The Chamber plays a very active and important role in enhancing the local area, helping businesses grow and thrive and fostering a greater sense of community. Our diverse membership ranges from large corporations to sole proprietors, from manufacturers to specialty shops and everything in between.
Just as the Chamber is important to our community, our members are important to the Chamber. Your investment in the Chamber is an investment and commitment in the community.
As the Voice of Business for the Kennebunks and Arundel, the Chamber works to ensure our towns are vibrant and prosperous places to carry on business. The Chamber seeks to maintain and enhance a strong socially responsible business climate. We are committed to advancing existing business, attracting new economic opportunities and leveraging our fame as a major destination. We are committed to constructively influencing public policy to support a healthy private enterprise system. We value our towns’ historical character and culture while embracing economic prosperity and innovation as key components to the quality of life we enjoy. We consistently work to build value for our members.
Just as the school district brings together three towns, so, too, does the Kennebunk-Kennebunkport-Arundel Chamber of Commerce. In our view, we may be 3 towns, but we are 1 community at heart. In this Facebook group we hope to help connect the community with posts of interest to all. This is a platform for members to post their business information and to be a community bulletin board of sorts, sharing events, issues of concerns, etc.
Chairman: Becky Jacobs, Kennebunk Savings
Vice Chairman: Ashley Padget, Alisson’s Restaurant
Treasurer: Kirsten Camp, Kennebunkport Historical Society
Secretary: Sharon Binette: Kennebunk Post
Bill Dries: The Harbor Inn
Maureen DiGiovanni: River Tree Arts
Cyndi Smith: C.A. Smith Photography
Doug Spurling: Spurling Fitness
Kelley Johnson: Southern Maine Health Care
Robert Labelle: Nonantum Resort
Ryan Martin: Weirs Buick GMC
Kim Vieira: Camden National Bank
Rachel Pelkey: Kennebunkport Resort Collection
Ex Officio: Mike Pardue, Town of Kennebunk
Ex Officio: Laurie Smith, Town of Kennebunkport
Ex Officio: Keith Trefethen, Town of Arundel