Our mission is to develop a positive and productive business climate in the Town of Raymond and our six surrounding towns of Candia, Chester, Deerfield, Epping, Fremont and Nottingham. 


The primary responsibilities of this Chamber are to serve as an advocate to provide business development and communicate the views of the business community.


Upcoming events

23 Apr 2015 5:00 PM • 4 Essex Rd, Raymond, NH 03077 (Cork N' Keg)
06 May 2015 5:30 PM • 13 Hall Farm Rd., Atkinson, NH 03811
07 May 2015 8:30 AM • Chamber Office


Welcome to Our New Members


Longbranch Restaurant
Rocky Cove Cottages
Bradford Copy Center
Cork N Keg Grill
Crossroads Chiropractic
Team Downes - The Masiello Group
This Week In Raymond
Gammys Thrift Shop
Granite State Flooring/Clivio's Custom Tile
Nelson's Computer Help




Thanks to Our Renewing Members


Aggregate Industries
A Step Up Bookkeeping
H&R Block
Country Woods Furniture
Littlewoods Landscaping
Access Sports Medicine
Wild Indigo Creative Services

 

 

 

 

 

  • Innovation – Small businesses focus on solving problems and creating products that aren’t always driven by popular trends or sales forecasts. There are so many unique products created by makers and artisans every day – individuals who are set on making the world a better place.

 

  • Opportunity – On a recent episode of Shark Tank, Daymond John said, “Being an entrepreneur is the ultimate equalizer.” There is opportunity for everyone when it comes to innovation, hustling and getting your products into stores and the hands of customers. Being an entrepreneur is hard, grueling work. It’s that way for everyone. The playing field is equal and it’s all about the level of determination and work that you bring to the equation.

 

  • Families – When you buy from a small business, often you’re supporting a family. You’re the reason a mom is able to be at home with her children, or that a family is able to pay their mortgage or send children to college.  You’re supporting individuals with a high level of ethics, who treat their employees like family.

 

  • The US Economy – Many small businesses have products that are handmade by their owners right here in the U.S. rather than buy plastic items from China and factories where the working conditions are unknown, you can support quality products, eco-friendly materials, and families paying their workers fair wages.

 

  • Paying it Forward – Small businesses give back. Research indicates that over 90 percent of small business owners contribute to their communities through volunteering, in-kind contributions, and cash donations. When you support small businesses, you’re helping to pay it forward.

 

                          

 

 

 

Special Recognition Members!

           
 
    
 
     

 

        

 

   

 

 

 

     

 

     

Shookus Special Tools, Inc 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      

Morning Mixer & Business After Hours Request Form

 

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