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Cape May County Chamber Announces New Officers, Directors, Annual Award Winners

Published Monday, September 25, 2017
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, NJ— Cape May County Chamber of Commerce Chairman Tom Piratzky announced that the following Officers have been elected for the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce. Maura McMahon Primus, Chairwoman; Cheryl Pivola, 1st Vice Chair; Doug Burke, 2nd Vice Chair; Tom Hutchinson, Treasurer; and Tom Rippman, Secretary. Additionally, more»

Cape May County Government Partners with County Chamber of Commerce to Host UAS Conference

Published Wednesday, September 13, 2017
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, NJ – The Third Annual Conference on Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), will be held October 16-18, at the Cape May Convention Hall in Cape May, New Jersey. The 3-day conference will focus on drones and drone technology and their varied uses in today’s commercial and government environment. In addition to speakers, there will be more»

Cape May County Chamber Celebrates Chamber of Commerce Week

Published Friday, September 8, 2017
The week of September 12 kicks off Chamber of Commerce week for 2017. The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce extends its appreciation to the businesses who invest in the Chamber through membership; the volunteers who devote their time and talents to achieve the mission of the Chamber; and the Cape May County community of businesses and residents who more»

CMC Chamber Reveals New Logo

Published Wednesday, September 6, 2017
The Cape May County Chamber, the area’s Voice of the Business Community, has an updated brand designed to better represent the Chamber’s leadership role in the County. The need for a new brand – or logo – was identified during the organizations most recent strategic planning and has been under construction for the past year. more»

Cuts to Visa Program Could End Shoulder Season at Jersey Shore

Published Thursday, August 31, 2017
South Jersey, News, Weather, Sports, Entertainment, NJ WILDWOOD, N.J. - Plans released by the Trump Administration to eliminate or cut the Summer Work Travel program for exchange students could affect Cape May County’s tourism industry. Thousands of people working at the Jersey shore every summer come from overseas. “The Summer Work Program, more»

Elimination Exchange Students Work Visa Would Devastate Local Tourism Industry

Published Tuesday, August 29, 2017
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, NJ— A plan by the White House to drastically reduce or completely eliminate the Summer Work Travel program for international exchange students would negatively and dramatically hurt Cape May County’s tourism based economy, according to Vicki Clark, President of the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce. The program, also more»

Vicki Clark, Chamber President Speaks on J-1 Visa with Comcast Newsmakers

Published Monday, August 28, 2017
Your browser does not support iframes. Jill Horner speaks with Vicki Clark, President from the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce, about J-1 Visas. Interview recorded 8/23/2017. For more videos and information about your community, go to ComcastNewsmakers.com.

Cape May County Chamber Applauds Governorís Opposition to Offshore Oil Drilling Plan

Published Thursday, August 17, 2017
Cape May Court House, NJ – The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce applauds the Christie Administration for its statement opposing offshore exploration and development of oil and natural gas resources off the coast of New Jersey or any area of the Atlantic that could adversely affect our pristine coastal communities, fishing estuaries, and vibrant more»
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