The Coalition of Central Coast Chambers supports a phased reopening that seeks to protect our region’s public health while allowing businesses to reopen and start the process of bringing our economy back online. We will continue to work with our public health officials, government officials and the business community on refining and implementing the guidelines in a manner that will sustain our safety and our economy.
What is the Central Coast Coalition of Chambers?
The Central Coast Coalition of Chambers, made up of 12 chambers within the "Central Coast Super Region" – from Vandenberg to Camp Roberts – seeks to unify the Central Coast to forge a stronger, more resilient regional economy by working with government, business and education leaders to invigorate the regional economy.
The Central Coast Super Region includes 10 cities, 2 counties and dozens of unincorporated communities and service districts and a population of nearly half a million people.
Our work includes marketing the region to attract investment, cultivating new businesses and job creation, fostering high-growth and high-wage sectors while supporting the expansion of existing business.
“The Coalition of Chambers works across the region representing the needs of thousands of diverse businesses.
In a time where everyone is searching for answers, a single source of clear, accessible and trusted information is essential.”
- Jim Dantona
San Luis Obispo Chamber CEO & Chair of the Central Coast Coalition of Chambers
The Coalition of Central Coast Chambers is made up of Chambers in both San Luis Obispo and Northern Santa Barbara County.
Chair: Jim Dantona - CEO, San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce