Members who invest $3,000 or more annually are members of the Corporate Leadership Council (CLC). Small Businesses (companies who certify they have <15 employees and <$1 million in annual revenue or have nonprofit status) are eligible for Corporate Investor benefits for a $1,200 annual investment.
CLC investors are entitled to a host of incremental member benefits in recognition of their commitment to our region’s economic growth and development, and their increased level of investment. CLC investors may participate in quarterly corporate luncheons, Mornings with the Mayor and special meetings with the Tarrant County Commissioner. CLC investors also have the opportunity to allocate up to 50% of their annual membership dollars toward event sponsorships.
Thank You to Our Corporate Leadership Council
1010 Collins Event Centers, Inc.
3Di Sign & Design
A+ Academy Driving School, LLC.
ACARI Management Group, Inc.
Active Family Wellness Center - South
Advanced Integrated Marketing Inc.
Agora Data, Inc.
Al Clark State Farm Insurance and Financial Services
All Cargo Express, LLC
American National Bank of Texas
Anera Sports, LLC
Arlington Board of Realtors
Arlington Professional Firefighters
Asia Times Square
Athletico Physical Therapy
Austin Realty Consultants, LLC
Benson Property Group - Cathy Alexander
Benson Property Group, LLC - Babette Benson
Bit By Bit Computer Consultants
Black Rhino Group
Brodie Consulting Group
Byrne Construction Services
C5 Youth Foundation of Texas
Callaway Financial Services
Canales Franchise LLC
Cassell Realty, Inc." DBA "Texas Investment Real Estate Group
Chick-Fil-A North Collins
Cimarron Window and Door
City of Dalworthington Gardens
Coble-Cravens Financial Services, Inc.
Coca-Cola Southwest Beverages
College of Business, UTA
CORE Insurance Group
Cornerstone Baptist Church
Curnutt & Hafer, L.L.P.
Dallas Wings Basketball
Dan Dipert Coaches/Tours
Digital Seat Media, Inc.
Dodson Management, Inc.
Doskocil Mfg dba Petmate
Durham Contractors L.L.C.
Edward Jones - Jack Webb CRPC¬Æ, Financial Advisor
First Baptist Church
Fletcher Consulting, Public Relations
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Freese and Nichols, Inc.
Front Real Estate Co.
GEC Insurance Services
Ghafari Associates, LLC
Graham Associates, Inc.
Harris Cook Law
Hutcherson Construction, Inc.
Imagine Technology Group
Innovative Logics LLC
International Bowling Campus
International Corridor Vision
Invictus Commercial Equities
J. Gilligan's Bar & Grill
Jack Loteryman CPA PC
Jamil Ahmed, CFP¬Æ | Edward Jones
Jim Ross Law Group, P.C.
John Wright Associates Inc.
Kurt Cherry Commercial
Law Office of Andy Nguyen, PLLC
LBL Architects, Inc.
Legacy Financial, Inc.
Levitt Pavilion - Arlington
Linda Magazzine, Realtor ‚Äì Ebby Halliday
Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, L.L.P.
Live! by Loews
Lockheed Martin Missiles & Fire Control
Lone Star Drone
LouAnn & Mike O'Donnell
Mayes Media Group
Merrill Financial Group
Moore Funeral Home and Cemetery
National Medal of Honor Museum Foundation
NEC Collins & I-30 Partner, L.P. - Champions Park
NEMA Online Signing Solutions & Consultants, LLC.
NJP Commercial Real Estate, LLC
Norred Law, PLLC
North Texas Elite Catering & Events
Northpointe Bank - Richard Schafer
Old Republic Title
On Track Driving School LLC
OverRidge Wealth Advisors
Park Place Motorcars Arlington
Parkhill | Schrickel Rollins
Parks Huffman McVay Shepard & Wells
Perdue, Brandon, Fielder, Collins & Mott
Primera Companies, Inc.
Prince Lebanese Grill
Priority Power Management
Prosperity Bank Arlington
Quintin Huckaby Luxury Real Estate
Radwell International LLC
Randal J Rose
Reliable Commercial Construction
Reliant, an NRG company
Renaissance Wealth Managment
Rent The Runway Inc.
Riverside Golf Club
Rockteen Youth Foundation
RP Anvil, LP
Rumco Properties, LLC
RUSH Human Resources, LLC
Salter Bros. Coffee Roasters
SCM Real Estate Services
Shady Valley Golf Corporation
Shelton, Mead & Shelton
ShopCore Properties dba Lincoln Square
Smart City Texas
Southern Flair Photography
State Representative Tony Tinderholt
Sugar Bee Sweets Bakery
Sutton Frost Cary LLP
Talon Industries, Inc.
Tarrant County College - Southeast Campus
Tarrant County College District
Tarrant Small Business Development Center
Texas Capital Bank
Texas Health Heart and Vascular Hospital Arlington
Texas Rehabilitation Hospital of Arlington, LLC
The Holman Group at Front Real Estate Co.
The Oakridge School
The Parks at Arlington
The Sanford House
The Sheraton Arlington Hotel
The Stoglin Group
The ZigZag Stripe
Tier One Security
Town Talk Foods
University of Texas at Arlington | College of Engineering
Urgentology Care - Urgent Care
USMD Hospital at Arlington
Viridian Community Association
Walk-Ons Sports Bistreaux
Worthington National Bank
Zale Properties, Inc.
Zang/Adams Real Estate Advisors
“The Chamber offers benefits for all types of members. Whether it’s a deeply involved small business or the largest entity in the greater Arlington area, the Chamber provides products and services to deliver results to your business AND your community. Ultimately, you feel a sense of accomplishment both professionally and personally.”
"Being a member of the Chamber has completely transformed my business. Their commitment to ensure its members' success is unlike any other support a small business owner can receive. Through my membership, I’ve had the opportunity to network with organizations like the City of Arlington, UT Arlington, Tarrant County College and AISD. In short, my Chamber membership has been a game changer.”
The Zang Group
Corporate Leadership Council Benefits
CLC investors work directly with a member of the Chamber’s management team who serve as their primary point of contact and direct liaison at the Chamber.
Corporate Investor Council Luncheon:
CLC investors meet three times annually with the Chamber Board Chair and President & CEO for in-depth briefings on Chamber’s initiatives. In addition, guest speakers representing organizations and agencies in our region provide briefings and insight related to their agendas.
The Owner/Manager/President/CEO is given priority consideration for selection as a board member which provides the guidance and direction to the implementation of our initiatives.
Morning with the Mayor:
This quarterly breakfast affords CLC investors the opportunity to join Arlington’s Mayor and City Manager for briefings on critical City issues and projects as well as to discuss issues of interest to the business community.
CLC members may designate up to 5 employees as affiliate members eligible to participate in the Chamber’s networking programs, which include Chamber After Hours, Business Over Breakfast, and Referral Leads Groups, at no additional cost.
Events & Sponsorships:
Eligible to pre-enroll in all designated Chamber activities and events throughout the year, and include the cost in your annual billing.