An Invitation to All Businesses to Participate in Upcoming Meeting of Tarrytown-Sleepy Hollow Chamber of Commerce

Sleepy Hollow-Tarrytown Chamber of CommerceAll businesses are invited to attend and participate in the upcoming meeting on March 4th from 8:30 am – 10:00 am in Sleepy Hollow. The Sleepy Hollow-Tarrytown Chamber of Commerce continues to promote the businesses in our community via the internet, print media and with maps from the Visitor Center at 1 Neperan Road, Tarrytown, highlighting all its members. The Chamber is proud to say that the Tarrytown Merchants’ Council, a committee of the Chamber, has been an effective force in maintaining a dialogue between the Village of Tarrytown and the merchants. Topics such as: parking; outdoor cafes; the June Annual Craft, Food and Street Fair; trolleys; community film making; and signage have been discussed due to the leadership of Theresa McCarthy, Chairperson of the Merchants’ Council along with many merchants.

At this time the Chamber is working to create and mirror the success of the Tarrytown Merchants Council by developing the Sleepy Hollow Merchants’ Council with the leadership and commitment of Leslie Blanco-Ishoo, Merchants’ Council Chairperson, Terence G. McGlynn, Anthony Giaccio, Village Adminstrator, and Brian Doyle, co-owner of JP Doyle’s. They hope to bring together all the merchants of the Sleepy Hollow business district, and create a forum through which communication can occur directly with the Village and its leaders about all issues that affect the businesses of Sleepy Hollow.

All businesses are invited to attend and participate in the upcoming meeting on March 4th from 8:30 am – 10:00 am at JP Doyle’s Restaurant & Public House, 48 Beekman Avenue, Sleepy Hollow.

The Chamber believes strongly in promoting all businesses and invites Chamber members and non-members to share their ideas and concerns to move forward in continuing the dialogue with the Village in order to make Sleepy Hollow a destination for visitors and tourists from the Tri-State area and especially New York City.

We are simply concerned that we must find solutions and enhancements to help grow the LOCAL economy.

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