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Summer Raffle

Take a 'shot' at one of these great prizes!  This NEW Summer Raffle has limited tickets so purchase those tickets at the Menomonie Chamber & Visitor Center, an Ambassador or Board member.  The drawing will take place live at the 25th Annual Golf Outing on August 11 and aired on Facebook Live as there is no need to be present to win.




Don't miss out - Drawing coming on August 11th!



Golf Outing

If your business would like to sponsor a raffle prize, for say the price of $50 or $100 (or any amount you see fit) we could do the shopping for you and put a card with the item indicating that it is “compliments of *your business here*”


Prize donors will receive recognition of their generosity on a table tent that day. This is an excellent marketing opportunity for your company to be in front of a target group. Our deadline for prize donations is Friday, August 6th and prizes may be dropped off at the Chamber & Visitor Center or we would be happy to pick up at a day/time that is most convenient for you.


Attention sponsors and golfers:  An email was sent last week regarding the event details.  If you did not receive Golf Outing information, please contact Lori


Happy Chamberversary

Thank you for your continued partnership as an Investor with the Menomonie Area Chamber & Visitor Center. We are pleased to have you as a member and look forward to a continuation of working together this year! Please help us in celebrating the businesses below!!


Young Professionals

Who are the Menomonie Young Professionals?
Mission: To grow young professionals’ involvement and influence in shaping and highlighting the Greater Menomonie Area as an area that is attractive to young, diverse talent. A community influenced by young professionals is a community that can attract and retain them.  The Menomonie Area Chamber of Commerce believes that the more informed, involved, and networked our young professionals are, the more influence they will have on what the Menomonie area is and what it becomes. 
Who can participate? 
The Menomonie Area Young Professionals support the growth and development of 18–39-year-olds living or working in the Menomonie area. Through professional development, philanthropic or social activities, participants develop a network of colleagues sure to benefit them for years to come.  

How do young professionals participate?
The Menomonie Area Young Professionals offers multiple ways to be involved. The first opportunity is to attend one of the Young Professionals events. We encourage you to bring your colleagues!  The second opportunity is to serve on the steering committee which meets monthly and plans all of the Young Professionals events. 


Why is Menomonie Young Professionals important to local businesses? 
Retention – help your employees form bonds with other professionals and their community. 
Development – help your employees grow as leaders and assets to your organization. 
Branding – participate in and promote Young Professionals events to your employees to get your business’s name out in the community. 


How can your company support Menomonie Young Professionals? 
Promotion – Encourage your employees to participate in Young Professionals events 
Participation – Participate in our variety of events put on each year by the Young Professionals Committee 

Sponsorship – Support the Menomonie Young Professionals by becoming a sponsor. Monetary support is used to support the programming offerings.

Platinum - $500 
Social media promotion 
Logo on event flyers 
Logo on Menomonie Young Professionals program webpage 
Logo in Chamber newsletters 
Business-specific presentation 
Gold - $250  
Company name on event flyers 
Name on Menomonie Young Professionals program webpage 
Upcoming Opportunity to Support Menomonie Young Professionals 
There is still an opportunity to support the Menomonie Young Professionals in 2021 at our upcoming Amazing Race event on October 28. 
Participants race through Menomonie by following clues given at each participating location. 
The first team to make it to all the checkpoints, complete the tasks and arrive at the final location will win a prize and bragging rights. 


Welcome New Members


Member Benefit

Our Chamber and Visitor Center office has space available for you to display brochures (trifold size) and business cards.  If you are interested in taking advantage of this space please drop off information or place in the mail. 


Did you hear?

Shefchik Builders has sold their business, and is now operating as Midwest Ag & Commercial Contractors, LLC.  Congratulations to both businesses!



At the regular Menomonie City Council meeting on July 19th the council moved to amend title 3-3-5E Class “A” beer and “Class A” liquor license quota for the City of Menomonie, opening up 5 additional Class “A” liquor licenses (specific to wine) and 7 additional Class “A” beer license.  There were multiple parties who spoke in favor of the increased quota, explaining the benefit to local businesses and area tourism.  During the meeting, Chamber CEO Ashley DeMuth shared that membership has continuously expressed a need for more licenses to become available.  The Chamber has provided feedback to the Council for more than a year, asking them to tune into the business community’s needs.  To read the official Council proceedings from the meeting, click here:  


Chamber Calendar of Events


Business After Hours

If your business would like to co-host this event, please reach out to Melissa.


Eggs & Issues

Eggs & Issues: The State of Public Higher Education
Friday, August 20, 7:00-8:30 a.m. 
Location: Pablo Center at the Confluence  

Join us for a discussion with the leaders of the Chippewa Valley's public institutions of higher education: Chippewa Valley Technical College President Sunem Beaton-Garcia, UW-Stout Chancellor Katherine Frank, and UW-Eau Claire Chancellor James Schmidt. We'll look at what we've learned over the past year, what a "normal" fall will look like on campus this year, and the challenges and opportunities facing higher education in our region. 

Eggs & Issues registration includes a hot breakfast. The Pablo Center requires masks in the lobby and common areas, but vaccinated individuals may remove their masks in the meeting room.   

The Eggs & Issues Series is a Chamber Business Advocacy initiative. Investors include: Partner level - Xcel Energy; Advocate level - Miron Construction; Supporter level - Banbury Place/Cigan Properties, Eau Claire Energy Cooperative and HSHS Sacred Heart and St. Josephs' hospitals. 


Chamber of Commerce Month

Open House - Menomonie Area Chamber & Visitor Center

September 2, 2021

12-2pm and 4-6pm


More information and events to be announced soon!

Explore Menomonie News:

We will be at the Menomonie Farmer's Market on August 4th. Stop by to connect & purchase Menomonie merchandise.

Do you have a summer event coming up? Submit your tourist event on our website for FREE. Promote your event here:

Visit our website for fun ideas to do this summer, or follow us on Facebook @exploremenomonie. Subscribe to the Explore Menomonie newsletter here!

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Menomonie Area Chamber & Visitor Center
715-235-9087 | email us