The Maricopa Chamber of Commerce is the
Ultimate Business Resources
in Pinal County

“The Mission of the Maricopa Chamber of Commerce is to support our members by promoting commerce in the greater City of Maricopa area through business advocacy and leadership in economic, political, and educational development.”

DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION STATEMENT

The Chamber, in both its values and practices, is committed to inclusion and excellence in the support of all diverse people irrespective of differences. This means that there shall be no barriers to participation in any activity of this Chamber on the basis of economic position, gender, race, creed, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or physical abilities. We recognize that diverse perspectives are important and necessary for responsible and representative decision making. We believe inclusiveness is a fundamental principle of every organization that enhances its ability to respond more effectively to changing demographics and needs. We affirm our commitment to reflecting the diversity of the City of Maricopa and the members of the Maricopa Chamber of Commerce.

The Chamber is an organization of business leaders who work to improve their community and the area’s business climate. A volunteer elected board of directors governs the Chamber. The effectiveness of the Chamber is entirely dependent on member support and involvement.

The Chamber strengthens the community by identifying needs, problems, and opportunities. It then develops programs to solve those problems and satisfy the needs

The MCOC is one of the fastest-growing Chambers in the United States. Of its over 307 members, 95 percent are small businesses with 15 or fewer employees.
T
he Chamber is a private organization funded primarily by dues and sponsorships paid by member businesses. It is not a government agency, therefore the only tax dollars received are in the form of a Public Service Agreement with the City of Maricopa to provide Tourism Information.

  • Promote a strong local economy
  • Provide opportunities for relationship building
  • Deliver programs to help businesses grow
  • Represent and advocate on behalf of a business
  • Enhance commerce through community stewardship

Of its over 300 members, 95% are small businesses with 15 or fewer employees.

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​Benefits of Membership include networking opportunities, community involvement, image enhancement, information access, numerous discounts and benefits, and heightened credibility

Provide Member Value. Financial Responsibility. Leadership. Business Advocacy. Local Business Development & Promotion. Community. Quality of Life. Ethics.