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Attention business owners in Foxborough, Mansfield and Norton. Would you like to grow your business, increase your community visibility, and make valuable new connections? If the answer is ‘yes,’ then you’ll want to join the Tri-Town Chamber of Commerce.

Between June 11-13, 30 Tri-Town Chamber members will be reaching out to business owners who want to grow their businesses and expand their community connections as part of the Chamber’s 2018 Membership Campaign. The Campaign is designed to attract companies from every industry and profession including but not limited to accountants; advertising agencies; architects; auto sales and service centers; caterers; chiropractors; contractors; dentists; dry cleaners; electricians; engineers; hair stylists; doctors and healthcare professionals; insurance agents; landscapers; retailers; restaurants; lawyers; real estate agents; security services; veterinarians; and other organizations. If you are ready to take the next step with your business growth and would like a volunteer to call you, let us know 508-339-5655.

Each new tax-deductible membership includes a broad array of benefits from educational workshops and training to networking opportunities, marketing and social events. If that’s not enough from now until our Annual Business BBQ on July 26th, we are offering $1000 worth of incentives for new businesses when they join. In addition, we will celebrate all new members at the BBQ at the Chamber.  , One lucky new member will receive a free membership for joining during the drive!

“A Tri-Town Chamber membership is a smart investment. The Chamber helps you get your name out, it’s a great way to make new business contacts and build your business connections. It gives your business exposure and helps people get to know you. The Chamber is the voice of business in your community,” explains Kara Griffin, Executive Director of the Tri-Town Chamber of Commerce

The Tri-Town Chamber currently has more than 350 businesses among its members and is eager to expand its number. Businesses of any size in any city or town are eligible to join. Are you ready to build your business and gain more exposure? Volunteers will be calling June 11-13, however if you would like to be first on the call list, contact the Tri-Town Chamber’s Executive Director Kara Griffin at, or 508-339-5655.


The Tri-Town Chamber of Commerce is a private, non-profit corporation whose mission is to bring business people together to improve the economic well-being of their organizations and thereby improve the quality of life in our communities. Located at the crossroads of Routes 95 and 495, the Tri-Town Chamber is dedicated to serving the businesses and residents of Foxborough, Mansfield, and Norton.

Twisted Networking Celebrates First Year With An April Party

PROVIDENCE — Capping off an incredible first year of connecting business people throughout the state, Twisted Networking will host their one-year anniversary event on Thursday, April 26, at the Regency Plaza, beginning at 6:00 P.M.


This event features interactive networking events to forge relationships between guests. Several people will receive awards for their efforts in getting Twisted Networking off the ground. They will also unveil their new website,


Jevonya Allen, the brainchild of the Twisted Networking/Rhode Island event, said the concept fed off her personal experiences with various networking formats. Allen said some of the events she attended were structured, which she loved but, at times, were too stringent for her lifestyle. There were others that were fun, but were too relaxed for her liking, she added.


Twisted Networking is a fusion of the positive aspects of several networking event formats. This event is designed to be fun, informative, unique and a great use of time,” said Allen, who added there are similar events happening in Virginia, Florida and one coming soon to Massachusetts. “We have been getting a steady response from attendees from these events. We host monthly networking meetings. Here in Rhode Island, we have one in Providence at Brass Monkey and one at Jacky’s Galaxy in North Providence.”


Allen said there is some structure in how the night goes, but the response from guests has been positive. She noted that the events draw nearly 200 people from various industries and parts of the state. She added that being somewhat centrally located helps bring in different people and a chance to further their network.


The April soiree will also feature butler-style passed hors d’oeuvre’s, vendors, raffles including a 50/50 raffle and other activities. Allen said she is looking for raffle items, gift baskets and other donations from area merchants and individuals. She added that being somewhat centrally located helps bring in different people and a chance to expand their respective networks.



Tickets for this event are $20 each and may be purchased by contacting Jevonya Allen at 401-301-5938 or by e-mailing her at


Anyone interested in learning more about the Twisted Networking monthly events, with the next event taking place on Tuesday, May 8, may contact Allen for more information.

Tri-Town Chamber of Commerce celebrates Moe’s Southwest Grill with a Ribbon Cutting.

We congratulate Moe’s Southwest Grill on the opening of their second location in Foxborough at Forbes Crossing. Supporting Moe’s at the event were State and Local Town officials as well as Tri-Town Chamber of Commerce members.   “The new location is bright and beautiful, the Southwest fair is amazing!  Kara Griffin, Executive Director of the Tri-Town Chamber of Commerce.


From the second you walk into a Moe’s, you’ll notice there’s something different. You actually feel welcomed. Ever since our employees at the first location in Atlanta, GA in the year 2000 shouted “Welcome to Moe’s!” – Which probably scared the bejesus out of those first guests – that phrase has embodied our entire culture. Everybody is welcome at Moe’s. Except, of course, fugitives.


4 Foxborough Blvd  Foxborough, MA, 02035 (774) 215-5449

Chamber Business After Hours to be Held on November 5th at UMass Dartmouth College of Visual and Preforming Arts

NEW BEDFORD, MA – The New Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce will be holding its next Business After Hours on Thursday, November 5, 2015 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth College of Visual and Preforming Arts at 715 Purchase Street, New Bedford, MA.  The November edition of the Chamber’s popular business networking event is sponsored by the UMass Dartmouth College of Visual and Preforming Arts and co-sponsored by Bristol County Precast, Chartwell’s Creative Catering, Crush Fine Wine, Not Your Average Joe’s, and Tia Maria’s European Café.  The Business After Hours is free for members of the Chamber and non-members can attend for a fee of $25. The event includes complimentary hors d’oeuvres, cash bar and the chance to win a door prize.


The Chamber’s Business After Hours provide an opportunity for members and non-members to mingle and build business relationships in an informal, relaxed business setting.  These mixers are held on a monthly basis in partnership with member businesses and attract business professionals from many industries.


For more information or to register for the event, please contact the Chamber at (508) 999-5231 or visit


The New Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce is a private, non-profit business association based in the City of New Bedford, Massachusetts. Chartered in 1885, the Chamber serves nearly 1000 member businesses of all sizes from virtually all industries in the ten communities of New Bedford, Acushnet, Dartmouth, Fairhaven, Freetown, Mattapoisett, Marion, Rochester, Wareham, and Westport.  The Chamber supports and promotes the local business community through leadership in public advocacy, education, networking, information, and community development.



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