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December Chamber Corner
Submitted by:  Marji Graf

 

The snow has started and Okemo opened on November 16 for the season!  I want to thank Okemo Mountain Resort for hosting our Chamber mixer at the Coleman Brook Tavern on November 12th.   We presented the November Business of the Month to Payne & Elise Junker, owners of 103 Artisans Marketplace in Chester.  Celebrating their 7th year in business, and also as many years as members of the chamber, 103 Artisans Marketplace (formerly Gallery 103) offers fine handcrafted gifts, jewelry and home décor from the USA, Canada and Fair Trade Organizations.

We would like to invite everyone to our Legislative Breakfast at Newsbank Conference Center in Chester on Tuesday morning, December 9 from 7:30-9am.  A continental breakfast will be served.  Meet your legislators and learn about top issues facing 2015.

Our next Chamber mixer is Wednesday, December 10 from 5:30-7:30pm at Stone Hearth Inn and Tavern in Chester.  Tina’s Fun Stuff to Wear will be co-sponsoring this mixer and presenting a fashion show.  You won’t want to miss this!

We welcomed 4 new members into the Chamber in November:  Belmont General Store; Clark-Mortenson Insurance; Green Mountain at Fox Run and the Ludlow Laundry Co.

For anyone interested, as of 12/1 you can be a Vermont Ambassador.  Our region was the first in the State to “test” this program.  The Vermont Ambassador Program is a staff training program that provides front-line employees with information and know-how to help visitors with their travel needs.  It’s free and it’s available to all Vermonters and Vermont travel and hospitality related businesses and organizations.   Ambassador training is delivered on-line and consists of a series of short classes averaging 7 minutes in length.  Each class features a Vermont Tourism professional who shares need-to-know information about his or her specialty. Classes are augmented with on-line exercises providing hands-on experience with recommended travel resource websites.

You can get started as of 12/1 on www.VDTMlearninglab.com.  I encourage everyone to be an Ambassador for our Region!!!

Please check out our website:  www.yourplaceinvermont.com/about-us/educational-seminars/ to learn about all of the great programs we will be having in 2015!!!

DID YOU KNOW?  You can list your event on our Chamber calendar?  Go to:

http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/central-vermont-event-calendar/community/add/

We receive over 14,000 hits/month on this regional calendar!!

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Finally, a Bed-and-Breakfast for Foodies http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/finally-bed-breakfast-foodies/ http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/finally-bed-breakfast-foodies/#comments Wed, 19 Nov 2014 14:29:33 +0000 http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/?p=21522 The Inn at Weathersfield isn’t just another Inn! Read the article written by Gayle McCarthy here.

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The Inn at Weathersfield isn’t just another Inn!

Read the article written by Gayle McCarthy here.

Inn at Weathersfield in Perkinsville, Vermont

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What is the Vermont Ambassador Program & Visitor Survey? http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/what-is-the-vermont-ambassador-program-visitor-survey/ http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/what-is-the-vermont-ambassador-program-visitor-survey/#comments Wed, 19 Nov 2014 14:25:39 +0000 http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/?p=21518 The Vermont Ambassador Program is a staff training program.  Read more here…   For more information regarding the 2014 Visitor’s Survey see image below:

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The Vermont Ambassador Program is a staff training program.  Read more here…

Vermont Ambassador Program

 

For more information regarding the 2014 Visitor’s Survey see image below:

2014 Visitor Survey

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November Member of the Month – 103 Artisan Marketplace http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/november-member-month-103-artisan-marketplace/ http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/november-member-month-103-artisan-marketplace/#comments Fri, 14 Nov 2014 18:34:08 +0000 http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/?p=21475 Marji Graf, CEO for the Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce congratulates Elise & Payne Junker of 103 Artisans Marketplace for being chosen November Member of the Month. Celebrating their 7th year of business, and also as many years as members of the Okemo Valley Chamber, 103 Artisans Marketplace (formerly Gallery 103) offers fine handcrafted […]

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Marji Graf, CEO for the Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce congratulates Elise & Payne Junker of 103 Artisans Marketplace for being chosen November Member of the Month.

