MISSION, TX – The Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the City of Mission and Mission Regional Medical Center to host its 24th Annual Mission Community Health & Wellness Fair. The event will be held at the Mission Event Center on Saturday, January 12, 2019, from 7:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. The event is free, open to the public and will provide free screenings, awareness, and education. The Mission Regional Medical Center’s laboratory team will provide a free master blood test to the first 500 people, in which a 12 hour fast is required before the test. Free
Dear Community Leader, We value the hospitality and prosperity of the area which impacts the overall quality of life for all of us. We work for the development of the community and serve as the voice of businesses. Member Satisfaction is key to running a successful chamber. Please take a moment to share your assessment. Your voice is important to us. Tell us how you really feel…Ready! Set! Survey away… Take this survey A million thanks! Sincerely, Brenda Enriquez President & CEO
The Plantation I & II Apartments is the Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce Member of the Month! Here’s a spotlight on their wonderful community
Mission, TX– The Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the result of a successful search for the position of President and Chief Executive Officer, thanks to the efforts of the GMCC’s dedicated search committee. Consequently, GMCC announces the appointment of Ms. Brenda Enriquez as the new President and CEO. With over 13 years of experience at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Enriquez served as Director of Development for the UTRGV College of Engineering and Computer Science. She has also served as Special Events Manager of Advancement Special Events at UTRGV, and Coordinator of Recruitment and
The Grounds Guys are the Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce Member of the Month! Check out their spotlight video and the professional maintenance and creations they do for the city of Mission!
MAR Designs & Construction is the Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce Member of the Month! Check out their spotlight video and the houses they construct for the city of Mission!
Global Insurance Agency is the Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce Member of the Month! Check out their spotlight video on how they’ve established themselves and serve the city of Mission!
MISSION, TEXAS – The Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce will host it’s Buenas Tardes Luncheon on Friday, September, 14, 2018 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Mission Event Center located at 200 South Shary Road in Mission, Texas. The networking luncheon will feature keynote speaker, Dat Nguyen, former NFL linebacker for the Dallas Cowboys and former linebacker at Texas A&M. City leaders and business community members are encouraged to attend this informative luncheon with invaluable networking and over several hundred local professionals. A pre-event meet and greet with Nguyen will be available with VIP tickets and sponsorships. Guests
Mission, TX- The Greater Mission Chambers of Commerce in partnership with Sprint will offer Chamber members the Sprint Works Program effective August 1, 2018. This partnership will provide businesses and individuals who are current members of The Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce a discounted rate on Sprint products and services. “We are excited to collaborate with Sprint and offer this exclusive offer to our chamber members” stated Robert Rosell, President, and C.E.O. of The Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce. “The partnership with the Sprint Works Program should prove to be a useful addition to our member benefits. Not only
MISSION, TX – The Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Mission Consolidated Independent School District distributed backpacks to district students on Thursday, August 2, 2018 at Veterans Memorial High School located at 700 E. 2 Mile Line in Mission, Texas. A portion of the proceeds generated from The Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce’s 2018 Tom Landry Golf Classic held in March 2018 provided 2,000 backpacks filled with school supplies for Mission CISD students. With over 4,000 in attendance including students and their families, many individuals began to line up early in the morning to receive a free