All members are welcome to get involved in all of our committees. We have an array of monthly meetings for you to attend.
By becoming an Ambassador, you make a commitment to the Chamber, your company and your fellow members, to make the Chamber an organization of which we can all be proud of.
Ambassadors are the official "meeters and greeters" for the Chamber. They handle a variety of duties at all regular and special events including: Networking Breakfasts, the Annual Village Venture Arts & Crafts Faire and Ribbon Cuttings.
An Ambassador must be a Chamber member in good standing for at least 2 months, and attend Breakfasts, Ribbon Cuttings and Special events.
Meetings are held every third Monday of every month at noon in the Chamber Boardroom.
Cindy Rainey | Rotary Club of Claremont-Sunrise
Claremont Chamber Young Professionals (CYP)
The Claremont Chamber Young Professionals (CYP) targets the young and talented current Chamber Members. CYP exists to strengthen the vitality of Claremont and surrounding areas by providing a network of professional development and social opportunities. If your Chamber business has young entrepreneurs under 40, inquire with the Claremont Chamber as to how they can be a part of this energetic group.
Networking events will be held quarterly as well as annual bowling fundraiser.
E-mail email@example.com for more information.
Benjamin Fox | ISN Global Enterprises, Inc.
Joey Medeiros | Nuno's Bistro and Bar
Marketing/PR aims to reach out to and partner with Claremont businesses and the City of Claremont to increase business visibility and activity. Identify grouping for community business to support and promote the activities of one another. Identify activities designed to draw customers to business centers.
Meets every second Thursday from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm, at the Chamber Office.
Bruno Windegger | Saca's Mediterranean Cuisine
Governmental Relations & Economic Development Committee
Governmental Relations aims to identify and keep effective action on legislation, both enacted and proposed, which impacts members. Keep membership informed of current and pending legislation and effectively communicate Chamber positions on legislative issues.
Create a public policy platform which would enable the Governmental Relations Committee to take positions on business issues in a more timely manner.
Be proactive, not reactive, in regards to local, state and federal legislation that has an impact on business in Claremont.
Develop a stronger relationship with our local legislators so that we can give our members a voice in these issues.
The Economic Development committee’s mission is to assist the City of Claremont in business retention, education and recruitment.
Meets every third Tuesday from 7:30am until 9:00 am at the Chamber office.
John Howland | Buxbaum & Chakmak Attorney at Law