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About Us

Bruce Hillegeist,

Brandy Beyer,
Vice President

Amy Mason,
Director of Communications

Alex Wellbrock, 
Membership Development Director

Jason Brandolini, 
Membership Engagement Director

Our Vision

The Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce will continue to be the business resource center for the northwest metropolitan area.

Our Mission

The Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce provides resources and fosters relationships that empower businesses to prosper in Tomball and its surrounding communities.


Diversity & Inclusion

The Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce is committed to advancing the values and benefits of diversity, equity and inclusion and understands it takes every member of the community to maintain a thriving economy.


Connecting members for lasting relationships that promote growth and enhance success.


Promoting development of our community through personal & business education.


Partnering with business and government to advocate for the community.


Establishing the standards of tomorrow guided by the cornerstone of tradition.

Though incorporated in 1965, the Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce was first organized in the 1920s. Our Chamber has an excellent reputation for representing the interests of our members. Also, the Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce is recognized throughout Texas for its passionate advocacy for the community.

People join a Chamber of Commerce for different reasons. Some people want the chance to network with other business and community leaders. Some welcome the publicity that active involvement in Chamber activities can generate about their own business. Some people want the opportunity to have a role in community affairs. The Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce works hard to help our members achieve any and all of these objectives.

The Chamber has a core of active volunteers who are committed to fulfilling the Mission of the Chamber. Through their participation, they achieve, and help other members achieve, the objectives listed above. These volunteers lead and serve on the key committees and task forces. The Chamber's programs are divided into four major categories: Economic Development, Membership Development, Community Services and Special Events.


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