Celebrating their 7th year of business, and also as many years as members of the Okemo Valley Chamber, 103 Artisans Marketplace (formerly Gallery 103) offers fine handcrafted gifts, jewelry and home decor from the USA, Canada, and Fair Trade Organizations.  Artists/ owners  Elise & Payne Junker also feature their own unique Vermont Metal work in the store, as well as over 200 artisans from Vt, New England and beyond.  We have watched the Chamber grow to include many of the surrounding towns, and director Marji Graf has built a vibrant and active chamber for the Okemo Region. All of us at the marketplace are pleased to be included in the Okemo Chamber family!

Elise Junker
103 Artisans Marketplace
PO Box 1005
7 Pine View Rd
Chester VT 05143
802-875-7400

Member of the Month criteria includes:

  • Business Growth year over year.
  • Contributes to community.
  • Attends education programs/mixers.
  • Hosts mixers.
  • Current on dues.
  • Donations (door prizes for mixers).
  • Participates in Shows.
  • Packages with other businesses.
  • Participates in “Just Between Us”.
  • Advertises/promotes & participates in guidebook & co-ops.
  • Is an Ambassador for the chamber and region.

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For all you die-hard anglers and friends of anglers: http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/die-hard-anglers-friends-anglers/ http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/die-hard-anglers-friends-anglers/#comments Thu, 13 Nov 2014 17:00:26 +0000 http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/?p=21467 News Release — Vermont Fish and Wildlife November 11, 2014 Media Contact:  Rich Kirn, (802) 485-7566 MONTPELIER, Vt. – The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is reminding anglers of the new year-round fishing opportunities now available to anglers on various waterways throughout the state. In effect since the beginning of this year, revised state regulations […]

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News Release — Vermont Fish and Wildlife

November 11, 2014

Media Contact:  Rich Kirn, (802) 485-7566

MONTPELIER, Vt. – The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is reminding anglers of the new year-round fishing opportunities now available to anglers on various waterways throughout the state.

In effect since the beginning of this year, revised state regulations have opened up 11 new river sections to catch-and-release trout fishing with artificial flies or lures outside of the normal trout season.

The change in regulation has resulted in over 70 additional miles of river now being open to year-round trout fishing.

“The regulations were intended to provide expanded fishing opportunities for trout while limiting the potential impact to populations,” said Rich Kirn, fisheries biologist with Vermont Fish & Wildlife. “The changes will give interested anglers the opportunity to take advantage of any mild days in late fall and early spring.”

A section of the Walloomsac River in Bennington was also designated as a trophy trout stream with the changes and is being stocked with two-year old brown and rainbow trout – both with a daily limit of two per day.

Additionally, the state’s bass catch-and-release open water angling opportunities (not ice fishing) – also with artificial flies and lures only – have been expanded to include all lakes, ponds and reservoirs not listed as “seasonally closed waters.”

A complete list of seasonally closed waters is available on the Vermont Fish & Wildlife website, www.vtfishandwildlife.com. Under the “Fishing” tab, click on “Law Digest and Guide” for more information.

Bob Shannon, owner of The Fly Rod Shop and Fly Fish Vermont Guide Service in Stowe, says the expanded fishing opportunities have been appreciated by anglers.

“From the feedback I’ve gotten, many local anglers – primarily the hardcore, avid type – are really excited about the increased options in terms of fishable waters,” said Shannon. “Additionally, we’ve seen a rise in the non-resident interest in these opportunities and that should certainly provide a boost in visits from those outside of Vermont.”

The sections of streams listed below are open to year-round trout fishing according to the following rules:

• Only artificial flies or lures may be used, except during the open season for trout (2nd Sat. in April – Oct. 31).

• Catch and release only (trout must be immediately released where caught), except during the open season for trout.

• During open season for trout, follow normal size restrictions, daily limits and possession limits.

–– Black River: From the Connecticut River boundary upstream to the Howard Hill Road Bridge in Cavendish.

Black River Action Team (BRAT)…be part of the solution!

101 Perley Gordon Road

Springfield, VT  05156   

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A letter to our members http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/letter-members/ http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/letter-members/#comments Tue, 11 Nov 2014 14:57:50 +0000 http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/?p=21345 Dear Members: I am very pleased to report to you that we have had an awesome year so far in our Okemo Valley region! Our numbers from the State Tax Department regarding Meals, Lodging, Alcohol and Retail are all up over 2013. Yet, despite our continued growth, the local economy is still in the process […]

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Dear Members:

I am very pleased to report to you that we have had an awesome year so far in our Okemo Valley region! Our numbers from the State Tax Department regarding Meals, Lodging, Alcohol and Retail are all up over 2013.

