Digital Articles - Lancaster Chamber of Commerce

July 2021

Welcome New Members – June 2021

Chamber Updates

We are grateful for the many businesses choosing to invest with us and our mission! Summer is heating up, and so is the business community helping to make our economy grow and thrive. We’re excited to welcome businesses in Lancaster County who have become Members and Partners with us at the Lancaster Chamber in June […]

Heather Valudes Named “Certified Chamber Executive”

Chamber Updates

Heather Valudes, Vice President at the Lancaster Chamber, has been designated as a Certified Chamber Executive (CCE) by ACCE, the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives. ACCE is an association based in Alexandria, Va., that has over 1,600 chambers of commerce and related business and economic development organizations as members, representing more than 9,000 professionals […]

NEW: Summer EXPO Magazine Just Launched

Chamber Updates

We’re excited to launch our new Summer 2021 EXPO publication full of local businesses and services for you to source from, connect with, and support! We sent this magazine out to all of our Members and community leaders, while also turning it into a digital publication you can read right now. Enjoy this collection of […]

NEW: 149th Annual Dinner On September 16

Chamber Updates

Are you ready to celebrate? Don’t miss our 149th Annual Dinner Experience on September 16! It will feature a virtual keynote by organizational psychologist and best-selling author Adam Grant, our annual business award presentation, and more! Our Annual Dinner Experience will be a hybrid event at Clipper Magazine Stadium, with options to attend in-person or watch […]

YPN: How Museums Are Surprising Economic Engines

Local Stories

Cover photo – LancasterHistory museum Story written by Robin Sarratt, Vice President of LancasterHistory Lancaster is a bustling town with lots to offer; it’s a welcoming community to someone coming from elsewhere; it’s imbued with a strong entrepreneurial spirit; and it’s steeped in American history. In fact, you see Lancastrian history almost everywhere you look. […]