Being a chamber of commerce member makes your business more desirable to customers. When a small business is a chamber of commerce member, consumers are 80% more likely to purchase goods or services from the business in the future (The Schapiro Group, 2012).
Our chamber of commerce will promote your business through our website, social media, community events, and print advertising.
Our chamber of commerce supports member businesses. It acts as a voice for the common interests of members and acts as a liaison between business and the town board.
Our chapter will help you network with other members and individuals in the community. We work closely with a national networking group- Master Networks to help members get to know others in our community and adjoining community, develop partnerships, and support other businesses.
Our chamber works closely with the Northern Colorado Small Business Center to host professional development events. These opportunities help you learn or improve upon skills that are essential to running your business.
Our chamber will help you become better connected to your community. You will become more aware of community and business issues and have the opportunity to become more involved with community events and support your local schools and charities.
Business owners and their business are included in the membership. Business owaners have the option to send a "business representative" to meetings or have as a primary contact for the business. For businesses that have multiple 1099 employees interested in being a chamber member, those individuals are able to join the chamber as an individual membership.
Community members/residents, 1099 individuals and other business employees that would like to join may do so with an individual membership.
We welcome all charities and Non-Profits to join our chamber with a discounted membership fee.
Dues are collected July 1 of each year. 2020 dues will be set on a vertical scale with additional benefits provided at each level (TBD).