We are often asked by businesses “Why is it important to join the Casper Chamber of Commerce?” The answer is, the Casper Area Chamber of Commerce is designed to enhance your business so that it will prosper for generations.
What Members Say
“Partnering with the Chamber helps us do what we do best, they provide the opportunities for us to connect with people and businesses and just help us make our community better.”
“At Casper College, we find the Chamber to be that direct connection to the business community and it’s wonderful to hear what the issues are, to be able to respond to business needs in the community better and to engage with them on a level that keeps our programs viable and relevant to their needs.”
“We are long time advocates of the Chamber business model. Because members of our team are in both Cheyenne and Casper, we find such great value in the Casper Chamber of Commerce because it helps us facilitate business relationships with people who are 200 miles away from some of the members of our team. We know we can go to a chamber event and make those connections.”
“At the Department of Workforce Services, I’m a business representative so I go out in the community and talk to employers about our programs and posting jobs. The Chamber has been a really great partner in helping to create those connections with businesses and meeting new people and get on more of a personal level.”
“The Chamber offers so many great opportunities – you just don’t know what they can do for you until you explore the possibilities on the website or just call them up and they tell you what they offer.”
“First American is really dedicated in supporting its community and being a part of the community and to me, really, that’s what the Chamber is. The Chamber brings everybody together throughout the whole city and it’s just an opportunity for us to be a part of that.”
“I recommend joining the Chamber just to be a part of a fellowship of a lot of great businesses and the City of Casper."
“…the chamber is very vital. It’s kind of a symbiotic relationship, you want to have a good community to work with and they make it more vibrant and it all lends to a better overall climate for business in Wyoming.”