Chamber News



4th Annual Share the Harvest


Posted on September 1, 2011
4th Annual Share The Harvest sponsored by the Milford Business Council Monday Sept 12th 6-9pm in the gardens of The River Rock Inn.

A special evening to sample wonderful creations from your favorite area restaurants featuring the fare of a dozen+local chefs. With music by Eric Langberg.

-50/50 tickets, prize raffles & door prizes.
-Support our local food pantries!
-Receive a complimentary raffle ticket for EACH non-perishable food item that you donate at the party.

Tickets:
$30 per person
or
2 for $50

Limited to 200 guests.

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Pike Chamber Networking Opportunity!


Posted on September 1, 2011
The Pike County Chamber of Commerce along with event sponsor The Lodge at Woodloch would like to offer another Networking Opportunity to you. Hurricane Irene has passed and it's a great time to get out, have fun and see the Spa at Woodloch and all of the wonderful services they offer to
pamper yourself.

Everyone is welcome to bring your friends and business associates along with plenty of business cards and take advantage of this event to network your business, organization or upcoming event! You will have many chances to make new contacts and get more business no matter what industry you are in. Making those important face to face contacts at this summer event is a powerful and affordable marketing technique that can help your business grow.

This end of summer evening affair and networking opportunity is on Thursday, September 15th from 5:30p.m. to 7:30p.m will be held at The Lodge at Woodloch at 109 River Birch Lane in Hawley, PA just across the street from the Woodloch Springs golf course.  For directions call 1-866-953-8500.

Admission at the door is $5.00 for Pike Chamber members or $10.00 for non-members.  There will be complimentary appetizers, refreshments, a 50/50 raffle and door prizes.  If you would like to donate a door prize, please call ahead to let us know.

For further information contact the Chamber by e-mailing info@pikechamber.com or calling the Chamber office at 570-296-8700.

UNITED WAY AND THE PIKE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO HOST 9-11 MEMORIAL BLOOD DRIVE ON SEPTEMBER 17, 2011


Posted on August 31, 2011
This is the ninth year that the United Way has teamed with the American Red Cross and the Pike County Chamber of Commerce for the 9-11 Memorial Blood Drive. The Blood Drive hours will be 8:45 am to 3:00 pm at the Delaware Valley School District Middle School gymnasium. The only requirements are you must be 17 years of age or older, weigh at least 110 pounds, be in good health, and have identification with you. Walk-Ins are welcome.

“The American Red Cross is the single largest supplier of blood products to hospitals throughout the United States. Needless to say, it is a challenge to have the supply to meet the demand. The goal for this Blood Drive is 95 units. We know that the residents of Pike County can achieve this goal!” Said Pike County Commissioner Richard Caridi

“Every day, more than 40,000 pints of blood are needed for patients in the United States. Blood is used for the treatment of cancer patients, people with blood disorders, premature babies, transplant recipients, trauma victims and more. Each whole blood donation can help save up to three lives. I am proud to be part of an organization that supports this critically necessary cause.” stated John Gilpin United Way Vice President and Pike County Treasurer.

“Our organization is proud to support the efforts of both the United Way of Pike County and the American Red Cross with the Annual 9-11 Memorial Blood Drive As a special thank you for being a donor, the Pike County Chamber of Commerce will provide the canteen with juice, cookies and baked goodies for all to enjoy.” Stated Lee Ann Camarero, Pike County Chamber of Commerce

Organizers made us aware that all donors would be treated to an ice cream cone, compliments of Pike County Commissioner Richard Caridi, Pike County Commissioner, Karl Wagner and Matt Osterberg, Pike County Commissioner hopeful. Now that’s a sweet deal!

If you would like to make an appointment to donate, contact Catherine Capasso, United Way Executive Director at 570-296-9980. For further information about the Blood Drive or The Day of Caring visit the website at www.unitedwaypike.org, or call toll free 888-306-6963. For Help Now: www.pikepahelp.org
Live United!


Pictured: L-R – Lee Ann Camarero, Kathleen Hummel, Pike County Commissioner, Karl Wagner, Pike County Commissioner, Mike Donlon, UWPC Board Member, John Gilpin, UWPC Vice President and Pike County Treasurer, Matt Osterberg, Pike County Commissioner hopeful and Richard Caridi, Pike County Commissioner

Ladies Night Out


Posted on August 18, 2011
All are welcome to the Women in Business Committee’s Ladies Night Out on September 23, 2011 at the Best Western Inn!

Bring a few friends to this casual and fun Ladies Event. You will have fun, be relaxed and just unwind from your busy week with other area women while enjoying great food, facials, massages and more!

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National Entrepreneurial Leader is Keynote Speaker at Pike Chamber Event


Posted on August 11, 2011
The Pike County Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce that Mr. Alan Gerry, a local businessman and one of the nation’s entrepreneurial leaders, will be our featured keynote speaker at their Signature Event 2011 held in October.

Alan Gerry was the founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Cablevision Industries Corporation ("CVI"). After nearly four decades in the cable television business, Mr. Gerry directed the nation's largest privately owned cable company operating 64 cable systems in 18 states and employing more than 2,500 people. With over 1.3 million subscribers at year-end 1995, CVI became the 8th largest multiple system operator in the United States.

Mr. Gerry was one of the first entrepreneurs to respond to demands for a greater number of channels and improved reception in areas where off-air television reception was unsatisfactory due to topography or remoteness from broadcast towers. A true cable pioneer, he built his first such "classic" cable television system in 1956 in Liberty, New York, where he still maintains his corporate offices. From this small base, Mr. Gerry's entrepreneurial spirit and vision sparked a period of remarkable growth that resulted in the company's expansion to rural, suburban and metropolitan areas. In the cable financial community, Mr. Gerry was recognized for creating innovative capital structures that enabled the financing of CVI's remarkable growth without accessing the public equity markets. Today, Mr. Gerry continues as one of the nation's entrepreneurial leaders.

The Evening will take place at the Best Western Inn in Matamoras on October 12, 2011. Cocktails at 6:00p.m. and a sit down dinner at 7:00p.m. Immediately following dinner, Mr. Gerry will be speaking on a few topics including how he started out as a regular business man and followed his intuition and worked hard to become one of the top entrepreneurs in the country and then came back to his humble beginnings to give back to the community in many ways including one his most notable, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts.

Individual dinners are $65.00 per person or you can take advantage of one of the available Gold, Silver or Bronze sponsorships for the event which includes dinners and advertising in the event’s brochure.

For more information, to become a sponsor or make reservations contact the Chamber office at (570) 296 – 8700 or online at www.pikechamber.com.

Chamber’s Signature Event 2011


Posted on July 25, 2011
The Pike County Chamber of Commerce announces their Signature Event for 2011, to be held on Wednesday, October 12, 2011 at the Best Western Inn in Matamoras, PA. The featured guest speaker will be local businessman and one of the nation’s entrepreneurial leaders, Mr. Alan Gerry.

Mr. Gerry was the founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Cablevision Industries Corporation. After nearly four decades in the cable television business, Mr. Gerry directed the nation’s largest privately owned cable company operating 64 cable systems in 18 states and employing more than 2,500 people. A true cable pioneer, Mr. Gerry built his first such “classic” cable television system in 1956 in Liberty, NY, where he still maintains his corporate offices.

Mr. Gerry will focus on his own “rags to riches” story of how he saw a need, built on his vision, made it happen and after his great success has given back to his community to help the local economy with his ventures such as Bethel Woods.

For more information, to become a sponsor or make reservations contact the Chamber office at (570) 296 – 8700 or online at www.pikechamber.com.

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