Muleshoe is the home of the famous National Mule Memorial, Ol’ Pete, along with the largest mule shoe that stands 22 feet tall! The City of Muleshoe was established in 1913, sprawling with a diversity of agricultural business. The Muleshoe Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture was formed in 1951 to promote Muleshoe’s growth and economic development. Today, more than 5,000 people call Muleshoe home, there are over 250 thriving businesses, with the top three major employers being Muleshoe Independent School District, Muleshoe Area Hospital, and Bunge-Minsa Corporation.
The Chamber of Commerce office is housed in the Hugh Earl Young Visitors Center. We welcome people from all around the nation who stop to visit Ol’ Pete. Here you will find uniquely branded Muleshoe merchandise and all things Muleshoe!
Muleshoe’s Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture is focused on the objective of advancing the general welfare and prosperity of the entire Muleshoe area. It directs the energies of those who believe that a community worth living in, is a community worth improving. The Chamber plans for the future of the city through close partnerships with the City of Muleshoe and Muleshoe Economic Development Corporation.
To foster community growth, development, and business expansion through the promotion of economic, civic, social, and cultural programs.