Building YOUR Business — Building OUR Community
Be a Part of Your Chamber
The Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber of Commerce is a volunteer-led, membership organization founded to promote the business environment in the Lewisville and Clemmons communities.
The Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber of Commerce is your connection to other businesses in the area. Chamber membership is an investment in your business, your brand and the business community in which your business operates.
As a non-profit organization, the Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber of Commerce:
- Reviews, improves, and promotes strong business practices
- Recognizes leadership and outstanding contributions to the community
- Supports the principles of free enterprise and promotes pro-growth policies at federal, state, and local levels
- Establishes best practices and stays in-step with industry changes.
Get involved and grow your business!
What Our Members Are Saying...
The LC Chamber has helped me grow as a business owner as well as a person. The group is outstanding with information around every corner. Everyone is nice and professional and a huge help with any aspect in your business!
Blue Moon Benefits Group
We've been members of the Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber for 9 years. We’ve been fortunate to connect with other local business owners, and the monthly meetings are relevant to our unique needs as a Forsyth County-based business.
– Keela Johnson
My growth has really been a result of the connections and opportunities to meet others through Chamber meetings and events. It's not what the Chamber does for me. It is the opportunities that arise by doing things for the Chamber.
Talk of the Town Coupons
The Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber is an integral part of my business. I've seen the benefit of my membership over and over again, and I don't hesitate to encourage other business owners to join. There's a place for everyone here.
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JOIN US FOR OUR MONTHLY MEETING
Join us for our June Chamber Meeting on Tuesday, June 8, at Bermuda Run Country Club. RSVP by June 1 at noon. Seating must be reserved for all attending. No exceptions.Read More