Welcome to the Montrose Virtual Chamber of Commerce

Membership is free and open to all businesses, nonprofits, and community organizations in Montrose County, Colorado. 

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What is the Virtual Chamber

We are a business-led and business-driven organization dedicated to providing an online platform for Montrose County Colorado businesses to promote and grow their businesses. As a non-political chamber, we are dedicated to the businesses of Montrose first. Our mission is to help local businesses become competitive in the region through our first-class business directory and advertising services. A basic membership is 100% free and open to all businesses in Montrose County.

We’re Here to Help Promote Our Local Businesses

Follow & Share Thru Social Media

Nowadays it’s super easy to connect and share information and events through social media. So why not take advantage and share with us and our community?

Got an event you want to share? We’re offering FREE event sharing for MVCC Members with the use of our Facebook page. Simply join the MVCC if you haven’t already, follow us on Facebook, then while creating your event add us as a co-host. It’s that easy! You’ll still have full control of all the event information and ticketing, while we’ll simply share out the event to our members and community. Plus as a bonus, new events will be added to our Social Media feed below for all to see.

How Sweet it Is in Concert

April 20, 2023, 6:00pm

822 Grand Ave, Delta, CO 81416-2031, United States

Doors open at 6:00 pm.

Nashville-based Steve Leslie is an awarded singer/songwriter/guitarist. With “How Sweet It Is”, he turns his warm baritone & consummate ...guitar playing
to the music of James Taylor,
one of his most influential favorites.

Steve’s songs have been recorded by Kenny Rogers, Mark Chesnutt, George
Strait, Darryl Worley, Rhonda Vincent, Neal McCoy, Darius Rucker, and others.

He won the Grammy award for penning the title cut for Ricky Skaggs’ 2004 Best Bluegrass Album.

Steve has played the Grand Ole Opry, the Ryman Auditorium, and can be seen regularly at the world-famous
Bluebird Cafe.

Single Admission Adults $20, Students $5
Season Ticket Prices:
Adult $45
Student $15
Family $95

For inquiries, visit the DMCCA website at www.deltamontroseconcerts.com or contact Bob Brown at 970-835-4480.

Hall Sisters in Concert

March 17, 2023, 6:00pm

822 Grand Ave, Delta, CO 81416-2031, United States

Doors open at 6:00 pm.

The Hall Sisters have established themselves as one of the up-and-coming and premier acts in the country pop genre. While releasing multiple CD’s ...over the last few years and writing new material, the ensemble has also maintained a robust tour schedule having performed at notable venues such as The Grand Ole Opry, Carnegie Hall, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Dollywood.

The sound of The Hall Sisters is best described as a combination of the harmonic prowess of the Eagles and the soulful blend of the Carpenters mixed with the energy of country pop! The word synergy defines the quartet in that the combined output of their talents and musicality is greater than the sum of each
individual part.

A vocal/instrumental foursome of talented siblings, the Hall Sisters marry stunning harmonies along with a brilliance and excellence on their instruments to create an entirely unique sound.

Single Admission: Adults $20, Students $5

Season Ticket Prices:
Adults $45
Students $15
Family $45

For inquiries, visit the DMCCA website at www.deltamontroseconcerts.com or contact Bob Brown at 970-835-4480.

Dan Miller's Cowboy Music Review

February 5, 2023, 1:00pm

822 Grand Ave, Delta, CO 81416-2031, United States

Doors Open at 1:00 pm.

Dan Miller and his Cowboy Music Revue have been entertaining audiences from around the world for 17 years. Over 170,000 people from ...68 foreign countries have enjoyed the first-class musicianship and family-friendly production that this group is famous for.

With multiple television appearances, including “Larry’s Country Diner” out of Nashville, Tennessee, and featured appearances on the Travel Channel, ESPN, and the Great American Country Network, Dan and the band have gathered a loyal following from coast to coast.

Single Admission Adults $20, Students $5

Season Ticket Prices:
Adult $45
Student $15
Family $95

For inquiries, visit the DMCCA website at www.deltamontroseconcerts.com or contact Bob Brown at 970-835-4480

Here in Montrose, there's fun shopping all over town! We all kinds of boutiques, antique shops, outdoor gear and supply stores, and other unique shops all down Townsend and Main Street. Learn more: https://montrosechamber.com/about-montrose/

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Hey! Are you adding the Montrose Virtual Chamber as a cohost on your Montrose events? You should be! Doing this will help spread the word about your event by having it also show up on our page. Learn more about how in this month's E-Blast!

Not signed up for the E-Blast yet? Become a ...Chamber Member or sign up now! https://montrosechamber.com/

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Here at the MVCC, we want to help local businesses become competitive in the region. That's why we provide a first-class business directory and advertising services to our members! Even better, a local membership with the MVCC is 100% free and open to all businesses in Montrose County. Join ...here: https://montrosechamber.com/join/

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Be one of the first 500 businesses to join the Montrose Virtual Chamber of Commerce and win an iPad!

