Are you looking for additional ways to reach your target audience?  We have opportunities for you…Website Marketing and Member Center Stage Sponsorship!
The Chamber website has almost 1,000,000 visitors per year! Seventy percent of the visitors are local to the Greater Phoenix area which makes a Chamber web ad a perfect way to reach your audience.
The average number of times that someone can see your web ad on the Chamber website is over 1,100 and the average number of times someone clicks through to your website after seeing your ad is 12 per month. Web ads are the most economical way to reach your target audience!
When you become a Member Center Stage Sponsor your message is the first thing people see when they open the weekly e-mail. Currently 2,200 people receive a weekly E-Blast/Newsletter from the Chamber. New sign-ups wanting to receive the E-Blast/Newsletter happen every day. Added bonuses to this sponsorship is that you will also appear on the Chamber website Event Calendar and social media. This bonus gives your business the potential to be seen by 65,000 people.

Call the office today and ask about Web Ads and Member Center Stage E-Blast/Newsletter at 480 488-3363.
Spirits & Mistletoe Sponsor
Spirits & Mistletoe Sponsor
Spirits & Mistletoe Sponsor
Twinkle & Tinsel Sponsor
Twinkle & Tinsel Sponsor
Twinkle & Tinsel Sponsor
H ost Sponsor
Sponsorship Opportunities or questions call or email Colleen: 480-488-3363 or
Swag bag donations call or email Jen: 480-488-0773 or
Lowe’s 12 years
Vi at Silverstone              12 years
Tyrol insurance 10 years
Sanderson Lincoln           7 years
The Grotto Café 7 years
Verdi Management        5 years
Black Mountain Café     4 years
Yoga Breeze Serenity Shala 4 years
Paws & Whiskers Pet Sitting Service 3 years
Wyman Plumbing           3 years
A 360 view         2 years
Cave Creek Christmas Company 2 years
Arizona Horseback Adventures 1 year
Friends of the Tonto National Forest 1 year

Welcome to the Chamber of Commerce community! We look forward to seeing you at our events.
Studio Kinetics
Pinnacle Fitness

 Ribbon Cutting - December 5 @ 12pm - Welcome Supercuts to the Chamber and the neighborhood in Cave Creek. 34317 N Cave Creek Rd #102, Cave Creek
If you are interested in having a table and promoting your business at Supercuts grand opening on December 7th please contact Teresa- (602) 394-3125 or

Please join us in welcoming  Black Mountain Fitness  to the Chamber!    6450 E Cave Creek Rd, Cave Creek
Season For Caring
With all the hustle and bustle in the month of December, the true meaning of the season is sometimes overlooked. There are many in need; those less fortunate than us who we seldom see or realize their challenges. This holiday season the Town of Carefree has partnered with the Foothills Caring Corps to address those needs with a new Carefree tradition – Season For Caring .
Participation is simple - Season For Caring donation jars are available at a number of Carefree businesses, with retailers encouraging patrons to make a donation to this worthy cause during the season. The Kiwanis Club of Carefree will match all monetary donations collected up to $5,000, and the jars will be in prominent locations in participating businesses through December 20.
The Town is also sponsoring an “Angel Tree” located in the Town Hall offices, where residents, businesses and visitors can select and sponsor a local Foothill Caring Corps beneficiary, providing them with a much-needed gift of holiday cheer. Persons wishing to support the “Angel Tree” program should have their wrapped gifts returned to Town Hall no later than December 16, in order to have them distributed to the beneficiaries prior to the Christmas holidays.
To sign up your business as a Donation Jar location or to sponsor an "Angel" from the tree, contact or call 480-488-3686.
We are fortunate to live the lives we lead. Season For Caring is a wonderful opportunity to support a friend or neighbor in need this holiday season and give back to the community.
I wish you all a Merry Christmas and Happy Chanukah and look forward to seeing you about town. 
 Where did the year go? It's December already?
This Month can be a pretty hectic time for sure. Increased traffic with everyone in a hurry, stores jam packed, not near enough time to get everything done, all with shorter days!
 It's a great time for all those comfort foods in the form of soups and stews that warmed up our childhood Winter days. As Parents and Grandparents the Holidays are a time of joy for many of us. Cave Creek will be hopping because there is an influx of visitors as the Tourist Season gets into full swing. Be patient and remember that these tourists are what make many businesses successful. I for one plan to slow down and enjoy the Holidays, watch a few Hallmark Movies with my wife and spend quality time with the Family. It's amazing to me how our Country and world are changing.
Cave Creek's Council and Staff are trying to find their way through the intricacies of the sign ordinance because of a first amendment free speech decision by the Supreme Court and, the Political Correctness movement is attempting to inhibit speech. So let me say to you who cherish our roots in the face of Political Correctness, Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year.
From the Cave Creek Museum
Kraig Nelson, historian
       Cave Creek will always be tied to Fort Whipple, near Prescott, because Cave Creek was “discovered” during the process of finding the shortest routes between territorial forts in 1870 by General George Stoneman, Jr. Fort Whipple has another distinction, it was Arizona’s first territorial capital; no, it was not Prescott. Prescott did not exist February 24, 1863 when President Lincoln signed the Arizona Organic Act separating Arizona from the Territory of New Mexico (which had been established September 9, 1850). In the 1800s, there were two locations for Fort Whipple. The first location for a provisional capital was about fifteen miles north of future Prescott in a location called Del Rio Springs in Chino Valley. The second location was established about four months later near today’s Prescott on Granite Creek, closer to the mining camps which Fort Whipple protected. Prescott became territorial capital number two, then Tucson, back to Prescott, and finally Phoenix in 1889.
   There was only one established community in 1863, founded by the Spanish August 20, 1775, called Tucson. Many felt Tucson should be the initial capital; however, President Lincoln was concerned about the strong Confederate leanings in Tucson, plus gold had been discovered near future Prescott and revenue from Arizona gold could help the Union Civil War effort. In 1854, future Army Brigadier General Amiel W. Whipple, and brilliant topographical engineer, named Chino Valley because of the abundance of chino grass. He was surveying routes for a future transcontinental railroad; this route became Route 66 and later Interstate 40. General Whipple was mortally wounded in the Battle of Chancellorsville ; he died May 7, 1863, exactly 72 days after Arizona became a territory. President Lincoln, his friend, rode in an open carriage in Whipple’s funeral cortege.
748 Easy St., P.O. Box 734
Carefree, AZ 85377