Member Benefits

Chamber membership pays.  Membership is a valuable investment in your business – one that can reap priceless results.  When you invest resources such as involvement in committees, participation in networking functions, and the cost of dues, a positive return is definite. Here is a sampling of the benefits you receive as a Chamber member… opportunities that allow you to grow your business.  To learn more, call the Chamber at 772-597-2184, or email info@indiantownchamber.com
 
Networking at its best…
"Easy and fun networking opportunities”
 
Business & Breakfast – monthly breakfast held the Third Thursday of each month (except December) 7:45 am at Seminole Inn, 15885 S.W. Warfield Blvd, Indiantown, FL.
 
Marketing Opportunities
"Affordable Advertising & Marketing”
 
Web site advertising on www.indiantownchamber.com
Membership Directory Listing on www.indiantownchamber.com
Indiantown Street Map
Mailing Labels of Chamber members – discounted prices for members
Promotional material and business cards displayed at the Chamber office.
 
Representation
"Unified representation of the business community”
 
Chamber members are collectively represented through the Chamber as the voice of the business community.  The Chamber serves as a strong voice in both local and state government through committees and personal involvement.
 
Referrals & More…
  • Business Referrals Galore – members are referred first to those inquiring
  • Make a Difference – serve on one of the Chamber’s committees
  • Business Seminars – various topics that help your business
 
THINGS THE CHAMBER DOES THAT OTHER PEOPLE THINK……JUST HAPPENS
 
The Indiantown Chamber regularly
 
Answers inquiries from around the world by e-mail, mail, phone and walk-in’s about everything from demographics to where they can do business, eat, stay overnight, recreate, rent anything from a car or truck to a horse to whether or not there is a circus coming soon.
 
Refers those making inquiries first to Member Businesses, then to Local Businesses, then to Martin County Businesses and finally to regional sources if required to fulfill the need for information.
 
Speaks on behalf of member businesses to various agencies representing the Village of Indiantown, the County Commission, the Martin County School Board and if needed to area Legislators and State agencies about local issues that require resolution.
 
Introduces new sponsors and programs of interest at each monthly Chamber Breakfast and Business After Hours events while providing an important networking environment for members and friends of the Chamber.
 
Keeps Chamber Members informed about issues of importance by regular e-mails and phone calls.
 
Encourages and assists potential new businesses to locate in the Western Martin County area both independently and in cooperation with the Business Development Board of Martin County.
 
Encourages Increased Tourism In Western Martin County both independently and in cooperation with the Martin County Convention and Visitors Bureau.
 
Maintains regular communication with government officials at all levels.
 
Maintains a working relationship with the Florida Chamber of Commerce and the US Chamber of Commerce in order to take advantage of programs they offer.
 
Plans, Organizes and Conducts Special Events throughout the year such as: The Annual Indiantown Rodeo at Timer Powers Park, the Indiantown Business Expo, the Annual Hoe Down, Special evening events at the Indiantown Marina, numerous Community Wide progrms and events throughout the year.
 
Provides assistance and publicity for events of members and friends of the Chamber.
 
Join the Chamber Ambassadors to recognize and assist with new business happenings from Ribbon Cuttings to Grand Openings.