Our website gets approximately 400,000 unique visitors per year.
We believe our site to be the most visited recreation-oriented Website in the Delta region.
Some members linked to us claim they get 80% of their traffic referred to them from this site.
Get your business out there!
Boost Your Attendance!
You can submit an event and it will be placed in our calendar where our visitor can look at. It will also be featured on homepage in local slider when the date is approaching.
Before you can create an event, you must join to become a member.
Get Targeted Views!
You can buy an advertising spot that will be displayed on sidebar or on frontpage.
Before you can create an advertising spot, you must join to become a member.
World Class Website
Each member receives a listing on the website (Business Name/Phone/Email/Website Link). We list the members in the most appropriate spot in the website. Some may get listed on more than one page
New Member Spotlight
Once you become a new member, we will feature you with a FREE advertisement right in the middle of our homepage!
Delta Scuttlebutt Monthly E-Newsletter
Goes out to 7,500 subscribers with plenty of Delta news and fun things to do, extra advertising is available.
- The Delta Chambers purchases a booth at several local boat shows per year (e.g. NCMA, Pleasanton, Sacramento). Member brochures are placed in the booth and distributed to attendees of the show. Volunteers staff the booth and provide information about the Delta and Chamber members.
- Member brochures are currently being placed at the Discover the Delta Foundation and are available free to visitors.
- Delta Chamber Member events are published in the Bay & Delta Yachtsman each month.
- The Taste of the Delta event is held at locations around the Delta. Attendance is typically 500-600.
- The Delta Wine & Art Festival is held at the Old Sugar Mill in Clarksburg. Attendance is typically 300-500.
We have a great Facebook page with plenty of fun Delta information as well as information on legal and government matters affecting our members or the Delta.
Phone & E-Mail Answering
We answer the phone 7 days a week and whenever possible do not let it go to voice mail. We answer emails on a timely basis. Both are critical as we get many calls from media, like magazines and newspapers.
Delta Travel Guide
We produce our travel guide about every two years, we distribute about 20,000 per year through various channels. All members are listed and you can purchase extra advertising. This is the definitive handbook of the Delta.
With most local chambers and visitors bureaus and provide them with advice and information.
The boat shows are not what they once were but we have participated in the International Sportsman's Expo for the last several years and many local events, recently we had a booth at the Vessels and Vines show in Sacramento, the Wine and Art Faire at the Old Sugar Mill in Clarksburg, and the Rio Vista Bass festival. We have participated in the Stockton Asparagus Festival and are always looking for other opportunities.
Guest Speaker Program
Our Executive Director is a guest speaker at outside events at least once or twice a month speaking about water issues or fun in the Delta. Travel guides and other literature is distributed at these events.
Many of us have testified before legislative committees, local government bureaus, and other groups defending the Delta and our members.
Defending the Delta
We are active in the fight to stop the twin tunnels or other schemes to damage the Delta by the water cartels. Generally this includes attending a several hour meeting once a month with water officials. We sit on the public board of the Bay Delta Conservation Plan and many of us write op ed and letters to the editors of area publications defending the Delta and promoting the fun here.