Muskogee is a hub of regional growth in Northeast Oklahoma.
At the crossroads of the continent, Muskogee businesses command remarkable access to industrial, agricultural, wholesale and consumer markets throughout North America. Located near three U.S. highways, one interstate, and three major rivers, Muskogee’s location truly is ideal for business. With a growing affluent population and new businesses reporting success stories every month, Muskogee has much to offer businesses and retailers. Unique community events draw hundreds of thousands each year to Muskogee, and our major merchants report 60% of their sales are to residents from outside of Muskogee. More than 222,000 people live within an easy 30-minute drive.
Muskogee’s progressive council-city manager government believes in growing businesses and helping them prosper. The city government and the Muskogee Chamber of Commerce work closely together to attract new businesses and residents. Their positive attitude toward development and commitment to keeping the process simple means locating a business here just makes sense. The success of this partnership is visible every day in Muskogee, evidenced by new construction and expanding businesses.
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The Muskogee City-County Port Authority’s Business Development Office, in conjunction with the City of Muskogee works to implement an economic development program designed to increase business investment and job opportunities in the Muskogee community. Click here to visit their website and learn more about Business and Economic Development in Muskogee.
The Muskogee City-County Port Authority works to ensure the continued viability of the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System while encouraging retention, expansion, and location of industry to benefit the City of Muskogee, Muskogee County and the State of Oklahoma. Click here to visit their website and more about industrial opportunities in Muskogee.
The Chamber provides educational support, recognition, and networking opportunities to retain and grow businesses and industries in the greater Muskogee area.
Actively involved in supporting local agricultural businesses, the Chamber distributes an Agricultural Resource Guide and serves as a sounding board for events like the Muskogee Farmers’ Market. We also support the Muskogee Regional Junior Livestock Show by hosting a Business After Hours in conjunction with the event.
The Chamber actively participates, providing resources for the holiday retail promotion and local shopping initiatives throughout the year.
We serve as a think tank to facilitate discussion and recommend revitalization strategies for the city of Muskogee.
Quarterly workshops designed to help members provide affordable education to their employees on topics that are important in business today. Subjects range from how to build business relationships and customer service to keeping up with today’s technology.
Local Business & Industry Committee
The Chamber co-sponsors this committee with The Port of Muskogee Business Development and Indian Capital Technology Center. The BIC hosts an annual awards banquet to recognize local industry accomplishments.
Magic Promotions Committee
We sponsor community-wide annual retail promotions including Muskogee’s Magic Holiday Giveaway, an Azalea Festival Promotion, and the Fall Festival of Fabulous Savings.
The Chamber encourages members to do business with other members through a robust member-to-member discount program.
We provide a resource directory of the Chamber membership arranged alphabetically and by category to encourage member-to-member business.
We plan and implement a business-to-business marketing event designed to showcase member businesses and organizations, and provide a forum for employers and employees as well as free training seminars.
Women’s Leadership Conference
The Chamber plans and implements a marketing event and conference program designed to develop women’s business skills and help women business owners improve their bottom line.