Preston County is on the move. Our hard working people, our bustling businesses, our inherent scenic beauty and idyllic main streets tell the story of a business community formed through diligence, commitment, grit and know how. These things are what we value in Preston County and these are the attributes we celebrate at the Preston County Chamber of Commerce. We are here to serve you – business owners of the area. We’re here to celebrate all you do so well. We’re here to tell the state, the region, the world about all that you bring to the table.
A business relies on being connected to the community. Chamber membership helps you stay in touch with your clients and customers and provides you with opportunities to make valuable professional connections at numerous networking events.
You can grow your business while growing personally and professionally. To advance in any business, you need to develop your personal and professional skills, and to stay informed. The Chamber of Commerce offers many ways to help you grow and become better at running your business through our Lunch and Learn Seminars.
The Chamber of Commerce has a good reputation, and many consumers have positive perceptions of their members and their businesses. In fact, according to a study conducted by the Schapiro Group, 49% of consumers were more likely to think favorably of a local business if it was a member of the local Chamber— and 80% were more likely to purchase a product or service from a Chamber member.
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WASHINGTON – Today, as part of the Trump Administration’s aggressive, whole-of-government efforts to combat the Coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) and minimize economic disruption to the nation’s […]
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