MADISON — Founded more than 60 years ago, the Chamber is a volunteer, non-profit organization comprised of business leaders. The Chamber’s primary function is to support, preserve and develop business in Madison and their vital projects support both their members and the community. The Chamber seeks to preserve Madison and the surrounding area as an outstanding place in which to live, work and do business.
“Joining the Chamber is a great business decision that gives any business a competitive “edge”, said Chamber’s executive director Karen Giambra. “We are a great group of supportive business owners and we have much to offer.”
Membership includes the Chamber website, networking, ribbon cuttings, group advertising opportunities and lectures.
The Chamber produces the popular Loyalty Rewards Card Program, which offers special discounts and incentives from Chamber businesses, as well as, offers the Madison Gift Check program where gift checks can be purchased in any denomination at The Provident Bank and used in any participating Madison business. The organization also produces the Nautilus Diner placemat program giving businesses an affordable way to market their business.
Chamber’s programs and activities include: Easter Fun Fest, the Madison Car Show, Taste of Madison, holiday shopping promotions, Halloween Parade & Magic Show, Fire Extinguisher Inspection Program. The Chamber also hosts a members only holiday party in January and the Annual Awards Dinner in June.
The Chamber actively partners with many other community organizations, including the The Borough of Madison, the Downtown Development Commission, The Rotary Club of Madison, and the Madison P.B.A. 92.
The Madison Area Chamber of Commerce also offers many ways in which to network by offering a monthly Networking Breakfast, bi-monthly Focus meetings and monthly Happy Hours.
For more information about joining the Madison Area Chamber of Commerce, activities, programs and meeting schedules visit their website by clicking here.
The Chambers executive director Karen Giambra can be reached by email at MadisonChamber@gmail.com or by phone at (973) 377-7830