Rob Campbell, Employment Tax Credit Manager at KBKG, was recently appointed as the new Co-Chair for the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce Legislative Action Committee. Rob is to serve in this capacity with incumbent co-Chair Susan Cabral-Ebert of IATSE Local 706 and will also sit on the board for the Hollywood Chamber Political Action Committee. “The Chamber has been a great resource for me over the last two years. I’ve learned so much about my community just from participating in the committee,” says Campbell. “It’s a great bonus for KBKG to be able to work with the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. It allows us to better assist our clients with the issues that affect them. In fact, much of the legislation discussed in these meetings is relevant to the work that our firm does; such as single-sales factor apportionment and Enterprise Zone tax credits.

The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce was formed in 1921 consisting of owners, managers, presidents and other key representatives. The Chamber’s main purpose is to enhance the City of Hollywood’s business growth and culture while maintaining the city. KBKG advocates the importance of giving back as well as building lasting relationships within the community. KBKG has several clients within the city of Hollywood and surrounding area, principally with restaurant, film and music production clients. By utilizing client feedback and needs, KBKG is able to provide turn-key services to its clients as well as assist with the Chamber to improve the community. The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce Foundation is an organization developed to provide financial and educational support to those in need. Some significant achievements that the Chamber has reached thus far consist of providing more than $250,000 in grants, constructing the infamous Hollywood Sign and the Walk of Fame.

To learn more about how the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce advocates the interests of businesses in the Hollywood community, please visit www.hollywoodchamber.net.

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