In the News: Growth has helped Frisco Chamber of Commerce become elite organization
As recently seen in the February issue of Community Impact Frisco, written by William Wadsack:
Over the last 50 years, the development of the Frisco Chamber of Commerce has mirrored the explosive growth of the city it serves.
As Frisco has grown from a tiny town with a population of 1,845 in 1970 to around 190,000 in 2020, the chamber has come all the way from its first home in a caboose on the railroad tracks to being one of the top chambers in the country. It is among the 1.5% of chambers nationwide to achieve 5-star accreditation from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Chamber President and CEO Tony Felker said the organization has grown from a focus on ribbon-cuttings and business ambassadorship into something more. Read more.