Across Sammamish, advocate and promote economic development through business education, connectivity and access to leaders
Connecting Business with Consumers
Passports: The Sammamish City Hall is open for passport processing Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9am – 1pm.
The Sammamish Chamber of Commerce is a member of East King County Legislative Coalition
To be included in the new 2016/17 Directory contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for Sammamish Connects
Tuesday June 27
Sammamish Chamber July Luncheon
July 20th, 11:15am-1pm
Sahalee Country Club
Reduced member-only rate: $30
Non-Member rate: $40
Speaker: To be announced
2017 Chamber Sponsorship Opportunities
We are scheduling our speakers and sponsors for the year right now and it’s the perfect time to let us know if you would like to sponsor a luncheon in 2017.
Below is the Luncheon Sponsor information as well as other opportunities to get extra exposure in the Chamber and your community this coming year.
Contact Deb at email@example.com with any sponsorship inquiries.
The 2017 Market season runs from May 10- Sept 20, from 4-8pm each Wednesday.
Interested in being a Market Sponsor? Check out the 2017 SFM Sponsorship Package
Looking to volunteer?
Info Booth shifts available: 4:00-5:30pm, 5:30-6:30pm, 6:30-8:00pm
A great way to meet the community!
Set-up and breakdown volunteers are also needed from 2-4pm and 7:45-9:00pm. A perfect opportunity for students to collect school-required community-service hours and be involved in their community.
Know a local band, act, school group, community group who would like to perform at the market? We are scheduling the market’s entertainment and are accepting applications.
Reserve a spot for a Business Booth: more info
Contact email for all inquiries and sign ups: firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have a ribbon cutting that you would like the Chamber to attend?
Email us at email@example.com.
Photos from Sunny Hills Elementary Ribbon Cutting on Oct 13th.
Photo Credit: Jean Johnson Productions
Top slider photo credit: Jean Johnson Productions
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