Join the Lake Havasu Area Chamber today!


Many of the Chamber's successful programs are a direct result of the efforts of its volunteer committees. In turn, the Lake Havasu business community will benefit from these various projects. Your involvement can play a key role in both the success of the Chamber and in the success of your business. Whether it be your expertise, products, services, or dollars, consider being a partner on a committee.


  • Ambassador

    Serves the Chamber, its members, and the business community through ribbon cuttings, groundbreakings, grand openings, mixers, new member orientations, and shadowing new members. Limited to 35 members by application process. Committee meets the day before monthly mixers at 4:30 p.m.

  • Education

    Under the guidance of the Lake Havasu Chamber Foundation for Education and Leadership, the committee provides Chamber members opportunities for increasing their knowledge of business practices. The committee is responsible for the Chamber’s leadership development program and developing new leaders for Lake Havasu City, along with providing education, training and apprenticeship programs for local businesses. Committee meets on the second Thursday of the month at 4 p.m.

  • Governmental Affairs

    Monitors activities of local, regional, state and federal government activities and legislation to introduce and reinforce pro-business public policy; also educates members of legislation that affects business. Provides candidate training program as part of its affiliation with the Mohave County Chamber’s Coalition (MCCC). Also provides candidate and issue information during election cycles. The committee meets the second Tuesday of the month at 3 p.m. and participates in quarterly MCCC meetings that are rotated between Lake Havasu City, Bullhead City and Kingman.

  • Marketing

    The marketing committee is responsible for all marketing and promotion activities for the Chamber of Commerce. The committee is comprised of members who work to promote the Chamber of Commerce as the region's primary advocate for business. Committee meets on the fourth Monday of the month at 1:30 p.m.

  • Fundaising

    Membership investment dues are the main source of income for the Chamber of Commerce; however additional revenue is generated through special fundraising events.

Committees in Action 

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