Perkiomen Valley Chamber Opens Its New Office
CUTTING ITS OWN RIBBON – The Perkiomen Valley Chamber of Commerce, which has been known to assist owners of new businesses in the Valley cut their grand-opening ribbons, took on that same duty for itself Friday (July 19, 2019). An estimated 100 chamber members and community leaders, including 24th District state Sen. Bob Mensch, reportedly gathered at the chamber’s new offices – 521 W. Main St., Suite 103, in Trappe PA – to help officially throw its doors open to the public. Ahead of the celebration, workers were putting finishing touches including signage outside (at top) and inside the space. Everything was ready days before guests arrived to tour the facility, enjoy catered dishes served up by Pink Moose Cafe and, of course, do a little networking. The chamber for 60 years has been the recognized voice of and advocate for businesses in Collegeville, Limerick, Lower Frederick, Lower Providence, Perkiomen, Skippack, Schwenksville, Trappe, Oaks, and Upper Providence. For more information, call it at 610-489-6660.
Photo from the Perkiomen Valley Chamber of Commerce via Facebook