The Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce is a regional, membership-based business organization dedicated to preserving and strengthening the Valley’s business environment and quality of life by providing programs and services that promote civic, social, business and economic growth and development.
The Chamber serves nearly 800 member businesses, representing over 25,000 employees in the Susquehanna Valley four-county area of Snyder, Union, Northumberland and Montour counties in Pennsylvania.
Pictured L to R: Michelle Morgan, GSV Chamber Ambassador; Malcolm Derk, Snyder County Commissioner; Pat Marolo, GSV Chamber Ambassador; Brad Niemiec, Owner; Tonya Lauver, Owner; Joe Kantz, Snyder County Commissioner; Aaron Lauver, Owner; Bob Garrett, GSV Chamber President/CEO; Meghan Beck, Owner; Terry Specht, City Clerk of Sunbury; Representative Lynda Schlegel Culver, 108th District; Representative Fred Keller, 85th District; Ted Hartley, GSV Chamber Ambassador
On Thursday, November 6, 2014, the Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce celebrated with the staff and family of Dirt Cheap Surplus in Sunbury as they cut the ribbon to their new business. There is something for everyone at Dirt Cheap Surplus, with new merchandise arriving weekly. Whether you are looking for windows, cabinets, outdoor furniture, household items, toys, sporting goods and more, you will find it at Dirt Cheap Surplus. Visit their website at www.dirtcheapsurplus.com.
Where are we? The Chamber travels out and about to take a fun, informational picture at a Chamber member location each month. Members are then be able to guess our location to win a PRIZE and be recognized at our next monthly meeting. Entries are now being accepted unti Thursday, October 16, 2014. Send your entries to Jenny Wentz at email@example.com.