Chambers Of Commerce in St. Clair County, Alabama

Find St. Clair County, 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.

There are 2 Chambers Of Commerce in St. Clair County, Alabama, serving a population of 86,937 people in an area of 632 square miles. There is 1 Chamber Of Commerce per 43,468 people, and 1 Chamber Of Commerce per 315 square miles.

In Alabama, St. Clair County is ranked 41st of 67 counties in Chambers Of Commerce per capita, and 16th in Chambers Of Commerce per square mile.

Moody Chamber of Commerce 670 Park Avenue Moody, AL

Springville Public Library 6496 Route 11 Springville, AL

About St. Clair County Chambers of Commerce

A St. Clair County Chamber of Commerce is an organization of member businesses that promotes economic development and business activity in St. Clair County, AL. Chambers of Commerce work to attract investment, visitors, and residents to the St. Clair County community. Chambers of Commerce encourage the creation of an environment where St. Clair County businesses can flourish.

Interested parties may contact the Chamber of Commerce for questions about:
  • Finding a St. Clair County Chamber of Commerce near you
  • Membership and joining a Chamber of Commerce
  • Small business and business community groups
  • Economic development
  • St. Clair County networking groups and events
St. Clair County Chamber of Commerce

St. Clair County Chambers of Commerce are voluntary, fee-based organizations, and they are usually established as non-profit corporations. While most members tend to be St. Clair County businesses, it is not uncommon for non-profit organizations and St. Clair County government agencies to also join the St. Clair County Chamber. Policy is usually guided by a board of directors, which is selected by the full membership. Many organizations hire a paid Executive Director and additional staff. However, other Chambers of Commerce, typically for smaller locations, have no paid staff and rely entirely on the volunteer efforts of members. In addition to membership fees, Chambers of Commerce in St. Clair County, Alabama generate additional revenue from other sources, primarily special events.

Networking Groups in St. Clair County

Networking in St. Clair County is an important feature of Chamber activities, with the goal of fostering valuable relationships between members. The Chamber of Commerce assists members in marketing efforts, including providing special offers to other members. As advocates of the overall business and employer community, the St. Clair County Chamber of Commerce can also significantly influence St. Clair County public policy.

Chamber of Commerce Organization

Chambers of Commerce can be organized at the local, regional, or Alabama state level. At the national level, there is also an U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Although they share the same name, these Chambers of Commerce operate independently. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is not a parent organization of the St. Clair County, regional, and AL Chambers of Commerce, but many local, regional, and state Chambers of Commerce are members of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Many Chambers have similar interests and will collaborate on shared issues.