• President's Message

    Beth Mignone

    Hope this message finds you all busy at work and having a great time! We’ve got some cool news to share that’s bound to put a big ol’ smile on your faces.

    Thanks to the Town of Oyster Bay / Nassau Council of Chambers grants, we’ve teamed up with the one and only Dave Saul from Marketing Masters NY to sprinkle some marketing magic on our chamber and all you fabulous members. Get ready for some new video, social media magic, and all-around marketing. Dave’s the man, and we’re stoked to have him and Joann on board! No one knows Farmingdale better, and he can tie so many of the organizations together. Dave has been a Board member for a long time, and we thank him for taking on this project. 

    March is known as Women’s History Month, and we wanted to give a big shoutout to all the incredible women making waves in our business community. Their hustle and brilliance deserve a round of applause, so join us in celebrating these rockstars! If any woman would  like more information on what we are doing for Women in Business or our Women’s Group “Mind Your Business” please speak with our Director Silvia Vargas.

    And mark your calendars for May because it’s Small Business Month, and we’re turning the spotlight on our local long time members! Expect a month-long celebration, celebrating the grit, creativity, and downright awesomeness of our small business family.

    We’re excited and so happy about all these happenings and can’t wait to see the positive vibes they bring to our Farmingdale Chamber. Thanks a million for being part of this journey!

    Cheers to good times and great business.

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    516-845-4700 office

  • Suzanne LoBiondo, Outstanding Businessperson of 2023

    For Immediate Release
    The Farmingdale Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce Suzanne LoBiondo was selected as our Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce 2023 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 Suzanne fully meets and exceeds these criteria and is proud to recognize her as our 2023 Honoree. 
    Suzanne LoBiondo is a successful business woman in Farmingdale and is the owner of Suzanne M. LoBiondo, CPA, PC, a full-service accounting firm located on route 110. Before starting her own practice in 2009, she was a tax partner in a large regional CPA firm. 
    Suzanne has been a Farmingdale resident since 1996, where she lives with her husband and son. She joined the Farmingdale Chamber of Commerce in 2017, when her office moved to the area. She served as the secretary of the Board of Directors for two years, and currently serves as treasurer for the last four. In addition to participating in all Chamber events, she organizes the monthly meetings, coordinating venues and arranging for speakers. She is also actively involved in the planning of the annual holiday parade in the Village of Farmingdale. 
    Suzanne said, “I am very honored and thankful to the Chamber for voting me as Small Businessperson of the Year. It has truly been a pleasure to serve on the Board of this wonderful organization.”
  • 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.