The Trail & District Chamber of Commerce advocates for the business community to support and encourage successful growth and development.
The Chamber is driven to connect our members to business, education, benefits and all levels of government. To accomplish our mission, we provide you with four pillars of service:
Connecting and Developing | Business Opportunities
You need to grow your business. To help you do that we provide opportunities to continuously improve your business knowledge and develop your network. We provide you with an array of events and opportunities that include seminars, workshops, luncheons and networking events during which you can gain the knowledge or connections to grow your business.
Saving You Money | A Better Bottom Line
Your bottom line is as important to us as it is to you. We provide you with access to local, regional and national money-saving programs including hotel; car rentals; day to day purchases; gas and diesel discounts; group health insurance plans; office supply discounts and much more. All at the best rate to save you money.
Building Your Brand | More Business Visibility
Get your business in front of more potential customers. Leverage your membership to promote your business through our internal marketing streams or via member discounts that save you on marketing budgets. Our member-exclusive advertising options include websites on our business directory, tradeshow exhibitor spaces, sponsorship and access to local marketing supports and tools.
Advocacy for You | Business-Friendly Public Policy
We bring your voice to government! Your business needs the right environment to thrive. BC Chamber is a leader on the federal stage, we lobby government to implement positive, business-friendly changes to public policy that affect your business.
To learn more about each pillar of service, visit trailchamber.bc.ca or connect with us: 250.368.3144.
A trusted resource to an engaged business community.
In 1896, Frank Hanna, one of Trail’s founding fathers, assembled a meeting consisting of 45 people. The result of that meeting was a decision to continue to meet every Monday night on, “Matters pertaining to the health of the City and its protection from fire”. The Board of Trade, as it was then known, was finally registered on December 11, 1900.