About Greater Edgewood Area Chamber of Commerce
The Greater Edgewood Area Chamber (GEAC) is a growing and active business community in the East Mountains & Estancia Valley region. Located just east of Albuquerque on the Route 66 and I-40 passageway, GEAC is situated in the heart of the outlying suburbs and serves the communities of Edgewood, Moriarty, Tijeras, Cedar Crest, Sandia Park, McIntosh, and Estancia. Greater Edgewood Area Chamber supports business growth through referrals, frequent networking and promotional opportunities, advertising, and business-focused guest speakers and regional news articles. Our Social Media outreach is robust — unmatched within this region for bringing community members and businesses together. GEAC also provides monthly eNewsletters, conducts Surveys, and offers Business Development seminars to keep our members informed.
Business and Community Events
Simply put, our goal is to enhance the quality of life for residents, visitors, and businesses throughout the entire East Mountain and Estancia Valley region. We are pleased to bring to the East Mountains region annual events like Cowboy Days, Route 66 Run, Rally & Rock Expo, Bustin’ Clays, and Country Living Expo to create more interaction opportunities for local residents, businesses and service providers. GEAC serves regional entities through consulting and group participation. As a voice for local business at local meetings and with regional legislators, Greater Edgewood Area Chamber truly seeks to support business and region-wide prosperity.
Every month Greater Edgewood Area Chamber offers a networking opportunity. For July, come hear Attorney Josh Eden, of Eden Law Offices LLC, speak on ways to keep legal issues at a minimum. He shares valuable concepts and tips with a little humor and true understanding...read more
Great opportunity to meet face to face with local resident, be part of a long-time community event, and enjoy the fun! Route 66 Run, Rally & Rock has been held annually at Rich Ford Edgewood since 2001. The community looks forward the parade, activities, music, and...read more
The line-up of music artists is just too long to list -- but the variety will keep you entertained and hoppin'. Each year Wildlife West brings in the best of bluegrass, Western Swing, Irish, Singer/Songwriter and other acoustic genres. Our music festivals include...read more
The 3rd Annual Bustin' Clays combines the fun of a sporting clays shoot with a chance to enjoy the beauty of Founders Ranch in Edgewood -- and win prizes! Sporting Clays is like golf with a shotgun, participants travel the 14-station course each offering a different...read more
Come on out to enjoy a day of cool cars and award-winning brews, plus food and fun! It's all happening in Edgewood on July 4th (11a-4p) at the former Edgewood Elementary School (State Road 344 between Dinkle & Venus).read more
Route 66 Arts Alliance, once again, bring its annual "Field of Arts Festival" to the East Mountains. Enjoy live music, dancing, art, and authors. Food and drawings also happening. Location: Edgewood Soccer Complex (State Road 344, between Dinkle and Venus Roads) ...read more
Edgewood Cowboy Days (June 14-30, 2018) is a fun-filled two weeks of themed events, activities, and entertainment. It's highlighted by four main events with lots of other happenings in between -- live music events, melodrama, trail rides, brews tastings, authentic...read more
This is New Mexico's BEST Father's Day Car Show! This is modern-day horsepower and classics -- cars, trucks, hot roads, and special entries that you don't see at the other shows. Entertainment, prizes, and games. While you're here, enjoy another New Mexico classic --...read more
Cowboy Days Music & Brews Nite is an eclectic mix of music, food, beer, games, and more. We're rockin' the EM -- come celebrate the summer solstice or simply enjoy a family-friendly evening of fun. Live on the Flatbed Stage will be Rudy Boy Jaramillo (5:30pm - NM...read more
New Mexico Horse Rescue at Walkin N Circles Ranch (WNCR), located in Edgewood, is participating in the ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) national Help A Horse Day contest, competing for a chance to win some of the $110,000...read more
New Mexico has a rich Old West history … the Lincoln County War, the Colfax County War, the Santa Fe Ring, train robbers like Black Jack Ketchum, frontier lawyers like Albert Fountain and Albert Fall, famous cattle ranchers like John Chisum and Susan McSween, outlaws...read more
Planning for fun summer activities? Wildlife West Nature Park brings together a great atmosphere, delicious meal, and an evening of energetic entertainment. BBQ Dinner with all the fixins' fills your belly, and high-flyin' music by the Watermelon Mountain Jug Band...read more