The Bay County Chamber of Commerce was formed in 1913 to promote the industrial and economic growth of Bay County while serving the cities of Callaway, Lynn Haven, Mexico Beach, Panama City Beach, Panama City, Parker, Springfield and unincorporated Bay County.
Since then, the Bay County Chamber has grown tremendously with nearly 3,100 individuals representing more than 1050 businesses. The Chamber is a strong supporter of our military, working closely with our local installations. Economic development is also high on the Chamber's priority list and promotes business and industrial growth through the Bay EDA.
The Chamber is not a division of the U.S. or State Chamber or a part of any county or city government. We are not run by a small group of big businesses. In fact, 85% of the membership is comprised of businesses with 35 or fewer employees.
Members enjoy many well-attended networking functions, and gain personal and professional development with various continuing education and seminar opportunities.
Getting involved is easy with numerous committees such as the Governmental Affairs Committee who represents Bay County businesses on legislative issues at local, state and national levels.
The Chamber exists to make Bay County a better place to live, work and play and is always striving to create value for our membership and helping your business grow.
Click here to view our 2017 Business Plan.
Explore our site, and see what the Bay County Chamber of Commerce has to offer you and your business!