The Grand Island Chamber, in partnership with over 740 members, creates a formidable alliance when dealing with issues on the local, regional and statewide level. Issues that affect how we do business—how we participate in a global economy—and how we plan for a bright future. By becoming a partner with the Grand Island Chamber, the business community can speak with one voice on each level to ensure our continued prosperity.
To become a member, please fill out the partnership application form as well as the internet listing form, completely, and press submit. Our staff will be in touch with you when your completed form is received.
Thank you for recognizing the value of a strong business community. We look forward to a long relationship, one that we believe you will find both beneficial for your business and rewarding for you.
The Grand Island Chamber—Direction for Business
"My GI Chamber membership has benefited me in many ways. It has held events that have given me the opportunity to meet and network with other businesses and people in our community. It has also helped me build my clientele by way of email advertisement and word of mouth. My Chamber membership has truly been a great investment for my business!"
Marcy Thompson, Exact Figures Bookkeeping
"I consider our Chamber to be the face of Grand Island. They are responsible for building our image and making sure our brand is positioned for long-term success. In today's competitive environment, you need every edge you can get. The Chamber understands this and delivers on a regular basis."
David Koubek, President/General Manager at Chief Buildings
"Membership in the Grand Island Chamber of Commerce has created a profound impact on our center. Our engagement with multiple Chamber programs and initiatives led to several new clients, formation of strategic partnerships, and many opportunities for personal and professional growth. Above all, what we value most about our membership with the Grand Island Chamber is the way they support the creation and growth of small business."
Sara Bennett, Nebraska Business Development Center
of the University of Nebraska at Kearney