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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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      2018 Installation of Officers & Directors. Photo Courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography Corporation
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      2018 Installation of Officers & Directors. 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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      2016 Farmingdale Chamber Holiday Parade. Photo Courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography Corporation
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      Farmingdale Public Library
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  • Joseph Garcia, Outstanding Businessperson of 2019

    The Farmingdale Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce Joseph Garcia was selected as our Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce 2019 Outstanding Businessperson of the Year.  
     
    Each year the Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce encourages members to select an Honoree to receive this prestigious award.  The Honoree must meet the following criteria:
     
    Active Member of the Chamber of Commerce
    Owns or manages a business located in the community
    Has made a significant contribution to the local economy, to the advancement of the Chamber and has made a meaningful and important contribution to the general welfare of the local community.
     
    The Farmingdale Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors unanimously agreed that Joe fully meets and exceeds these criteria and is proud to recognize him as our 2019 Honoree. 
     
    Joseph Garcia is the Manager and Realtor of Weichert Realtors – Performance Homes. Joe spends much of his time recruiting, and training new agents, and finds this one of the most rewarding aspects of his career. 

    Joe is also extremely community-focused. As a Chamber Board Member, he became heavily invested in forwarding the interests of Farmingdale and its business community. Since his election as President of the Farmingdale Chamber of Commerce in 2018, he has become even more involved, is proud to work with such a hard working Chamber Board, and to count many members, business owners, and managers in Farmingdale as friends.  

    Joe is also a member of the LI Board of Realtors Legislative and Realtor Political Action Committees, a NYS Association of Realtors Director and State Political Coordinator. In these roles he actively works to promote Fair Housing, Home Ownership and Professional Standards in his Industry. 

    Joe is married to his childhood sweetheart, Stephanie.  They live in Farmingdale with their two sons, Dominick and Anthony.
     
  • MARKETING MASTERS NY, a Marketing and Market Research company, was founded by Dave Saul and designed to grow revenue for more local small and midsized clients. Business has grown steadily; virtually doubled during 2012 and doubled again in 2013 and ever since; and we are about to celebrate 10 successful years! One of the strengths is the ability to LISTEN! By understanding what each clients’ needs are and where their industry currently resides; MMNY is able to produce accurate and actionable marketing designs and results both cost effectively and quickly. We have established relationships EVERYWHERE! Some of the things we thrive at are Digital Marketing, Social Media, Public Relations, Press Releases, Email Marketing, Cultivating Reviews, SEO, Events and tons more!

    An additional strength is our ability to be agile, flexible, harness opportunities on the Internet and be responsive to both client input and changes in the industry & marketplace. In 2013 Farmingdale Village contracted Marketing Masters NY to handle Public Relations and assist with marketing the Village. In 2015 Dave was voted Farmingdale Business Person of the Year! We are here and ready to help grow your business ~ Just Ask Your fellow Chamber Members!

    For more information visit our website or call Dave (516) 987-5001.

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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.