The Arlington- Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Information Center Hours are:
Monday- Friday 9:00AM-4:00PM
Contacting the Chamber
Physical address: 104 N Olympic Ave, Arlington WA 98223
Mailing Address: 526 N West Ave PMB# 36, Arlington WA 98223
Tuesday, April 14th, 2015
16710 Smokey Point Blvd, Arlington, WA 98223
This month we have invited a guest speaker from Employment Security Department's Shared Work Program....never heard of it? Come join us for an informative presentation on how you as a business can retain your skilled worker even when times get tough!
You are invited to join us for what promises to be a great meeting and presentation!
Chad Pearson, ESD's Shared Work Program
"Keeping momentum when business slows"
It can happen to any business. Demand for your product or service slips. Maybe the market goes in the tank. All you know is your business is in a fix, and you've got hard decisions to make.
You don't want to lay off your skilled employees, but what else can you do to cut costs?
Employment Security has an alternative called the "Shared Work Program" Learn why more than 96 percent of enrolled employers would recommend it to other businesses!
We hope you can all join us.
Please note: If you Pre-register and do not attend, you will be invoiced the amount of your registration All Attendees MUST register Online
Click on the scrolling event on the right and it opens to the registration button.
If you forget or can't find your Login/Password, Please LOGIN IN AS A GUEST
(We will fix the pricing)
Please pre-register by April 10th, at 3:00 PM
For More information, call Stacie Roark at the Chamber Office (360)659-5453
or via Email: email@example.com
Our next Business After Hours will be in May!
This will be a multi-Chamber event, with lots of time to connect with our fellow business leaders. We are still in the planning process, so watch for more information to come.
If you are interested in hosting a BAH or need more information call:
Michele Wiley (360)722-2802
Arlington Kid's Kloset can use your help in providing necessities to local students!
Donations of new and gently used clothing items and shoes for children from preschool through grade 12, toiletries, as well as laundry supplies are welcomed! Bins are located at Kid's Kloset, Union Bank and Lakewood Elementary. Monetary donations of any amount are welcomed.
$150 will sponsor a child for fall and spring wardrobe.
For more information call (360) 435-4875
DABA is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to help businesses located in the historic downtown footprint to thrive through promotion, events, networking and economic stimulation.
DABA member meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month from 6:00-7:00 pm in the City Council Chambers (located at 110 E 3rd St, the corner of Olympic and 3rd)Please visit our website for more information about DABA, directions to our meeting location, meeting agendas, minutes, upcoming events.