The Business Impact Committee is an information sharing committee that meets on a monthly basis to explore issues, events and activities that have or could have an influence and impact on living, working, and even playing in the Alamogordo-Holloman AFB area. Such issues might include economic, political, social, educational issues or a combination of all. Each month a speaker is invited to share his or her area of expertise, and the information is presented in an informal, relaxed atmosphere. Such presentations often lead to related areas of discussion and committee action if required. Statistical information that might impact living and working in our area and the current calendar of events are also reviewed.
Its mission is also to provide support and networking opportunities to established and new businesses in Alamogordo through promotions, seminars, and special events.
Citizen of the Year
A recognition awarded to one individual who has made contributions to the Alamogordo community in all-around community and civic activities. That individual must have demonstrated leadership abilities as well as personal and business progress.
Nominations are solicited from the community, Chamber members, civic organizations, and individuals.
Nominations are not carried over from year to year.
The Citizen of the Year is announced at the Annual Chamber of Commerce Banquet.
Chairperson: Barbara Mick Meeting time: Monthly Chamber Board meeting held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 2:00 PM at the Chamber of Commerce. Location: Chamber
The responsibility of the Executive Committee is to serve as the administrative body of the Chamber between meetings of the Board of Directors.
The Executive Committee shall be comprised of the Chair, Chair Elect, Vice-Chair, Secretary/Treasurer, and Immediate Past Chair, and shall meet monthly.
Co-Chairs: Joe Hardin Meeting time: Last Friday of every month at 12 pm Location: Pepper’s Grill
The Transportation Committee monitors and draws attention to land and air transportation issues affecting Alamogordo and Otero County. It provides a means of communication and dialog between the business community and local and state transportation policymakers. At its monthly meetings, it hears reports from city, county, and state street and highway development agencies and from local transportation agencies.Click here to add your own text