2012 Chili & Chowder Taste Off and Brew Sampling
Wednesday, October 24, 2012 from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
Join us to get a taste of what our local restaurants and breweries have to offer!
Featuring local restaurants and breweries including Berkshire Brewing Company, Black Diamond 2 Restaurant, Blue Moon Diner, The Coffee House, Colonial Grille, Gardner Ale House, Heywood Hospital, Heywood Wakefield Commons, King Phillip Restaurant, Lefty's Brewing Company, McNally's Restaurant, Nu Cafe, Wachusett Brewing Company, and Williams Restaurant.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
A person of any age, who is holding a ticket can enter the event, but must show ID to sample the brews.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
You can contact the Greater Gardner Chamber of Commerce at 978.632.1780 or email@example.com
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes, tickets must be presented to enter the event.
When & Where
Greater Gardner Chamber of Commerce
The Greater Gardner Chamber of Commerce will provide direct business support and advocacy, as well as provide social and informational activities to the business community it represents.
The Greater Gardner Chamber of Commerce is a private non-profit organization, separate from the government and public sector. The Chamber is an incorporated business organization governed by a Board of Directors elected annually by its membership. The Chamber employs a staff to execute the day-to-day operations and programs and to ensure policy set by the board.
The Chamber of Commerce works hard to provide businesses from throughout its service area the highest quality and most useful services and programs. There is no single organization more appropriate or committed to address the issues and concerns of the business community in our area.
The Chamber is committed to ensuring the interests of its membership through advocacy, programs, services and community leadership as well as to act as a unified “Voice of Business” to other local, state and federal constituents. The Chamber encourages a healthy public/private partnership in order to collectively promote economic growth, and works closely with city, state and federal agencies and departments.
The Greater Gardner Chamber of Commerce relies on the financial investment of its membership to provide all of its services and programs. Approximately 50% of the Chamber’s annual operating revenues are obtained through membership investments.
Chamber membership is voluntary and open to any business, professional or organization employing a minimum of 1 person. Renewable annually, the Chamber has grown to over 700 member businesses from the Greater Gardner area.