The Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce is organized to advance the general welfare and prosperity of the Kingman area so that its citizens and all areas of its business community shall prosper.
We are an ambassador for our city and county in everything we do.
We create and distribute a monthly newsletter 'Chamber Connections' to keep the public in the know on our business and organizations.
We help to build a community to which residents, visitors, and investors are attracted.
We work to help businesses stay informed and connected.
We provide an abundance of networking opportunities, such as Mixers and Open Houses.
We broadcast emails weekly in order to provide our members with the most up-to-date information in the community.
We mentor FBLA students by providing volunteer opportunities in the office and joining in on monthly Board Meetings.
We offer members the use of our paid for Bulk Rate Stamp allowing them to market their business at a discounted rate.
We are the point of contact for politicians planning to visit Kingman and Kingman County.
We currently serve as a member of the Chamber Executives of Kansas.
We actively work to coordinate our efforts with those of other groups to expose our businesses to as many people as possible.
We proudly plan and promote community activities and events each year, which are designed to attract more visitors to our city, such as: Spring Fling, 4th of July Festival, Fall Festival, and the annual Lighted Christmas Parade/Parade Day.
We distribute member promotional items such as: business cards, ink pens, emery boards, coffee cups, hats, measuring tapes, etc.
We distribute educational materials from area agencies such as the Kansas Small Business Administration.
We give informative presentations to local organizations such as Lions Club and Rotary Club to keep up-to-date on current events in the community.
We host Ribbon Cuttings and Grand Opening celebrations.
We refer callers seeking housing to local real estate agents.
We promote shopping local through our 'Chamber Bucks' gift certificate program.
We support an aluminum can recycling program which benefits Chamber programs and Kingman High School Scholarship Funds.
We maintain a Facebook page promoting local businesses, employment opportunities, announcements, etc.
Contact us at (620) 532-1853 or