Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce

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  • Frank Sullivan Recognized for Exemplary Impact on Local Community
  • We congratulate Frank Sullivan of Hill Wallack, LLP for being honored as a SmartCEO 2016 Cornerstone Award Winner! The program… Read More
  • LBCCC Wins Award!
  • We are proud to announce that the LBCCC was named Best of Bucks 2016, Best Business Chamber or Networking Group!… Read More
  • LBCCC Holds Annual Meeting, Board Chair Transfer of the Gavel, & Volunteer Recognition Event
  • The Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce presented over twenty awards to various Committee, Group, and Roundtable Chairs during their… Read More
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Frank Sullivan Recognized for Exemplary Impact on Local Community

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Honoree Frank SullivanWe congratulate Frank Sullivan of Hill Wallack, LLP for being honored as a SmartCEO 2016 Cornerstone Award Winner!

The program honors “businesses making a meaningful and lasting impact in their local communities. These companies are not only economic drivers — providing jobs and fueling growth — they are also exemplary stewards — devoting time, talent and money to community development and philanthropic initiatives. Honorees include companies of all sizes and industry segments that have made a commitment to strengthening the foundation of the communities they call home.”

Recipients were celebrated at a luncheon on Thursday, August 4th at the Warwick Hotel Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia, PA. Mr. Sullivan is profiled in the July/August issue of SmartCEO magazine, a publication that aims to find ideas and inspiration to help CEOs grow their businesses.

The LBCCC joins SmartCEO in applauding Mr. Sullivan for his outstanding contributions to our business community!

Source: http://www.smartceo.com/

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LBCCC Wins Award!

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best of bucks 2016We are proud to announce that the LBCCC was named Best of Bucks 2016, Best Business Chamber or Networking Group!

“Best of Bucks” is an annual contest sponsored by the Bucks County Courier Times. Readers nominate and cast ballots for their favorite local services, businesses and products.

We thank all of our supporters who voted to make the Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce Best of Bucks for 2016!

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LBCCC Holds Annual Meeting, Board Chair Transfer of the Gavel, & Volunteer Recognition Event

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The Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce presented over twenty awards to various Committee, Group, and Roundtable Chairs during their 2016 Annual Meeting/Volunteer Recognition celebration hosted by Pen Ryn Estate in Bensalem, PA on Thursday, June 9th. During the event, sponsored by Penn Community Bank, the Chamber’s Committees were also recognized for their efforts and contributions to the success of the LBCCC.

The following honors were given:
Mitchell/Connor Award
Kathleen M. Zelenka, The Gormley Furlong Group at Stifel

Shot in the Arm with Enthusiasm Awards
Heather Towne, Flowers by Jennie Lynne
Brian Zavodnick, Process Plus Legal Services, LLC
Kevin Wiener, Advanced Merchant Group

Staff Appreciation Award
Robin M. Connor, E.W. Kaufmann

Chair Elect Award and Passing of Gavel
Suzy Buehler, Board Chair 2016-2017, McCafferty Auto Group

Click here to view the Shout Out Digital Montage that was shown throughout the event.

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LBCCC Holds 3rd Annual ECONference

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The Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce hosted the 3rd Annual ECONference at Parx East, Bensalem, on Wednesday, May 18th. Over 300 business professionals and thought leaders were in attendance. Special guests of the event were former Philadelphia Flyer, Brian Propp, Mayor of Bensalem, Joe DiGirolamo, and Author of Playing it Forward, Nick Gianoulis. Build Your Business on Bucks County’s Highways to Success was the theme in response to the newly-introduced cashless toll system as well as the multi-phase plan to connect I-95 and the PA Turnpike.

Amy M.B. McKenna, President of the Lower Bucks County Chamber, moderated the morning forum, whose impressive panel consisted of Bradley J. Heigel, P.E., Chief Engineer, Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, Bill Brady, Executive Director of TMA Bucks and Paul Bencivengo, Vice President of Visit Bucks County. They provided different perspectives on the increasing regional economic growth and tourism opportunities which will result from the new projects and how they will positively impact Bucks County businesses by improving roadway congestion on our local roadways.

The morning program was followed by informative breakout sessions led by local industry leaders. Attendees enjoyed presentations on contemporary topics such as marketing, branding, business partnerships with Non-Profit organizations, how to do business with Parx Casino, web presence and social media.  “I thoroughly enjoyed the day. The speakers were great, the breakouts I attended were very informative, and as an exhibitor and attendee, the Expo was very lively and provided many great business connections and generated quality leads,” stated Incoming Board Chair, Suzy Buehler of McCafferty Auto Group.

The afternoon program was kicked off by Nick Gianoulis, Founder of The Fun Dept., author of Playing It Forward, who offered ECONference participants innovative ways to motivate employees through fun in the workplace. He emphasized that “Fun in the workplace is a process, not an event.” The Economic Forum, moderated by Bob Cormack, Executive Director, Bucks County Economic Development Corporation, consisted of a great cross-section of different industries with the panelists speaking on topics such as building your business, fundraising for your business, revitalizing the performances of sales teams, and increasing visibility on the increasing internet highway.

Following the afternoon forum, business professionals networked at the ECONference Tradeshow and Business Card Exchange.  “ECONference 2016 was a great success, and is a true testament to how the Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce keeps abreast of current issues which affect the business community, and provides quality educational programming and networking opportunities.  A special thank you to our Lead Sponsor, Parx Casino, and our Forum Sponsors, Lower Bucks Hospital and Univest Bank & Trust Company,” said Lower Bucks County Chamber President, Amy M.B. McKenna.

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Young Professionals – age 40 is the new cut-off!

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Attention LBCCC members who are age 40 and under, you can join our Young Professionals group! The age was previously capped at age 35 but we’re now including our members who are age 36 – 40!

Click Here for more info on the LBCCC Young Professionals!

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Congratulations LBCCC!

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Congratulations to you, the members of LBCCC!

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LBCCC – Best Chamber or Networking Group

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Bucks County Ball – Best Chamber or Business Event

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Join today and we’ll waive the processing fee!

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During our Spring Membership Drive from March 31 – May 31, 2016, the Chamber will waive the standard $35 processing fee for all new members.

Click Here to Join Today!

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Attention Members…

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Check out the prizes you can win for recruiting new members during the Chamber’s Membership Drive!

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Bucks County Ball – Gaming Prize Numbers

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Download a list of the Winning Prize Numbers here!

If you are the recipient of one of the prizes, please bring your ticket to the Chamber to claim your prize! Good Luck!

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Spring Allergies Start to Bloom…

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Pollen is already in the wind. Tree pollen is on the rise and recent warm temperatures are a reminder that people need to have a treatment plan ready.

Tree pollen is the biggest cause of spring allergy symptoms. Combine tree pollen with the grass pollen that arrives soon and more than 50 million allergic Americans are bracing themselves for sneezes and watery eyes.

You do not have to suffer without relief. Over-the-counter allergy remedies may help people with minor symptoms. For those with more severe allergic reactions, Patient First physicians may prescribe stronger treatments.

Allergy symptoms may also be reduced by:

• Closing windows and using the air conditioner to decrease the amount of pollen entering the home
• Minimizing outdoor activity between 5 a.m. and 10 a.m. when pollen counts are the highest
• Using pollen-removing air filters and changing them regularly

TIPS PROVIDED BY PATIENT FIRST!

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