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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.
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 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
The year-round Mediterranean climate means that you’ll usually find dozens of locals lounging in downtown’s Depot Square after grabbing a latte at one of the many cafes and coffee houses. Mill Valley hosts a range of cultural activities, like the internationally recognized Mill Valley Film Festival, which brings in leading filmmakers and movie aficionados from across the country. Locals throughout the Bay Area come to Mill Valley for the annual Wine & Gourmet Food Tasting, Fall Arts Festival and Winterfest. They also enjoy Mill Valley’s music and comic venues, where famous guest musicians and comedians are known to “drop in” for an evening to entertain. Mill Valley’s vibrant business districts offer a variety of delights, from one-of-a-kind boutique clothing shops, salons and yoga studios to pet stores. Many Mill Valley restaurants take advantage of locally grown produce and regional cheeses. If you just want a simple burrito, gourmet burger or handmade pizza, you can find that too! The spirit of artistic creation runs deep in Mill Valley, with a mixture of world-class entertainment and small town vibe. T
he Internationally recognized Mill Valley Film Festival has attracted leading filmmakers and movie aficionados for over 30 years. The Mountain Play, produced in June in an outdoor amphitheater on Mount Tam, attracts thousands of theater goers with Broadway musicals performed by talented local actors. The annual Mill Valley Wine & Gourmet Food Tasting showcases the best of local restaurants, exquisite wines and artisan brews. The Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival, set under a canopy of redwoods, features established and emerging independent artists. Winterfest helps everyone get into a holiday mood with music, ice skating and Santa Claus. The vibrant Mill Valley Art Commission sponsors free Comedy Night on the Plaza, Concerts in the Plaza and First Tuesday Art Walks.
People from all over the Bay Area are drawn to Mill Valley’s top-notch entertainment venues, including Sweetwater, one of the best music clubs in the nation. 142 Throckmorton, a jewel box of a theater, offers jazz, folk music and a legendary standup comedy showcase. Several well-known artists after performing here, have even chosen to make Mill Valley their home, including Bonnie Raitt, Carlos Santana, and Bob Weir. Whether you plan to visit Mill Valley for an entire week, or just an afternoon, its small-town ambiance, unique cultural activities and lush natural scenery are sure to draw you back again and again. Stop by the Mill Valley Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center at 85 Throckmorton Avenue for information and maps to help you explore and enjoy our very special part of the world!
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
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
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.
We are a community-wide federation of business firms and organizations, both large and small, dedicated to the economic progress and the preservation of a sound business climate.
The Chamber is an organization representing over 230 members, including individuals, businesses, industries and professionals. It is affiliated with the United States Chamber of Commerce and the Nebraska Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Serving both the city and town of Waukesha, Wisconsin, our chamber is committed to improving the quality of life for all local citizens by fostering a positive climate in which to own or operate a successful business.
The City of Waukesha Chamber of Commerce provides resources, support, and collaboration opportunities to develop and strengthen community businesses. OVERVIEW Managed by a professional staff committed to serving our members – the chamber is a federation of mutually-supportive businesses which share common goals for a thriving community by providing access to the best practices in business development, marketing, financial management, and organizational leadership. DESCRIPTION:
The City of Waukesha Chamber of Commerce is an IRS 501(c)(6) organization: a special designation for non-profit business federations. GOALS We will be: 1. "An incubator for new business ideas" We encourage and support the entrepreneurial spirit by helping draft business plans and providing other tools for success. 2. "The pivot point for collaboration" We believe in the synergy of partnerships and will work with members to maximize cooperative efforts. 3. "The source of shared expertise" We offer diverse and dynamic programs, acknowledging the role of community leaders in mentoring others to secure a strong future.