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     John Knoop, Jr. was named the recipient of the 2016 Pride in Millville Awad, presented by the Greater Millville Chamber of Commerce on May 21, 2016 at The GlassWorks business complex.       The night also included special ceremonies to celebrate Millville’s 150th Birthday with six mayors, past and present on hand. Click here to read more about John Knoop, Jr.

The Official Newsletter 

of the Greater Millville Chamber of Commerce






Help Wanted: Car Show Volunteers Sought

     The Greater Millville Chamber of Commerce is seeking volunteers to assist in this year's 26th Annual Downtown Car Show. The event will be August 13 from 9 AM to 3 PM in the Glasstown Arts District. High Street will be closed from Main Street to Broad Street to accommodate the hundreds of cars on display.

     The Greater Millville Chamber of Commerce and the Cruisin’ Classics Car Club will be this year’s hosts. The major event sponsors are Bottino’s ShopRite of Millville, South Jersey Gas and STS Sheet Metal, Inc.
      The car show is open to all makes and models, including special interest and modern collectibles of any age.  For more information, contact Executive Director Earl Sherrick.


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If you missed this special Chamber-sponsored event, you can see it On Demand through SNJToday. CLICK THE PLAY BUTTON

A Proud Partner of the

Greater Millville Chamber of Commerce

Working Together
To Strengthen Our
South Jersey Communities

     How many of you remember the movement for South Jersey to secede from New Jersey and create a new state?   In 1980, a discussion that innocently enough started as a joke actually made it to a non-binding referendum on the ballot in six counties in South Jersey, and received 51 percent affirmative votes.        

     On April 25, the Greater Millville Chamber of Commerce, with the help of the Glassworks Business Complex and Salmon Ventures, hosted a record nine chambers from six South Jersey counties to discuss the diversity of these counties and how we can better compete with our neighboring counties to the north.   We were also fortunate to have the Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey, Kim Guadagno as the keynote speaker.      

     The tremendous diversity of our own six counties was evident during a discussion with leadership of the various counties.  Casinos, bay/shore, tourism, farming and workforce development were among the many topics discussed before the Lieutenant governor highlighted the many advantages and, yes, challenges of doing business in New Jersey.      

     Although there was no discussion about seceding from New Jersey during this meeting, our marching orders are clear: let’s work together as one large block so that we can make a difference in the way that we live, work and play in wonderful South Jersey.

Chamber President Larry Malone offers his insight on positive changes in our community

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See SNJToday's interview with Guadagno. CLICK THE PLAY BUTTON AT LEFT.

In addition to presenting the Pride in Millville Award

to John Knoop, the Greater Millville Chamber of Commerce also honored these regional businesses for their contributions to the economy of The Holly City.


• American Legion Nabb-Leslie Post 82

• Kaffe Magnum Opus

• Bogarts Books & Cafe

• Verna’s Flightline Resturant

• Animal Clinic

• Max Communications

• SNJ Today 

Click the name of each business for more details about their award-winning ventures

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