The Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce is the only regional chamber in the Dayton market providing a voice for its business members through advocacy. With two lobbyists on staff and a satellite office in Columbus, the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce offers unparalleled influence on the local, regional, state and national levels. The Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Trustees and Executive Committee guide the organization’s public policy goals and positions, but the chamber also offers its members advocacy on an individual basis. Through its Government Affairs event series, Legislative Day in Columbus and bi-annual Legislative Reception, Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce members also have access to decision makers and leaders who can get things done and help them grow.
The Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce commits to our members and the greater Dayton region that we will continue to strive for a business friendly legislative and regulatory environment that encourage businesses growth and economic prosperity.
The chamber is the voice of business for our region. We invite you to share your voice on issues that concern you. Search and connect with your legislator here.LEARN MORE
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In June 2021, the Dayton Area Chamber provided testimony in opposition of H.B. 248, in addition to joining a statewide coalition of business organizations opposing this infringement on business owners rights. H.B. 248 prohibits business owners and emplo...READ MORE
The Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce will publish the following opening letter to the Ohio Congressional Delegation in the Dayton Daily News later this month. We're asking chamber member businesses to sign on to this letter in support of its message. If yo...READ MORE
The Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce has joined the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in asking our federal legislators to extend the deadline for businesses to apply for Payment Protection Program (PPP) assistance. In a letter addressed to the Committee on Sma...READ MORE