Board of Directors and Staff

Why Your Chamber Matters

From Bob McCool, Former President & long-term member | Superior Chamber of Commerce

Most people are aware of chambers of commerce but aren’t quite sure what they do. They are independent member organizations and their members are businesses. They are not part of the government. More than 250 businesses make up the Superior Chamber of Commerce. These businesses are involved in our community and can be seen at Town events, sponsoring local school activities, and more.

Did you know:
About 35 percent of the Chamber members are business owners that call Superior home? They run businesses here, live here, and have families here. When consumers know that a small business is a member of their local chamber of commerce, they are 44 percent more likely to think favorably of it, and 63 percent more likely to purchase goods or services from the company in the future.

So next time you visit a local restaurant, buy your groceries at the store, or look for that special gift, ask if they are involved in the Chamber. If they are, thank them for making our community a better place for both residents and businesses alike


T.J. Sullivan—Executive Director

Tricia Brzostowicz—Assitant Director

Angie Rhoades

Aspen Management

Barbara Jaynes

Stephanie Miller
Citywide Banks
Vice President Membership

Ted Dorr
Double D’s Sourdough Pizzeria & Taphouse
Vice President Public Relations

Weston Baur
Aspen Management