Prosper Chamber of Commerce
The Prosper Chamber of Commerce is located at 100 N. Preston in the American Bank of Texas building, which is at the Prosper Town Center - North East corner of Preston Road (SH 289) and Broadway.
The Town of Prosper can be easily found. It is just one mile east of the Dallas North Tollway and a stone's throw North of U.S. Highway 380 on Preston Road. Both Preston Road (SH 289) and the Dallas North Tollway extend 45 miles north from downtown Dallas to the Prosper Area.
Visitors, Newcomers, Prospective Businesses, and Members are welcome to visit at the Chamber office or phone us at 972-508-4200.
The office is staffed three days a week, Tuesday thru Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 04:00 p.m.
The Chamber is in business as an information assistant with the motto of "Helping Businesses to Prosper". Our paramount goal is making business better for its membership.
IN PROSPER, it's anything but business as usual. The town is poised for unprecedented growth, so for those thinking of moving here and continuing or starting a business close to home, it's the ideal climate to set up shop - a real ground floor opportunity. Through the concerted efforts of the Town Council, the Prosper ISD and a very supportive Chamber of Commerce, the environment here is amply conducive to business.
The Prosper Chamber of Commerce, with the expert guidance of its leadership and its members, works closely with new and existing businesses to lay a foundation for success. This is accomplished through community and economic development, education and networking, leadership development and business advocacy.
The town's commitment to the promotion and maintenance of a diversified economy is most evident in a number of infrastructure projects as well as business assistance programs created to stimulate economic development and expand the tax base.
Prosper's diverse infrastructure projects are a highly-visible response to its explosive growth. Town officials are continually working to enhance that infrastructure in their efforts to better accommodate and manage future growth and expansion while improving the area's overall quality of life.