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April 22, 2014Greater Augusta Business & Community Directory
You won’t find a lovelier place to live, work and raise a family than Augusta County, Staunton or Waynesboro, Virginia. Access to a superior network of highways provides businesses with a wide array of markets, and the unspoiled beauty of nature provides plenty of outdoor activities. Friendly people and communities round out this welcoming region. Explore the online companion map.
April 8, 2014San Dimas Business and Community Guide
Community, Culture and Commerce are three big Cs when it comes to San Dimas, California. This beautiful area boasts an interesting history and friendly surroundings that constitute a quality of life for its citizens, while maintaining a small town atmosphere. And don’t forget to add in the backing of the San Dimas Chamber of Commerce, the area’s business resource specialist.
March 20, 2014Delaware County Regional News Winter 2014
Winter 2014 heralds the premier edition of Delaware County Regional News…the new quarterly magazine of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce. This first issue focuses on healthcare and features local and national approaches to this controversial subject. Chamber events and members in the news are also highlighted.
February 27, 2014Greater Monmouth County 2014 Who's Who in Business
Promoting the Greater Monmouth area as a great place to live, work and do business is the mission of the GMCC. Ideally located within a short distance of two of the major metropolitan areas in the northeast, New York and Philadelphia, the Greater Monmouth area is made greater thanks to the efforts of local businesses, organizations and community leaders, in partnership with the Chamber. Explore the online companion map.
February 17, 2014Tompkins County 2014 Business Directory & Community Guide
There’s a lot to love about living, working and visiting Tompkins County and the Ithaca region. Home to Cornell University and Ithaca College in the Finger Lakes Region of New York State, this area exemplifies a small-town atmosphere while showcasing the qualities of a larger metropolitan city. Backed by the support of the Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce, quality of life here can’t be beat! Explore the online companion map.
February 12, 2014Loudoun County Chamber's 2014 Business Guide
Located less than 30 miles from D.C. and within sight of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Loudoun County offers a unique experience that spans the best America has to offer. This is a community where groundbreaking scientific discoveries and world-leading technological advancements are everyday events, and where the Loudoun County Chamber supports and serves its 1,100 members. Explore the online companion map.
February 11, 2014Exeter Area Chamber Book
The region of ten towns that the Exeter Area of Commerce serves is known as one of New England’s most prosperous areas with a sound business and community climate. This area is uniquely positioned for anyone looking to optimize how they live, work and play, thanks to its diversity, resources, history and tradition. Explore the online companion map.
February 7, 2014St. Johns Chamber Book
When you hear about St. Johns County being a hot spot these days, it’s usually a lot more than the reference to the enviable year-round climate. Along with its reputation as a tourist destination, St. Johns county boasts commercial, entrepreneurial and investment opportunities on the state, national and global levels. Truly, St. Johns County is not only visitor-ready, but business-ready as well. Explore the online companion map.
January 24, 2014Harrisburg Regional News Winter 2014
The winter edition of Harrisburg Regional News (HRN) spotlights government and advocacy, featuring an up close and personal interview with Harrisburg’s new Mayor, Eric Papenfuse, a peek at the Chamber & CREDC’s 2014 Legislative priorities and plans, as well as a round of applause for the 2013 Catalyst Award Winners…plus a whole lot more local and regional information.
January 23, 2014Casa Grande Chamber Book
Located in the heart of Arizona’s Sun Corridor, Casa Grande is a “community first” hometown; a progressive city that has retained its small town appeal. It has experienced a 92.6% growth rate over the last 10 years due to its superb business and residential climates, increasing retail and accommodation options, a stable local economy, inspired City leadership and an active, dedicated, and visionary Chamber of Commerce.
January 16, 2014Los Gatos Chamber Book
The Town of Los Gatos offers extraordinary opportunities. It is a Town that is rich in history and filled with traditions, that makes living, working and playing here an exciting experience. The Town government strives to maintain this charm and vibrancy, working hand-in-hand with the Chamber of Commerce, community groups, service organizations, volunteers and many more.
January 15, 2014Cecil County Book
Cecil County is a community steeped in history, rich in natural resources and full of promise. Tucked along the upper banks of the Chesapeake Bay, midway between Philadelphia and Baltimore, Cecil County’s eight incorporated municipalities, each with a unique character, offer something for everyone. It’s a great place to spend a day or a lifetime.
December 20, 2013La Verne 2014-2015 Business Directory & Community Guide
La Verne California is a well-kept secret hidden in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. Only minutes away from major Los Angeles freeway interchanges, La Verne is close enough to LA for business, but far enough away from the hustle and bustle of the big city to enjoy a small town feel. It is a strong, self-sufficient community backed by the ongoing support of the La Verne Chamber of Commerce.
December 18, 2013Berkshire Business and Community Guide
Berkshire County is internationally renowned as a place to relax, but with its idyllic landscapes, revered educational institutions, thriving business community, and bursting cultural and creative economy, it continues to be a place that builds business, champions entrepreneurship and fosters family, all with the untiring support of the Berkshire Chamber of commerce.