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The Queen Creek Chamber was formed in 2002 to promote, develop and retain area businesses that will enhance economic development and further the goals of the community. It is through our strong 220 member businesses that this Chamber plays an increasing role in the development of our Town. We invite you to consider investing in the success of your business and our community by belonging to the Chamber.

Advocating for policies that will create a better business environment for your business.

Supporting and enhancing workforce development within the community.

Connecting our members with each other and the community. 

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The Queen Creek Chamber is focused on connecting the community with local businesses. The Chamber’s goal is to provide resources and relief to its members and keep the community informed and involved. 

Member Reviews

Robin Benning
Robin Benning@robinbenning
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Thank you local businesses and Pres Chamber for letting me speak on behalf of the Town at the Awards Ceremony last night. Awesome event, delicious food, fun folks... Woo hoo!
Danielle Janssen
Danielle Janssen@daniellejanssen
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An amazing experience with highly skilled individuals who truly care about your business and your success. The QC Chamber and Town of QC give a tremendous amount of support to small businesses! I feel honored to operate a business in Queen Creek.
Angela Tauscher
Angela Tauscher@angelatauscher
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The Queen Creek Chamber has provided me with several wonderful connections and resources for my business. Kayla, Chris and the Ambassadors have gone above and beyond to make me feel welcome. I'm excited about the growth and plans they have for Queen Creek.
Laura Kucharski Moats
Laura Kucharski Moats@lauramoats
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Best group of close-knit, passionate professionals I've ever had the pleasure of knowing!
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Chamber Member News

Governor Ducey, ADOT Advance $230 Million In New Transportation Investments Statewide

PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey today announced $230 million in new transportation infrastructure investments that will enhance highway safety and meet the demand of new residents moving to Arizona.  “Despite the pandemic, Arizona’s economy is strong and families and businesses continue to relocate here in record numbers,” said Governor Ducey. “Now is the right time to

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Press Releases

Ironwood Drive lane restrictions begin Jan. 18

FROM Arizona Department of Transportation – Beginning Jan. 18 through July 2021, Ironwood Drive north of Germann Road will be restricted to one lane in each direction while crews begin widening the road in preparation for the future State Route 24. The work will be done in phases, with traffic shifted around the work zone.

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Press Releases

PPP Re-Opens to Small Lenders on 1/15 & All Lenders on 1/19

PPP Re-Opens to Small Lenders on 1/15 & All Lenders on 1/19 The U.S. Small Business Administration, in consultation with the U.S. Treasury Department, will re-open the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan portal to PPP-eligible lenders with $1 billion or less in assets for First and Second Draw applications on Friday, January 15, 2021 at

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