The Greater Huntington Park Area Chamber of Commerce primary focus is the concern with the business and commercial life of the city, and it works in partnership with city government in maintaining the economic health and prosperity of the business community.

The organization works on the creation of working relationships and partnerships with its members to promote the economic growth and development in the community.

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Today's Chamber of Commerce had several predecessors in the earlier years of the city's history.  Its lineage traces back to the first Huntington Park Improvement Association, founded in 1904 by the City Fathers who subsequently founded our first School District and Incorporated the City.  The Improvement Association, after a little more than a year of existence was expanded into the Huntington Park Board of Trade.  Later, when Pacific Boulevard began to develop into a commercial street, there was the Pacific Boulevard Association.


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Board of Directors

The Greater Huntington Park Area Chamber of Commerce is governed by a Board of Directors of 18 individuals that represent different businesses in the community.  The individuals are elected by the General Membership of the organization.  The elected individuals, who are considered the business leaders of the community, volunteer their time and willingly engage their business to the positive motivation of maintaining a progressive community.

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upcoming Event

Dec. 10: Christmas Mixer

Dec. 12: The Arrival of Santa

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This past weekend, on Saturday, November 21, 2015, the "Fabulous Holiday - Christmas Lane Parade" celebrated its 65th Anniversary presentation. The event attracted thousands of families along the Parade route. The event is annually presented by the Greater Huntington Park Area Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with the City of Huntington Park.

The festivity that kicks-off the Holiday Shopping Season for the businesses featured marching bands from local schools, and other areas throughout the county of Los Angeles, plus self-propelled illuminated floats, equestrian units, specialty/novelty entries and special guests from television and radio, plus dignitaries from the City of Huntington Park, Congress, State and County.

Serving as Grand Marshal of the Parade was...

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