All businesses listings must be approved. Your business must be located in a Montrose County zip code. Register your business today to be among the first 500 businesses to be entered into a drawing to win a new iPad.

Why Should Your Business Join the Virtual Chamber?

(Besides the fact that it’s free, your business also gets:)

Search Engine Optimization

Your free business listing with the Montrose Virtual Chamber has all the elements of great SEO built into it. Your business listing will start showing up for relevant search results within weeks!


Get more followers to your social media pages! When you create your free directory listing you may include links to your social media accounts, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and more. 

Images and Files

Engage your audience with images of your business in your free listing. This is your chance to show off your new building, your cool products, or your awesome team. You also get to upload your logo and any other important files. 

Business Newsletter

With your free business listing, you will automatically be included to receive our business newsletter. The business newsletter will have all the best information about Montrose CO businesses, nonprofits, events, and other opportunities. 


Is there a cost to join the Virtual Chamber of Commerce?

We currently offer 3 Location-Based Membership Levels

  • FREE: MVCC membership is free for any business headquartered in Montrose County, Colorado.
  • $99/Year: Colorado Businesses headquartered outside of Montrose County, but within the state of Colorado may join for $99 per year.
  • $199/Year: United States businesses outside of Colorado may join for $199/year. We do not accept International memberships.

Please see our Terms of Being Local for more information.

What services are offered through the Virtual Chamber of Commerce?

The Virtual Chamber offers a competitive online business directory for free to all Montrose businesses to promote their products and services. The directory also offers review ratings, maps, search functionality, images, mobile responsive and optimized to get found on search engines like Google. The Virtual Chamber will also send out free monthly emails to keep business members and community members informed of local and state-wide news that affects businesses.

In the future, the Virtual Chamber will offer the ability to promote your business through premium listings, advertising with banner ads on the site, on email blasts, and on Google and social media.

I am moving to Montrose CO and need information about the area.

First, welcome to Montrose! We love this town and hope you will too. The Virtual Chamber does not provide this type of information about the community, so we suggest you contact the Montrose Visitor’s Center

What do I do if I have a complaint about a local business?

We do not accept phone calls or emails to our office about complaints.

Our online business directory allows registered users to leave a review. If you’ve had a negative experience with a local business, then you may leave a review on their listing. 

When leaving a negative review, keep these Community Standards in mind so that we can cultivate a positive community: 

1) Be kind. No slander, name calling, or swearing. Remember, the people on the other end of that business are most likely small business owners trying to make their business work, and everyone makes mistakes. 

2) Be specific, but don’t give confidential information away in a public forum. 

3) Wait 24 hours after your negative experience so you don’t say something you regret later. 

The Virtual Chamber reserves the right to remove any review that does not meet our community standards above. 

If you are a business owner with a negative review on your listing, you have these rights: 

1) Appeal the review. Send us a message and let us know that the review doesn’t meet the community standards. We will investigate, and if we deem the review to be inapproriate, we will remove it. 

2) Reply to the review directly. Sometimes a simple, “We regret your bad experience and invite you to call us directly to discuss” is all it takes to difuse a situation. 

I need a business referral; can I call or email the Virtual Chamber?

The Virtual Chamber does not have the staff to manage a large volume of calls and emails, nor do we respond to emails or voicemails with this request. If you need to find a particular type of business, then please browse the Business Directory (click on the link at the top of the page and browse by category).

Keep in mind that the Vitual Chamber does not recommend a business simply because they have a listing on our site.

You can also do a Google search and read online reviews. 

Is the Virtual Chamber connected to the Montrose Chamber of Commerce that closed on May 24, 2019?

The Virtual Chamber is a completely new organization from the original Chamber. It is not a non-profit or government organization. It is not lead by a Board of Directors. It is a private organization locally owned and operated as a business. 

Who runs the Montrose U Leadership Class?
The original Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors voted to give Montrose U Leadership Class to the City of Montrose and Black Canyon Morning Rotary with The City of Montrose being the fiscal agent.
Who is in charge of Ribbon Cuttings?
DART (Development and Revitalization Team) was charged by the original Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors to carry on the service of the community Ribbon Cuttings.
Where did the historic memorabilia from the original Chamber of Commerce go?

All photo albums and books of the 136 year old organization were donated to the Montrose Historical Museum.

Is the Montrose Ken Gayle Scholarship still available?
Yes it is. High school seniors may apply through the Montrose Community Foundation. They administer the scholarships under the original purpose/intent of the program.
Do you have a list or calendar of upcoming Montrose Events?

No, the MVCC does not offer a calendar or list of local events at this time. You may find a list of upcoming events through the Montrose Visitors Center. This also applies to a list of event vendor opportunities.

Get in Touch

Please read our FAQ section before sending us a message. Your message will be responded to in the order in which it was received, and within 5 business days.

We do not respond to:

Inquiries about things to do and places to live in Montrose CO, business referrals, business complaints, the City, the County, Region 10, or Montrose U Leadership Class.

Is your business located in Montrose County, Colorado?

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