COMMITTEES AND TASK FORCES
The following committees and task forces carry out the work of the chamber.
Our Ambassadors are our red carpet committee. Active chamber members serve as liaisons to provide outreach and support to the business community and represent and promote the Chamber in a positive and professional manner.
Business Development Committee (BDC) works to identify, educate, and develop future leaders and to motivate these leaders for civic, charitable, and community involvement. Dedicated to the success of small businesses through networking and communication, the BDC focuses on developing programs and events to meet the needs of small businesses.
Events include: Lunch n’ Learns and monthly networking events.
The Government Affairs committee focuses on strengthening relationships with elected officials and developing and advocating local, state, and national public policy that is supportive of Moore area businesses and consumers.
Events include: Eggs & Issues, Capitol Tour, State of the City, State of the Schools, and more to come.
SPECIAL EVENT TASK FORCES
Groups of volunteers gather to assist the chamber during major events. Rewarding duties include and are not limited to: planning, coordinating, sponsor recruitment, registration, greeting, and setup and breakdown.
Special events include, but are not limited to, Bowling Tournament, Golf Tournament, and Annual Event.
Moore Involved, the young professionals group of the Moore Chamber of Commerce, has various activities geared toward engaging the young professionals of Moore in efforts that “impact the people and businesses of Moore through lasting partnerships and selfless acts”. From philanthropy events to networking activities, there are plenty of happenings for Moore’s professionals aged 21-40 to get “involved”.
Moore Involved’s philanthropy focuses on volunteering with local non-profits and learning more about their services and impact on the community. One of the foundations of philanthropy events is the annual “Stuff the Bus” school supply drive to benefit the Moore Public School District.
“Moore Connect” networking events are hosted at local restaurants all around Moore. These events give young professionals a chance to build relationships and develop a strong foundation for living, working, and playing in the community.
Moore Involved’s feature event is the annual Hole-O-Ween Mini Golf Tournament. This particular evening of fun supports both Moore Involved AND a local nonprofit organization. This night gives a great excuse to have a party and support an area nonprofit.