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York Chamber

The York County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting and grand opening earlier this summer at its new facility at 110 Mid Atlantic Place, Yorktown. There were over 80 people present, including several York County Board of Supervisors, the Deputy County Administrator, and other VIPs. The new facility includes the office for the Executive Administrator, two conference rooms, a common area, four offices for York County Chamber Members to rent, and the York County Chamber Business Incubator which is designed to assist small home-based businesses just starting. There are eight single space rentals available. “The new facility moves our Chamber to the next level, supporting home-based and small businesses in getting off the ground, growing, and flourishing,” said York County Chamber president Snap Troeschel. Cutting the ribbon were, center from left, Troeschel, Chamber Executive Administrator Tracy Harsey and Carl Loveland, the first president of the York County Chamber in 2003.

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