The Grandview Area Chamber is responsible for many of the successful programs in the community, and we take great pride in our ability to pool resources to accomplish what we might not otherwise be able to do individually. Each committee, chaired by a member of the Board of Directors, gives members an opportunity to best apply their time, talent or treasure to help meet the needs of the business community. For more information about any of these committees, please contact the Executive Director (insert email hyperlink here).
Advocacy & Public Policy Committee
Monitors and provides feedback regarding local, state and federal legislative issues that affect area businesses, and works with public officials to foster a positive pro-business climate in the area.
Program Development Committee
Maintains and develops programs and events that involve the community and generate revenue. Programs and events include monthly luncheons and breakfasts, member benefit orientation meetings, the Chamber/Tri-Village Lions golf outing partnership, and The Taste Of Grandview Heights.
Economic Development Committee
Engages in activities which affect the economic climate of the area, including attracting new businesses, fosters business retention and growth, and promotes workforce/career development in schools. Works with the City’s Economic Development Director and representatives from other municipalities.
Marketing, Communications & Public Relations Committee
Markets the Chamber to existing and potential members and the community at large through publications such as the Chamber newsletter, the website, and the development of media relations (press releases, stories in newspapers and other publications). Responsible for the creation of marketing materials that help the Member Relations Committee attract new members and retain existing members.
Member Relations Committee
Focuses on membership retention and recruitment; delivery of existing benefits to members and development of new benefits based upon member demand. This committee has three sub-committees: Member Benefits, Member Retention, and the Ambassador Program, which serves to welcome new members.