The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was created to help promote businesses and give them free public exposure! Information about your business is printed in the Mini-Cassia Chamber of Commerce newsletter that has over 500 subscribers as well as the The Times-News and The Weekly Journal. The ribbon cutting consists of a small ceremony by the Chamber with our large ceremonial scissors and red ribbon. The Mini-Cassia Ambassadors assist with scheduling your ceremony and the Chamber staff will take photographs at the ceremony.
The Mini-Cassia Ambassadors is a permanent committee of the Mini-Cassia chamber of Commerce that acts as the publicity and public relations arm of the Chamber. They work together to recognize, promote and serve the Mini-Cassia business community. They are responsible for conducting official ceremonies such as ribbon cuttings, Business Open House functions and groundbreakings. This committee is committed to member retention and recruitment and they act as the Membership Committee, assisting the Chamber Membership Director with member recruitment activities.
The Mini-Cassia Chamber of Commerce is regarded as the ultimate business resource in the Minidoka and Cassia counties.
A member-driven organization, the Chamber regularly assesses the needs of local business owners and executives. Programs, products and events are created to deliver strategic solutions to those needs.
ChamberChat is a chat or instant message feature that is quite similar to Facebook's chat allowing members to see who is on the Chamber website and communicate realtime with them. Not only can you communicate one-on-one, but we have a feature Facebook does not...
The Chamber of Commerce for Minidoka & Cassia County
Who We Are
More than just a fantastic social-club, the Mini-Cassia Chamber of Commerce is the local vehicle that enables people to work together to improve business and to build a better community. As a member of the Mini-Cassia Chamber of Commerce, you join with other business professionals in a partnership of progress interested in preserving the quality of life in the Mini-Cassia area.
The Mini-Cassia Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center is the front door of the community, providing recreational information, area maps, and relocation materials. If you are new to the area or are visiting, please stop by our Visitor Center / Gift Shop and we'll make you feel right at home!
"Mini-Cassia" is short for Minidoka & Cassia County, two neighboring counties located in South-Central Idaho. In 1993 the Rupert and Burley chambers merged to create our Chamber, which now has hundreds of businesses as members and covers all 12 towns in the two-county area. Our Chamber is governed by 12 elected, volunteer directors, who actively create programs to promote the area and benefit local businesses.
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Membership has its privileges! We have over 400 businesses in the Mini-Cassia area, working together to help business flourish here in the Mini-Cassia area. Learn more about what we can do for you.
There truly is something for everyone in the Mini-Cassia area. Whether you are looking for adventure in the great outdoors, exploration into history, a neat little boutique, or just some great food; we have it here!
Mini-Cassia is home to 12 cities and towns plus 7 state & national parks, forests, and reserves. The area boasts the ski resort with the longest season and most snowfall as well as the best water skiing area on the Snake River. There is never a dull moment with the multitude of events from festivals and fairs to tournaments and triathlons. The Mini-Cassia area has something for everyone! Come and stay awhile!For brochures or questions,
contact the Mini-Cassia Chamber of Commerce.
Phone: (208) 679-4793
Spring may seem as if it's a long time away, however, it will be here before we know it. So will the Chamber's Annual Women's Seminar and Expo. The date has been set for April 22, 2010. We are now seeking businesses that are interested in sponsoring the event, as well as vendors that are seeking to promote their business or product to the hundreds of women that attend the conference. Registration is now open for Chamber members to fill up the vendor spaces.
Countless hours have gone into making this new website possible. There are several impressive features normally only available to Fortune 500 companies. The goal was to improve communication, networking, and the social aspect. I built in several tools to increase social networking among chamber members. Here is a quick overview...
Mark your calendars and save the Date. The Annual Banquet will be Feb. 11 at the Best Western Burley Inn. Remember, all Chamber members get 2 complimentary tickets with your paid dues. If you have not paid your dues, get them in so you do not miss this great event. We have added something new to the banquet this year. Table sponsors are available for $30.
Dear Fellow Chamber Members,
It is my privilege to serve you as president of the Chamber Board in 2010. As we start the New Year and look forward to a booming economy and steady employment, we would be remiss to not thank the leaders at the Chamber for their efforts for 2009. Brent Tolman, last year’s president, of the Idaho Dept. of Labor, dedicated hundreds of hours to coordinate, train, and plan the activities and events with the help of some great committees to make last year such a success—even with a struggling local economy. Kae Cameron, our Executive Director with a lot of help from Brent and others have done a fantastic job of streamlining our finances and the programs that we use to monitor and safeguard those finances.