• Chamber Programs

  • Ag Committee

    This group meets monthly as needed on determined dates.  Their goal is to create awareness of the significant impact of the agricultural industry in our area.  They host a pre-harvest producer appreciation Shrimp Boil before harvest every fall.  They also plan, implement, and host a local agricultural awareness tour every other year that enables attendees to tour local facilities and experience hands on science and technology. The Ag Committee has endowed a scholarship at South Plains College for future agriculture professionals

  • Ambassador Program

    Levelland Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors are partners in developing, promoting and sustaining a vital, thriving business climate in Levelland. 
    Ambassadors throughout the community representing the “voice of business” are important to enhancing the civic, educational and well-being of our area.
    Ambassadors help to promote member/investor commitment.‚ÄčThis group meets quarterly and is instrumental in assisting with ribbon cuttings and ground breakings.  They assist in membership relations and serve as host/hostesses at numerous chamber events.

    Join the Levelland Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors Program today!

    For more information or application, contact the Chamber office at 806-894-3157 or msiders@levelland.com

  • Keep Levelland Beautiful

    Keep Levelland Beautiful will implement and maintain the Keep Texas Beautiful goals and to study, investigate and develop plans for improving the health, sanitation, safety, and cleanliness of the City of Levelland by beautifying the streets, highways, alleys, lots, yards, and other similar places in the City. Keep Levelland Beautiful will review removal and elimination of trash and other debris from the streets, highways, alleys, lots, yards, and other similar places; to encourage the placing, planning, and/or preservation of trees, flowers, plants, shrubbery, and other objects or ornamentation in the City and recommend plans to other agencies of the said City of the environment of Levelland.

  • Marigolds

    This organization strives to act as an independent, non-political service group which provides support to the Levelland Chamber of Commerce and the Levelland Main Street Program. This organization encourages a high quality of living for the community through beautification, cultural advancement and civic awareness.

  • LEAP (Levelland Emerging Active Professionals)

    The Levelland Emerging Active Professionals (LEAP) are an outreach group of the Levelland Chamber of Commerce.  The Levelland Emerging Active Professionals (LEAP) are developing the next generation of community and business leaders by seeking opportunities to invest in and serve our community, network with community leaders, and encourage others to support the City of Levelland.

    email:  msiders@levelland.com for more information

  • Leadership Levelland

    The purpose of the Leadership Levelland is to provide quality leadership training to motivate and encourage civic leaders and to develop personal leadership characteristics and skills within individuals.  Leadership Levelland will inform the participants about Levelland's history, government, social needs and opportunities and existing processes.  This program is biennial and next enrollment period will be in Fall 2023. 

    Click here for the newest application & agenda. 

    For questions or for more information, please email msiders@levelland.com or call the Chamber at 806-894-3157.

  • YELL - Young Emerging Leaders of Levelland

    This is a group of Levelland High School students (sophomores-seniors) that meet during their school lunch hour once a month.  The program runs September through April coinciding with the school year.  The purpose is to engage students and challenge them to take charge of their lives while giving back to their community.  They elect their own officers and plan their programs and community service. Meeting presentations include scholarships, student loans, financial aid, banking, credit card use, fraud, organizational skills, job interviews, resumes and professional development. Community service projects include food drive, toy drive, donation of special needs for local animal shelter, faculty appreciation, campus clean up and community wide highway litter prevention with Keep Levelland Beautiful.