Make a Payment
Making a payment to the Chillicothe Ross Chamber of Commerce is easy. Here you can make payments for your chamber dues, event fees, etc. Simply click the button below and you will be taken to a secure form to complete your online transaction.
“The Chillicothe Ross Chamber of Commerce promotes economic and community development by providing services and addressing issues important to business.” This mission statement was adopted by the board following a retreat in November 2007.
History of the chamber
This chamber was founded in February 1888 as the Board of Trade, changing its name to the chamber of commerce in 1912. It was founded to give the business community a voice in the affairs affecting them, much the same reason the chamber exists today. While the Chillicothe Ross Chamber is a member of both the state and national chambers of commerce, it is governed solely by its own board of directors.
The Chamber office
The chamber’s home at 45 E. Main St. is a one-stop place for members and developers. Greater Chillicothe Ross County Development and Downtown Chillicothe also have spaces in the Business Center office. In addition, the OSU Small Business Development Center out of Piketon uses our conference room on an as-needed basis to help counsel people looking to start businesses in the area.
2021 Premium Members
Adena Health System
Advanced Services Heating and Cooling
Atomic Credit Union
C. Walters Management
Central Ohio Financial Services
Chillicothe City Schools
Direct to Business Wholesale
Fifty West Brewing Co.
Gerber Insurance and Financial Services
Janney Montgomery Scott
Kenworth Truck Co.
Kingston National Bank
Landmark Properties Group LLC
Pickaway-Ross Career and Technology Center Adult Education
Printex Same-Day Printing
Ross County Banking Center
Signature HealthCARE of Chillicothe
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