> What does your investment in the Chamber of Commerce get you?

What does your investment in the Chamber of Commerce get you?

There is a place for every business and professional person in the Windsor Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber provides the necessary channel through which action can be taken to improve and build the community. And, it develops constructive leadership in our community.

What does your investment in the Chamber of Commerce get you?

1. YOUR INVESTMENT helps the Chamber to be sure that there is individual incentive, initiative and freedom, and to be sure that the political, social and economic needs of the people within a community are met.

2. YOUR INVESTMENT gives you a new business partner, or a department of your business with top-flight business and professional men and women providing voluntary and willing committee or task force service people like yourself.

3. YOUR INVESTMENT gives you another pair of eyes. Eyes of specialized observers who maintain a watch on legislation, which affects every citizen of the community, and watching to be sure the "life quality" of the area be maintained.

4. YOUR INVESTMENT gives you another voice a "down to earth" voice of business, presenting "YOUR" views on legislation, taxes employment, trade, transportation and many other issues.

5. YOUR INVESTMENT gives you another pair of hands doing research, preparing letters, developing information, preparing publications, folders and pamphlets and telling the story of your market and your area.

6. YOUR INVESTMENT gives you an additional sales office. The staff and membership of the Chamber working as a voluntary group, tells the real story of YOUR community. They sell as they present facts and figures to potential new residents and businesses

7. YOUR INVESTMENT gives you a front office. The Chamber is a place where visitors gain their first impression of the soundness, and the hospitality of the community.

8. YOUR INVESTMENT helps the Chamber to be a central clearing house for community thought and action.

9. YOUR INVESTMENT enables the Chamber to help political leaders in every way possible to streamline and modernize local government machinery, and to assist government in its efforts to provide the necessary framework for community development.

10. YOUR INVESTMENT helps the Chamber carry out its yearly Program Of Work.

11. YOUR INVESTMENT helps the Chamber preserve and to strengthen the private enterprise economic system.

12. YOUR INVESTMENT helps to keep the Chamber working in the right areas to benefit your business.

13. YOUR INVESTMENT means the Chamber has the opportunity to do more and better things to help your business profit and examine new needs of the business community and expand our efforts in economic development and economic understanding.

14. YOUR INVESTMENT gives YOU the opportunity to let your feelings be known and get involved. The Chamber is active in many areas and your interests will probably fall in one of these areas.

15. YOUR INVESTMENT give you a stake in the community.

16. YOUR INVESTMENT is "plowed back" to yield manifold benefits in new industries, increased payrolls, health protection and safety legislation, business protection and community advancement.

17. YOUR INVESTMENT allows you to discharge your obligations to the community in which you live and/or earn a living, because everyone owes a debt of personal service to the community that cannot be paid-off in taxes.

18. YOUR INVESTMENT helps the Chamber protect and advance business through its broad program of work. This can only be done with your personal help and support.

19. YOUR INVESTMENT helps the Chamber unify the public spirit of our community and directs it into useful and constructive channels.

20. YOUR INVESTMENT helps the Chamber to create and express sound opinions on questions affecting the welfare of the whole community.

21. YOUR INVESTMENT helps the Chamber compete with other communities for new businesses and industries and payrolls.

22. YOUR INVESTMENT enables the Chamber to be a central over-all, voluntary organization and play a vital and essential role in the community's progress

23. YOUR INVESTMENT allows you and other members of the Chamber of Commerce team to make our community the kind of place you want it to be.

24. YOUR INVESTMENT supports the Chamber's role as a vehicle through which community problems may be identified and attacked, problems that defy solution by individual effort.


