Membership Benefits

The Wasilla Chamber offers these exciting tools as part of your core membership, designed to help you succeed.

luncheonsAttending Tuesday Luncheons

Meet and network with your fellow chamber members every Tuesday for lunch. Whether you are new to the area or have done business here for decades, there is always an opportunity to meet a new client, develop a new relationship, or find a new program partner at our weekly meetings. A schedule of our weekly speakers is available on the main page of our website.

How? Arrive at The Grill between 11:30 am and 12:00 pm on any Tuesday.

spotlightLuncheon Business Spotlight

Showcase your business with a 5-minute ‘member spotlight.’ Present a slide-show, play a game, have some fun with it! This is also your opportunity to place print material at lunch tables for that meeting.

How? Contact the Membership Director to schedule your Spotlight.

announcementsChamber Luncheon Announcements

Each GWCC luncheon offers several 1-minute announcements so you can let other members know what is happening at your business or organization. And bring your supporting brochure or other printed material for the information table in the lobby.

How? Sign up early at the front counter when checking in for a meeting.

greeterBe a Luncheon Greeter

Greeter service at GWCC luncheon offers you the opportunity to meet every chamber member attending that luncheon face to face. Hand out promotional materials, or just your business card to expand your network.

How? Contact our Membership Director to schedule as a Greeter.

prizesTuesday Luncheon Prizes

Donate prizes for our weekly split-the-pot drawing to show off your company’s products or services. Keep your business name and brand in front of potential new customers. Every donation puts your name in the box for our bi-weekly Member Spotlight drawing. The selected business will be our featured member on our website as well as in our weekly slide show and e-news for the next two weeks. 

How? Drop off an item at the front counter when checking in for a meeting.

enewsWeekly E-News Bulletins

We email a weekly E-news newsletter to over 500 business owners and managers. Tell the community what new and exciting things are happening in your world. You can add your email address to the E-news mailing list on our website.

How? Email your info to memberservices@wasillachamber.org by Wednesday at noon.

mailingListMembership Mailing List

As a member you can receive a list of every other chamber member and their contact information in either Microsoft Excel format, or as a PDF file, formatted for printing on standard Avery 5160 (InkJet) and 8160 (Laserjet) labels.

How? Contact the Membership Director to receive a list in Excel or Avery label format.

onsiteBrochuresFree Flyer and Brochure Distribution in the Chamber Office

We have thousands of people walk through our office for regional and visitor information each year. Make sure your brochure or flyer is available for distribution to other members, as well as residents and visitors waiting for the train.

How? Drop your materials off at our office located at 415 E. Railroad Ave, in Wasilla.

calendarWebsite Listings & Free Online Community Calendar

Our website received over 100,000 unique visitors each year. Members receive three sub-category listings in our searchable online Directory. To get the most benefit, regularly make sure your address and contact information is up to date! Do you have an upcoming event, sale or seminar? Ask to have it listed in our online community calendar.

How? Update your listing or request a calendar addition through our website.

printDirectoryAdvertise in the GWCC Print Directory

Chamber members can advertise in our annual Print Directory published by Marcoa Publishing. 10,000 copies are available to all valley businesses, and is routinely mailed to out-of-state visitors and families planning to relocate.

How? Contact the Membership Director to sign-up for advertising (by March 1st each year).

volunteerismVolunteer! Board of Directors, Committees & Events

Through our board and committee structure, the chamber addresses the important issues of public policy; business success and economic development. Volunteers make contacts with like-minded business professionals, gain valuable leadership experiences and receive increased visibility for themselves and their organizations. We also host several community and fundraising events throughout the year. Expand your personal and professional network through volunteerism!

How? Contact the Executive Director for more information.

Networking & More

  • Free cooperative advertising opportunities with Chamber media members
  • Exclusive Member Discounts!
  • Free political input at all levels of government on issues that affect your customers and bottom line
  • Free consumer and business referrals
  • Free Member Mailing Lists and Labels for direct marketing
  • Free use of Chamber bulk mail permit for reduced postage costs
  • Free new business welcoming at Grand Openings and Ribbon-Cuttings
  • Free spotlight opportunities to promote your products or services at luncheons.
  • Weekly Chamber Luncheon Meetings and weekly Chamber E-News keep you informed of trends, issues and opportunities
  • Sponsorship opportunities promote your business at Chamber and CVB special events.

Contact your chamber office for more information, or to schedule a personal consultation to identify the benefits best for your business and marketing strategy.