Business Strong

This is a serious time for businesses and our community. Concerning the COVID –19 virus, it may feel like there are more questions than answers right now. As a resource for our members, we want to make sure we can be as helpful as possible while the world is working through the realities of a global pandemic. Our Chamber team has been meeting regularly to discuss the impacts of the virus and how we can best bring value to our members.
Yesterday we sent a communication to members that contains various information we believe can help businesses sort through these rapidly changing scenarios. We will be sharing more communications like this across all of our channels in the coming weeks and you can find up-to-date information on our website at

As for our regularly scheduled events, we are monitoring all relevant information and trends from government authorities, community stakeholders and most importantly our members. We understand the fluidity of the national conversation and are looking at how evolving protocols may impact the services we provide to you and our community.

Recognizing the severity of this virus, our leadership and staff are certainly concerned about its impacts on the Chamber and all of our member businesses. We are committed to bringing you the best information possible when it becomes available. Should anything change from our organization, we will strive to make sure you hear it directly from us first. Our team is continuously monitoring and participating in discussions about COVID-19 impacts in Tallahassee and Leon County and our aim will be to deliver timely, relevant and necessary information on a regular basis.

Our business community is a strong one. The business owners, entrepreneurs and talented workforce who call Tallahassee home are resilient and we know they will make prudent and reasonable decisions over the coming weeks. Here at the Chamber, our vision for this organization includes being the premier voice for business. As decisions are made about the immediate future of our community, please know that we will lean in to best represent the interests of our members and the well-being of everyone who calls this great place home.

Thank you for your membership, patience and consideration as we all work to best position our community to minimize the effects of COVID–19.

Jay Revell
Vice President, Advocacy and Public Policy