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The Red Oak Area Chamber of Commerce works to unite business, civic organizations, and educational leaders in order to form a more perfect community. Since 1973, this unique partnership within the community has allowed for growth and development that have deemed Red Oak the perfect place to live.


The Chamber helps to service local businesses through sponsoring regularly scheduled networking opportunities such as the Membership Luncheons, Ribbon Cuttings, Ground Breakings, and Grand Openings. Along with the benefit of involvement, the Red Oak Area Chamber of Commerce also offers our online services, referrals, and up-to-date information through our weekly updates. Annual events include the North Ellis County Business & Community Expo, Red Oak Area Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament, Founder’s Day, and the Annual Auction/Dinner.


Red Oak is a unique community built upon its great heritage and ideal placement. Located only twenty minutes from Dallas, Red Oak has all the benefits of the big city, but the laid back and comfortable atmosphere of a small hometown. It is very easy to see that the Chamber offers the necessary steps to create positive business growth and opportunity.


The Red Oak Area Chamber of Commerce is a service institution and a 501(c)6 non-profit business organization. It provides a medium through which people can take effective action for the progress of Red Oak. The Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary organization comprised of its business members who invest their time and money in a community development.  The members work together to improve the economic, civic and cultural well-being of the area.


The work of the Red Oak Area Chamber is financed by the investment of the business members and annual fundraisers. The Chamber is composed of volunteer Committee members, Directors and Officers who serve without financial compensation.


Any Business in good standing is eligible to be an investor in the Red Oak Area Chamber of Commerce. The dues structure is designed to permit even the smallest business to be a member.  Businesses that hope to achieve such growth and opportunity know that joining the Chamber is the first step to success!

Chamber Staff


Clinton B Woodward III

IOM, President/CEO

MBA Strategic Management, WGU Texas

BS Hospitality Management, New Mexico State University

Graduate, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Organization Management


Sandy Mullins

Office Coordinator

AS Business, Massey College of Business

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