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About Us

Promoting Economic Development in Texas

Our community has small businesses, mid-sized businesses, and large businesses that are thriving and continue to grow year after year.
Rich Culture

Our diverse area has small, mid-size and large communities with great highway access, as well as many available sites and buildings.

Historic Value

Whether it is touring a brewery, taking photos of wildflowers, or stepping back in time to learn about Texas history, we’ll make sure your experience is something you never forget.

Discover Our Members

We represent thirty members who span sixteen historical communities and eleven counties.

Your Getaway


Business and Community Lenders of Texas is an organization dedicated to improving the lives of Texans through asset-building and job creation.


The Columbus Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization funded by the annual investments of its members to promote business and tourism as well as support civic projects.


The Cuero Chamber is an association of nearly 300 member investors, seeking to improve and maintain the economic well-being and quality of life in our community.


The Cuero Development Corporation (CDC) works to provide economic services to those interested in starting up, relocating, or expanding a business to Cuero, Texas. We are dedicated to the promotion, enhancement and development of economic growth in the community.


Centrally located between four major Texas cities, Flatonia’s prime location, home town values and forward-thinking community leaders combine to make this city the perfect locale for easy living, personal growth and abundant business opportunities.


The City of Gonzales, founded in 1825, is located 62 miles south of Austin, 70 miles east of San Antonio, and 60 miles north of Victoria. The City has a population of 7,202 and serves as the county seat of Gonzales County. Today Gonzales aggressively seeks to broaden its economic base.


Whether you are here to follow the Independence Trail, visit our historic sites, see the wildflowers, shop for antiques or collectibles or try our famous barbecue, we invite you to stop by the Visitor Information Center at the Chamber of Commerce office in the Old Jail Museum and pick up information on all the sights to see here!


Nestled at the intersections of Interstate 10, U.S. Highway 90, Texas Highway 36, and main lines for the BNSF Railroad and the Union Pacific Railroad, Sealy is the economic hub of Austin County and the largest city in Austin County. Our prime location allows quick access to major metropolitan areas and key transportation corridors while providing a relaxing, semi-rural atmosphere for you and your family.


Smithville offers beauty and recreation, a centralized location that's perfect for commerce of all types and a community atmosphere that invites you to visit for awhile.  From our easy access to the Colorado River to our rich railroad history, our eclectic, charming Main Street to our modern conveniences and lovely B&B’s, Smithville invites visitors to come and relax.  Our central location, between Austin, San Antonio and Houston, makes doing business in Smithville a great alternative for your business.  Visit Smithville…stay awhile!


Small town beauty and hospitality, a history steeped in legend and tradition, and a personality that is uniquely Texan through and through... that's what you'll find in Yoakum!


Yoakum is a community that offers all the business availabilities found in larger communities such as a municipal airport, access to major highways, workforce development, and private partnerships; yet still maintaining strong home town values and local business support allowing ease of permits and incentives not available in larger districts.


​Centrally located between Houston, Austin and San Antonio, Fayette County is rich in amenities, high in culture and shared with over 235,000 visitors each year.  Visit our rolling hills and open spaces. Step into the past and discover Fayette County’s arts, heritage and countryside.


We invite you to stay in our communities and share our culture, discover our historic courthouses and churches, visit our museums, watch our rodeos and play on our golf courses. Enjoy camping, fishing, dinner theatre, live music or unique festivals.

Whatever your activity, you are sure to take pleasure in the rolling hills, grassy prairies, river, streams, wildflowers, blue skies and starry nights. Click on the Visit Our Area page for links to calendars of area events.

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In the I-10 Corridor we have everything you and your loved ones need to have an unforgettable adventure.







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