Bothell chamber of commerce changes name to include Kenmore

The Bothell chamber of commerce has been re-branded to include its neighboring city of Kenmore.

The new organization will be called the Bothell Kenmore Chamber of Commerce and will officially represent businesses in the two cities. The chamber has been working with Kenmore businesses and the re-branding formalizes the partnership between businesses in both communities.

More than 350 businesses are represented by the chamber with members from 17 cities. According to a press release, a partnership was created in 2012 between the city of Kenmore and business leaders which allowed the chamber to expand into the city.

The chamber represents a wide array of businesses such as Kenmore Air, Inglewood Golf Club, Daniels Real Estate, Bastyr University, Kenmore Camera and Cairn Brewing, among others.

“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,” Chamber executive director Brittany Caldwell said in a press release.

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