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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
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,
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
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.
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.”
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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.
Life in Cooperstown has indeed unfolded according to founder William Cooper’s vision. The Village of Cooperstown, with its rich array of museums and other diverse attractions, is the crown jewel of Otsego County and Central New York. Dubbed, “The Village of Museums”, Cooperstown boasts three globally recognized museums. The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum and Doubleday Field are known worldwide for our nation’s pastime. The Farmers’ Museum is one of the country’s oldest outdoor living history museums, showcasing rural life in 1845 in its lively village of historic trade and craft shops. The Fenimore Art Museum is home to one of the country’s premier folk art collections, as well as its world renowned collection of Native American art and artifacts.
In addition, the Glimmerglass Festival, a world class opera and theater venue, attracts 32,000 patrons each season to its Alice Busch Opera Theater on Otsego Lake. The Cooperstown Beverage Trail, New York State’s first official cuisine trail, features the region’s breweries, wineries and cider mill. Brewery Ommegang produces award winning Belgian-style ales and offers daily tours, summer concerts and meals at the Brewery Café.
The Fly Creek Cider Mill is a family- friendly historic mill with festivals and events held throughout the autumn, daily tastings of more than 40 specialty foods. Several village parks border Otsego Lake and offer picnicking, swimming and more. Glimmerglass State Park is located just nine miles to the north of the village and offers hiking, camping, swimming and picnicking in the summer months and cross-country skiing and tubing during the winter months.
Tourism and everyday residential life are integrated on Cooperstown’s Main Street. Between landmarks and museums, the business district is comprised of services and stores including hardware, clothing, banks, real estate and financial offices, post office, library, specialty boutiques, restaurants, bed and breakfast inns, hotels and motels. The Cooperstown Farmer’s Market, featuring the area’s best in local produce and runs throughout the year. About the Cooperstown Chamber of Commerce- Founded in 1917, The Cooperstown Chamber of Commerce currently serves almost 500 business members locally and around the region. The Cooperstown Chamber provides business-related training and networking opportunities, and actively promotes a “Local First” consumer concept to support its business members and the local economy.
The Cooperstown Chamber also serves as the official hospitality hub to the thousands of visitors that come to Cooperstown every year. During the summer months, the Chamber office also staffs an information kiosk located on Main Street for the convenience of visitors. The Cooperstown Chamber plays host to several community events throughout the year including its annual Pumpkinfest Weigh off and Regatta in September and the Hall of Fame Classic Parade, which takes place before the Hall of Fame game on Memorial Day Weekend.
We thank you for your interest in our community and region. Our members and our community leaders believe in this region and have made a considerable investment in it. Teller County is a region with proximity to a major metropolitan area, a dedicated workforce and a quality of life that is second to none.
We truly are a base camp for tourists seeking the best in hospitality amenities of the area. You can enjoy the natural splendors of Colorado and the Rocky Mountains right here in Teller County. With the Pike National Forest area abundant within the boundaries of Teller County, there is no lack of outdoor activity for family and friends – no matter what time of year. At an elevation of 8,465 feet, the city of Woodland Park truly is the "City Above the Clouds". We experience over 300+ days of sunshine a year. Cripple Creek serves as the county seat for Teller County and is home to many casinos as well.
Just outside of Victor is one of the largest Gold Mining operations in our Country. The Cripple Creek & Victor Gold Mine is a true “gem” for our region.
Scattered throughout Teller County we have other pastoral communities, each with its own character and history. We are host to thriving businesses, proactive governments, modern amenities, excellent schools, a state of the art hospital and extensive cultural heritage. Indeed, Teller County and Woodland Park have much to offer. You will find a kindred spirit when you arrive that will entice you to spend time visiting with the locals, exploring our pristine outdoor beauty and wondering how soon you can relocate here. Whatever your interest, the Greater Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce believes you will find the Teller County region to be a vibrant backdrop for business, education or culture, making it the perfect place to live, work and raise a family. We invite you to stop by and chat with us when you’re in the area. Let us help you make the most out of your exploration of Woodland Park and the Teller County region.
Serving the areas of:
Woodland Park Chamber, Woodland Park, CO, Woodland Park Events, Woodland Park, Colorado, Pikes Peak Events, Rocky Mountains in Teller County, Pike National Forest, Mueller State Park, Florissant Fossil Bed National Monument, Eleven Mile State Park, Spinney Mountain State Park, Cripple Creek, CO, Victor, CO, Divide, CO, Dinosaur Museum, Wolf and Wildlife Center
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The Hampton Roads Christian Business Chamber offers a broad array of business services and involvement opportunities. All programs are available to you and your member employees. Use them to increase your visibility in the local market, promote your organization, build new relationships, find new employees or jobs, sharpen skills, and motivate and reward employees.
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The Chamber is the single largest faith based business connector in the metro area. Members enjoy opportunities ranging from professional development and networking events to social media and marketing opportunities.
Learn how to work better, faster and cheaper by attending a Chamber event. With many yearly events, we are Hampton Roads's best resource for networking, professional development and community involvement.
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Effectively search for top quality, values consistent employees on our exclusive member only Job Board. Use our members only Connections Board to promote your products and opportunities.
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Spread the word about your business. Post your news, events, photos, videos and more. Use the Connections Board and our state of the art Directory to get your message out.
Attract new customers by offering a member-to-member discount and find exclusive savings on essential services provided by Hampton Roads’ best businesses. Offerings are available only to Chamber members.
Chamber membership is your link to the people, programs and information you need to increase your organization's visibility and grow your business. Whether a large corporation or a small business, there's a Chamber membership level right for every business.
All CBC members get state of the art web marketing within our Directory that includes important social verification tools like ratings and reviews plus access to our on line Job and Connections Boards. Member benefit from monthly networking events and special discounts offered for training and leadership development.
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CIRCLE LEVEL MEMBERSHIP OFFERS GREATER INVOLVEMENT, PRESENCE AND ACCESS TO HIGHER LEVEL EXECUTIVES. OUR CIRCLE LEVEL MEMBERS ARE AMONG THE MOST INFLUENTIAL COMPANIES AND ORGANIZATIONS IN HAMPTON ROADS.