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“My membership in the Chamber has increased my visibility in the community, and produced opportunities even outside the Chamber itself.  Nothing else I’ve done in the last ten years has been as helpful to me and to my business.”

Joseph McDonagh

Independent Insurance Agent

“Choosing a physician is such a personal thing; it’s easier for people to inquire when they know you personally, and learn things that resonate with them. The Chamber has been a great platform for me to meet people and share my expertise.”

Dr. Wendy Leigh White

Naturopath, Natural Family Health

“The Chamber is the one business in the Hamden region that looks out for the interest of all businesses. My involvement has been very ‘fruitful’.” Allie Fraschilla

Owner, Edible Arrangements, North Haven, CT

“Since joining in 2008 the Chamber has given me excellent support for my business, and my networking has brought me many long term clients.  If you have no other marketing dollars to spend, spend it with the Chamber – the return on investment is phenomenal.”

Marjorie Clark

Owner, Little Fish Web Design

Featured Chamber News

August Blog: Captcha

Ever buy a concert or sporting event ticket online?  You’ve neared the end, entered all of your information, credit card and such, and then the website asks you to recognize and write a bit of gibberish, that shows up in a strange box, sometimes with its letters... read more

July Blog; Madras & the Golf Tournament

Madras. First, the correct pronunciation. Is it MAD-russ, or muh-DRASS? Merriam-Webster says the latter, but dictionary.com says the former. It may depend on whether you are naming the city or the fabric. Even though the fabric got its name from the city. According to... read more

China 2017

Travel to China with the Hamden Regional Chamber of Commerce
on an incredible all-inclusive 9 day vacation April 6-14 2017, for only $2,499

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Barcelona 2017

Travel to Barcelona, Spain with the Hamden Regional Chamber of Commerce Come discover the mystical magic, vibrant vibe, and stylish allure of Barcelona, one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Spain. Authentic experiences take you to delve into this glittering city,... read more

Sicily Fall 2016

Travel to Sicily with the Hamden Regional Chamber of Commerce
on an incredible all-inclusive 9 day vacation Oct. 1, – Oct. 9,2016 for only $2,949.

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June Blog; The Summer Solstice

There are, as we all know, four dates in the solar calendar that return, year after year.  The two equinoxes – the vernal (spring) and autumnal (fall) equinoxes.  And two solstices – the winter and summer solstice.  The equinoxes are easily understood:  On those... read more

May Blog: It’s All About That Cheese

There might, oddly, be no more American dish than macaroni and cheese.  And yet, quite obviously, its origins aren’t American, but Italian.  Or French.  Okay, European. Let’s start with the origins of pasta, and the famous story that pasta was introduced to... read more

April Blog: The Nutmeg State

Connecticut’s nickname — well, one of them — is “The Nutmeg State.”  Why?  We are certainly not a state that grows nutmeg.  Well, it goes back to Connecticut’s commercial and shipping interests.  Ships laden with spices from Asia, South... read more

March Blog: In Like A Lion

March is a month of significant dates.  In any month of March, there’s March 14 (Pi Day), which last year carried more significance because Pi, taken out longer, is 3.1415 — thus, March 14, 2015.  And this year, March 14 is, for Orthodox Christians, the... read more

February Blog: The Shortest Month

T.S. Eliot might have felt that April was the cruelest month, but sometimes I wonder, did he ever experience, really experience, a New England February? Sure, he went to Harvard, but maybe winters in the early part of the 20th Century were milder? February may be only... read more