Yet, despite our continued growth, the local economy is still in the process of a long, slow and painful recovery that is affecting our Chamber. In particular, due to the absence of healthcare this year, many of our smaller members had to make difficult financial decisions. The loss of their annual dues, commissions from their healthcare coverage and amount of money businesses could spend on advertising has impacted our chamber.

While we will adjust our budget accordingly next year to reflect these challenges, we must act now to solidify the Chamber’s base. To provide a financial boost to the Chamber and to insure we are able to continue to meet our commitments to our Board and members, we have decided to run a Raffle, offering very generous prizes. Tickets will be priced at $50 each and the prizes will be:

Prize 1: Adult Peak Season Pass at Okemo Mountain Resort
Prize 2: Cherry Rocking Chair from ClearLake Furniture
Prize 3: One week vacation at Lifestyle Holiday Vacation Club at Hacienda Tropical in the Dominican Republic.

You may buy as many tickets as you’d like and even choose what you would like to be entered into.

The success of this raffle will go a long way to stabilizing our short-term revenue challenge. As this is your Chamber, I am asking for your active and enthusiastic participation in this program.

How can you participate?
a. Participate in the raffle by calling The Chamber 802-228-5830 and purchasing tickets with a credit card (MC/VS)
b. Buy tickets directly from the Chamber office-checks should be made out to OVRCC and brought in or mailed to P. O. Box 333, Ludlow, VT 05149 
c. Buy tickets at the November 12 mixer at Jackson Gore Inn
d. Help us sell Raffle Tickets

Winners will be chosen on December 19th from the Chamber office.

I am really proud of the Chamber’s growth and will continue to market, advertise and promote our region. Our website has been averaging 14,000 hits/month! We had a successful Home & Garden Show, Golf Tournament and Okemo Valley Antique & Classic Car Show. We are a Chamber on the move! And our goal remains the same – we want to continue to bring business to our region and to the businesses that we serve.

For instance, just in the month of July, Ludlow’s year over year numbers were up an impressive 43.4% in taxable room receipts; up 14.6% in meals receipts and up 24% in alcohol. Chester was up 21.9% in taxable room receipts and up 10.9% up in meals. You can view these statistics by month on the State Dept of Taxes website. Windsor County had the most growth from July 2013-July 2014 relative to the other regions in the State!!

The Chamber is strong and provides critical resources to our members. With the help of the Board and our membership, I am fully confident that we can overcome near-term challenges and continue to expand on our recent success.

Best Regards,

Marji

Marji Graf, CEO
Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce
P. O. Box 333
Ludlow, VT 05149
802-228-5830
www.YourPlaceInVermont.com
 

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Since that time Imery’s Talc American presented Marji Graf with a generous check.  ““Imery’s is thrilled to be a part of this community and to be able to help our Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce which in turn helps all the businesses in our community”.

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How to Plan a Ski Trip in Vermont http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/plan-ski-trip-vermont/ http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/plan-ski-trip-vermont/#comments Fri, 07 Nov 2014 18:27:41 +0000 http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/?p=21308 Posted on behalf of Sophi Veltrop of Golden Stage Inn Bed & Breakfast, Proctorsville, VT Killington is already open for business and Okemo, Bromley, Magic and Stratton are busy making snow.  Skiers and snowboarders are dreaming of the snowfall soon to come.  If you are hoping to plan your ski vacation in Vermont, we have […]

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Posted on behalf of Sophi Veltrop of Golden Stage Inn Bed & Breakfast, Proctorsville, VT

Killington is already open for business and Okemo, Bromley, Magic and Stratton are busy making snow.  Skiers and snowboarders are dreaming of the snowfall soon to come.  If you are hoping to plan your ski vacation in Vermont, we have a few tips that will help make life easy.

1. If you have kids or are traveling with a large party, plan early.

There is a bit more flexibility for last-minute bookings for parties of two, but when traveling with a family or a party of friends, book in advance.  Golden Stage Inn and many other small bed and breakfasts offer suites.  Our double-roomed suites offer multiple bed size options, privacy between the two rooms, and a better deal than booking multiple separated rooms.

