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Promoting business and professional growth

Since its founding in 1959, The Brentwood Baldwin Whitehall Chamber of Commerce has worked to promote every business within our Chamber. Our vision has always been to make our community a better place to live, shop, and do business. As business people, we come together and reach out to every aspect of the community. We sponsor activities to inform residents and businesses of our goods and services. Our luncheons, dinners, and mixers, give us an opportunity to discuss our needs, present our products and services, and discover what others have to offer.

In addition to keeping you advised of local, state, and federal government activities that affect business issues, we unite to influence government decisions and interventions that affect the business climate. We come together to solve problems and address barriers to our prosperity. We cooperate with school districts and all the organizations within them. We assist other civic and municipal organizations, and we honor the families who in turn support our businesses.

The Chamber invites all businesses, professionals, and civic organizations to join us. Together we can work to promote the growth and excellence of our communities. Learn more about us.

 

2013 - 2014 Officers

President - Steve Gardiner, Eber & Associates Insurance

Vice President - Mary Ann Laudato, Pittsburgh Asphalt

Treasurer - Barb Allemang, Allemang Concrete & Masonary

Secretary - Mary Dilla

 

Corridor Communities

Small Busines Workshop Series

Economic Development South is excited to launch Corridor Communities Small Business Series in partnership with the University of Pittsburgh’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC). The mission of this series is to grow the economy of the Route 51 and Brownsville Road corridors by providing business owners with the education and tools to improve their enterprises. The second of these workshops, Understanding the Financial Conditions of Your Business, will be held on Thursday, May 22nd at the Whitehall Borough Building.

The workshops will aid small business owners in defining and capturing customers, understanding the financial condition of the business, management structures, and operations and management of growth. EDS encourages all local business owners to take advantage of these free evening workshops.

In addition to quarterly workshops, small-business owners will have access to one-on-one business consulting services and comparative analysis services of their small business offered by the SBDC and peer-to-peer sessions.

We look forward to seeing small business owners and entrepreneurs in February!

Learn more about the Workshops and

Series Schedule.

 

Kathleen Keating

Project Manager

 

Economic Development South

4127 Brownsville Road, Suite 209

Pittsburgh, PA 15227

Email: kkeating@economicdevelopmentsouth.org

Phone: (412) 207-7066

Mobile: (815) 557-4083

 

 

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General Meeting Luncheon

Emerald Awards

Promoting Growth and Excellence in our Communities for 55 Years

Join us as we celebrate local excellence. Homoring the members of the Brentwood baldwin Whitehall Chamber of Commerce, it's past presidents and our community scholars.

Thursday, April 3

11:30 - 1:30

South Hills Country Club

Learn more!

 

Women's Networking Luncheon

The monthly luncheon meeting of the Women’s Networking of the Brentwood Baldwin Whitehall Chamber of Commerce will meet on Friday, March 14, noon, at South Hills Country Club. Guest Speaker Julie Peterson, House of Colour. Learn more!

Movers For Moms

Two Men And A Truck

invites to you help support female domestic abuse / homeless victims by participating the the 2014 Movers for Moms program. This program seeks to recognize moms in crisis on Mother's Day by arranging delivery of gifts to women living in local shelters on the holiday weekend. Learn more how you can participate in this program.

 

"The Business of Franchising: Advice from the Experts"

Friday, March 14, 2014

7:30 - 9:00am

Hosted by the Center for Women's Entrepreneurship, Chatham University Come and hear about franchising from local Chamber Members: Michelle Rice, McDonalds and Dottie Coll, Two Men and a Truck! Learn about the cost to open a franchise versus starting your own business, the specific protocols required of a franchise location, and how corporate offices support franchise operations. Also hear why they chose the franchise they did and what you should consider before opening a franchise!

Registration information:

http://www.chatham.edu/cwe/events/wblbseries/

 

ServSafe Certification

Steel Center AVTS

The ServSafe Food protection Manager Program is a complete solution that delivers consistent food safety training to employees. A 16 hour program and Recertification Exam are available through Steel Center. Learn more!

Chamber Logo Shirt

The chamber is ordering a new logo shirt with the chamber logo on the left chest  area. Cost is $30 to $32.50 per shirt...

Learn more about style and sizing

 

Urban Prana

 

Kiwanis Club of Baldwin

40th Annual

Monte Carlo Night

Saturday, April 26th

6:00 - 11:00 PM

Leland Community Center

Learn more!

 

2014 Chamber Education Grant Application

The 2014 Chamber Educational Grant will be presented to one student from the Baldwin High School and one student from the Brentwood High School District (a $1,000 scholarship for each senior student).

Learn more.

 

             
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