The Clark County Republican Party has joined the The Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce.
Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler, State Senator Lynda Wilson, GVCC Ambassadors, and many CCRP members at ribbon cutting ceremony held at CCRP's Annual Lincoln Day Dinner.
Looking to get more involved in and support the local business community, the Clark County Republican Party has become a member of the Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce (GVCC). On May 19th at "Party of Lincoln Gala GVCC Ambassadors held a special ribbon cutting ceremony to mark CCRP's new membership.
“I was excited to recommend Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce membership to my fellow board members at CCRP. Our goal in joining GVCC is to promote community involvement and collaboration. Too often, people label political parties and politics in general as an unworthy party of American Culture. I want to change that. Civic knowledge, awareness and activity is a right we have as Americans under our Constitution that is denied to many in other countries. It is time we recognize that we are all part of this great community and come together in a civil manner to discuss ideas to solve issues that face our community. Joining the GVCC helps build relationships with businesses and other organizations in Clark County that will ultimately allow us to better serve Clark County.”, said Stacie Jesser, CCRP's State Committee Woman and President of the Clark County Republican Women's Club.
"Many of our members and supporters of the Clark County Republican Party are also members of the Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce. I, as well as many other party members and our elected Clark County Republicans attend many of the Chamber events and work to promote the local business community in Clark County. With the similar interests and great work the Chamber does in the community, and when presented with the opportunity, it was an easy decision to join. I look forward to continuing to work with local businesses and growing our partnerships. We thank the Chamber for all they do and hope to be another great part of the team!", said David Gellatly, CCRP Chairman.