Find Suffolk County New York chamber of commerce, and local city business chambers. Chambers of commerce provide information on local business listings and directories, business practices, networking meetings, events, and marketing.
Bay Shore-Chamber of Commerce 77 East Main Street Bay Shore NY 11706 631-665-7003
Chamber of Commerce 359 Lake Avenue St. James NY 11780 631-584-8510
Chamber of Commerce 211 Hounslow Road Shirley NY 11967 631-399-2228
Commack New York Chamber of Commerce 80 Hauppauge Road Commack NY 11725 631-499-4400
Cutchogue New York Chamber of Commerce 1100 Skunk Lane Cutchogue NY 11935 631-734-7126
East Hampton Chamber-Commerce 42 Gingerbread Lane East Hampton NY 11937 631-324-0362
East Islip New York Chamber of Commerce 655 Main Street Islip NY 11751 631-859-5000
Farmingville New York Chamber of Commerce PO Box 30 Farmingville NY 11738 631-317-1738
Greater Patchogue Chamber Of Commerce 15 North Ocean Avenue Patchogue NY 11772 631-207-1000
Hampton Bays Chamber-Commerce 140 Montauk Highway Hampton Bays NY 11946 631-728-2211
Holbrook Chamber of Commerce 999 Main Street Holbrook NY 11741 631-471-2725
Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce Inc 164 Main Street Huntington NY 11743 631-423-6100
Islip New York Chamber of Commerce 655 Main Street Islip NY 11751 631-581-2720
Kings Park New York Chamber of Commerce 3 Main Street Kings Park NY 11754 631-269-7678
Mattituck New York Chamber of Commerce PO Box 1056 Mattituck NY 11952 631-298-5757
Miller Place New York Chamber of Commerce 37 Oleeta Road Mount Sinai NY 11766 631-821-1313
Mount Sinai New York Chamber of Commerce 37 Oleeta Road Mount Sinai NY 11766 631-821-1313
North Fork Promotional Council 72250 Main Road Greenport NY 11944 631-477-1383
Port Jefferson Chamber-Commerce 118 West Broadway Port Jefferson NY 11777 631-473-1414
Riverhead Chamber of Commerce 540 East Main Street Riverhead NY 11901 631-727-7600
The stated goal of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is to strengthen competitiveness in the U.S. economy. Its efforts focus on advocacy for policy issues, with less emphasis on business development activities.
Fees vary from one Chamber of Commerce to the next. The fee structure is usually a sliding scale based on the member organization's number of employees or annual revenues. The joining business is considered the member of the Chamber of Commerce, so all employees of that business effectively become members.
Chambers of Commerce do not handle complaints about businesses. These complaints should be filed with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) for that particular state or region.