Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce is supporting the local economy!

Celebrating six decades of dedication to our businesses, residents, and volunteers, the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce has been a vital non-profit organization in the Parsippany Area.  Throughout the year, our Chamber focused on hosting job fairs for families and businesses, enhancing our Shop Local Campaign, welcoming businesses with grand opening celebrations, networking events, and providing educational and informational seminars to support our communities along with networking events to connect our community.  The Parsippany Area is a thriving community with immense resources and cultivated by our ideal location, invaluable workforce, and developing infrastructure.

A major focus for the Chamber is Economic Development and the Chamber the move into our new offices along with the Parsippany Area Visitor Center to 90 East Halsey Road, Suite 322. We are excited about our new facilities along with the future launch of our new community friendly website and rebranding initiatives in the New Year.  We are repositioning the Chamber to provided added support to our business community and local residents.

As our community fills our vacant office space, creates jobs, and invests in our infrastructure, the value and attributes of the Parsippany Area become more illuminated and enables our Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce to tell our story of why the Parsippany Area is an exceptional place to live, work, shop, and visit! Parsippany-Troy Hills Township is the largest municipality from the standpoint of population.  In Morris County, our residents enjoy a good school system, fine parks, and recreational activities, safe and well-maintained neighborhoods, and good services.  Our Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce has been a part of our community since 1956 with an authentic history as being a voice and leader in the community.  Members are good corporate neighbors helping to support our Township activities and are from many of our Fortune 500 companies with headquarters or major operations in Town.  In addition to these large companies, there are many smaller successful businesses and professionals that are part of our community.

The infrastructure requirements to accommodate and enhance economic development is a key part of government planning and we stress that local and county governments must work with communities and act accordingly since overall projects impact our overall economy and our quality of life.  The Chamber will continue collaborating with our government and agencies to ensure that businesses and residents are equally represented and our overall quality of life and environment is preserved.   We will continue to work with new businesses entering our communities in order to provide local jobs and act as an advocate for lower taxes and fewer regulations.

Our Parsippany Area Visitor Center also continues to re-discover history and through our extensive places to stay, rest, and refresh, we have strong opportunities to grow our tourist industry which consequently assists our taxpayers with revenue and services.  We encourage supporting our Visitor Center along with the Parsippany Historical and Preservation Society, our fine hotels and restaurants.

By celebrating our past and building our future we will ensure our children of today become the stewards or our community tomorrow.  It is my sincere hope that you will call Parsippany home for many years to come.  To learn more about the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce, visit www.Parsippanychamber.org.  Together we can ensure our communities continue to prosper.

Best Regards,

 

Robert J. Peluso, MBA
President Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce
Founder and President of Parsippany Area Visitor Center