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Attended by over 30,000 residents and visitors many require hotel rooms, restaurants, and services referrals.

Vero Beach Quarterly Day Cruise

Saturday, May 12, 2018

The bus will board at 8:30 a.m. The cost of $20 includes round trip bus, $10 in casino credit and a complimentary luncheon buffet. Ocean breezes, music, gaming, sun, fun, networking and relaxation are yours for the day. We will be back in Vero by 6:00p.m.

RSVP to Toni Kuster at, 772.266.5459 
Please provide Coast Guard required manifest information of: 
Full name, d.o.b., address and phone number or email address of each person in your party

Cocktails & Commerce

Each month, a Chamber member hosts a fun and friendly networking event for our members and their guests.

lunch & learn

Tuesday, May 8th 2018 at the Vero Beach Chamber of Commerce, 1957 14th Avenue, Vero Beach, FL 32960
12:00 Noon to 1:00pm

Vocational Education and How it Affects

The Business Community of Vero Beach

by Michael Arnett and Christi Shields with the Indian River County School System

Baci Trattoria Inc., 1918 14th Avenue in Vero Beach, FL is providing a Delicious Boxed Lunch.  Choose between a Meatball Sub or a Tuna Salad Club served with chips & a drink.

Cost: Chamber Members $ 12.00, Non-VBCC Members $15.00
Please RSVP by Monday, May 7th at noon to Toni Kuster at: or 772-226-5459

Vero Beach Pirate Festival

Marking the anniversary of the sinking of the Spanish Fleet off the coast of Vero Beach on July 31, 1715, this family-friendly event draws thousands of visitors and residents to Riverside Park in Vero Beach.  Enjoy swashbuckling entertainment, live music, food and drink, a childrens' play area, and more!  The 2018 Festival date to be announced.



Enjoy this video of our inaugural event:



Cocktails & Commerce
Date TBA

Free Networking Event
Tuesday, May 15, 2018
8:15 to 9:15 AM
Florida Community Bank

Vero Beach Pirate Festival
Date TBA at Riverside Park


Christmas Boat Parade
December 15, 2018

Christmas Boat Parade

Co-sponsored with the City of  Vero Beach, and  Marine Industries Association of  the Treasure Coast, the parade has become a tradition on the Indian River.