Leaders come in all different shapes and sizes, but they all share the characteristic of serving others. The Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce is fortunate to have an amazing group of volunteers named Ambassadors that truly exemplify servant leadership in our community.  Our Ambassador group is comprised of Chamber members that give of their time and talents to further the mission of the Chamber.  

Ambassadors are a common element of chambers across the world.  Each chamber chooses to utilize the group in a way that best meets the needs of their membership and community. This group of volunteers quickly takes on an identity that makes them unique and, if done right, also makes them a group that any outsider would welcome the opportunity to belong. Their passion for helping others and their perspective of serving as an opportunity to meet the need of a fellow business owner becomes contagious. 

Our Ambassadors are an asset that easily raises the bar of our Chamber. I simply cannot brag on them enough.  From day one they have made my job as the Executive Director so much easier and I do not know what our staff, Board of Directors and members would do without their efforts.  At every chamber event you will see our Ambassadors going above and beyond the call of duty to welcome new members, engage current members, and prospect potential members. But, even beyond that, you will see them helping sponsors set up their display table, helping staff prep and clean up events, or even supporting another member when they experience loss.  They are the best example of building and maintaining genuine relationships.

“I don’t look at volunteering as a task, I look at it as an opportunity to meet new people, to make a new relationship, and to serve this wonderful City of Spring Hill & the Chamber of Commerce.” – George Bobier of Jan-Bo’s on the Rocks, 2018 Ambassador of the Year

We appreciate all that our Ambassadors do to lead with servant hearts. We want to formally thank them for their hard work and for the impact they have made in positively influencing our business culture to create a better Spring Hill.

  • Rebecca Melton, Executive Director, Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce