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A Chamber membership is not a cost, it’s an investment. The benefits and resources that come with membership provide lasting value in promoting your business and expanding your network of contacts.
The annual membership fee ranges based on the type of package selected. Affiliate memberships for small businesses start at $375 per year and Corporate memberships start at $1,200.
Our members are primarily located in the LAX corridor, Westchester, Marina del Rey, Playa del Rey, Del Rey, Playa Vista, and Ladera Heights areas, but we also have members from the neighboring communities such as El Segundo, Inglewood, Mar Vista, Los Angeles, Culver City and beyond.
We are proud to include a diverse group of members, ranging in size and industry, from individuals and sole-proprietors to multi-national corporations.

To learn more about how the events and activities hosted by the Chamber can help you to promote your business or services, please contact our Vice President of Business Relations, Mary-Catherine Micka.

Your membership works for you each time you attend a meeting, mixer or special event. You may also want to consider becoming a networking ambassador, a committee chair or a board member.
We host several monthly committee meetings, networking mixers and educational workshops — all offering opportunities to promote your business and make new connections.

A small discounted member fee may be charged to attend a specific meeting or mixer.

We offer a number of ways to promote your business at no additional cost. These include a listing in our annual directory and inclusion on our website with a direct link to your website and personal referrals for inquiries. There are also paid advertising opportunities, such as advertising on our website, in our LAX Coastal Magazine & Business Guide, weekly e-newsletter or hosting a promotional ceremony to announce the opening of a your business or milestone anniversary.
Other promotional opportunities include annual events, mixer tables, raffles, sponsorships and print/online advertising.
Yes. The Chamber works closely with local government representatives to advocate for businesses. We also host occasional Governmental Affairs Breakfasts (GABs) where we invite local political figures to address the our members in a casual, no- pressure setting.

We are more than just a business organization. We’re active community members, too, organizing events such as the City of Angels Awards Gala, Teacher Eddy Awards, and the LAX Coastal Fourth of July Parade.