Category: Press Releases

Read the latest media alerts, press releases and media statements issued by the Greater Phoenix Chamber.

Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce announces new board leadership

The Greater Phoenix Chamber announces new leaders and 17 new members to its board of directors.


Greater Phoenix Chamber endorses Debra Stark for City Council District 3 seat

Debra has faced difficult decisions head-on during her time on the council and is prepared to hit the ground running.

Greater Phoenix Chamber mourns the passing of Rose Mofford, Arizona’s first female governor

Todd Sanders: "I remember her for her quick wit, practical approach and love for our state. We lost an icon."

Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce announces 2016 general election endorsements

The Chamber's Political Action Committee has endorsed 51 candidates for the Arizona Legislature prior to the Nov. 8 general election.

Greater Phoenix Chamber to convene business & community leaders at forum about supporting veterans in the workplace

Featured panelists will discuss the challenges veterans and reservists face when reintegrating back into the civilian workforce.

GPCC CEO Todd Sanders named 2016 Leader of the Year in economic development

The annual awards recognize outstanding individuals and organizations for advancing public policy to impact the state and lives of Arizonans.

Greater Phoenix Chamber announces 11 finalists for 2016 ATHENA Awards

The Greater Phoenix Chamber announced the 11 women chosen as finalists for its prestigious ATHENA Awards

Greater Phoenix Chamber names three leaders to the Valley Young Professionals board

The Greater Phoenix Chamber is pleased to welcome three exemplary professionals to its VYP Board of Directors.

Greater Phoenix Chamber announces 2016 Primary Election endorsements

The Chamber Political Action Committee is endorsing 50 candidates for the Arizona Legislature in the August 30 Primary Election.

Greater Phoenix Chamber opposes mandatory minimum wage increase ballot proposal

This measure would harm Arizona’s competitiveness and disproportionately affect small businesses.