The Cheyenne River Chamber of Commerce was founded in 2007 to foster business networking opportunities, help strengthen the local economy, and promote the communities of the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation. We host a variety of educational and networking events designed to build the skills of local business owners and support a sustainable regional economy. In addition, the Chamber serves as an information hub for visitors and those looking to relocate or start a business in the area.
Our mission is to promote a vibrant regional economy and provide opportunities and valuable services to chamber members for the purpose of enhancing the quality of life in the communities of the Cheyenne River Reservation.
The Cheyenne River Chamber of Commerce provides a myriad of opportunities and services that support professional development, foster networking relationships, and grow a sense of community pride for our members and the Cheyenne River community as a whole.
The Cheyenne River Chamber of Commerce hosts business workshops that enhance the professional skills of local entrepreneurs. The workshops cover various topics, including marketing, financial management, customer service, and green concepts.
We facilitate networking events that strengthen the Cheyenne River Reservation’s business network systems, foster partnerships that support economic growth, and provide opportunities for members to raise their business profiles.
As requested by members, the Cheyenne River Chamber of Commerce hosts ribbon cuttings to celebrate the opening of a new business, the expansion of an existing business, or a newly established membership. These ribbon cuttings, open to the community at large, encourage reservation residents to patronize local businesses and raise awareness of the variety of local services and products that are available.
The Cheyenne River Chamber of Commerce publishes an annual business directory to showcase the variety of services and products that are available throughout the Cheyenne River Reservation and encourage residents, as well as visitors, to do business with local entrepreneurs rather than shopping off-reservation.