NOW AVAILABLE – Join Online, add your own business!
We are excited about the efficiency and convenience provided by one-time electronic data input. User input means less chance of typos and other errors. Timeliness of active listings will be more immediate since the information will no longer need to be manually input at the convenience of an available volunteer.
Pay online. Credit card payments are now accepted via the secure payment gateway at the end of the application. Checks can be mailed to: GRVCCA, PO Box 134, Twin Bridges, MT 59754, and renewal links are emailed to existing members for convenient online renewal.
Other benefits include the ability for members to easily update contact information, photos, descriptions, and seasonal information. Simple styling can be done by using the editor for the typing window. If you know a little about html and the editing tools you can make your listing shine. Or, simply fill in the application blanks and submit it. No editing required. The site and directory are designed to make listings look good all on their own.
Applications will continue to be reviewed by an administrator before they’re activated. If you aren’t comfortable using the internet and word processing tools, that’s fine too. If you run into problems while completing your application, just contact us. We stand ready to assist with any issues you may run into, and will continue managing your listing as we have in the past. AND, for those unable to use the online tools, we will continue to accept and process the traditional paper application (below).
Chamber Application Download, print, fill-out, and mail along with payment and photo or logo to be scanned. (Or scan completed application and email with digital image file attached. Mail payment to address on form.)
We’ve gone the extra mile to establish a high security level to protect the privacy of our members. When browsing this site, a padlock icon should be visible on the left side of the URL bar, and our SSL emblem is displayed in the site footer. Due to the number of photos and outside links, you may receive warnings about mixed content. Consider such warnings a reassurance that our security is at work. Ironically, these messages only appear on sites that have implemented extra levels of security.