The Princeton Area Chamber of Commerce is an active and vital organization whose primary goal is to promote and support business within our city and surrounding area. In doing so, it allows all of our members to work to create a strong and vibrant economic environment within their businesses.


The Mission of the Princeton, Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce is to promote and enhance the economic vitality of our community and support our membership through educational programs, visitor information services, and community events which reflect our unique Mid-Western culture.



The Board of Directors consists of ten directors that are all members of the Chamber of Commerce. One half of the Board is elected each year for a two year term. We hold our elections at our annual meeting in October and new Board members take office at the January meeting. Any Chamber members wishing to serve are encouraged to contact the Chamber. There is no compensation for any Chamber Board Member. All Board Members serve as volunteers. Chamber officers are elected by the Board of Directors by the first meeting of the New Year. There are no term limits.

Matt Greget


(term expires 12-31-20)

Mike Jacobi

Vice President

(term expires 12-31-19)
Princeton Flea Market

Mark Judas


(term expires 12-31-20)
US Bank
920.295.6586 | cell 920.229.0971

Tabitha Pierce


(term expires 12-31-20)
American Family Insurance

Carol Bielski

(term expires 12-31-20)
Princeton Lions

Clairellyn Sommersmith

(term expires 12-31-20)
Princeton Public Library
cell 608.297.1267

Kelly Marshall

(term expires 12-31-19)
Raymond James Financial

Matt Trotter

(term expires 12-31-20)
Horseradish/Teak & Soxy

Mary Ernest

(term expires 12-31-19)
Mary's Antiques on Main

Mary Lou Neubauer

(term expires 12-31-20)
City Administrator/


Committee members are appointed by the President of the Chamber and serve one year terms. There are no limits to how long a committee member may serve. Chamber members are encouraged to volunteer for committees that interest them.

Jessica Greget –  262-206-3151
Matt Trotter – 920-980-2572
Tabitha Pierce –  920-295-6119
Clairellyn Sommersmith – 608-297-1267

Flea Market
Mike Jacobi – 920-787-4808
Mary Ernest – 920-960-5481

Mark Judas – 920-295-6586
Mike Jacobi – 920-787-4808
Matt Greget – 920-229-5690
Carol Bielski – 920-642-0028

Christmas in Princeton
Carol Bielski – 920-642-0028

Ambassadors Committee
Mary Lou Neubauer – 920-295-6612
Mark Judas – 920-295-6586

Green Lake Country Visitors Bureau
Matt Greget – 920-229-5690

Carol Bielski – 920-642-0028
Mary Ernest – 920-960-5481
Mark Judas – 920-295-6586

Crane Fest Committee
Carol Bielski (Chair) – 920-642-0028
Mark Judas – 920-295-6586
Tabitha Pierce – 920-295-6119

Now Hiring: Director of the Princeton Chamber of Commerce – Job Description

The Director of the Princeton chamber of commerce is a key representative and advocate for business owners and employers in a community.

The Princeton Chamber Director will plan, organize and oversee a range of services and events for members. They will maintain the chamber website that features local business news and a membership directory that is available to the public and potential new customers and clients.

The Princeton Chamber Board of Directors is looking for the right person to help lead our endeavors in a part-time capacity. Please email your resume by February 28, 2019 to with the subject: Princeton Chamber Director Application.



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