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March Membership Madness

Help Us Get To $1,000 Members Strong!

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Greater Utica Chamber 
of Commerce

Welcome to the Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce.

Founded in 1896 as the Utica Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce continues to be the area’s regional Chamber representing the community for over 119 years.

In March 2012, the Greater Utica Chamber was awarded Accredited status by the U.S. Chamber, of which our Chamber was a founding member. This prestigious honor puts us among the top 3% of Chambers nationwide. Our mission is to serve our members, the business community in the Utica area, through benefit programs, networking opportunities and legislative advocacy. This prestigious honor of accreditation shows our dedication to promoting strong business practices and promoting pro-growth policies at federal, state and local levels. The U.S. Chamber’s Accreditation helps to facilitate our continuing excellence.










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The Utica Comets (33-18-5-1) needed a shoot out on Wednesday night as they defeated the Rochester Americans (24-29-5-1) in a six-round shootout at The Utica Memorial Auditorium for their first shootout-win of the season, which brought an end to their three-game losing streak.

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Consumers Dominate In the App Economy: New Zogby Poll

When consumers check out at the grocery store, they expect the prices to be fair, the service to be friendly, and the cash register to work.

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Greater Utica Chamber to Host Government Affairs Roundtable: A Half-Billion Opportunity for the Mohawk Valley

The Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs / Economic Development Council will host a roundtable event on A Half-Billion Opportunity for the Mohawk Valley, on Thursday, March 19

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Greater Utica Chamber works with a variety of affiliates in its efforts to stimulate growth across the region.