• Have you booked a Chamber Mixer yet?
    Whether you are launching a new business or promotion, showing off a new space, have a new product, or simply want to throw a festive after-hours celebration, hosting a monthly Chamber Mixer is an informal way to gather people together for casual networking.
    The Chamber works with members to ensure that mixers are fun and successful!
    To book your own business mixer, contact chamber office today.
     
     
    Need more information before making the leap? Review our Chamber's Mixer Guidelines packet.
     

     
     
  • Chamber Office Hours

    The Chamber office is open Monday - Thursday from 9am - 3pm. These hours are subject to change based on the Chamber schedule.
    The office is closed on Fridays, and holidays.
    Contact Chamber office via email HERE.

    Changes to VACE insurance
    This is just a snapshot of the most recent changes to the Insurance products offered through FCRCC.
    There will be changes to both Dental and Vision plans beginning in January 2024.
    For details and a packet outlining said changes sent to you, please contact the office.

     

     

  • Snapshot of the Chamber

    Originally created in the 1880s as the St. Albans Board of Trade, the Franklin County Regional Chamber of Commerce has long supported the commercial, economic and cultural growth of this picturesque Northeast region. Early, humble initiatives, such as the distribution of the 1930 pamphlet “Picturesque St. Albans, Vermont’s Best Paved City in New England,” helped launch the area’s reputation as a vacation destination. Region-wide children’s x-ray programs and public adult education courses in shorthand and typing strengthened the local work forces of the time. In the late 1940’s the Chamber even tried its hand at a beauty pageant, complete with a swimsuit competition and a concert presented by the high school band. The “Annual Maple Syrup Festival” stood the test of time. Now independently managed, today’s Vermont Maple Festival is a must-do event, bringing thousands of visitors to Franklin County every spring.

    Our community’s success remains a top Chamber priority. The Franklin County Regional Chamber of Commerce provides members with simple, yet essential resources and benefits with which to strengthen and grow individual businesses and in turn, our local economy. Your Chamber is a go-to resource, whether you are a new resident, looking for business information or recommendations from among our members, or simply looking for something to do in our beautiful community. The Franklin County Regional Chamber of Commerce is here to help YOU!

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