This Craft and Restoration tour is one of two app tours of Timberline Lodge. It tells stories behind the lodge’s hand-crafted wood, iron, stone and textiles. Images showcase many of the lodge’s intriguing spaces, from the vivid glass murals of the Blue Ox Bar to the new winter entrance that glows like a translucent snow drift. The enormous scale of the lodge and its handcrafted elements combine to create a space both epic and cozy; work to restore and enhance the lodge has been ongoing since the 1970s. Today Timberline Lodge is both an historic treasure and an elegant inn with fine dining that uses local Northwest ingredients.
Come inside and enjoy Timberline Lodge! It’s been serving its owners, the people of the United States for 75 years. Afterwards, take the Art and Architecture Tour and learn more about this American treasure.
We are: A new model of a chamber of commerce supporting only Locally Owned Businesses and Green Businesses.
We are: Committed to driving sales to Locally Owned Businesses to help create more Local Jobs.
We are asking all Locally Owned businesses to UNITE, and help us with the Buy Local campaign.
Are you Locally Owned?
The Indiana County Chamber of Commerce is led by President James B. Struzzi II and Board of Directors Chairman Robert Kane. Through a committed Executive Board and Board of Directors, the Chamber strives to make Indiana County an ideal setting for businesses to grow and prosper. The Chamber serves to promote our local economy and works to create new opportunities for our members, businesses and people of Indiana County. The Indiana County Chamber is strongly committed to attracting more business and customers to our community through continued partnerships with the Indiana County Commissioners, the Indiana County Development Corporation and the Indiana County Center for Economic Operations.
Indiana County has much to offer businesses and their employees. The Indiana County Chamber of Commerce will work with you to relocate or establish your business here. Indiana County has some of best assets the region has to offer: thriving economic opportunities in the Marcellus Shale and oil, gas and energy industries, agriculture, several pad-ready industrial parks and Keystone Opportunity Zones, exceptional educational and academic institutions like WyoTech, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Cambria-Rowe Business College and others; headquarters for large employers like S&T Bank, First Commonwealth Bank, Diamond Drugs, Indiana Regional Medical Center, Specialty Tires plus many, many smaller and unique business that keep the window fronts in our communities and shining, alive and prosperous.
From a family perspective, Indiana County features great schools, superb youth athletic programs, wonderful parks and outdoor opportunities, an extensive network of walking and biking trails and small town communities that thrive. The people of Indiana County smile when they meet you on the street. Indiana County is known as the “Christmas Tree Capital of the World” and the birthplace of actor Jimmy Stewart. We are also home to many Amish residents and community of Smicksburg, famous for its crafts, bakeries and cultural activities. If you are considering Indiana County for your business, contact us today. We will do whatever takes to help you be successful and become a part of the wonderful Indiana County community
As a Chamber member, you will have the opportunity to network with business leaders in the community, increase exposure for your company, political representation through the East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance and instant credibility.
It all started when Elissa Breitbard, owner of Betty's Bath and Day Spa, saw an article about the Boulder Independent Business Alliance and thought, "We really need to promote Albuquerque area businesses in the same way.!"
KeepItQuerque started taking shape quickly after that, moving from notes on cocktail napkins to our public kickoff meeting and first membership directory in 2004. We continuing to grow, spreading the word why Buy Local is a good idea for everyone; speaking up on issues; marketing on behalf of our members; informing the consumer of the value of Buy Local and much more.
KeepItQuerque is totally a volunteer non-profit organization helping promote Buy Local, Grow Local, Thrive Local for the Albuquerque area
People are a little kinder here. Neighbors are happy to lend each other a hand, and strangers say hello.
Families are a little stronger here, too. It’s all thanks to a community spirit that brings our cities together for many unique celebrations like First Night and Cats Incredible and events like Art Fest and the Potato Bowl. It’s a better place, thanks to the people. We invite you to experience it for yourself.
Welcome to picture-perfect neighborhoods, where turn-of-the-century Victorian homes meet modern architecture. Clean streets lie under broad canopies of shade trees. Children still open lemonade stands and adults actually still stop to buy a glass. We cherish our safe communities. We believe that, in a place where neighborhoods are still neighborly, the American dream really can come true.
Our communities offer an environment with the great amenities offered in larger urban areas and the safety and convenience of a small community. The Grand Cities area is impressively cosmopolitan, boasting a regional population of over 97,000.
Grand Forks and East Grand Forks are largely residential. Most of the people who work here also live here, and the predominant form of housing is single-family homes.
Some of the features that make the cities a great place to live are diverse educational opportunities, safety and low crime rate, parks and theaters, and a cost of living considerably lower than that found in large cities.
Greater Grand Forks offers excellent educational opportunities. Grand Forks is home to the University of North Dakota (UND), renowned as being among the nation’s best medium-sized doctoral-research universities. UND is one of only 40 universities in the nation to have both a medical school and a law school. East Grand Forks is home to one of two campuses of Northland Community and Technical College, offering certificates, diplomas, degrees, general-education transfer courses, and workforce training and continuing-education programs.
The Grand Forks/East Grand Forks area has a strong and varied faith community. Nearly 50 faith structures adorn our cities, representing more than 16 religions and denominations.