Events

Bridge-Builder Awards Reception
Jan 23 at Town Hall Council Chambers
Burgers & Brews
Jan 23 at The Tavern at Keney Park.. 171 Windsor Avenue Windsor CT 06095
Veterans Coffee Hour
4th Thursdays at Windsor Senior Center, 599 Matianuck Avenue, Windsor, CT
Lobster Fest
Jan 24 at The Tavern at Keney Park.. 171 Windsor Avenue Windsor CT 06095
Money Matters (& So Does Food)
Jan 25 at LP Wilson Community Center, 599 Matianuck Avenue
Sunday Brunch Buffet
Jan 26 at The Tavern at Keney Park, 171 Windsor Avenue, Windsor CT
Monday Morning Book Club
Jan 27 at Windsor Public Library
360FCU Business Summit 2020
Jan 28 at 360 Federal Credit Union, 191 Ella Grasso Turnpike, Windsor Locks
Learn to Crochet
Jan 28 at Windsor Public Library
Beer, Bourbon, Bacon Dinner
Jan 29 at The Tavern at Keney Park
Bring Your Gadgets to the Geeks
Jan 29 at Windsor Public Library
Red Door of Grace Food Pantry
Wednesdays at Grace Episcopal Church, 311 Broad St., Windsor, CT
Regional Legislative Breakfast
Jan 29 at DoubleTree Hotel, 16 Ella Grasso Turnpike, Windsor Locks CT 06096
Book Buzz Event
Jan 30 at Windsor Public Library
Burgers & Brews
Jan 30 at The Tavern at Keney Park.. 171 Windsor Avenue Windsor CT 06095
Beer, Wine, & Tavern Games Night
Jan 31 at Windsor Historical Society
Lobster Fest
Jan 31 at The Tavern at Keney Park.. 171 Windsor Avenue Windsor CT 06095
WWC Tag & Vendor Sale
Feb 1 at L.P. Wilson Community Center, 599 Matianuck Avenue, Wndsor
Sunday Brunch Buffet
Feb 2 at The Tavern at Keney Park, 171 Windsor Avenue, Windsor CT
Open Skate at Loomis Chaffee
Feb 2 at Loomis Chaffee Ice Rink - Island Road
Super Bowl Munchie Buffet
Feb 2 at The Tavern at Keney Park 171 Windsor Ave, Windsor CT 06095
Learn to Crochet
Feb 4 at Windsor Public Library
Transportation Committee Meeting
Feb 4 at Chamber office
Windsor Center Complete Street
Feb 4 at Windsor Station Apartments, 69 Mechanic St, Windsor
Blood Pressure Screenings
Feb 5 at Senior Center located at LP Wilson Community Center.
Bring Your Gadgets to the Geeks
Feb 5 at Windsor Public Library
Red Door of Grace Food Pantry
Wednesdays at Grace Episcopal Church, 311 Broad St., Windsor, CT
Windsor Business Connection
1st Wednesday at Hampton Inn, 2168 Poquonock Ave
Genealogy Support Group 2.6.20
Feb 6 at Windsor Historical Society
Talk It Up Toastmasters Meeting
1st & 3rd Thursdays at 175 Addison Road, Windsor, CT
HBG RPG nights at the Bean
Feb 8 at The Bean @ 226
Sunday Brunch Buffet
Feb 9 at The Tavern at Keney Park, 171 Windsor Avenue, Windsor CT
Open Skate at Loomis Chaffee
Feb 9 at Loomis Chaffee Ice Rink - Island Road
Cut the Cord
Feb 10 at Windsor Public Library
Job Application Appointments
Feb 10 at Windsor Public Library
Chamber Board of Directors meeting
Feb 11 at Chamber Office
Learn to Crochet
Feb 11 at Windsor Public Library
Tourism Committee Meeting
Feb 11 at Chamber office
Alzheimer's Support Group
2nd Wednesdays at Kimberly Hall North
Ambassadors Committee Meeting
Feb 12 at Chamber office
B.P. Educational Sessions.
Feb 12 at Windsor Town Hall
Bring Your Gadgets to the Geeks
Feb 12 at Windsor Public Library
Business After Hours
Feb 12 at TLD ACE Corporation, 805 Bloomfield Avenue in Windsor
Red Door of Grace Food Pantry
Wednesdays at Grace Episcopal Church, 311 Broad St., Windsor, CT
Valentines Day Dinner
Feb 14 at The Tavern at Keney Park 171 Windsor Ave, Windsor CT 06095
Sunday Brunch Buffet
Feb 16 at The Tavern at Keney Park, 171 Windsor Avenue, Windsor CT
Open Skate at Loomis Chaffee
Feb 16 at Loomis Chaffee Ice Rink - Island Road
Diabetic Support Group
Feb 18 at AP1, LP WIlson Community Center, 599 Matianuck Avenue, Windsor, CT
Learn to Crochet
Feb 18 at Windsor Public Library
Bring Your Gadgets to the Geeks
Feb 19 at Windsor Public Library
Red Door of Grace Food Pantry
Wednesdays at Grace Episcopal Church, 311 Broad St., Windsor, CT
