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About Us

Mayor's from (l to r) Flossmoor, Homewood, and Glenwood in Illinois

Mayor’s from (l to r) Flossmoor, Homewood, and Glenwood in Illinois

The Homewood Area Chamber of Commerce (HACC) provides members and avocates of the business community the vehicle to use their talents and energies to accomplish collectively that which one cannot do alone.

The voluntary leadership of any community must have a centralized agency. Your Chamber acts as that agency. As members your sound leadership is vital to strengthening the Chamber and the communities it serves.

Membership doesn’t cost …. it pays!

For more information on what Chamber membership can do for your business, contact the Homewood Area Chamber of Commerce at (708) 206-3384. Interested businesses and professionals, along with residents and visitors in need of referrals, can visit the Chamber office at 2421 W. 183rd St., Homewood, IL 60430.

Growing Strong Communities …. Working Together!

  • Mission

    HACC is a partnership of business and professional people working together to promote, strengthen and support all aspects of the business environment in the Villages of Homewood, Flossmoor, Glenwood and the surrounding communities.

  • Purpose

    The Homewood Area Chamber of Commerce is a non-for-profit, non-governmental organization of business professionals devoted to enhancing the strength of the business community. The Chamber is organized for the purposes of advancing the commercial, industrial, civic and general interest of the Villages, but not excluding, Homewood, Flossmoor, Glenwood and their trade areas. The HACC is therefore a volunteer organization representing the interest of the community. It must – reflect accurately and be responsive to the thinking of the local communities.

  • Members

    The HACC provides members and advocates of the business community the vehicle to use their talents and energies to accomplish collectively that which one cannot do alone. The voluntary leadership of any community must have a centralized agency. The Chamber acts as that agency.  Organization development stimulates this leadership to join as members. This sound leadership is vital to strengthen the Chamber and the communities it serves.

  • Policy

    The HACC policy is to stimulate the free establishment of businesses, to protect the competitive nature of the enterprise system and to generally perpetuate the growth of commerce and industry by such committee action that is in good taste and keeping within the ethics of sound business practices.

Events

The Homewood Area Chamber of Commerce offers monthly luncheons for its members during the months of September thru July. Luncheons are held on the first Thursday of each month. A speaker delivers a topic of interest to members at each luncheon. The luncheon host is also able to showcase their business. In December a holiday luncheon is typically held at one of the country clubs. At the March luncheon the installation of Chamber officers is held.

Chamber luncheons are a great way to network and expand your business.

What our members are saying about us

Darren Jasieniecki

“Being a member and a board member of the Homewood Area Chamber has been and continues to be a rewarding experience. The H-F Park District has been a long time chamber member and we are thrilled to be involved with such a vibrant, connected, and quality organization.”

Darren JasienieckiMarketing & P.R. ManagerH-F Park District
Jen Sjoblom

“We are a proud member of the Homewood Area Chamber of Commerce. The business we acquire from networking events with the Chamber is immeasurable. The membership directory is an excellent resource of business services that we are able to utilize to work with other members in our community. We look forward to our continued membership with the Chamber and all the benefits it has to offer.”

Jen Sjoblom Banquet Manager at Idlewild Country ClubIdlewild Counrty Club