Welcome to the Astor Area Chamber of Commerce Page. Astor has a Long History and it all stems for our wonderful St. Johns River . Many of our Businesses thrive along the waterway. From Restaurants to Marinas and Tours of the Majestic River !
ABOUT US The Astor Area Chamber of Commerce is a Voluntary organization of the Business Community. The Chamber is not a civic club, charitable organization or department of the City Government. The Chamber is private, non-profit tax paying corporation. It unites many of business and professional firms, thus creating a unique central agency working to improve businesses interested in prospecting and creating a healthy environment in which to conduct business. Most Important, the Chamber is people just like you ! People who realize that through the Chamber they can accomplish collectively what no one of them can do individually. The Strength of the Chamber lies in attracting the greatest number of members, creating a pool of resources from which can be drawn ideas, energy and finances. We need you Today ! We invite and challenge you to join with us in developing and shaping the future. Let's work together to make it the best it can be!
1932 View of the Old Astor Bridge from the Lake County Side to the Volusia County Side.
The Wood Fence is down and the view of the River is so nice. Lake County is doing the Park is stages and is moving along. !
The Astor Area Chamber of Commerce is physically located in Astor, Florida on SR 40. The Chamber serves the six bear - forest- river communities of Astor, Astor Park, Barberville, Emporia, Pierson and Volusia. Astor and Astor Park are located in Lake County, while the other four communities are part of Volusia County. The Astor Area Chamber and the communities it serves are located near a host of Central Florida attractions including Daytona Beach and Orlando, and our communities border the beautiful St. Johns River and the Ocala National Forest. The Chamber chose its new mascot - the black bear - since the majority of our communities lie along the Florida Black Bear Scenic Byway. If you are in our area and have never been to our Chamber office in Astor, we know that after visiting this fishing village community you will see why Astor has earned the nickname "The Jewel of the St. Johns River. " Please visit our website often to view updates, events calendars and local information; and please contact us if you would like additional information about the businesses and organizations in our communities or if you would like to become a member of our Chamber.
The Astor Area Chamber of Commerce was organized to advance the general welfare and prosperity of the Astor area, its businesses and organizations. All necessary means of promotion may be provided to our members and particular attention and emphasis is always given to the economic, civic, and educational interests of the area.
The Astor Area Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit 501c6 business league and remains a non-partisan and non-sectarian organization. In addition to promoting our local businesses, the Chamber supports, both monetarily and through volunteerism, all of the community organizations, schools and churches in the Astor area.
Everything on the River
2018 Officer Election of Officers Feb. 2018 Raymond Hottinger, President Debi Watson, Vice President Tina Hagstrom, Secretary Rita Broadway, Treasurer
2018 BOARD of DIRECTORS Bill Nordle Rita Broadway Tina Hagstrom Debi Watson Raymond Hottinger Edy Guy
Members of the Umitilla Chamber of Commerce
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