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Welcome to The Ormond Beach Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center. Visitors and residents can get information on businesses, area information, maps, Real Estate Brochures, newspapers, tourism publications, and Economic Development information. For more information contact email@example.com
Address 165 W. Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach, FL 32174
Phone: 386-677-3454 / Fax: 386-677-4363
Chamber hours: Monday – Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm (closed for Holidays and special events)
Mission Statement: To serve the community by advocating for businesses, developing leaders and promoting economic growth.
Values: Branding, Relevance, Advocacy, Leadership and Support
Advocacy– The chamber created a Government Affairs committee in 2017. This committee takes a proactive approach in addressing local and state issues important to the chamber’s mission, our membership and business community. This committee works to understand issues of interest to the businesses in Ormond Beach and Volusia County area. The committee works to educate and communicate issues to the chamber members and community leaders.
Ambassador Committee - The Ambassador role is to connect with new Chamber members to help navigate the opportunities within the Chamber and to help advise on the best ways to get engaged and meet their goals for joining. Ambassadors are the face of the Chamber for many new members and are responsible for a large portion of the touch points between the Chamber and the member. As such, it is crucial that Ambassadors have experience navigating the Chamber’s workings and are actively engaged in their own Chamber membership. It is also important that they understand the responsibility of representing the Chamber properly, have a realistic understanding of the time needed to do so, and are recognized and rewarded for their efforts. For more information on becoming an ambassador contact Jeff Hill, Membership Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
Networking Groups- The main activity of the Networking Groups is lead generation and exchange for the purpose of generating new business to help increase customer base and sales. Each group permits only one firm per business classification to maximize the effectiveness of the lead. All information obtained from the participation in the meetings shall remain protected and confidential to that group. This is a member only benefit. Contact Jeff Hill Jeff@ormondchamber.com to see if there are open positions in the groups. Four groups meet weekly:
Net Group I – Tuesday mornings at 7:30 am, in the Chamber Board room
Net Group II– Wednesdays at Noon, in the Chamber Board room
Net Group III – Tuesdays at Noon, in the Chamber Board room
Net Group IV– Wednesday mornings at 8:30 am (except the 2nd Wednesday of the month), in the Chamber Board room
Beautification Committee– The purpose is to review the community image and assist in improving the community while recognizing the work of others through an approved Awards program. The committee is charged with the purpose of promoting community through pride among the residents and businesses. The committee recognizes winners 3 times a year, Spring, Fall and Holidays.
Leadership Committee– the purpose is to organize and plan the Annual Ormond Beach Leadership curriculum and coordinate all activities and volunteers for each class. The program accepts 25-30 business leaders each year. You must be an Ormond Beach Leadership Alumni to participate in this committee.
Golf Committee– Works with Event Manager at the chamber to organize and plan the Annual Mayor’s Golf tournament. This event is held during the month of April. The chamber has hosted a golf tournament for 50 years.
Casino Night Committee- This annual fundraiser is designed for fellowship with other businesses to create a social atmosphere for networking and showcasing chamber members. The event features gaming tables with fake money, silent auction and entertainment. The committee works along side the Event manager to plan the event. Hosted in August and features different themes.
King of the Grill Committee– this is the largest event the chamber does as a fundraiser. This event was designed to promote chamber members and create a community family fun event revolved around grilling contest. The event features a Kids Zone, TV tents with College games and grilling contests for both amateurs and professionals. Held annually in the September.
If you are interested in working on any of the event committees contact Casey Epton Roush at email@example.com.
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