Tourism means $$$ to Wickenburg!
Established in 1983 by congressional resolution. Chambers, Visitors Bureaus, local and state hospitality businesses celebrate National Travel and Tourism Week on May 5th through the 11th.
"National Travel and Tourism Week gives communities across America an opportunity to collectively recognize the contributions and opportunities that travel and tourism provide," said Julie Brooks, Wickenburg Chamber Executive Director. "Here in Wickenburg, where tourism is such an instrumental part of our economy, we are very proud to be the official destination marketing organization for our community."
Chamber hospitality members will recognize the industry by selecting visitors to award a special gift to throughout the week.
About the Chamber
THE WICKENBURG CHAMBER BRAND PURPOSE:
The Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce exists to be the catalyst for business growth, the convener for leaders and influences, and the champion for stronger communities.
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The Wickenburg Chamber’s Resources & Tools are FREE to businesses.
Explore 1,500 links to information from federal, Arizona, Maricopa County, and best-of-the-web sources. Click the button above to learn more.
Our Chamber’s site also has links to information targeted to Wickenburg’s veterans, minorities, women, manufacturing, agriculture, restaurants, hotels, retail stores, data centers, logistical companies, construction firms, health-related businesses, artists, and other sectors of our Arizona economy. “We Mean Business for You!”
The Santa Fe Depot
Built in 1895, the historic Santa Fe Depot is now home to the Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau.
216 North Frontier Street, Wickenburg, Arizona 85390
Phone: (928) 684-5479
Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM; Saturday through Sunday, 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00PM; closed weekends
Julie Brooks, Executive Director/CEO
Mike Wallace, Administrative Assistant
Sheila Goode, Office Coordinator
Sierra Blunt, Digital Guru
Become A Volunteer – Helping to make our town a better place to live.
Among the many things that make our community a vibrant place to be and a unique place to live is the spirit of volunteerism that unites us all. Abundant opportunities exist for getting involved and giving your time and talents to our great community organizations that depend on volunteers to operate.
The Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce is always looking for men and women to volunteer in the chamber visitor center and during the many heritage events that we produced annually for our community. If you have a love for our community and meeting new people, we need you!
On our website, you will find a list of community organizations, please take a few minutes to learn more about them.
To volunteer at chamber events and the visitor center, please contact staff at 928-684-5479.
PRESIDENT - brent mckeever - mckeever’s ace hardware
PRESident-ELECT - geri fair - desert cypress mobile home & rv park
SECRETARY - Jessie Solper - the dumpster diva
TREASURER - RACHEL wILLIS - WICKENBURG HIGH SCHOOL
PAST PRESIDENT - brenda heRshkowitz - premiere tax services
DIRECTOR - david stander - edward jones
DIRECTOR - sandy kester - twisted dogwood & Reset design
DIRECTOR - ashley meece - Arizona Public service
director - tifanie moore - studio two70, llc
EX-OFFICIO - COUNCILMAN KELLY BLUNT - TOWN OF WICKENBURG
Chamber Membership Benefits
We invite you to take a few minutes to learn more about us. The Wickenburg Chamber is committed to enhancing the town’s quality of life through numerous programs. The Chamber attempts to fulfill its mission through the efficient running of various committees, including film, education, tourism, transportation, community development, governmental affairs, and special events.
Chamber membership has many benefits. Members gain exposure through the Chamber’s membership directory, monthly Business after Hours Mixers, participation in committee activities, and by attending the numerous seminars and quarterly luncheon meetings. Members are informed of Chamber activities through a monthly e-Blast, the Chamber’s Facebook page, The Hassayampa Alert monthly newsletter, and this website.
Most often, the Chamber is the first contact for visitors, new residents, and businesses coming into the area. Through public relations, the Chamber works closely with the Town of Wickenburg, hospitality members, and regional and state tourism agencies to provide valuable information.
We respond to thousands of telephone calls, letters, email inquiries and walk-in visitors who want relocation and tourism information. Membership in the Chamber offers an opportunity to be part of an organization dedicated to promoting growth and creating an economically sound future for Wickenburg – a great place to live, work and play!
Keeping your business visible is one key to business success, and The Chamber has several ways you can increase that visibility. They include the following:
Quarterly Luncheon hosts are wanted for September 20, and December 19 dates. The scheduled June 20 luncheon is sponsored by ADELANTE HEALTHCARE. (Thank you again to our March sponsor Arizona Central Credit Union!) The luncheon provides timely information and topics from great speakers. Our Sponsors receive pre-event promotion, company logo placement in newsletter & FB, material handout on tables, and time on the agenda to share your business information. Cost is $250, which also provides 5 guest luncheon passes.
Business over Breakfast sponsors were confirmed this year – Thank you to the following:
Wickenburg Christian Academy on April 24, UMB Bank on July 17, and Desert Cypress Mobile & RV Park on October 30. The event occurs three times each year, starting at 8:00 a.m. The morning mixer gives the host time to share business information. Call staff for 2020 date sponsorship. Hosts provide coffee, juice and ice tea, sweets or a continental breakfast and paper products. Chamber staff will take a short video during the event for our host to use on website or FB pages. The format is a quick 50 minute morning blast at the business location.
Other opportunities: Regular monthly sponsors for mixers (2020 underway). Mixer Host sheet will be provided listing the responsibilities and promotional exposure. 2020 Quarterly Luncheons, and Business Over Breakfast sponsorship.
Tell your business story in a monthly 60 word article in the Hassayampa Alert. Please submit to chamber staff by the 15th of each month.
Bring a door prize for Mixers and Luncheons, and be recognized for your support, or sign up to host one of our Chamber University Lunch ‘n Learn Seminars. Call chamber staff for more details at 928-684-5479.
We value your membership and look forward to seeing you at the upcoming events!
Remember to shop local and with a fellow chamber member!
Join us for our Chamber programs and events, visit our chamber website at
www.wickenburgchamber.com and click on Chamber Events!
Don't forget to register or RSVP for our programs and seminars!
Please call us with any questions at 928-684-5479.
Julie Brooks, Executive Director
Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce
216 N. Frontier St., Wickenburg, AZ 85390
Thank you for your membership!
ARIZONA CHAMBER EXECUTIVES
The 2018 Legislative Agenda for Arizona Business has been published and distributed in the first few weeks of January. This annual agenda provides an opportunity for Arizona chambers to work together on local, state and federal issues of great importance to the business community. With great success the 2018 agenda had over forty chambers endorsement.
This year the agenda focuses on important key areas of education, taxation, transportation, infrastructure and quality of life. The legislative agenda is useful for many reasons. It can be used a tool for chambers to show how they are advocating for their members at the legislature alongside other chambers of commerce.
This agenda also provides the framework for the ACE Local Chambers Call which will start on January 15. The purpose of the weekly calls to update chambers on what is happening at the legislature. Various bills are tracked and dis-cussed providing important information for the chamber executives to educate their members. This living document is reviewed and updated every year to keep it relevant, fresh and valuable.
The Wickenburg Chamber Board of Directors adopted this agenda in November as one of 40 chambers in Arizona.
Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce is a firm believer in collaboration. Our community alliance are organizations who share a similar mission, vision or community with us. We are pleased to have the following organizations as chamber members, and our community alliances.
Be sure to check out the organizations below. check out their events and programs on the community calendar, and tell them The Chamber sent you!
Soroptimist of Wickenburg, Inc.
Wickenburg Desert Stagers
Wickenburg Dog Park
Wickenburg Elks Lodge #2160
Wickenburg Saddle Club
Wickenburg Business & Professional Women
Knights of Columbus Council #9838