The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce began as the Williston Community Club in 1907 and changed its name to the Williston Chamber of Commerce in 1939. They have worked to support and advocate for local businesses, organizations, and community members. With a mission of "advancing the exceptional economic growth of the greater Williston area, fostering a community where people want to live and thrive, not just work." The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce holds numerous networking events each month, with Business After Hours being one of their top Networking Events. Held the 2nd Thursday of each month, it gives members and the public a chance to gather, network, and highlight who they are and what they do. This event is open to the public and a great way to connect with local businesses.
Business owner describes who they are, what they do, and what new things they have rolling out: for January's business, The Strike Zone and Sports Den Business After Hours highlighted the remodel of the Lanes, their numerous leagues, tournaments, their Hand-Made Brick Oven Pizzas, (YOU GUYS, THEY'RE SO GOOD) along with their other menu items, FREE 10-frames round of bowling, a chance to win a Gift card to Strike Zone, more networking games and the upcoming remodel ofThe Sports Den this May!
Being a member of the Williston Area Chamber of Commerce has many benefits, such as:
Get to know your community's business leaders and fellow chamber members by attending networking events & participating on committees.
The Chamber holds workshops, seminars, and conferences for members to gain new knowledge and skills to enhance your business.
With a new Chamber Membership, you will gain free promotion and publicity by being featured in the Chamber Newsletter and Social Media and gain opportunities for low-cost advertising.
The Chamber initiates more B2B Commerce and more opportunities for networking and connecting local professionals than is available through most other local organizations.
Chamber Events allow members to get to know new people and expand their prospect base. Events and Committees are fun for members to become more engaged with the community.
The Chamber advocates on the state and local levels on behalf of our members and business interests.
For more information or to join, head over to their website at