– Grand Reveal and Open House at former Post Office on 3rd Avenue
– Atrium Mall Parking Lot Dance, Swap Meet, Food Vendors and Street Artists
– MAT’s Death by Chocolate sponsorship drive and gala of friends fundraiser
– 6pm – St. Jude Gym
creating a strong local economy
The Chamber of Commerce of Havre
is an area Chamber for Hill County. The Chamber
promotes the wellbeing of the business and professional community. Organized in
1909,the Chamber has a long history of serving it's members and the community.
The Chamber continues to be an advocate for business and dedicated to the
future of Havre. Collectively we have over 1700 members, through businesses and
individual and non-profit memberships. At the heart of the local economy and
the backbone of the nation’s economy are local Chambers of Commerce; Chamber’s
form the fabric of American communities through promoting and celebrating
the uniqueness of their communities.
The work of the Havre Chamber is
vital to the local economy. The Havre Chamber provides programs and services to
businesses large and small. They fight for pro-business legislations and form
private and public partnerships. The Havre Chamber provides leadership in civic
affairs and help to attract new business and residents to their communities.
2014 Chamber Annual Report
A strong, dynamic Chamber
benefits the entire community. The Havre Chamber is directly involved in the
community to create the environment where people want to live, work, visit and
do business. With the support of the Chamber, businesses and community can grow
The Havre Area Chamber of
Commerce promotes the local economy by
encouraging the Havre Chamber members and Havre residents to shop locally. All
referrals given out by the Havre Chamber of Commerce are members. The Chamber
of Commerce also provides materials and educational opportunities throughout the
year such as the annual ABC (Assistance for Business Clinic), ID theft
information, Better Business Bureau updates and more.
As an investor in the Havre Area
Chamber of Commerce, you are part of the viable local business
organization made up of over 300 business members working for a stronger local
economy and an even higher quality of life. The membership represents a wide
variety of businesses; from home based, to single proprietor, to agricultural
producers to the area’s largest employer. Membership is made up of merchants,
restaurants/motels, professionals, civic and religious groups.