On January 11, the Greater Omaha Chamber (www.omahachamber.org) conducted a statewide tour of Nebraska communities and businesses. Representatives from Omaha were hosted by two Nebraska chambers of commerce – the Scottsbluff/Gering United Chamber and North Platte Area Chamber & Development.
This tour, the first conducted since the COVID-19 pandemic, gives leaders from around the state an opportunity to listen and learn from each other’s communities to align joint economic and business goals, and to strive for a better connection and future success of Nebraska.
Representing the Greater Omaha Chamber were:
- Veta Jeffery, president and CEO
- Mickey Anderson, chairman of the board
- Scott Moore, chairman, Public Policy Council
- Jennifer Creager, senior vice president of Public Policy
“Nebraska works best when it works together. This tour gave me a great sense of how different Chambers serve their communities – all with the same goal in mind. I learned so much I can take back with me to the Omaha area. I can’t wait for the next tour,” said Veta Jeffery, president and CEO of the Greater Omaha Chamber.
The mission of the Greater Omaha Chamber is to champion a thriving business community and a prosperous region through visionary leadership and collaboration. The organization is made up of over 3,000 members working to make Omaha a vibrant place to do business, work, and live. To learn more, visit www.omahachamber.org.