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Local economy growth through a robust business community.
Chamber members enjoy reading our Friday weekly eNews for information that impacts local business, networking events and member spotlights. Non-members may receive eNews for $50 annually. Subscribe.
The 2nd Non-Resident Big Bear Property Owners Quarterly is emailed quarterly to subscribers. The content includes Big Bear government and community news, help and advice on the care and maintenance of your Big Bear home and local insider tips. Subscribe for Free.
Electric Car Chargers
The Chamber suggests that you completely recharge your electric car at the base of the mountain before you visit Big Bear. Although there are a few chargers here, Big Bear does NOT have superchargers.
The Chamber is embarking on an exciting plan to better serve our members and the community and provide leadership. Our 2023-2025 Strategic Plan was adopted this year and is already in action. Read more.
Buy an eGift Card
Give the gift of a digital Chamber eGift Card as a birthday gift, a holiday surprise, a thank you to employees, or a gift to a friend. There are lots of merchants in the Big Bear Valley to choose from. Your gift recipient will be thrilled to receive it. Shop Here.
The Chamber is pleased to welcome our newest members who have made the wise investment in their business by joining the Chamber.
You too can make a great investment in your business with the support, services and benefits of Chamber membership. Join Today.
Online Business Resource Library
In the Chambers’ 2023-2025 Strategic Plan, one major goal is to develop an online resource for small business. It will include specific information for persons considering opening a business or those with an idea for a new business, entrepreneurs, just-opened businesses, and first-time business owners.
The Library will also contain articles and guides, free webinars, and tips for any business owner or business-minded individuals.
If you are considering relocating your business to Big Bear, the Library will have the steps you need to take and specific considerations for relocating your busness to a mountain community.
For now, check out our Resources page for various information or call the Chamber at (909) 866-4607 to get answers and advice.
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Big Bear is an excellent location to do business, with more than 7 million annual visitors, 20K residents, and second-homeowners.
Big Bear is located within an easy drive to Ontario, Palm Springs, LA and San Diego airports and our private airport in Big Bear City. The Big Bear Valley is located in the San Bernardino National Forest at 7,000 feet elevation in a rural, active and friendly community.
Big Bear is a great location for any business interested in locating to Southern California, but away from urban life to enjoy a peaceful mountain lifestyle and a profitable business.
Shop Local eGift Card
Give the gift of a digital Chamber eGift Card as a birthday gift, a holiday surprise, a thank you to employees, or a gift to a friend. There are lots of merchants in the Big Bear Valley to choose from. Your gift recipient will be thrilled to receive it.