About the Chamber

About The Greater Palm Harbor Area Chamber of Commerce

Chamber History

In September 1977, a group of 14 businessmen saw the need to establish one effective voice that could speak for the residents and businessmen of the Palm Harbor area. The Greater Palm Harbor Area Chamber of Commerce, Inc. was formed to serve the areas of Palm Harbor, Crystal Beach, Ozona, and East Lake. From this nucleus of 14 businessmen, our partnership has grown to hundreds of businesses.

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Your Link to Government

Located in the heart of historic downtown Palm Harbor, the Palm Harbor Chamber is active in developing the entire community economically. We also serve as a link with local, state, and the federal government. In July of 2001, we formed a partnership with the Palm Harbor Library and Pinellas County Economic Development to assist all the businesses in the greater Palm Harbor area. We host many events to promote business and the community. For partnership information and/or a calendar of events, please feel free to browse this site by using the navigation menu above.

Community Involvement

Today, the Palm Harbor Chamber of Commerce is still one of the most influential forces in local government and economic development. With dedicated, active partners, the Chamber of Commerce is actively involved in the Palm Harbor Community and providing valuable resources to its partners. The Chamber offers unprecedented benefits, discounts, and opportunities to make Palm Harbor businesses prosperous. The Palm Harbor Chamber of Commerce is excited to pave the way for a growing regional economy as we venture into the new millennium.

Objectives of The Chamber

About The Palm Harbor Chamber of Commerce

How The Chamber Operates

What Does Our Chamber Do?

How is The Chamber Financed?

The Greater Palm Harbor Area Chamber of Commerce, Inc. is financed primarily by the investments of its partners. Special projects are also conducted throughout the year such as the Harbor Arts Festival in December, the Citrus Festival in April, and others. The maintenance of an adequate level of support from all business and professional interests in the community is essential to finance the programs that are vital to community growth and development.



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