About the Marsh Area Chamber

Our Mission (in 2022 and beyond)

In keeping with our mission, Members of the Mayville and Horicon community and other interested parties, recognizing the importance of a strong local economy, pledge our cooperation in encouraging growth and profitability of existing businesses seeking to establish their business in the Horicon Marsh Area. To promote and advance the area business community, we have organized this Chamber of Commerce , which will act at the direction of its members, and through its duly elected representatives, pursuant to its Constitution which is hereby adopted.

2021 Year in review:

Chamber Flyer 2021 News in Review

Marsh Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Board

  • President – Christopher Neu
  • Vice President – Vance Mattila
  • Secretary – Dawn Gindt
  • Treasurer – Kristine Mattila

Mayville Chamber of Commerce Board

  • President Curt Schmidt – Piggly Wiggly
  • Vice President Stephanie Albers – Horicon Bank
  • Treasurer Ryan Martin – Mayville Savings Bank

Board Members

  • Chris Neu – Sidelines
  • Jason Kierzek – Cardinal Lanes


  • Kate Larson – TSB Bank
  • George Neu – The Tinker Shoppe
  • Dawn Gindt – Administration

Horicon Chamber of Commerce Board

  • President Vance Mattila – Hardware Hank
  • Vice President Amy Kuhlman – Marshland Pharmacy

Board Members

  • Darlene Kurtz – Horicon Bank
  • MaryAnn Eidem – Horicon Family Chiropractic
  • Rich Appel – Horicon Superintendent of Schools
  • Brenda Bruyette – Coldwell Banker Realty
  • Joanne Zehren – TAB
  • Bryce Remy – City of Horicon
  • Kristine Mattila – Administration


Programs Business and Community Programs

Ambassadors’ Program

The Ambassadors Program is a voluntary position for the Chamber of Commerce whereas the Ambassador communicates member needs, questions or concerns to the Chamber staff.

An Ambassador would advocate for new Memberships and invite others to participate or volunteer in Chamber Events.

Ambassadors are encouraged to participate in the Chamber Meet and Greets, Grand Openings and Ribbon Cuttings to welcome new businesses to the area.

Ambassadors are a member or employee of a member in good standing with the Chamber of Commerce.

Meet and Greets, Grand Openings, and Ribbon Cuttings

These events are where the Chamber Recognizes new businesses/ new business owners/ major changes to existing businesses through a scheduled greeting and newspaper photo opportunity or Ribbon Cutting. Members of the Chamber of Commerce will be invited to your event at a scheduled time where you can introduce yourself and your business. 2021 welcomed – True Value Home and Hardware, D & D Pizza, BRH Enterprises, ANJO LLC, The Open Door, The Mayville Park Street Square, Legacy Medical Services, The Audubon Hotel and Event Venue, Rustic Roots, Sweet Pea’s Pies, and The Beauty Boutique.

MACC Business & Citizen of the Year Awards and Dinner

The Mayville Area Chamber of Commerce would like to Recognize and Celebrate the outstanding efforts of our local businesses and individuals who give so freely of their time and efforts to make Mayville a better place to live, work and play.

If you would like to nominate a business or individual for one of these awards, please fill out this form and email form to info@mayvillechamber.com or mail to 10 S Main Street, Mayville WI 53050.


Citizen of the Year

Mayville Savings Bank

Business of the Year

Mayville Savings Bank


V.I.P. of the Year (Vital Industry Partner)

RCI Engineering

For more information on programs or how you could make a difference volunteering your time please call the Marsh Area Chamber of Commerce at (920) 387-5776.

The Chamber would like to give you news the way you want to hear it. What’s the best way to hear news about the Chamber? Annual Meeting? Newsletters? Email? Email us at: Info@mayvillechamber.com. Stop in and see us at: 10 S Main Street Mayville WI 53050.

Network Nights – “5 o’clock Somewhere!”

If your business would like to Schedule “5 o’clock Somewhere” at your location please contact the Mayville Area Chamber of Commerce at info@mayvillechamber.com. We will send out invites via email to Chamber Members!

Mentor Program

Who was your mentor? Most of us can think back to someone in our life that made a difference in how we processed and made decisions in our life. Workplace mentoring is taking one of our area youth and supporting both job specific and soft skill development. Building relationships, learning to be a critical or creative thinker. This could be your chance to teach (and learn) the art of decision making by giving and receiving feedback. If you would like to help us build this program and grow our team with your participation, please reach out to the Mayville Area Chamber of Commerce at info@mayvillechamber.com.