Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce
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Lynbrook Chamber Launches a new Facebook page. The chamber intends to leverage social media to help chamber member businesses grow, engage customers, reach new markets, launch products and to connect with community and events.
At the Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce, we are proud to have had our members and town receive the following recognition for community service and it's contributions in the Lynbrook area.
January 23, 2013, Looking back with longtime Lynbrook Chamber President Bill Gaylor. A Herald interview. Gaylor will also be honored, along with others, as new president, Denise Rogers, will be sworn in at Thursday annual Chamber dinner at the Knights of Columbus in Lynbrook.
December 4, 2012, Hoping to "lift the spirits" of residents in his hometown of Long Beach, which was devastated by Hurricane Sandy, Billy Crystal is inviting them to a private screening of his new comedy film at the Lynbrook movie theater.
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Heralding its commitment to music education, the NAMM Foundation designated Lynbrook Public Schools as a 2013 Best Community for Music Education.
Nassau County has selected Lynbrook as one of the three South Shore communities to be the focus of a federally funded study that will explore ways to promote development near Long Island Rail Road stations.
Regal Entertainment representative gives run-down of planned upgrades for the theater, including 15-screens with 3,000 seats, party rooms and a drop off lane.
The Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce held a design contest a new logo for the Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce. The winner of the contest was Nicolai Tyco, a 2013 graduate of Lynbrook High School. and a co-president of the National Art Honor Society.
Lynbrook's Greis Memorial Park wins a $25,000 grant from Coca-Cola contest. The park came in third-place in online voting.
This was the second Small Business Saturday in Lynbrook part of a national effort, started by American Express and local chambers of commerce in 2010, to encourage consumers to shop at local businesses on one of the biggest holiday shopping weekends of the year. The Lynbrook chamber pulled out all the stops to ensure that village businesses would see as much traffic as possible, with events planned throughout the day for shoppers of all ages.
Mixing and mingling for a good cause: Lynbrook Mayor William Hendrick, along with Assemblyman Brian Curran and Chamber President Denise Rogers all had a great time guest bartending at P12 on Dec. 10 for the Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce fundraiser held to benefit the Our Lady of Peace Social Ministry Food Pantry.