The Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitor’s Center is a membership-based organization dedicated to strengthening the quality of life and business climate for the area we so proudly serve and live in.

The city of Lamesa is located in West Texas approximately 58 miles south of Lubbock on U.S. 87 and 53 miles north of Midland on State Highway 349.  Our population is 9,952 and we offer the best in small town living.

Lamesa is also characterized by its friendly and hospitable people.  No matter who moves in or who comes to visit, they are stirred by the warmth and energy of the people they meet.  And the Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce is where all the hospitality begins.  So come visit us when you are in the Lamesa Area, or better yet, move on in!

Learn more about the Chamber!

Robin Wiley, Chairman
Wiley’s Food Store


Ashley Clement, Chair – Elect
State National Bank


Deedra Cope, Vice-Chair
Cope Sand & Gravel


Larry Duyck – Vice Chairman
Lamesa Fire Dept.


Jeanie Coor, Treasurer
Jeanie Coor State Farm


Lee Casa, Past-Chair
Edward Jones


Sandra Adams – President
Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce


Mark Ray – Director
Spike Dykes Ford


Scott Leonard – Director
Newberry, Leonard, Horton & Bairinngton


Michelle Pedroza – Director
Grub Hub


Dave Nix – Director
Bethel Nix Realty


Eva Anzaldua – Director
Jae Fitness


Don Sitton – Director
KPET Radio


Vicki Winford – Director
Britt Trucking


Shelley Barron – Director
First United Methodist Church


Shanna Smith – Director
Lamesa National Bank


Jerry Barnes – Director
Spike Dykes Ford

2017 Ashley Clement
2016 Robin Wiley
2015 Lee Casas
2014 Patti Nix
2013 Kim Bairrington
2012 Mark Hughes
2011 Bryan Nowlin

 2010  Allean Jasmin  2005  Dwaine Brown
 2009  Monty Kinnard  2004  Ricky Mitchell
 2008  Don Bethel  2003  John Farris
 2007  Dennis Page  2002  Russ Pinkerton
 2006  Keith Bryant  2001  Peggy Hughes


 2000  Kelvin Barkowsky  1995  James Telchik
 1999  Carter Schildnecht  1994  E.C. Goodman
 1998  Tommy Branon  1993  Vicki Winford
 1997  Russel Skiles  1992  Shirley Stephens
 1996  Scott Leonard  1991  Terry Blair


 1990  Bob Henderson  1985  Don Bryant
 1989  Dave Nix  1984  Charles Baldwin
 1988  Dale Newberry  1983  Jack Mars
 1987  Wayne Smith  1982  Doyle McAda
 1986  John Hegi  1981  Roy Byrd


 1980  Dewayne Lee  1975  Elwood Freeman
 1979  Richard Gentry  1974  Fred Barrington
 1978  Charles Bratcher  1973  Bob Capps
 1977  Jerry Harris  1972  Dallas Woods
 1976  Perry Roberts  1971  Bob Brown


 1970  Jim Norris  1965  Bill Beeson
 1969  J.D. Dyer Jr.  1964  Ray Evans
 1968  Phillip White  1963  Robert B. Snell
 1967  Marshal Middleton  1962  J.D. Harris
 1966  Leroy Olsak  1961  Ray Renner


 1960  Don Nutt  1955  B.J. (Jodie Vaughn
 1959  Jake Lippard  1954  E.D Dyer
 1958  Richard Crawley  1953  R.A. (Skeet) Noret
 1957  Walter Bucket  1952  Henry Norris
 1956  Clyde Branon  1951  Roy E. Story


 1950  Ernest Moody  1945  J.R. Leuen Berger
 1949  Connally Baldwin  1944  O.O. Morris
 1948  A.B. Carpenter  1943  R. Stansell Clement
 1947  C.A. Eiland  1942  Wright Boyd
 1946  Marshall Crawford  1941  Homer F. St Clair


 1940  Sam Richardson  1935  C. Baldin
 1939  Matt McCall  1934  George Norman
 1938  Matt McCall  1933  Luis E. Reed
 1937  M.C. Lindsey  1932  J.W. Bryant
 1936  J.E. Brown  1931  F.T. McCollin


 1930  W.K. Crawley  1924  J.R. Lourie
 1929  W.D. Arnett  1923  –
 1928  S.L. Forrest  1922  H.T. Bridges
 1927  Carl Rountree  1921  J.R. Lourie
 1926  Carl Rountree  1920  Juno Vaughan
 1925  Sim O’Neil  1919  H.E. Williams

Chamber of Commerce 2016 Annual Banquet-In January we will gather at the Forrest Park Community Center to celebrate the successes of the 2015 year. Awards are given and accomplishments are celebrated.  This is an evening of great food and entertainment.

Chicken Fried Steak Festival-Lamesa is home of the CHICKEN FRIED STEAK and we are proud to show it! Every April, during the last weekend of the month we host a big festival that includes, a chicken fried steak cook-off, arts and crafts booths, food boths, team roping, cow patty bingo, live entertainment and that is only name a few of the events! Make it a point to come out and celebrate with us each April!

Independence Day Celebration—This event is held in our beautiful, spacious Forrest Park area for local and out of town vendors to set up their booths of delicious food or beautiful crafts. Miss Firecracker Pageant, pony and train rides, as well as jump castles are usually available for the children to enjoy. Both the old and young come to enjoy the familiar songs being performed or played.  Your assistance with this event will ensure that we all have a safe and wonderful Fourth of July.

Teachers Packets
Every year we welcome all area teachers back to the new school year with a goodie bag filled with items provided by our chamber members

Trunk or Treat —Lamesa’s Trunk or Treat is a community-wide event enjoyed by the whole family that provides a safe and fun place for children to come dressed in their costumes to receive some treats and possibly a few tricks!!   There is a costume contest for all ages, pumpkin decorating contest and even best trunk decorations are awarded to individuals at the event.  Food vendors will be set up. Be looking for a few new additions to this event this year.

The Chamber decorates the City and the Square for the holidays and invites shoppers to our downtown retailers.

O.W. Follis Basketball Tournament—Hey sports fans—The Chamber hosts a first class varsity boy’s basketball tournament in December.  This 3 day event attracts numerous teams from across the area that bring with them parents, grandparents and siblings that eat, shop and stay in Lamesa.

Girls Basketball Tournament—The Chamber also hosts a Middle School girl’s basketball tournament that is top notch.  This is a very organized, well respected tournament.  Again many teams from all over this area come with hopes of taking home the 1st place award.

 Christmas on the Square — 

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