Membership Info

FAYETTEVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

2017 MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION


PURPOSE

The purpose of the Chamber is to provide services to its Members in order to advance the general welfare and prosperity of Fayetteville and the Fayetteville area so that its citizens and all areas of its business community shall prosper.  


ELIGIBILITY

Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce Membership is open to any person, business, or organization with a common interest in advancing the general welfare and prosperity of Fayetteville and the Fayetteville area.


MEMBERSHIP LEVELS

Complimentary Level - Offered to local qualifiying non-profits

Community Supporter Level - Designed for individuals, seniors, educators, and students. Support Fayetteville! Meet Others! Be Involved!

Basic Business Level - Designed for small businesses and organizations that do not need the additional benefits offered in the Expanded Membership Level.

Expanded Business/Organization Level " Designed for larger business and organizations and or those with more than one business wishing to take advantage of all possible benefits offered by the Chamber.


SIDE-BY-SIDE COMPARISON of CHAMBER BENEFITS

Download Here.


MEMBERSHIP APPLICATIONS

Community Supporter Application Download Here.

Basic Business Application Download Here.

Expanded Business Application Download Here.

To better help you chose the membership level that will support your business, please call 979-378-4021 OR email us at info@fayettevilletxchamber.org.  One of our chamber representatives will contact you to help you choose the level that will serve your business needs best.


FAYETTEVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BYLAWS

Bylaws Download Here.


BOARD AND MEMBER MEETINGS

Unless rescheduled, Meetings are held at 7 PM on the third Wednesday of each month in Fayetteville City Hall's Community Meeting Room located at 202 W. Main Street.  Meetings are open to all interested parties.  Attendance at meetings is not required.


BOARD MEMBERS

Stephen Cushing, Liz Cubage, Kim Sodek, Tammie Royer, Terri McPherson, and Gary Haggerty