Suffern Chamber Welcomes All Western Rockland Businesses
The Suffern Chamber of Commerce is not just for Suffern businesses — we’re here to help and support the entire western Rockland business community, including Airmont, Hillburn, Montebello, Sloatsburg, and, of course, Suffern. Our goal is to see a stronger regional business community focused on the unique characteristics and needs of western Rockland.
By stretching its boundaries, the Chamber is revisiting the strategies that made the entire western Rockland business community a powerhouse of the early American Industrial Revolution, when the Village of Suffern served as the ”downtown main street” for a thriving regional business community due to its unique role as the area’s transportation hub.
The Suffern Chamber offers a warm welcome to all local businesses and looks forward to the contribution that they will make to the overall viability of the western Rockland business community.
Hudson Valley Bank Holds Cocktail Reception June 14th, 2012
Suffern Chamber of Commerce Has 3 Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies
2 Anny’s a popular consignment shop has renovated and updated their store in recent months. Business is increasing as shoppers flock to find brand-name bargains at up to 70% off retail.
Taita, which means ‘father’ is a Peruvian restaurant that has opened their doors. After a ribbon-cutting, proprietor Jose Luis and his family served Canchita which are deep fried corn kernels, Jalea which is fried seafood including calamari, Papa a la Huancaina which included a hardboiled egg, potato and a tasty creamy sauce. The food is fresh and is very different with South American roots and Asian influences.
B-Balls Meatballs finally opened after a long wait and had their grand opening which featured a band, free hotdogs, t-shirts and glitter tattoos. At B-Balls Meatballs you’ll find a deli, pizza and their soon to be famous meatball sandwiches. Try the disco ball hero!!
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