About the Chamber
The mission of the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce is to promote our community and its total economy and foster business-government relation to help you operate your business in it’s best possible environment.
Our diverse membership is comprised of small businesses, large industries, nonprofit organizations, area merchants, and individuals who promote business in the greater Marysville Tulalip area.
The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce is an independent, non-profit, business support agency committed to engaging and advancing the needs of the greater Marysville Tulalip area business communities.
The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce was established in 1908. In 2002 the Chamber expanded to include a counterpart Regional Visitor Information Center that responds to approximately 2,000 information requests from businesses, residents and tourists each month. The Regional VIC is located directly off of I-5 at exit #200 in Quil Ceda Village.
In 1996, Chamber leadership expanded the name of its chamber from the Greater Marysville Chamber of Commerce to The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce. While the Tulalip Tribe was already one of its members, the Chamber wanted to formally recognize and support Tulalip’s growing role in the region’s economy, plus it wanted to demonstrate the strength that comes from working together in partnership. To date, it is the first and only U.S. Chamber to partner with a sovereign nation.
We pledge that membership in the Chamber is a sound investment in your business, your community, your future.
Why Join the Chamber?
"As a non profit, being a part of the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce is such a great way to raise awareness and provide outreach into such a dedicated and philanthropic community. The members really care about each other’s successes and are committed to making positive impacts into the community. The team at the Chamber office and the Emissary Committee are so welcoming and helpful to every new member that comes on board and they continue to play an integral role in connecting members together. I appreciate all they do to support us!"
Jessica Shaw, Director of Investment & Partnership
Sherwood Community Services
"The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce has been the most active organization I have come across. The awareness, connections, growth, and most importantly the support from the organization have led me to some great business development since 2021! Being a member has been profitable for our hotel. But like they say even if you are part of the membership, you still need to network and attend as many events as you can to help your business grow and the opportunity is limitless. I look forward to continuing our membership with the chamber and invite you to explore the possibilities of the growth of your business with them!"
Sharon Gomez-Pascual, Sr. Sales Manager
Hotel Indigo Seattle Everett Waterfront
"Being involved with the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber is a joy. It’s honestly so refreshing to be around this group of community-minded professionals who just want to help each other succeed. The events are fun, the programs are educational, and the people are the best."
Connie Mennie, Communications Manager
City of Marysville
"I love volunteering with the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce. I am able to connect to other volunteers who are committed to supporting our local businesses in Marysville and Tulalip. It is a honor to work with the Board of Directors and our CEO Ivonne Sepulveda who are committed at giving back to others. The future looks bright for our Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce."
JJ Frank, Executive Director
Marysville Family YMCA
"The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce is much more than a resource for businesses. The GMTCC is full of community leaders who are welcoming and helpful to anyone who is looking for resources, assistance or a fun event to be part of. I am a proud member and have enjoyed serving with other Board Members who love these communities as much as I do. "
Mytyl Hernandez, Manager
Hibulb Cultural Center