5 Reasons to be a Chamber Member

We believe that a strong business community is the foundation for a prosperous North Perth. Working together can connect the community and keep us growing strong.

1. Successful Events will help expose business and create networking opportunities

Do you participate in any of these Chamber events:

Network with the Mayor Home & Lifestyle Show

Golf Tournament Yarn Bomb Listowel

Business Excellence Awards Santa Claus Parade

2. Save Money with Affinity Programs.

Are you aware that we offer ways to save?

Group Benefit plans Owners & Staff receive discounted Home & Auto insurance rates, Purolator, Esso Gas Discounts, Constant Contact, or Merchant Services (First Data) etc

Yes No Want a FREE Quote to compare?

3. Marketing Your Business

Do you know we have marketing tools, to enhance your message, branding, or events?

Facebook | Our Monthly Newsletter | Digital Sign Email | Website event listings

Would you use the Digital Sign for your promotions/or events, branding, Christmas wishes or hiring needs?  Yes  No  Please email me details

Did you know we offer Special Event Marketing Packages? Yes No Please email me details

4. Economic Development / Business Growth

Add your voice to the business network by sharing your concerns, experience and join in the conversations.

Shop Local Dollar initiative was created by the Chamber to keep money in our community. Give Them. Accept Them. Promote Them.


5. Advocacy

Join over 200 local businesses! Your membership with the Chamber automatically makes you part of the Ontario and Canadian Chamber of Commerce.

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The OCC undertakes the province’s most pressing policy issues on behalf of our members, and advocates for evidence-based solutions that will foster economic growth in the province.

As a member of the CCC, you are part of Canada’s largest and most influential business network.

Even if you don’t have a reason to join the Chamber, consider how your membership would help us to continue our endeavours to advance North Perth’s economy.

Sharon DArcey