Welcome to the Garden City Chamber of Commerce


vintage car paradeSUNDAY, APRIL 20th 2014

Assembly: Gates open at 10:00am Parking Field 9E – East side of Franklin Avenue between Ninth and Eleventh Streets. Enter only at Ninth Street. Parade starts promptly at 1:00. Spectators are welcome to enjoy this year’s expanded activities, but must park in Field 9E south
of the assembly area.

Parade Route: Exit Field 9E at Tenth Street. South on Franklin Ave to Seventh Street. West to Hilton Ave, where parade will terminate.

Eligibility: All authentic old motorcars, 1898-1989, including antique, classic, and special interest. Please, no replicas or noisy-engine cars.

Pre-Registration: Please complete the enclosed registration form and return it by Wednesday, April 16th with your $12 entry donation ($10 each, 3 or more cars) to the Garden City Chamber of Commerce, 230 Seventh Street, NY 11530, (516) 746-7724. Pre-registration forms may be duplicated. (Fees are non-refundable.) Registration
at the Gate is $15.

Souvenir: All registered Cars will receive a commemorative dash plaque at the assembly check-in point.

Rain Date: None/Non Refundable Fees

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  • PGA Tour Store Now Hiring!

  • Dear Chamber Members: We are pleased to announce that Metropolitan Physical Therapy has become a participating merchant on the Friends of the Chamber Merchant Card

  • Major Savings for Gas and Telecommunications Systems

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The Garden City Chamber of Commerce and the Albanese Organization presented the Spring 2014 After Hours Networking Event at REVEL Restaurant and Bar. It was a smashing success. Pictures and story will be posted soon.

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At the Garden City Chamber of Commerce luncheon program on March 26, Dan Eichhorn, PE, Vice President, Customer Service, PSEG Long Island presented an overview of PSEG Long Island with an in-depth update of PSEG’s goals and commitments to the residents of Long Island. PSEG’s focus is on creating a really great company which will operate in every aspect in the best interest of Long Island residents. Mr. Eichhorn noted that PSEG has a 5-year plan which places strong focus on reliability, excellence of performance, improvement in storm response and overall customer satisfaction. “We aim to be there in every aspect for the people of Long island.”


Ed ManganoChristopher P. Wright, member of the Nassau County Interim Finance Authority (NIFA) Board of Directors spoke on the History of NIFA: Initiation of the 2011 Contral Period Interaction with Nassau County and State of NY, at the Chamber's January 29, 2014 lucheon.

Mr. Wright has been a member of the NIFA Board since 2007, having been originally appointed by Governor Spitzer on Comptroller DiNapoli's recommendation. He is the Regional Managing Director for Protiviti's Eastern United States region. He has over 25 years experience as an external auditor including six years as a partner at tow global accounting firms - Arthur Anderson and KPMG. The Chamber's luncheon series is held at the Garden City Hotel.

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The Garden City Chamber of Commerce held its 59th annual Village Tree Lighting Ceremony on Sunday, December 2 at the Village Gazebo. Sponsored for the 1th year by Astoria Federal Savings, the event featured the Fivestone Rock Band the Garden City High School Vocal Jazz Ensemble and the Garden City Recreation Department Dancers.  Santa arrived on the Fire Department’s “fire engine-turned-sleigh” followed by the lighting of the Village trees by Garden City Mayor John Watras assisted by Santa and a group of young “elves.”

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For the Garden City Chamber of Commerce

The Garden City Hotel
Was held December 2nd, 2013

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Doubleday-Court-Model"Taste of Garden City" organizers (L-R): John Appelt, Chamber 1st VP; Tom McCambridge, 2nd VP; Althea Robinson, executive director; Dana Amoroso, Lord
& Taylor personal shopper; Joseph Ricaurte, VP/general store manager; Colleen Harkins, Lord & Taylor regional manager; James Cooke, assistant store manager; Liz Denby Chamber assistant director; and Roger Eltringham,
immediate past president.

James Cook, Assistant Manager (left) with Joseph Ricaurte, VP, General Store Manager, Lord & Taylor, Garden City

On Wednesday, November 20, for the 7th consecutive year, Lord & Taylor, Garden City, hosted the Garden City Chamber's annual "Taste of Garden City" After Hours Networking Event - an early kick-off to the 2013 Holiday Season. Showcased were a hoard of member restaurants and eateries graciously providing samplings of their finest culinary specialties. This event is traditionally held in the renowned Sarabeth Restaurant with ample time for holiday
shopping throughout the store, both during and following the event.

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