No matter what you're looking for, you've come to the right place. Here you’ll find diverse cultural, entertainment, educational, recreational and employment opportunities. You'll also find people you’ll be proud to call “friends.”
Join the Chamber:
Relevance, Advocacy and Value
These are the overarching principles of The Chamber - Grand Forks ND /East Grand Forks MN and the region.
As a Chamber we will:
Be an advocate for the free enterprise system.
Work in partnership with other organizations whenever possible to accomplish its mission and goals.
Serve as a catalyst to ensure the GF/EGF region remains future focused.
Be the Voice of Business in the GF/EGF region.
Work toward a "one community" approach with Grand Forks and East Grand Forks.
Mission Statement: The San Tan Valley Chamber of Commerce is organized for the purpose of advancing the commercial, industrial and civic interests of the northeastern area of Pinal County, Arizona by promoting the Chamber and our member businesses and by providing the tools and resources needed for economic growth and sustainability.
The Oroville Area Chamber of Commerce is the oldest and largest business organization in Oroville and has continuously served the community for over 100 years. In many ways, the chamber is the hub of the area, connecting the elements -- business, governmental and social that make up our community. The chamber fields queries, providing answers and resources to every facet of the population.
The Oroville Chamber is a source of information for visitors and residents alike. Each year the chamber answers approximately 8,000 inquiries from those interested in either visiting or moving to the area. We travel to recreation shows, sharing information about Oroville's plentiful recreational opportunities. On the internet, where we promote local businesses, events and recreational opportunities, the chamber's website receives hundreds of thousands of visitors annually.
Our core competencies reflect our passion:
• promoting the community
• creating a strong local economy
• providing networking opportunities
• representing business to government
Who are Chamber members?
Members of the Oroville Area Chamber of Commerce represent virtually every sector of the business community. Each member pays annual dues to support and maintain the Chamber’s program of work. In return, Chamber members receive several exclusive benefits.
To advance the economic and community vitality of the many hamlets, villages and towns in the greater Margaretville area and promote and foster events, programs and initiatives that will support the Central Catskills Chamber of Commerce members. Collaboration and innovation will inspire community enhancement and quality of life opportunities for all who live, work and visit our communities.
The CCC of C is organized to advance the general welfare and prosperity of the Central Catskills Area so that its citizens and all of its business community shall prosper. All necessary means of promotion shall be provided and particular attention and emphasis shall be given to the economic, civic, commercial, cultural, industrial and educational interests of the area.
Our expansion strategy will improve communication, seek collaborative ways to promote community assets, advocate for business development and employment opportunities. Together we will encourage the use of smart growth planning to insure that our communities will survive and prosper for generations to come. We have created this new website to promote business, improve communication, maintain a comprehensive calendar of events, offer new e-commerce options and make it easy for the savvy consumer to know who we are, where we are and how to enjoy what we have to offer.
Calendar of Events: The fastest way to get information about important happenings out to the internet community. Members will have password access to self-add events.
Membership Referrals: The Chamber staff answers inquiries about businesses and services, and the many requests from tourists each season. The Chamber exclusively refers members.
Website: The Chamber’s new website has extensive information about area businesses, tourism information, government facts, and community organizations. Chamber members are provided options for affordable website development, hosting and management as a member benefit.
• Banner Advertising for Members Only
• Business Member Sponsorship of Website
Advertising and Promotion: Each year, the Chamber invests in regional advertising and marketing publications with distribution of 200,000 both within and outside our region to attract visitors to our communities. The Guide, The Kingston Freeman Discover insert, Delaware County Guide, Delaware County I Love NY Tourism Magazine, County Shoppers, Local Press, numerous occasional regional ads and calendars.
• The Delaware County Chamber of Commerce (Details and discount information available by calling CCCC office at 845-586-3300 or the County Chamber at 607-746-2281.
• Business to Business Mixers
• Annual Dinner and Awards Meeting
Sponsored Annual Events:
• Margaretville Street Fair – The weekend before Labor Day Weekend
• Cauliflower Festival – The last weekend in September
• Arkville Winter Festival and Fireworks - 1st Saturday in January
• Expanding cycling options in the Catskills
• Marketing our region in expanded opportunities
Catskill Park, Recreation, East Branch Delaware River, Esopus Stream, Catskill Forest Festival, Cauliflower Festival, Skiing at Belleayre Mountain,
Energetic business people are building thriving businesses while our residents enjoy our beautiful golf courses, city parks and neighborhoods that dot the desert landscape. We look forward to continued growth and prosperity.
Mesquite Chamber of Commerce Mission Statement:
To sustain, encourage, benefit and increase business within Mesquite and surrounding communities.
To positively influence all entities that impacts the community for the benefit of Mesquite business.
To establish open communication and disseminate information in a timely and ongoing manner.
To promote greater awareness through forums that empower and enlighten Mesquite businesses.
To support ALL businesses.
Credibility - of being part of an established and influential business organization.
Networking - through membership luncheons and mixers.
Referrals - from Chamber contacts and through the Chamber web site.
Business Advocacy - through the Chamber's interface with local government.
Learning Opportunities - through luncheon speakers and Chamber seminars.
Community Involvement - through Chamber sponsored community events.
Advertising - through the...
Chamber Web Site
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