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Welcome to Lodi
Chamber of Commerce
Lodi’s roots are found both in the sandy loam soil that it is built upon and in the hard-working people that founded our beloved city. The founders of Lodi believed that civic engagement and benevolence were critical to a thriving community. This pride and spirit has been passed down from those early settlers to the fourth, fifth & sixth generation Lodians that have taken over as the leaders of many of our core businesses. The Chamber has been fortunate enough to be part of this community fabric for 100 years and a binding tie from Lodi’s past to its future. The Chamber will strive to ensure that Lodi’s next 100 years will continue to be defined by the same values of industriousness and civic pride.
We are thrilled to have you joining us in our celebration of this momentous milestone. We are constantly humbled by the dedication of our members, many of whom own and operate the small businesses that are the backbone of our local economy. Our more than 800 extraordinary members drive the Chamber’s programs, committees, and events that have become part of Lodi’s identity. We are incredibly thankful for the opportunity to be a catalyst for business growth, a convener of community leaders, and a champion for Lodi and its people.
Cheers to 100 Years!