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Sarah Watts's avatar
Feb 21, 2017
On behalf of our Partners In Progress initiative, here are some immediate opportunities to serve local students and residents. 
Sarah Watts's avatar
Feb 21, 2017
We are pleased to once again partner with Arizona State University to host the Career Shadowing and Mentorship Program! We could use your help to identify professionals who would be willing to mentor students for a total of 20 hours over the next several weeks.
Sarah Watts's avatar
Feb 02, 2017
Thanks to all who sponsored, donated to, and attend our 4th Annual Chinese Auction Benefit Dinner!
Sarah Watts's avatar
Jan 11, 2017
A survey conducted in mid-December on behalf of Expect More Arizona affirms that education is still the most pressing issue on the minds of Arizona voters, above immigration and the economy.
Sarah Watts's avatar
Nov 01, 2016
These pre-order polo shirts will have design on front left size and are available in Mens and Ladies sizes. Ladies polos are V-neck style. Pre-orders will be accepted up until November 15, 2016 and must be picked up at Gilbert Chamber of Commerce offices; 119 N. Gilbert Rd. once you are notified the polo shirts are ready for pickup.
Sarah Watts's avatar
Sep 26, 2016
We are thrilled to recognize the following members for their continued support of the Gilbert Chamber.  Please look for the 2016-17 window decal at these businesses and be sure to thank them for their support in fostering a healthy and sustainable business climate here in Gilbert.
Sarah Watts's avatar
Aug 31, 2016
Gilbert Leadership, a program of the Gilbert Chamber of Commerce, has named 27 members to this year’s class as the program continues to raise awareness of community concerns by helping leaders identify opportunities to serve the Town of Gilbert. The following individuals have been chosen for Gilbert Leadership Class XXV:
Kathy Tilque's avatar
Jun 28, 2016
As I reflect on the past 20 years as president and CEO of the Gilbert Chamber of Commerce the first word that comes to mind is “growth”.  When I joined the staff of the Gilbert Chamber in 1991, our chamber was small with only 250 businesses.  Our town was small, too, with a population of just 27,000. I remember there being no store within the town where I could buy a pair of shoes!
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