Chamber membership is much more valuable than any list of services and benefits could possibly communicate. That’s because the real value is in the relationships developed, the economic development your membership helps to generate and the advocacy efforts on your behalf regarding business friendly legislation. All of these help to keep our local business community sustainable and growing! There are also a number of direct, tangible benefits that members can use right away.
Click the chart to view the membership levels and benefits. To discuss the membership options or for help finding the right fit for your business, contact the Member Relations Director, Paige Grochoske at firstname.lastname@example.org or 704-490-4972.
Ready to become a member? Complete the online application.
The following are a few advantages of being a chamber member. For a detailed list of benefits, click on the "Membership Levels and Benefits Chart" link listed above.
We will organize an event in honor of your investment that is complete with the ceremonial scissors and ribbon, invitation to the city officials of your city/town, promotion of your special event. To further market your business, the chamber will share photos and video on social media sites.
Chamber membership offers many opportunities to enhance the visibility of your brand through annual events such as the Chamber Golf Classic, the Women in Business Conference, the New Teachers Welcome Lunch, as well as business listing in our online membership directory and printed directory/relocation guide.
Many turn to the chamber for networking opportunities. We at the Cabarrus Regional Chamber of Commerce hope to provide events that encourage members to turn networking into long lasting relationships. Our goal is for you to be successful professionally and personally for many years to come!
Business Education and Resources
The majority of chamber members are small businesses. We know that often times, that means you, the business owner or manager, do not have a human resources department or a marketing department or an IT department. YOU are all of those departments. We work hard to pull together subject matter experts to provide you with education and resources to run your business more smoothly and efficiently.
Advocacy and Public Policy
Your chamber works with local, state and federal officials to represent your business in many aspects. Together as a group we can work towards better workforce development, exceptional education, strong infrastructure including transportation, etc. You can get directly involved by attending our advocacy committee meetings or continue to run your business knowing that we are working for you. Many times local officials can be found at ribbon cuttings and other events. (Pictured above on the left, Congressman Richard Hudson visits AL Brown High School's certified welding program.)
Find ways through the chamber for you and your business to get more involved in the community.