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Established in 1947, the Indio Chamber of Commerce has strong ties to a diverse community. Indio was formerly referred to as the Hub of the Valley, a Chamber of Commerce slogan made popular in the 1970s. It later was nicknamed the City of Festivals, a reference to the numerous cultural events held in the city, including the date festival and the world-famous Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
Indio is the largest city in the valley, with a population of 76,036 as of the last census. Indio’s economy is just as diverse as its population, with agriculture spanning the Southern and Eastern boarders, including the international destination Shields Date Garden. A strong industrial presence cab found at the heart of the city, with a booming retail sector to the North. Indio continues to attract more activity and growth to its city every year, a living testament to its original nickname.
The Indio Chamber of Commerce is a founding member of the Greater Coachella valley Chamber of Commerce.
For more information about the City of Indio, or the Indio chamber of Commerce, visit:
82-921 Indio Blvd.
Indio, CA 92201
M-F 8:30AM – 4:30PM
Information on the City of Indio click HERE
Information on visiting Indio click HERE
GCV INDIO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Heather Ramirez (Chair), Heather Creates
Jerry Tack (Treasurer), Gallery Homes
Mickey Sanchez (Secretary), Lamar Outdoor
Rodney Chalmers, Seecon Management
Jerardo Blue, GAPS Signs
Sandy Hardin, Lock Shop
Corina Elze, CB&T
Gary Lopez, G-Aries Visions
Joe Ray, Pepsi
Erick Becerril, CV Truck Park
Rick Cubas, Preferred Air Conditioning
Fernando Herrera, New Journey
Ron Phillips-Martinez, Desert Theater Works
Josiah Gonzalez, Avenida Music Band