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How Much Does It Cost?

Chamber investment is billed annually, and is due on the member's anniversary date. In addition to your annual investment, you may also be charged a $40 one-time enrollment fee.

Number of Employees

Annual Dues
0-5 $469
6-10 $503
11-15 $713
16-20 $762
21-30 $878
31-40 $911
41-50 $934
51-75 $1,107
76-100 $1,161
101-125 $1,293
126-150 $1,404
151-175 $1,509
176-200 $1,614
201-225 $1,722
226-250 $1,831
251-275 $1,935
276-300 $2,010
301-350 $2,089
351-400 $2,170
401-450 $2,258
451-500 $2,380
501-550 $2,690
551-600 $2,799
601-650 $2,907
651-700 $3,027
701-750 $3,148
751-800 $3,272
801-850 $3,403
851-900 $3,540
901-950 $3,680
951-1,000 $3,826
1001+ $3,981
(Plus $2.10 per additional employee)

Exceptions and/or Additions

Financial Institutions: Banks, Savings & Loans, Credit Unions
$34 per million in deposits (minimum $469)

Professional (Architect, Attorney, Certified Public Accountant, Chiropractor, Dentist, Engineer, Physician)
$469 base + $105 for each additional licensed professional

Hotels/Motels: # of sleeping rooms
$469 + $4.85 per sleeping room

Hospitals: # of beds
General membership investment + $7 per bed