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Why Join the Chamber?

Why Join the

Chamber of Commerce?




♦ Boosts Your Business Image ♦


Chamber members receive publicity and exposure through monthly publications, a membership directory, as well as distribution of your promotional literature in our office and at Chamber events.





♦ Provides Business Referrals ♦


The Chamber receives daily requests for recommendation on goods and services in Jeff Davis County.  We refer these newcomers, residents and businesses to our Chamber members.  The Chamber is constantly working to draw more tourism to our area, thus increasing local revenue.





♦ Connects You with Others ♦


In today’s business world, it really does matter who you know.  Active chamber members who participate in the many networking events and programs sponsored by the Chamber have the opportunity to build strong business relationships, earn referrals from other chamber members and improve visibility in the business community.  Additionally, ribbon cutting events give new businesses the opportunity to introduce themselves to other chamber members.


♦ Impacts the Community ♦


Membership in the Chamber lets your customers know that you are part of a team of reputable business owners and professionals who are working to better themselves and their community.  Members receive a decal to prominently proclaim their membership.




♦ Provides Business Community Updates ♦


The Chamber serves as an up-to-date information center for new business development, including area club and organization listings, area and state calendar of events, industrial directories, area demographics and city-county maps.




♦ Makes Your Business Stronger ♦


The Chamber provides value-added services to its members, including information about the market place, small business management support, educational opportunities, special events, benefit programs and insurance discounts.




♦ Gives You a Political Voice ♦


The Chamber protects and nurtures the business and regulatory climates by working in partnership with local, state and federal governments.



Sonya Miller,
Jul 19, 2016, 6:45 AM