In celebration of Chamber of Commerce Week in Illinois, the Elmhurst Chamber of Commerce & Industry is sponsoring a month of networking, educational and special events, as well as staging our annual new member recruitment campaign.
At the request of the Illinois Chamber of Commerce, Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner has proclaimed September 14-18 as Chamber of Commerce Week in Illinois.
Elmhurst Mayor Steve Morley has issued a Mayoral Proclamation declaring September 14-18 as Chamber of Commerce Week in Elmhurst.
Established in 1918, the Elmhurst Chamber is a voluntary organization of business and professional men and women who have joined together for the purpose of to promoting an environment that creates success for local businesses and our community.
The Chamber also serves the needs of its members through services, programs and events that provide opportunities for networking and referral, business education, development and promotion, governmental representation and community involvement.
“With some 600 members, the Elmhurst Chamber is the largest organization representing the interests of our businesses, and promoting commerce and industry throughout our community,” said John Quigley, Chamber President and CEO since 1999.
The Chamber’s new member campaign, which runs through September, features a 16-month membership (good through 2016) at the annual investment level. Chamber membership starts at $300 per year for businesses with one or two employees, plus a $25 registration fee. New members can pay their Chamber dues via a monthly direct debit program.
For more information, contact the Chamber office by phone at 630-834-6060 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
During September, Elmhurst will sponsor its annual Membership Breakfast/Open House on September 11 and Second Annual Pig Roast at the Silverado Grill on September 29.