Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce Committees
There are many ways for our members to engage with the Chamber. Whether one utilizes their membership to build relationships, develop professionally through educational programs, engage with elected officials, market and advertise their products and services or take advantage of member-only discounts and savings, the Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce is the place for you to CULTIVATE your life and business!
Multi-Cultural Business Committee
The Chamber Multi-Cultural Business Committee plans the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. reception held on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day each January. In addition to planning the county’s largest Martin Luther King, Jr. reception, the committee provides an avenue of recognition of minority business owners and individuals that demonstrate excellence in serving the community. The Multi-Cultural Committee meets on an as-needed basis.
Leadership Steering Committee
The Chamber Leadership Steering Committee works to develop the Leadership Sampson Program offered to high school juniors every Fall and adults every other year. Every junior class in the county is invited to participate. Juniors can obtain an application from their school counselor. Participants are then chosen by school counselors using a point system.
Adult participants can obtain an application from the Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce. The adult program is inclusive of all that apply.
Chamber Christmas Parade Committee
Did you know that the Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce plans, organizes and facilitates the Christmas Parade in Clinton?! For over 35 years, the Chamber has made the Christmas Parade possible each year. The Chamber Christmas Parade is held on the 2nd Saturday of December.
Join a group of passionate community members that help in reviewing entry applications, create the parade line up and assist with entry check-in and assignments the day of the parade. The Chamber Christmas Parade Committee meets between July and December for preliminary planning and once again in January for a post-parade discussion.
Annual Celebration Committee