A healthy business community fosters growth throughout the greater Muskogee region. The Chamber focuses its energy and resources in these key areas.
The Chamber plans, budgets, coordinates and monitors these programs that are critical to creating a healthy business climate in Muskogee.
Click here to download the current Program of Work
Dedicated to promoting and supporting local businesses associated with this industry, including the Farmers’ Market. They also support the annual Muskogee Regional Junior Livestock Show, which gives 4-H and FFA students the opportunity to exhibit their livestock animals.
My Muskogee Christmas
This program promotes all of the events that are going on in Muskogee. It encourages local shopping and attending local events with incentives to win cash and prizes!
Get more details here!
Military Affairs Committee
The purpose of this committee is to build relationships between the community and Camp Gruber. Camp Gruber has millions of dollars in construction
underway and more planned. The task force realizes that communication is the key to continued growth and support for Camp Gruber and that Gruber has
a large economic impact on the surrounding communities, especially Muskogee and Davis Field.
Local Business & Industry Appreciation
Co-sponsor with The Port of Muskogee and Indian Capital Technology Center an annual awards banquet to recognize local industry accomplishments.
Enhance the promotional campaign to market Muskogee shopping opportunities to outlying areas.
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.
The Chamber encourages members to do business with other members through this robust member-to-member discount program.
All Chamber members and their employees can enjoy these great savings. Present your Member 2 Member Discount Card at the time of purchase at any participating business to receive these exclusive discounts. Watch the Monday Morning Memo and this website for an updated list of discounts throughout the year. Contact the Chamber to order additional cards at only $3.00 per card.
2016 Participating Merchants & Discounts
For questions or details regarding these exclusive discounts, please contact the participating business directly. Discounts are good through December 31, 2016.
Kyle Edwards Buick GMC
$5.00 off any oil change service.
1600 N Main Street, (918) 687-4441
Banks & Investment
Open a new account and receive a $10 gift card.
1215 W Okmulgee Ave, (918) 680-6900
Refer a friend to Firstar Bank for a new checking or savings account and each of you will receive a gift certificate for lunch at your choice of several local restaurants.
510 N Main Street, (918) 681-1650
Customer Service Department
Open a new checking account with Mabrey Bank and receive lunch on us at a Chamber member restaurant. ($15.00 value).
401 N Main Street, (918) 683-2600
See a Personal Banker
Join or renew and receive a free rotisserie chicken, free cheese or pepperoni take-n-bake, $3 off members mark purified water and $4 off red seedless grapes. Please show your M2M card at the membership desk when joining or renewing.
Multiple locations in Tulsa, (918) 254-6202
Ms. Kathy McDaris
TTCU—The Credit Union
Open and make a deposit into a Savings account and receive a free Checking account ($50 value).
3801 W. Okmulgee Avenue, (918) 686-0690
Mr. Ron Morton
Muskogee Swim & Fitness Center
Joining fees will be waived for all new members who present their M2M Card at the time they join the facility ($20.00 value).
566 N. 6th Street, (918) 681-4733
Mrs. Sharon Morgan
15% off the first month with a signed contract or 20% off a strip & wax floor service.
Servicing Greater Muskogee Area, (918) 616-2405
PROforma Mondaine Marketing &: Media
10% off all internet pricing on promotional products.
(918) 577-6574, mondainemktg.espwebsite.com
Mr. Jermaine Mondaine
Ask about the Muskogee Phoenix’s special 2-for-1 business to business offer and enjoy full digital access along with other privileges for subscribers.
214 Wall Street, (918) 684-2828
Ms. Rhonda Overby
15% off for 12 months.
Ms. Sarah Cordell
FREE Chips & Salsa with purchase of one entrée.
950 W. Shawnee Bypass, (918) 682-1652
Mr. Francisco Navarro
One cup of Queso FREE with purchase of two entrees (not valid with other offers).
204 W. Shawnee Avenue, (918) 682-3442
Mr. Mark Melhouse
Receive a 10% discount.
423 W. Shawnee Avenue, (918) 682-4480
Mr. Rick Poslick
Hamlin’s El Toro
One FREE sopapilla with purchase of a numbered dinner.
3325 W. Okumlgee Avenue, (918) 687-9194
Mr. Darren Kilpatrick
1/2 price appetizer with purchase of an entrée.
150 W. Shawnee Avenue, (918) 686-0991
Ms. Tamara Cavin
Grissom’s John Deere
17% discount on all merchandise in stock on the showroom floor.
540 N 43rd Street East, (918) 682-3881
Mr. John Hollingsworth
I’m A Basket Case
15% off all flowers and gifts.
950 N. York Street, (918) 682-2834
Ms. Connie Weese
The Chamber offers many benefits of membership which promote a better business environment.
Click here to download the current Program of Work
The Chamber promotes new and expanding businesses through special events including ribbon cuttings, open houses, and ground-breaking ceremonies. Ambassadors greet members at Chamber events, contact members to improve retention, and assist in acquiring new members. Serving on the Ambassador committee is also a great way to get to know people in the community and enhance your business relationships.
The Chamber encourages members to do business with other members through a robust member-to-member discount program.
To further encourage members to conduct business with each other, the Chamber distributes this easy-to-use reference guide featuring alphabetical listings of members arranged by category, business name, and main representative name. Directory updates are provided periodically to the full membership, and a new directory will be published in the summer. Listings in the directory are free, and there is also the opportunity to purchase ad space within the directory!
The Chamber staff designs and writes the monthly newsletter Muskogee Chamber Connection with space for members to purchase ads. The newsletter is distributed within the Muskogee Phoenix.
We receive requests from folks looking to move to the Muskogee area. We send out packets of information and keep a record of their addresses. If you would like a monthly list of the people that are interested in relocating here, let us know.
Don’t Miss Out On These Benefits!
- Business Referrals (We refer Members FIRST!)
- Online Membership Directory
- Monday Morning Memo
- Member 2 Member Discounts
- Membership Mailing Labels
- Members Only Events
- Chamber Connection Newsletter (printed in the Muskogee Phoenix)
- Credibility & Consumer Trust
- Sponsorship Opportunities
- Ribbon Cuttings & Open Houses
- Chamber Website
- Community Involvement
- Retail Promotions
- Business After Hours
- Chamber Brochure Display
- New Member Orientation
- Muskogee Maps
- Special Events
- Relocation Leads
- Members Only Advertising Opportunities
- Professional Development Opportunities
- Annual Success Expo
- Legislative Forums
- Committee Involvement Opportunities
- Discounted Mailing Services
- Building relationships with other Chamber Members
- Chamber Choice Group Health Insurance
- Chamber Logo on Your Ads
- Livability.com and Muskogee Magazine
The Chamber encourages individuals to participate in volunteer activities that will inject new energy into the community.
The Chamber offers many opportunities to volunteer. Members serve on fun committees and help with events.
Click here for a complete list of committees.
Action in Muskogee
The Chamber supports the AIM: Action In Muskogee Community Visioning Process and encourages members of the community to become involved in this exciting process. AIM started in 2012 with the goal of building a brighter future for Muskogee. The first step was to gather input from community members through community visioning sessions and surveys and the studies that have been put together by various organizations and entities around town. The AIM process is working on pulling all of that information together to build an action plan which prioritizes order of projects to accomplish. For more information on the AIM process and how you can get involved, click here.
Clubs and Organizations
There are many other opportunities to volunteer with other clubs and organizations in the Muskogee area. Download the current clubs and organizations contact list here.