Candidates say they’ll
be on call, Oct. 22 1pm Thursday

 

Hear from some of the candidates seeking public office this Thursday,Oct. 22, at 1 p.m., when your Chamber and our friends at the Marana Chamber host a “free for all” ahead of the Nov. 3 election. Each candidate has 5 minutes of time, first-come, first-served.

We’llhope to ask a question or 2 from our guests during that time. To date, we have confirmation of participation from District 1 supervisor candidates Rex Scott and Steve Spain, Pima County Sheriff’s candidates Chris Nanos and Sheriff Mark Napier, District 11 Senate candidates Joanna Mendoza and Sen. Vince Leach, a proponent of the Pima Community College expenditure limitation proposal, and from “No on 207” regarding recreational marijuana. We’re awaiting word from others; email Kristen or Dave if you’re a candidate interested in being there. Or, register here to attend as a member of the public It’s free to attend. Do join us!

#DineOVAZ

Enter to win prizes by dining out at a local restaurant (dine-in or take-out), take a pic, and post to #DineOVAZ.

This month enter to win $25 Gift Card at Epazote and a One Night Stay at El Conquistador Tucson, A Hilton Resort.

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Effort aims to keep community, workers safe, business viable

 

  The Town of Oro Valley, in conjunction with the Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce, has launched OVSafeSteps, a business assistance program that can financially benefit local businesses struggling during the pandemic.
   With the understanding that a healthy community leads to a healthy economy, the program provides valuable resources while asking businesses and community members to comply with health guidelines with a pledge to keep Oro Valley safe, responsible and open.
   “OVSafeSteps was created to help our local businesses, and also to recognize that each of us has a role in reducing the spread of COVID-19. We need to work together and commit to responsible actions to move forward. This program will benefit businesses, and it will also benefit residents who are interested in supporting our businesses,” said Mayor Joe Winfield.

Join us, for an Annual Meeting Like No Other

If you didn’t get a chance to see it live, you can watch the recorded live event below.

Ladies and gentlemen,

On Aug. 27, your Chamber conducted its first-ever virtual Annual Meeting, hosted at The Post Workspaces on Oracle Road. We thanked outgoing board members, welcomed new board members, celebrated scholarship winners, interviewed key leaders at Roche Tissue Diagnostics and the UA College of Veterinary Medicine, and presented a special award at the program’s end. Please take a look

ShopOVAZ

Your Chamber and the Town of Oro Valley have teamed to create a new website, ShopOVAZ.com
This website, launched this week with a complete listing of Oro Valley restaurants, is intended to connect customers and merchants in our community.
It arises from the pandemic, and the need to help struggling businesses. It’s our intent, however, to make this a go-to meeting place for consumers and merchants for years to come.
Oro Valley businesses are listed on the site at no charge. To get your business on the site, please email information to anstarproductions@gmail.com or click on the “Get Listed” button at the upper right of the menu on the website.
Take a look at ShopOVAZ.com And, please, Shop OV!

Thank you for Shopping Oro Valley!

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  • Avatar Gerry Bolkcom ★★★★★ a year ago
    If you are in business in Tucson, there is no better bang for your buck than the Oro Valley Chamber. I have been networking with the good folks at The Chamber since 1993. Business growth over the years is directly tied to taking advantage … More of all The Chamber has to offer. Don't miss out.
  • Avatar John McCarrell ★★★★★ a year ago
    Very supportive and engaging organization! They are always checking in to see how they can be of service to grow our event and share it with the community!
  • Avatar julie enfield ★★★★★ a year ago
    The Oro Valley chamber of Commerce provides a great value for its membership. They consistently provide information and updates about the community and their events are fun and informative. We've been members for several years and … More have benefited from many business partnerships and friendships. Not to mention the staff is extremely likable with a great sense of humor!
  • Avatar Ellen Kirton ★★★★★ a year ago
    I always have a great experience with the chamber. Dave Perry has done an amazing job of growing the organization and managing the budget. He brings that wry sense of humor that you just have to chuckle. More importantly the chamber provides … More the type events that focus on their members and give the opportunity to meet fellow chamber members from the community. Also, they present business partners with ideas to assist the business community.
  • Avatar Melissa cordero ★★★★★ a year ago
    Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce played a monumental role in helping me get started as a small business owner! They took the time to meet with me one one one, learn what my business does and what my needs are. Before I even became a member … More they started sending me potential business. I believe they genuinely care about small business owners and they work hard to help you succeed!
  • Avatar Bill Rodman ★★★★★ a year ago
    The Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce is a very professionally run organization. Its President and CEO, Dave Perry is one of the best there is. He stays on top of the issues that matter to businesses and advocates very well for his members. … More His columns in local publications are always well written and persuasive.