The Hamburg Chamber of Commerce works with local business, the community, and government to help Hamburg grow and prosper. Since 1927, the primarily volunteer businessmen and women of the Chamber have been serving the Town of Hamburg and its incorporated villages of Blasdell and Hamburg.
The Chamber is a private, not-for-profit business membership association that is supportive but independent of other local and national chambers. It is an action agency designed to meet business and community needs and relies on a voluntary organization of businesses banding together to advance all sectors of interest within the community. These interests include commercial, financial, industrial, and civic interests of the area. Furthermore, the Chamber is a civic clearinghouse, a public relations counselor and a legislative advocate at the local, state and national levels of government as well as a research and promotional medium to all those involved.
The variety of activities the Hamburg Chamber provides is virtually unlimited, depending on the needs and desires of the members and community and the ability of the Chamber to meet those needs. Essentially, the Chamber strives to create and maintain an effective balance and relationship between the business community and the general community as well as the local government. Any efforts that satisfy this goal are possible undertakings of the Hamburg Chamber.
The Chamber seeks to ensure that our area offers character, diversity, and selection in business and community-wide opportunities. The Chamber also works to continuously promote Hamburg and local business through an active Tourism committee that strives to bring tourism tax dollars in to our community. Additionally the Chamber Government Relations Committee is on the forefront of numerous legislative activities that impact the ability of our members to prosper.
The Hamburg Chamber of Commerce serves as the voice for success of the local business community, gathering the support of many to speak as one.