Published DateCAMPTON — Wednesday, Feb. 13 was a big day for the newly named Pemigewasset Valley Chamber of Commerce, formerly known as the Waterville Valley Region Chamber of Commerce. The Pemi Valley Chamber of Commerce held an Open House to unveil its new name and its brand new logo at the newly
renovated Exit 28 Visitor Information Center.
More than 100 people turned out to witness the unveiling of the new logo.
"The decision to change the name to Pemigewasset Valley Chamber of Commerce (better known as Pemi Valley Chamber of Commerce) was made in an effort to grow and strengthen our brand and to better serve the businesses in our region," explained Executive Director Tamara Cocchiarella.
The attendees enjoyed food and spirits generously donated by Chamber members Jugtown Country Store, Chesley's Min Mart and Pizza and Sodexo, Inc., of Plymouth State University.
Members were delighted to see all the upgrades and renovations made to the Visitor Information Center. "The Visitor Center has been transformed to be the front porch of the White Mountains and Pemi Valley," said Cocchiarella.
The renovations were made possible through donations of time, talent, skills and materials from the following businesses and community members:
Rachel Roy, Frank Cocchiarella, Nevan Hester, Mike Wilson, AW Bell Enterprises, LLC, Dow Electric, LLC, Kerrie Williams, Chris and Donna Chiocca, Lenny Martel, Fe Riccio, Elaine Swett, Bill and Darlene Brill, Karl Brooks, Winterbrook Property Management, N.H. Electric Cooperative, Kelly Bryer, The Common Man Family of Restaurants, Sodexo, Inc., Cargill Construction, LLC, Chesley's Mini Mart and Pizza, Wayne Charron, Valley Snow Dogz, Jamie Chesley, Cozy Cabin Rustics Furniture and Leon and Diana Fannion.