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  • Application & Investment Schedule

    Value your Competitive Edge - The Chamber offers exposure, information, and a strong business community. Dues are an investment in your business and the economic vitality of the community, not a contribution to The Chamber. The services we provide strengthen our members' capacity to prosper and grow. Membership is one of the best business decisions a company can make because the Chamber gives your company a competitive edge.

    Dues:
    $325 Base Dues
    Plus Fair Share: $6.50 Per Full-Time Employee
    3 Part-Time = 1 Full Time

    Financial Institutions
    Banks - $41 per million in deposits
    Credit Unions - $22 per million in deposits
    (minimum of $500 for financial institutions)

    Public Utilities/Publishers
    $.11 per meter, trunk line, subscriber in The Chamber of Commerce area

    Non-Profits & Not-for-Profits
    $325 Flat Rate
    Churches & Government Units
    Limited to one mailing
    Additional mailings available at $6.50 per representative.

    Retirees (Individual/Non-Business) - $110.00

    Note: Membership dues may be tax deductible as an ordinary and necessary business expense. Dues are not a charitable tax deduction for Federal income tax purposes. The Chamber is not a charity, but serves as an advocate organization for area businesses.

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  • 2016 Sustaining Members


    Platinum

    Butler Tech


    Diamond

    Atrium Medical Center

    Deceuninck North America

    First Financial Bank


    Gold

    Cohen

    McGraw/Kokosing

    Midd Cities Partners

    MidUSA Credit Union

    MillerCoors

    Precision Strip

    Robinson Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.

    Tech Force OnSite, LLC - Trenton Computer


    Silver

    AAA Wastewater

    American Savings Bank

    Cox Media Group Ohio

    Joe Morgan Honda

    Miami University Regionals

    Miller Insurance, Inc.

    Nenni & Company, CPA's

    Slam Dunk Sports Marketing