Since its inception in 1915 the Schroon Lake Area Chamber of Commerce has been recognized and respected as a strong advocate and supporter of local businesses . With our current membership level nearing 100 members, we are committed to creating a healthy, informed and active business coalition.
The Schroon Lake Area Chamber of Commerce commits to:
- support the growth and development of local businesses
- maintain and strengthen the quality of life in our community
- keep our members informed, connected and prosperous
- support our existing businesses and serve as a catalyst for new commerce and economic development
- raising awareness of the benefits of doing business in the Schroon Lake Area
Winter hours of operation are as follows: Tuesday-Friday 10am - 2pm, Saturday 10am - 3pm, Closed Sunday and Monday
Schroon Lake Area Chamber of Commerce Names New Executive Director
The Schroon Lake Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Tammy Whitty-Brown to the position of Executive Director.
Whitty-Brown, originally from Schroon Lake, brings not only a vast understanding of the community, but diverse, applicable experience to the position. Her background includes experience in finance management, wholesale and retail sales, museum management, event planning and marketing.
“We are thrilled to welcome Tammy back to Schroon Lake,” said Shelby Davis, of the Chamber’s Board of Directors. “Her experience is spot-on for what the job requires, and her extensive and personal connection to Schroon Lake and knowledge of its challenges and opportunities will serve the community well.”
“I am excited to collaborate with the team of volunteers that are already working so hard to make Schroon Lake a successful community and visitor destination,” said Whitty-Brown. “I will make it my mission to support development projects, tourism promotion and expansion of the current list of existing cultural events to help my former childhood home grow and prosper.”
Whitty-Brown took the reins at the Chamber on February 2.