Chamber Moves Into New Offices
The Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce has moved its Jamestown office to 300 N. Main St. and will be moving to a downtown Dunkirk location on Jan. 1.
“These moves are part of our strategic plan,” said Todd Tranum, Chamber president and chief executive officer. “We have had a goal of being centrally located in the two population centers of the county to better serve our membership. Certainly this an exciting time in our county as we watch the National Comedy Center grow in Jamestown and development efforts continue on the Dunkirk water front. In terms of the Jamestown move we are grateful to the staffs at the Gebbie Foundation and National Comedy Center for their efforts in facilitating this move and we look forward to continuing our work with these and other partners. While it will take a little time for the dust to settle from our Jamestown move, we envision this new office space in the heart of downtown as a welcoming and professional space to provide information and business services. We trust this will strengthen our partnerships with entities such as the Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau and Jamestown Renaissance Corporation, and will help us to better serve our members.”
A grand opening will be scheduled once the chamber offices are more settled.
The phone numbers remains the same: 484-1101 in Jamestown and 366-6200 in Dunkirk, and the web address is unchanged at www.chautauquachamber.org.