Fresno Chamber Supports Measure M

Press Release

Fresno Chamber Supports Measure M

Fresno, CA (February 28, 2020) – The Fresno Chamber of Commerce is pleased to support Measure M, the bond on the March 3 ballot to help modernize Fresno Unified School District’s campuses and facilities. The Measure will provide $325 million in funding to continue the District’s modernization efforts at campuses district wide.

“A good education is critical to future success in the workforce,” said Chamber President/CEO Nathan Ahle. “Fresno Unified has made great strides in improving student success and the increased funding from Measure M will help improve and modernize facilities across the District to continue that great progress. We encourage all Fresnans to vote yes on this important initiative.”

The Fresno Chamber of Commerce is one of the largest business organizations in the Central Valley, with approximately 1,200 member businesses representing over 74,000 employees. The Chamber’s mission is to “promote and support the success of the regional business community through effective advocacy, education and relationship building.”

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Fresno Chamber PAC endorses Congressman Jim Costa

PRESS RELEASE

Fresno Chamber PAC Endorses Congressman Jim Costa

Fresno, CA (February 25, 2020) – The Fresno Chamber of Commerce Political Action Committee (PAC) is proud to announce its endorsement of Rep. Jim Costa. During his time in office, Congressman Costa has supported the Fresno Chamber’s policy initiatives and worked to bring jobs to the community and improve our economy.

“Our organization is proud to support Congressman Costa in his bid for re-election,” said Fresno Chamber President/CEO Nathan Ahle. “Throughout his time in office, Jim has consistently proven his commitment to strengthening the business community, fighting for farmers and water across the Valley, and being a strong voice on trade issues that benefit our region. We’re proud to recommend he go back to Washington for another term.”

“My ongoing work with the Fresno Business Community has improved economic opportunities for businesses and working families,” Congressman Costa said. “I am proud of the Fresno Chamber of Commerce’s endorsement because I believe it reflects a partnership of working together for all of our citizens.”

The Fresno Chamber of Commerce is one of the largest business organizations in the Central Valley, with approximately 1,200 member businesses representing over 74,000 employees. The Chamber’s mission is to “promote and support the success of the regional business community through effective advocacy, education and relationship building.

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Chamber Podcast Relaunched!

Listen to the latest episode of our relaunched Fresno Chamber Podcast!

Welcome to the relaunch of the Fresno Chamber of Commerce podcast. This monthly podcast will be updating you about all things Fresno Chamber, from our role as a catalyst for change to championing business in the Valley. Listen as we introduce our new Government Affairs Manager, Aubrey Willis. Aubrey and our president/CEO Nathan Ahle discuss Aubrey’s role and the process used when deciding policy. Also learn more about key races we are focused on in 2020. Hear about how the Government Affairs Council works and how you can get involved!

2020 Community Guide Now Available

Welcome to the Fresno Chamber of Commerce Community Guide and Membership Directory. Learn about Fresno and all of the wonderful things our community has to offer. Discover what the Fresno Chamber of Commerce is doing for the community and what makes them a catalyst for change, convener of leader and influencers and champion for business in the Valley. Our membership directory offers contact information for each of our members as well as lists member businesses by category. Pick up your print version today in the chamber lobby or at several member businesses around town.

 

 

Purchase Your 2020 Labor Law Compliance Products and Save!

 

2020 California and Federal Employment Posters

You must post a compliant Employment Poster in a conspicuous place in the workplace where all employees and applicants can see it. The poster also must include information about your workers’ compensation benefits, payday schedule and emergency contacts. Failure to comply can result in severe penalties and fines up to $17,000 by the State of California.