The Millbrae Chamber of Commerce is a membership-based 501(c)6 non-profit association of businesses organized and united to ensure a robust local economy. Chamber staff is dedicated to seeing that the interests of local business are served by advocacy on the local, state and national level. The Chamber helps businesses succeed through promotion, introductions and economic development.
The Chamber also sponsors and hosts many community events. We are the one local organization that actively represents business and monitors the local economy — and the one that does something about it.
Who belongs to the Chamber?
Our members include corporations, retail merchants, legal, medical and dental professionals, service professionals, property owners, commercial developers, private instructors, civic organizations and concerned residential members of our community. The common thread among our members is that they care about business and economic growth in Millbrae.
Why join the Chamber?
PROMOTION. ADVOCACY. STRENGTH. We are dedicated to promoting Millbrae as an excellent place to do business. Not only do we sponsor a wide variety of business and community events, we also act as your advocate and representative with local, regional, and state government.
By becoming a member, your business or organization can take advantage of the promotional, educational and networking opportunities we offer.
Studies prove that businesses that belong to Chambers enjoy greater public trust and are perceived to be more engaged in the communities they do business in.
Chamber membership gives businesses a higher public profile. You’ll gain introductions to other business owners, City officials, even county and state elected officials who frequent our Chamber events.
When you’re part of the Chamber, influential people get to know you and your business. People who know you are more likely to do business with you and recommend you to others.
Non-Profit Organization Information
The Millbrae Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)(6) non-profit corporation that was established on May 19th, 1949. Membership dues are not charitable donations but can be deducted as business expenses.
The Chamber is guided by a volunteer board of directors made up of representatives from local businesses and managed by a paid President/CEO. Committees and task forces provide assistance and guidance to the board and staff.