Our mission is to provide leadership, support and encouragement to the Service-disabled Veteran business community of Texas so that our members may prosper and grow.
- Assist and empower the Texas Service-disabled Veteran community by providing a leading voice on its behalf to advance the business and economic interests of our members.
- Serve as a trade organization for large corporations to connect with Service-disabled Veteran businesses certified as a Texas Historically Underutilized Business (HUB).
- Identify and bridge the gap between newly arrived and already established Service-disabled Veteran businesses by providing business know-how, technical resources and key connections.
- Actively promote multiple events, programs, seminars and activities for our members so that they may open new doors of business opportunity.
- Nurture, encourage and recognize the achievements, large and small, of local companies and individuals which positively impact our Service-disabled Veteran community.
The Texas Association of Service-disabled Veterans Chamber of Commerce of Texas is a newly organized Association created in 2013 in the wake of the Texas Legislation passing House Bill 194, signed in to law Jue 14, 2013. The Chamber is to be run by an Advisory Board of Directors elected during our inaugural meeting. Each director serves a two-year term, and officers are selected by the Board. The Chamber is funded by membership dues, event sponsorships and contributions from Corporate Partners listed on the home page. Membership is open to individuals, entrepreneurs, small and large businesses and corporations without regard to race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, age, religion, creed or sexual orientation.
The Chamber’s office is temporary located at 205 E. Avenue D, Killeen, TX 76541.
Interim Chairman: Dan Elder
We are not affiliated with the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts or the State of Texas.