What is a Chamber of Commerce and what does it do?
The Chamber is a membership organization for area businesses which strives to enhance the economic vitality and quality of life of Erie County, Ohio, and seeks to attract new business, new industries to the area while retaining and growing existing business. The Chamber does this by offering cost saving benefit programs, educational and networking opportunities, business resources, exposure opportunities and government advocacy to protect and advance the interest of business. The Erie County Chamber of Commerce is a private, not-for-profit (501c6) organization. The Chamber is not a government body.
How do I become a member of the Erie County Chamber of Commerce?
Joining the Erie County Chamber of Commerce is easy! Simply fill out our online membership application or call our office at 419.625.6421.
Why should I join? What are the benefits of membership?
If you own or run a business, you're probably concerned about the government's impact on the economy - and your success.
Here's one thing you can bank on: membership in the Erie County Chamber of Commerce can help members save hundreds of dollars a year by brokering significant discounts on healthcare through Medical Mutual of Ohio, workers' comp premiums with CompManagement and VA Risk Associates, office supplies purchased at Staples or O-Supplies electricity and natural gas discounts through our partnership with COSE, credit card processing discounts, and more.