The West Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance (WVCCA), composed of the six West Valley Chambers, has partnered with Fennemore Craig to represent the collective interests of businesses in the West Valley on public policy issues.
A crucial part of a Chamber of Commerce’s role in the business community is advocating for pro-business policies. In 2019, to increase the Chambers are committed to enhanced effectiveness of advocacy for issues that impact West Valley businesses, the Chamber CEO’s and Fennemore Craig will be attending meetings with legislators and lobbying to champion the issues that are important to the West Valley.
The West Valley is a major economic driver in the state of Arizona. Increased legislative representation will help us to gain recognition for the economic impact being made. The purpose of partnering with Fennemore Craig is to give businesses a stronger voice in legislation and to represent the members that make up the six West Valley Chambers (Buckeye Valley, Glendale, Peoria, Southwest Valley, Surprise Regional and Wickenburg) collectively.
As busy business owners, it is difficult to follow legislative issues and attend public meetings. Therefore, the CEO’s of the West Valley Chamber Alliance in partnership with Fennemore Craig will be there to mine the hall of Government and promote pro-business legislation.
“The Glendale Chamber of Commerce, comprised of over 1,300 active members, is proud to partner with the other West Valley Chambers to ensure our voice is heard and active on issues important to business and the West Valley” said, Robert Heidt, President & CEO.
The West Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance includes the Buckeye Valley Chamber, Glendale Chamber, Peoria Chamber, Southwest Valley Chamber, Surprise Regional Chamber, and Wickenburg Chamber.
These Chambers represent the “Voice of Business” for the towns and cities in the West Valley to include Avondale, Buckeye, El Mirage, Glendale, Goodyear, Litchfield Park, Peoria, Sun City, Sun City West, Surprise, Tolleson, Wickenburg and Youngtown.