The Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce is a proactive partnership of businesses whose mission is to support the success of member organizations by promoting a favorable business climate and by providing leadership, business and professional development and promoting, coordinating and facilitating shared services initiatives in Hunterdon County. The Chamber sees its role in the promotion of tourism as a primary responsibility toward maintaining vitality in its municipalities and among its business. JOIN NOW or call (908) 782-7115.
The Chamber seeks a DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
The Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce seeks a Director of Business Development. This is a full-time position with the primary responsibility to sell membership, sponsorships, services and programs of the Chamber to member and non-member firms. Read More...
Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce is a vital organization. Its committee activity, programs and involvement in county-wide business promotion speak for itself.
On these web pages you will have an opportunity to view and sign up for activities and programs that benefit your company. You will find links to other important organizations and services throughout the county. You can read the newsletters the Chamber publishes and decide if you'd like to be on the subscription list. And finally, there's often fun to be had at one of our Card Clubs or other more social happenings in which you might want to participate.
May 2013 Newsletter
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April 2013 Newsletter
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The Real Value of Joining a Local Chamber of Commerce
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Visitors delight in the county's museums, colonial and Victorian homes, its taverns and restaurants, its bread-and-breakfast inns and hotels. Shopping opportunities attract tourists to outlet centers like Flemington's Liberty Village to the charming main street communities along the Delaware and the South Branch of the Raritan, with antique shops, boutiques and specialty stores offering a wealth of collectibles, crafts, furniture and other unique creations.
Music is everywhere. You can find performances by symphony orchestras, chamber groups and live music in many styles - contemporary, jazz, bluegrass, folk, country. Theatregoers enjoy community theater presentations, area high school productions, and the world's leading performers in comedy, music, dance and drama often appear at Raritan Valley Community College's beautiful theater. Hunterdon Hills Playhouse, a professional dinner theater, draws crowds from New Jersey and beyond. An annual reenactment of the Lindbergh trial draws audiences to a replay of the 'Trial of the Century,' originally held in Flemington in 1935.
Every pleasant weekend seems to bring hundreds of bicyclists to Hunterdon's rural roads, trout and bass fishermen to our streams and reservoirs, canoeists, tubers and rafters to the river towns along the Delaware and Raritan Rivers, and, of course, golfers to one of the county's golf courses, including the new links-style course in High Bridge. Horse shows and polo matches, baseball games, picnicking, swimming, even scuba-diving in the depths of Round Valley reservoir. (It's pretty cold down there, so bring your wetsuit even in the summer.)
From Cushetunk Mountain Nature Preserve to the Musconetcong River Reservation, from the Wescott Nature Preserve to the Hunterdon County Arboretum, from the Beaver Brook Golf Course to the Sourland Nature Preserve, Hunterdon has cliffs, rivers, streams, forests, fields, and marshes for all kinds of recreational enjoyment. Bald eagles are regularly spotted, along with dozens of exotic species of hawks and other raptors. The Hunterdon County Park system contains more than 4,700 acres in 18 areas, and sponsors dozens of nature walks, canoe trips and educational programs.
The listing of Chamber Members begins on page 52 of the Hunterdon Living Magazine. Click on the magazine cover below to view the magazine online.
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Explore Hunterdon County
Exploring Hunterdon is a big endeavor. 430+ square miles and 26 municipalities of beauty, productivity and preservation. The county has much to offer.