Business Associations and Districts

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Hollywood Beach Business Association


Members of the Hollywood Beach Business Association are dedicated to preserving Hollywood Beach as a destination for fun and relaxation and a place visitors will want to come back to over and over again.
 
Hollywood Beach Business Association Mission Statement: "To take an active part in making Hollywood Beach a safer, cleaner, and more attractive place for businesses, residents and our visitors."

The HBBA is dedicated to:
  • Parking Limitations
  • Public Transportation
  • High Quality Unique Events on the Broadwalk
  • Property Tax Increase
  • Public Safety
  • Undergrounding of Utilities (including A1A West)
  • Historic Preservation Districting
  • Regional (Surf Road to Broadwalk)
  • Historic Preservation Designation
  • Specific properties (76)
  • Beach Master Plan Implementation
Meetings are held at
Garfield Community Center
300 Connecticut St, 2nd Floor
Email the HBBA for meeting dates
 
Hollywood Beach Broadwalk

Dan Serafini, Interim-President


Hollywood Beach Business Association
954.401.1325
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Couple eating in downtown

Downtown Hollywood Business Association


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The Downtown Hollywood Business Association promotes Downtown Hollywood and it’s businesses and facilitate the exchange of ideas and communications among member businesses and the local government. The DHBA is committed to being the voice of business' owners in City Hall and to promote positive incentives to create a better place to live, work and play. 
 

Meetings are 3rd Thursday of each month 3:30pm


 Hollywood Ramada Inn, Board Room-2nd Floor
 1925 Harrison St., Hollywood, FL 33020

Luis Guevara, President


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Johnson Street Business District


The Johnson Street Business District is an emerging grassroots member-led organization comprised of local business owners, residents and members of local government. Members are committed to developing an identity, improving the aesthetics of the district and promoting Johnson Street as a destination, while maintaining a unique multicultural flavor and charm. Members of the business district strive to provide exceptional customer service, know their customers and contribute as active members of the community. Businesses are located on Johnson Street between 56th Ave and US-441.

Meetings are 3rd Tuesday of each month


6:30pm
Gino's Italian Market
5729 Johnson St.
Hollywood, FL 33021

Idelma Quintana, President


Johnson Street Business District
954.281.2134
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Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce represents local business interests, promotes economic growth, provides leadership in community affairs and delivers services and programs for its business members.

There are three primary functions of a Chamber of Commerce:
• To act as an advocate for the business and professional community, translating into action the thinking of its members.
• To deliver specific services that can be most effectively performed by a local organization both to its members and to the community as a whole.
• To promote quality of life for the people of Hollywood.

Mission Statement


The Mission of the Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce is to be the organization that fosters a business climate that generates success, excellence and resources for our members and the greater Hollywood community.

Our Vision


The Vision of the Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce is to be the premier organization that dynamically promotes the distinctive interests of our business community.

Anne Hotte, CEO/Executive Director

 
Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce
330 N. Federal Highway
Hollywood, FL 33020
954.923.4000
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