What We Do

What We Do

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THE BENEFITS, OUR “TOP TEN”:   

  • Team-Building – As a member you will receive cooperation and assistance from the most capable firms in the community, and will have opportunities to pay this help forward. The Chamber works with its members to build a better McCamey.
  • Publicity and Exposure – Chamber members receive real exposure through news articles, referrals, Facebook posts and the Member Directory on our website, with opportunities for further promotion through community and event sponsorship.
  • New Contacts – One major reason to consider active participation with the Chamber… it is a great chance to connect and network with other businesses and organizations.
  • Representation – The Secretary and Board of Directors serve as a voice for Chamber members, local business and the community of McCamey in local and state government.
  • Referrals – Did you know, the Chamber of Commerce makes more than 5 referrals a DAY? Talk about hitting your “target”. Our Facebook posts and website direct people to local businesses 24-7!
  • Civic Pride – Members make a difference in McCamey by working to improve our residents’ quality of life and business environment. Our Directors also volunteer their time with local organizations and on Boards that serve the community, such as the MISD & Hospital District.
  • New Customers – The Chamber markets to and supports industries and businesses that bring people, employment, and a better economy to McCamey. This includes promoting local events and tourism, because new visitors=business!
  • Resources and Assistance – We are not only a Chamber Office, we are also a Visitors Center, which provides information to those in need and connects local businesses and investors to the resources needed to grow and start new companies.
  • Shop Local – The Chamber’s goal is to keep the money flowing within the community and make those dollars work for the community.
  • Informed Members – The Chamber works to keep members informed about any and all regional and state issues, either by media articles, newspapers, personal visits, meetings or events.