The Greater Sumter Chamber of Commerce App is the informational resource and referral service for everyone from a visitor to a long-time resident to a recent newcomer to the area. Our Chamber is 4-Star Accredited through the US Chamber and has over a 1,000 members. Our Chamber works to make Sumter a better place to live, work, learn and play. We look forward to working with you as you learn more about our community and our Chamber. Our main areas of focus are governmental affairs, education, small business and economic development.
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Florence SC, Hartsville SC, Darlington SC, Sumter SC, Columbia SC, Myrtle Beach SC
Attractions and activities include:
Bandelier National Monument, Jemez Mountain Scenic Byway, Valles Caldera National Preserve, Bradbury Science Museum, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos Historic Museum, Manhattan Project National Historic District, Bathtub Row, Pajarito Ski Area, Jemez Mountains National Recreation Area, Santa Fe National Forest, Larry Walkup High Altitude Aquatic Center, Los Alamos Creative District, Historic Wlking Tour, hiking, skiing, golf, rock climbing, mountain biking, trail running, orienteering, ice skating and ice sports, Fuller Lodge Art Center, festivals, concert series, and more.
Los Alamos, New Mexico, Bandelier, LANL, Valles Caldera, Manhattan Project, Tourism, Travel Guide, Directory
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,
"Each day offers a new experience. I may spend part of my morning in a community initiative meeting, then switch gears to respond to member calls and e-mails, follow-up with a noon board meeting, discuss grant opportunities, DACC membership or a current business issue with three drop-in visitors and wrap up my evening with a Nordic Fest or City Council meeting. My role responds to the needs of our members and the business community. It's what keeps my job interesting and the DACC everchanging." Nikki Brevig, Executive Director.
The Milledgeville-Baldwin Chamber of Commerce serves as the voice for business in our community by:
â€¢ Working to create prosperity throughout Baldwin County and the surrounding areas.
â€¢ Aiding in the expansion and growth of existing businesses while recruiting additional businesses to diversify employment opportunities and generate more commercial and retail revenue.
â€¢ Addressing local issues to improve the quality of life for all Baldwin County citizens.
The mission of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Tucson is to support and offer services to our member businesses.
We create opportunities in our community to guide our local business members and are an active voice of our members.
Please visit us at www.tucsonhispanicchamber.org
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 catalist 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.
Grand Forks North Dakota, East Grand Forks Minnesota, University of North Dakota, Alerus Center, Ralph Engelstad Arena
Located in Old Town Chester, Books & Beyond, once called B & B Booksellers, is a member of the American Booksellers Association’s IndieBound Program and features a general category bookstore, a children’s book room, a game room, men's & women's clothing, unique gifts and cards, a dry cleaning service, FREE wifi and the much loved Back Room Art Gallery.
The Lake Almanor Basin is home to year round recreation that ranges from hiking, biking, golfing, fishing, hunting, water sports, and bird watching, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling. At Books & Beyond you will find the information you need to enjoy it all: local area guidebooks, field guides, animal, nature, geologic and historical information.
The Back Room Art Gallery
The Back Room Art Gallery is home to rotating exhibits of some of the Lake Almanor Area's finest art, photography, carvings, pottery, pine needle baskets and fabric art.
How To Find Us"
B & B Booksellers is located on Main Street (Hwy 36) in Old Town, Chester at the base of Lassen Peak and near the shores of Lake Almanor. Fly in to our Airport at Roger's Field, drive in on the Volcanic Legacy Scenic By-Way Hwy 36, 44 & 89, or, take scenic route 32 through Deer Creek Canyon to Hwy 36.
The Cresco Area Chamber of Commerce is part of Howard County Business & Tourism, which also includes Howard County Economic Development, Cresco Industrial Development Corporation and Howard County Tourism. These organizations work together to promote a strong local economy and promote the shop local campaign.