Frequently Asked Questions
The Mt. Zion Chamber of Commerce strives to enhance the economic well being of the business communities it serves and to develop and deepen relationships and promote business activities.
As a member of the Mt. Zion Chamber of Commerce your business will be listed in our printed and online directory, can attend monthly luncheons and will be listed on the back of the meeting agenda. Your business will receive referrals from other members. Your business can grow by advertising or sponsoring various Chamber events. And the best part, you will feel like you are part of the Mt Zion Chamber family as you make long lasting business connections.
You can start off by attending the monthly luncheons. As you gain more knowledge about other members and their services it will help your business grow. You can also attend exclusive chamber events such as the Annual Banquet and Community Prayer Breakfast. You may even decide to join our Ambassadors group and eventually became a part of our Chamber Board and/or an officer. Regardless the level of involvement you choose, you will have had an opportunity to meet hundreds of people while gaining some lifelong friends and business colleagues through all of your chamber experiences.
We currently have 175 active members.
No, the Mt. Zion Chamber of Commerce is not part of the government. It is a separate non-profit corporation. The Mt. Zion Chamber of Commerce does believe that a healthy business community is invaluable to the community as a whole. The Chamber tracks local, state, and federal issues impacting business and maintains close contact with the Mt. Zion Village and EDC to promote beneficial business legislation.