Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are a vital part of the Bixby Metro Chamber and a driving force behind the programs and services that are helping businesses succeed and enhancing the quality of life in Bixby.

Volunteering provides an incredible opportunity for partners to network with other businesses, gain valuable leadership skills and become more involved in the community.

If you are interested in joining a committee, contact BMC at 918-366-9445 or or by email.

Heroes Committee

This committee serves as the hospitality and welcoming group to host ribbon cuttings, business grand openings, after hours and luncheons. They also assist new partners by mentoring them through their first year of partnership.

Downtown Bixby Committees

Two committees will be formed to help advise the City of Bixby and Bixby Metro Chamber with the efforts surrounding downtown Bixby. One committee will help form the small area plan and the other will help brainstorm ideas for events and marketing. These committees will be limited in size, and current owners and leaders of Downtown Bixby businesses will have priority.

Government Affairs Committee

This committee provides leadership in influencing governmental policies at local and state levels in order to promote community interests, such as transportation, infrastructure, education and business development. They assist in facilitating communication with the state and federal delegation by hosting local functions, as well as attending regional events.

Marketing Committee

This committee assists with internal and external marketing activities.


For more information about these committees and additional volunteer opportunities, contact BMC at 918-366-9445 or email us.


“The Bixby Metro Chamber offers excellent opportunities to interact with local, state and federal elected officials. In small group settings over breakfast or lunch, legislators share their interests and hear from chamber members about business, education and family issues. It is invaluable to build relationships with your elected officials. We do just that at the Bixby Chamber.” — Ron Bussert, OSU Tulsa