The Belvidere Area Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary organization of business and professional men and women who have joined together for the purpose of promoting the civic and commercial progress of our community. The area?s economic well-being is related directly to the caliber of work that is done by the Chamber. That is why the Belvidere Area Chamber has a major impact on business, income and future growth of the area.
Quincy Area Chamber of Commerce Bruce Guthrie
President & CEO 300 Civic Center Plaza, Suite 245 Quincy, IL 62301-4139 Visit our Website 217-222-7980
We represent the region's business community, comprising 70+ zip codes in multiple communities. We advocate pro-business initiatives on a state and local level. We drive economic prosperity by promoting a thriving business climate, geographical preference and demographic diversity of our region.
The Mendota Chamber of Commerce, established in 1945, is a not-for-profit organization of businesses representing industry, retail, service, professionals, and agriculture in partnership with tourism and government to further promote economic growth and quality of life in Mendota. The strength of the Chamber lies in the active involvement of its membership. Both large and small businesses are represented and influence the direction of the organization.
Sponsoring community events and promoting tourism such as Mendota's Annual Sweet Corn Festival (one of the largest harvest festivals in the Midwest), annually attracting more than 60,000 visitors to Mendota is also an important role of the Chamber. The Chamber office organizes the hundreds of volunteers necessary for this and other smaller events during the year.
Sullivan Chamber & Economic Development Laurrie Minor
Executive Director 101 E. Jefferson Street PO Box 234 Sullivan, IL 61951 Visit our Website 217-728-4223
The Geneseo Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to advancing and retaining commerce, industry, agriculture, and quality of life in the City of Geneseo and surrounding area. It works to help Geneseo achieve its fullest potential by providing continuous and effective leadership. Its strength lies in the active involvement of its membership. Both large and small businesses, from virtually every profession, are represented and influence the direction of the organization.
The Geneseo Chamber of Commerce is committee driven. The members comprise the organization. The more members in the Chamber, the better it can represent the business community, for it accomplishes collectively what no one business could do alone. The Geneseo Chamber of Commerce has more than 180 members and a staff to provide guidance and continuity to the overall programs.
The Geneseo Chamber of Commerce works for you. We exist to help our businesses succeed and grow by being:
A Business Partner?staffed with professional business people who work diligently for you on committees and task forces; people who know your business.
A Watchful Eye?keeping a watch on decisions affecting you and your business, and watching to maintain the high quality of the Geneseo area.
Another Voice?representing your views on issues at the local and national governmental level.
A Marketing Tool?promoting your business through business networking and membership publications and programs.
The Front Door?of our community where visitors, newcomers and prospective developers receive their first impression of our area.
An Information Resource?developing information, answering inquiries and preparing factual data and statistics that tell the story of Geneseo.
Arlington Heights Chamber of Commerce Jon Ridler
Executive Director 3400 West Stonegate Blvd. Suite 103 Arlington Heights, IL 60005 Visit our Website 847-253-1703
The LGBT Chamber of Commerce of Illinois serves as the premier voice for nearly 50,000 LGBTQ+ business owners across Illinois. Our services provide this community with access to networking, marketing, professional development, and access the LGBT Business Enterprise certification.
Greater Wheeling Area Chamber of Commerce and Industry Mike Putz