The Chamber is organized to focus attention and initiate private sector action on the major issues affecting the economic well-being and quality of life in the area. As it is a private sector, non-profit organization supported largely by its members, membership investments and contributions provide the resources for Chamber programs. The Chamber has grown to more than 700 business members, four professional staff and several hundred volunteers. The Board of Directors establishes policies and programs carried out by the staff. The Chamber works through a number of committees with member volunteers participating who have a direct impact on Chamber positions and influence community actions.
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