Have a question for the Marshall Area Chamber of Commerce?
You'll find answers to our most frequently asked questions below.
A Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit, membership-based organization dedicated to protect and improve the business climate and quality of life within a specific region. Although Chambers often work with large public agencies, they are not departments of any government organization.
MACC Mission Statement: In Business for Business.
MACC Vision Statement: The Marshall Area Chamber of Commerce will be recognized as the voice of business in the Marshall Community. An organization that's core purpose is to serve its members as an advocate for all their business needs, while providing networking and educational opportunities all in the interest of making Marshall a better place to live, work, stay or play.
The Marshall Chamber is a partnership of over 560 businesses, organizations and coalitions that work toward common goals of supporting the community and fellow businesses.
The Marshall Area Chamber of Commerce was founded February 11, 1930.
The Marshall Chamber offers its membership various networking opportunities with peers, government officials and business leaders. Members receive timely, relevant information so that they may be kept informed; professional development workshops and seminars so that they may gain valuable knowledge and skills to help them succeed; and policy and communications expertise to assist them in advocating their positions and business interests.
View our list of major employers in the area.
View demographic information here.
Contact the Minnesota Better Business Bureau at 651.699.1111.
View our Relocation Resources here.
Contact the Marshall Area Chamber of Commerce to request a map. View area maps here.
The Marshall Chamber is currently a member of the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce.
The City of Marshall has contracted with the Marshall Area Chamber of Commerce to provide staff to lead the marketing, recruitment and retention efforts for economic development in the Marshall area.
The goal of the partnership is to create operational efficiencies, maximize limited financial resources, and create a more coordinated community effort to retain and grow Lyon County. Another purpose is to foster relationships which allow contribution of our individual skills toward the common goal, and promote the individual strengths and unique characteristics of each entity to best match potential development prospects with sites and services to fit their needs.
The Chamber has many committees with dedicated volunteers. Check them out here.