Welcome to our new website!

On behalf of the Lafayette Chamber staff and our tech committee chair, John McCormick of Lamorinda Music, we would like to welcome you to our brand new Lafayette Chamber website!

Please do pardon our dust, as we have not only just launched a new website, but a new Chamber database system. This includes our entire member database! This has been a huge transition for the staff and will take some effort on you, our members, as well. But the reward will be great!

Over the next few months we will begin invoicing through our new system, which will allow you to pay dues, event registrations and sponsorships online. If you have a current invoice due, please mail us a check or call to pay via credit card. Your next invoice will include information on how to pay online in the new system.

But that’s not all! Over the next few weeks we will be enabling the website so that you can add or update the following:

  • your contact information
  • your company/organization description, links to social media, etc.
  • post job opportunities
  • post volunteer opportunities
  • post events to the Community and Member Calendar
  • post announcements like sales or specials

The new system will also let us track all those referrals we make!

If you would like to sign into our website, please give us a call at (925) 284-7404 or email us at info@lafayettechamber.org and we will gladly give you our login.

Please bear with us as we make this transition, but feel free to take it for a test spin. We love our new site and it’s new content written especially for you, our valued members. Call or email us if you have questions! Hope to see you at one of our many upcoming events!

PS – A huge thank you to John McCormick for all his help the past 6 months. Without his project management, thoroughness and dedication to this project, we wouldn’t be where we are today! Thank you, John!


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