The Rose Hill Chamber of Commerce is the committed champion of the Rose Hill and surrounding area businesses. Since 1982 we have brought business owners together and strived to support our community and its businesses. While we are a small Chamber, we hope to make a big impact on your business. In 2015 we partnered with Lee Media Group of Rose Hill to bring you a brand new website. With this new website we have been able to provide personalized profiles for our members. We hope as a member you take advantage of this profile and upload your business information.
Please contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions about your membership or are not receiving your monthly newsletter via email.
Chamber membership is open to any business. Chamber membership dues are $100.00 per year.
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You can also download complete the dues invoice if you would prefer not to complete the online form.
The Chamber hosts annual events such as the Fall Festival Car Show, the Fall Festival BBQ competition, Garage Sale Days and a Pancake Feed. The Chamber also provides a scholarship opportunity to a Rose Hill High School Entrepreneurial student each year.
Rose Hill, Kansas is located just 14 miles south of Wichita and an easy 10-minute drive from the neighboring cities of Andover and Derby. The 4,000 residents in this growing suburb take great pride in their school district (Go Rockets!), supporting local businesses, and attending year ’round family events that strengthen the bonds of this close-knit community.
In 1869, J.H. Lowery bestowed the city with its name after relocating to Kansas from his home in Rose Hill, New York. By the time the train depot was established in 1892, many settlements had started to sprout up in this area and businesses were beginning to plant their roots. Early merchants included a meat store, barber shop, grocery store, doctor, school, bank, and the Friend Church. Today, the city has a flourishing educational system with state-of-the-art academic and athletic facilities, as well as a vibrant economy supporting longtime businesses like the Rose Hill Reporter, Louis Cafe, Rose Hill Bank and Midtown Service, to name a few.