“Our common thread is the unparalleled support we receive from our nationally recognized and award winning Chamber of Commerce; a Chamber whose ongoing vision is to ensure the growth and prosperity of our business community and its members. Our Chamber of Commerce exists so that we can do together what one cannot do alone.”
Barb Vetter, Bank of the West
The Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce is a bi-state, regional federation of over 2,100 private, public and non-profit member firms representing more than 109,000 people. The largest local chamber in North Dakota and Minnesota, The Chamber advocates for a strong metropolitan community and supports the interests of its members, which are located in Cass and Clay Counties and beyond.
"The Chamber promotes economic growth and prosperity for business and its members through leadership in advocacy, education and engagement."
The Chamber is the leader in ensuring the growth and prosperity of our regional business community and members.
The Chamber has won numerous local and national awards for its products and services. We continually strive to better our organization and the benefits we provide to our members. View our award history.
At the heart of a local economy and the backbone of the nation's economy are local chambers of commerce. Celebrating and promoting the diversity and uniqueness of their communities, chambers of commerce form the fabric of America. Chambers are a primary source of information for businesses and individuals alike. Chambers represent business interests in the community. The work of local chambers of commerce is vital to the local economy. Chambers provide programs and services for businesses large and small. They fight for pro-business legislation and form public and private alliances. Chambers also provide leadership in civic affairs and help to attract new businesses and residents.
A strong, dynamic business community benefits the entire community. Chambers directly involve themselves in the community to create the environment where people want to live, work, visit and do business. With the support of chambers, businesses and communities grow and prosper.
Bottom line: chambers of commerce exist to do together what one cannot do alone.