Mammoth Lakes Chamber Connection Newsletter – February 20, 2023


This Week

Monday, February 20
Open Mic Monday’s
Distant Brewing

Wednesday, Feb 22
Herbal Wands
Stellar Brew

Thursday, February 23
Community Coffee

Greg Gilmore
Distant Brewing

Friday, Feb 24
IMACA Food Distribution

Next Week

Sunday, February 26
Sammy Ramone
Distant Brewing

Monday, February 27
Restaurant Association

Open Mic Monday’s
Distant Brewing

Saturday, March 4
Boot Juice @
T-Bar Social Club

Full Event Calendar


Student Job Fair


In partnership with Mammoth High School, the Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Student Job Fair on Wednesday, April 26. Chamber members are able to host a table at the event to promote their summer, seasonal and part-time positions to the students of Mammoth.

Click here for details


4th of July Parade


The Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce 4th of July Parade is taking place on Tuesday, July 4! Float registration will be opening soon and this year’s theme is:

Seasons of Mammoth
Celebrating our Year-Round Playground

It takes a community to put on this Town wide event and we are currently seeking sponsors and volunteers.

Click here for 4th of July Parade Details
Click here for sponsorship info


Chamber News

Chamber at W.A.C.E. Conference


The Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce team recently attended the Western Association of Chamber Executives (W.A.C.E.) Conference where we gained important insight on how to make our Chamber stronger and more effective.

Chamber Benefits


Are you making the most of your Chamber membership? Visit our new blog post to learn about the five Chamber benefits to start taking advantage of NOW!

Check out The Chamber Blog here


Business News & Resources

CalChamber Supports CalCompetes Tax Credit

The California Chamber of Commerce is supporting the Governor’s budget proposal to provide $120 million to fund a third year of the California Competes Tax Credit program in 2023–24.

Details here

IRS Winter Storm Tax Relief


Victims of severe winter storms, flooding, and mudslides in California beginning January 8, 2023, now have until May 15, 2023, to file various individual and business tax returns and make tax payments, the Internal Revenue Service announced today.

Click here for further details

Yosemite Visitor Access Management Plan


The National Park Service is in the early stages of developing a plan to provide sustainable access, high-quality recreation experiences, visitor safety, and resource protection. This includes addressing congestion, managing crowding, and preventing damage to resources within the park.

Details can be found here

COVID & Flu Vaccines

Mono County Public Health is available for businesses that are interested in setting up vaccine clinics at their businesses for employees. They can provide both COVID and flu vaccines. Contact Jen Burrows for details.


$85 Million in Tax Credits Available for California Businesses

This year’s California Competes Tax Credit (CCTC) application period is underway and the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) has up to $85 million in tax credits available to award businesses that want to locate in California or stay and grow in the state. Click here for details

Small Business Development Center

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Talk to a free consultant today
Learn more about our local Small Business Development Center

(From Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce)

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