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Plymouth Chamber Committees

You are invited to join a committee...

The Chamber is looking for volunteers for our committees. Below is a short description of each. If you, or someone from your company, is interested please email the Chamber. or call 574.936.2323

Ambassador's & Membership Committee

Focus: Reaching out to Chamber members, by inviting new members, ribbon cuttings, Business After Hours, providing members with chamber information. The Rock of Gold and Market Place of Ideas have come out of this committee. This committee meets at noon on the 1st Thursday of the month at a different restaurant each month.

Events & Public Relations Committee

Focus: Plan Member Events such as Business & Community Expo, sidewalk sales and downtown merchants Trick or Treat. Chair and co-chair of this committee collect information and feedback through surveys and face-to-face visits. This committee meets upon request.

Business & Organizational Development Committee

The Business & Organizational Development Committee provides education and training programs for business owners, managers, organization leaders and support staff, and supports the efforts of other community organizations involved in business assistance. The overall goal is to enhance the operational effectiveness of its members in order for them to achieve a higher level of profitability, growth and capacity. To achieve this goal, the Chamber provides and supports membership-driven, effective, affordable, and timely educational programs. This committee meets when needed but communicates mostly by e-mail.

Legislative Committee

This committee is responsible for monitoring, evaluating and helping to formulate legislative issues, holds forums with local and state governmental officials, evaluates ballot issues that affect local businesses and the community and makes recommendations to the Chamber Board for endorsements. It helps to develop policy on issues, legislation, regulations and other governmental actions that affect the membership and the community.