Community July 13, 2022

How the Boerne Chamber Gives Back

Kim Blohm joins me for a conversation about the Boerne Chamber.


Today I’m excited to be joined by Kimberley Blohm, the president of the Greater Boerne Chamber of Commerce. Our relationship with her goes way back, and we couldn’t do what we do without her support. Today she’s here to share some news about the Chamber and discuss how they give back to the community.


The Chamber has been growing, which is a blessing for the business community. They just reached 900 members and expect to hit 1,000 soon. Kim attributes that to the growth of the community of Boerne itself. Many people have followed their entrepreneurial spirits here to start businesses.


I love when people who relocate here embrace the family culture that Boerne is known for.

That’s not for no reason—with its great school districts and strong support for local businesses, Boerne is the crown jewel of the hill country. I love when people who relocate here embrace the family culture that Boerne has in spades. I can always tell new arrivals they can rest at ease in our community.


Recently, Kim and the Chamber put together an amazing event to honor all of the teachers in Boerne’s school districts. As further testament to their commitment to academia, the Chamber also offers four scholarship programs to local high school seniors in Kendall County. Whether they’re pursuing a medical degree, trade school, or entrepreneurship, local businesses like Move Logistics and Boerne AC are there to sponsor them.


If you have any questions or would like to know more about our partnership with the Greater Boerne Chamber of Commerce, give us a call or send us an email. We’d love to hear from you.