The Howe Area Chamber of Commerce is organized for the purpose of advancing the commercial, industrial, civic and general interest of the City of Howe, Texas.
Howe, Texas is at the intersection of U.S. Highway 75, State Highway 5, and Farm Road 902, on the Southern Pacific line ten miles south of Sherman in southern Grayson County. Howe is the highest point between the Red River and the Gulf of Mexico at 873 ft above sea level. The city was originated in 1872. The Howe Area Chamber of Commerce was first organized in 1964, with President Cleon Hamilton. It was reorganized in 1972 with Ray Hamilton as president. In 1984, it was once again reorganized with President James Ogle. In 2015, the organization revamped for the fourth time under new leadership from President Robert Cannaday.
Free publicity through the Howe area chamber directory and website. Inclusion of promotional items in “Welcome Bags” for all new residents, businesses and anyone who stops by the Chamber office.
Discounts available for chamber members include reduced advertising rates with the Howe Enterprise as well as lower vendor booth fees at various events throughout the year.
Current information on the various Chamber activities such as Ribbon Cuttings, promotional events, meetings, newsletters, etc., sent directly to your e-mail.
Quarterly networking events to establish connections within our business community and beyond. Free announcements about your special event hosted at your business.