Chamber of Commerce
Serving Corning and the surrounding areas.
The Adams Community Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to assuming a leadership role in advancing the overall business, cultural and civic welfare of Adams County.
To become a member, please see the links below. Thank you for your interest in joining the Adams Community Chamber!
Read the latest information from the Chamber of Commerce in our monthly newsletter and to see a quick layout of what events are happening in our community.
Join the Adams Community Chamber of Commerce Mailing list!
The Adams Community Chamber of Commerce business directory represents businesses, large or small, storefront or home-based, and individual supporters who are committed to supporting and helping the Adams Community prosper and remain a viable business community.
Join the Chamber
Join over 100 other members who support the Adams Community Chamber of Commerce! Membership annual dues are $10 for students and individuals 65 and older to $400 for businesses who have 13 or more fulltime equivalency employees.
Why Join the Chamber? Credibility Network Community Growth Visibility Voice
Adams Community Chamber of Commerce offers innovative member benefits designed with business success and empowerment.
Credibility: Your Reputation matters! Chamber membership is respected by the community.
Network: It’s not just who YOU know, it’s who OTHERS know to build and strengthen your business! Networking is Powerful!
Growth: Our Chamber strives to bring quality training, educational opportunities and economic GROWTH through community partnerships.
Voice: We work to inform, educate and advocate on your behalf! Gain a say in what happens through our advocacy efforts.
Visibility: STAND OUT and get noticed as an active member of your community and increase exposure.
Community: Creating a STRONG local economy attracts new talent and develops an environment that a growing workforce wants to live, play and STAY in!
Meet our Staff
Marti Gebbie Executive Director
Marti Gebbie was born in Seattle, WA and joined the United States Air Force under the delayed entry program as a Junior in high school in 1987. Gebbie retired in 2013 after serving 25 years in the Financial Management career field. She then went on to work for the Washington State Department of Transportation as a Fiscal Analyst managing the Amtrak Cascades rail service until moving here in 2018.
Gebbie has two associates degrees in Financial Management from Pierce College in Tacoma and from the Air Force.