The Pearl District Business Association connects hundreds of local businesses with consumers and other businesses in the Northwest and around the world. Your membership provides valuable marketing, discounted business services, community partnerships, representation with government and travel associations, direct mail and published media, education, web and social media, grant funding, and networking with businesses throughout the Pearl District.

Overview of Member Benefits

Click here for a PDF download of our current Member Benefits Overview presentation.

“As a new resident and business manager in the Pearl, I’ve been quite impressed with the quality of the PDBA membership. We have used their online tools to feature our events, which helped attract our neighbors to a sold-out launch party we hosted in September for ZOOM+Performance, a primary care studio that helps people achieve their human potential. We’re incredibly proud to be members of the PDBA and support our neighbors.”
 – Mike Brenner, Zoom+Performance

Join PDBA? Of course! PDBA has been a great resource. PDBA offers free listings on Explore the Pearl website, various levels of participation in Pearl events and a Pearl Magazine with advertising available. All have been successful for FlairWalk. Certainly our selection as “Emerging Retailer of the Year – 2015” was in part due to benefits deriving from our PDBA membership. Thanks PDBA!
– Sara Weinstein, Owner, FlairWalk

Apply for Membership and Pay Online via Credit Card

To become a member of the Pearl District Business Association, please click here and fill out the form to pay by credit card or PayPal.

Apply for Membership via mail and check

To become a member of the Pearl District Business Association, please complete and submit the printable application via e-mail or mail with payment to

Carolyn Ciolkosz, Executive Director
Pearl District Business Association
P.O. Box 6767
Portland OR 97228

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