Chamber Meetings Continue to Connect Local Businesses!
If you weren’t at the Roycroft Inn for the Greater East Aurora Chamber of Commerce’s Business Tourism Council meeting this morning (6/21), you missed a very informative and energizing get together.
There was a strong turnout to hear presentations by developer Todd Stine, new owner of 649 Main St. (the former First Niagara Bank) and John Cimperman, owner of 42 North.
Mr. Stine talked about his plans for developing his property into a 9 room Air B’nB and an events center featuring the former bank’s unique architecture.
Mr. Cimperman discussed the planning and concept for the Borderland Festival at Knox Farm State Park September 22nd and 23rd. The festival will feature nationally recognized bands on 3 stages along with local artisans, craft beers and foods and more.
In addition, group discussion centered on area activities and events, tourism promotion and local business updates!
Join us for the next meeting July 19th!