The Marble Falls/Lake LBJ Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)6 nonprofit corporation comprised of a voluntary
membership of more than 800 area businesses, professional people, and interested citizens who have joined together to improve the economic and civic well being of the area. In other words, we try to be all things to all people all the time; while not really possible, that is our goal.
The Chamber’s annual budget is roughly $600,000, which comes from event and program revenue, membership income, and hotel occupancy tax. A 7-member board of directors and a 14-member advisory board govern the Chamber’s activities, while staff members in two locations take care of day-to-day operations.
Board of Directors
- Keith Conrad President- Republic Services
- David Plante 1st Vice President- Blue Bonnet Cafe
- Shane Stewart 2nd Vice President- State Farm Insuracne
- Logan Stanley Secretary- Stanley Dental
- David Crail Director at Large- H.E.B.
- Judy Miller Immediate Past President- OutBack Unlimited
- Terry Ortiz- Treaty Oak Bank
- Brian Anderson Camp Peniel
- Larry Berkman Coach Wash
- Casey Blair Blair's Western Wear
- Pat Burton Thelen & Assoc. Real Estate
- Christian Fletcher Economic Development Corp.
- Allan Garrett Hutto, Lucksinger & Garrett
- Kristi Goebel Horseshoe Bay Resort Realty
- Nance Griffin Griffin & Griffin Insurance
- Ralph Hendricks City of Marble Falls
- Mark McCary McCary & McCary PC
- Rob O'Connor Marble Falls ISD
- Greg Ritchie Ritchie Dental Group
- George Russell City of Marble Falls
- Chris Schmidt Starbucks
- W.T. Smith Burnet County
- Bill Rives Executive Director·email
- Julia Adams Events Coordinator - email
- Jean Eades Visitor Center Manager · email
- Elizabeth Maynard Receptionist/Front Desk firstname.lastname@example.org
- Alisha Workman Director of Marketing & Tourism email@example.com
What we do
For starters, we support our members through promotion and education to ensure that we have a strong and viable community. Different businesses benefit in different ways, but we strive to offer something for everyone, and our membership benefits reflect that. Because our community relies on a balance between residential interests and tourism attractions, we have designed a program of work that seeks to enhance all community development projects without picking one contingent over another.
As such, the Chamber coordinates a diverse array of events and festivals that enrich the quality of life for our residents and provide entertainment for the hundreds of thousands of people who visit our area each year.
If you would like more information about becoming a member of the Marble Falls/Lake LBJ Chamber of Commerce, please contact us.
To view the Marble Falls/Lake LBJ Chamber of Commerce Official Community Guide and Membership Directory, click on the image: