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Chamber of Commerce

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The mission of the Creve Coeur-Olivette Chamber of Commerce is to serve as an advocate for business. The Chamber is the voice of the business community and acts as a liaison between business and government. It studies, informs, monitors and takes action on issues that impact businesses as well as commercial and residential property owners.

The Chamber is funded entirely by its membership and its activities. It promotes the quality of life of the community through its publications, website, events and programs, keeping businesses and residents involved and committed to improving the cities and the surrounding communities.

As part of its commitment to the residential as well as business community, the Chamber hosts public forums to educate and share information on important issues. Complimentary breakfast meetings provide a forum for citizens to meet candidates running in local county, state and national elections.

The Chamber partners with both cities to address business issues. The Chamber also welcomes new businesses to the community and sponsors programs and events where businesses can network and grow. It encourages interaction and trade between local businesses and provides opportunities for members to promote their products and services through a series of networking luncheons, leads groups, breakfast meetings, business-to-business after hours, business expos, open houses and ribbon cutting ceremonies.

The Chamber is represented on the Economic Development Commission of both the City of Creve Coeur and the City of Olivette, and offers counsel and advice on issues that impact its constituents.

Businesses and residents are also invited to participate in Chamber events including an expo, corporate golf challenge and an annual auction. Businesses interested in learning more about the opportunity to become a Chamber member may call the Chamber at 314-569-3536 or visit the Chamber website at www.ccochamber.com.

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