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Network with us at a special holiday event!

The next Chamber Business After Hours is Tuesday, Dec. 11, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Sliders of New Boston, 737 River Road, New Boston.

There will be a cash bar, and light refreshments will be served.

In lieu of payment for the event ($10 or $15), we will be collecting unwrapped toys for the Toys for Tots program that night and will have a Marine at the event to speak and collect the toys.

We will also be collecting non perishable foods to donate to the local food pantry.

Please RSVP here or on our Facebook page.


Member News

SLIDERS OF NEW BOSTON: Breakfast with the Grinch, Sunday, Dec. 16. Three seatings: 8 a.m., 9:15 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. $7.99 for kids (2-9) and $13.99 for adults. Call today for your reservation: 384-2745.

COWBOY JOE’S GIFT DESIGNER: Supplies have been ordered for yummy fudge  and other goodies for your holiday celebrations. Be sure to order yours early. There is also a special free drawing being held through Dec. 12 for Red Silk Roses in a lovely tall glass vase. Stop by the store at 903 South Stark Hwy in Weare (store hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday), call them at 603-325-2752 or visit them on Facebook.

THE VILLAGE TRESTLE: Get ready for the Ugly Sweater Party and Toy Drive on Dec. 8. There will be live music by Brickyard. There is no cover but please bring a gift for a less fortunate child to open on Christmas morning. All donations stay local, in either Goffstown or Dunbarton. Prize for Ugliest Sweater! Follow them on Facebook for their daily menu and drink specials and up-to-date list of upcoming entertainment.

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  • Intellectual Property Workshop Oct. 30, 2018: Eastern Bank, Palomino Lane, Bedford, NH at 6 p.m. This workshop will cover the basic intellectual property concepts that small businesses should know. If you’ve created something – a logo, a trademark, a better mousetrap – you should protect it. Join SCORE Mentor, Gerald Peake, Esq. for this important discussion of how to ensure ...
  • SCORE’s Transaction Planning 101 Workshop Nov. 13, 2018: Concord Chamber of Commerce, 49 S. Main Street, Concord, NH at 6 p.m. Whether you are buying, selling, or otherwise transferring ownership of a business, our partners at Orr and Reno will be on hand to help you learn how to prepare for the best possible outcome. Transitions are complicated, but SCORE can help you sort ...
  • Tax Basics for Small Business Owners Nov. 14, 2018: Rivier University, Sylvia Trottier Hall, Room 230, Clement Street, Nashua, NH at 6 p.m. Learn how to tackle your taxes from our friends at Melanson Heath. The tax experts will cover an overview of both federal and NH taxes, why entity selection matters, how to keep good books, what’s deductible, and how crossing state ...
  • SCORE Presents The Artist as Entrepreneur Dec. 5, 2018: Concord Chamber of Commerce, 49 S. Main Street, Concord, NH at 6 p.m. Join acclaimed local artist Ann Trainor Domingue and SCORE for a discussion on the balancing act between being an artist and being an entrepreneur. Ann will tell you about her journey, what she’s learned along the way, and what she sees as ways ...

BIA News

  • BIA: NH’s energy crisis is a job killer A new article in NH Journal says state officials are worried energy prices will cost NH new jobs and future growth. They say electric rates are the top reason employers have moved out and there is no sign of improving. BEA Commissioner Caswell says there’s a disconnect between economic needs and what people will accept.
  • BIA: Vacation pay bill bad for businesses and employees BIA is opposing a bill requiring employers to pay workers for unused vacation time. SVP David Juvet tells NHBR the state shouldn’t make decisions for employers on what benefits their business needs. A Union Leader editorial says the bill attempts to “micromanage” NH businesses.

Join today

There is no better time than now to join or renew your Chamber membership. Membership fees are just $100 annually for businesses, or $75 for nonprofits.  To join, fill out the Membership form and submit it. If you do not wish to pay online, there is an option to mail a check.


According to the BIA: Chamber membership boosts reputation

Did You Know: businesses that belong to a chamber of commerce enjoy a bump in their reputation of up to 68%? A Schapiro Group study also finds businesses that advertise on chamber websites & newsletters see a 157% increase in clicks. The TriTown Chamber is a member of the BIA, which is the state’s Chamber of Commerce. As such, each member of the TriTown Chamber has access to the BIA and all of its benefits. For more from the BIA , click here.