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Membership in the Chico Chamber of Commerce gives you opportunities to connect, learn and make a difference in our community. This document contains the Chamber's membership application and describes the two different membership options (Basic and Enhanced).
The Chico Chamber's Partnership application presents an overview of the Chamber's four Community Impact Partnership levels (Champion, Steward, Visionary, and Legacy) along with benefits and pricing of each.
This document contains the Pooler Chamber's membership application for returning members. Includes the Chamber's tiered dues structure as well as options for membership add-ons.
This document contains the Pooler Chamber's membership application for new members. Includes the Chamber's tiered dues structure as well as options for membership add-ons.
This document contains the McCall Chamber's membership application and a description of membership levels and dues. This is an example of a tiered/shared dues model with add-ons.
The Michigan Association of Chamber Professionals (MACP) is the industry resource for chambers of commerce in Michigan. MACP's membership application for 2016 outlines the dues schedule, membership features by dues category, and member-only benefits.
The Olathe Chamber’s membership brochure describes the many benefits of Chamber membership and highlights the ways that the Chamber benefits the community. This brochure also contains a membership application, which asks if the business is a minority business.
The St. Louis Regional Chamber’s membership application requests information about the member’s business, including whether the company is minority-owned or woman-owned.
The Knoxville Chamber’s membership application requests demographic information about the member’s business, including whether the company is female-owned or minority-owned (Native American, Asian, African-American, or Hispanic).
The Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce includes terms and conditions of membership in their membership application.