More than just visitor information
ROCKLAND & CAMDEN: The Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber offices don't just function as resources for visitors and customers looking for information on local businesses and the area in general. Due to our role as the public face of the business community the Chamber is often the first stop for programs, organizations, and agencies who are looking to connect with and help local businesses and non-profits.
To that end, the Chamber offers a wide range of free publications from the SBA, the IRS, the State of Maine, Efficiency Maine and more, all intended to connect your business with programs, ideas, and incentives that are designed to protect and enhance your bottom line.
In addition to information from the state and federal governments and the non-profit sector, the Chamber offices also carry a wealth of information on helpful services and products offered by Chamber members: everything from graphic design to consulting to insurance plans to building renovation.
To take advantage of this free information stop by the Chamber offices any time Monday-Friday from 9am to 5pm and browse the literature on hand. The Camden office is located on the Public Landing on the waterfront, while the Rockland office is in the Maine Lighthouse Museum on Park Drive, opposite the Tradewinds Motor Inn.
The Chamber is always looking for ways we can help businesses, non-profits and communities thrive: please let us know if there is an area or subject you would like to see us focus on and we'll be happy to take it under consideration. Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org, 236-4404 or 596-0376. You can also find out more about the Chamber and about the Chamber member businesses and organizations online at www.penbaychamber.com.