Vacation 'til you Stay!

We’ve got golf, hiking, boating and much much more.

Our community is packed with everything that makes

a vacationer want to stay.

Member Benefits


The Bullhead Area Chamber of Commerce is seeking an Executive Director to lead our 600+ member organization. The successful candidate will have extensive experience in the areas of tourism promotion, leadership of member-based organizations, budgeting and financial management, event planning and execution, public speaking, and management of staff.

Board Members Wanted

Thank you for your interest in serving on the Board of Directors for The Bullhead Area Chamber of Commerce. This form will be reviewed by the Chamber’s Nominating Committee to develop slate of candidates to fill vacancies for Board of Director positions during both the Annual Elections, as well as when vacancies occur throughout the year.

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Participating restaurants

  • CoVeu | Burger, Fries, and a beer for $12.99
  • Drifiting Bistro | Champagne Chicken Alfredo lunch 7 days a week Only $10
  • El Palacio/Casa Serrano| 2 Pork Serrano Picante Burritos Dinners $18 (Only BHC & Ft. Mohave)
  • Laughlin Ranch | $2 Off our delicious Italian Sub Sandwich or $3 off Thai Chili Salmon
  • Mohave Shrine Club | $1 Beef Taco Mondays Only after 4pm
  • Papa John's | Free desert with any Large Pizza on the menu. Pick up only
  • Perkins | Chicken Bacon Brocclie Pasta
  • Pixie Dust Treats | Pick any desserts totaling $15, then take off $2
  • Rickety Cricket | Date Night~ 2 House Salads, 1 Pizza w/ 2 toppings, 2 16oz beers $35
  • The River Dog Grill | Turkey Casar Sandwich 15% off, only $9.42

A New Twist to Taste of Bullhead Benefits Area Restaurants

Restaurants who have participated in the Bullhead Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Taste of Bullhead in the past are now the intended beneficiaries of new customers and revenue this year. The Taste of Bullhead will still be considered a signature promotion, designed by the Ambassadors. The vital group of business leaders who act as the Chamber’s “right hand” work in concert with the staff and member business on many activities. The group knew that a completely different approach was necessary this year. Instead of asking the restaurants to pony up costs involved in setting up booths, offering free food and paying staff for the popular one-night showcase of culinary delights, nothing should be asked of them.


Instead, they designed it with the culmination of a $1,000 prize for a resident that frequents the establishments, gets enough punches on a card and becomes eligible for the noon drawing on March 3, 2021 at the monthly Ambassadors’ meeting at the Chamber. The restaurants only need to welcome the increased foot traffic and take out orders, confirm the customer has purchased a meal and stamp their card. The promotion runs from February 1 to February 28. The revenue in this scenerio is intended to shift to the restaurants.

The promotion typically serves as a major fundraiser for the Chamber, generated by ticket sales to a big tasting event and from sponsors. But, as things have changed, leaders of the Ambassadors knew that it was time to give back to those participaing restaurants in the past 2-3 years. Event Chairperson Larry Tunforss and Chamber Executive Board Member, both Ambassadors, have spent the last few weeks finalizing the rules of the activity and confirming the restaurants that will be involved. The opportunities for additional drawings and prizes are being pursued.

The restaurants will be able to provide particpants with the cards. Those restaurants, the Ambassadors and Chamber staff are working together to make sure that completed cards are put in the drawing drum, which will be located at the Chamber. Complete rules and the essential event sponsors, who are helping offset costs, are featured here.  More information about the restaurants will be added when available.

For more information, please email

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What is the Bullhead Area?

Bullhead City is a family-oriented, vibrant community for its residents and businesses seeking careful growth, environmental awareness, an affordable place to live and a high quality of life. In addition to these qualities of life, there are approximately two-million visitors per year that frequent Bullhead and its sister city the popular gaming community of Laughlin, Nevada.

Bullhead City   Fort Mohave & Mohave Valley


Businesses should allow for and encourage telework where feasible.  Return to work in phases where possible. Operate with reduced occupancy and capacity based on the size of the business location with special attention to limiting areas where customers and employees can congregate. Follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance, under all circumstances. Consider posting signs on how to stop the spread of COVID-19, properly wash hands, promote everyday protective measures, and properly wear a face covering.




Employee Screening Guidance

Businesses should: monitor for sickness.


Social Distancing Guidance

Maintain six feet of separation between employees and customers.

Limit parties to 10 or fewer when feasible.


PPE Requirements

Businesses should provide necessary protective equipment.

Consider offering cloth face coverings to employees and visitors to wear.


Cleaning/Sanitation Procedures

Businesses should:
– Promote healthy hygiene practices.
– Opportunities for frequent hand washing.
– Conduct intensified cleaning, disinfection, and ventilation practices.


Vulnerable Population Accommodations

Consider assigning duties to vulnerable workers that minimize their contact with customers and other employees.

The mission statement of the Bullhead Area Chamber of Commerce is; To Promote Member Businesses and Enhance Local Success.

Bullhead Area Chamber of Commerce

The Bullhead Area Chamber of Commerce has played a major role in this area since 1947.  Community and business leaders saw the importance of having an organization that could promote and represent the region many years ago.  Originally known as the Bullhead City-Davis Dam-Mohave Valley Chamber, the Bullhead Area Chamber of Commerce is celebrating its 70th Anniversary.


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  • Address: 1251 Highway 95
  • Bullhead City, AZ 86429
  • Phone: 928-754-4121
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