What Does the Chamber Do?
Chambers have traditionally been the information agency of a community, maintaining facts, data, maps, and answering inquiries of all types, whether by personal interview, telephone, or mail from residents and visitors. The Chamber represents and promotes the area's economy and encourage business and industrial investment. To prospective business and newcomers, the Chamber represents the community's front door.
Who Finances the Chamber?
The Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary organization. Chamber costs and operating expenses are apportioned among its members who represent all types of businesses. All share in a mutual desire to achieve a better community for all citizens, thus making Chamber membership a tangible investment in the present and future welfare of both the individual and the community.
You and the Chamber of Commerce
simply being a dues paying member of the Chamber of Commerce, you
help to achieve the Chamber's goals. However, your participation in
committees and assisting in special events helps you establish
contacts throughout the business and private community and is
mutually beneficial. Not everyone can devote time to work on special
events; but any resource contributed makes a big difference and is
greatly appreciated. Your business comes first; we understand and
support that. Even if you cannot attend every meeting or can only
serve on an occasional project, your membership and contributions
are still valued.