Florida Chambers Of Commerce
Melbourne Palm Bay Area Chamber of Commerce

The Southern end of Brevard County, Florida where 33 miles of Atlantic barrier islands connect
with the mainland via three causeways.

Over 300 days of sunshine offer residents and visitors an ideal climate. The average temperature
is 72 degrees F, with an average daily high of 90 degrees in July and August. The Atlantic
Ocean provides a lovely breeze that cools the summer and warms the winter.

Weston Area Chamber of Commerce

Nestled on the edge of the Everglades in Broward County, the City of Weston has quickly
established a unique identity of cultural and ethnic diversity. Within its 15,000 acres of land, a
perfect marriage of business and community has been established. Designer Concrete Counters
is proud to serve the citizens of Weston

Cocoa Beach Area Chamber of Commerce

The roots of the Cocoa Beach Area Chamber of Commerce reach back some eighty years. In
1921, Cocoa, Rockledge and Merritt Island began separate Chambers of Commerce and, in
1925, Cocoa Beach opened its own Chamber. These small Chambers worked hard for the good
of their municipalities and helped build a positive foundation for the businesses in our area.
However, community visionaries recognized that a consolidated organization would have a
stronger and more effective voice.

In 1967, a committee from each of the Chambers was formed and, through much of 1968, these
committees met to lay the ground rules of a combined Chamber. On September 1, 1968, the
Cocoa-Rockledge Chamber, the Merritt Island Chamber and the Cape Kennedy Chamber joined
together to form the Cape Kennedy Area Chamber of Commerce, with Dudley Jewell as the first
Executive Director

Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce

The earliest known inhabitants of the Boca Raton area were the Tequesta Indians, who lived in
communities near the ocean as long ago as one thousand years until the eighteenth century.
The construction of the Florida East Coast Canal (today’s Intracoastal) and the Florida East Coast
Railway in the 1890s made the region accessible to a group of resourceful pioneers. By the early
1900s Boca Raton was a tiny agricultural community, many of the farmers specializing in
pineapple cultivation. Amongst these were a group of Japanese immigrants under the leadership
of Joseph Sakai, who formed a community along today’s Yamato Road in 1904.

In May of 1925, the Town of Boca Raton was incorporated at the height of the Florida land
boom. The town council commissioned noted society architect Addison Mizner to plan a world-
class resort community. His exclusive hotel, known as the Cloister Inn, was completed in 1926
and continues its reign as a city landmark as the Boca Raton Resort and Club. Although many of
Mizner’s plans for the young community were squelched by the demise of the land boom in
1926, a few survive today—and his architectural style continues to influence the city. Designer
Concrete Counters is proud to serve the citizens of Boca Raton.

Jupiter FL Chamber of Commerce

Northern Palm Beach County uniquely combine rich history, culture, vibrant industry, and natural
beauty to provide an unsurpassed quality of life. Businesses and residents who enjoy
communities with "small town" feel and the benefits associated with growing metropolitan areas
find these Northern Palm Beach County villages appealing.

Our shores comprise over 100 miles of unspoiled beach, river and Intracostal waterfront for a
variety of residential, leisure and business opportunities. This is home to many full and part time
residents, as well as a growing destination for domestic and international vacationers.

Enjoy everything our community has to offer, even if it’s just for a short while. Join us in Northern
Palm Beach County... truly a little bit of paradise.

Bonita Springs Area Chamber of Commerce

Ideally located north of Marco Island and just between Naples and Fort Myers, the community of
Bonita Springs offers the unique and inviting Old Florida lifestyle of a charming small beach
town. Beautiful beaches along with the sparkling Gulf of Mexico and the natural beauty of Estero
Bay offer sun-lovers and anglers the ultimate paradise.

Manatee Chamber of Commerce

In search of a bounty of gold, Spanish explorer Hernando DeSoto and his rugged crew of
conquistadors stepped ashore the banks of the Manatee River in Florida more than 450 years
ago. However, the unclaimed treasure they found was in the form of fertile riverbanks rolling out
the welcome mat to a region of breathtaking beauty. The region remained unoccupied for
several hundred years until 1842 when another explorer named Josiah Gates and his fellow
pioneers laid claim to the area, which was named after the gentle sea cow, or Manatee, seen so
frequently in the area's numerous waterways.

Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce

The City of Coral Gables is the ideal community in which to live, work or play while in South
Florida, as its timeless beauty and numerous amenities stand out among neighboring cities. As a
visitor…dine at one of our renowned restaurants, gaze upon globally recognized Mediterranean
architecture, or stroll through sought after boutiques and art galleries, all shaded by tropical
foliage and canopies of banyans, oaks, palms, and royal Poinciana tress.

