About Us

The Greater Hewitt Chamber has been serving Hewitt and its surrounding communities since 1978, and we work closely with the City of Hewitt on business, economic and community development.  The Greater Hewitt Chamber also works to promote tourism and serves as a visitor bureau for Hewitt.

A chamber is a local association formed to promote and protect the interests of the business community in a particular place.  Chambers have local businesses as members who elect a board of directors to set policy for the organization; the board then hires a director and staff to operate the chamber.  Each chamber operates separately but may form regional partnerships and/or join state, national and international bodies.

Since 1978, our mission has been to promote an environment of goodwill and prosperity among businesses, residents and civic organizations in the greater Hewitt area. We strive to foster, protect and promote the commercial, industrial, civic, agricultural and general interests of the Hewitt community. As of now, the Chamber represents 22,000 jobs and 35+ local, state and federal relationships and has awarded $100,000 to local students through the Greater Hewitt Chamber Scholarship Fund since 2008.

To be one of the highest performing chambers in service and community development in the state of Texas by continuing to provide quality information to members, attract visitors to the area through signature events and building positive rapport between the community and residents. To consistently seek community needs and opportunities to excel while evaluating the chamber’s services. The Chamber connects our members to leaders and legislators for providing relevant and up-to-date information for small business operations. Utilize access for resources available through the largest business networks in the nation.

Our membership includes businesses located inside Hewitt as well as those with customers living in the greater Hewitt area. Approximately 32% of our membership is located within Hewitt’s city limits, and more than half of Hewitt’s businesses are members. Our City has been recognized on a national level for its affordability, safety and quality of life, while Midway ISD has also received national recognition for the high quality of education our students receive. Hewitt has experienced a tremendous amount of commercial growth recently due to its convenient location and favorable business climate.

The Greater Hewitt Chamber also serves as a resource for greater Hewitt residents and visitors to Hewitt. Our Chamber is proud to regularly partner with other chambers in our county, as well as the City of Hewitt and City of Woodway. We believe strong regional relationships benefit both our business members and Hewitt residents, since a strong regional economy means more jobs and opportunities for residents.

One of the ways we fulfill our mission of promoting tourism to Hewitt is by adverting Hewitt’s hotels along the I35 corridor through marketing materials.  Our Chamber hosts community events that have contributed to Hewitt being recognized for an outstanding quality of life. We are honored to serve the Hewitt community!

If you have any questions, please call our office at (254) 666-1200.


The Greater Hewitt Chamber Board of Directors meet on a monthly basis to review the chamber’s operations and progress on business and community goals. Click here to view the latest highlights.


Signature Event: Annual Banquet

Our annual banquet is a popular event with an average attendance of 500. The event begins with a cocktail hour (cash bar) for networking and live music followed by a catered dinner. The program includes the President’s annual report, a brief speech from the incoming Chamber president, and award recognition for Business of the Year, New Member of the Year, Ambassador of the Year, and Volunteer of the Year awards. The scholarship presentation is then followed by the keynote speaker. Past keynote speakers include Dina Dwyer Owens, Nate SelfNeal JeffreyIsaiah AustinDr. Johnette McKown, Heath Nielsen, Judge Ken Starr and Drayton McLane. The banquet concludes with a drawing for luxury raffle prizes.  This event is open to the public and benefits the Greater Hewitt Chamber Scholarship Fund.

Signature Event: Nacho Daddy Car Show & Concert

The Greater Hewitt Chamber’s Nacho Daddy Car Show & Concert  presented by HEB Woodway is held every May at Warren Park in Hewitt. This fun community event features a car show with cash prizes, live music, food trucks, kids zone and more! This event benefits Hunger Free MISD, a program that sends backpacks full of nutrition food home with food insecure Midway students over weekends and holiday breaks. Students are selected from all ages and campuses based on counselor recommendations and parent acknowledgement.

Signature Event: Express Classic Golf Tournament

Our annual tournament presented by the City of Hewitt features prizes on every hole including a chance to win $1 million and/or a new vehicle!  Registration fees include green fees,  2 mulligans, cart, lunch, goodie bag with sponsored items, and the chance to win lots of prizes. To be eligible for your team to win the Prizes on Every Hole – including name-brand wedges, drivers, putters, set of irons, golf balls & golf bags  – a Super Pass is  available for purchase at check in. Proceeds from the Greater Hewitt Chamber’s annual golf tournament go toward the Greater Hewitt Chamber Scholarship Fund  as well as community development.

Signature Event: Creekside Spooktacular at Warren Park

The Creekside Spooktacular presented by Regent Care Center and the City of Hewitt includes trick or treating, games, costume contests, prizes & more!  Admission is FREE, and the event is fun for the whole family.  Games and children’s activities are available from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, and the costume contest consisting of three age group categories (0-3, 4-7 & 8-12) is at 7:00 p.m. Prizes are awarded to the first-place winner in each age group. Come hungry, and enjoy food trucks with a variety of food for sale!  A portion of the event proceeds go toward Hewitt First United Methodist Church’s Hallelujah Food Pantry.

Chamber Leadership


We have 32 total directors that serve on a volunteer basis and meet monthly on chamber operations, budget & mission fulfillment. The board has over 350 years of combined experience in various industries—from small business to Fortune 500 & international business development—and is led by an Executive Committee which acts on matters requiring immediate attention. This committee is comprised of the president, 1st and 2nd vice presidents, secretary, treasurer and immediate past president.


Our ambassadors are member volunteers that serve as face of the Chamber and extension of board’s leadership. They support the Chamber’s membership retention plan by reaching out to fellow members to provide information and encouragement. We currently have 60 ambassadors serving the Chamber.


The Chamber’s staff consists of Executive Director Alissa Cady, Communications Coordinator Misti Smith and Social Media & Membership Coordinator, Jake Smith. Under the board’s direction, the staff handles day-to-day operations including membership recruitment and retention, event planning, volunteer training and coordination, managing the production of the Chamber’s print publications and managing the Chamber’s digital marketing including website, social media and e-mail marketing. The staff also continually works to build relationships with area agencies, non-profits, chambers and media outlets.

Community Guide & Hewitt Express

Did you know our Chamber has five publications each year? Check out our annual Community Guide & Business Direcotry to see why Hewitt has been nationally recognized for its safety, schools, quality of life and affordability, and see our quarterly Hewitt Express magazine for community calendars, New Member Spotlights, Hewitt Happenings and more!

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