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
The area is populated by hundreds of small and major businesses, including a major shopping mall, the Magic Johnson Theatre complex, and major banking institutions and food chains. It is also a popular tourist destinations and tourists regularly visit Leimert Park Village, West Angeles Cathedral and other popular sites.
The primary focus of the Crenshaw Chamber of Commerce is to empower businesses and promote commerce. It conducts business leadership training through seminars, retreats and service activities. It markets the Crenshaw trade area to commercial entities seeking business locations, and works closely with the Los Angeles Convention and Visitors Bureau in promoting cultural tourism destinations.
The Crenshaw Chamber of Commerce is also concerned about the people, especially its youth. It provides job training and referrals to area youth; awards scholarships to local high school music departments; promotes culture and entertainment through its annual Summer Breeze Music Festival; and is the link between government and business community and its residents, working together to make the Crenshaw communities equal to any.
The Crenshaw Chamber of Commerce is committed to the development of the Crenshaw Corridor as a matrix for commerce and culture that attracts economic investment, tourism, and fosters community pride.
The Chamber creates a mechanism to increase the economic development for new and small businesses by providing access to technical assistance, collective networking, support and training.
The Crenshaw Chamber of Commerce develops a value-added partnership with other city chambers, businesses, corporations and residents within the community. The Chamber keeps abreast of city, county, and state legislation and ordinances that affect the growth and business endeavors of the Crenshaw Corridor
Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach, Port Orange, Volusia County, Bike Week, Biketoberfest, NASCAR and Daytona Beach Hotels.
As a member, you contribute to the ongoing mission of the Greater Bartow Chamber of Commerce. Together we create actions and initiatives that are aimed at promoting business and economic development for the benefit of our community.
As a Chamber member, you are linked to more than 700 other business members. Perhaps some of them are your customers. Membership with the Greater Bartow Chamber of Commerce provides another avenue for you to maintain contact with them. And, by networking at Chamber events, you put a face with your business and establish a relationship with potential customers.
The Chamber produces a publication each year highlighting all there is to see and do in our beautiful city. This informative guide assists residents as well as visitors in locating buisnesses as well as recreational activities.
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.
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
At 430 members and growing, the Fenton Chamber of Commerce represents about half of the area's workforce. We provide our members with valuable business resources and a sizable return on investment. With the ever evolving economy, the Chamber advances with the needs of our members.
City of Fenton
The 63026 federal zip code covers a large geographic area. FENTON, the municipality, is an incorporated area wholly within St. Louis County and represents a small portion of the federal zip code. The City of Fenton is a fourth-class municipality and is governed according to Missouri State Statutes. The City is divided into four (4) wards, each having two (2) Aldermen. Board meetings are held monthly. The Mayor, Board of Aldermen, and the City's professional staff strive to deliver a high level of service and accessible local representation to make Fenton a "preferred desitination". As a place to live, FENTON, the municipality offers the highest level of services with:
*A thriving business community
*Access to major highways
*Rockwood and Lindbergh School Districts
*No municipal personal property or real estate taxes (St. Louis County taxes apply)
A great Park System including:
Fenton City Park, Riverside Park, Meramec River Greenway, Bud Weil Memorial Park, Valiant Park, Olde Towne Plaza Park, Westside Park, John Fabick Nature Preserve.
*RiverChase Recreation Center
*St. Louis County Police Protection
*Trash and curbside recycling pickup paid for by the City of Fenton
*Curbside yard waste pickup (at minimum cost)
*No street lighting fees, no gross receipts tax
City of Fenton, MO • 625 New Smizer Mill Road • Fenton, MO 63026 • (636)343-2080
Fenton Chamber, Fenton Mo, Fenton Chamber of Commerce
Members are now connected through the Chamber's http://www.LocationCarousel.com system.
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,
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.
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
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.
Founded in 1866, Florence was a farming and ranching settlement on the Gila River where trade routes and stage lines met, but the town did not really boom until a nearby silver strike in 1875 turned it into a hub of commerce and Wild West excitement. It was then that Florence became the County Seat of Pinal County and still holds that distinction to this day. With a unique historic district and new developments, Florence has something to offer you.
The Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary Organization of business and professional people working in partnership with government and community leaders for the enhancement of economic vitality and quality of life for the local community.
Our community has a distinctive flavor that is evident even in our cuisine. Nearby residents can choose from Italian, German, Chinese, Mexican, Greek, Oriental and American. Restaurants range from fast-food providers to full service dining facilities and plenty of “mom and pop” specialty restaurants.
The Metrocom sports one of the largest shopping centers in the area, The Forum with a variety of stores and restaurants. All Metrocom cities boast many fine establishments and a range of unique shops and boutiques filled with gifts and collectibles. There are novelty stores, beauty shops, flower shops and automotive shops to name but a few.
The Metrocom offers a rich blend of neighborhoods and “good ole Texas” hometowns. Single family homes abound in the area and there is also an abundance of apartment complexes situated in all the Metrocom cities. Whether you want to build the home of your dreams, or live in a previously owned home, you need only look to the Metrocom to fulfill your needs. The Metrocom is truly a great place to both raise a family and encourage business growth and prosperity. Whether you are looking for a place to raise the family or to locate a news business, you will find an exciting environment full of warm and inviting people.
The Tri-County has it all in terms of retail, restaurants, businesses, parks, sports, recreational opportunities, educational excellence Pre K through college, and excellent and affordable accommodations. Northeast Lakeview College is the newest edition to the education segment of the area. It is the newest college of its kind in the country and is a true community college offering courses to students and people in the community as well.
The Tri-County Chamber provides the key link for the business community as it helps blend the three ingredients: cities, individuals and businesses; a winning combination anywhere. Each Tri-County city has its own variety of recreational facilities including parks, walking and biking trails. For those with a passion for golf, the Tri-County offers a variety of challenging layouts sure to meet your needs. Olympia Hills Golf and Conference Center in Universal City is a municipal course boasting some of the most challenging holes in the entire San Antonio area. It is rated as one of the toughest courses in the area. Woodlake Golf Course near Converse hosted the Texas Open for several years. Northcliffe Golf Club in Schertz is right up IH-35 and The Bandit is a great layout in nearby New Braunfels. The new TPC Oaks Course in only ten minutes away from the Tri-County. The cities of Live Oak and Universal City also sport Disc Golf courses for those so inclined.
San Antonio with its many attractions is only 15 minutes away. And, if horse racing is what you want, you need only to look at Retama Park in Selma. At Natural Bridge Caverns near Garden Ridge, you can discover incredible underground chambers filled with spectacular formations.
Experience millions of years of nature in one afternoon enjoying a vast and beautiful underworld where time and nature collided to create the breathtaking majestic and natural phenomenon. Organizations in each Tri-County city conduct many youth sports programs from soccer to football and baseball in their parks. The Tri-County has it all…Come experience the area, you will be glad you did.
Discover endless outdoor adventures in the 2600 square mile playground located between Lookout Pass and Fourth of July Pass on I-90 in the Idaho Panhandle. Here you can hunt, fish, golf, bike, ski, camp or simply walk among giant cedar trees. The North Fork of the Coeur d’Alene River offers floating, swimming and boating. You can hike to dozens of pristine alpine lakes or take a breathtaking ride on the world's longest straight line gondola to enjoy a different view of the heart of the Bitterroot Mountains.
The 72 mile Trail of the Coeur d’Alene’s and the scenic Route of the Hiawatha have become destinations for outdoor enthusiasts from around the world. Begin "Mining Endless Outdoor Adventures" and explore an area where history and adventure meet to create The Unforgettable Silver Valley vacation.