Chamber Membership Benefits
One of the Chamber’s main roles is advocacy. We protect the interests of our members by keeping up to date with bylaws and policies that could have an effect on our member businesses. Having representation at the discussion table when policies are being formed enables us to protect those interests. Some of the issues with which the Chamber is involved are Business Development, Bylaws, Government Relations, Transportation, and Community and Economic Development.
There are, however, other benefits to being a member of the Legal & District Chamber of Commerce.
LEGAL ARENA WALLBOARD ADS
Monies raised from the Arena advertising space will be allocated to a new “Local Sports Community Grant”, which can be sourced by local sports teams and organizations serving the Legal & Area.
CRAFT N' TRADEFAIR
SUPPORTING LOCAL SMALL BUSINESS
The Chamber holds a annual Craft N' Tradefair the 1st Saturday of December in conjunction with the Town of Legal Light up the Park. Its an excellent opportunity for small & big businesses to be seen and showcase their wonderful merchandise.
POST SECONDARY SCHOLARSHIP
The Chamber is proud to support the development of future entrepreneurs by offering a post secondary scholarship.
One price of $1500.00 will be awarded annually.
BUSINESS REFERRALS & MEMBERSHIP LISTING
SHOWCASING YOUR BUSINESS!
The Chamber received many calls from residents new and old in regards to local businesses and services. In each case callers are referred to our business members, and directory online and in printed newsletter.
Frequently Asked Questions...
What is chamber of commerce membership?
A chamber of commerce is an association or network of business people designed to promote and protect the interests of its members.
How do chambers of commerce make money?
The Legal & District Chamber of Commerce does not exist to make money. Instead, its existence is firmly founded on the need for representing members' interests. Members of the Legal & District Chamber of Commerce are local business owners, and members of the community interested in local business growth. It also makes money through charging entry and admission fees to those interested in attending its events.