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Upcoming Chamber Events

 

August 21

Business After Hours

hosted by

The Suites at Station Exchange/Georgia Living at Home

5:30 - 7 p.m.

3205 TSX Grand Central

Richmond Hill, GA 31324

 

September 1

RHBC Chamber Office CLOSED

In Observance of Labor Day

We will re-open on Tuesday, Sept. 2nd at 9:00 a.m.

 

September 2

RHBC Chamber Executive BOD Meeting

8:00 a.m.

RHBC Chamber Office

2591 Hwy. 17, Suite 100

Richmond Hill, GA 31324

 

September 8

Liberty National Life Insurance

Ribbon Cutting & Grand Opening

2:00 p.m.

2591 Hwy. 17, Crossroads Center

Richmond Hill, GA 31324

 

September 9

RHBC Chamber BOD Meeting

8:00 a.m.

RHBC Chamber Office

2591 Hwy. 17, Suite 100

Richmond Hill, GA 31324

 

September 12

Off Broadway Dance Studio

Ribbon Cutting & Open House

11:00 a.m.

480 Edsel Drive, Suite 200

Richmond Hill, GA 31324

 

September 15

GOSF Food Vendor Meeting

Mandatory Meeting for 2014 Food Vendors

6 - 7:30 p.m.

John W. Stevens Wetlands Education Center

J.F. Gregory Park - Cedar St.

Richmond Hill, GA 31324

 

September 16

September Lunch & Learn

Remedial Branding & How Customer Service Affects Your Brand

12 noon - 1:30 p.m.

RHBC Chamber Office

2591 Hwy. 17, Suite 100

Richmond Hill, GA 31324

 

September 17

Radiant Skin

Ribbon Cutting & Grand Opening

5 - 8 p.m.

Ribbon Cutting - 5:30 p.m.

2591 Hwy. 17 - Crossroads Center

3rd Floor

Richmond Hill, GA 31324

 

 

 

Richmond Hill Bryan County Community Profile

Community Profile

The RHBC Chamber of Commerce is please to present you with our Quaility of Life and Membership Directory magazine - one of the best available resources to better acquaint you with Richmond Hill and Bryan County, Georgia.

3rd Annual Holiday Market

December 14, 2013

J.F. Gregory Park

(521 Cedar Street)

11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

VENDORS:

Scentsy, Lydia Fortier, Art by Teresa Grace Mock, Art by Cissy, MaryKay, T.C. Artisan Ent., Sage Wishes, Nadia Korths, Paparazzi Jewelry by Lauren, Shirley Heagerty, Brookes Martin Coffee Roaster, RH Bee Company, It Works!, Ms Maam's Creations, Espresso Hill, New Life Garden Service, Bath Fitter, Damsel in Defense, C+M Designs, Susan Justice, Pure Romance by Jennifer Wynn, Thirty-One, Scroll Works, Origami Owl, Fusion Bath & Body Products, Enchanted Forest Soaps, Wings N Things, Copper Tree Pottery, Nell's Old Fashion Recipes, Fiddlers Creek, Creative Stitchery, Katherine Weaver, RH Friends of the Library, Leona Harn, Southern Charm, Cookie Lee Jewelry, Oak & Foster, Barbara Kent, Bryan County Bark Park, Paws Out Pet Boutique & Bakery, Usborne Books & More, Frali Gourmet, Savannah Signature Sweets, Avon, 2 Shabby Chicks, Evie's Handmade Wood Creations, David Myers, LIV Green, 2 Wolves Jewelry Design, Sea Island Mocha, Laughingstock Papercrafts, RH Oral Surgery, Janie's Juice Bar, Bayfront Treasures, Johnson Produce, Pafford Frames, Southern Oyster Designs, Fanzzone, Connies Chimes, Great Food Co-Op, Total Balance, The Tiniest Tree, Uncanny Cannery, Total Balance, Salacia Salts, Jack Daniel Bar-B-Que, Nancy Nix, The Coastal Cottage, RH Historical Society, The Pampered Chef, Foods of the Farm, Maximum Cellular Health, Krystal O'Guinn

 

5th Annual Christmas Stroll/Small Business Days

Saturday, November 30th

Thursday, December 5th

Wednesday, December 18th

You know about “Black Friday” and “Cyber Monday,” two major retail shopping events that kick off the holiday shopping season, but how about Christmas Stroll/Small Business Day?” 

The Richmond Hill/Bryan County Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the city of Richmond Hill and the Richmond Hill Convention and Visitors Bureau are pleased to present:  Christmas Stroll/ Small Business Days – Saturday, November 30th; Thursday, December 5th  and Wednesday, December 18th  this holiday season.

We’ve asked local business to decorate their store-fronts for the holiday season and encouraged them to extend their hours on Saturday November 30th, Thursday December 5th and Wednesday December 18th to give the “locals” the opportunity to shop locally.

Why is promoting shopping locally so important? It’s because patronizing local stores and services keeps money in the community, which in turn is spent on other goods and services.

For every $100 spent in locally owned, independent stores, $68 returns to the community through taxes, payroll and other expenditures, according to the small-business advocacy group, The 3/50 Project. Local sales generate local taxes, which are used for basic government services such as fire and police protection, road repairs, parks and recreation services.

When planning where to spend your dollars, make a locally-owned business your first choice this holiday season, and beyond.

Christmas Stroll/Small Business Days is an official event of “Holly Days on the Hill” for more details and for other Holly Days on the Hill events, please visit: www.RHBCchamber.org or www.RichmondHillvisit.com or call (912) 756-3444.

 

 

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