The lights remain fully on at 544 Harvey at Ellis Street – home for the last 34 years to the Kelowna Chamber – even though Tourism Kelowna has moved out.
“We’re here, we aren’t moving, and we welcome all our Chamber-related visitors just as we’ve always done,” says Executive Director Dan Rogers. “We even have space for lease – about 1140 square feet, ideal for a not-for-profit organization or other business- or service-oriented group. Give us a call!”
The Chamber is 112 years old this year and provides its 1200 members with leadership, advocacy and services of value to grow or increase their business. Chamber member businesses represent about 25,000 employees and staff, located throughout Kelowna, the Okanagan Valley and beyond.
The Chamber and its ten staff remain in place, despite the new look of the building, which will evolve gradually over the next few months as a new tenant take up lease space at the front, and new signage announces the Chamber presence in a more prominent way.
Meanwhile, Chamber staff remain “Ready for Business” and welcome visits from new members and prospective members on Chamber-related matters.