When you become a member of the Logan County Chamber of Commerce, you gain countless rewards that allow your business to grow professionally and socially. The Chamber works to make sure your voice is heard within our community, state, and nation. We serve as an advocate to our members in the following areas:
- Government Relations and Legislation
The Logan County Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to promoting business within the local community. When you become a member, you receive many networking benefits such as:
- Monthly e-Newsletter editions of Chamber News
- Legislative Receptions and Discussions
- Seminars and workshops designed to help your business grow
- Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting ceremonies
- Members-Only Business Referrals
- Chamber Links and Legislative Alerts
CHECK THE FACTS
Statistics show that businesses who are members of a Chamber of Commerce have an increased image among consumers and other businesses in areas of favorability, consumer awareness, reputation, and likelihood of future patronage.
Chamber membership is an investment in the future of your business. As a member, you are eligible to take part in a multitude of programs, services, and events to maximize the return on your investment. Don't delay become a member of the Logan County Chamber of Commerce!
Want to Stay Connected with the Chamber?
The Logan County Chamer of
Commerce is very active, and the
best way to stay connected to the
Chamber is to join our email list
to receive our monthly Chamber
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receive our newsletter, please
contact us at 304-752-1324 or
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See What Local Business Owners and Officials Are Saying About Us:
The Logan County Chamber of Commerce has repeatedly helped our business grow by referring new customers to McGrew Tire Company. The Chamber continues to keep the local economy growing by promoting local business. “Mark McGrew, Owner, McGrew Tire Company
"Chamber investors are provided the opportunity to broaden their connections at year-round events and leverage strength in advocating for common goals, including public policy. More importantly it is an avenue to showcase local businesses, no matter how large or small, and to promote the unique aspects that make our community great."
- Joanne Jaegar Tomblin, President, Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College
"The Chamber of Commerce brings together the premier businesses in Logan County, developing a better quality of life and promoting a sustainable business climate" Art Kirkendoll, Former President, Logan County Commission