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Long Beach Chamber of Commerce

The Long Beach Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to:

  • Providing valuable services and programs to members which are attuned to the needs of the Long Beach business community.
  • Advocating for a positive business environment within the city of Long Beach and the entire Mississippi Gulf Coast.
  • Hosting events and program that support its members and the Long Beach community in the areas of Community & Economic Development, Education & Workforce Development, Military Affairs, Government Affairs, and Small Business Development.

Grant & Scholarship Opportunities:

There are no grants available at this time.

There are no scholarships available at this time.

Events and Programs

TasteOfLongBeach LogoAn annual event held to showcase local Long Beach businesses and to expose more people to what Long Beach has to offer. This is a networking opportunity scheduled after working hours, and funds raised from the event support the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce's Program of Work.

A breakfast meeting that provides an opportunity for networking as well as an update from the Long Beach Mayor. The Mayor's State of the City Address is presented at Breakfast with the Mayor.

Aline Doherty Citizen of the Year award is awarded annually to a resident or business owner of Long Beach who, through the community and the spirit of volunteerism, over a period of time, has improved the quality of life in Long Beach and brought credit to Long Beach and to the Gulf Coast. The Aline Doherty Citizen of the Year award is presented at Breakfast with the Mayor.

The Long Beach Chamber of Commerce First Responder Awards and the Fred Walker Educator of the Year award are presented at Breakfast with the Mayor.

The Long Beach Chamber of Commerce host Lunch Break every other month. The goal of the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce Lunch Break is to network and promote local businesses, while enjoying a great meal at one of our many chamber restaurants in Long Beach. Lunch Breaks are held at a different member restaurants to promote each other’s business while networking and getting to know new friends and neighbors.

TAT Logo 2016 UpdatedRemember the awe you once held for larger-than-life machines going about their seemingly-impossible tasks? A fire truck racing down a street; thinking how fun a dump truck would be to operate; or if you would ever get to sit in the bucket of a tractor?

Long Beach Chamber of Commerce’s Touch A Truck event gives local children and adults alike a chance to fulfill those childhood curiosities while learning and interacting with the businesses of the community. Touch A Truck is different than a car show. Kids can interact with not only the trucks, but with the “heroes” that drive and operate them. They can hear the sirens, watch the tractor bucket move, and learn about the safety of the vehicles through fun, interactive games.

Long Beach Chamber of Commerce’s Touch A Truck is a fundraising event that provides kids of all ages with the opportunity to experience life-size vehicles and interact with community support leaders like police officers, firemen, construction workers and many more! Monies raised from this event go towards the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce High School Scholarship and Small Business Grants.

Created in 2014, local state representatives present on the recent legislative session. The breakfast allows individuals the opportunity to obtain firsthand information while creating an exchange with local elected officials in a small group business setting. This event is hosted by the Long Beach and Pass Christian Chamber of Commerce.

Created in 2015, this breakfast is held to let the Alderman have a platform to tell the businesses and citizens what has been going on in their Ward and in the city.