Humboldt County Chamber of Commerce
30 W Winnemucca Blvd
Winnemucca, NV 89445-3129
Hours of OperationDaily 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The ChamberThe Humboldt County Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization made up of business owners, professional people, and area residents who have formed a volunteer partnership to support and enhance the local economic and social climate of this community. More than 270 Humboldt County businesses are members of the Chamber of Commerce, making it one of the largest Chambers in Norther Nevada. Business exposures, networking opportunities and professional development are included in membership. The Humboldt County Chamber of Commerce operates the only full-service Visitor and Information Center. We are housed in the East Hall of the Convention Center, the old "Star Casino", 30 West Winnemucca Blvd. The Humboldt County Chamber of Commerce represents the whole of Humboldt County, including McDermitt, Orovada and Denio.
We'll Impress You6 Great Reasons to Join the Chamber of Commerce
Visibility – Chamber Members are connected with more business people through attendance at Chamber events and through Chamber Marketing opportunities. It’s an easy way to connect with a lot of people quickly.
Access - When you join the Chamber and actively get involved you'll discover that meeting prospects who may have an interest or who can refer you to key contacts you're trying to reach is a huge benefit of membership. From being on committees, serving as an ambassador, or attending specific events where prospects are likely to be, you'll find yourself in situations where you can identify and meet decision makers face to face versus making cold calls.
Ongoing Training & Education - Unless you have the luxury of a training budget, you can take advantage of timely affordable training programs.
Networking - From seminars, summits, luncheons to mixers, there's absolutely no excuse for not being able to meet new contacts, referrals and people who can help you with ideas and additional ways to grown your business.
Low Cost Advertising Opportunities - The Chamber Newsletter and website reach an impressive audience of local business people and other movers and shakers in the community.
Advocacy - The Chamber researches, lobbies and routinely discusses with local and regional government unit and the media to keep people up to date on central issues of importance pertaining to their membership and the community.