Introducing the 2017-2018 Big Lake Community Guide! The newest edition of the popular, local magazine has been released and it is jam packed with info about local events and businesses! Stop at the Chamber Office and grab an issue today. Click the link below to view the online version.
Big Lake Vendor Fair
Registration for 2018 is now open! This annual event formerly known as the Big Lake Business Expo will be held on Sunday, March 4th from 11am to 2pm. Every year the chamber hosts over 1,200 attendees seeking information on Big Lake Businesses and happenings in the area. Come join the fun!
Is your business expanding, relocating, having an anniversary, or opening for the first time? Make this moment for your business special by hosting a Ribbon Cutting or Ground Breaking Ceremony through the Chamber. For more information on how to host a Ribbon Cutting, click the link below.
Tri-Chamber Bowl Off
Great job Big Lake Chamber of Commerce Bowlers! For the second year in a row, Big Lake brought home the Tri Chamber Bowl Off trophy. A huge thank you to Zach Zehnder, Scott Walkner, Sam Olson, Matt Pantze, Eric Petersen, Dewey Somerdorf, Sean Workman, and Dave Miskowic for bowling. Another big thank you to our sponsors ACE Solid Waste, Crossfit Confidence , Edward Jones, and Great River Spine & Sport!
Welcome to the Big Lake Chamber of Commerce & Industry
The Big Lake Chamber of Commerce is located in Big Lake, Minnesota off of Highway 10. We are a non-profit membership organization that exists to help the local business community thrive. Whether your business is large or small, we are here to help you through various networking, marketing, and learning opportunities.
Our Mission: We are committed to the success of the Big Lake Business Community through information, communication, cooperation, and support for all.
Thank you to our sponsors for helping to make this website possible:
Meet our newest member, Wright Technical Center. A High School for Technical & Alternative Education. They service eight member districts in Wright and Sherburne County and provide students with fourteen different career and technical program choices to meet their needs, skills, and career interests.