chamber of commerce
Our Chamber’s Huntersville University is simply an outreach of our members to share their expertise — for FREE — with our citizens. Hosted at Magnolia Woods (12125 Statesville Road, Huntersville) from 8-9 a.m. on the first Thursday of each month, we encourage engagement and personal discussions with every topic. Come join us and learn!
Huntersville Chamber members are stepping up to share their expertise on the first Thursday of each month from 8-9 a.mm. — FREE to anyone! Located at Magnolia Woods (12125 Statesville Road), these sessions vary in topics. Join us in February as Erin Padgett and Candace Primm talk about marketing and business!
The Huntersville Police Department will host the Huntersville Chamber of Commerce Member Meeting on March 19th from 11:30 to 1 (yes, we’ll have lunch!). Come learn from our experienced police officers about current issues that affect businesses and the local area. Located on Julian Clark Blvd in The Park.
The holiday Huntersville Chamber member meeting will combine the November and December meetings on December 6th. City BBQ will host the meeting from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. with breakfast muffins and coffee.
As is tradition, there will be a holiday raffle and members are encouraged to be prepared to detail upcoming holiday specials so members can share to their respective customers.
The Huntersville Chamber’s member meeting will be held at Silver Collection At Waterford (11920 Joleen Court, Huntersville, North Carolina 28078) on September 18th from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Savory Moments will provide food and attendees are asked to bring business cards and a 30-second elevator speech. If you have not experienced a Huntersville Chamber member meeting, please come as our guest to try it out!
For further details or inquiries, email [email protected]
Join other area residents and giving hearts for the 4th Annual Fall for Peru Event at Magnolia Woods in Huntersville, NC on Friday, September 28, 2018 from 7pm-11pm.
At the Fall For Peru event, guests will enjoy an evening of live music, delicious Peruvian inspired food, cold beer and wine, mobile bidding at our silent auction, shop handmade Peruvian items, and hear from our guest speaker.
Fall for Peru is Recovering Hope’s signature annual fundraising event of the year and will benefit the young survivors of sexual abuse at the Casa del Buen Trato Hovde shelter in Huanuco, Peru. Recovering Hope’s mission is for every resident at the shelter to receive the best possible care and be able to return to a safe home. Your donation helps fund vital legal, psychological and reintegration services at the shelter. These are crucial services needed to work toward a healthy, productive future for these young women and children. Your investment in this project brings hope!
To learn more visit http://www.recoveringhopeproject.org
Interested in becoming a partner or sponsor of this year’s event? Contact us.
The Huntersville Chamber is delighted to brag about one of our members: Murto Made Vodka. But Murto Made will not be just vodka for long. They are currently working on a whiskey as well. We’ve already been highlighting Murto Made and matchmaking with our members, but we’re pleased that the Charlotte Business Journal did an article, too! Check it out:
We wanted to make sure we shared the resources available to those seeking employment. There is a new section on the bottom of our Resources for Residents page and we hope you’ll share the information.