Lander County is a dynamic and stratigic business location. The proximity to Interstate 80 and one of the world's richest Gold and Silver trends,access to alternative energy source,developable land,and the availability of unique outdoor recreation make us an exceptional choice for living - working and playing.

We are actively seeking new businesses to locate in our area of North/Central Nevada. We're on the railroad and Interstate 80, and we have an exceptional airport. Hundreds of undeveloped acres that are currently zoned industrial and commercial, just waiting for your business.
Combine our positive business attitude with the pleasures of small town living for your business and your employees.

Battle Mountain has exceptional schools, an excellent hospital, and a wide range of outdoor recreational activities. For business or just for an escape from the hustle and bustle of the modern world, Battle Mountain is the answer.

Chamber Events

The Battle Mountain Chamber of Commerce holds many events throughout the year.

Movies in the Park
Movies are shown at sun down in Elquist Park which is located just off downtown exit 231 of I80. There are food vendors and a newly remodeled playground for the kids. Bring your chairs and blankets and settle on the lawn for a great family movie.
Admission is always free.
For the latest Chamber Events and Other Local Activities Please Click Here.
UPCOMING EVENTS:
  • We have set the dates for MOVIES in the Park. Who ready?
    • October Drive-IN Date to be  determined,Sponsored by The Owl Club
  • We are looking for Ads for the next movie in the park, Great way to advertize your business.Contact the Chamber @ 775.635.8245
  • September 15th -19th 2014 Homecoming Week for Battle Mountain High School. 
  • Battle Mountain Cookhouse Museum Cookout September 20th, 2014, call 635.8548 for tickets.
  • General Election Candidates Night is October 7, 2014 from 6 to 8 pm. 
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                      Happy Homecoming Week
Theme is “LONGHORN PALOOZA 2014” based on MUSIC.
 
 
Monday—15th:  “Special Bell Schedule”
Dress-up Day----Country
1 hour assembly before Lunch (each class 1-6 will be 10 min. shorter)
                   Lip Syncs will be performed during the assembly.
Evening Activity---Powder-Puff Football 7:00 at the football field;
                               Seniors & Sophomores VS. Juniors & Freshmen
Windows must be completed this evening. Must be cleaned by Monday morning Sept. 22.
 
Tuesday—16th:  Normal Bell Schedule
Dress-up Day---Rock of Ages
Windows will be judged today.
Volleyball at Eureka
Soccer home vs. Lowry 3 & 5 pm
 
Wednesday—17th:  Normal Bell Schedule
Dress-up Day—Decades of Music (50’s, 60’s, 70’s, or 80’s)
Girls Golf at Battle Mountain
Varsity Volleyball at home vs. Silver Stage at 4 pm
Evening Activity---He-Man Volleyball 7 pm at the high school gym
          (Srs.-green; Juniors-yellow; Sophomores-white; Freshmen-black)
 
Thursday—18th:  “Special Bell Schedule”
Dress-up Day—Green Day (green, white & gold)
1 hour assembly before Lunch (each class 1-6 will be 10 min. shorter)
Allow for Voting during 2nd period
Evening Activities:
          Vanities—8 pm at the Civic Center
          Bonfire—9:30 pm dirt parking lot by BMHS
 
Friday—19th: 
Parade at 12 noon:  Floats need to be at Etcheverry’s FoodTown by
11:30, judging occurs at 11:45.
Soccer home vs. Whittell (boys 3 & girls 5)
JV Football home vs. Yerington at 4:30
Varsity Football home vs. Silver Stage at 7:00
 
Saturday—20th: 
JV Volleyball home vs Yerington at 12 noon
Varsity Volleyball home vs Yerington at 1
Soccer home vs. Yerington at 11 (boys) & 1 (girls)
Homecoming Dance at BMHS at 8:30 -11:30 p.m
          Casual Attire $7 a person; $5 with a student body card

Welcome New Chamber Members

Call Leslie Jorgensen for classes available 775.340.5266

 
Shout out to all the Chamber Members that have renewed in August!!

BLM
Battle Mountain Moto Cross
Southwest Gas
Summit Engineering


We appreciate all your support and look forward in helping make your business a success.


