Join the Clovis Chamber to gain access to our networking events and seminars. Membership Director Diana Hunnicutt will assist you with your membership needs. Enjoy learning how to promote your company as well as leveraging technology and social media. Members are also eligible for generous marketing and event discounts.
The Chamber influences the legislative process through its Advocacy Task Force and ClovisPAC by taking stands on legislation and candidates affecting business.
BIG Hat Days and ClovisFest, the largest two day events in the Central Valley, bring over two hundred thousand visitors to Old Town Clovis. They provide great family fun and contribute over $5 million to the local economy.
In addition to adding value to the local economy through our events and members, we support our award winning Clovis Unified School District and city government that make Clovis California's Number ONE city for raising a young family.
April 11 & 12
With three weeks to go, the 2015 Table Mountain Casino BIG Hat Days, a Clovis Chamber event, is officially sold out. Based on the number of vendors, this is going to be one BIG festival that will fill the streets in Old Town and provide much needed revenue to the city.
Hundreds of craft and commercial booths will line Pollasky Avenue - so many that we had to expand by an additional block all the way down to 9th Street. There you’ll find Laser Tag and other fun adventures.
With a large number of applicants, Tammi…
What’s that I hear? It’s the sound of the Clovis economy growing – at a fast pace. New construction, vacant storefronts filling up and many new home-based businesses are all adding to the ongoing vibrancy of our community.
This isn’t a new phenomenon. Clovis has been known as a pro-business city for years with smart planning, zoning and a well-educated population that both creates new jobs but also spends its money locally. Clovis also enjoys income from out of the city limits. Its many events – BIG Hat Days, ClovisFest, the Rodeo, Farmers’ Market and Wine Walks – to name…
At the second annual Young Entrepreneurs Academy, YEA!, Investor Panel, 13 talented, hard working high school students faced five CEO’s in search of investment funds and winning a trip to Arizona. The air in the City Council Chambers was thick with anticipation as the owners of the first business, CEAL Clothing, stepped up to the podium and began their presentation.
They were followed by 11 other presenters representing 5 more companies who pitched their business plans and products. The audience saw poised, well trained speakers who had professional business plans and power points that described their concepts perfectly.