Skip To Content

Supporting Business: Local Chambers of Commerce

More and more people are leaving their 9 to 5 jobs and taking an entrepreneurial approach to life.

In Virginia, business is booming and businesses can count on local Chambers of Commerce to

help support them in their growth. If you’re a business owner, you should seriously consider

joining your local chamber of commerce. Leverage the knowledge of other business owners

while you make new contacts and get exposure for your business.


Benefits to Joining a Chamber of Commerce


*Build relationships with other business owners and community leaders. People do

business with people they know, like and trust. Joining a Chamber of Commerce can help

you build the relationships that you need to grow your business. You can share your ideas

with one another and form a mutually beneficial relationship where you can help others

build their businesses, too.

*Get better visibility for your business. Chambers of Commerce can provide you with

business listings and marketing directly to targeted audiences of business decision

makers. Participating in Chamber events can help get your name out in the community

you serve.

*Gain knowledge. Learn about industry trends and local business news first to help you

stay ahead of your competition. Many Chambers of Commerce provide business

communications and resources to keep you in the know.


Local Chambers of Commerce and Their Events


Prince William Chamber of Commerce

*Government Contracting Breakfast: Local Procurement – On July 28 at the Holiday Inn-

Quantico Center, the Chamber will hold a breakfast. Members and guests will hear from

directors of procurement for Prince William and Fairfax Counties about how to get a

company on their radar.

*Ribbon Cutting: ImagiNation Learning Center – On July 28 from 4 to 5 p.m., celebrate

the new location of ImagiNation Learning Center in Gainesville with the Chamber.


The Fauquier Chamber

*Business Connection Luncheon – On July 28, Chamber members can enjoy joint

networking with the Marshall Business and Residents Association.

*Piedmont Harvest Fest – On September 10 at the Fauquier Fair Grounds, business owners

can connect with potential customers by offering fun and educational events. This event

is free and open to the public, so there will be networking opportunities abound.


Greater Warrenton Chamber of Commerce

*The GWCC TechTeam – This group meets August 4 and the first Thursday of every

month at the Inn, Spa and Manor House in Warrenton. They have a shared interest and

networking group with a focus on technology. You can network with others as you learn

about mobile devices, applications, tools, emerging technologies, security, social media,

marketing tools and other technological aides for your business.

*Friday Networking Group – This group meets August 5 and every first and third Friday at

the Bistro on the Hill in Warrenton. This is a traditional style networking group that

allows one participant per business category. They are actively seeking new members.

This is only a small sampling of what local Chambers of Commerce have to offer. For more

information, visit your local Chamber’s website.


Would you like more information on local businesses and communities? Contact The Colgan

Team. We’d be happy to share our extensive knowledge so you can make an informed decision

when it’s time for your next move!


Chris Colgan is the CEO and Team Leader of the Chris Colgan Real Estate Team. Chris was

born and raised in Gainesville, Virginia and has been in real estate for 10 years. He is a member

of the Re/Max Hall of Fame and is in the top 25 for sales in the state of Virginia out of all

Re/Max agents. He has been recognized as one of the United States’ and Canada’s Top 500

Marketing Experts by the National Association of Expert Advisors.

Trackback from your site.

Leave a Reply