Sedona Chamber of Commerce | SEDONA
Welcome! For over 50 years the Sedona Chamber of Commerce has been the voice of business for the Sedona area. Through the Chamber, local professionals and businesses work together to provide products and services, as well as to identify, define and find solutions for community issues.
Whether you are a member of the Chamber, a business owner looking at joining, or a member of the community, our site offers access to information about the Chamber, our services and programs, and will serve as your gateway to our members.
We encourage you to patronize local businesses for your shopping and service needs. There is a direct connection between shopping locally and the quality of life here. Sedona's police, fire, streets, parks, libraries and much more are funded through sales taxes generated by shoppers. By supporting local businesses, you can directly improve the quality of life in Sedona.
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Sedona Chamber of Commerce encourages businesses to employ green business practices. To identify those businesses as you visit our members' directory listings, look for the icon that we use to denote such businesses .
Join the Sedona Chamber of Commerce as we cruise the enchanting Rhine River in Germany in November 2014. As the wine industry grows here in the Sedona/Verde Valley region, we want to offer oenophiles this top notch opportunity to spend seven days cruising with AMA Waterways from Amsterdam to Zurich, through the heart of German wine country. Special rates available for this excursion if booked by March 31, 2014. Click here for the brochure.
2014 Statewide Legislative Agenda for Arizona Business
The Sedona Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has adopted the Arizona Chamber Executives Association's 2014 Statewide Legislative Agenda for Arizona Business. President/CEO Jennifer Wesselhoff and others from the ACEA meet with state legislators regularly. Please click here to read the Agenda.
The core industry and economic generator in Sedona is tourism. Tourism has dynamic direct and indirect effects on each and every business and person in Sedona. The Sedona Chamber's Tourism Bureau has been the leading marketing organization responsible for generating overnight visitation to enhance the vitality of our economy. Our Visitors Center serves more than 400,000 visitors per year.
The collection of Sedona's impressive, natural endowments also includes the 1.8 million-acre Coconino National Forest, which surrounds this city and encompasses seven intriguing wilderness areas. Obviously, the list of Sedona sightseeing and Sedona recreational amenities, including state parks and national monuments, is extensive. In fact, its hardly a surprise that the winding road through Oak Creek Canyon is not only Arizona's first officially designated scenic highway, it is the first leg of a day trip to one of the world's great wonders, nearby Grand Canyon.
Along with its myriad geological features, many tourists relate Sedona's exceptional charm to the fact that they can conveniently spend a day hiking, horseback riding, touring, or bouncing in a Jeep on trails and dirt roads that crisscross this area, and then enjoy the comfort of deluxe Sedona hotels, country inns and prestigious resorts at night. Indeed, the paradox and enchantment of Sedona are the luxurious hotels, motels and resorts, bed & breakfast establishments, unique shops, impressive art galleries, performing arts and fine restaurants all nestled in a rugged canyon surrounded by national forest.