FIND YOUR FUN IN CARBON COUNTY THIS HOLIDAY SEASON!
We Aren't Your Ordinary Chamber...2016 in Review
December is here, and 2016 is coming to a close. What an exciting and fantastic year it has been! While you are thinking about the upcoming holidays, it is also a great time to take inventory of all you have done for your business this year. Assess what has worked, what hasn't and what aspects of your business need some tweaking. Use that information to make your BIG PLANS for 2017. A brand new year is coming...time to take advantage of all of the great opportunities that await you! The CCEDC is here to support you and help you to grow your business in a variety of ways. Have you explored everything that the CCEDC and GLVCC have to offer? Contact Alice Wanamaker, Membership Director, at the Chamber today to discover all of the benefits and opportunities available to you as a CCEDC and GLVCC member...610-379-5000.
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Shop Local This Holiday Season!
There are so many reasons why shopping local is great for you and great for your community and local economy. CCEDC Membership Director, Alice Wanamaker, shares these reasons in her latest DiscoverCarbonPA blog post. READ MORE
CARBON-OPOLY Is Back Just in Time for the Holidays!
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Jim Thorpe Market
Penn's Peak Gift Shop
and other area locations!
Learn about its rich history and everything that Carbon County, Pennsylvania has to offer. Sit down with family and friends and play your way around Carbon County in a hometown version of the classic board game. A great game for families, friends and anyone who enjoy visiting Carbon County. This is a LIMITED CARBON COUNTY EDITION with limited quantities available! Once their gone, their gone! DON'T MISS OUT! GET YOURS TODAY!
ON SALE FOR $20
UPCOMING FEATURED CHAMBER EVENTS
- December 8th: Women in Business Luncheon@ Summit Hill Heritage Center
Looking to Expand and Grow Your Business and Need Financial Assistance?
The CCEDC Can Help!
Starting a new business certainly has its challenges. You come up with an idea you do the research even find a great location. Now how are you going to bankroll it?
Remember that usually the first dollars into your business are yours. Perhaps you dipped into savings or cashed in your 401k or maxed out your credit cards. You may even have worked your regular job and moonlighted at your business to get it off the ground but now you’re ready for the next step; actually going out on your own.
At the startup stage, angel investors are hard to find and asking for help to find grants, or ‘free money,’ is a common request that my office handles all the time. While there may be some small grants, these are not common.
New businesses have a hard time getting funding from a bank because they don’t have the financial history of actually being in business. There is really nothing concrete to show a lender that your business is successful much less be able to pay back a loan. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE
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