The Smugglers’ Notch Area Chamber of Commerce represents the business interests of our region
by focusing on these Four Avenues of Service:
• Promotion – Highlighting member businesses and the region (Information booth, brochures, press, web media, gift certificates).
• Education – Identifying and communicating key business strategies with our members.
• Networking – Encouraging Interaction and support between members.
• Community Support – Actively serving the community through sponsorships, events and volunteerism.
Please Join Us!
View or download our complete Membership Package here: 2015 Membership Package
To print out only the Membership Application – including our dues structure – go to 2015 Membership Application
The Smugglers’ Notch Area Chamber of Commerce is a Non-Profit, All Volunteer organization devoted to Area Promotion and Community Support in Northwest Lamoille County. Membership Dues are kept affordable and our volunteer structure results in all Chamber funds being spent on our mission – there are no paid employees. Group insurance programs are available to members, as is no-charge membership in our LocalFocus gift certificate program.
We maintain a Chamber website featuring regional information and member listings with ‘Hotlinks’, where applicable. Because the Chamber website is maintained ‘In-house’, changes and additions can be put in place in a very timely fashion. We also periodically publish a Chamber Brochure which is distributed to interested parties by mail and at all the State of Vermont Rest/Info areas. This is primarily a ‘Tourism’ piece – Costs are in addition to Chamber membership to cover the cost of printing. The Chamber covers the cost of distribution. The Chamber is the organizer and promoter of the annual Cambridge Winterfest. The Chamber also maintains the Information Booth on Route 15 at the Mobil station, organizes the annual July 4th Celebration, collaborates with the Cambridge Arts Council on the annual Festival of the Arts, provides support to the Cambridge Civil War Days and purchased the Cambridge and Jeffersonville Holiday Lights for the town.