In this newsletter:
- Upcoming Networking Breakfast – 9/15
- September Mixer – 9/23
- Women in Business Month
- Sponsorship Availability
- Partnership with WTBQ
- Member Spotlight
- Board of Director Nominations
- Going to Goshen Maps
Upcoming Networking Breakfast
Sept. 15 at The Lodge at Thomas Bull Memorial Park at 7:45am
Speaker: Deborah Heppes, Deputy Superintendent of Orange Ulster BOCES and students will discuss Technical Career Training
Sponsor: Atlas Security & J. Hoffman Insurance
The Lodge at Thomas Bull Memorial Park
211 NY-416, Montgomery, NY 12549
Networking MIXER Sept. 23
Pine Island Tap House from 5:30-7:30pm
$10 Members/$15 Non-Members
Come see the beautiful and recently restored
Pine Island Tap House nestled in the Black Dirt Region of Pine Island.
Enjoy local craft beers, ciders and light refreshments from around the Hudson Valley with members of the local business community.
Women in Business Month
October is right around the corner, and we are hosting a fabulous celebration of Women in Business on October 13th at Thomas Bull Memorial Park at the Lodge.
We start the day with a leadership panel which includes;
- Brittany Johnson, SERVPRO of Orange County
- Stephanie Johnson, LEGOLAND NY
- Shannon Kelly, CEO Catholic Charities
- Jennifer Martin, Principal GCSD
- Kelly Naughton, Esq. , Burke, Miele, Golden & Naughton LLP
After the leadership panel, we will have round table discussion from subject matter experts. Miss New York, Sydney Park is the closing keynote. To find our more about the day, visit our website, www.goshennychamber.com
We are seeking sponsorships for both our September and October Monthly Mixers. To sponsor a mixer for $250 please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
New Partnership with WTBQ Radio
Going to Goshen Radio Show
The Goshen Chamber of Commerce has a radio show, ‘Going to Goshen’, every Monday from 12:30pm – 1:00pm on WTBQ. This is a fabulous member benefit, let us know if you would like to be interviewed.
On Monday, Sept. 13, 2021, Shannon Kelly, CEO of Catholic Charities of Orange, Sullivan & Ulster joined. Visit WTBQ.com to listen live.
Goshen Chamber of Commerce Member Spotlight – John S. Burke Catholic High School
With a history in Goshen dating back to 1899, John S. Burke Catholic High School is the premier college preparatory high school in the Hudson Valley. In cooperation with the Archdiocese of New York, Burke Catholic is opening the Burke Catholic Academy for grades 6-8 this 2021 academic school year. Students will now have a seamless transition from middle to high school on one safe, secure campus. For more information, please visit www.burkecatholic.com.
Goshen Chamber of Commerce Member Spotlight – Alianza Services, LLC
ALIANZA Services LLC is a Certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) that provides full-service furniture distribution and management right here in the Hudson Valley. With offices in Nyack, Brian Wrye, their Director of Business Development has been able to successfully expand Alianza into Orange County establishing Orange County Government and Legoland as some notable clients. With over 150 lines of commercial furniture, Alianza works in practically any vertical market such as schools, libraries, medical, hospitality, corporate and governmental markets selling on New York State contract. For more information, please visit www.alianzacorp.com or contact Brian Wrye directly at email@example.com.
The Goshen Chamber of Commerce is actively looking for members to step up and consider being part of the Board of Directors. This is a volunteer role made up of those that work or live within the Town and Village of Goshen. All applicants must be members of the Chamber. BOD members volunteer their time and are expected attend monthly meetings and other board –sponsored events serve to the Goshen Chamber of Commerce and its business community. If you are interested in being considered, please send a brief letter of intent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Going to Goshen Maps
Going to Goshen maps are now available. They have been distributed to local hotels and downtown businesses.
If you want some maps, stop by the GCOC office. Click HERE to view the map.