A Message from the QAC Chamber Chair
For the last 37 years, the Queen Anne’s County Chamber of Commerce has played an important role in representing the local business community by promoting strong and viable economic growth as well as enhancing the quality of life for our areas residents and students. This year, after having been a member for many years, I have the honor of being the Chair of this vibrant and powerful organization.
As a small business owner, I want to share my passion, pride and dedication to this community with each of you so we may continue to work together with our Business, Government and Education partners to ensure a bright and prosperous future for ourselves and our children. Thank you to the members of this organization, who without your continued support there would not be a Chamber of Commerce to provide the opportunities available to us.Our Chamber is made up of over 525 of the best local businesses. I encourage you to utilize our business directory to find your next service, and don’t forget to mention that the Chamber sent you!
We have an exciting year ahead of us. I invite you to explore the Chamber differently than you may have before. Attend a Business After Hours Mixer, Ribbon Cutting or Lunch and Learn. Whatever your needs or interests, you will be able to find something through the Chamber. Get involved and forge relationships with other business owners and professionals in the community. By actively becoming involved with our Chamber, I have seen my business flourish over the years. The Chamber would love for your business to become the next success story so if there is any way we can help you, don’t hesitate to ask for assistance. We will continue to be a channel for connecting members with resources as well as a catalyst for job and business growth.
If you are new to the community, we welcome you and hope you find this directory to be a resource to make your transition smooth. Our great community is rich in history and unique recreation with activities for everyone at any age. A long drive down a back country road, a day of shopping, antiquing or sightseeing, an afternoon boating or at the beach, a bike ride down the cross island trail or a waterfront sunset dinner, Queen Anne’s County is a wonderful place to “live, work and play.”
To Your Success,
Casey Palmer, Palmer’s Plumbing, LLC
QAC Chamber of Commerce Chair 2017