There was a time when Globe, Arizona and Miami, Arizona each had their own Chamber of Commerce. After deciding to join forces, the Globe-Miami Greater Chamber of Commerce held it's groundbreaking on June 6, 1989 and moved into it's new home on April 23, 1990 - where we have remained since, although we are now called the Globe-Miami Regional Chamber of Commerce. Our facility was architecturally designed with the arched windows and entrances to resemble the Old Dominion Library, which burned down on March 12, 1981. The only remnant recovered after the fire was a plaque honoring miners who lost their life on the job at Old Dominion Mine, and that plaque is proudly displayed outside the Chamber. The Globe-Miami Chamber was built entirely with community volunteers, a fact we believe shines light on the type of community we are - caring, hardworking and collaborative. Come say hi, we'd love to meet you!
"Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success." Henry Ford
The Globe-Miami Chamber of Commerce supports and encourages a collaborative, vibrant, and prosperous community by promoting economic opportunity for all businesses, cultivating connections between people and place, and celebrating the region’s generational pride.
Our Core Values:
Fresh: We constantly seek creative, new ideas and innovative solutions.
Reliable: We are dependable, consistent, and invested in the success of our members.
Inclusive: We respect and value broad participation from all.
Trustworthy: We demonstrate honesty and integrity in our actions and purpose.
Enthusiastic: We are a fun and energetic group that is engaged in our community.
Who We Are:
We are a 501C (6) nonprofit organization that works together with local leadership, businesses, government and organizations to advance the development of the community and promote the welfare of the area as a whole.