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Our diverse business base helps maintain a healthy economic community. We manufacture backpacks, grapples, siding and logging equipment. We are welders, food servers, carpenters, teachers, healers, artisans, bankers, sales clerks, factory workers, technicians and professionals.

We are an area rich in history – fishing, mining, lighthouses, shipping, logging and trains. Our area is a water lovers paradise: streams, rivers, ponds, waterfalls, lakes and the greatest lake of them all, Lake Superior. Superior is the largest fresh water lake in the world. The activities one can enjoy here are endless. If you love nature, you are in the right spot. We have State Parks, National and State Forests, many community parks, wayside rests and four-season trails galore.

The mission of the Two Harbors Area Chamber of Commerce is to create and enhance a business climate in which area businesses can prosper.

Five Reasons Why Your Business Should Belong:

1.  Advocate for North Shore Communities locally, regionally and statewide.
2.  Get involved in the education of young people and the training of our workforce.
3.  Improve and promote the services and value of the Chamber to members.
4.  Take an active role in traffic and transportation issues on the North Shore.
5.  Work to enhance and promote the North Shore experience. Enhance the economic benefits of travel and tourism.

More from the Chamber
Business Directory | Contact the Chamber

How is the Chamber meeting these goals?

The Chamber has developed committees that address issues related to education, construction, manufacturing, public policy, timber and tourism. The Chamber manages the R.J. Houle Information Center in Two Harbors and the Lester River Information Center in Duluth.

The Chamber promotes area businesses through website links, encouraging membership to support each other, sponsoring industry specific forums, and networking opportunities such as breakfast and lunch networking sessions, two annual membership banquets as well as an annual golf tournament.

The Chamber promotes the area through the production of promotional publications including the Two Harbors Area Visitor Guide and Community Directory; community maps; snowmobile maps; events and festival brochures as well as promoting the area in leading state and regional destination publications.

The Chamber supports area youth by annually presenting $300 tenth grade scholarships, a $500 senior scholarship, a 4H leadership award and revitalizing school-to-work program.

The Chamber supports the community by sponsoring “Breakfast for Heroes” recognizing medical, response, fire and law enforcement personnel and by participating in community events such as Grandma’s Marathon and Northshore Inline Marathon.

2015-2016 Two Harbors Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors

Michael Cavallin
Cavallin Plumbing & Heating
Board Chairperson
Kiera Wilson
The Lake Bank
Director, Past Chairperson
Darrin Young
Superior Shores
Director, Past Chairperson
Sue Bott
Remax Prodigy Real Estate
Director
Ruth Rabold
Century 21
Director, Past Chairperson
Dick Bohrer
Silver Creek Signworks
Director, Past Chairperson
Christopher Swanson
PureDriven
Director
Warren Miller
Harbor Insurance
Director, Past Chairperson
Darla Abrahamson
Two Harbors Federal Credit Union
Director
Karen Hoeft
Hoeft Design
Director, Past Chairperson
Jay Belcastro
Two Harbors High School Principal
Director
Scott Deming
Area Manager-Finance North Shore Mining
Director
Dan Walker
Two Harbors City Administrator
Director
Joe Russell
DNR Trails
Director
Staff
Janelle Jones
President / CEO
Rachel Batt
Office and Communications Coordinator

How to Join the Two Harbors Chamber
Fill out the membership application and return it to the chamber office. Go to membership application. View our Fee Structure and Benefits for Chamber Members.

Thinking About Moving?
The Two Harbors area offers many resources for businesses and residents alike. Follow the links to the areas of your interest, and you’ll be sure to see that the Two Harbors area will be able to provide you with all the necessities of a quality style of life and work.

Business Relocation
The Two Harbors area provides a central contact source to assist developers and entrepreneurs in matters of building and site availability, zoning, funding sources, and utility needs. Contact the Two Harbors Development Council at thdc@lakenet.com. Direct technical assistance, loan packaging, product research and development are also available, along with key contacts to address and special business needs.

Manufacturing
Manufacturing has been the leader in Two Harbors and its economic base for hundreds of years.

Convenience – Hospitality – and Accommodations
The Two Harbors Area has all the conveniences of the big city but is still a small friendly town that plans to keep things in that fashion. The community has a great school system, a modern hospital and clinic, a diverse economy, economic opportunities, easy highway access, and a modern airport. Two Harbors is rich with churches, is tourist friendly, and has abundant shopping, dining, and lodging facilities

Enjoy the Scenic Byways
While exploring the wonderful North Shore of Lake Superior please note that Hwy 61 from Duluth through Two Harbors and all the way up to the Canadian Border is a designated a National Scenic Byway. As you enter Silver Bay you can also explore another designated byway straight west on Scenic Byway Hwy 11 to the Iron Range.

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