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            Dimmit County Chamber of Commerce - Welcome!    
    Preserving Our History, Pursuing Our Future ® 2014
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Welcome to the Dimmit County Chamber of Commerce 
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Dimmit County is experiencing exciting growth and prosperity! Our 5 cities: AshertonBig WellsBrundageCarrizo Springs, and Catarina are located in the Heart of Brush Country and in The Eagle Ford Shale.

The Dimmit County Chamber of Commerce, Visitors & Information Center is the largest association in the county. We are pro-business, your advocate, and a unified voice for our business community and those of you relocating and visiting. 

As your advocate, the Chamber represents your interests on many levels: in government, transportation, economic development, health care, environmental affairs, and education and how they impact your business. Our Membership Directory highlights Chamber members and we encourage you to refer to the Directory whenever seeking a product or a service.

Networking and development of business relationships and expertise are among the primary reasons that companies join our Chamber. We help you connect and provide exposure to hundreds of businesses, their employees, families, the communities, and our wonderful County. From Business Seminars, to Mixers, Luncheons, and Events throughout the year, The Chamber is here to provide service and opportunities to all. 

We invite you to join us, our businesses, and communities, as we build and enjoy the bounty of Dimmit County's Commerce, Agriculture, Oil & Gas, Schools, Faith, Families, Hospital, Housing, Entertainment, Shopping, Hunting, Recreation, Golf, Fishing and more.

All the quality of life you would expect is here in abundance! People are friendly, taxes and crime rates are low, growth is happening and y'all are welcome in true Texas style!

As for education, Carrizo Springs schools all strive for excellence, and the elementary grades have attained Texas Exemplary status. And in prayer, the spiritual needs of the community are fulfilled by a variety of neighborhood churches and programs.  

Dimmit County's enthusiastic communities support a wide range of organized activities for kids. Local chapters of girl scouts, boy scouts, 4-H and FFA keep our youth involved in healthy and constructive activities, as well as Little League Baseball, Soccer, Youth Football, and Basketball competitions. 

Welcome, to Dimmit County, Texas!

Dimmit County Chamber of Commerce ® 103 N 6th St., Carrizo Springs, TX 78834 Heart of Brush Country and the Eagle Ford Shale - Asherton, Big Wells, Brundage, Carrizo Springs, Catarina. 
Copyright ® 2012   Website maintained by Judy Swenson
Last Updated - 04/29/16

On behalf of the Dimmit County Chamber Board of Directors, Members, Communities, and Visitors & Information Center I thank you for exploring and participating in our great County. 

- Jimmie Lopez, President
Carrizo Springs is the Dimmit County seat. 
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Chamber of Commerce Office Flies U.S. Flags in Honor of D-Day Anniversary

The flags were flown proudly at the Chamber office on Monday, June 6th in honor of the veterans from World War II and paying tribute to the 72nd anniversary of the D-Day Invasion in Normandy, France. Most people today do not know what happened on June 6, 1944. They do not know that 73,000 Americans landed on the beaches and almost 2,500 of our boys were killed. The young 18 year old soldiers who were in the middle of the horrific struggle to climb up the bluffs of Omaha Beach and dodging bullets to stay alive would be 90 years old today and still living with the memories of that unforgettable day. How could they forget as they watched their friends and comrades die before their very own eyes? Unfortunately there is nothing special to commemorate the 72nd anniversary on that dreary morning except the men themselves. We forget that the fight for Normandy was just beginning. The toughest battles actually happened in the next six weeks as the allies fought to secure a hold on France and then continue to set the plans to liberate Western Europe. One well known among these battles is the Battle of the Bulge in Belgium. These battles were hard and tough, but in the end it was all part of the war that was worth winning. The men and women who served in World War II have earned the respect of being “the greatest generation” and the Chamber office remembered this great moment in history called “D-Day” this past Monday and the veterans who wore our nations uniforms in defense of freedom.