Join Us For The July Business Advocacy Council Meeting
THE WOODLANDS, TX -- An important part of Chamber membership is awareness and advocacy on matters of public policy that directly impact the business and nonprofit community. The Business Advocacy Council is the group responsible for monitoring government actions and debate at the local, county, state and federal levels. The Business Advocacy Council also reviews legislative action and when necessary, recommends action to the Chamber Board of Directors. Only the Board of Directors can decide whether the Chamber will take a formal position on issues of public policy.
The Council meets monthly, typically on the third Friday of every month at 8 a.m. at The Chamber and welcomes all members. The Council also manages Montgomery County Day at the Capitol, and Whistle Stop among other business advocacy events.
The Business Advocacy Council and Chamber of Commerce DO NOT endorse political parties and/or candidates for office.