Oct 13, 2021 - 3:00pm

Supporting Local Chambers Means Supporting Local Businesses


Associate Manager, Communications and Strategy

Local Chambers of Commerce are our nation’s strongest small business advocates, providing a voice for thousands of communities across America. When businesses succeed, communities succeed, and local chambers are there every step of the way empowering businesses to grow and thrive even in the most challenging of circumstances. That’s why the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is proud to celebrate “Support Your Local Chamber Day” on October 20th.

Over the course of the last year, local chambers, with support from the U.S. Chamber, led the way in helping small businesses safely reopen and put them on a path to recover from the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. To celebrate and highlight their efforts, here are three ways you can support your local chamber:

1. Support Other Chamber Businesses

Each local chamber of commerce website contains a directory making it easy to find businesses in your community. Supporting these businesses not only boosts the local economy but also fosters deeper community involvement.

2. Encourage Other Businesses to Join

Consumers know that businesses that are chamber of commerce members can be trusted to care about their customers and their communities. Becoming a chamber of commerce member means your business is backed by the knowledge and experience that only the U.S. Chamber of Commerce network can bring with its over 100 years at the forefront of the business community.

3. Follow Your Chamber on Social Media

If you haven’t already, follow your local chamber on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Want to stay in tune with business issues nationwide? Check out the U.S. Chamber’s small business blog Co, as well as Above the Fold for everything you need to know about policy affecting the business community.

About the Author

About the Author

richard hartnett
Associate Manager, Communications and Strategy

Richard is an associate manager on the communications and strategy team.