We welcome you and hope you enjoy your association with the Trinity County Chamber of Commerce. Anytime you wish to offer assistance, an idea, or you have concerns or questions, please feel free to drop by (509 Main Street, Weaverville), or call (530-623-6101), or drop a note in the mail (P.O.Box 517, Weaverville,CA 96093), or your can e-mail us (email@example.com). Chamber office hours are 10am to 4pm, Monday through Saturday.
We are always looking for new inventive ways to promote Trinity County, its resources and it businesses. Our businesses are what makes our collective voice strong and helps build our sense of a healthy and prosperous community.
Chamber membership provides the benefits of a voice within a strong advocacy group, distribution of business information at local kiosks, links to your website or Facebook page on our VisitTrinity.com website page, business information and support on our Chamber website and Facebook page, Chamber supported workshops, Chamber advertising, networking events/mixers, and promotional assistance.
Download a Chamber Membership application…
Dues – your dues are an investment in your business and your community…
Investment Categories (Annual)
Catagory # of Employees Dues Amount Business A 0-12 $85 Business B 13-60 $275 Business C 61-70 $475 Business D 71- UP $625 Real Estate $125 Friend of the Chamber $35 Non-profit/Service/Agency $50 2nd Business is 80% of dues based on number of employees
Membership in the Trinity County Chamber of Commerce is an investment in our community. The Chamber of Commerce helps to improve the business, civic, and social welfare of Trinity County by promoting a healthy business environment and helping to support economic growth and prosperity in our area.
Statistically, it is an effective way to convey to consumers that a company uses good business practices, is involved in the community, cares about customers, and is reputable. The impact of a local chamber membership on small businesses is more consistent and more powerful than for large,national corporations. The caveat here is, however: consumers need to be aware that the small business is involved with its local chamber in order for the benefits to emerge. (“The Real Value of Joining a Chamber of Commerce”, The Shapiro Group Research Study)