Long time Chamber volunteers Twyla Terven and Nadine DiGiacomo were honored at the Green Valley Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Quarterly Meeting. Both will be retiring at the end of the month.
Win a 2017 Ford Explorer Platinum (1st ), or two first class tickets anywhere in the world (2nd) or $5000.00 cash (3rd)! Millions for Tucson Raffle now has 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes, proceeds benefit the Chamber Foundation.
Wednesday, March 1st, was Chamber Day at the Legislature. Making the trek up to Phoenix were Jim DiGiacomo, President/CEO Green Valley Sahuarita Chamber of Commerce; Don Weaver, President Green Valley Council; Larry Kempton, Homewatch Caregivers, Member Green Valley Sahuarita Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and past chair; John Matuska, CEO Green Valley Hospital; and Randy Graf, Southwest Solutions and co-chair Green Valley Sahuarita Chamber of Commerce Government Relations Committee.
Pictured winners of the 2017 EXPO and Taste of the Valley (click on title to read more).
Today (February 14th) is Arizona’s Birthday. Follow the link (click on title) to read 7 reasons why Arizona is a great place to live and work.
Watch for your SAV donation packet or donate today!
Non-stops from Tucson International Airport to JFK and back again.
Map of the Anza Expedition trail from Mexico to California available at the Chamber offices, located at 275 W. Continental Road Suite 123.
In keeping with its longstanding tradition of supporting education, the Green Valley Sahuarita Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center Board of Directors unanimously backs Propositions 450, 451 and 452 for the upcoming November elections.
Green Valley Sahuarita Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center to host an International Professional Rodeo event in September 2017.
Part Time Relief Manager Needed
The Chamber tees off for fun and education.
Dog Days of Summer July Mixer a howling success!
Old Tucson hiring for Nightfall
Some fun and Informative trivia on Arizona
Congratulations to the STATE Champions of the 50-70 Division! Regionals in Nogales.