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Chandler Chamber moving to new location

November 17th, 2020 Chandler Arizona Staff
Chandler Chamber moving to new location
City News


The Chandler Chamber of Commerce is moving by next month.

But it won’t be going too far from its present location at on South Arizona Place, where it has been housed for 25 years.

It is leaving the high-rise for a stand-alone location in downtown Chandler at 101 W. Commonwealth.

“On behalf of the Chandler Chamber Board of Directors, we are thrilled to be moving to a stand-alone, downtown Chandler location, easily accessible to our businesses and community alike,” said Chamber board Chair Molly Bell.

“This change will open up so many incredible opportunities and we look forward to strengthening our downtown Chandler presence even more.”

Terri Kimble, Chamber President/CEO added, “We are very excited about this location, right in the heart of downtown Chandler.

“The new building provides convenient, walk-in access for community, business and tourism.”

San Tan Brewing founder, Anthony Cannechia, one of the building owners, said he’s proud to have such a visible member of the community as a tenant.

“We are proud to have the Chandler Chamber as neighbors right here in downtown,” he said. “The Chamber is really the voice of business here in Chandler.”

The Chandler Chamber has been serving Chandler since 1912.

The fact that they are relocating to a historical building actually constructed by the father of former Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny “is a perfect legacy” to their commitment in serving the business community,” the Chamber said.

Judge Jay Tibshraeny said, “The new Chamber location on Commonwealth was actually built by my father’s company. Those red brick buildings have stood the test of time, just like the Chandler Chamber. I know I am proud to say the Chamber will be calling it home.”

The move makes a longtime Chamber dream come true.

“While our location at 25 S. Arizona Place served us well over the years, we have always desired street level access for patrons,” Kimble said.  “The time was right and we look forward to building even stronger ties with our members.”

The Chamber promotes regional economic growth, advancing business-friendly public policies and supporting their members through programs, benefits and services.


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