Centuries ago, Chambers of Commerce formed all over the world to create localized opportunities for traders, merchants, industrialists, and craftsmen to successfully tackle common business challenges through collective problem-solving and representation.
Public agencies, witnessing the power of these grassroots organizations, sat up and took notice and now hundreds of years later, in spite of constantly evolving economies and industries, Chambers still command the attention of local governments. Why? Because organizations made up entirely of people who consistently invest their time and energy in the success and sustainability of the local business community are worth listening to. You are worth listening to.
Running an effective Chamber of Commerce takes the hard work and dedication of a strong Board of Directors, Staff and volunteer base. Click on the links, left, to learn more about our 2013 Board of Directors, Ambassadors and Chamber Staff members.