WHAT CAN THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE DO FOR YOU?
There are many direct benefits in joining the Chamber, such as:
- Your business listed in the Area Guide, with 12,000 copies printed and distributed in State Welcome Centers, mailed nationally, and available on the Chamber website in pdf with hotlinks to your website
- Your business listed on this website (over 150,000 visitors annually, with over 520,000 page views)
- Your business brochure available in the Woodstock Visitor Center and at the booth on The Green, with 45,000 in-person visits annually
- Advertising opportunities, including sponsorship of events
- Group non-profit advertising rates in local publications
- Direct referrals by our office staff for information requests made by phone or email
- Member-only discounts at a number of local shops and businesses
- Discount rates for dental and vision insurance
- Ribbon-cutting events for new members
- The opportunity to host and attend mixers
In addition, the Chamber of Commerce offers state and local representation at the State House in Montpelier, through the Vermont Chamber of Commerce, and before Woodstock Boards and Committees.
What does the Chamber do for Woodstock?
The Woodstock Area Chamber of Commerce organizes
the Pasta Supper for the Covered Bridges Half Marathon
Market on The Green
the Taste of Woodstock
the Woodstock Art Festival
and Sidewalk Sale Days
It coordinates Wassail and supports Bookstock, and is a partner in the Woodstock Trails Map.
By phone: (802) 457-3555
By email: [email protected]
In person: 3 Mechanic Street, Woodstock VT. Monday-Friday 9am - 5pm.
Board of Directors
Isabelle Chicoine, Co-President, The Woodstocker B&B
Ray Bourgeois, Co-President, Rotary Club
Rick Reno, Secretary, The Woodstock Inn & Resort
Charlotte Hollingsworth, Ardmore Inn
Kurt Lessard, The Worthy Group
Brenda Blakeman, First Impressions
Ryan Tremblay, Bar Harbor Bank
Patricia Eames, Clover Gift Shop
Kim Smith, 37 Central, Red Wagon Toy Co.