There are many reasons to consider Membership in the Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce. Learn more about the associated fees, application process, and the benefits of membership.
We help you connect.
In 2019, our members will host 2 dozen networking events so you can build relationships with others in business. Our 3 major annual events provide more opportunities for business growth. Through the Chamber, you can connect, find ways to make money, and learn how to save money.
Learn current events, community information and professional development skills at regular gatherings. Chamber education workshops can help you get the edge in business.
President/CEO Dave Perry has regular meetings with Mayor Joe Winfield, Town Manager Mary Jacobs and Economic Development Manager Amanda Jacobs. Perry attends regular meetings of government to monitor and influence. Your membership helps us tell the story of business in Greater Oro Valley.
Sale of Oro Valley Dollars. Our Chamber has a partnership with the Town of Oro Valley through which we sell the local currency. Since June 1, 2013, our Chamber has generated $156,713 in OV Dollars sales, keeping money in the community.
Company listing on the Chamber website, www.orovalleychamber.com, and in the annual Map & Guide Directory, published in the fall.
Attractive membership insert to display, telling everyone you are member of a credible, pro-business organization.
Promotional and advertising opportunities, through event sponsorships; through advertising in our membership directory, and on our website, orovalleychamber.com.
The Chamber’s highly informative weekly e-newsletter.
Display your materials in our office, have us distribute information to visitors and people looking to relocate, and use our Wednesday e-mail to “blast” your offer.
NOTE: These costs include a one-time $25 administrative fee. Please subtract $25 to see your yearly renewal cost.
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My first year of membership with the Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce has been a beneficial and enjoyable experience. I have met a number of professionals through their numerous events, people I may not have met otherwise.
Being a Chamber Member has been a very positive experience for Splendido at Rancho Vistoso. Our recent opportunities for exposure have included hosting a Chamber luncheon at Splendido; sponsoring the 2012 Sate of the Town address and plans to host a mixer and sponsor a breakfast this Summer/Fall.
I finally joined the chamber last year and really appreciate all the genuine help and support I have received. You cannot get that kind of support from any other means. As a small business owner, I feel like I am part of the community in a way that ties me to others more socially and it is important to have that sense of belonging and fellowship.