Chartered in 1936, The Belton Area Chamber of Commerce puts you in touch with the perfect business partner. Through numerous programs and services the BACC is right by your side to help your business grow and prosper. The Chamber effectively focuses upon economic prosperity and quality of life issues important to the entire area.
- Member Referrals
- Social Media & Website Promotions
- Community & Business Guide
- Exclusive Advertising Opportunities
- Electric Coalition Access
Members of the Belton Area Chamber of Commerce have a voice in determining policies, projects and the opportunity to work on committees that serve the community. Take an active role in your Chamber and your community. Your investment lays the foundation of what we stand for!
Investing in the Chamber is one of the best investments your business can make in increasing your profitability and improving the community where we all live and do business. As member of the BACC, we hope you will take advantage of the many benefits membership affords your business.
- Workforce Development
- Government Affairs
- Apprentice Belton – College Level
- Job Shadow Days – High School Level
- Military Relations
- Patriot Way Brickwalk
- Belton Wireless Project
- Leadership Belton
- Leadership Training
- Belton Young Prfessionals
- BAMSS – Belton Area Military Spouses Support
- Convention & Visitors Bureau
- Chamber Scholarship – BISD
Marketing & Advertising Opportunities
When businesses join the chamber, they open a door to many unique marketing opportunities. If you are looking for ways to maximize your company’s exposure, the Chamber offers the following cost-effective marketing options to reach your current and potential customers. The Chamber has an abundance of marketing opportunities specifically intended to drive visibility for your company. Whether it be in the form of networking or sponsorship, our events have been carefully designed to allow our members maximum access to all levels of audiences. If you’re looking to get the most out of your Chamber membership, getting involved in the many programs and events offered by the chamber is going to be one of the keys to your success.
The chamber has a kiosk to display your brochures, business cards and related information. This is a high traffic area for current and future Belton businesses and residents.
Just beginning your business in Belton, having a re-opening, or are you a new member? The chamber can help promote your business with an official ribbon cutting ceremony.
For more information about Ribbon Cuttings please e-mail Alicia McCarroll: email@example.com
Broadcast: Business Marketing Training
These receptions are designed to introduce new and current members to the Chamber, provide an opportunity for them to tell others about their business and share promotional materials. A great leads generating event.
Shakers & Stirrers High-Speed Networking Lunch
“Speed Dating for Businesses!” Speed Networking has taken off, and it’s not slowing down. Taking place every 3rd Friday of the month, this program is all about you. And them. Together. Making connections.
Business After Hours
Hosting a Business After Hours is an innovative way to put the spotlight on your business. This venue is an excellent opportunity to promote yourself and your business to the community. Held on the first Thursday of the month, your event will invite over 500 business members in the area.
Please e-mail Alicia McCarroll for the Business After Hours Contract: firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is held in January at Cathedral Oaks. The event spotlights the past year, recognizes new and departing board members, and announces the Chariman’s Award of Excellence, Citizen of the Year, Beltonian, and Ambassador of the Year awards.
Patriot Way Golf Classic
Networking on the green! Get to know the business community away from the office, and support the Chamber’s various Military Relations programs.
4th of July Celebration & PRCA Rodeo
Tap the marketing power of the largest event in Central Texas by becoming an official partner. As a community event, it is priced to encourage participation by businesses of all sizes. For more information please visit rodeobelton.com.
Belton Magazine and Business Referral Guide
Each year the chamber produces 5,000 copies of this popular magazine. Chamber members receive two free listings and have the option of purchasing additional listings or display advertising at discounted prices. This directory is made available to chamber members, distributed in newcomer packets, visitor packets, and at special events.
Our home page can be viewed beltonchamber.com. Members receive a free listing in our business directory section with a link to your business. You can edit finer details of your listing by logging into the chamber portal here.
Quarterly Community Magazine
All members and renewing members are listed in the newsletter and receive this quarterly publication, which serves as a resource for your business, highlighting chamber opportunities.
The BACC is often your watchdog, protecting the interest of business, in the political arena. The united voice of the BACC has often proven effective and beneficial to businesses where a single voice may go unheard.
The BACC works diligently to build relationships with neighboring Fort Hood. The military community has a strong and positive impact on the Belton Area and we are there to meet their needs.
Quarterly Community Magazine
The Community Magazine is your chamber’s quarterly publication, filled with useful information for you and your business, upcoming events, chamber reports, and more.
BACC Ambassadors serve as goodwill representatives for the Chamber in welcoming new members, conducing ribbon cuttings, and assisting with membership development. This is a great way to get your business in front of new members, network, and gain exposure. To learn more about becoming an Ambassador, contact Nicole Stairs at 254.939.3551 or email@example.com.
Leadership Belton consists of three main components. The first is getting to know Belton and creating an increased awareness of ongoing programs and activities. The second is a class project. Through this, participants will get hands on experience in working with a diverse group for one common goal, resulting in giving back to the community. The third component distinguishes our Leadership Program from all others. Class participants will receive actual Leadership Training throughout the course of the year. All of the above makes this program a worthwhile investment. For more information, contact Nicole Stairs at (254) 939-3551 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hospitality & Customer Service Training
Free Hospitality Training for Front Line Employees
This 1 ½ hour training session will give your employees brief training in the areas of customer service and hospitality. In many of our businesses, your employees are the first encounter our visitors have with Belton. We want them to be informed and able to communicate effectively with visitors about our community.