The Greater Pascack Valley Chamber of Commerce (GPVCOC) is a non-profit organization comprised of business organizations and professionals working together to enhance our community. Together, we can foster an environment that leads to increased growth in our businesses and neighborhoods. As concerned individuals working together at the GPVCOC, we can foster a vital and responsive chamber of commerce, which results in a better return for business, professional and industrial development.
Throughout the year, the GPVCOC sponsors numerous events for those who live and/or work in the Pascack Valley area. A portion of the monies collected at our events is donated to local charities, helping those in our community who are in need. Annually, we award scholarships to several area high school seniors.
During the year, we sponsor several networking events including our annual Breakfast with the Mayors and ‘meet and greets’. Our premier event is the Citizen of the Year dinner, where a member(s) of our community is honored as our “Citizen of the Year.” In 2017, we plan to get more involved with new businesses and Ribbon Cuttings in the Greater Pascack Valley. Please contact us if you are thinking of moving in or expanding!
Our website, www.PascackChamber.org provides the community with a place to go for information on local businesses and events in the area.
We invite you to become acquainted with the GPVCOC by attending one of our monthly meetings, held on the first Tuesday of each month at 8:00 AM. Please contact our Membership Chairperson for this month’s location.
We look forward to your involvement!
Robin Malley President – 2017 Greater Pascack Valley Chamber of Commerce
» To learn about the various activities that GPVCOC sponsors, please visit our webpage entitled, “Programs and Events.”
THE GREATER PASCACK VALLEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE was established more than 40 years ago to promote the business and community interests of the ten towns in the valley.
Monthly breakfast and quarterly lunch meetings of the board of directors and members are held on the first Tuesday of each month excluding July and August. Additionally, a series of networking events are held during the year whereby members and potential members can exchange business ideas and make contact with new companies and individuals.
The Chamber provides support for community projects including borough social services, community hospice, The Center for Food Action, Pascack Valley Historical Society, Spectrum for Living and the American Legion. In addition to these monetary gifts, many Chamber members volunteer to participate in the activities of these groups.
Moderate membership dues, based on the number of employees, are on a sliding sale to encourage participation of businesses of all sizes. A special individual membership is available to residents who are not associated with any business within the Pascack Valley, but who would like to participate in the benefits of the Chamber of Commerce activities. ... See MoreSee Less