Engage, Empower, and Educate Business for Greater Success
The Moab Chamber of Commerce represents and serves businesses and professionals seeking to grow our local economy and improve business climate while maintaining quality of life and fostering cooperation with business, government, and community.
Keep its Members informed about current events, local activities, and business issues
To provide programs and services to help our business succeed
Provide a voice in local government for the business community
Provide a forum for networking with other businesses
Promote the local economy
Moab Chamber Board of Directors
Moab Chamber President
Brendon is the Store Manager for the Moab City Market. He has a background in District and Regional Management, Human Resources, and Public relations. Most recently he was a regional supervisor over 18 Kroger stores in Colorado.
Before moving here nearly every vacation, and long weekend was spent in Moab. He has loved interacting with the town of Moab every day at the store. He’s never met a more passionate, caring people. He loves being a part of that community and building it’s businesses responsibly.
Moab Chamber Vice President
Lonnie Campbell sits as the Vice President of the Moab Chamber of Commerce and is the Business Banker at Zions Bank. As a multigenerational resident, Lonnie’s family has a rich history in the Moab area. Lonnie’s family founded Campbell Film Services in 1983. Throughout his childhood and young adult life, he worked side-by-side with his family to run their small family business. These
experiences helped to cultivate his strong drive for business and his desire to see economic success in our local community. In his free time, he likes to restore classic cars and spend time with his wife and two beautiful children.
Moab Chamber Secretary
Deb’s motto is, “Let’s keep the money in Moab, and if we can’t, then let’s keep it in the state!” Having Moab’s economy consistent and flowing is a main focal point for Deb. Business training with its many aspects, apprenticeships, and 12-month employment are some of the key issues that Deb wishes to see put into practice for our small business community. A business truth that has always rung true is that you cannot be profitable or productive to your fullest extent if you do not 100% embrace what you are selling, or making, or doing. One must know completely the ins and outs of a business for its success. The Moab Chamber of Commerce with its many resources is the vehicle to get you to the ultimate level of not just ‘getting by’ but attaining the level of success you personally wish to gain from your business.
Moab Chamber Treasurer
Sheree is currently the Payroll and Accounting Services Manager at Larson & Company. She has a long background working in accounting and loves what she does and the relationships she has formed over the years. She has been involved in other non-profits and community events since arriving in Moab.
She loves spending time with her husband, daughter and spoiled dog, Gunner. In her free time she enjoys the mountains, lake, traveling, keeping busy with her daughter’s school activities, or simply staying home in her backyard with family and friends.
Board of Directors/Ambassador Program Chair
Shalee is a financial advisor for Edward Jones. She has 13+ years experience in the financial industry ranging from accounting to banking to investments. She loves what she does because she gets to be part of her clients lives and help them to reach their financial goals.
Her husband Chad and her have 6 kids in a blended family. They love to be outside hiking, climbing, biking and much more so Moab was a really great place for them to land. They are so excited to be part of this community!
Board of Directors
Judy Copeland has lived in Moab for most of her life. She is a General Manager of Zax’s Restaurant, where she has worked for 17 years.
Judy loves people, which is why she loves her job! However, being a mother of four, Nana of six, is the best job ever in her book! She is committed to Moab and Moab business, and feels the Chamber can help them both in many ways.
Board of Directors
Taren is the marketing/PR and community development specialist with Emery Telcom. She loves this position because she gets to be involved in the different communities Emery Telcom serves. She attended Utah State University and the Jon Huntsman School of Business where she received her Master’s in Business Administration and Management. She has a passion and sincere love for rural Utah.
She was born and raised in Carbon County where she met her husband. They are parents to a sweet little boy and one big fur baby. Taren enjoys any type of adventure, traveling and sports, but is also content with staying at home spending time with her family.
Board of Directors
Mathew is a long time Moab resident. He has worked local retail in Moab for over 10 years. He currently works as a Renewable Energy Development manager. Mathew Develops Real Estate in Moab, owns nightly and long term rentals, and is a founding partner in Arches Vacation Rentals. Mathew volunteers as a firefighter on the Moab Valley Fire Dept. Father of four kids who are students within the Grand County school district.
“As a transplant from Los Angeles many years ago, I was welcomed by the community. I’d like to offer that same welcome to visitors looking to recreate, enjoy our beautiful surroundings, and perhaps even make it their home. Local business is an integral part of the Moab appeal..”
Board of Directors
Tanner Crump is the general manager at Crump Reese Moab – Chevrolet, Buick, & Ford. Tanner has over five years of sales experience and almost a decade of business management experience. He spent his college years at both Utah State University and the University of Utah and has lived in Moab with his family. Tanner is a dedicated Board Member for the Moab Chamber of Commerce.
Travel Council Representative
Elaine is the Executive Director at the Moab Area Travel Council where she has served the community for the last five years. She is also the co-founder and CEO of EN V Consulting. Elaine moved to Moab 11 years ago from Salt Lake City where she worked for a beauty and skincare company that did business through North American and Europe.
Elaine has a strong background in marketing, which is perfect for her role with the chamber and travel council.
City Council Representative
Currently serving my first term as a Moab City Councilor. I have the honor of sitting on the Chamber, the Grand County Airport, and Key Leader boards with the School district. A graduate from the University of Colorado Boulder, I have worked in the Outdoor Industry for over 25 years and currently own Poison Spider Bicycles with my husband and am the owner/operator of nightly and long-term rentals. As an advocate for all forms of recreation, I am trying to share the love of our Outdoor Mecca and world-class single track as a mountain bike coach for our local youth cycling team. Living and working in the Moab community for the last 23 years has been an enriching and fulfilling experience for myself and my family and I hope to help other individuals and families the same opportunity to thrive.
County Council Representative
Rory operates a family-owned tour company in Moab, Canyonlands by Night and Day, which has been in business since 1963.
His dedication to Grand county is evidenced by his nearly 8 years of service on the
Grand County Council. As the Grand County Council representative on the Chamber, he continually fights to represent business in both capacities.
In his free time Rory enjoys spending time with his wife and children.
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375 S Main St
Moab, UT 84532
330 S Main St
Moab, UT 84532
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