Join the Chamber

A business or organization gets “real clout” when working in a cooperative effort with others in the community. Together we can stimulate orderly growth and economic development, work with state and national legislators on major issues affecting our local towns and county, develop social responsibilities affecting homes, schools, and health, and promote the free enterprise system. We’re in this together.

Of course, it takes money to operate the Chamber and its various activities. That’s where the membership investment dues come into the picture. By combining time, ideas, and financial contributions, our Chamber members are having a strong influence on the decisions and activities that benefit us as individuals and as businesses, as well as our families and the health of our community.

Benefits and Costs of Chamber Membership

Cover of "Key to Business Success"We invite you to become a member of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce! Click on the image to the left to see our “A Key for Success” booklet for more information on the benefits of Chamber membership and a full dues cost schedule. Then give our staff a call with your questions or to arrange a personal visit.

And when you’re ready to join, here’s the membership application form – Chamber Membership Application

What Other Members Are Saying

“Being an active member of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce has increased the local recognition of Brittain World Travel and has contributed to my sales.” – Peg Martin, Owner, Brittain World Travel

“My Chamber membership has been an excellent resource for me. The luncheons are a great way to network and hear about what is going on in the community and the topics are always timely.” – Ken Thorpe,
Owner, Powder River Heating & Air Conditioning

“My Chamber membership has given me an opportunity to become involved in the community and in turn has increased my business tremendously.” – Jerry Foster, Manager, Wyoming Wireless

“Being a member of the Chamber has been a great investment for the Sheridan Community Land Trust. The avenues for outreach and communicating with other local businesses have been worth the membership dues alone, not to mention all the other great platforms they provide for networking and partnering with businesses in the community.” – Colin Betzler, Executive Director, Sheridan Community Land Trust

“The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce helps us to continually make new business contacts, keeps us informed on local happenings, and provides us with a resource to grow our organization. I firmly believe that it is necessary for a business organization to be part of the Chamber if they want to attract more customers and grow their business in Sheridan County.” – Matt Childers, General Manager, Fremont Motors Sheridan

[More of what they’re saying]

Chamber Membership Investment Dues Schedule

   

Annual Investment

For-Profit Business or Organization

   

0-5 Employees*

 

$235

6-10 Employees

 

$290

11-15 Employees

 

$345

16-20 Employees

 

$415

21-25 Employees

 

$490

26-30 Employees

 

$530

31+ Employees

 

 

$530 + 7.10 for each over 30

Not-For Profit Business or Organization

   

0-5 Employees*

 

$120

6-10 Employees

 

$145

11-15 Employees

 

$175

16-20 Employees

 

$210

21-25 Employees

 

$240

26-30 Employees

 

$260

31+ Employees

 

 

$260 + $3.55 for each over 30

     

Individual/Associate Member

 

$120

Second Business**

 

$170

     

* All employee counts are based on the number of Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) employees in the Sheridan County area (part-time employees are counted as .5 FTE)

** Second Business is a business with the same ownership as an existing Chamber member (the business with the lesser number of employees)

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