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Explore the Benefits of Being a Member of the Loudoun Chamber

When consumers know that your business is a member of the local Chamber of Commerce, they are 80% more likely to support your services. The Loudoun Chamber of Commerce is proud to serve as the largest Chamber in Northern Virginia, and we are here to help you build your brand, grow your business, and become a leader in our community.  Click through to find the different avenues for engagement within the Chamber, and scroll down to see some of our members’ testimonials!

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What Members Are Saying


“Being a part of the Chamber has really helped us at Symphony Financial to get involved more in Loudoun. It’s given us a great opportunity to connect with other businesses and individuals here and provided us a new depth of knowledge and learning about all the opportunities there are in Loudoun as it is a growing community.”  Mitch Mahoney – Symphony Financial

The Chamber has been instrumental in our growth here in Loudoun. We recently moved here and didn’t really know anybody, much less the community or culture. We immediately joined and got involved in anything we could get our hands on. In the restaurant industry, building our business is our brand, and we’ve really lucked out in that way because we’ve had such help and such a warm welcome from the  Loudoun community.   Liz Gartzke – City Tap Loudoun

Friends of Loudoun Mental Health has been a member of the Chamber for nine years.  In that time, we have made many connections that have brought benefits.  Word about our organization has traveled across the county.  We have been honored to be selected as a finalist for Non-Profit of the Year twice.  And we have gained two new board members through connections in the Chamber.  We cannot forget that we have been the recipient of grant funds from the Foundation.  All of these things would not be possible without working with the many members of this wonderful organization.” Katrina Cole – Friends of Loudoun Mental Health

I live, work & play in Loudoun and it was important for me and my organization to be a part of the LCCC. What I didn’t realize was all of the personal and professional connections I would make. The Chamber has helped me grow professionally and I have an incredible network of amazing community, business, and nonprofit leaders as a result!!

-Stacey Metcalfe, Morven Park