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      2018 Installation of Officers & Directors. Photo Courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography Corporation
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      The Halal Guys 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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      MedwellSpa & Yoga Studio Relocation and Expansion. Photo Courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography Corporation
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      MapToons Appreciation Night at Bethpage Federal Credit Union. Photo Courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography Corporation
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      Memorial Day Services on the Farmingdale Village Green VFW Post 516 and AL Post 449. Photo courtesy of Dan Kornfeld/2SK Marketing & Public Relations
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      Kushner Dermatology Grand Opening! Photo courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography
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      2016 Installation of Officers & Directors. Photo Courtesy of Steve Gardner/Artisan Media Studio
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      2016 Farmingdale Chamber Holiday Parade. Photo Courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography Corporation
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      November 2016 Election Meeting at Palmer's American Grille. Photo Courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography Corporation
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      Hi Dental Grand Opening! Photo courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography
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      Congratulations to John Jessup, Outstanding Businessman of 2016. Photo Courtesy of Steve Gardner, Artisan Media Studio
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      Farmingdale Public Library
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      2015 Installation of Officers & Directors. Photo Courtesy of William Moseley/BBA Photography Corporation
  • President's Message

    Beth Mignone

    I would like to start by thanking all of the sponsors, raffle donors, and volunteers who made Comedy night another success! We couldn’t have done this without you all. We had a great show, and a wonderful host in The Nutty Irishman. 

    This has certainly been a long winter. It started cold but we avoided a lot of snow until the very end. March nor’easters may not be the norm, but then we got hammered 3 weeks in a row. Hopefully the winter weather is past us and we can get down to business.

    We have had a very active past month with our General Meeting at Caracara Mexican Grill and our After Hours Networking at Lithology. Both events had terrific networking opportunities for the attendee’s. Remember, I challenged everyone to make at least 1 appointment to meet outside of a chamber function to see how you can find new business opportunities. Remember at these meetings the purpose isn’t to pitch each other. When networking, often “who you know is more interesting than what you know”. 

    We also had a ribbon cutting at the new Halal Guys. If you haven’t had a chance to check them out you should! They had an amazing turnout, and they really went out of their way to take care of us. Remember all members are invited to attend our ribbon cuttings. Usually you get to meet a few Elected Officials at these events as well.

    We held a Breakfast Networking Event at the Knights of Columbus on Morton Ave. It was a more intimate networking event which gave everyone a chance to really talk and get to know each other. Look for another Breakfast Event later this year. 

    I was so happy to see so many members took part in the St Patrick’s Day Parade down Main St. It’s such a great opportunity for members to gain exposure. In addition to our marchers I noticed Candy’s Jewelers, The Turning Point, and Edward Jones marching with their own Banners. Also my company had our Mascot “Kurt the Bear” marching, along with “Goldfish” from the Goldfish Swim School. The Parades are so much fun, and all members are invited to march in the Parade with the Chamber, so bring your company Banner, Sign, or Mascot. 

    Thank you to everyone who helped out at our Shredding Fundraiser. Shredding sensitive documents is so important, and I’m so happy we can bring this service to the community, and help raise funds for the Chamber.
    I’m excited for the April Calendar of events.  April’s luncheon will be hosted by Sasa Hibachi.  Sasa was so generous at their ribbon cutting event last year, and the Sushi was delish! We expect a great time at The Turning point networking event and their ribbon cutting grand reopening. Make sure you come out for those events.

    When it comes to providing direct help and support to people within the community I’m not sure anyone does it better than The Summit. We are so glad to be a part of the Summit expo again. Remember all members can drop off their promotional material to our booth at the Summit to give out on your behalf. 

    I encourage you to invite your business associates to join the chamber. Use this link to refer a member and earn a free lunch at a meeting of your choice. 

    Let’s continue to network and connect with each other and the community this Spring. I look forward to seeing you all at our upcoming events.

    Joseph Garcia

  • Featured Member

    Sterling National Bank

    Sterling Service
    We bank on relationships

    At Sterling National Bank, we successfully meet the needs of small to mid-sized businesses and consumers in the communities we serve by building strong relationships with our clients and understanding their financial goals and challenges.
    Every Sterling client receives personalized service and customized solutions delivered through a single point of contact—their banker. Bankers serve as the relationship manager and lead teams of experts across multiple disciplines to streamline the banking process. They provide ongoing guidance and support to help clients achieve results in line with their objectives.

    We’ve been earning your trust for more than a century

    Since 1888, Sterling has grown to be a trusted resource with an expansive toolkit for business and personal banking in the New York Metro and Hudson Valley regions. We have $30 billion in assets, and we’re poised for continued strong growth. The caliber of our banking teams, our longevity, and our achievements on behalf of our clients mean you can trust our focus and commitment.

    We offer a comprehensive portfolio of banking products and services

    We’re committed to providing the right products and services to help you coordinate every financial need.
    For businesses, we provide a full suite of commercial banking services, including loans and lines of credit, cash flow management, Small Business Administration loans, asset-based lending, and equipment finance, to name a few.
    And for personal clients, our services are equally robust, including an array of checking and savings accounts, CDs and Money Market accounts, residential mortgages, home equity lines of credit, and private wealth management.
    We also offer best-in-class online banking services for businesses and consumers to help you access and manage your money more efficiently and conveniently.
    Our knowledgeable bankers are fully vested in your success. They go farther, look deeper, and work more intensely to help you reach your goals.

    For more information, please contact Frank Darienzo, Business Banking Specialist, at 631-293-6300.

  • 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.