Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Chamber of Commerce?
A Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit, membership-based organization dedicated to protect and improve the business climate and quality of life within a specific region. Although Chambers often work with large public agencies, they are not departments of any government organization. At the Pelham Chamber of Commerce, our mission is to promote economic development and be the catalyst for member prosperity. The Pelham Chamber of Commerce partners with businesses, organizations and coalitions to work toward common goals of supporting the community and fellow businesses.
How do I find out if a business is a Chamber member?
Please search our online business directory. You may also call the Chamber at 229.229.4924.
What are the dues? Are dues tax deductible?
Dues are based on the size of your organization and type. Chamber dues are deductible for federal income tax purposes as a business expense. To find out more about Chamber dues contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 229.294.4924.
Does the Pelham Chamber of Commerce endorse candidates?
No. The Pelham Chamber of Commerce is a nonpartisan organization and does not endorse political candidates or participate in campaign activities. The Pelham Chamber of Commerce is committed to educating our members on issues that impact the competitiveness of our region and the ability of local companies to hire, grow and prosper. Through advocacy efforts, we provide resources to help members make informed voting decisions and get engaged on pressing business community issues.