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The Cavendish suite has one room with a Queen-sized bed, and a second that can have two twin beds, or one king-sized bed.  

The Beehive Suite has a Queen-sized bed in one room.  The second contains two twin beds and a pull-out couch.

2. Choose accommodations that are close to the slopes…

…but maybe not too close.  While some people enjoy staying slope-side, many find that the quick drive between the mountain and their choice of accommodations makes for a cozy home base.  If your preferred ski mountain is Okemo, Golden Stage Inn is just 10 minutes down the road.  This is a perfect distance because we are also close to Killington, Magic and Bromley, giving you multiple options if you’d like to ski the many mountains Vermont has to offer.

3. Find an Inn or B&B that has many dining options nearby.

Ideally, you’d like those dining options to be close to the Inn.  Better yet if there are restaurants between the ski slopes and your lodging, making for a convenient apres-ski and less time on the road.  Between Okemo and Golden Stage, you’ll come across many dining options.  Restaurants in Ludlow are diverse in their offerings of food.  Some of our favorites include StemwinderThe Downtown GrocerySam’s Steakhouse, and Mr. Darcy’s.  If you ski Bromley, check out Johnny Seesaw’s or the Mill Tavern on your way back.  A diversity of dining options is nice as well, so that you might sample the wide range of delicious food Southern Vermont has to offer.

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A delicious daily special at The Downtown Grocery, a fine farm-to-table dining establishment located midway between Okemo Mountain and Golden Stage Inn.

4. Choose accommodations that offer fireplaces and warm treats.

There’s like a crackling fire to warm you up on a snowy day!  Golden Stage Inn’s sitting room has a fireplace front and center.  You’ll also have unlimited access to hot tea, coffee, and cider…as well as the bottomless cookie jar, whose contents are often freshly baked!  Curl up with your hot beverage on a comfy couch by the fire and enjoy your book or puzzle.  The back sitting room and several of our guest rooms offer gas fireplaces as well: Otis’ Room, Cornelia’s Room, and the Cavendish Suite.  Another great reason to book early…you can snag the fireplace rooms!

fireplace room

5.  Purchase ski & stay packages to get discounted lift tickets.  See if you can swing a midweek getaway to save big time!

When considering how to plan a ski trip in Vermont, money is always a factor.  You’ll save big on your ski trip if you combine your tickets and lodging.  Skiing midweek gets you even greater discounts on lodging and ski tickets.  At Golden Stage Inn, we offer ski & stay packages that will let you save money on lift tickets at Okemo Mountain.  If you’re not booking a ski & stay package, you can still order lift tickets through Golden Stage Inn at lower prices than Okemo’s retail value!

6.  If you have non-skiiers, choose a location that offers activities and winter adventures for them as well.

Occasionally, we’ll host parties where one or two people don’t ski or snowboard.  Luckily, our bed & breakfast is right in the middle of several quaint Vermont towns that have so much to offer non-skiiers.  The innkeepers often recommend that guests visit the Vermont Country Store in Weston or take a sleigh ride at Billings Farm in Woodstock.  Visitors also love to shop for antiques in Chester, taste cheese or maple syrup at nearby local producers, and tour art galleries.  For non-skiiers who still want to get outdoors, borrow snowshoes to trek around the woods of Proctor-Piper State Forest in Golden Stage Inn’s own backyard, or go skating at Okemo’s skating rink.  There is even a place to go dog-sledding in Windsor, VT: Great River Outfitters!  Non-skiiers even love just hanging out at the inn – which offers a spacious common room not found in your typical hotel or condo.

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7.  Finally, plan ahead for lunch.

Buying food on the mountain can be EXPENSIVE, and ski mountains might not offer the kind of lunch you’re interested in.  Stop at a grocery store on your drive up to Vermont and stock up on lunch supplies.  Ask the Inn or B&B you’re staying at if you’ll have access to a fridge and kitchen accessories for creating and storing your lunch.  (Golden Stage Inn offers both).  And remember that at Golden Stage Inn there will be warm homemade soup awaiting you back at the Inn (starting after Christmas!)

Please visit us at: Golden Stage Inn Bed & Breakfast, Proctorsville, VT to book your trip.

