The Annual Meeting brings the membership together to reflect on the past year, plan for the year to come, and award those who have contributed to the success of both the chamber and the community.
The annual Golf Classic allows members to enjoy a day of golf while networking and making new contacts. The Golf Classic also offers businesses a number of marketing and sponsorship opportunities.
The Tiger Trail, located along the sidewalks of downtown Auburn, honors outstanding Auburn University athletes, coaches and administrators. Each year a new class of honorees is inducted. The entire community is invited to attend.
Oktoberfest is held each fall to celebrate Auburn industries and say thank you to those who continually invest in Auburn.
Citizens are always encouraged to shop in Auburn first and keep tax dollars in the local economy, but a special ShopAuburn campaign is held during the holiday season with an opportunity for businesses to participate and the community to win prizes.
The Auburn Chamber Business Fair at Auburn University is held each fall on the main floor of the Auburn Student Center. The event is an opportunity for members to showcase goods and services to students.
Business After Hours is a casual networking event that allows members to showcase their businesses in a relaxed, festive atmosphere.
On the second Tuesday of every month, the Auburn Chamber invites a different speaker from the community to address the membership. This program is designed to keep members informed about community issues and challenges and updated on progress and successes.
This event is an abbreviated business seminar that is completed over the lunch hour. A featured speaker will explore a timely, relevant business topic. Lunch is provided.
Leads to Business is an event dedicated to networking. Join us to meet other Auburn Chamber members and make new business contacts.
Home Sweet Auburn, held in partnership with the Office of Parent and Family Programs, Welcome Week staff and the Student Government Association, is an opportunity for member restaurants to showcase their offerings. The outdoor tasting event is held on the lawn of the Student Center and incoming freshman and their parents are invited to enjoy samples at each vendor.
This half-day workshop covers all facets of nonprofit management, including fundraising, accounting, marketing and volunteer management.
The Auburn Chamber hosts a number of events to address the needs of the industrial community, including a Workforce Roundtable and topic-focused seminars.
Business Boot Camp is professional development for small businesses right here at home! Five topic-focused half-day workshops will be held each year.
The Women in Business roundtable event is an opportunity to celebrate women in the Auburn business community.
The Auburn Young Professionals program is open to employees of Auburn Chamber members ages 21-40. The program emphasizes professional development, community service and social engagement.
Each year the Auburn Chamber invites a panel of local entrepreneurs to share their experiences and advice with Auburn High School students during an on-site lunch presentation.