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      Striking 101 Grand Opening. Photo courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography Corporation
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      Farmingdale Chamber welcomed The Homestead Restaurant to the community on November 22, 2019. Photo courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography
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      Jersey Mike's Anniversary. Photo courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography
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      Farmingdale Public Library Celebration. Photo Courtesy of Sean M. Fitzthum
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      PDQ Ribbon Cutting Oct 2019. Photo courtesy of William Mosely/BBA Photography Corporation
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      Cloud 9 Exotics Ribbon Cutting Celebration. Photo courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography
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      Minueman Press 30th Anniversary Celebration! Photo Courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography Corporation
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      Whiskey Down Diner Grand Opening on Main Street, Farmingdale. Photo courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography
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      Vital Peel Bar & Spa Grand Opening Photo courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography
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      Orangetheory Fitness Grand Opening. Photo courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography
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      Nail Glo Grand Opening. Photo courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography
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      Back in Time Grand Opening. Photo courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography
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      Burrito Mariachi Grand Opening. Photo courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography
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      Total Body Boot Camp Grand Reopening. Photo Courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography Corporation
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      Chiddy's Cheesesteaks Grand Opening! Photo Courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography Corporation
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      December 2017 General Meeting at T.o.A. Photo Courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography Corporation
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      Scrubz Grand Opening! Photo Courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography Corporation
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      ToA Ribbon Cutting! Photo courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography Corporation
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  • President's Message

    Beth Mignone

    #shoplocal

    We know that when a customer shops local $68 of every $100 stays in the community. For brick and mortar national firms this number is much lower, and for online purchases it's often near $0. So, why local?

    I think most of our members know the power of a local business. I often use the line that business owners and managers are all insane, we are willing to work 60 and 80 hours a week so we don't have to work 40. I wonder if the community knows what we are doing with all those extra hours?

    I know.  Sure it's all the 'business' stuff, and it's donating time running a food drive and delivering the food.  It's staying late to finish up an employee's work so they can head home early to take care of a sick child. It's filling in hours because you don't have the heart to let go of an employee who is battling cancer. It's cleaning the bathroom because you think its beneath your receptionist to do after a customer made a mess. It's also making sure you have formula in stock, because when you run out 2 day shipping isn't fast enough. 
    Local Business provides options for the community, and donates to community cause more than 2 times the normal rate. We have made the decision to invest in the community and hire from the community. Local Business plays an important part of what the community is. In many ways when a customer shops local, they are investing in the future of our own community.

    This buying season, let's all remember and remind our sphere of influence to #shoplocal.

    On behalf of the Officers and Directors of Farmingdale Chamber of Commerce I wish all of you a happy, healthy, and prosperous holiday season.Joseph Garcia

  • YES Community Counseling Center is a community-based, non-profit organization that has been serving the residents of southeastern Nassau County since 1977. Though historically rooted in youth programs, they changed their name from Youth Environmental Services to better reflect the scope of services they provide, including school-based social work, counseling, drug/alcohol treatment, and a wide variety of other services.

    As a result, YES tends to those who are struggling with issues including but not limited to domestic violence, chemical dependence, family conflict, sexual abuse, marital/peer difficulties, bereavement, and health concerns.

    Their mission is to increase awareness about personal and community issues, prevent and treat substance abuse, and to promote healthy families and a safe community.

    YES Community Counseling Center is making a difference today for a better tomorrow.  For more information, visit yesccc.org

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  • Our Mission

    The Farmingdale Chamber of Commerce, Inc. is dedicated to "Building a Better Business Community Together" and to serve the heart of the greater Long Island business area. The Farmingdale Chamber of Commerce, Inc. pledges itself to the following goals.

    • To further the mutual interests of all organizations in their relationships with town, county, village and state governmental agencies.
    • To promote the passage of legislation serving the best interests of our businesses and community.
    • To promote inter and intra-area buying of products and services.
    • To promote beautification of the local industrial and commercial community.