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Greater Oswego Business Committee (GOBC)

Formerly the Downtown Business Committee. The mission of the GOBC is to assess and address the needs of the community and businesses to achieve solutions and growth. Member businesses of all sizes, in all areas of greater Oswego, are invited to join this dynamic group that provides a platform and forum for identifying, discussing and developing a plan of action to create opportunities for the overall well being of the area and its business community to include business development, consumer activity, tourist trade, living space, recreation, arts and entertainment. Meets at 8 am, the third Wednesday of the month in the conference room at the Chamber’s Oswego Office*

 

Greater Fulton Business Committee (GFBC)

The mission of the Greater Fulton Business Committee is to work on behalf of the greater Fulton business community to ensure that the area benefits from business development, consumer activity, tourist trade, living space, recreation, arts and entertainment. The GFBC will provide a platform and forum for identifying, discussing and resolving issues affecting the economic well being of the greater Fulton area’s merchants, industries, and institutions. Meets at 8:30 am, the first Tuesday of the month at the Fulton Public Library

 

Membership

The focus of this committee is to work with the Membership Sales and Service Coordinator to assist with recruiting new members as well as with members retention. The committee helps new members orient themselves to the many benefits of the Chamber, including networking with others businesses by introducing them at events, and works with existing members to ensure that they are taking full advantage of their membership benefits. Please contact the Chamber directly or visit the chamber’s website for meeting date(s)and location.

   

Project Bloom–Oswego

Project Bloom-Fulton

Both groups work with their respective local businesses and municipalities on this beautification project that adds colorful flowers to the streets and parks of the communities they serve. Both committees meet as needed. Please contact the Chamber directly or visit the Chamber’s website for meeting date(s) and location.

 *Please refer to the weekly Membership Monday or the Chamber’s website or contact the Chamber directly for the most up-to-date meeting times and locations, as dates are occasionally changed as needed to accommodate scheduling or other needs.