Welcome to our newest Chamber members!
Twirling Tutus
Battle Mountain Basque Club
Battle Mountain Art Presenters
Eagle Home Mortgage
Andria's Photography

***If you know of any Community Event going on, please contact the Chamber to get it added onto our Community Calendar. Or you can add it on our Calendar page.
bmcommerce@yahoo.com

Board of Directors
President: Shar Peterson,Sr. External Relations-Newmont
Vice President: Stephen Pluemer,Operations Manager-MI Swaco
Treasurer: Doug Mills,Owner-Reese River Outfitters
Board Member: Jodi Moore,Owner of Farmers Insurance & Moore
Board Member: Angie Gonzales,Owner of Nails by Angie
Alt. Board Member:Phil Hanna,CEO of BM General Hospital 
Alt. Board Member: Randy Clark,Owner--Clark Park

Remember to "LIKE" our Facebook page while your here!
 

Check out our latest Ribbon Cuttings!

Argenta Rim Apartments Grand Opening:
Steve Pluemer, MI-Swaco, Tami Johnson, Office Manager, Chris Settle, Employee, Dominque Perriseau, Dirk Perriseau, Jeannine Perriseau, Owners, Sady S.Tingey, Battle Mountain Chamber of Commerce. Photographer Josh Tingey, Pro-West Engineering.
Nolan Realty and Investments with Arnold Beck Construction, Inc. Thank you supporting Anna Penola, Lander County Building and Planning, Randy Clark with Clark Park/Clark Store-All, Kimberlie Buffington, Nolan Realty and Investments, Nathan Beck, Arnold Beck Construction, Inc, Jay Wintle, Alicia Price, Haney's Furniture, and Jan Morrison, Lander County Building  and Planning, Photographer: Josh Tingey, Pro-West Engineering.
Bakker's Brew New Ownership: Garrett Bakker, Owner, holding Dax Bakker, grandson, Melissa Bakker, Owner, Sean and Tonia Bakker, New Managers, holding Saige, daughter, Alicia Price, Haney's Furniture, Sady S. Tingey, Battle Mountain Chamber of Commerce, Monique and Colin Ramsdell, family, Paul and Parker Ramsdell, family, Randy Clark, Clarp Park/ Clark Store-All, and Phil Hanna, Battle Mountain General Hospital. Photographer: Josh Tingey, Pro-West Engineering.
Dakota Diesel Repair, Inc opened their doors of their NEW building. Phil Hanna, Battle Mountain General Hospital, Tamara Artz, Owner, Bob Fox, employee, Randy Artz, Owner, Angie Gonzalez, Nails by Angie, Dan Gamble, employee, Michelle  Broadway, employee, and Steve Pluemer, MI-Swaco.Photographer: Sady S. Tingey, Battle Mountain Chamber of Commerce.
Glennon & Sandoval
Certified Public Accountants
775-777-8497
www.glennonandsandoval.com

Many Reasons to Join

Have you ever wondered why your business should join the Battle Mountain Chamber of Commerce?
The Chamber of Commerce is a catalyst...a common vehichle through which the enlightened mutual interests of a segment of the business community work together for the common good of the total community.A better community means better business and we are working for a better community for everyone here.
Chamber Membership conveys credibility and stability to their customers.Being a Member of the Chamber of Commerce can open the door to many contacts that can help your business grow through the power of referrals and networking.
With your Membership you will get: a Web-Page with a monthly visits report,referals to your business, display of business cards and brochures,on-line coupons and Advertising oportunities.Free listing on our Chamber Directory & Visitors Guide.
Click the button below to read why from an outside prospective.
If you are a business owner or organization in Battle Mountain and would like to advertise your business or organization here we invite you to join the Chamber.




Thank you to all the Chamber Members who are participating in the Wine Walk.

Argenta Rim Apartments
Bakker's Brew
Battle Mountain Art Presenters
Battle Mountain Inn and Suites
Big Chief Motel
BM Bugle
Calico Club
Calico Vapors and Hookah
Country Mile Boutique
Farmer's Insurance N Moore
Haney's Furniture
Hide - Away
H & R Block
JP Quick Mart
Lander County Historical Society/Cookhouse Museum
Mama's Pizza and Deli
Mountain View Golf Course
Nevada Hotel
North Nevada Feed and Supply
Owl Club Casino and Restaurant
Perfectly Posh
Pizza Factory 
Port of Subs
ReMax Gold
Super Stop
The Flower Shop
Todd Plimpton for District Judge