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4 Reasons to Shop Local
Why is shopping local important? What good does it do for you and your community? Supporting local businesses may not be the most cost-efficient way to shop, but it has more benefits than shopping at nationally owned business. If you want money to be spent for a greater cause, then you should shop local. Here are four reasons why you should shop local:   1. Local businesses strengthen local economy- When you purchase products from a locally owned business rather than a nationally owned,... Read More
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When we think of gifts, we automatically assume of a box with shiny wrapping paper and a bow on top. Even though it’s fun to tear apart wrapping paper, sometimes the best gifts can’t fit in a box to be wrapped up. Instead of giving a material gift, give the gift of experience. Your money is better spent on an adventure than any object. Here are 7 themed ideas to help you pick out the best gift of experience. 1. Hotel-  Booking a one-night stay in a hotel room is great for new... Read More
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Come and hear 1st Class Travel talk about the 2020 Alumni and friends trip to Greece and its islands! The departure date for this trip is September 3, 2020 and lasts an amazing 14 days!!  Everyone is welcome to Join us!  Discover the magnificent ruins of ancient Greece and bask in the brilliance of the Mediterranean. This comprehensive journey explores Greece's most important ancient monuments, including the famed Temple of Zeus, the archaeological site of Olympia and ancient artifa... Read More
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1. Engage- Members of the Cape Chamber can take full advantage of their membership by attending events, participating on committees, and engaging in network opportunities. Another way to engage with the Cape Chamber is to connect with us on social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram. Participating in person or online is a great way to show your support the Chamber. 2. Visit businesses that are members- The Chamber Directory is an easy way to find restaurants, entertainment, or pr... Read More
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1. Networking- The Chamber offers many ways for members to build relationships with new clients and customers. Building connections through networking will lead you to opportunities to achieve your career goals. Networking events include First Friday Coffee, Business After Hours, chamber committees, special events, and chamber annual dinner. Around 300 members regularly attend First Friday Coffee, which is located at the Isle Casino Event Center. 2. Ribbon cutting- Organizations celebrati... Read More
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1. Contrary to the name, the Cape Chamber of Commerce is not located inside a cryptic catacomb. The Chamber’s headquarters is based at 220 North Fountain Street in Cape and is very much open to the public Monday through Friday. Inside the office, you will be greeted with friendly smiles and local memorabilia like T-shirts and magnets available for purchase. Two meeting rooms are also located inside the building, which are available to rent for members at a discounted rate.  2. T... Read More
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