Being the Cradle of Naval Aviation since 1913, our economy relies heavily on military members and their families within our community. Our committee focuses on inclusion, appreciation and giving back to those who have served and to make the Perdido Area a desirable community for military families to live, work, and play.
Have lunch with Perdido Key's finest professionals!
Join us for a Ribbon Cutting as we welcome a new member, Dr. C. Vision Care to the Perdido Chamber! This event will be in conjunction with their grand opening at 9409 W. Hwy 98, Pensacola, FL 32506 or catch the action on FaceBook with a live event on the Perdido Chamber of Commerce Facebook page @PerdidoChamber
The Perdido Key Area Chamber of Commerce Breakfast Brief is held on the first Friday of each month and brings the community together to learn about and discuss important issues and updates that affect local residents and businesses. Each month a community leader will speak on a topic relevant to life in and near Perdido Key.
The Keyholder committee team serves as an onboarding team, welcoming and assisting new members in getting involved. Keyholder promote & provide assistance at events, ribbon cuttings, and community outreach creating positive first impressions on behalf of the Perdido Area Chamber and the community we serve!
Board of Directors Meeting
The Perdido Key Area Chamber of Commerce would like to invite all Chamber members and future members to our monthly Business After Hours networking social. This high-energy, after hours networking event is held once a month from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. This event allows Chamber members to network with each other in a relaxed, informal setting at the host's location. Business After Hours is held the third Wednesday of every month at a different location. Bring your business cards, and door prizes are always welcome! Fees/Admission: Free for all members $5 for non-members
Works in partnership with our local leadership, public entities, and nonprofits to support the community as a whole. Advocating for the vitality of local business, preserving the quality of life, campaigning for safety, and educating about our fragile wildlife and ecosystem. All helping to achieve the goal of community development.