I am a ColumbianThe Columbia Club is launching a new campaign to illustrate why membership matters. In an effort to build Club pride and drive membership, the new campaign is designed to showcase personal stories of why members have joined the Columbia Club.
And who better to tell that story than our members?
Each member has their own reason for joining – and we want to celebrate that diversity. Through monthly placements in the Indianapolis Business Journal print edition, along with corresponding digital elements on IBJ.com and other sites, selected members will share what encouraged them to join the Club. We will also share these stories and biographies of some of our staff on our social media channels and in The Columbian so you can get to know them better. If you have not already done so, I would encourage you to follow the Club on
Facebook (@TheColumbiaClub) and on Twitter (@ColumbiaClub_IN).
We are all proud of being Columbians. Now let’s allow others in the community know
why membership matters.
Service to community defines Captain Gregg Harris. As a 30-year veteran firefighter, what interested him three decades ago continues to drive him today. Passion for community guides his day-to-day. From fighting fires,to rowing crew, to spending time at the Columbia Club, Gregg understands that it matters to belong. A Past President of the Club and member for 30 years, he embraces the opportunity to give back to Indianapolis and spend time with fellow Columbians. Gregg belongs to the Club because he believes in community.
Stop by our next Prospective Members Reception on Wednesday, May 10, 2017. Please let Molly English, Membership Coordinator know if you plan on attending. She can be reached by phone at 317.761.7517, or email, firstname.lastname@example.org.