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ber of the Ti chamber and she intends to remain a Ti chamber member.
"We won't be like the Ti chamber," she explained. "We're much smaller and don't have Ti's resources. This is simply a way for Crown Point businesses to get together and help promote our community."
Matt Courtright, executive director of the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce, welcomes the new Crown Point chamber.
"We look forward to working with other organizations to market and promote the area," he said. "The more we can do and work together the more beneficial it will be to the entire area.
"I have been invited to the meeting on Feb. 1 and plan to attend," Courtright said. "Creating partnerships and working together is the only way to truly succeed. TACC offers an array of benefits to its members and is working hard to improve and expand upon them."
A chamber of commerce will not be new to Crown Point. The community had its own chamber in 1956 and 1957.