About the chamber
To Lead and Serve Placentia Area’s Business Community with the invaluable input of our Board of Directors, volunteers, members and numerous other stakeholders.
The Chamber has become the voice of Placentia Bay’s business community, and a leader in programming in the region to support our members.
The Chamber also provides a broad spectrum of benefits for small businesses and medium to large sized corporations alike. Whether it be preparing strategic submissions to the Federal, Provincial or Municipal government on issues.The Placentia Area Chamber Commerce is a strong voice of advocacy on issues concerning business.
What Businesses are saying
The Fair provides a great opportunity for seniors and youth from throughout the entire region to socialize and learn from each other. It is the perfect venue for both demographics to share experiences and knowledge on a wide variety of topics and issues.
I want to commend the Placentia Chamber of Commerce in planning for another Annual Age-Friendly Fair in June 2015. This Fair will provide the opportunity for vendors to showcase products and services available to meet the changing and growing needs of an aging population in the Placentia region
Age Friendly Fair 2017
The Age Friendly Fair offers a variety of workshops, demonstrations and exhibits for all age groups. We have activities for young kids to senior citizens and everyone in between so drop by and check out our 2017 event in June.
the photo on the left shows our Senior Recognition Award Winner Tom O’Keefe, with nominees Billy O/Reilly from St. Bride’s, Angus Gilbert from Dunville, Martha Murray from Fox Harbour and Jean Budden from Dunville! Congratulations to all, because all are winners – other nominees who were not able to make the presentations were Winnie Cleary from Southeast, Kyran Gambin from Fox Harbour, Annie McGrath from St. Bride’s, and William Woodman from Dunville. Congratulations to all!