• Why Join

  • When a company is active in its local chamber of commerce,

    it is doing the right thing for its own success as well as for the community.

    Chamber advocates agree that it is a win-win for both the business and the community.

    Our dynamic Chamber has a multitude of benefits to offer our business partners. The Chamber operates the Visitor Center, where we welcomed more than 10,000 walk-in visitors this past year. Here we offer maps and local information on where to dine and shop, what to do, as well as Safety Harbor merchandise and souvenirs while promoting our member businesses. Monthly networking events provide opportunities for relationship building, and advertising and promotional opportunities provide additional exposure for business partners.


    Business Happens Here...  

    • Member brochure & business card display in Visitor's Center
    • Member Directory listing in print and online with link to your website
    • Quarterly Member eBlast for your business
    • ABC Discount Program
    • Social Media Marketing
    • Volunteer opportunities
    • My Chamber TV

    A Downtown's Best Friend...

    • Visitor Center welcomes 10,000+/year
    • Member brochure & business card display
    • Dining & Shopping Guides & Maps
    • Visitor Welcome Bags
    • Visitor Center TV advertising
    • SH Rack Cards in major Visitor Centers

    Facetime with other business leaders…

    • Monthly LUNCH N LEARN
    • Business After Hours mixers
    • Ribbon Cutting events to host & attend
    • Multi-Chamber events
    • Free SBDC Counseling

    COVID-19 Update:  Select networking events may be held via Zoom.  Visit the Chamber Calendar for updates.


    Business Credibility...

    • Consumers are more likely to think favorably of a business that is a chamber member
    • The Chamber receives calls and walk-ins daily from those looking for potential vendors
    • Members support one another with an Always Buy Chamber mentality

    "When I began my career in the financial services industry it was important to me to give back to the local community and support individuals and their family’s dreams that took the shape of small businesses. My wife and I fell in love with the quaint, family-friendly city of Safety Harbor. Once I saw that the Safety Harbor Chamber supported the Bay Area Young Professionals organization, I knew it would be a great fit to join the Chamber. My experience with the chamber and BAYP has been more helpful than I could have imagined. It feels great to get together with local business owners, build out relationships with dedicated professionals, and be involved with a growing diverse community on a deeper level."

    -Sam Rockwell, MBA, MMAS, Financial Advisor             

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  • New Members

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  • Business Resource Library

    Browse through our selection of business related books. All are available to members to check out/borrow.

  • Shapiro Group Research Study Results Show:

    If a company shows that it is highly involved in its local chamber (e.g., sits on the chamber board), consumers are 12% more likely to think that its products stack up better against its competition.

    When a consumer thinks that a company's products stack up better against the competition because the company is highly involved in its local chamber of commerce, it is because he or she infers that the company is trustworthy, involved in the community, and is an industry leader.

    When consumers know that a restaurant franchise is a member of the chamber of commerce, they are 40% more likely to eat at the franchise in the next few months.

    When consumers know that an insurance company is a member of the chamber of commerce, they are 43% more likely to consider buying insurance from it.

    Most consumers (59%) think that being active in the local chamber of commerce is an effective business strategy overall. It is 29% more effective, however, for communicating to consumers that a company uses good business practices and 26% more effective for communicating that a business is reputable.

    When consumers know that a small business is a member of the chamber of commerce, they are 44% more likely to think favorably of it and 63% more likely to purchase goods or services from the company in the future.