Membership Investment Schedule
Seniors (over 65 years of age) and not affiliated with a Business
Family / Individual or Home-based Business
Small Business/ Entrepreneur or Free Agent
Businesses with less than 3 employees
(including Churches, Non-Profits & Civic Clubs)
Bronze Level - Businesses with less than 15 employees
(including Schools or Licensed Professional Occupations)
Silver Level - Businesses with less than 50 employees
Gold Level - Businesses with less than 100 employees
Platinum Level - Businesses with 100+ employees
(including Banks & Utilities)
Enhanced Chamber Web Listing
* In addition to Chamber membership. Optional Upgrade of standard web listing in the Chamber online database to an enhanced listing which includes; Business Description, Hours of Operation, Location Map, Main Representative, Email, Logo & Photo Gallery
Ambassador Committee Membership Dues
* In Addition to Chamber Membership. • Chamber Ambassadors are individuals who help represent and promote the Wetumpka Area
Chamber of Commerce, as well as promote their own member business to other Chamber members.
• The Ambassador Program consists of enthusiastic volunteers from the Chamber
membership who donate their time to help build member commitment and raise
community awareness of Chamber activities and benefits.
INVESTMENT SCHEDULE DEFINITIONS
Seniors: Individuals not associated with a company over 65 years of age
Family or Individuals: Those individuals not associated with a business listing.
General Businesses: Any business licensed in the City of Wetumpka or the County of Elmore, includes businesses not otherwise classified.
Licensed Professional Occupations: Physicians, dentists, osteopaths, chiropractors,
attorneys, CPA’s, accountants, architects, engineers, veterinarians, or any
other person whose degree confers special privilege. Base fee for the
business principal and additional fee for each partner or associate listed
(on web page or printed material) with the business.
Entrepreneur of Free Agents: Residential and commercial realtors;
insurance agencies with multiple agents. Base fee for one broker/agent
and additional fee for each associate listed (on web page or printed
material) with the business.
Utilities: Includes electricity, natural gas, telephone and water.
Banks: Includes employee credit unions, savings and loans.
Non-profit Organizations: churches, civic and garden clubs and associations such
as scouting, all dedicated to the enhancement of life in the area.
Those having 501-C-(3) or 501-C-(6) status.
Schools: Private or public schools and Boards of Education.
If you have questions regarding your business classification, please contact the Chamber Office, 567-4811.
To compute the number of persons involved in a business, consider two part-time people equal to one full-time person.
By-laws - Section 5, Voting Each member designee shall be entitled to cast one vote but no firm, association or corporation shall have more than five (5) votes. Voting entitlement shall be determined by the amount of investment in multiples of $100.00, not to exceed five (5) votes.
TERMINATION OF MEMBERSHIP
By written notice, any member may request to terminate membership.
All memberships are billed January 1 of each year. If payment is not received in thirty (30) days, a second notice will be sent; if payment is not received in sixty (60) days, a FINAL NOTICE will be sent; if payment is not received in ninety (90) days, any benefits such as referrals, newsletters, notices, and internet use/association benefits will be terminated.