Chamber President and Chief Executive Officer Todd Tranum said the move is part of the chamber’s strategic plan to be centrally located in the two population centers of the county to better serve our membership.
The new chamber location is at the corner of Main and Third Streets, which was most recently occupied by the Lucille Wright air museum. The property is currently owned by the Gebbie Foundation after it was purchased from the Lucy Desi museum.
For the past several years the chamber’s south county office had been located inside JCC’s Manufacturing Technology Institute.
A similar move is expected for the chamber’s north county office in Dunkirk, relocating from the JCC North County campus to downtown Dunkirk.