The Mid County Chamber of Commerce is committed to supporting our businesses through this difficult and uncertain time in whatever capacity we can. We understand the seriousness of the COVID-19 pandemic and will fully cooperate with all state and federal mandates; but we know that our businesses need the Chamber now more than ever. We are still planning to hold our monthly networking meetings (which seldomly exceed 15-20 people, less than half of the CDC restricted amount for gatherings) and will take extra precautions to ensure the safety of all.
Another way we can help is by promoting/highlighting any discounts, specials, or changes you’re making to your business to accommodate the climate. We will compile a list and spotlight all deals via social media and other platforms. Please send us anything you would like included in our “cabin fever” guide!
We’ve been receiving inquiries about our plans for the 12th Annual Taste of Maplewood Street Festival, scheduled for May 16th- about 9 weeks from now. At this point, we are planning to move forward with the event as it falls outside the CDC’s 8 week window of community event restrictions. That said, we will continue to monitor the situation prioritizing the health and safety of you, your employees, and our community as our highest priority.
Additionally, if there is anything else that we can do to help you or your business, we are here! Our doors will remain open as long as we’re allowed to be here.