The EVCCA, founded in 1999, is comprised of more than 7,000 businesses and nine local chambers: Apache Junction, Cave Creek, Chandler, Gilbert, Fountain Hills, Mesa, Queen Creek, Scottsdale, and Tempe. Business leaders representing each association meet monthly. Our purpose is to provide coordination in the advancement of common business interests.
Each year, EVCCA produces a report on the legislative session, which lists bills that have the most significance to East Valley businesses. It reports how each East Valley legislator voted on legislation relevant to the EVCCA. We hold a breakfast in December with legislators to discuss the next year’s agenda, and we employ our own lobbyist, Tom Dorn.
One alliance objective is to inform members of bills that will be on an upcoming ballot and their projected effect. Business owners in the East Valley need not feel helpless about government influence on their business. Each of us has the opportunity and responsibility to understand the issues and to get out and vote.
East Valley Chamber of Commerce Alliance gives East Valley Chambers a stronger voice.
Each year, EVCCA produces a report on the legislative session, which lists bills that have the most significance to East Valley businesses.
Tom Dorn, President of Dorn Policy Group Inc., has a diverse background in government and politics at both the State and Federal level.