News You Can Use From Bishop Chamber of Commerce – September 23, 2022

Bishop Chamber of Commerce News & Updates


From the Executive Director…

Hello Chamber Members and Friends,

Happy Friday! I hope this message finds you preparing to do something fun this beautiful fall weekend. As you know, the Bishop Chamber is quite active in our community and I wanted to take just a minute to make sure you have a few things on your calendar. These are just the chamber-hosted projects, there are so many others listed on online at

We hope this e-news helps you stay connected and we hope to see you soon!




Click Here to Pre-Register for Chamber Challenge


Memorial Tree Planting


A tree will be planted in the Bishop City Park in memory of our dear friend and former Bishop Chamber Board Member John Louth.

Date: Tuesday, 10/4

Time: 10am

Location: Meet at Bishop Chamber Office, we’ll walk together into the park.

Click here to let us know you’re coming.




Volunteer Opportunity


VCMC will host the 15th annual Dual Sport Rally in Bishop October 7-9. The Bishop Chamber of Commerce supports this event by helping with their awards banquet and we’re looking for some helping hands to set-up, serve and clean-up.

It’s always fun and only requires a few hours of volunteerism.

Click here to email Tawni if you’d like to help out.


Inyo Associates


Save the date! Bishop Chamber will host Inyo Associates on Monday, October 17th. It’s an important way to stay connected with local officials and community leaders. Location and menu details coming soon.


Not Already A Chamber Member?

The Bishop Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau is a local based non-profit organization the works diligently to support the regional economy. Our mission is to promote business, tourism and responsible recreation. All business sectors are welcome and we hope you’ll consider joining our efforts.

Click here to learn more.

(From Bishop Chamber of Commerce)

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