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The Council’s mission is to address legislative issues that may impact the businesses of Nassau County and to prioritize and pursue those issues at the appropriate level of government using various forms of media and lobbying.

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Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce

Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce

The NCCC is an umbrella organization acting as a unified voice for over 49 Chambers of Commerce in Na

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Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce
Shop Local with mobile on the new app #explorelongisland to find things to do and places to dine with your Valentine. It's free to download and shows all of the things Nassau County has to offer right on your phone! (Scan the QR code in our Stories)📲#valentineday #nassaucounty #lovelocal #longisland #shoplocal #dinelocal #nassaucountyny ... See MoreSee Less
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Timeline photosREVISED - NEW MEETING LOCATION! Our new Chamber member is the widely anticipated "New" Manor East! All are welcome to join this Sunday, February 5th. ... See MoreSee Less
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Massapequa Chamber of Commerce Firefighters of the YearAwards & Networking LuncheonOne week early due to President's Week! We hope that you will join the Massapequa Chamber of Commerce for our February Firefighters of the Year Awards & Networking Luncheon!Thursday, February 16th at 12:00 NoonSal's Place (1495 Hicksville Rd., N. Massapequa)$25 pp for members / $30 pp for non-membersCash and checks also accepted at the door – if paying at the door, please e-mail massapequachamber@gmail.com to RSVP,as a headcount is required. ... See MoreSee Less
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Repost: East Meadow Chamber of Commerce @eastmeadowchamber The First Board Meeting of 2023 was a Success! A Big Congratulations to our Incoming President, James P. Skinner, and Woman of the Year, Lyndsey Gallagher. 🎉#eastmeadow #chamberofcommerce #emcc #nccc #boardmeeting #grandstage #womanoftheyear #PresidentsDay ... See MoreSee Less
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Scholarship Opportunities from the Levittown Chamber of Commerce:Every year the chamber awards scholarships for the betterment of seniors who are graduating from MacArthur High School, Division Avenue High School and Island Trees High School. We are offering an opportunity for members to donate to the scholarship fund.In addition we are offering scholarships in a business name, a family name or in memory of a loved one. This is a wonderful way to memorialize a loved one or have a business or family name associated with a philanthropic cause. The chamber will provide donors with a receipt that may be used for tax purposes.Please contact the chamber office at 516-520-8000 or e-mail info@levittownchamber.com if you are interested in a named scholarship or to contribute to the scholarship fund. ... See MoreSee Less
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Saturday, February 11th, Levittown Chamber & Community Council is hosting a winter snow "Ball" -- fun for the whole family at Levittown Hall! 11:30am-4:00pm ... See MoreSee Less
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Beautiful photo of Salvatore's of Elmont at twilight. Shop and Eat local this year! ... See MoreSee Less
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Great New Years Resolution Idea: Shop Local as much as possible! Happy New Year! ... See MoreSee Less
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Have you checked out @wantaghchamber Wantagh Chamber of Commerce 's pub & bar scene? It's a great place to shop local, with plenty of bars being chamber members! Check it out. #ShopLocal ... See MoreSee Less
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The little things that Chambers of Commerce around Nassau County do for their communities! #shoplocal@floralparkchamber Floral Park Chamber of Commerce ... See MoreSee Less
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@franklinsquarechamber Franklin Square Chamber of Commerce Has been all over the place holding ribbon cuttings for new chamber members! Check out their page to see more. ... See MoreSee Less
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The great and historic Riesterer's Bakery of the West Hempstead Chamber of Commerce! Shop Local!#bakery #shoplocal #pastry #cookies #donuts #holidaytreats ... See MoreSee Less
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Come watch the amazing Guinness World Record Holder ice carver Richard Daly put on a show 2pm on December 17th at BrewSA Brewing Company on Freeport's Nautical Mile.From Noon to 5pm on December 17th there will also be an Artist Marketplace where you can purchase one-of-a-kind, original artwork from Long Island artists - just in time for the holidays! The Artist Marketplace is located inside the SPLASH Education Center right next door to the ice carving show. Shop local and enjoy the day!#shoplocal Freeport Chamber of Commerce ... See MoreSee Less
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@lihispanicchamberofcommerce Long Island Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is holding their 32nd annual gala on this Saturday, December 17th! More info: ncchambers.org/event/long-island-hispanic-chamber-of-commerce-32nd-annual-gala/ ... See MoreSee Less
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The Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce (NCCC) is an umbrella organization and the united voice for all local Chambers of Commerce throughout Nassau County, New York. We are an extension of local chambers and volunteers dedicated to promoting, protecting and encouraging the success of Nassau County’s business community.

Small and mid-size businesses are the life blood of Long Island’s dense population. Nassau County is home to over 90,000 businesses, grossing billions of dollars and the vast majority of them employ 50 people or less. The Council stays abreast of local, regional and state issues that impact the business community.

We are a volunteer organization dedicated to addressing workable solutions. When commerce remains strong and vibrant all people of Nassau County benefit.

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