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Chamber Events

There is always something happening with the Moore Chamber! We are the best resource for networking, promoting, and civic engagement. Every year, we host more than 200 events, programs, and ribbon cuttings designed to boost your business, tell our story, and improve our community. Check out the full roster and get engaged today!

Annual Auction

The Chamber’s biggest event and social gathering is none other than the Moore Chamber’s Annual Auction in October. With nearly 500 attendees, the Annual Auction is one of the best events around. From a Toby Keith signed guitar to jewelry, adventures, and getaways, there is sure to be something for everyone.

Bowling Tournament

The Annual Bowling Tournament, held in February, is a great time to relax, throw some strikes, and build your network. Hosted at HeyDay Entertainment, bowlers can enjoy a family-friendly atmosphere downstairs and a more adult-friendly atmosphere upstairs. Limited to 15 four-person teams, call today to reserve your spot.

Annual Golf Tournament

The Moore Chamber’s Annual Golf Tournament, held in May, is our annual membership golf tournament hosted at one of our member golf clubs, Belmar Golf Club. It’s a day on the greens to network, have fun, and enjoy the company of other chamber members. There is something for all on the course or during the awards luncheon to participate in.

Salute to Excellence Awards Mixer

The Moore Chamber proudly recognizes members of our community that reach exceptional achievements in leadership and business growth. This event serves to raise the profile of the businesses and professionals of the Moore area that exemplify the excellence that makes our community world-class.

Business Before Hours & Business After Hours

These monthly events focus on networking and conversation in an informal atmosphere sponsored and hosted by Chamber members.

Our Business Before & After Hours are secured a year in advance. If interested, call today and add your name to the list.

Morning Buzz

The Morning Buzz is a breakfast series that aims to connect businesses by facilitating the exchange of ideas and strategies for business growth and success through connections.

Networking Lunch

Monthly “pass the mic” where attendees are given the opportunity to present a 30 second or more commercial about their business, make connections with fellow members on a more one-on-one basis, and build those relationships.

Eggs & Issues

The Moore Chamber holds six Legislative breakfasts each year that inform the membership about local, county, state, and federal issues that may have an impact on the community or their business.

Day at the Capitol

A delegation of Chamber members will travel to Oklahoma City to meet with legislative leaders. Participants will also view House and Senate sessions and take a tour of the State Capitol, followed by a keynote, individual session presenters. The event will close with a hosted reception for our group and legislators. Space will be limited.

General Membership Luncheons

The Moore Chamber presents six General Membership Luncheons each year that provide informative presentations and expert speakers on topics of significance and trends in the business community.

Open Topic - (February & April) The first two luncheons of the year are general topics which have included presentations from Gary England and David Payne, both Chief Meteorologists with KWTV, Representatives from the Oklahoma City Thunder, Kari Watkins with the Oklahoma City Memorial, and many more exciting speakers. Each year there is something new and exciting presented at these events.

Military Appreciation - (May) This luncheon celebrates outstanding active duty and retired military personnel. Join us to honor our men and women in uniform at this luncheon. National Military Appreciation Month (NMAM) is celebrated every May and is a declaration that encourages U.S. citizens to observe the month as a symbol of unity. NMAM honors the current and former members of the U.S. Armed Forces, including those who have died in the pursuit of freedom.  The month of May is characterized by six national observances which highlight the contributions of those who have served.

Legislative Summit - (June) A panel of Oklahoma Legislators from both House and Senate, representing the Moore Public Schools district, will discuss issues that affect local businesses from the past legislative session. This annual event offers the perfect opportunity for Chamber members to meet area legislators and have a voice on the issues impacting the business community.

State of the City - (July) Each summer, the Chamber hosts a luncheon that gives the current leadership of the City of Moore the opportunity to highlight the City’s accomplishments and goals for the upcoming year. The event offers the opportunity to stay informed and learn about relevant issues in Moore, as well as have lunch with Moore’s elected officials and others in the business community.

State of the Schools - (October) Leaders from Moore Public Schools, Randall University, Moore Norman Technology Center, Mid America Christian University, and Oklahoma City Community College discuss the accomplishments of the past year and what's in their pipelines.