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Together We Are Strong

Our Springfield area businesses are struggling. Let’s help save them!

During these tough times, when so many small businesses either cannot operate, or have limited ability to generate revenue, we want to stand behind them and offer our ongoing support. In an effort to help, the Springfield Regional Chamber of Commerce, 

Black River Innovation Campus, and Indelible Inc. have joined forces to build a community tip jar website where you can drop a tip for any of the participating businesses.

Buy gift cards, shop their online stores, order take-out, or donate. Stay home and stay safe while still supporting our wonderful, amazing local businesses throughout the COVID-19 crisis. Find your favorite businesses and show them some love! 

Springfield is a resilient community. We’ve been through a lot, and we know what it means to struggle and survive. We’re all in this together and we WILL get through it!

After Hours Business Mixer

for Chamber Members

POSTPONED...for now

Not a Chamber Member? Call 802-885-2779 for information about joining today!

Hosted by

Northeast 3D

Crissy Webster Couseling Services

Best Bodywork and Yoga LLC

156 Wall St, Springfield

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

5:30 - 7:00

An evening of networking, socializing,

 and hors d'oeuvres.

50/50 Raffle and Door Prizes!

Big things are happening in Springfield - Black River Innovation Campus (BRIC), an exciting new tech initiative, will leverage the fastest internet speeds in the country (10 gigabit), to educate and train people in digital skills, employ them in related sectors, and empower them to launch the startups that will continue to drive Springfield’s digital economy. With over $1 million dollars in predevelopment funds already raised, this project is a key to Springfield's bright future! 

Visit the website to learn more:

TOP TEN REASONS TO SHOP LOCAL

  1. Locally owned one-of-a-kind businesses have character! They add to the unique charm of our community.

  2. Small local businesses build strong communities by encouraging neighborhood relationships, both social and economic. Area businesses give back to local causes and help to support vibrant town centers.

  3. Local ownership means decisions are being made locally by people who live in the community and who are directly impacted by those decisions.

  4. Keeping your money local enriches the whole community. Compared to chain stores, locally owned businesses recycle a much larger percentage of their revenue back into the local economy.

  5. Local businesses mean local jobs! In some sectors, local businesses provide better wages and benefits that chains do.

  6. Economic innovations and prosperity are fueled by entrepreneurship. Local businesses provide opportunities for families to move out of low-wage jobs and into the middle class.

  7. Local stores have small footprints. Compared to big box stores and shopping malls, neighborhood shops make efficient use of public services and require less infrastructure.

  8. Town centers that feature locally owned businesses help to sustain vibrant, compact, walkable communities, which reduces sprawl, automobile use, habitat loss, and air and water pollution.

  9. A competitive local marketplace is the best way to ensure innovation and low prices.

  10. Local business ownership guarantees a broader range of product choices – small businesses hand-select their products based on their own interests, and the needs and preferences of their local customers.

Springfield,   Reinvented

 

 

Thank you for visiting our  website! We have a lot to be proud of in Springfield and we are excited to share it with visitors and community members alike. We hope you look through our pages to learn about our history, current events, and all the activites you can do in our town! While you are here learn about our Chamber of Commerce and what we can do for all of our business members.  Our goal is to promote the wonderful events and daily progress happening in our town and by our business community. When you are in town stop into our office at 56 Main Street to say hello and get your picture taken with our favorite yellow family, The Simpsons! We also provide great resources of places to go, things to do, and places to grab a great meal. 

When Do You Belong in Springfield?

Call us: (802) 885-2779

Email us:  springfieldrcoc@vermontel.net

 

Find us: 

56 Main Street Suite #2

Springfield, Vermont 05156

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