Visit The Lamoille Chamber of Commerce at 92 Lower Main Street in Morrisville, Vermont.
It is the mission of the Lamoille Region Chamber of Commerce to be the community’s leading business organization representing its membership in the preservation of economic, agricultural, cultural, and recreational excellence. The organization proudly serves 225 members within Lamoille County which encompasses the communities of Stowe, Smugglers’ Notch, Morrisville, Jeffersonville, Cambridge, Waterville, Belvidere, Eden, Johnson, Hyde Park, Elmore and Wolcott. We represent 53 business categories and 22 communities in Lamoille County … and that number is growing.
NETWORKING AND EVENTS
The Lamoille Region Chamber of Commerce offers many opportunities for its members to network. It hosts monthly mixers, Legislastive Breakfasts, and a new monthly initiative called Eggs and Issues. It hosts three major fundraising events per year: The Annual Membership Dinner and Celebration; Wack-a-Doo Golf Event; and the Fall Harvest “Amazin’ Grazin'” event. The Chamber’s weekly E-news is sent to 225 Chamber members plus an additional 600 friends.
COMMITTEES AND COMMUNITY BOARDS
Membership, Events, Government Relations, Leadership Lamoille, Finance, Nominating, Executive are committees staffed by Chamber personnel and volunteers. It offers a social network through Facebook. The Chamber staff attends community meetings and events to support local and regional initiatives. The Executive Director serves on several local Boards, i.e., the Workforce Investment Board (WIB), Community Health Services of Lamoille County, Advisory Board at Copley Hospital, Morristown Alliance for Commerce and Cultural, and is a member of both the Stowe Rotary Club and the Morrisville Rotary Club, and is a member of the Friends of the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail organization. This is a sampling of the Chamber’s involvement in, and commitment to, the Lamoille Region community.
VERMONT HEALTH CONNECT
The Executive Director is a Certified Navigator with the Vermont Health Connect program allowing her to assist any Vermonter (or Vermont small business) in need of health insurance through the Vermont Health Exchange. She is also a graduate of the United States Chamber of Commerce Institute of Organizational Management, University of Notre Dame, class of 2001.
The Chamber is non-partisan and not affiliated with any political party; it is neither financed nor indebted to any local, State or Federal government agency. Its goal is to work with community leaders and support a business-friendly environment that will grow economic development, economic vitality, and the quality of life within Lamoille County and the surrounding area.
Founded in 1988, the Lamoille Region Chamber of Commerce continues to be committed to its mission to be the community’s leading business organization representing its memembehip in the preservation of economic, agricultural, cultural and recreational excellence in the Lamoille Region community.