The Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce proudly represents two cities – Bothell and Kenmore – and we excitedly announce our new brand to properly reflect our representation and support of both cities: the Bothell Kenmore Chamber of Commerce!
Our Chamber supports 350+ businesses and the economic prosperity of Bothell and Kenmore. In 2012, due in large part to the leadership of Kenmore City Manager Rob Karlinsey and business leaders such as Carl Michelman and Annie Harkess, we established a strategic partnership with the City of Kenmore to represent Kenmore businesses – the Kenmore Business Alliance, thus officially expanding the Chamber’s influence beyond the borders of Bothell.
Rob Karlinsey, Kenmore City Manager, says “We couldn’t be more excited about our partnership with the Chamber and hope that more Kenmore businesses join the membership.”
Our new name naturally leads to a new logo that represents a fresh and modern visual identity. The color blue was chosen to represent the stability and continuity of the Chamber, and the color green added to represent the second city, and the growth and vitality of our community.
The blue and green waves represent the tree-lined Burke-Gilman Trail and the Sammamish River that run parallel to one another, connect our two cities, and are such an integral part of our community.
Brittany Caldwell, Executive Director of the Chamber, says “It is an exciting time in Bothell and Kenmore. We are looking forward to expanding our membership to create even greater opportunities for connections and collaboration.”
The Bothell Kenmore Chamber invites all Bothell and Kenmore area businesses and professionals to join the Chamber, experience the benefits, add your voice to legislative influence, and support other businesses.
We look forward to continuing our dedication to the economic prosperity of the greater Bothell and Kenmore area in a competitive world.
For more information please contact:
Elizabeth Tackett, Marketing Manager
Bothell Kenmore Chamber of Commerce
About our Chamber… In addition to representing Bothell and Kenmore, we are also the official Bothell Visitor Center. We attract thousands to the area through large community events, provide new and existing business assistance, act as a unified voice for legislative issues promoting local economic vitality, connect thousands of professionals every year, and provide assistance to visitors, new and current residents, and much more. Proving Bothell and Kenmore have much to offer we currently attract members from 17 different cities.