Identification - Membership decal identifies you as a leading local business gives you credibility.
Networking Opportunities - “After Hours Chat”, held the 2nd Tuesday of each month at a different business in our area; “Coffee Chat”, held the 3rd Thursday of each month at a different business.
Ground breaking, Grand Openings & Ribbon Cuttings - Let us help you introduce your business to the community, or celebrate your growth! Promote your grand opening event and gain exposure in the community for your new business or expansion with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
Membership Directory/Central Baldwin Magazine - Be listed both alphabetically and by category in this Chamber publication of its members and their products and services.
FREE Basic listing on Chamber Website - Be listed on our website for FREE. Each member gets the business information such as contact person, address, telephone number, email address and 50 word description about the business.
Seminars/Workshops - Topics may come from members and local, national and even international experts are brought in to address members concerns or questions about running a business.
Special Events to Help Market Your Business & Network - Annual Banquet, Annual Prayer Breakfast, Annual Job Fair, Flavors of the South, and more.
Small Business Assistance - The Chamber partners with SCORE (Senior Corp of Retired Executives), the Women’s Business Center, and the Small Business Administration to help give members more resources offering evaluation, problem solving and professional counseling.
Conference Room Rental - The Chamber has a conference room that accommodates 16 people and is available as a member to use for a important client meeting. It is not intended to be used for weekly meetings. An LCD Projector and screen, Wifi, complimentary coffee and kitchen accommodations are available.
Committee Involvement - Make great contacts and take a leadership role in your community by participating in one of the Chamber’s various committees, including the events committee, health committee, education committee, membership committee and much more.
Education - The Junior Executive program is designed to enhance the quality of leadership skills of high school students, offer job shadowing experience, and educate students by getting them involved in their local community. In April, students are driven to the State Capitol for a tour and lunch with elected officials at the Capitol City Club. A scholarship is awarded to at least one Junior Executive senior at the end of the school year.
Member to Member Discount Program - This program offers the members and their employees a discount at participating member businesses.
Research and Demographics - Detailed demographics and statistical data are available to Chamber members, including population, housing, employment, income trends and more.
Ambassador Program - Be an Ambassador for the Chamber! Attend and assist with ribbon cuttings, grand openings, groundbreakings, special events, etc. and network with others wanting to know more about the Chamber. An “Ambassador of the Month” award is given out with your photo in the paper.
Sponsorships - The Central Baldwin Chamber provides customized sponsorship packages for companies looking to expand their marketing reach in the community.
Visitor Information Center - At our Chamber building, we will greet hundreds of visitors each year and encourage them to explore the Central Baldwin area while frequenting member businesses. Displaying your brochures and business cards in our media room will provide more exposure for your business/organization.