Programs and Benefits of Membership Our members are partners in this community-based organization dedicated to making Pullman a better place to live, work and do business.
CHAMBER STAFF Marie Dymkoski, Executive Director Kimberly Marshall, Office Manager Carol Cooper, Tourism Director Britnee Packwood, Event Coordinator and Festival Director
Pullman Chamber of Commerce
Pullman business referrals Visitor and relocation information Events calendar
BROCHURES Camping on the Palouse Downtown Retail Map Pullman City Map & WSU Campus Map Pullman Activities Guide Pullman Trails & Pathways Palouse Country Loop Tour Family Friendly Palouse Palouse Scenic Byway Volunteering Walk of Fame Restaurants 21 & Over Photography Hot Spots Pullman, A Walking Tour Website: pullmanchamber.com includes membership directory by name and category, demographic information, ‘Hotel & Motel Availability’ reports for busy weekends.
Per month – 64,753 page views Per year 253,313 page views Events in 2017: General Membership Luncheons, Cabaret March 25th, Poster Unveiling and Wine/Brew/Lentil Tasting June, Fourth of July, National Lentil Festival August 18-19, 2017 Chocolate Decadence November 9th, Annual Banquet, Holiday Fest December 2nd, and Chamber Holiday Party
2016 CHAMBER AWARDS Chamber Member of the Year – Bill Skavdahl Marshall A. Neill Community Service – Linda Mittlehammer Civic Improvement – WSU’s Center for Civic Engagement Chamber Hall of Fame Modern Category – Pat Wright Chamber Hall of Fame Historical Category – Ken Vogel Advocacy: The Pullman Chamber of Commerce is your voice to government in Pullman, Olympia and Washington D.C. We concern ourselves with issues that impact business and the livability of the Pullman community at large. We work closely with city and county officials as well as our state legislators. We are currently part of a Grassroots Alliance with the Association of Washington Business. When you join the Pullman Chamber of Commerce you are being heard. Networking: The Pullman Chamber of Commerce provides numerous opportunities to meet other business leaders in our community. General Membership Luncheons: Normally scheduled the second Tuesday of each month from 12 –1 p.m., these catered events are opportunities to network with other business leaders, learn about the Pullman community in general, or learn about current business issues. Business After-Hours: These events provide opportunities for host businesses to show off their facilities and products, as well as an informal time of socializing and “catching up with your fellow Chamber members.” Food and beverages are provided by the host business. Chamber Website & Directory: The Pullman Chamber of Commerce website contains a full directory of our members including business name, address, phone number, and web link. The companion printed directory within this Activities Guide also includes community profile information. Over 15,000 copies are distributed yearly. Members are listed alphabetically, as well as by business category. Our website receives thousands of hits a month, increasing the visibility of our member businesses. Chamber Email News: This weekly email keeps members up to date about various Chamber activities and projects, area workshops and events that would be useful to our members. Online Events Calendar: Members and nonmembers may post upcoming events on our online calendar, which is viewed and utilized by several other agencies to determine what is happening locally. Pullman Community Update: Members may submit information about their business for inclusion on the Chamber pages of the Pullman Community Update. This newspaper is sent to more than 15,000+ city residents. Showcase new product lines, business changes, and your upcoming events. Information must be supplied 30 days in advance of the month you wish to have your information appear. Contact the Chamber for details.
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Pullman Activities Guide 2017