Ninty -Five Pages makes this the largest Route 66 website in the world! We provide our visitors with information to help them plan an adventure on the Historic Mother Road of America. Route 66 is now 86 years old, and most of it between Chicago and California is still in good drivable condition, with many of the old attractions, dining and lodging facilities having been restored or preserved. It's the "Real" America! Also known worldwide as "America's Longest Attraction", a Roadtrip on Route 66 is an unforgettable adventure for the whole family, so why not visit all or a part of Route 66 this year! Become a Friend and Member of our Chamber and help us Preserve, Protect, Promote and Make Route 66 History! Thanks!
In addition to promoting Travel and Commerce along Historic Route 66, we post links to Route 66 Events, Activities and Special Interest Happenings. Please check the links below and VISIT 66 !
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" In 1927, Cyrus Avery formed the U.S. Highway 66 Association to promote travel on this "new" highway. In 1970, that organization became the "Main Street of America Association" which later closed it's doors in 1976. Thirty two years later, the Route 66 Chamber of Commerce was formed to provide continuing international and domestic promotion of America's most famous highway, and you can be a part of this Historic effort. Please join our Chamber and make history with us."
Chamber Founder and Director Ron Hart gives talks to civic organizations, business clubs, schools, etc. through-out the U.S. about America's most famous highway, Route 66.
Chamber Projects have been underway for over five years and are funded entirely by our members.
Route 66 Chamber Projects include the promotion of better directional signage, making communities more RV-Friendly, encouraging more Route 66 Welcome Centers, developing ways to attract heritage tourism to the Route, linking all Cities, Chambers, CVB's and State 66 Associations to share
The Route 66 Chamber of Commerce is always promoting the Mother Road
statistical data on travelers, working with overseas Chambers and Associations to encourage group visits, communicate with state governors and federal officials to encourage restoration and preservation efforts, and most importantly, helping our members attract more visitor traffic and increasing overall commerce along Route 66.