Northeast Berks Chamber of Commerce: ‘A Friend to Business'

Photo courtesy of Weldon Photography
Luke Tilley speaks for the Chamber each January giving a Federal Reserve Update.
Photo courtesy of Weldon Photography Luke Tilley speaks for the Chamber each January giving a Federal Reserve Update.

The Northeast Berks Chamber of Commerce proudly serves members along the Route 222 and 61 corridors and beyond. We are proud to serve about 250 member businesses that refer to us as “their Chamber.”

By referring to the impressive list of Northeast Berks Chamber members, it becomes apparent that the area offers a little of everything to its residents and many visitors. There are outstanding restaurants, clothing boutiques and shops, doctors, dentists, veterinarians, attorneys, engineers, architects, retailers, as well as wholesalers, fairs and festivals, noted hospitals and health centers, large and small business owners, financial institutions, lawn services and landscapers, telecommunications and cable companies, business-minded individuals, social service organizations, and civic organizations, and much, much more.

If you are looking for business, services, history, entertainment, recreation among beautiful scenery then there is no need to look beyond the many member of the Northeast Berks Chamber of Commerce.

The Chamber promotes tourism in Northeast Berks providing information relative to attractions and events. Chamber member brochures, as well as the Membership Business Guide & Directory, are placed at key locations.


The Chamber works with the Our Town Foundation of Hamburg, Kutztown Community Partnership, Greater Reading Economic Partnership and other Berks organizations.

The Chamber promotes economic vitality of the business community, promotes a healthy, safe community, addresses concerns affected by growth and development, and promotes civic responsibility and volunteerism.

Benefits of being a Chamber member include networking opportunities, no cost ad in The Kutztown Area Patriot, listing in and a copy of the annual Membership Business Guide & Directory, use of member mailing list and labels, free listing on chamber website, free access to Kutztown University’s Small Business Development Center programs, your events listing on chamber website, opportunity to email blast members, bulk mail permit at no charge, Berks County Living subscription, one free flyer in Northeast Berks News newsletter, referral program, forums and legislative information, member profile in monthly newsletter Northeast Berks News and on website, chamber seal for business ID, and more.

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