Note from the Chairman

September 13, 2018

Note from the Chairman,

The Chamber has and will always be an active and visible advocate for small business and growth for our community. I am honored to serve as the Chair for this historic chamber knowing that I stand in the shoes of many great leaders and advocates for our small businesses and community members. I am honored to be an active volunteer and to position the Chamber as leaders and advocates for all who are pushing for growth and innovation.

In recent weeks, much has been said about our Chamber’s ongoing effort to secure funds from Bexar County that will no doubt help our local businesses. Chamber and County leaders have been actively working together to ensure this program and funding become a reality. We believe this strategy of having an open and transparent dialogue has answered or clarified many of the questions the County had in regards to the planning and use of these valuable funds. I am proud of our efforts and I believe in the near future we will be able to report back on this positive and informative approach.

As an active organization, we appreciate and welcome feedback from our community and active members. As leaders with this organization, our board members are tasked with making thoughtful and strategic decisions to promote the ongoing mission of the Chamber. It is with feedback and active dialogue that we achieve the most collaboration and success. Our Chamber and our 137 members will continue to advocate on behalf of our businesses and community members and we will continue to lead this historical organization through the challenges and opportunities to promote growth.



Dr. Eddie Kirby
Alamo City Black Chamber of Commerce

The Alamo City Black Chamber of Commerce along with our alliances will utilize the Bexar County grant to facilitate greater access to Bexar County procurement for professional and construction services.

The program (Community Economic Development Connection) will focus on preparing participants, particularly African American Business Enterprises (AABE), within Bexar County to bid on projects funded by Bexar County and other governmental agencies.

Eligibility: To be eligible for the program, business owners must currently be active or potential members of the Alamo City Black Chamber of Commerce and those who are existing AABEs who seek to become certified as AABEs through applicable certification methods.

For more information, please send us an message:

2017 Recap


Because of the many patrons like you, who share in the success of Alamo City Black Chamber of Commerce events, our Golf Tournament continues to grow each year.

We are looking forward to an estimated 144 golfers and associated named sponsors to participate in this year’s golfing event. Your support allows the Alamo City Black Chamber of Commerce to provide several scholarships for individuals to participate in the EPIC Leadership Program. Those who attend this meaningful training will have the opportunity to network with community leaders and share their diverse talents, skills, and unique perspectives in helping solve some of today’s and tomorrow’s problems facing a growing San Antonio Metropolitan Area.

There are various levels of sponsorship available for you to take advantage of.

Sponsor deadline is Friday, August 11, 2017.

Sponsorship Level Pricing Benefits
Title Sponsor $7,500 Featured Name/Logo on Event Banner
3 Golf Teams
2 EPIC Scholars
EPIC Sponsor $4,000 Name/Logo on Event Banner
2 Golf Teams
2 EPIC Scholars
Food & Beverage Sponsor $3,000 Name/Logo on Event Banner
2 Golf Teams
Corporate Sponsor $2,000 Name/Logo on Event Banner
1 Golf Team
Chamber Member Sponsor $1,000 Name/Logo on Event Banner
Individual Hole Sponsor $100 Name/Logo on Hole Sign