Delivering the Voice of Business
The Torrance Chamber (TACC) leads organized, mission-driven advocacy to produce results for its members. Whether representing the interests of its members on macro policy issues or providing services for members on a specific issue, the Chamber has the resources and connections to help its members obtain the outcomes they need when dealing with government. This is why the TACC is the Take Action Chamber of Commerce.
Donna Duperron, Torrance Area Chamber of Commerce, delivered more than 1,200 petitions from constituents who support Prop 13, the historic property tax reform that keeps property taxes in check, to Assemblymember Al Muratsuchi’s district office.
To represent the interests of the Torrance business community, the Chamber’s leadership meets regularly with elected officials at all government levels through the Governmental Affairs Policy (GAP) program. The TACC’s time-tested decision making process ensures the positions the Chamber takes toward policies, regulations, and projects are taken prudently and timely.
When businesses experience or notice potential issues with current or upcoming legislation, they can easily let the TACC know. The TACC makes sure that concerns are strongly heard by policymakers. This collaboration between members and the Chamber ensures continued economic prosperity for the Torrance area.
Providing Access to Leaders
For over 100 years, the TACC has served as the voice of Torrance business. To grow their business, business owners are encouraged to leverage the Chamber’s relationships with key leaders in the community.
Keeping Members in the Know
The Torrance Chamber maintains connections with countless organizational partners to help Chamber members stay up to speed with the latest employment laws and trends in business and government affairs. “The Advocate” e-newsletter provides convenient updates on a monthly basis.
Results drive the Torrance Chamber. The TACC produces meaningful outcomes for its members through solid preparation, execution, and follow through.
- 21 Bills deemed bad for business
- 16 Stopped