The Boulder Chamber's mission is to build a strong community by supporting local businesses, strengthening the business environment, and sustaining economic vitality. Membership to the Boulder Chamber allows your company to support the Boulder business community while tapping into resources through Member Services, Economic Vitality, and Advocacy. This document outlines the various levels of membership, including Non-profit ($295); Entrepreneur ($395); Founder ($795); Trailblazer ($1395); Vanguard Partner ($2395); Elite Partner ($4395); and President Partner ($9395). View more about the Boulder Chamber's membership levels here.
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.
The Chattanooga Area Chamber's membership brochure describes tiers and membership benefits at each level.
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.
This sample outlines the Lodi Chamber’s 2016 Membership Levels, with price, value, and membership benefits at each level. The tiers include: Small Business ($398); Growing Business ($841); Leading Business ($1260); Marketer’s Tier ($2500); Vision 2020 Chairman’s Partner ($5000); and Associate Partner ($229), which is a special level for non-profits, clubs, and churches.
Commerce Lexington membership is the best value for your marketing dollar and in addition to helping to grow your business, your investment continues to support our efforts in public policy, economic, and workforce development. This document outlines investor levels and benefits for Standard, Gold, Silver, and Bronze Investors. This sample was provided as part of the 2016 Chamber of the Year application.
This document outlines investor levels and benefits for Diamond, Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze Investors. This sample was provided as part of the 2016 Chamber of the Year application.
This document contains the membership dues/fees schedule for joining the Elmhurst Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The schedule addresses for profit business; banks, savings & loan, and financial instutions (in Elmhurst and out of Elmhurst), non-for-profit business, and not-for-profit organizations..
This commitment form for Leader Level plus members allows for a more customized approach to membership. Members are able to craft their plan with the Chamber, including their membership, use of their Chamberbucks stipend, and additional cash sponsorships/advertising opportunities.