The Mini-cassia Chamber of Commerce has several committees focused on benefiting the chamber membership and the local community!
The Mini-Cassia Ambassadors is a permanent committee of the Mini-Cassia Chamber of commerce that acts as the publicity and public relations arm of the chamber. This committee organizes ribbon cuttings and Business After Hours. This committee is committed to member retention and recruitment and they act as the Membership Committee, assisting the Chamber Membership Director with member recruitment activities.
This committee was formed with an interest in all phases of business and economic development, including, but not limited to, employee development, workforce development and enhancing area pride by pursuing and developing campaigns, programs, seminars and opportunities that reflect the positive image of the business community. They have also formed a sub-committee that will focus on local business retention and expansion.
This committee was formed to help bridge the gap between area businesses and the educators. They will implement and maintain an Educator Externship Program and work with area schools as needed to develop programs that will allow our area youth insight into the jobs and opportunities that are available in our area.
The main objective for this committee is to keep state and local governments aware of issues that affect the Mini-Cassia Business community. They work hand-in-hand with the legislators, the cities and the counties to protect the interest of our area businesses. They are also involved with the Idaho Chamber Alliance and participate in meetings and phone calls as necessary.
This Committee was formed to assist with the annual events the Chamber hosts throughout the year. They help develop ideas to create better events and help promote existing ones. They also help to promote the area and they work closely with the Tourism committee.
This committee works with the media to increase member and community awareness of the Chamber and actively promote other Chamber committee activities. They also look at how to bring travelers off the interstate so they can experience the “Snake River Plain” first hand. They will also compile an annual report.