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This chart helps the Chamber determine what to do when individuals and businesses contact them about an advocacy-related issue. It ensures that issues are filtered and addressed properly each time.
The Capital Region Chamber's 2018 Business Advocacy Resource Guide includes the Chamber's advocacy agenda priorities and key issues.
2017 Chamber of the Year, Category 2 Winner
The Paducah Area Chamber advocated with the U.S. Department of Energy after the community's largest and longest-standing employer, the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant, ceased operations. The Chamber's focus was ensuring adequate funding to maintain these highly skilled employees, protecting our local environment, and confirming future contracts for longer terms.
2017 Chamber of the Year, State/Province Category Winner
The Government Affairs Council is a program dedicated to achieving the policy objectives of the Georgia Chamber at the state and federal levels, and serves as the chief advocacy arm of our membership and all Georgia businesses.
This three-year advocacy plan outlines how the Chamber will help expand Cayman's economic opportunities and improve the business climate.
2017 ACE: Award of Excellence
This infographic was created to communicate how membership investment equates to success for policy and advocacy.
2017 ACE: Grand Award; Best in Show
The Portland Business Alliance launched a public advocacy campaign deemed "Portland can do better" targeting city officials and calling for solutions to the city's homelessness crisis.
The Columbia Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors adopts the guiding principles outlined in this document to sharpen and expedite action on our business advocacy agenda.
This document contains the guiding principles for the Temple Chamber's public policy council.
The Richland Area Chamber uses this test to prudently evaluate if they will actively participate as an advocate of a particular policy position. This sample was provided by Jodie Perry, CEO at the Richland Area Chamber in OH. Jodie calls this their "test for relevance" and learned of this from the Northern Kentucky Chamber and borrowed from their model.