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ABOUT THE CHAMBER

In the early 1980’s a growing Brazoria economy was met with the need for a local Chamber of Commerce. The Brazoria Chamber of Commerce was incorporated in March of 1984 with some of Brazoria’s finest citizens leading the way including: Chamber President George Cleveland, Vice President Jeffrey Bendit, Treasurer George Lunsford, Secretary Janet Parker, Judy Gifford, Floyd Scott, Lynn Gillespie, Charlie Scott and Ronald Stewart.

Since its inception in 1984, the Brazoria Chamber of Commerce has played a vital role to provide vision and leadership to enhance the quality of life for businesses and individuals in the community. The Brazoria Chamber is in Business for Business. Through the Chamber businesses can take effective action through the community. The Chamber provides networking through network lunches and committees as well as community involvement through events and other activities.

The Brazoria Chamber has been sustaining and improving economic and community vitality for many years. With over 150 members, the Chamber is comprised of individuals and businesses who want to achieve this goal. Along with local government and civic organizations, the Chamber promotes and maintains a healthy business environment for all existing and new businesses.

Our Mission
The Brazoria Chamber of Commerce exists to promote, strengthen and provide resources to businesses and serve as the front door to the community.

Our Vision
Our vision is to be recognized as a responsible organization, providing significant value to its membership and the community by serving as the focal point for business and community development through a program of work.

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