• Dundee Area Chamber of Commerce is located at 310 Main Street in Dundee, FL.  Our office is open daily, Monday through Friday.  Call us at 863.439-3261.

  • Thanks our website sponsor!!

  • We invite you our monthly luncheon on Tuesday, September 13, 2016,

    11.45am – 1pm

     

    Program is Education 2017

     

    The Speakers will be-

    Pamela Henderson – Principal
    of Dundee Elementary Academy

    Stacy Gideons – Principle
    of Dundee Ridge Middle School

    Rodney Bellamy – Principle
    of Don E. Woods Opportunity Center

    Kevin Warren – Principle
    of Discovery Academy

    Lunch will be catered by Miguelitos


    Payment at door for Members $10.00


    Non-Members & Mailed Invoices $15.00

     

    Reply to (863) 439-3261 or email dundeeareachamber@gmail.com

     

  • FUNDRAISER!

    SPONSORED BY THE DUNDEE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

    FUNDRAISER!

    $418 GIFT CARD

    FOR A 3-DAY, 2-NIGHT CRUISE FOR TWO ON THE GRAND CELEBRATION FROM PALM BEACH TO FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMAS

    (PORT TAX NOT INCLUDED)

    ONLY $40

    NO EXPIRATION DATE - FULLY TRANSFERABLE

    MUST BOOK CRUISE WITHING 18 MONTHS

    AFTER REGISTERING ONLINE

    BOOK AT TIME OF REGISTRATION FOR SAVINGS + CASINO MATCH + CABIN UPGRADE

     

  • CENTRAL FLORIDA VISITOR INFORMATION CENTER CENTRAL FLORIDA VISITOR INFORMATION CENTER

    Check out the CFVIC’s Florida souvenir gift shop. The CFVIC (Polk County’s official visitor information center) also sells discounted attraction tickets for many Central Florida attractions, including LEGOLAND® Florida Resort, the Disney parks, Universal Studios, Kennedy Space Center, Busch Gardens and more.

    Central Florida’s Visitor Information Center is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., seven days a week (excluding major holidays), and is located at 101 Adventure Court, Davenport, FL 33837 (along U.S. Highway 27), a half-mile south of I-4 at Exit 55. For more information, contact Ashlyn Deeringer at 863-420-2586 or Ashlyn@visitcentralflorida.org.

  • CHANGES ARE HAPPENING AT THE CHAMBER - COME VISIT US TO FIND OUT WHAT'S GOING ON!  COME TO A LUNCHEON MEETING (2ND TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH AT NOON).  CHECK OUR WEBSITE OFTEN FOR EVENTS, PHOTOS AND NEWS.

  • ANTIQUE, ART & CONSIGNMENT STORE FLYER

    Never ask "What does the Chamber do for me?"  This is one small thing we do to promote local businesses.  There are advantages to being a member - reduced pricing on this flyer and many other opportunities to showcase your business.  The application to join the Chamber will give you discounted prices - it does not make sense to not join.

    Alphabetical listing in brochure - FREE to all Chamber members. 

                                                           - $25.00 for monmembers.

    Includes name, address, phone, email, website, hours open.

     

    Display ad 4" x 3 1/2" - members - $100.00

                                         - nonmembers - $250.00

    Display ad 2" x 3 1/2" - members - $75.00

                                         - nonmembers - $150.00

     

    We are printing 2000 on the first run.  You will be given 100 to start along with a holder.  More will be available as needed.  Your reply required by June 30th 2016

    Thank you for supporting your local Chamber and I hope we can send more business your way.

     

  • THANK YOU, MR. RON METZ, CHAMBER PHOTOGRAPHER EXTRAORDINAIRE, FOR THESE MARVELOUS VIEWS OF DUNDEE!

  • For Immediate Release - 2016 Polk County Public Shelters Maps

    For Immediate Release

    Polk County Tourism, Polk County Emergency Management and Publix Partner to Distribute 2016 Polk County Public Shelters Maps

     

    Auburndale, FL (May 25, 2016) – In preparation for hurricane season, which begins on June 1, Polk County Tourism and Sports Marketing and Polk County Emergency Management have again partnered with Publix Super Markets to produce and distribute the "Polk County Public Shelters" maps for 2016. This annual map is designed to assist both resident and tourist evacuees in finding shelter during an impending storm.


    “In the event a hurricane threatens Central Florida, we will work closely with our accommodations partners to determine the supply of available accommodations. This information is critical in helping evacuees find available lodging. We want our guests to have a safe and pleasant experience, in spite of the circumstances," said Mark Jackson, director of Polk County Tourism and Sports Marketing (PCTSM). PCTSM relays this vital information to Polk County Emergency Management (PCEM) and area lodging facilities. PCEM uses this data to decide when and where to open shelters, once area accommodations reach capacity. Evacuees can then be directed to open shelters using the "Polk County Public Shelters" map, which lists shelter locations on one side and directions to those shelters on the other. The map also provides sources of emergency information, important telephone numbers and a list of recommended items to include in a “3-Day Survival Kit”.

     

    The 2016 map includes 44 shelters, three of which are designated as “Special Needs Shelters”, for residents with medical or physical conditions that would require special assistance during an emergency. Pre-registration is recommended, by contacting Polk County Emergency Management at 863-298-7027. Three additional shelters have been designated as “Pet Friendly”, with pets being limited to dogs, cats and birds only. Specific requirements apply at “Pet Friendly” shelters, so it is advised to check those requirements in advance. It should be noted that not every shelter may be opened during a particular storm, so evacuees are advised to confirm that a specific shelter has been activated prior to going there.

    The public shelters maps are available at Central Florida’s Visitor Information Center (formerly known as Polk Outpost 27), located at 101 Adventure Court, Davenport, FL,  ½ mile south of I-4 on Highway 27; and at Publix Super Markets in Polk County by the end of May. The map, printed in green this year, contains updated information for 2016. Businesses and residents are advised to discard older maps of different colors. Area lodging facilities and chambers of commerce have also received a supply of maps to keep on hand for distribution to evacuees in the event of a storm. A copy of the map is available online at www.polk-county.net/prepare - scroll down and click on 2016 Hurricane Shelter Map

     

    The maps will also be available at Polk County’s Emergency Preparedness “Be Ready” Baseball Game Night with the Lakeland Flying Tigers on Wednesday, June 15, at Henley Field in Lakeland. Tickets can be purchased by calling the Flying Tigers at 863-686-8075. Gates open at 5:00 p.m. and the first pitch is set for 6:00 p.m. For more information about emergency preparedness in Polk County, visit www.polk-county.net/prepare.

     

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    About Polk County Tourism and Sports Marketing:

    Polk County Tourism and Sports Marketing (known nationally as Visit Central Florida), is the official destination marketing organization for Polk County, Florida, and specializes in helping visitors plan a fun-filled Central Florida vacation. www.VisitCentralFlorida.org