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2014 OVRCC Grand Raffle! http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/2014-ovrcc-grand-raffle/ http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/2014-ovrcc-grand-raffle/#comments Thu, 30 Oct 2014 19:23:29 +0000 http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/?p=21204 This is a raffle not to be missed.  The Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce is happy to announce it’s 2014 Grand Raffle. Select from one of 3 amazing prizes.  Tickets are $50 each.  You can purchase your tickets by visiting us at the office (57 Pond Street, Ludlow, VT 05149) or order by phone […]

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This is a raffle not to be missed.  The Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce is happy to announce it’s 2014 Grand Raffle.

Select from one of 3 amazing prizes.  Tickets are $50 each.  You can purchase your tickets by visiting us at the office (57 Pond Street, Ludlow, VT 05149) or order by phone (802) 228 – 5830

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A Taste of Fall – THANK YOU! http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/taste-fall-thank/ http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/taste-fall-thank/#comments Thu, 30 Oct 2014 14:18:38 +0000 http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/?p=21188 On behalf of Heather Miele and the Taste of Fall team: Black River Middle/High School hosted its 2nd Annual “A Taste of Fall” fundraiser to benefit Black River Good Neighbors on October 23rd with great success! Local organizations prepared delicious seasonal tastes including, Castle Hill Resort and Spa, Downtown Grocery, Sam’s Steakhouse, Coleman Brook Tavern, […]

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On behalf of Heather Miele and the Taste of Fall team:

Black River Middle/High School hosted its 2nd Annual “A Taste of Fall” fundraiser to benefit Black River Good Neighbors on October 23rd with great success! Local organizations prepared delicious seasonal tastes including, Castle Hill Resort and Spa, Downtown Grocery, Sam’s Steakhouse, Coleman Brook Tavern, Squeels on Wheels, The Killarney, Papa John’s Sugarhouse, Jersey Girls, Sweet Surrender Bakery, Stemwinder, Mojos and Goodman’s American Pie. The tasting was also a competition with winners announced for “Best Taste of Fall,” “Best Sweet Taste,” and “Best Savory Taste.” The Killarney prepared a delicious Shepherd’s Pie which took home the awards for Best Taste of Fall. Stemwinder’s Macaroni and Cheese came away with “Best Savory Taste.” For the second year in a row Sweet Surrender received the Sweetest Award, this time for their Brownies with Apple Topping. We would like to thank all of these vendors and additionally The Combs Family Inn and Mr. Darcy’s for their monetary donations. Black River Produce donated the beautiful gourds, which accentuated the evening. A check was awarded Tuesday, October 28th, 2014 to Black River Good Neighbors in the presence of BRHS faculty/staff. We look forward to seeing chefs and tasters again next year!

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OVRCC Welcomes Big Eyes Bakery http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/ovrcc-welcomes-big-eyes-bakery/ http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/ovrcc-welcomes-big-eyes-bakery/#comments Sat, 25 Oct 2014 14:22:17 +0000 http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/?p=21077 OVRCC Welcomes Big Eyes Bakery   Big Eyes Bakery started in our home in Putnam Valley, NY in 2002. After relocating to VT in 2004, the home bakery was re-established and soon began selling pies, cheesecake, tea breads, scones and other assorted desserts at Farmer’s Markets in Londonderry & Mount Holly. We have catered many […]

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OVRCC Welcomes Big Eyes Bakery

 

Big Eyes Bakery started in our home in Putnam Valley, NY in 2002. After relocating to VT in 2004, the home bakery was re-established and soon began selling pies, cheesecake, tea breads, scones and other assorted desserts at Farmer’s Markets in Londonderry & Mount Holly. We have catered many events throughout the area providing an assortment of dessert items. Our dream has always been to open our own retail location, and after spending over a year searching, we are opening our own shop at 28 Main Street in Ludlow. We will continue to offer our Fresh Baked Pies, Irish Soda Bread, Tea Cakes, Scones, Quiche, Cookies and more. We invite your special orders, and eagerly await your visit to our shop. Parking is available in the rear of the building. Please visit us on Facebook.

The Faenza Family

(in photo left to right; Brigid & Paul Faenza and OVRCC CEO – Marji Graf)

Big Eyes Bakery Grand Opening

Brigid & Paul busy baking and getting ready for their Grand Opening

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