In New York State, the Chamber of Commerce was established to oppose the “obnoxious” Stamp Tax Act passed by the Parliament in 1765. Tradesman who were organized to fight and promote commerce. Early
Chambers promoted the sale of goods thru organization of markets and enforcing rules of trade, protection of goods in transit, and even operating their own trading floors.
Chambers evolved into true community organizations when business people realized that their own prosperity depended upon the development of a prosperous, healthy, and happy community! They have since developed an emphasis on industrial development, as well as its’ accompanying civic and commercial growth. In order to be true to their purpose, they remain primarily business organizations, expressing the point of view of business.
Newark’s Chamber of Commerce has developed a mission statement used as a guide in their activities:
“The purpose of the Greater Newark Chamber of Commerce is to do all the things necessary through service
to encourage and support healthy growth of business and industry in the Newark Community.”
Membership is encouraged for those who believe as we do…
“That a healthy and stable business is a happy and prosperous community”
Please join us in this endeavor!
The Greater Newark Chamber of Commerce was organized in in October of 1924, and since that time has evolved into a true community organization. The main purpose of this organization has been to advance the civic, commercial, industrial and agricultural interests of the Village of Newark and the surrounding areas. To stimulate public sentiments for the protection of the general welfare and prosperity of the Village of Newark and the Town of Arcadia, as well as the County of Wayne.
The Greater Newark Chamber of Commerce has developed a mission statement to use as a guide in their activities:
“The purpose of the Greater Newark Chamber to Commerce is to do all the things necessary through the public services to encourage and support the healthy growth of business and industry in the Greater Newark Community.”
Your Chamber offers:
•Annual Community Awards Banquet
•Advertisement of your business on our Web Site & through active social media
•Beautiful Banners displayed with your business name throughout our business district at an affordable additional cost
•Monthly luncheon meetings bringing local business people together to share ideas
•Monthly Business After Hours Networking Events
Through many community and business changes, Newark has remained a desirable community to live, work and visit. Your Chamber has played a major role to ensure that the private sector has a strong and effective voice for positive healthy change in our community. Your membership and voice will continue to make it happen.
Membership in the Greater Newark Chamber of Commerce provides you with a variety of ways to increase your visibility within the business community. We must join together to ensure that our community remains a happy, healthy, and most of all, a vital place to live and work.
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Greater Newark Chamber of Commerce 2019 Board Officers
President- Steven Hasseler, Lyons National Bank
Vice President- Chrissie Kent- Doug Kent’s Rose Bowl Lanes
Secretary/Treasurer- Shari List, Community Bank
Past President- Jessica Wells
Board of Directors:
Adam Casper- Edward Jones
Tami Coccuzzi- The Barns at Great Racing Ministries
Debrah Corsner- FLCC
Brenda Delyser- Tradition Chevrolet
Larry DePauw – Market Alternatives
Mike Muscolino – Director Alex Eligh Community Center
Christine Natale- Marshall Exteriors
Mark Peake – Village of Newark Code Enforcement Officer/Economic Development Facilitator
Todd Peters- Premiere Martial Arts
Todd Peters- Premiere Martial Arts