Serving on the Government Relations Committee is the easiest way to get involved with our advocacy efforts. The Advocacy Committee meets on the 4th Monday of every month at noon. We encourage any member with an interest in business issues to attend these meetings. The meeting agenda includes updates from our local, state and federal officials; pending legislation that affects business; and plays a key role in helping us develop our legislative agenda for each legislative session at the S.C. Statehouse.
What is Spartanburg Tomorrow?
Spartanburg Tomorrow is a non-partisan, issues-based political action committee (PAC) launched in 2009 dedicated to giving voice to the concerns of Upstate businesses at the state government level. The PAC can make contributions to local-or state-level elected officials who have supported passage of items on the Spartanburg Chamber's Legislative Agenda. Spartanburg Tomorrow can also advocate policy and position on key business issues. The PAC's board of directors decide how to use PAC funds, with board members appointed by the Chamber's Board of Directors in two-year, staggered terms.
Why should I contribute?
By contributing to Spartanburg Tomorrow, you'll be part of a team collectively supporting the legislators who support the Chamber's Legislative Agenda and influence policy for the benefit of business across the Upstate.