Why Join

Joining the Chamber of Commerce is a great way to gain new business prospects and attract more local business through resources available exclusively to members. Perhaps the key reason to join is that it will establish your credibility within the community. Statistics indicate that approximately 64 percent of consumers say they are more impressed with a business associated with the local chamber of commerce. For a Chamber business member, this means you have the opportunity to create a sense of goodwill with your target audience - which in turn means they will be more likely to buy from you.

The Chamber conducts social and business events where you can socialize and develop relationships and become informed about the activities going on in your community. Becoming a member of the Chamber provides opportunities to give back to the community and capitalize on significant member benefits geared to help you be a success. Serving in the leadership of the Chamber raises your recognition, visibility and credibility, as well as that of your business.

Kentucky Lake Chamber of Commerce
in Marshall County

2016 Board of Directors

Treston Smith (Verizon Wireless-The Cellular Connection)
Scot Ratzlaff  (Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park
Jennifer Brown (Marshall County Health Department)
Rich Hendrickson (Edward Jones Investments)
Ledonia Williamson (Marshall County Schools)
Deborah Blankenship (Life Associations, Inc.)
Jennifer Fisk (Re/Max Real Estate Associates)
Robert Parker (AES Environmental, LLC)
David Fuqua (Marshall County Hospital)
Melissa Hale (Ponderosa Steakhouse)
Zach Brien (Prince & Brien, PSC)
J.R. Reynolds (Air Products)

Ex Officios:
City of Hardin
City of Benton
City of Calvert City
Marshall County Fiscal Court
Kentucky Lake Convention & Visitors Bureau