We live in a community where family and economic values are balanced, where the past is treasured, the present is embraced and the future is bounded only by the limits of our imagination. Across the board, the Chamber is a champion for free enterprise, from nationally recognized companies to small family-owned units. It is the organization effecting positive change, giving business a voice in the halls of government, protecting and enhancing the Longmont way of life.
Mirroring countless sister organizations in cities and towns across America, the Longmont Chamber is the first stop for entities and individuals seeking reliable information on our prevailing business climate. Diverse groups look to the Chamber as a source for best business practices, including leadership training, small business development, professional outreach, and workforce development, to name a few.
The advantages of Chamber membership are as impressive as the groups involvement, producing over 225 programs, events, committees, councils and work shops annually. All Chamber resources and activities have a common denominator: growing business.