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Our Service

Membership puts your business on the tip of our tongues! We recieve thousands of inquiries each year and our members are recommended first. 

We strive to attract visitors to local establishments, through a variety of promotional mediums as well as hosting events throughout the year, such as the popular and highly successful Old Fashion Christmas, our annual "don't miss event" Beer & Wine Fest, and the Old Fashioned 4th of July Parade as well as our annual Leaders of the Community Banquet. Most important is our annual Scholarship Program, the New Teacher Luncheon, and You Make The Difference Award.

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Our Mission

The Castroville Area Chamber of Commerce strives to effectively represent the needs of our members by working together with the entire community to facilitate achievement of growth, community stability, and civic pride. The Chamber serves as an information center, promotes civic betterment, and supports our members' businesses while encouraging new businesses. We work hard to give our members the support and promotion they deserve.

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Latest News

Stay up-to-date with our latest initiatives and programs. Click here to read about our recent accomplishments, upcoming events, and other news.

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Join the Chamber

Benefits include advertising and networking opportunities for a minimal investment.

  • Website Listing

  • Castroville Visitor's Guide

  • Social Media Marketing

  • Newsletter Promotions

  • Ribbon Cutting Welcome

  • Website Banner Ads

  • Business Spotlight

  • Membership Luncheons

  • Monthly Mixers

  • Committees

  • Business Referral Service

  • Membership Mailing List

  • Tax Deductible Membership Fee

Rich History

Castroville is rich in history dating back to 1844 when the town was founded by Henri Castro. The first European emigrant settlers in this area were mostly Catholic farmers from Alsace, a region of France, brought over to fulfill Castro's contract to colonize vacant Texas land. Calling themselves Alsatians, they were mostly of German descent speaking a dialect of German and French.



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What Our Community Says

"Castroville Chamber is all heart! The dynamic duo are not only so in tune with the community, they are passionate about supporting every business to the fullest extent. As a member, I get excited knowing my business will shine. I am proud to be part of a community that looks out for one another."
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