Attend Coppell Day in Austin
February 27, 2019

Chamber members are invited to MAKE AN IMPACT and attend Coppell Day, this February, during the 86th Legislative Session to gain a better understanding of the legislative process and advocate for issues that will impact our community.  Attendees will have the opportunity to visit the state capitol, network with community leaders and attend committee hearings.

Coppell Day in Austin is included in your membership.  Attendees will be responsible for covering the cost of meals.

Continue a path to a healthier you in 2019

More than 70 percent of people make a New Years resolution to live a healthier life. Do not be part of the 80 percent who abandon their resolution by February! Visit the Coppell Chamber of Commerce’s Community Health and Wellness Expo on March 2.

How could DFW Airport’s growth impact Coppell?

Reserve your seat now to the March Monthly Luncheon, as we welcome John Terrell, vice president of commercial development for Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, as our guest speaker.

Advocate. Educate. Connect.

The mission of the Coppell Chamber of Commerce is to promote and develop extraordinary business support and growth through advocacy, alliances, economic development partnership and education while maintaining a hometown feel.

Our vision is to be recognized as the destination for excellence in investor services, community collaboration, business growth and quality of living.

Get Involved

Membership in the Coppell Chamber grants you access to the best networking, advertising, and leadership development tools in Coppell. The Chamber provides a wide array of business development programs and networking opportunities where members can build relationships with other area business people and potential customers.

Investing in the Coppell Chamber is a smart business decision. Let the Chamber become your business partner and increase your bottom line.

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