The Chamber, Daytona Beach Halifax Area

Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce

Nestled along the scenic shoreline of the Caloosahatchee River, the city has become an
interesting blend of young and old. Sporting the youngest population in Lee County, with a
median age of 32, the City of Fort Myers is also home to the historic winter residences of Thomas
Edison and Henry Ford.

The Chamber of Southwest Florida

Located on Southwest Florida's Gulf coast, Naples offers residents and visitors alike a luxurious
and laid-back lifestyle that defines this truly unique community. The city is renowned for
gorgeous beach sunsets, magnificent waterfront homes, sumptuous dining, world-class shopping,
a vibrant arts scene and abundant outdoor activities.  

Greater Fort Myers Beach Area Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce, Inc. represents over 1400 businesses,
professionals, and individuals in Lee County, Florida.

Chamber members are located in Cape Coral, Bonita Springs, Sanibel and Captiva Islands, Fort
Myers Beach, Lehigh Acres, Estero, Naples and many other areas.

Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce

Jacksonville, a metropolitan center of over one million people, is a friendly and comfortable
place - a coastal community of neighborhoods as unique as the people who live in them. From
luxury condo high-rises, to grand historic homes, to custom-built new communities in every style
imaginable, there is a place for you to feel at home.

Outdoor activities abound, with 68 miles of Atlantic Ocean coastline, 300 miles of river and
every imaginable topography in-between. Add to that our year-round fantastic climate and our
low cost of living - Jacksonville is the most affordable city in Florida - and there's no wonder why
this region keeps growing. With a bevy of top companies to choose from and new ones moving
into the community daily, Jacksonville offers ample employment opportunities, has an attractive
housing market, and a world class climate – four seasons without snow.

Lakeland Area Chamber of Commerce

The Lakeland Area Chamber of Commerce will be the premier catalyst for the advancement of
Lakeland's economic growth and enhancement of quality of life - creating Florida's community
of choice.

The Lakeland Area Chamber of Commerce is the leading organization dedicated to creating a
climate where business can prosper

Greater Largo Chamber of Commerce

Key Largo is home to the world’s largest artificial reef, the 510 foot USS Spiegel Grove, the John
Pennekamp Coral Reef  Experience the Spiegel Grove– without getting wet!
Underwater State Park, the African Queen and the famous Christ of the Abyss underwater statue.
The Everglades National Park is just a short trip away by boat or car.
Diving, snorkeling and glass bottom boating in our clear waters of the Florida Keys National
Marine Sanctuary is a fantastic experience.

Greater Miami Shores Chamber of Commerce

Located just north of downtown Miami, between I-95 and Biscayne Bay, it is a great place for
raising a family, doing business, and enjoying life.

Miami Shores is a great community, with interesting shops, an outstanding recreational program,
fine schools, and beautiful churches. Many of the 10,380 residents participate in local clubs and
organizations that work to insure the continued quality of the community. Local government is
responsive to the concerns of both local residents and businesses.

Naples Area Chamber of Commerce

The Naples Chamber works for a healthy economic climate that includes good jobs, capital
creation, and honest, efficient government. The Chamber's strength lies in the number and
diversity of its Membership.

Ocala-Marion County Chamber of Commerce

First accredited in 1974, the Ocala/Marion County Chamber of Commerce is one of only 5% of
Chambers of Commerce nationwide that has been recognized for excellence by the United
States Chamber of Commerce.

The Ocala/Marion County Chamber of Commerce is one of few Florida Chambers to hold the 5-
Star Accreditation designation.  This is the highest accreditation level awarded by the U.S.
Chamber of Commerce.  

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Greater Orlando Chamber of Commerce

challenging to pinpoint a program or event in the
community that didn't involve the Orlando Regional
Chamber of Commerce. During our decades of
continued growth, we've been through many
changes, first as the Board of Trade, then as the
Downtown Chamber, then as the Greater Orlando
Chamber and finally as the Orlando Regional
Reflecting on our rich, 90-year history, it is
challenging to pinpoint a program or event in the
community that didn't involve the Orlando Regional
Chamber of Commerce. During our decades of
continued growth, we've been through many
changes, first as the Board of Trade, then as the
Downtown Chamber, then as the Greater Orlando
Chamber and finally as the Orlando Regional
Chamber. We've redefined our scope but our goal
always remains constant - we are in the business of
serving the community.
Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce  

Fort Lauderdale offers a myriad of events and place
to live and work, or to vacation in a tropical
selection of seafood, fine dining, and bars both on
or near the beach.
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