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We asked our members to let us know, what are some of the best benefits they receive from being a chamber member…

It’s wonderful to have opportunities to network with community members that share the same desire to create a better business climate! 

The Black Dog Coffee Company

Jennifer Maghan Bircher

We appreciate the list of members on the website. When we need a referral for a service we can go to this list and recommend other members.

Nichols DeHaven & Associates CPA LLC

Kelly Parsons

The best benefits of being a chamber member are the opportunities to network with business owners and learn about various businesses and organizations in our community. 

Jefferson County Development Authority

Lyn Goodwin

A benefit of being a chamber member is having the ability to be more involved within the community we work and hope to continue to work closely with.

DMV Chimney & Masonry Repair, LLC

J. Kelly

Benefits of being a chamber member are great networking opportunities, notification when new members join and Leadership Jefferson! 

Brackens Painting, LLC

Kevin Brackens

The diversity of networking opportunities is excellent. Trainings and educational sessions are helpful. 

Shenandoah Community Health

Tina Burns

The people and the knowledge. I like being around successful people and I like learning about what they do and more about our community.

Long & Foster Realtor

Patti Sherwood

Getting to know about new businesses, their people and services. Getting updates about programs. services and events that highlight good business relationships; Administrative Professional Day (Right Hands Day), Teacher of the Year (New Teachers Welcome Lunch) and Leadership Jefferson are good examples.

Jefferson County Sheriff

Pete Dougherty

Local recognition is what I get. Getting involved on a face to face level allows me to grow my business at a local level even though I work for a large corporation. 

Effectv – A Comcast Company

Jackie Fearnow

The opportunity to promote our business at chamber events and the opportunity to network with our peers.


Kim Himes

Networking and leads to new business.

Chick-Fil-A at Ranson

June Hendricks

Information source for community and member activities. Sponsorship and networking opportunities. 

Valley Health-Employer Health

Mary Kathryn Robinson

Making connections with other business leaders in the community; Increased awareness of community businesses/services; Chamber as a resource for local and state issues as well as various other issues impacting the community. 

Panhandle Home Health, Inc.

Lisa Bivens

Mixing and mingling with businesses I might not normally be exposed to. 

MVB/Intercoastal Mortgage

Eric Stenger

Meeting community leaders and other business leaders that I would not normally run into during my work day. Networking opportunities that can always lead to potential clients, or they may have a product or service I may need in the future. 

Big Beard Decking

Harold Spencer

Meeting and becoming an active business and partner in the community. Building relationships and lasting partnerships.

Blossman Gas

Jennifer Mahoney