AVCC eNews: August 10, 2023

Valley Business Hub: BBQ, Today, Thursday, August 10

Be sure to stop by for a hot dog, or veggie dog – free will offering, with the donations going to Kings County SPCA.
448 Main Street Kentville, 11:30 AM – 1 PM, See you there!

It’s Time to Vote! Valley’s Best 2023

Voting is still open for Valley’s Best ⭐
Show your support for local businesses and vote for your favorites!
📸: The Pup Shop Pet Services and Daycare, the winners of the Best Pet Care category, Valley’s Best 2022 

The Chamber Plan – Employee Benefits Plan

Lost luggage can be a headache. But you’ll be protected when you buy Trip Cancellation coverage in Personal Benefits. Learn more about our available travel coverage.

Welcome! – New Members:

Coming Soon!

We have some exciting news for Annapolis Chamber members. 
Soon, we’ll be offering an additional feature that will grow your network, and encourage local to local business. 
This new feature is a great no-cost marketing tool for your business! 
Stay tuned for additional information about how you can access this feature soon!

– The Annapolis Valley Chamber Team

Professional Development Opportunities

HR Essentials
Sales Funnels
Proposal Writing
Computerized Accounting
No-cost, professional development opportunities. 40hrs, dedicated to learning from your instructor, and benefiting from the collaborative conversation with your peers.

Job Opportunities:

Gillespie Horticulture & Sanitation:
Heavy Duty Mechanic

Scrubbed Green Cleaning:
Scrubbed Green Cleaning is hiring residential cleaners to join their mobile team. If you have a passion for cleaning, customer service skills, and a reliable vehicle we have open positions in the Annapolis Valley. We offer flexible scheduling, full training, and paid mileage.

Send your resume to scrubbedgreen@gmail.com and if you are a fit we will give you a call, so make sure to include your number

On July 24, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, along with over 280 industry associations, sent an open letter addressed to Minister Freeland, urging the government to extend the Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA) repayment deadline.