1. Noontime Networking

    December 1 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
  2. Ambassadors Committee Meeting

    December 2 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
  3. Human Bingo with HYP

    December 3 @ 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm
  4. Coffee with The Chamber

    December 4 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am

Welcome to the Greater Heights Area Chamber of Commerce.

The Greater Heights Area Chamber of Commerce (GHACC) is a member-focused organization through which members can effectively develop their business and themselves. Since its founding in 1988, the hallmark of the Chamber has, and continues to be: “People do business with people they know, like, and trust.” Relationships developed in the Chamber become part of one’s business infrastructure. New friends can be found in the Chamber and some of those friendships will last a lifetime. Members can learn how to grow their markets, supply their business, mentor associates or even find a special mentor. GHACC works diligently to provide benefit to all members, be they new, or long-term.

This growing Chamber provides a forum into which its members’ businesses can fit together in an atmosphere of mutual benefit. Active participation provides multiple benefits including access to the entrepreneurs and management of business and organizations with differing viewpoints and methods that work. An abundance of activities provide networking occasions to create new business opportunities, obtain business referrals, join committees, have fun and enjoy a camaraderie unique to Heights Chamber members.

Just as the “Heights” is known for its uniqueness and historical Houston significance, the GHACC blends businesses, promotes “Buy Local First,” and has often been described as a “not so well kept secret for successfully serving its members.”

Chamber News

Greater Heights College or Vocational Scholarship Application

November 18th, 2020|

GREATER HEIGHTS COLLEGE or VOCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION DEADLINE:  February 20, 2021 Eligibility: Any senior planning to attend college or vocational school in the fall. Be from one of the following area schools: Heights High, Waltrip, Northside, Washington, Scarborough, Lutheran North, St. Pius X, St. Thomas, YES (Central), KIPP (Central), Incarnate Word, Law Enforcement H.S., Memorial Hall, Houston Heights H.S., New Christian Heights Academy, Gateway Academy Process: Application review by March 8, 2021 and finalist notified by March 15, 2021 In person interview the by the end of March 2021 Winners and schools notified in early mid-April 2021 Winners and schools awarded at the Education Celebration, early May Winners must give the higher education financial aid address and [...]

2021 Print Directory Advertising on Sale Now

October 13th, 2020|

The annual printed directory of members is a prime way to keep your advertising message before not only Chamber members, but the community as well. Published for more than 17 years, this pocket-sized directory is a reference guide for products and services offered by Chamber members. The directory has a 365-day life, so your ad is always there. For new businesses this is a low-cost way to reach members and present your capabilities. Placing an ad featuring your photo is an effective way to enhance your recognition among members. The directory features a membership roster section that enables users to quickly locate the name of a member contact and their business. The alphabetical business directory section [...]

“Adopt a Teacher” Program

October 11th, 2020|

Recognizing that continuing education online, in the classroom, or even both, represents a cause for growing concern among teachers whom must adapt to extraordinary teaching conditions. To aid teachers with much needed support in the midst of pandemic times, the GHACC is establishing an “Adopt a Teacher” program. The online program will pair up teachers, from schools that are allied with the Chamber’s Education Committee, with sponsors who will provide supplies, materials, prayers, and other needs as identified by each teacher. Sponsors will have the opportunity to support an individual teacher or teachers from a selected school; choose to support their child’s school; or provide assistance as an alumnus of a particular school they attended. Sponsors [...]


Member Benefits

Why join the Greater Heights Area Chamber of Commerce? If you own a business or are involved in the Houston Heights, being a member of the Greater Heights Area Chamber of Commerce brings you numerous benefits.  Invest in your organization’s future and join the over 500 members that already are reaping the benefits.  To begin learning about membership benefits, attend a monthly Member Orientation Luncheon and begin to realize them immediately.

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Chamber Connections

Here is an unusual new business contact made at a recent ribbon cutting.  Ambassador Jordan Bailey of Sabo Tax & Accounting Services was speaking with Danielle Stewart of Historic Heights Living magazine. Jordan was holding the new member plaque for Daniel Wood Floors, which he was going to present later. Danielle saw the name on the plaque, wrote it down and said that she was looking for a flooring company. Truly a networking contact success and the Chamber at work.

Always good to hear from Jack Van Pelt, our resident jeweler. Jack proudly reports that Byron Rusk and the staff at Master Car Care have always helped him with his car repairs. In return, Byron has made purchases at JVP Jewelry.

Tommie Vaughn Ford, long term member of the Chamber has provided Jack Van Pelt with so much automotive buying and vehicle servicing benefits he can’t even remember them all.

If you have a good example of members doing business with each other and would like to see it on the Chamber website, just email a short note with the details to communications@heightschamber.org.

Welcome New Members!

ActionCOACH Houston Inner Loop

Alta Washington


Constans Business Solutions

Fizz Nails

GLO Resources

Heights Endodontics

Mendy Kay Interiors

TanSpire The Sunless Experts


Members Helping Members!

Has looking over the SBA loan options, the CARES Act, and the constant barrage of information about COVID-19 left you overwhelmed or frustrated?  Here at the Greater Heights Area Chamber of Commerce, we can help!  Check out our Membership Directory to find the business professional that best fits your needs!


Here’s why being on a Chamber Committee expands my business connections.

“Joining other Chamber members on a committee establishes recognition of me for my business and service capabilities. With an opportunity to provide new ideas or input in the planning and staging of Chamber events, I have the occasion to meet and interact with fellow members in different fields. Working together provides an arena for me to expand my skills in areas where I may not have been involved before. Equally important is learning how vital collaboration can be to my future success. The Chamber offers a variety of committees, so there are many looking to grow and add new talent.”


Donna Torres
Greater Heights Business Solutions

Here’s why I put Noontime Networking on my Calendar Every Time.

“I know the Chamber monthly Breakfast Connection is a good networking opportunity but, as a working mom, early mornings can be hectic for me. The bi-monthly Noontime Networking sessions fit my schedule perfectly. I can have lunch, learn about a member’s business, and effectively network all in the course of time I would normally spend just going to lunch. Thanks to the Chamber for serving my needs.”


Danielle Stewart
Historic Heights Living Magazine

Here’s why I Sponsor a Chamber Event!

“One of the benefits of being a part of the Heights Chamber is the opportunity to promote and highlight my business in a cost-effective way to fellow members. I have found that sponsoring an event brings with it an additional emphasis on my business and recognition of me and my services. I know that members do business with fellow members and getting them to know me and my capabilities better, leads to future business and referrals.”

Jason Cantrelle
Jason Cantrelle State Farm Agency

Member Spotlight

Alexis Legg

A huge welcome to a new member, Alexis Legg. Alexis is opening a preschool in the Oak Forest area and has immediately acclimated to the Heights environment. She has been getting to know families in need of care as well as supporting small businesses.

Alexis was born in Denver, Colorado, and moved to Dallas at the age of sixteen. Why is this of interest, you might ask? Alexis has never been skiing!

Alexis found her way to Houston in 2007 to attend the U of H (Go Coogs!) where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management and a Master’s in Education.  

Alexis’ passion is education. Her first job was as a ballet instructor for three-year-olds and she credits herself as an early childhood education expert with a passion for curriculum implementation. 

Her family includes husband of ten years, John, and two children, five-year-old Cristopher and three-year-old Caroline.  Rounding out the Legg crew are Bella and Baxter, the Legg’s pets.

Thank you, Alexis, for joining our Heights Chamber family.  We look forward to seeing you at our events!