Many photos throughout the site courtesy of Shannon Oake Photography.
Clarenville Area Chamber of Commerce.
Building a Stronger Economic Environment for the Clarenville Area
The Clarenville Area Chamber of Commerce strives to be the principle voice
of the business community throughout our region. Located on the east coast
of Newfoundland and Labrador, Clarenville is a vibrant and growing community
with a population of over 5200 people, servicing over 40,000 people from the
surrounding areas. As "the Hub of the East Coast", Clarenville has a
diverse, prosperous business community with a bright future.
Established in the late 1960s, the Clarenville Area Chamber of Commerce
(CACC) has grown to be one of the most respected business associations in
Newfoundland and Labrador, with a current membership of 140 businesses. This
growth has been due, in no small part, to the confidence and leadership of
The CACC is here to promote and support the interests of its members and the
regional business community as a whole.
Please take a few minutes to explore our site to learn more about the
Chamber, our members, and the benefits of being involved!
posted November 1st, 2013 Successful Craft & Home Trade Show 2013
Thank you to the Clarenville Area Consumers Co-op for sponsoring the hospitality room at the Craft and Home Trade show.
Thank you to the following for donating prizes for the craft and home trade show: Cabot Home Centre, Subway, Newfoundland Power, Clarenville Inn, Stellar Bistro, Uncle Li’s, Comfort and Class, Castle Building Supplies, Kent, Wal-Mart, Rod’s Restaurant, Cohen’s , Bruce’s Recreation, Something Special, BMO, Craig’s Locksmithing, Carlson-Wagonlit Harvey’s Travel,and Avis Budget Rental.
We would like to thank the sponsors this year which include: ACOA, Advanced Education and Skills, Percy and Drodge Accountants, and Innovation Business and Rural Development.
We would also like to thank the New Life Christian Church youth group for providing the meals during the trade show.
We would like to thank all our volunteers who assisted with the implementation of the trade show. Without you it wouldn’t have been possible.
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