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A Chamber of Commerce is an association or network of local business people designed to promote and protect the interests of its members. A Chamber of Commerce, is made up of a group of business owners that share a locale or interests, but can also encompass a broader area in scope.
Chamber of commerce organizations have a reputation for standing up for the local community and its economy. When your business is associated with their name, it strengthens good business beliefs and practices.
Chambers of Commerce take on the tough issues and may oppose new regulations, taxes, assessments and costs that will negatively impact small businesses. While you may not personally have the time to get involved, the Chamber will use its resources for the betterment of small business owners.
Overall, most business owners feel a Chamber of Commerce membership is a must-have. There aren't many cons -- it's an affordable group that will foster immediate connections and promote your business.
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Bob has lived in West Babylon for 47 years, attended WB High School, married for 42 years, and has two daughters who also graduated from WB High School. He is the owner of Servpro of Babylon/ Deer Park covering Babylon Township. He has been actively involved with many organizations since 1975 including: Past President of the West Babylon Football League, Past President of the West Babylon Lions Club, Past Vice President of the West Babylon Music Parents (currently a member), contributor to West Babylon Main Street Organization, Coach for the West Babylon Jr. High School Softball Team, member of the West Babylon Alumni Foundation, Former Board member of the West Babylon Little league. As you can tell, Bob enjoys being involved and making a difference in our community, he is a great asset to have on the board.
Dayna is the owner of Limos Long Island – she has a deep passion for the community, a broad knowledge of Long Island, and a keen understanding of business in the area. Her company is a proud member of the Better Business Bureau, National Limousine Association and Nassau/Suffolk Limousine Association. She is also a member of WEDLI, a networker with 516ads.com, Long Island Business Forum, LI Connects, and a member in the PTA of West Babylon High School. Dayna worked with the Boy Scouts as a den leader, charter representative, merit badge counselor, and most recently, LIMOS LONG ISLAND granted 6 wishes to the Make A Wish Foundation Network from which she received the “Guardian Angel” award from the Kid’s Wish Network. Dayna is married, with two beautiful boys, and has one grandson. In her free time, Dayna enjoys cooking, dancing, and traveling for business and pleasure throughout the USA.
West Babylon resident and President of 642Advising. Adam is a financial planner, investment advisor, and insurance agent.
A West Babylon High School graduate via South Bay elementary, Robert brings 60 years of WB residency and a lot of civic involvement and experience to the board. Former West Babylon School District Board trustee for 6 years, business owner of Star Draperies for 24 years, past owner of a popular sports bar, home building business owner, and the president of Island Wide Home Inspections, he understands the correct business model. He is also a Past President of the West Babylon Lions Club and member for the past 21 years. He was also the recipient of the Melvin Jones Award winner for dedicated humanitarian service – on April 15, 1984 the Town of Babylon held Robert Congiusta Day. He is also an active participant in West Babylon Alumni Foundation and West Babylon Main Street Organization. For over ten years now, Rob has also coached in local athletic youth leagues including West Babylon Conference League, West Babylon Little League, Our Lady of Grace Church basketball. Rob is looking to make West Babylon a better community to live in by working together with the local residents and businesses.