The Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce is growing. The business advocacy group has added 20 new members since March and 37 since Matt Courtright became executive director a year ago.
Ticonderoga The Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce is growing.
The business advocacy group has added 20 new members since March and 37 since Matt Courtright became executive director a year ago.
“We have been talking and sharing with area businesses about the benefits of being a chamber members as well as the importance,” explained Courtright, down playing his role.
The Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce is a private, not-for-profit representing over 160 members and 500 businesses. It has served the area 85 years.
“The chamber speaks as one voice for the people of the community,” Courtright said. “The chamber of commerce cooperatively works with civic, social, cultural and educational organizations as well as local government to enhance living and working conditions.”
The Ti chamber Chamber serves, markets and promotes Ticonderoga, Crown Point, Hague, Moriah, Putnam and surrounding areas. TACC is also part of the Lake Champlain Region Visitor Center through the Essex County Regional Office Of Sustainable Tourism.
The new chamber members include Ticonderoga American Legion Post 224, Bill Blood Construction, Chadder Imports, Inc/Ti Mobil Mart, Community Bank, Crown Point Network Technologies, Crown Point Telephone, Fraternal Order of Eagles – Adirondack Aerie # 4410, Friends of the Crown Point Historic Site, Glenburnie Estates at Lake George, Jayna Andersen Photography, Literacy Volunteers of Essex & Franklin Counties, Moriah Community Edge/Economic Development, NBT – Latremore Insurance, Party Productions USA, Pre-tech Precision Machining, St. Mary’s Church and School, Thatcher Realty, The Locust Inn, Timberlake Photos and Tractor Supply.
“I am delighted to welcome the new members to the TACC family,” Courtright said. “A chamber membership is truly an investment in marketing and promoting your business, as well as supporting the community as a whole.”
“Here at the chamber we work hard to serve and market our members and the area,”e he added. “New members allow us to better serve the community and our area visitors.”