Frequently Asked Questions about membership, dues, and chamber benefits.
Does the chamber offer group health insurance?
Yes. Highmark Blue Cross/Blue Shield through our affiliation with Chamber of Commerce Service Corporation.
Are there sponsorship opportunities?
Yes. Through tier levels members receive sponsorship during special events and in the newsletter and on our website. Sponsorship opportunities are available to all members in addition to the tier level they belong in.
Are there networking opportunities?
Yes. The Chamber holds “Business After Hours” as requested for area businesses, as well as various events.
Does the Chamber hold Grand Opening Ceremonies?
Yes. The Chamber supports the opening of new businesses and/or business renovations in the area by attending and providing the scissors for ribbon cutting ceremonies.
What services does the Chamber provide?
The Chamber has local and state maps, tourist brochures and information to distribute to visitors to the area. We also provide brochure space for Chamber members. The Chamber also provides referral services to businesses who are Chamber members.
Does the Chamber have conference space available?
Yes. The Chamber office has a conference room that seats up to 25 people. The conference room is available to Chamber members free of charge. Non-members are charged a rental fee of $50.
Why join a Chamber of Commerce?
The more members the Chamber has, the better it can represent the business community. It accomplishes collectively what no other business could do alone.
What if I am interested in joining the Chamber of Commerce?
If you are thinking about becoming a member, please contact the Chamber Office at 724.588.7150. We will discuss membership details and fees at that time.
Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce
Serving Northern Mercer County
The Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce is an association of business people concerned about improving the area in which they do business. We are a not-for-profit organization. Our strength lies in the number and diversity of our membership. Both large and small businesses from virtually every profession are represented and influence the direction of the Chamber's programs. These programs are financed by membership investments.
The more members the Chamber has, the better we can represent the business community. We accomplish collectively what no other business could do alone.
We are not a department of the city, county or state government; a political body, a civic club or professional society; a social service, welfare, or charitable institution; a private advertising, publicity or public agency.
Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce | 182 Main Street, Greenville, PA 16125