About the AGLCC
To cultivate and promote the economic well-being of LGBT-owned and LGBT-friendly businesses in Central Texas through marketing, education, and community development.
The Chamber's primary services are the membership directory, community calendar, and our new quarterly magazine The Agenda. These resources help Austin's LGBT community know where to best spend their hard-earned dollars, keeping gay money within the gay-supportive community. Additionally, the AGLCC provides networking and educational opportunities for our members to strengthen our community and our businesses.
- 2001 marked the first Annual AGLCC Pride Parade, which was very successful with nearly 45,000 in attendance in 2008. In 2009, the AGLCC produced the city's first combined Pride Parade and Festival with over 50,000 combined participants and attendees before handing off the Pride events to a separate non-profit organization for 2010.
- In 2004, the AGLCC became one of the founding members of the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) with representation on the national council in 2008-2009
- In 2006, the AGLCC reached 200 members for the first time
- In 2009, the AGLCC reached 300 members for the first time
The AGLCC is a proud member of: