Annual Meeting &
Network with fellow Chamber members at these monthly, informal events at various business locations in Salina.
Celebrations of new businesses, re-openings and ground breaking ceremonies.
A program sponsored by the Chamber and Greater Salina Community Foundation. It is designed to develop competent community leaders. The purpose of the program is to make participants aware of the issues, challenges, and opportunities facing this area and inspire them to accept the responsibility of providing the leadership necessary for the continued progress and development of the community.
The program is open to all Junior class members in Saline County High Schools, St. John’s Military School, Salina Christian Academy, and home school students. Topics include Chamber of Commerce; Education; Local Government; Business; Quality of Life; and Leadership Skills.
A program designed to honor prominent business leaders, both past and present, who have made extraordinary contributions to Salina.
All-American Team: This team of volunteers serves as an extension of the Chamber’s Ribbon Cuttings and Ground Breaking ceremonies.
Business Referrals: The Chamber refers and recommends only member firms when inquiries are made by phone or in person.
Chamber Conference Room: We offer a reduced rate for members to hold meetings and seminars.
ChamberNET: An inexpensive direct marketing service promoting your business or organization
Delta Dental: Group dental insurance coverage
Kansas All Breeds Dairy Show: The show is co-sponsored by the Agriculture Division of the Chamber and the Kansas Dairy Association, in cooperation with the Central Kansas Research and Extension.
Mid-America Farm Expo: The Expo has grown to become one of the largest Spring Farm Shows in the Midwest. Over 325 exhibits are on display representing approximately 275 companies from around the United States. The Expo attracts over 10,000 people each year.
Membership Directory: An online business directory by specific category which includes link to business website and information listed.
Newsletter: A monthly newsletter highlighting chamber activities, new members, new businesses, and business information. A brief write up about your business in the Chamber monthly newsletter.
Plan Room: A weekly update of blueprints of construction projects in the area. Members can check them out for up to 48 hours.
School to Career: A program designed to be an inclusive program and build partnerships. Students participate in work-based experiences designed to enhance the learning experience.
Smoky Hill Silver Gift Certificates: Smoky Hill Silvers are sold to the general public and redeemed only at participating Chamber member businesses.
Take 5: Chamber member interviews that are featured in our newsletter, website and social media pages.
Candidate Forum: The Chamber sponsors Candidates Forum for candidates running for local or state legislature. The format of the forums consist of opening remarks by each candidate, questions from a media panel, questions from the audience, and closing remarks by each candidate. A Candidate Profile on each candidate is provided. The forum are free and open to the public.
Legislative Issues Meetings: In an effort to keep area citizens informed on state legislative activity, the Chamber hosts a series of Legislative Issue Meetings with our local Saline County Legislative delegation during the state legislative session. The format of the meetings consists of opening remarks from the legislature, questions from the audience, and closing remarks from the legislators. The meetings are free and open to the public.
Prescription Drug Card: This program is provided to help individuals and families lower prescription drug costs. It can be used at more than 56,000 national and regional pharmacies.
Wage and Benefit Survey: The most up-to-date wage and benefit survey of Salina and Saline County businesses.