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    The Fort Lee Regional Chamber of Commerce

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  • Thank You To Our Supporting Sponsors

    Supporting Sponsors are members who paid one to three years' membership dues in advance. 
    This allows us to continue to operate, without burdening members who are experiencing severe financial difficulties due to the pandemic. 
    We very much appreciate our Supporting Sponsors, who have strengthened and galvanized our Chamber and all its’ members.

  • "The New Normal" - We Are Here For You! Reopening

    Dear Members and Friends in the Community,

    The Governor has given the "green light" for reopening to "Nonessential" businesses, outdoor dining and indoor dining at 25% capacity, hair salons & barbers, nail salons, beaches and even casinos.  Gyms are only to have 1-on-1 appointments at this point.  (For Guidelines on Reopening, Click the "Covid-19" tab at the top of the page and then click in "US Chamber Guide."). We are getting back to work slowly and hopefully safely.  Masks and "distancing" are going to be a part of our lives for a while.  And though I find masks annoying and hard to speak with, I will wear them and am thankful to have them - they are a minor inconvenience for the gift of staying healthy.  Please, wear your mask, stay 6 feet apart, and let's keep that curve flattened!



    It seems to me that people are focusing on reopening and getting back to work, and less interested in meeting via zoom. We usually have a lighter social calendar in the summer, so similar to last year we will only do 1 Morning Networking, Wednesday, July 15th at 9 am and 1 Business Women's Networking, Thursday, July 23rd at 10 am - both via Zoom. We are also working on an Outdoor Live event - details will be available soon.

    Most importantly, be safe and healthy.

    Hope J. Rothenberg, Executive Director


    We are STILL your resource portal for business information and connections.

  • "We Flattened the Covid Curve,
    Now We Need to Raise the State's Economic Curve"
    These were the words of Tom Bracken, President and CEO of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce, in a guest column in ROI-NJ. His intent was to remind everyone that the economic success of New Jersey's reopening, is dependent upon the success of small businesses
    Tom proposes a Buy NJ campaign, to ensure the success of small businesses. I encourage you to read Tom's full article
    As members of a New Jersey Chamber of Commerce, and since more than 75% of our Chamber are small businesses, we all have a responsibility to support Buy NJ and encourage everyone we know to do the same.
    To encourage support for this campaign, feel free to use the graphic below -- hang it in your store or office and give it to others to do the same. (Feel free to email me and I'll send it to you as an attachment, so the quality will be good!). On social media please use the hashtags #BuyNJ and #BuyLocalNJ.
    More information from the NJ Chamber regarding the Buy NJ campaign is forthcoming. Meanwhile, please let me know if you have any questions or any suggestions for what else our Chamber can do.
    Thank You!
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  • Not only will you meet people from the Seven Towns in our geographic area (Cliffside Park, Edgewater, Englewood Cliffs, Fort Lee, Leonia, Palisades Park and Ridgefield), but you have the benefit of our being part of the Inter Chamber Consortium (ICC)– a group of 20 Chambers of Commerce that share ideas, resources and events. You can attend any of the ICC Chambers’ events at Member rates.

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