Lakes Region Chamber welcomes new members

LACONIA — New members were welcomed into the Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce since the beginning of the year. Manufacturers, a retirement community, retail stores, restaurants and cafes, law firms, dental offices, construction, race management, musical arts, business and residential service professionals, entrepreneurs, home businesses and local non-profits are among the newest members of the Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce.
The newest members include: Annie's Café & Catering; High Speed Routing LLC; Wesley Woods; Integrated Lead Inspection Services; Sub 5 Race Management; NE Wireless/US Cellular Authorized Agent at the Belknap Mall; JSC Commercial Roofing; Café Déjà Vu; Beans & Greens Farm; The Golf Club at Patrick's Place; Prudential Financial; Usource LLC; Meredith Place Veterinary Emergency Hospital; Brooks Brothers Factory Store at Tanger Outlet; EnergyNorth Propane; Tom Post, REALTOR; Lynn McGrath of Wedbush Securities Inc.; New England Porch Rockers; Tamarack Restaurant; Mark Ashley, REALTOR Lakes Region Realty; Byron's Septic Service LLC; Verizon Go Wireless at the Belknap Mall; Sulloway & Hollis PLLC; Worry Free Restoration; Sealite USA LLC; Lawson, Persson & Weldon-Francke; Right Angle Construction; Kennell Orthodontics; Stepping Stones Strategies Inc.; Belknap County; Children's Dentistry of the Lakes Region; and New Hampshire Music Festival.
“It’s encouraging that we continue to attract new members from a diverse group of businesses servicing the 18 communities we support” stated Karmen Gifford, Executive Director.  “Each of them has researched the chamber and realized the value of chamber membership. Joining the Chamber of Commerce is a sound business decision providing multiple opportunities to help a business succeed. Membership is open to all businesses including independent entrepreneurs, small businesses and local box stores. Local businesses contribute to our property tax revenues, employ local residents and strengthen our economic vitality by meeting the needs of local consumers and visitors.”