Don’t miss the opportunity to promote your business to residents and business owners

July 12, 2018 | Membership Tips

Dear Chamber Member, The Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce has partnered with Town Square Publications to produce our Community Map. This publication will help you market your business directly to area business owners, neighborhood residents and visitors. The Community Map is a remarkable advertising tool, highly visible and is a publication that businesses and residents keep on hand for easy reference. In addition, the Community Map will be replicated online via the Chamber’s website and Town Square’s National Profile Network, further extending the exposure of your advertising message and increasing your search engine optimization. Don’t miss the opportunity to promote your business to residents and business owners!  Our representative from Town Square Publications is Larry Henry. You may reach him by completing the information here and faxing it to Larry at (800) 621-0256, call him at (618) 201-4135 or…

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Healthcare/CSA Committee Selling Raffle Tickets for Student Scholarships

July 10, 2018 | Community Service

The Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce’s Healthcare & Community Service Agency Committee is selling raffle tickets now through August 2nd to raise money for local high school student college scholarships. The prize consists of various gift cards totaling a value over $500. Gift cards include but are not limited to Buffalo Wild Wings, The Beast, Red Lobster, The Abbey, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Grimm & Gorly, Cracker Barrel, Panera, Outback Steakhouse & more. Tickets are one for $5 or five for $20. The drawing will take place on August 2 at Business After Hours. Need not be present to win. To purchase your ticket, you can stop in at the Chamber or call 618-233-2015.

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Visit the Old Town Farmer’s Market for the Freshest Produce

July 03, 2018 | Events

The Old Town Farmer’s Market provides some of the freshest, healthiest and sweetest tasting fruits and vegetables around the St. Louis area. Located at the First Block of South Charles in Downtown Belleville between Grimm & Gorly and Papa Vitos every Saturday May through November 3rd from 7:30 am until noon. The farmer’s market provides the city of Belleville with the freshest foods. Each week the selection varies as they only sell locally grown produce, ensuring that their customers are only receiving the best of the best! Not only does the market supply fresh produce, they also provide entertainment for everyone in the family. A live musical performance featured every weekend from 9 am until noon gives everyone a chance to embrace the music. The farmer’s market also includes several children’s activities brought together through…

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The Ambassador Club of the Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce honors Roy-el Catering with June 2018 Commitment to Community Award

June 21, 2018 | Commitment to Community

The Commitment to Community Award is presented quarterly to a Chamber Member who demonstrates a commitment to improving the quality of life for residents and/or businesses in the greater Belleville area. The Ambassadors are honored to present this quarter’s award to Roy-el Catering. Roy-el Catering began as a small food catering service specializing in grilled and barbecued meats in 1987. Originally founded by Quentin and Sherry Nungesser, the company has grown into a thriving family business with the support of their son, Marty and daughter, Brea. Since their introduction, the catering company has become a staple to the greater Belleville area serving events big and small including weddings, birthdays and corporate events and now serving customers in their new restaurant, The Country Cafe, located at the St. Clair County Event Center in Belleville. One way…

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Chamber Welcomes Summer Interns

June 13, 2018 | Volunteer Opportunities

The Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed two Lindenwood University-Belleville students into their summer Marketing and Public Relations internship program. Both students have worked diligently to showcase their work ethic, drive and talents throughout the past few weeks. Our first intern, Clayton Nickerson is a third year student at Lindenwood University – Belleville where he is pursuing a degree in Mass Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations and Advertising. He is from Troy, Illinois where he has lived his whole life. Throughout his life Clayton has been an avid football player, eventually playing for the Lindenwood football team. While in college Clayton took up acting and delved deeper into the humanities division. He hopes to one day work for a production company doing PR and marketing. Our second intern, Roger Blake recently graduated from Lindenwood University – Belleville with a degree in Communications and…

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