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Committees

Looking for a way to get more involved? The Hudson Area Chamber of Commerce offers members many opportunities to share their expertise and enthusiasm with the community. Our current volunteer task forces and committees are listed below.

Committees meet as needed. For more information, contact the Chamber at 330.650.0621.

  • Ambassadors
  • Benefits
  • Education
  • Golf Outing
  • Health & Wellness
  • Hudson Community Expo
  • Marketing
  • Programs
  • Technology
  • Women’s Networking


Ambassadors Committee

A vitally important part of the membership process, Ambassadors dedicate an hour a month to deliver membership packets and represent the organization at ribbon cutting ceremonies and local community events. There are no monthly meetings, but requests for your services will typically be a monthly business visitation.

Benefits Committee
Help identify cost-saving benefits to promote to the membership. Identify non-dues revenue opportunities for Chamber-supported products and services.

Education Committee
Coordinate efforts with local schools to promote business education and entrepreneurship within the school curriculum. Assist with the judging process for the SEE Business Plan Competition and determine scholarship winners.

Golf Outing
Annual event held in summer/early fall. Committee helps plan event beginning in early spring. Portion of proceeds benefit the Chamber’s scholarship program.

Health & Wellness
The committee will develop health & fitness activities and recommend speakers for Chamber functions as needed. This committee meets no more than once a month.

Hudson Community Expo
The Expo is a one-day event that showcases local products and services. Representatives from local businesses, schools, city departments, clubs, non-profit organizations and civic organizations will be represented. Committee members will assist with all aspects of planning and running the event. The Expo is held every other year.

Marketing Committee
The marketing/branding committee assists the Chamber with the website, publications, event promotions and media relations. This committee meets as needed.

Program Committee
Works with the president in securing speakers, topics and activities for monthly Chamber events. May also suggest educational/training seminars that may benefit the Chamber.

Technology Committee
This committee assists the Chamber in staying current with ever-evolving technology. May advise on website improvements.

Women’s Network Committee
This committee will meet quarterly to help strengthen the Professional Women’s Network.