About

About the Grand Lake Area Chamber of Commerce

The Grand Lake Chamber is a not for profit organization (501(c)6), which works to support the Grand Lake business community and promote a sustainable year round economy. The Chamber is contracted by the Town of Grand Lake to manage the Grand Lake Visitor Center and all marketing for the community.

The Chamber is overseen by a volunteer Board of Directors and daily operations are managed by the Executive Director and Chamber staff.

As a not for profit, the Chamber is funded through generous grants and by the support of the membership.

The Grand Lake Chamber is now the proud home of The Outstanding Grand Lake Foundation.
You can learn more information about it here: Outstanding Grand Lake Foundation

During the summer we are open 10 am-4 pm; 7 days per week!

Winter/Spring Hours:
Monday 10-4 pm
Tuesday 10-2 pm
Wednesday 10-4 pm
Thursday 10-4 pm
Friday 10-4 pm
Saturday 10-4 pm
Sunday 10-4 pm

 

Chamber Membership

Becoming a member of the Grand Lake Area Chamber of Commerce is a great way to promote your business while showing support for the local business community. Chamber members receive a variety of benefits including a web listing, event support, educational & mixer invitations, one on one consulting and promotional support through a variety of outlets. Members are also given the exclusive opportunity to advertise on the Chamber website, bid on a variety of projects that occur throughout the year and sponsor highly trafficked events. Please contact the Chamber today to learn more about membership or apply now!

Membership Upgrades
Membership Application

 

About the Staff

Executive Director, Samantha Bruegger: Samantha is a California native who fell in love with Grand County, relocating to the area to work for the Chamber of Commerce. She possesses a BA in Women’s Studies from University of California Riverside and a Master of Public Policy from Pepperdine University. Samantha’s past work experience includes work in local government & business relations and environmental policy. Her local favorite activities include canoeing, Nordic skiing, hiking and rafting.

Director of Marketing and Events, Katelyn Stahl: Growing up on Lake Michigan, Katelyn has always had a passion for being outdoors. After moving to Indianapolis, she attended Indiana University Bloomington studying in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Katelyn has recently obtained her BFA in Photography and Graphic Design from the Herron School of Art + Design in Indianapolis, IN. She enjoys spending her time exploring the beautiful Rocky Mountains and the scenic rivers and lakes surrounding the Grand County area.

Team Member, Janelle Yeagley: Janelle joined the Chamber staff in early 2015. She moved to Grand Lake from Greenwood Village, and counts boating and cross county skiing as her favorite Grand Lake activities. She lives on Lake Granby with her husband, Clint, her two children and her dog Daisy. Janelle holds a M.B.A. and a B.S. She is currently the Chamber’s Bookkeeper and Membership Manager, while working to assist visitors in our bustling Vistor’s Center.

Dianne Drake-Foss: Dianne is the newest member of the team and works as a Visitor Center Greeter.

Grand Lake Chamber Of Commerce Board Of Directors

 

Hayden Burke, ACME Band
President

Bob King, Pancho & Lefty’s
Vice President

Jim Kroepfl, Lucky Jim
Treasurer

JT Piribek, Rocky Mountain Stand Up Paddleboards

 

GRAND LAKE EMERGENCY INFORMATION

www.gcemergency.com

 

Job Applications Here: Job Application Form