The Grand Island Chamber, in partnership with over 740 members, creates a formidable alliance when dealing with issues on the local, regional and statewide level. Issues that affect how we do business—how we participate in a global economy—and how we plan for a bright future. By becoming a partner with the Grand Island Chamber, the business community can speak with one voice on each level to ensure our continued prosperity.
To become a member, please fill out the partnership application form as well as the internet listing form, completely, and press submit. Our staff will be in touch with you when your completed form is received.
Thank you for recognizing the value of a strong business community. We look forward to a long relationship, one that we believe you will find both beneficial for your business and rewarding for you.
The Grand Island Chamber—Direction for Business
"The Grand Island Chamber is working aggressively with area business leaders to address the declining employment base and the low unemployment rate in the area. As a manufacturer that has only been in Grand Island a few years, we understand how critical the availability of qualified employees is to attracting new and retaining current manufacturing companies.We are well aware of the difficulty in finding employees with success skills, not only technical, such as welding and CNC machine operators, but also, team work, dependability and good work ethics. These skills are critical to the success of our company and other area manufacturing companies.The Grand Island Chamber has been a real leader in working with area business leaders to address current employment issues."
Ray Saunders, Standard Iron
“I was new to Grand Island right out of college; Young Professionals instantly appealed to me as a way to meet new people, and looking back, has far exceeded my expectations. Not only have I met many great people, but YP has provided me countless learning opportunities with other community leaders and enabled me to grow within my profession and community, both personally and professionally. I attribute many of my new Grand Island “roots” to Young Professionals! So Thank you!”
“BAH was a great experience for Computer Hardware as well as our employees. The turnout was fantastic, with over 80 + people in attendance. We have seen a boost in our traffic and have built standing relationships with many companies in Grand Island.”
Gavin Raitt, Computer Hardware, hosted BAH January 2013.