As the countywide chamber of commerce, the Niagara USA Chamber is used to holding ribbon-cutting ceremonies for new companies. However, its next ribbon-cutting will be a little different, as it will cut the ribbon on its own new auxiliary business space.
A celebratory event is slated for 9 a.m. Tuesday, May 2, at 518 Main St., Niagara Falls. This new location will be in addition to the Chamber’s main office in Sanborn, in the Samuel Ferraro Center for Economic Development.
“We’re excited to be opening this additional space,” stated Kory Schuler, executive director of the Niagara USA Chamber. “It will give us the opportunity to connect with the community, and give members and future members another way to interact with the Chamber.”
Located in a building being renovated by Puneet and Diyva Tandon of SJI Main LLC, this auxiliary space is hard to miss, with new signage and large windows showcasing what the Chamber has to offer.
Douglas Elia, president of Montante Construction and the chairman of the Chamber’s board of directors stated, “We have seen the upward trajectory of development in Niagara Falls, and felt the timing of this office was right. While this is part of a larger plan for more presence in other parts of the county, we are happy to kick off our plan in Niagara Falls.”
Niagara Falls City Mayor Robert Restaino is expected to be on hand for the event.
For more information on the Niagara USA Chamber, visit www.niagarachamber.org or call 716-285-9142.