Executive Leadership Council members, known throughout the Chamber as ELCs, invest $6,000+ into the Chamber to aid the growth and development of our programs and initiatives.
ELC investors receive all the benefits of CLCs with the addition of logo features on the screens in the Chamber Boardroom and on the website (see below). They also have the ability to use half of their investment toward major event sponsors, like hosting a table at the Chamber Annual Dinner or State of the City Address.
“Being a major investor at the Arlington Chamber of Commerce has been one of the best business decisions we could make for our restaurant. It has provided us an opportunity to build relationships with the leaders of our city and network with local businesses. Furthermore, it has allowed us to see how the future economic growth and development of Arlington will positively impact and grow our business. Together we do succeed.”
Beth Ann Jones,
Chick-fil-A at North Collins
"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
Executive Leadership Council Benefits
ELC investors have the opportunity to be interviewed by Bryan Weatherford about their company/organization. This video can be used in any way the company sees fit and the Chamber will also spotlight the video on our social media channels.
Corporate Investor Council Luncheon:
All corporate investors are invited to quarterly luncheons hosted by a volunteer corporate investor company for exclusive networking.
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 ELC investors the opportunity to join Arlington’s Mayor for briefings on critical City issues and projects as well as to discuss issues of interest to the business community.
ELC members may participate in the Chamber’s networking programs, which include Chamber After Hours, Business Over Breakfast, Networking Groups, and Happy Hours , 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.