Benefits of Chamber Membership

Networking.  Chamber luncheons are some of the best ways in town to make contacts that are invaluable to your business--contacts who could be potential customers, clients, and vendors.  You can meet other local business leaders, share ideas and information, and benefit from each others’ experiences.  It is a network that can lead to new business.

Publicity and Advertising.  Your business will be listed in the Chamber’s online Business Directory--expanding your market area even if you do not have internet access.  Sponsorship opportunities are also available at the Chamber’s community events.

Special Events.  Business opportunities exist for companies who become involved in the Chamber’s variety of special events including the annual Easter Egg Hunt, Take Your Kid Fishing Day, Veteran's Day Dinner, Christmas Parade, and Spring Fest.

Image.  Studies show that consumers are 63% more likely to buy goods and services from a company who belongs to the local Chamber of Commerce.  They are also 57% more likely to think positively of its local reputation.

(See national study entitled, “The Real Value of Joining a Local Chamber of Commerce,” by The Schapiro Group from Atlanta.)

Good Working Relationship with the City:  The Chamber has established good rapport with our mayor and city council.  The city council has an appointed liaison to the Chamber who keeps us informed of city happenings.

Community.  There’s nothing more rewarding than volunteering your time and talent to make the community where you live and work a better place.  The Chamber is committed to community development and improving the quality of life for you and all those who live in and around Springville.