The Orange County Chamber of Commerce would like to announce the relocation of their main office and the opening of an additional satellite office. The main office, previously located at 40 Matthews Street in Goshen, will now be located in the Village of Maybrook. “We are so pleased to be finding a new home at the historic John Blake House in Maybrook. We will have our own building to welcome visitors which will also allow us to offer office space to our members who may need a place to work and run their business,” stated chamber President & CEO, Heather Bell-Meyer.
In addition to the new main office location, the Orange County Chamber of Commerce will now have a satellite office at 380 Broadway in the City of Newburgh. The single office space is made possible by generous donation from William A. Smith & Son, Inc. who has been a long-time supporter of the Orange County Chamber of Commerce. “As a family business which started in Newburgh in 1928. The Orange County Chamber has been an invaluable resource for us to meet other business owners, grow our business, and learn more about issues in our County that other business owners have and stay involved,” said Jack Smith, William A. Smith & Son, Inc.
This satellite office will be open on Mondays beginning mid-December and additionally by appointment based on the needs of the community. The chamber will be hosting a ribbon cutting to mark the occasion for this satellite office on December 14 at 4 p.m., all are welcome to attend.