Thank you for your consideration of becoming a member of the Hardin County Chamber & Business Alliance and building a successful partnership. As the largest member-driven organization in Hardin County, Alliance members are more than a business directory, they are our partners! Partners in growth, collaboration, and building a stronger community to make Hardin County
a great place to live, work and prosper!

Your membership is an investment and as a result, the Alliance’s Chamber, Economic Development, Community Development and Tourism divisions, board of directors, staff and fellow members will provide you with the best experience possible. We want to know what your expectations are for your investment in membership and how we can provide you with the best return.
We want to communicate with you and play a role in your successful growth.

Please review our 10 Ways to Make Your Membership Work for You section of this brochure and use it as a guide to the endless opportunities to partnering with Alliance. We stand firmly behind the importance of joining our organization and engaging with us and other members to ensure you thrive in Hardin County!

Let us be the first to welcome you and thank you for your partnership!



  1. Membership brings credibility to your business.
  2. Increase your visibility in the community.
  3. Build partnerships to leverage business growth.
  4. Expand your opportunities through networking and event participation.
  5. Think big, expand your regional footprint.
  6. Influence your local government and engage in issues that matter to you.
  7. Be the first to know what's happening in Hardin County.
  8. Create relationships with an ideal audience to grow repeat referral business.
  9. Marketing-promotion, partnership and training.
  10. Access to members only discounts & services.

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Did You Know

When customers know a local business
is a member of their local Chamber of Commerce, they are...


  • 44 percent more likely to think favorably of the business.
  • 63 percent more likely to purchase goods or services from
  • the business.
  • 26 percent more effective for communicating the business is reputable.