American Indian Chamber of Commmerce

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Chamber Events Overview

The American Indian Chamber of Commerce of California achieves our mission, in part, through events.  Below is an overview of our annual events.

Monthly Meetings

  • Chapter Meetings

    Join us for outstanding monthly meetings-details, times, costs and locations vary so check back often.  Members may attend any meeting(s) throughout the state, visitors and supporters are welcome - except for our General Member meeting held in September at which time, we ask "no guests".

    The Chamber is a statewide organization with three Chapters- Southern California, San Diego County and Northern California - and we hold meetings throughout the state most every month (except in months when we hold statewide events and August is our vacation month).

  • Annual June Recognition Luncheon
    Hosted by and at
    The Autry Museum of the American West

    You will not want to miss this great event.  Please join us for Maurice's famous Navajo Tacos, traditional entertainment, recognition of our partners and of course, networking, networking, networking.

  • EXPO

    Any American Indian business will want to attend this event which is two and one-half days focused on building and linking each business with procurement opportunities.

    From the specialized individual business coaching by top corporate, government and tribal procurement and supplier development specialists to our One on One's to our super plenary sessions attendees will not go home without a contact for a contract.

    Other great functions at the EXPO include our Annual Jr. American Indian Chamber Youth EXPO and American Indian Chamber Golf Championships.

  • Native American Heritage Month Luncheon with Warrior Awards Presentation

    This event serves as the Chamber's annual fundraiser, please help support!

    Held each November to commemorate Native American Heritage Month and salute our Annual Warrior Award winners, this event is one of the Chamber's highlights of the year.

    The Luncheon starts off with a networking reception with silent auction, which raises monies for our annual Chamber Scholarships.

    Once we call everyone into the main room we are there to network, enjoy a fine meal and then present our highest honor -- the Warrior Award.

    After these presentations we then award our annual scholarships to deserving Native students -- these students usually provide this event with one of our most heartwarming moments of the year -- as the students describe their journey on the road to higher education.  

Chamber Statewide

American Indian Chamber of Commerce of California

633 West Fifth Street
26th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90071