opportunity to succeed.
The Huntersville Chamber of Commerce connects businesses and citizens in Huntersville, Davidson, Cornelius and the Lake Norman region. It is the mission of the Huntersville Chamber to contribute to a strong community economic foundation. The vision of the Huntersville Chamber of Commerce is to be the nucleus of area businesses, providing a catalyst for economic prosperity, creating partnerships among members and the community, advocating for business needs and developing future business and community leaders. A Chamber with a unique model, the Huntersville Chamber believes in utilizing area resources to promote businesses organically, developing opportunities for cross-promotion and customer development and retention. Bringing businesses together and to benefit the community is our goal.
“I’ve been a part of the Huntersville Regional Chamber since its inception. The relationships I’ve built have been essential to my business. I’m a better business owner for my customers when I have recommendations for their needs at hand. We stay active in the community by offering programs that are creative, fun, and personal.”
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“As a local business owner, I have enjoyed the multitude of benefits of being a Huntersville Chamber member. Chamber meetings have been great resources for my business where I can share updates and news, learn about local business trends, share marketing strategies and cultivate better referrals. As an employer, Huntersville Chamber is where I learn about new ways to retain our employees and find new talents. Huntersville Chamber is also an organization where we have made connections with local charities and volunteering opportunities so that we could give back to our community.”
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“Several years ago, I was tasked, by the Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center’s Guest Services department, to compile information on various local amenities (hotels/restaurants/local historical sites/etc.) to provide to the out-of-town visitors of patients at the hospital. Jill Swain was kind enough to offer her services via networking with local businesses. The response from the hospital, which strives to provide a ‘remarkable experience’, was truly positive.”