Armed Forces Chamber Profile
National Veteran Statistics
Veteran-owned businesses had an estimated $926 billion in receipts, 3 million employees, and $176 billion in annual payroll. Source
Nevada Veteran Statistics
More then 200 thousand Veterans live and operate businesses in Nevada. Veterans represent more then nine (9) percent of Nevada's population. Source
The Chamber History
Nevada's largest and oldest Chamber of Commerce formed to serve Veterans who live and operate businesses in Nevada.
The Chamber Mission
The mission is to encourage and promote the development and growth of business and to ensure the legal operation of business.
The Chamber Vision
The vision is to recruit, train, and equip 20 thousand Veterans who live and operate businesses in Nevada by 2027.
We Are Command Center.
Input. Process. Output.
Chamber members enjoy benefits like Discounts, Education, Leadership, Marketing, Networking, Referrals, Sponsorships and more.
Chamber members enjoy perks like Anniversaries, Announcements, Podcast Interviews, Ribbon Cuttings and more.
Chamber members enjoy support like Nevada Mailing Address, Nevada Notarizations, Nevada Registered Agent and more.
Measure the Results
The Armed Forces Chamber has been very successful in helping Veterans to Serve, Lead and Succeed.
The Armed Forces Chamber has helped 5 thousand Veterans who operate businesses in Nevada.
The Armed Forces Chamber has helped 10 thousand Veterans through community development in Nevada.
The Armed Forces Chamber currently employs 3 permanently disabled Veterans who live in Nevada.
The Armed Forces Chamber has an economic impact of $2 million dollars in Nevada.
Smoking Shields Nevada
"The Armed Forces Chamber of Commerce helped us incorporate our Nevada Nonprofit Corporation and obtain 501(c)(3) tax exemption status with the Internal Revenue Service within 90 days of becoming a new member."
Mayor Debra March, Henderson
"We’re grateful to the Armed Forces Chamber of Commerce for their efforts to help create, grow and sustain businesses owned by Armed Forces members, and for their advocacy on behalf of our heroes."
Leah Pezzetti, KTNV-TV 13
"Veteran programs have helped but it hasn't always been easy to access. That's where the Armed Forces Chamber of Commerce steps in. Providing help and support to people who stared down danger for our country."