What does the Grandville Jenison Chamber of Commerce do?
The mission of the Grandville Jenison Chamber is fostering business development and promoting business expansion through community connections. We strive to achieve this by being a central force in the greater community and a place where local businesses can access resources and interact with other members of the business community.
Is the Chamber of Commerce a part of local government?
The Chamber is a voluntary, not-for-profit organization of business and professional people dedicated to the economic well-being of our community. The Chamber is not a department of local government.
Who do you serve?
The Grandville Jenison Chamber of Commerce serves business leaders and residents in the Grandville Jenison Community as well as those who do business in the area.
How can I get involved?
The Grandville Jenison Chamber of Commerce has committees made up of volunteer members.
Do you have chamber members that are not Grandville Jenison based businesses?
Yes, there are numerous businesses that may not be based in Grandville or Jenison, but choose to support the community in which they do business by belonging to the Grandville Jenison Chamber of Commerce.
I would like to let my customers and vendors know I am a member of the Grandville Jenison Chamber of Commerce. Can I use the Chamber’s logo on my letterhead and business cards?
You are encouraged to show the pride you have in your membership by using the Chamber’s logo on your printed materials and on your website. Upon request, the Chamber will provide a digital file or hard copy of the official version of the Chamber’s logo.
Who can attend Chamber events?
Many of our events are open to members and non-members guests, with non-members paying a higher registration fee. Members are welcome to bring a guest to member only events by making arrangements ahead of time.
Who can be a member of the Chamber?
Any Legal Business – The mission of the Grandville Jenison Chamber is to foster business development and promote business expansion through community connections. Chambers of Commerce follow anti-discrimination laws and cannot discriminate against any legal business that wants to join the Chamber.