• Savings Programs
  • Membership. It has its benefits.


    And one of those benefits is an extensive portfolio of money-saving programs for our members. When combined your Pickerington Area Chamber member benefits can save you thousands of dollars a year on necessary business expenses. Take a look below and learn more about how your Chamber membership can literally pay for itself.

    Health Insurance

    For members with fewer than 50  full-time employees. We know that access to health insurance is important to you and your employees. While cost concerns, uncertainty, and industry complexity can make the search for affordable coverage difficult, your Chamber membership can help you get the health insurance you want. Learn more >>

    Workers' Compensation

    Every business in Ohio is required to have workers' compensation insurance coverage. Maximize your savings with the Pickerington Area Chamber of Commerce's Workers' Compensation Program. Learn more >>

    Human Resources Management 

    Expert HR can be the key to protecting and growing your business. Chamber members save up to 33% on strategic HR Inc.'s Virtual HR Solutions including unlimited HR assistance from HR Professionals via live phone call, email, or chat! Learn more >>

    Employee Assistance Program

    Employee Assistance Programs are no longer just for large corporations! Check out this non-medical benefit available to to help employees address personal problems that may adversely affect job performance, health, and well-being. Learn more >>

    Merchant Services

    Cutting edge payment technology and flexibility define the Pickerington Area Chamber's Merchant Services program offered through our partnership with Fairfield Federal. Learn more >> 

    Natural Gas Service

    Join the Pickerington Area Chamber's gas aggregate and leverage the power of membership to lower your natural gas prices. Learn more >>

    For more information about the Pickerington Area Chamber's savings programs, please Contact Us or call us at 614.837.1958.