The 2017 Downtown Hazleton Classic Car Cruise-In will take place in Downtown Hazleton on Friday, August 4th (rain date August 11th) from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The Cruise-In, coordinated by the Downtown Committee of the Greater Hazleton Chamber of Commerce, is sponsored by Hazleton Auto Trade Association. “The Hazleton Auto Trade Association is excited to partner with the Greater Hazleton Chamber of Commerce for this year’s car cruise” stated Matt DePrimo of Barber Ford, president of the association. “Together the association members have had over 250 years of membership with the chamber. We understand the importance of a strong chamber in our community and look forward to the opportunity to bring a family friendly event that also represents a chance for us to showcase our individual businesses. We hope to see you all for a fun summer evening.”
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We are all moved into our new office space!!!!
8 West Broad Street
(We didn't move far...right next to our old office!)
You can enter our office from Broad Street or if you enter the Hayden Tower you can take the elevator to the Mezzanine Level and follow the signs!
All other contact information remains the same.
If you are in the area, stop in and say HI! We will give you the full tour or for a full visual tour check out our post on our Facebook page. @greaterhazletonchamber
The Greater Hazleton Chamber of Commerce is offering a seminar entitled Updating and Creating Web Content & How to Write a Press Release on Wednesday, July 26th. The Greater Hazleton Chamber of Commerce is offering a seminar entitled Updating and Creating Web Content & How to Write a Press Release on Wednesday, July 26th.
Maria Jacketti, CEO of Mountain Laurel Copywriting and Content Creation will take workshop participants through the basics of writing web copy and creating press releases. Jacketti will teach participants how to create tone and the appropriate writing style specific for the audience for each project. She will underscore the fact that good writers must become chameleons, continuously adapting to the needs of diverse audiences and projects.
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The Greater Hazleton Chamber of Commerce Women’s Networking Committee is holding their fourth in a series of woman’s networking luncheon programs for 2017 Tuesday, July 25th from 12 noon to 1 pm at Martin’s Restaurant located at 301 E. Broad Street in West Hazleton. The event is being sponsored by Fyzical Therapy & Balance Center and it is open for any woman to attend. The Greater Hazleton Chamber of Commerce Women’s Networking Committee is holding their fourth in a series of woman’s networking luncheon programs for 2017 Tuesday, July 25th from 12 noon to 1 pm at Martin’s Restaurant located at 301 E. Broad Street in West Hazleton. The event is being sponsored by Fyzical Therapy & Balance Center and it is open for any woman to attend.
The program will begin promptly at 12 noon and will include lunch. Our guest speaker is Julie Burger, Sales Manager for Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram at Berger Family Dealerships.She will present on what women should know when it comes to the basics of car maintenance and service and tips and tricks that can use when purchasing or leasing a vehicle.
Dooprize drawings including, a free lunch for the next program and the opportunity to give an introduction of your business at the event will be drawn. Women are encouraged to bring along promotional items, such as business cards, brochures, giveaways, etc. to display on our business resource table.
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The Downtown Hazleton Farmer's Market will kick off its sixth year this Friday, July 14th and continue every Friday through September 1st. The market hours are 10 am to 2 pm. The market will take place at the corner of Broad and Laurel Streets along the new city park.
This year’s vendors include Burger’s Farm Market, offering fresh produce along with their famous sweet corn; Sugar & Loaf Bakery, offering homemade breads and other baked goods, Keiner’s Nursery & Apiary, offering plants, locally produced honey, and other honey-made products; and the Butler Township Community Garden (“Growing Markets” program), offering all organic produce. Other vendors include the PSU Master Gardeners, who will be on hand to answer all your gardening questions. Several special events are also planned, including free cooking demonstrations featuring local seasonal produce (hosted by the Commission on Economic Opportunity-CEO), as well as entertainment and guest vendors who will be offering special services.
Friday will feature a special kickoff for market and will include DJ Tony Pacelli, who will be spinning tunes from 11 am to 1:30 pm for your lunchtime enjoyment. A ribbon cutting will take place at 10 am with Hazleton Mayor Jeff Cusat in order to celebrate the market opening. The Chamber of Commerce operates the market with the support of the Downtown Hazleton Alliance for Progress. Anyone interested in learning more about the market should contact the Chamber at 570-455-1509.