Thanks in advance for taking time to read our newsletter, we hope you find the information interesting & useful.
“It is the mission of the Bishop Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau to promote business, tourism, and greater Bishop for the betterment of the community and its residents.”
We are a non-profit 501(c)(6) organization and we work tirelessly to sustain and improve our local economy. Membership support helps us to accomplish this mission – thank you!
Next Chamber Mixer at Union Bank
Please join us for after hours fun!
Date: Tuesday, January 14th
Time: 6:00-8:00 pm
Location: Union Bank, 362 N. Main
Enjoy complimentary appetizers, no-host bar & great company. All members & guests welcome – please bring a friend!
Career Connections Event
Find out who is hiring, how to get an application, what skills & education local employers are looking for, and where to get volunteer and internship info. Hosted by Eastern Sierra Employment Collaborators Group at Cerro Coso Community College, Bishop Campus. Free admission. 12-4pm. For more information, call (760)873-8778.
Ski Pass Raffle Winner Announced
The Bishop Area Chamber of Commerce recently conducted a fundraising raffle and the prize is certainly a great one! Thanks to the sponsorship of Craig Cannon and The Local Book telephone directory, the Chamber raffled a full season pass to Mammoth Mountain, valued at nearly $1,000!
The lucky winner was Justin Forbes of San Marcos.
The Chamber is grateful for the The Local Book sponsorship and would like to thank Community Printing & Publishing for printing the tickets and everyone who purchased tickets for the fundraising effort.
Upcoming Community Events. This is just a partial list of some upcoming events, for expanded list please visit the calendar page of our website.
January 5: Wranglers Report Back on 100 Mules Walking. 2pm, Metabolic Studio IOU Garden in Lone Pine.
Through January 10: Joe Profita Cyanotypes & Palladium Prints. Featured Artist show at The Project Room at Independent Project Press. 186-A Willow Street in Bishop.