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Advocacy/Mission

Mission Statement

"To serve as the voice of the business community and maintain information flow for the Chamber members regarding Legislative issues and local issues possibly affecting their business."

Your Chamber depends on its Advocacy Committee to render a voice on behalf of business in Hernando County. This often includes a wide range of issues dealing with taxes, regulations, and working with state government departments to help fulfill our mission statement.

The committee is comprised of the membership at large that are involved in the community. The committee meets monthly at Capital City Bank, located at 14302 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill, and recommends statements and positions for the Chamber Board to adopt. Often seen at government meetings, members of the Advocacy Committee are actively seeking input and information that will help the Chamber to inform on how to help our business membership.

2019-2020 Advocacy Committee Members

Co-Chair - Richie Sanvenero
Co-Chair - Walter "Buddy" Selph

Monthly Meetings

2nd Monday of every month (unless otherwise stated)

Chamber Office
15588 Aviation Loop Drive
Brooksville

Voting:
Marilyn Pearson-Adams
Matthew Foreman
Tyler Stapleton
Duane Chichester
Erik Van de Boogaard
Tom Keck, Sr.
Jennifer Rey

Non-Voting:
Morris Porton - Government Affairs Director
Pat Crowley - Chamber President/CEO
Donna Burdzinski - Chamber Chairman of the Board

Want to join the Advocacy Committee?

Click Here for a Advocacy Committee Application Form

The Greater Hernando County Chamber of Commerce strongly believes in assisting and supporting issues impacting not only our business members, but the County as a whole. Because of our relationships with every sector of the business community and within Hernando County Government, our name associated with a cause is something we take very seriously.

Click here for the Advocacy Support Application

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