Greater East Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce


About

As a business membership organization, the GEMC Chamber helps members build and grow their business with numerous promotional, educational, and networking opportunities throughout the year. Simply put, "It's great for business".

Since 1990 the chamber has served the Porter, New Caney, Roman Forest, Woodbranch Village, Patton Village, Splendora, Grangerland and much of Kingwood area is often referred to as "East County."

Contact

21575 Hwy 59 N
Suite 100
New Caney, Texas 77357

EMCID Building

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Events

Breakfast Connections with GEMC Chamber

Breakfast Connections with GEMC Chamber

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Come enjoy breakfast and an opportunity to network at the Kingwood Medical Center community room.

Every 3rd Wednesday of the month

Contact

281-354-0051


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