Chamber Programs

The Gallatin Area Chamber exists to support, educate, and engage our member businesses as well as the Gallatin community. Throughout the year, we offer a variety of programs that provide opportunities for our members to connect and grow. Frequency varies by program; some occur weekly while others are monthly or quarterly. Visit our calendar of events to see the what is coming up next.

Interested in learning more about a particular program? Click here for our 2019 program and event sponsorship opportunities and/or contact Lindsay, our Marketing and Program Coordinator, at


Join us for coffee & conversation with a local community leader ‘Before Office Stuff Starts’ (BOSS) on the first Friday of every month at Umbra Coffee, 106 Public Square. Swing by anytime between 8:00am-9:00am - coffee is provided! Monthly on the first Friday, 8:00am - 9:00am



Networking Power Lunch

Extend your network, build relationships and break bread with fellow members of the Chamber on the 2nd & 4th Tuesday of every month! The restaurant location varies from week to week but one thing stays the same…they’re all chamber members! All attendees will have one minute to introduce themselves to the group and are responsible for the cost of their own meal. 
**Exclusive to Members of the Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce. Guests can attend up to three times before joining.

Leads Exchange

Share a lead; get a lead on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of every month! Derryberry’s Heat & Air, 212 North Water Ave, Gallatin is the stationary location. All attendees have one minute to introduce themselves; A 10 minute presentation will be given by our Member Spotlight- they will also provide lunch! Those arriving past 11:40am will not be permitted introduction time.
**Exclusive for Members of the Gallatin Area Chamber; Guests can attend up to three times before joining.


Held on the second Monday of each month, Gallatin Area Chamber monthly lunches are well attended with 100-150 in attendance and feature a speaker with a timely and relevant topic. Monthly luncheons are a chance for Chamber and community members to connect with each other and learn about upcoming community - all while enjoying a delicious meal from a local caterer or eatery. All luncheons are held in Gallatin, but vary month to month as we rotate between Chamber member venues. Reservations are required for both members and  future members. Cost for members is $18 and future members is $25. Monthly on 2nd Monday, 11:30am


Good Morning, Gallatin, meets the 4th Friday of every month from January through May. The focus and goal of this program is to allow the public to ‘wake up to what’s trending’ with local, county and state elected officials as it relates to legislation and business/community issues.

This government relations series meets Monthly on 4th Friday at 7:30am, January-May


Our quarterly lunch-n-learn series is an opportunity for members to feed their body while fueling their mind. Each session is free to members, includes lunch, and focuses on topics that help strengthen business operations. As the name states, our goal is to help solve your wonders within one hour, lunch included. Topics vary from session to session, but expect them all to be relevant to various sectors of business like social media training, emergency preparedness, and succession planning. Quarterly, typically 12:00pm -1:00pm on a Wednesday


Before Hours and/or After Hours events offer an opportunity for a Chamber Member to host other Members at their business, either before or after business after hours. The event provides a fun and casual networking opportunity, with the hosting business providing hors d'oeuvres and beverages for attendees. The hosting business can provide a 5 minute presentation to attendees. Quarterly, typically on Thursdays


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