Overview

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The Greater Medina Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary organization of the business community. The Chamber is a not-for-profit, taxpaying organization. It unites hundreds of business and professional firms, thus creating a unique central agency working to improve business and build a better community. The Chamber membership includes business from sole proprietors to companies with over 500 members.

Most importantly, the Chamber is people. People who realize that through the Chamber they can accomplish collectively what no one of them can do individually. The strength of the Chamber lies in attracting the greatest number of members and creating a pool of resources from which the organization can draw energy, ideas and finances.
 

The CHAMBER STAFF

The Chamber is staffed with professional people who work diligently for you and your business; people committed to making Medina an even better place to live and do business.

 
 

 

JACLYN RINGSTMEIER                    
Executive Director
jaclyn@medinaohchamber.com

 
 
 
 
 
 

BECKY PARKHURST
Accounting Manager
accounting@medinaohchamber.com

 

 

 

 


The Chamber is a watchful eye...

 

 

working to see to it that the economy remains strong and that the quality of life is maintained.
 

 

The Chamber is a powerful team...

of hundreds of members, volunteers and staff working together to constantly improve and sell our community to prospective business ventures.

 
The Chamber office is the front door

of our community, the place where visitors and newcomers get their first impression of our area.

 
Who else would...

If there were no businesses willing to invest in the future, if there were no Chamber of Commerce, who would...

  • Work toward finding ways for businesses to improve their bottom line

  • Answer thousands of questions about our community from tourists, prospective residents and new businesses

  • Maintain an office with a full-time staff devoted to the commercial, civic and retail development of Medina

  • Coordinate the talents of local business people and address the issues of regional promotion, employment and taxes

  • Pursue opportunities to make our area a better place to live and make a living

 

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