Chamber still focused on driving new business
Over the next month, six new businesses will open in Pompano Beach as the Chamber of Commerce continues to work on redevelopment in the city.
“We're certainly seeing people feel more confident and they're starting to understand how beneficial it can be to work with organizations like the chamber that help get the word on their business,” said Ric Green, president of the Pompano Beach Chamber of Commerce. “In this day and age with Internet marketing and social media, one of the best things that the Chamber does is communicate with its members.”
The Pompano Chamber has recently celebrated the opening of Studio 410, a photography studio in Deerfield Beach; Oar House, a dockside restaurant and paddle board rental facility in Pompano Beach; PNC Bank; Your Pie, a new custom-made-to-order pizza place in Lighthouse Point; Fred Hunter's Funeral Home; and Oxygen Fitness, a women's fitness center.