Konmari Presentation
Feb 20 at Windsor Public Library
Programs Committee Meeting
3rd Thursday at Bart's Drive In, 55 Palisado Ave, Windsor
Talk It Up Toastmasters Meeting
1st & 3rd Thursdays at 175 Addison Road, Windsor, CT
Hot Lunch Program-60&Up
Weekdays at the Senior Center
Sunday Brunch Buffet
Feb 23 at The Tavern at Keney Park, 171 Windsor Avenue, Windsor CT
Open Skate at Loomis Chaffee
Feb 23 at Loomis Chaffee Ice Rink - Island Road
Monday Morning Book Club
Feb 24 at Windsor Public Library
Learn to Crochet
Feb 25 at Windsor Public Library
Bring Your Gadgets to the Geeks
Feb 26 at Windsor Public Library
Red Door of Grace Food Pantry
Wednesdays at Grace Episcopal Church, 311 Broad St., Windsor, CT
Job Application Appointments
Feb 27 at Windsor Public Library
Veterans Coffee Hour
4th Thursdays at Windsor Senior Center, 599 Matianuck Avenue, Windsor, CT
The Windsor Feud
Feb 29 at Windsor Town Hall
Sunday Brunch Buffet
Mar 1 at The Tavern at Keney Park, 171 Windsor Avenue, Windsor CT
Traditional and Modern Community Dan
Mar 1 at Windsor High School Cafeteria
Learn to Crochet
Mar 3 at Windsor Public Library
Transportation Committee Meeting
Mar 3 at Chamber office
Blood Pressure Screenings
Mar 4 at Senior Center located at LP Wilson Community Center.
Bring Your Gadgets to the Geeks
Mar 4 at Windsor Public Library
Red Door of Grace Food Pantry
Wednesdays at Grace Episcopal Church, 311 Broad St., Windsor, CT
Windsor Business Connection
1st Wednesday at Hampton Inn, 2168 Poquonock Ave
Windsor Center Complete Street 2
Mar 4 at Jim's Pizza, 124 Poquonock Ave
Talk It Up Toastmasters Meeting
1st & 3rd Thursdays at 175 Addison Road, Windsor, CT
HBG RPG nights at the Bean
Mar 7 at The Bean @ 226
Irish Step Dancing Performance
Mar 7 at Windsor Public Library
Sunday Brunch Buffet
Mar 8 at The Tavern at Keney Park, 171 Windsor Avenue, Windsor CT
Traditional and Modern Community Dan
Mar 8 at Windsor High School Cafeteria
Cut the Cord
Mar 9 at Windsor Public Library
Job Application Appointments
Mar 9 at Windsor Public Library
Art Demonstration
Mar 10 at L.P. Wilson Community Center
Chamber Board of Directors meeting
Mar 10 at Chamber Office
Jolly Beggars
Mar 10 at Windsor Public Library
Learn to Crochet
Mar 10 at Windsor Public Library
Tourism Committee Meeting
Mar 10 at Chamber office
Alzheimer's Support Group
2nd Wednesdays at Kimberly Hall North
Ambassadors Committee Meeting
Mar 11 at Chamber office
B.P. Educational Sessions
Mar 11 at Windsor Town Hall
Bring Your Gadgets to the Geeks
Mar 11 at Windsor Public Library
Business After Hours
Mar 11 at Union Street Tavern, 20 Union Street
Red Door of Grace Food Pantry
Wednesdays at Grace Episcopal Church, 311 Broad St., Windsor, CT
Taste of Windsor
Mar 14 at Loomis Chaffee School
Sunday Brunch Buffet
Mar 15 at The Tavern at Keney Park, 171 Windsor Avenue, Windsor CT
Traditional and Modern Community Dan
Mar 15 at Windsor High School Cafeteria
Diabetic Support Group
Mar 17 at AP1, LP WIlson Community Center, 599 Matianuck Avenue, Windsor, CT
Learn to Crochet
Mar 17 at Windsor Public Library
Bring Your Gadgets to the Geeks
Mar 18 at Windsor Public Library
Red Door of Grace Food Pantry
Wednesdays at Grace Episcopal Church, 311 Broad St., Windsor, CT
Programs Committee Meeting
3rd Thursday at Bart's Drive In, 55 Palisado Ave, Windsor
Talk It Up Toastmasters Meeting
1st & 3rd Thursdays at 175 Addison Road, Windsor, CT
Chinese Paper Cutting
Mar 21 at Windsor Public Library
Hot Lunch Program-60&Up
Weekdays at the Senior Center
Mary's Place Wine Tasting
Mar 21 at Farmington Gardens; 999 Farmington Ave, Farmington CT 06032
Sunday Brunch Buffet
Mar 22 at The Tavern at Keney Park, 171 Windsor Avenue, Windsor CT
Traditional and Modern Community Dan
Mar 22 at Windsor High School Cafeteria
Monday Morning Book Club
Mar 23 at Windsor Public Library