NTC is now a proud member of three business organizations which have been established for over 100 years each.
NTC's team is now at over 600 team members in three states; Florida, Texas and Pennsylvania. Part of our corporate social responsibility effort is to become supporters and active members of the communities where we are located. Now with nearly 200 team members in Dallas, TX, and well over 400 in Palm Harbor, FL it is the right time to start becoming active participants in the regional areas where we live and work.
Each of these organizations has a rich history and we are very excited to participate and support them.
Read on to learn more:
The Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce began as the Tampa Board of Trade in 1885 and was reorganized in 1928 to become the Tampa Chamber of Commerce.
We were formed to advance the general business conditions of this area, backed by the support of a growing agricultural and industrial industry base that would branch out to become one of the most diverse economies in the nation.
Through our strong volunteer leadership and unique partnership with the cities, county and our own members, the Chamber has had an enormous impact on the Tampa business community for more than 130 years.
Today, we are an accredited organization recognized by business, government, education and community leaders. The Chamber is here to carry the banner for the business community, a responsibility we take seriously. We have a renewed commitment to advocacy - to be a business minded voice on public policy issues essential to your success, a healthy economy and an improved quality of life for all. We support the community’s small businesses by offering a wide-array of educational programs designed to foster growth among this key piece of our regional economy. But the true power of any group lies in the success of its individual members. That’s why the Chamber sponsors programs and events to help members expand their circle of contacts and provides valuable information and services to give them a competitive edge.
The DRC was formed in 1909 when three other Dallas business groups — the Commercial Club, the 150,000 Club, and the Freight Bureau — merged with the Board of Trade.
The Dallas Regional Chamber is the area’s leading membership-driven business organization. We are committed to focusing on leading economic development and growth, driving improvements in public education, and influencing public policy to meet the business community’s workforce needs and raise the region’s profile—across the United States and around the world. The DRC works to ensure that the Dallas region will become the most economically prosperous region—and the most desirable place to live, work and do business—in the United States. The DRC is a not-for-profit organization comprised of businesses, which represent all facets of the North Texas business community.
Founded in 1917, the Texas Mortgage Bankers Association (TMBA) has provided leadership, legislative advocacy, and education to the real estate finance industry. We promote fair and ethical lending practices among real estate finance professionals through a wide range of programs. As the oldest and largest statewide MBA, our mission is to advance Texas mortgage banking and serve the mutual interests of our members who support Texas' annual $100-plus billion mortgage market.
TMBA is a voluntary trade association comprised of more than 700 corporate and individual members engaged in various facets of mortgage lending activities in Texas.