The Kissimmee/Osceola County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors attended their annual board retreat this weekend in Jacksonville, Florida. The incoming 2022 Board of Directors met from Thursday, October 21 to Sunday, October 24 at the Hyatt Riverside in Jacksonville to strategically plan their agenda for 2022.
Led by 2022 Chairman of the Board Kevin Crain, owner of Osceola Press – Printing & Signs, the board discussed the Chamber’s ongoing rebranding process, communications and marketing strategies, and a 2022 slate of events. Other topics included exploratory work into board reorganization and formation of a political committee in the future.
“As the Chamber family and Osceola County continue to grow, there are many challenges and opportunities that we must take time to analyze. As champions for business and community, we will continue to connect our members to the amazing opportunities that exist in our community and help resolve the problems before us,” said Chamber President & CEO John Newstreet.
2022 Chairman of the Board Kevin Crain followed by saying, “I was encouraged by the engagement and enthusiasm of this Chamber’s leaders as we worked on how we can champion a positive business environment and a better Osceola community.”
2020-2021 Chair Adrianna Sekula of PureCycle Technology will officially pass the gavel to Kevin Crain at the Kissimmee/Osceola Chamber’s Annual Meeting in early 2022.
Serving Osceola County since the early 20th Century, the mission of the Kissimmee/Osceola County Chamber of Commerce is to be champions for business and community. Earlier this year, the Kissimmee/Osceola County Chamber was named “Chamber of the Year” by the Florida Association of Chamber Professionals.