Chamber of Commerce

The Havana Area Chamber of Commerce is an organization of business owners and community leaders who work together to support and to advocate for the business community, promote local tourism and sponsor events to enhance the community and businesses we represent.   Our objectives are to promote businesses and business events, promote and facilitate networking opportunities, to provide and facilitate continuing education and learning opportunities, and to promote our local businesses through tourism and enhance economic development and commerce.

The Havana Area Chamber of Commerce is made up of twelve Board Members.

Dan GriffinDan Griffin

President


Chris Troxell

Vice-President

Stephanie Howerter

Secretary
Todd Schaeffer

Todd Schaeffer

Co-Treasurer
Josh Peterson

Josh Peterson

Co-Treasurer

April BurgettApril Burgett

Roberta CliftonRoberta Clifton

Casey FerreeCasey Ferree

Lisa FriedrichLisa Friedrich

Brenda HaareBrenda Haare

Amy LaneAmy Lane

Jeannie StockhamJeannie Stockham

For more information on becoming a member of the Havana Area Chamber of Commerce and for applications, please contact the chamber through email at: havanachamber@gmail.com.

Why I Belong to the Chamber of Commerce

Because I have a business stake in this community which can best be safeguarded by working with others through the Chamber of Commerce to protect and advance all businesses.  I help ensure this community’s progress which in turn ensures the success of my business.  It is only fair for me to support the Chamber since I reap benefits through the concerted planning, counsel and action that is best obtained through the work of the Chamber of Commerce.

Because I believe that the individual who helps his community through active participation in the work of the Chamber of Commerce will develop his power and broaden his own views.

Because through the Chamber of Commerce I can best discharge my obligations to this community.  I realize every man owes a debt to the community that cannot be paid in taxes – a debt of personal service.

Because the Chamber of Commerce cannot carry out its broad program of work to promote and advance business without personal service and adequate financial support from its business members and members of the community.

Because the Chamber of Commerce unifies the public spirit of my community and directs it to useful and constructive channels.

Because the most effective constructive influence is the force of organized business functioning through the Chamber of Commerce for community betterment and advancement of the member businesses and organizations through partnerships and common goals.

For additional information on all Havana has to offer, including shopping, dining, drinks, lodging, recreation, natural resources and exciting events and activities, please visit: www.historichavanaillinois.com.

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