Belle Fourche is a community of 5,600 progressive citizens located on the northern slopes of the world famous Black Hills in western South Dakota. sitting within driving distances to Wyoming's well-established oil, gas, and coal fields and to North Dakota's booming oil production industries.
The role of the Box Elder Area Chamber of Commerce is to support community businesses. Chamber members receive support as well as the opportunity to actively improve the quality of life in their community.
Tucked into the northern reaches of the Rushmore Region, Deadwood features extreme outdoor adventure and million-dollar views.
Located on one of the world's busiest freight routes, Edgemont looks toward a future with wind power and other energy.
Located south of Rapid City, Hermosa is the eastern gateway to Custer State Park and other Black Hills attractions.
The Hill City Area Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to promoting community growth and sustainability by strengthening our economic and social environments, serving the needs of members and the greater community, and cooperating with civic leaders, other community organizations, and neighboring communities.
The Southern Hills city attracts tourism with Evans Plunge and the Hot Springs Mammoth Site.
The closest town to Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Keystone greets millions of visitors a year.
Once home to the venerable Homestake Mine, Lead is now on the cutting edge of scientific discovery at the Sanford Underground Lab.
New Underwood, 24 miles east of Rapid City on Interstate 90, is a tight-knit community that serves the surrounding farming and ranching region with retail, education and community services.
Located in eastern Butte County, Newell is surrounded by rich farmland and irrigated with water from the Belle Fourche Irrigation District.
Piedmont was founded in 1890 and remained unincorporated for nearly 117 years. It officially became a city on August 16, 2007, and elected its first town board in November 2007. Piedmont takes its name from a French word meaning "the foot of the mountain," because it lies on the eastern slope of the Black Hills.
Since 1886, the Rapid City Chamber of Commerce has been helping member businesses stay informed and connected.
Rapid City Economic Development Partnership is a 501 (c) (6) non-profit corporation dedicated to sustainable economic growth and development of the Rapid City area. The Partnership has an extremely active, focused program in place working to attract quality, primary jobs to the Rapid City area. The Partnership also works to help local companies expand and retain jobs.
The Spearfish Area Chamber of Commerce strives to enhance the business climate for its members by providing membership services and opportunities for involvement. In addition to hosting a variety of social events, the Chamber serves as an educational forum, business advocate, mentor for businesses and an information resource.
Working in cooperation with site selection consultants, facility managers, developers, Realtors and business owners, SEDC is the central information source for all development in the Spearfish area. In the last 10 years, SEDC has assisted over 40 firms resulting in the creation/retention of 1,104 jobs.
This business community is located in the world-famous home of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, but it offers much more to consumers and businesses year-round.
Incorporated in 2005, Summerset is South Dakota's youngest city. Primarily a residential community, it's quickly developing its own retail and commercial base.
Wall is the Window to the West, Gateway to the Badlands and home of the famous Wall Drug. The town is surrounded with rich agriculture and home to Golden West Telecommunications and West River Electric.
The center, located in Rapid City, houses a number of programs that work to help small businesses thrive in western South Dakota. The group includes: Black Hills Community Economic Development (BHCED), Small Business Development Center, Procurement and Technical Assistance Center, West River Foundation, and SCORE.
Centrally located between Spearfish and Sturgis, Whitewood offers small-town life within easy commuting distance. It also has its own wood-processing centers and rail service.