The Enterprise Chamber of Commerce has been serving local businesses and the community since 1941. The services provided by the Chamber are done so through a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build and grow a healthy economy. This dynamic collaboration is a living process to strengthen our community and improve the quality of life for all citizens. TOGETHER WE ARE STRONGER!
The Chamber is a non-profit (501c6) organization comprised of more than 650 businesses, organizations and individuals. Currently, the Chamber Team is staffed with three full-time employees led by Executive Director, Erin Grantham. The Board of Directors oversees the organization as the governing body, to advance the mission of the Chamber and collective goals to help local businesses succeed and prosper our community.
The Chamber's primary funding source is Membership Dues, which makes up 46% of the total annual income. Other sources of funding are provided through partnership contacts (28%), as well as Chamber hosted programs and events (26%).
Members get More! By joining the Enterprise Chamber of Commerce, you will have access to a network of professional and community partners dedicated to advancing our area's economic growth. Our organization provides opportunities throughout the year to connect our members with a strong professional support team, and a community of consumers to help you achieve your professional and civic goals.
THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IS THE BUSINESS VOICE OF THIS COMMUNITY!
INCREASE VISIBILITY AND BUSINESS EXPOSURE THROUGH PROMOTIONS, REFERRALS, NETWORKING AND HAVING A DIRECT BUSINESS RESOURCE.
LARGE AND SMALL BUSINESSES HAVE ORGANIZED TO STRIVE FOR THE PRESERVATION OF THE QUALITY OF LIFE AND ECONOMIC PROSPERITY OF THE COMMUNITY, WHILE COLLECTIVELY STANDING FOR THE PRINCIPLES OF PRIVATE ENTERPRISE AND INDIVIDUAL FREEDOMS.
BEING A MEMBER OF THE CHAMBER IS BEING A COMMUNITY PARTNER!
GENERAL ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP FEES
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP applies to any servicing, merchandising, or manufacturing type business. This includes sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, and limited liability companies. The number of employees are based on full-time employees.
*If your business employs part-time employees they are considered 2:1 (every two PT employees are equivalent to one FT employee).