• Join the Chamber

  • The Midland Area Chamber of Commerce is a dynamic organization evolving to meet the ever-changing needs of our members. Through the vast resources of our membership, we offer services and programs to strengthen your business. As the voice of our membership, we are proactive in addressing issues affecting Midland area business. We also partner with other organizations to improve the economic climate of the Great Lakes Bay Region. Join with us and get connected to customers, other business, and the community.

    Online Membership Application (Join right now and pay with a debit/credit card)

    Paper/PDF Application (Mail application with a check or debt/credit payment)

    See how our members are using their Chamber benefits:

  • Employee Count Full Time / 40 Hours Membership Investment
    Up to 8 : $275
    9-16 : $425
    17-25 : $600
    26-50 : $850
    50-60 : $1,250
    Over 60 : Negotiated
    501C3 / Non-Profit Orgs : $275
    Retirees / Gov't Officials (Individuals) : $81
    * Additional fees: One-time processing fee of $40 for new account set-ups.
  • Commonly Asked Membership Questions

    A retired individual membership is for one individual who would like to remain connected into the business community after retiring. If they are employed by a business, even part-time, that business must be a Chamber member and join at the appropriate employee count rate.

    Click here to learn how your business can qualify for a 25 percent discount by also being a member of the Bay Area Chamber or the Saginaw County Chamber of Commerce.

    Membership starts the day your business joins and runs for one year. Your membership investment is not prorated for a January 1st billing cycle.

    Membership auto renews so you don't have to worry about losing your benefits. The annual membership investment invoices are sent by mail 30 days prior to your yearly billing date. If you wish to cancel, just contact the Chamber by phone, email or mail and we'll take care of your account, hassle-free.

    Yearly membership dues are based on the number of employees working for the business or organization. Full time employees count as one and part-time employees count as 1/2 employees. Owners are counted as employees for the business. See the chart above to find your membership investment category.