Student Membership
*FREE

➼  Membership in the Dineh Chamber of Commerce directory

 

*Volunteer when needed

Sole Proprietor Membership
$50.00

➼  Membership in the Dineh Chamber of Commerce directory

➼  Membership Certificate - Sacred Mountain White

© Designed by Nez Technologics LLC

Recognition of the Four Sacred Mountains is set deep in the Dineh Culture.  Traditional opening prayer begins with appreciation of the beauty rendered by Mother Earth and Father Sky and gifting of the four sacred mountains within which the holy people instructed Dineh (the people) to protect and use the resources to sustain their livelihood.

Small Business Membership
$100.00

➼  Membership in the Dineh Chamber of Commerce directory

➼  Recognition at events and meetings

➼  Membership Certificate - Sacred Mountain Green

© Designed by Nez Technologics LLC

Recognition of the Four Sacred Mountains is set deep in the Dineh Culture.  Traditional opening prayer begins with appreciation of the beauty rendered by Mother Earth and Father Sky and gifting of the four sacred mountains within which the holy people instructed Dineh (the people) to protect and use the resources to sustain their livelihood.

Corporate and Government Membership
$500.00

➼  Dineh Chamber of Commerce Annual Event recognition

➼  Recognition in the Dineh Chamber of Commerce Annual Event Agenda

➼  Recognition on printed materials and signage

➼  Logo Placement on the Dineh Chamber of Commerce website

➼  Membership Certificate - Spirit White

© Designed by Nez Technologics LLC

One of the principal cultural practices by Dineh producer of goods is to allow for a pathway for the holy spirit to travel in and out of the product.  The most recognized practice comes from the Navajo rug weaver who never completes the border of the rug.  They leave a pathway usually placed in the lower corner of the rug. For a long time the buyer believed this was a flaw, but it was a sign of  tribute to honor the holy spirit.

Major Corporation and Government Membership
$1000.00

➼  Recognition and Honoring at Dineh Chamber of Commerce Annual event

➼  Recognition in the Dineh Chamber of Commerce Annual Event agenda

➼  Recognition on printed materials and signage

➼  Logo Placement on the Dineh Chamber of Commerce website

➼  Ad in the Dineh Chamber of Commerce newsletter sent to all Chamber members

➼  Membership Certificate - Spirit Green

© Designed by Nez Technologics LLC
© Designed by Nez Technologics LLC

One of the principal cultural practices by Dineh producer of goods is to allow for a pathway for the holy spirit to travel in and out of the product.  The most recognized practice comes from the Navajo rug weaver who never completes the border of the rug.  They leave a pathway usually placed in the lower corner of the rug. For a long time the buyer believed this was a flaw, but it was a sign of  tribute to honor the holy spirit.

Special Membership
$ Negotiated $

➼  Dineh Chamber of Commerce Annual Event recognition

➼  Recognition in the Dineh Chamber of Commerce Annual Event Agenda

➼  Recognition on printed materials and signage

➼  Logo Placement on homepage of the Dineh Chamber of Commerce website

➼  Membership Certificate - Spirit White and Spirit Green

© Designed by Nez Technologics LLC

One of the principal cultural practices by Dineh producer of goods is to allow for a pathway for the holy spirit to travel in and out of the product.  The most recognized practice comes from the Navajo rug weaver who never completes the border of the rug.  They leave a pathway usually placed in the lower corner of the rug. For a long time the buyer believed this was a flaw, but it was a sign of  tribute to honor the holy spirit.

© Designed by Nez Technologics LLC
© Designed by Nez Technologics LLC

One of the principal cultural practices by Dineh producer of goods is to allow for a pathway for the holy spirit to travel in and out of the product.  The most recognized practice comes from the Navajo rug weaver who never completes the border of the rug.  They leave a pathway usually placed in the lower corner of the rug. For a long time the buyer believed this was a flaw, but it was a sign of  tribute to honor the holy spirit.