Florida Chamber Restart and Recovery Task Force to Provide Framework

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The Florida Chamber of Commerce is uniting business for good by connecting 150+ local chambers of commerce as they lead community efforts to restart and recover Florida’s economy. Through the Chamber Restart and Recovery Task Force, local chambers of commerce are collaborating with cities, counties, mayors, economic developers and job creators around a common framework that customizes the safest and smartest regional reopening of Florida’s economy.

“Restarting the 17th largest economy in the world requires uniting the business community like never before. We believe that local chambers and their partners can work together with Florida and America to reopen at the soonest, yet safest, possible time for their region,” said Mark Wilson, President and CEO, Florida Chamber of Commerce.

Just as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Florida Chamber are connected through a task force focused on linking the White House’s Opening Up America Again plan to the state’s, the Florida Chamber is connecting Governor Ron DeSantis’ Re-Open Florida plan to local chambers and other economic development leaders across Florida. Bringing the best thought leaders together to solve problems is not just an idea – it’s the best idea – and the root of the Florida Chamber’s existence.

Balancing the right health and safety outcomes with the right “re-start” is vital, and local leaders are uniquely positioned to unite businesses and community leaders around common objectives.

“While there is no one-size-fits-all plan, sharing best practices, being inclusive and not duplicating efforts is essential -- and that’s the cornerstone of the Chamber Restart and Recover Task Force,” said Tammy Bracewell, President, Florida Association of Chamber Professionals.

The Chamber Restart and Recover Task Force aligns local, state and national guidelines for reopening Florida in a strategic way that ensures the safety of all Floridians.

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