The South Bay Association of Chambers of Commerce (SBACC) is a regional association of local chambers dedicated to regional issue advocacy in the South Bay of Los Angeles County. The SBACC represents seventeen chambers of commerce from Long Beach north to Westchester. The South Bay is an economic powerhouse and is home to the nation's largest port complex, robust national aerospace companies, and a large and diverse oil and energy sectors. Together, the members of the SBACC provide the leading advocacy voice for the regional business community of one of the most economically prosperous and culturally diverse regions in the entire nation.
The vision of the SBACC is to be regarded as the voice of business for regional issue advocacy in the South Bay
The purpose of the SBACC is:
• To provide coordination and to advance the common business interests of local Chambers of Commerce within the South Bay area.
• To serve as a public policy advocacy body on issues that impact the business and economic climate of the South Bay.
• To provide a forum and structure for cooperative educational programs and services that benefit the collective members of the participating local Chambers of Commerce and that does not compete with member Chambers