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Welcome to the Sebastian River Area Chamber of Commerce

Welcome to the Sebastian River Area, one of Florida's authentic Treasure Coast communities on the Indian River Lagoon and home to America's first National Wildlife Refuge, Pelican Island. The Sebastian River Area is located on the central east coast of Florida and is situated in the northernmost part of Indian River County about 15 miles north of Vero Beach and 20 miles south of Melbourne. The area is well known for the rare antiquities that have washed upon its shores. Treasure hunters continue to search our beaches for gold, jewelry, and other artifacts lost in history. Sebastian Inlet State Park is the premier saltwater fishing spot on Florida's east coast; favored by anglers for catching snook, redfish, bluefish, and Spanish mackerel from its jetties. Surfing is also a popular recreation and several major competitions are held here every year. The Indian River Lagoon National Scenic Byway, a nationally designated byway runs through the Sebastian River Area. The Indian River Lagoon, which is North America's most biologically diverse estuary, the St. Sebastian River, Blue Cypress Lake, and the Stick Marsh are fishing hotspots and a boater's paradise. Sebastian hosts one of the most spectacular skydiving views in the world.


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The Sebastian River Area was recently featured on CBS 12's Road Trippin' Series. It included 5 segments on our area including: Where to Eat, Where to Stay, and 3 Activities & Attractions. You can watch the segments on Capt Hiram’s Resort, Sebastian Watercraft Rentals, Marsh Landing Restaurant, Skydive Sebastian and Mel Fisher’s Treasure Museum online. Check it out here!

 

How to Do Florida

Sebastian was recently featured on an episode of "how to Do Florida" that aired in June. how to Do florida is a broadcast show that entertains, teaches, and encourages Floridians to actively engage their state. The episode we are featured in is "how to Treasure Dive." Our area is well known for the rare antiquities that have washed upon its shores. The shipwreck from the 1715 Spanish Plate Fleet left many treasures along Sebastian's coast. Treasure hunters continue to search our waters for gold, jewelry, and other artifacts lost in history. Be sure to watch the online episode and learn more about our rich history and how you can get in on the thrill of treasure hunting!

 

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Pelican Porch Project

Sebastian Chamber final renditionThe “Pelican Porch” Renovations Project has been in development for many years and  is now a reality. The Chamber office has seen many changes in its years, but the best  is yet to come with renovations of its existing office on Main Street. As the “front  door to the community” the Chamber and Visitor’s Infor-mation Center have been  factors in promoting the growth of the area’s economy and supporting tourism and an  important resource for the area. The Pelican Porch Project cannot happen without  your support!

 

Great White Heron Plan: $25,000+
Health First, Health Plans

Sebastian Clambake Foundation

White Pelican Plan: $20,000 - $24,999

Great Egret Plan: $10,000 - $19,999

Custom Air Systems
National City Bank Foundation
Sebastian River Medical Center

 

Roseate Spoonbill Plan: $5,000 - $9,999

Bay Street Pharmacy
Beth L. Mitchell
Cemco Construction
Collier Club, LLC
Kim Ellis Insurance Services
Napier & Rollin, PLLC
Tiki Bar & Grill
VanDeVoorde Hall Law, PL

Sandhill Crane Plan: $2,500 - $4,999

Robert Daberkow
Sandi & Gary Gehrke

 

Brown Pelican Plan: $1,000 - $2,400
Casual Crusin' - Capt. Christy Lenz
Cynthia Hall, Esq.
Dan & Margie Duffell
Harbor Federal
Home Instead Senior Care
Lois Kennedy
PNC Financial Services
Sandpiper Pest Control
Seacoast National Bank
Sebastian Lion's Club

With over 120 chamber members contributing $100 per year!

 

To find out how you can become a partner, click here!

300th Anniversary of the 1715 Spanish Fleet

Join the 1715 Fleet Society as they commemorate the 300th Anniversary of the sinking of the 1715 Spanish Fleet. 

You're invited! Learn more here.


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22nd Annual Media Auction

Annual Media Auction to be held at Sebastian's Working Waterfront

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Mark your calendars; save the date! The Sebastian River Area Chamber of Commerce to host 22nd Annual Media Auction at Crab E Bills Seafood Market & Eatery at Fisherman’s Landing.


Scheduled to take place Friday, September 25th from 6-9pm, the event will provide advertising opportunities to our businesses who want to increase their exposure in the marketplace through a variety of media and promotional venues donated by professional marketing and advertising experts. Event proceeds are dedicated to help underwrite the Chamber’s efforts of further promoting tourism and economic development.

The Sebastian River Area Chamber of Commerce encourages you to schedule time to join us for this Annual event to take advantage of the fantastic advertising deals that will be up for bid! It’s a great opportunity to network with fellow members and business associates. Stay tuned for more details as the event date nears!

If you’re interested in donating or would like more information, please visit www.SebastianChamber.com to download the Donor Form or call 772-589-5969. Admission to the event is $10 for Sebastian River Area Chamber Members, $20 for general public. 

Restaurant Week

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Restaurant Week Indian River County is scheduled for Monday, October 5th through Saturday, October 10th, 2015. This year Fellsmere and Sebastian will join Vero Beach in the event, which now will cover all of Indian River County!

Download more information here.

 

 

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700 Main Street
Sebastian, FL 32958

P: 772.589.5969
F: 772.589.5993

Sebastian River Area Chamber of Commerce

Since 1958, the Sebastian River Area Chamber of Commerce has worked to promote business development, encourage growth of tourism & enhance the quality of life in the Sebastian River Area, located in Indian River and Brevard Counties, Florida. We represent over 450 businesses and serve various communities such as Wabasso, Fellsmere, Grant, Micco, Little Hollywood, Sebastian and surrounding areas such as Vero Beach and Melbourne, Florida.




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