Our goal at the Sycamore Chamber of Commerce is to always be your business resource. We have entered a new and relatively uncharted territory regarding the discovery of COVID-19.
This is exactly the type of situation where we need to lean on each other for support, to mitigate the impact of the virus and its side-effects on your business, and to think forward to protect your long-term success.
Please go to our COVID-19 page for all updates, trusted sites, and links for current valuable information.
The Mission of our Business Advocacy (BAC) is to assist the Sycamore Chamber of Commerce in being a more strategic advocate for its members in order to strengthen the economic vitality of area businesses and to enhance the quality of life in the community.
The BAC is charged with reviewing key business issues, evaluating their merits, determining the potential impact to Chamber members and the community, developing positions on said issues and presenting positions on said issues to the Chamber Board for input and/or approval.
The BAC will strive to be proactive in its work by anticipating issues and conducting due diligence in advance of critical deadlines.
The goal of our issue advocacy is to help shape public policy decisions and/or public opinion on critical issues to the best interest of the membership in order to strengthen the economic vitality of area businesses and to enhance the quality of life in the community.
The 2020 Business Advocacy Committee
Kevin Buick with Foster Buick Attorneys at Law
Grant Goltz with First State Bank
Bob Hammon with Kishwaukee College Board of Trustee
Brandon Johnson with Tate & Lyle
Alan Zantout with Ideal Industries
Sally Bruch with Bruch Financial Services
RoseMarie Treml with Sycamore Chamber of Commerce