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New Chamber president looks ahead
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Denise Rogers was sworn in as Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce president by Deputy Mayor Alan Beach in January.
What would you say to a new business owner to entice them to join the Chamber?
I’d say that our Chamber has a lot to offer. We are always looking to improve the business in the community. We have an active voice in our village and we are always here to help. We do work hand-in-hand in the village and not only will we help you promote your business, we’ll provide [resources]. Lynbrook is a great place to shop and play.

What would you say your biggest challenge will be as president?
My biggest challenge is going to be finding ways that will help promote our local businesses in a way that will involve our community. Like the Taste of Lynbrook which features local restaurants. I think that’s a great way of showing that we are promoting our local restaurants and getting the community involved to see what we have to offer. There are so many other businesses that we want to help promote as well.

What are you most looking forward to?

I’m looking forward to working with my new board, continuing to be involved in our community, helping to find new ways to help local businesses here in town and unite the community in doing so.


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