Find Emelle Alabama chamber of commerce, and local city business chambers. Chambers of commerce provide information on local business listings and directories, business practices, networking meetings, events, and marketing.
DeKalb Mississippi Chamber of Commerce PO Box 518 De Kalb MS 39328 20.0 miles from Emelle 601-743-2754
Eutaw Alabama Chamber of Commerce 111 Main St Eutaw AL 35462 25.5 miles from Emelle 205-372-9769
Aliceville Area Chamber-Commerce 416 3rd Avenue Northeast Aliceville AL 35442 29.4 miles from Emelle 205-373-2820
Macon Mississippi Chamber of Commerce 198 Washington Street Macon MS 39341 30.2 miles from Emelle 662-726-4456
Demopolis Area Chamber of Commerce 102 East Washington Street Demopolis AL 36732 31.5 miles from Emelle 334-289-0270
East Mississippi Business Development Corporation 1901 Front Street Meridian MS 39301 33.5 miles from Emelle 601-693-1306
Linden City Administration 211 North Main Street Linden AL 36748 41.9 miles from Emelle 334-295-5051
Choctaw County Community Dev 305 South Mulberry Avenue Butler AL 36904 44.8 miles from Emelle 205-459-3459
Philadelphia-Neshoba County Chamber of Commerce 256 West Beacon Street Philadelphia MS 39350 46.6 miles from Emelle 601-656-1742
Gordo Area Chamber of Commerce 251 North Main Street Gordo AL 35466 47.4 miles from Emelle 205-364-7870
Union Chamber of Commerce 309 Bank Street Union MS 39365 48.1 miles from Emelle 601-774-9586
Reform Alabama Chamber of Commerce PO Box 819 Reform AL 35481 48.1 miles from Emelle 205-375-6240
Louisville-Winston Chamber-Chm 311 East Park Street Louisville MS 39339 50.5 miles from Emelle 662-773-3921
Quitman Mississippi Chamber of Commerce PO Box 172 Quitman MS 39355 53.0 miles from Emelle 601-776-5701
Columbus Chamber of Commerce 1102 Main Street Columbus MS 39701 53.3 miles from Emelle 662-328-4491
Chamber of Commerce 2201 Jack Warner Parkway Northeast Tuscaloosa AL 35401 54.8 miles from Emelle 205-758-7588
The stated goal of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is to strengthen competitiveness in the U.S. economy. Its efforts focus on advocacy for policy issues, with less emphasis on business development activities.
Fees vary from one Chamber of Commerce to the next. The fee structure is usually a sliding scale based on the member organization's number of employees or annual revenues. The joining business is considered the member of the Chamber of Commerce, so all employees of that business effectively become members.
Chambers of Commerce do not handle complaints about businesses. These complaints should be filed with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) for that particular state or region.