Ambassadors CommitteeMembers of the Ambassadors Committee volunteer their time throughout the year as goodwill ambassadors for the Springfield Regional Chamber. Ambassadors partner with Chamber members on an ongoing basis as new members join the Chamber to ensure that the Chamber is meeting the needs of all its members.
As well, ambassadors organize and participate in the monthly After 5 and Business@Breakfast events. The Business@Breakfast events pay tribute to individuals, business firms and organizations for their major contributions to civic and economic growth, and for actions which reflect honor on the Greater Springfield region. After 5 events offer an oportuntiy to network in a casual, after-hours atmosphere. Both events provides increased marketing exposure to member businesses through sponsorship or networking at the event.
Committee members meet throughout the year on the second Wednesday of each month. Ambassadors must be members of the Springfield Regional Chamber. For information on the Ambassadors Committee, contact Jeff Lomma at (413) 755-1313 or email@example.com.
Membership CommitteeThe Membership Committee sets policy, strategy and direction for recruitment of new Chamber members and retention of existing Chamber members in an effort to create a larger, stronger and more viable business organization.
Legislative Steering CommitteeIt is the legislative policy of the Springfield Regional Chamber to not only be reactive but be proactive in the federal, state and local political arenas. The Legislative Steering Committee identifies those issues of major concern to the business community, researches the issues and recommends positions on them. The Committee is also charged with educating members on these issues, soliciting member support and encouraging elected officials to adopt the Chamber's position. This Committee also serves as the legislative arm of the East of the River Five Town Chamber fo Commerce.
Committee members meet throughout the year on the second Friday of each month. For information on the Legislative Steering Committee, contact Nancy Creed at (413) 755-1309 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Golf Tournament CommitteeThe Golf Tournament Committee produces the Springfield Regional Chamber's golf tournament held in July each year - a sold out event with a full field participating.
Committee members meet once a month from the startc of the calendar year through July. Members recruit sponsors, foursomes and volunteer during the tournament in a variety of capacities. For information on the Golf Tournament Committee, contact t (413) 755-1310 or email@example.com.
Professional Women's ChamberThe Professional Women's Chamber, is a division of the Springfield Regional Chamber, and promotes the status of women within the Chamber and in the business community at-large. It provides leadership opportunities, fosters business relationships among its members and ensures the involvement of women in current business, economic and community issues.
The Professional Women's Chamber hosts luncheons and networking events featuring engaging speakers and topics, offering members the opportunities for marketing exposure as well as the chance for members to meet and network. The PWC also hosts the annual Professional Women's Chamber Tabletop Expo and the prestigious Woman of the Year banquet.
A schedule of the Professional Women's Chamber events is available on our Events Calendar. For information on the sponsorship opportunities available to Professional Women's Chamber members, contact (413) 755-1310 or PWCevents@springfieldregionalchamber.com.