The Adirondack Regional Chamber of
Commerce will hold its first BusinessPulse on
Oct. 29, a re-structured show to showcase the
local business community.
This will feature 8-foot by 10-foot booth areas
with tabletop displays for easy set-up and tear-down
where businesses will be able to showcase
their products and services.
It is scheduled for 3-7 p.m. at SUNY
Adirondack, 640 Bay Road in Queensbury.
Chamber officials said it will promote an
atmosphere for productive networking. The
day will also feature door prizes, cash bar,
complimentary food and drink samples from
local restaurants and bars, and more.
With the growth of the health and wellness
sector of the region, Chamber members that
are experts in these fields will be highlighted
at this show.
In April of 2014, the Chamber started
a Workplace Health & Wellness Council
committed to developing and sustaining a
culture of wellness in the business community,
building on the work and partnership with the
Creating Healthy Places program through Glens
Chamber officials said part of this year’s
showcase will be a “Health Tip Challenge”.
Showcase participants will be searching
out health tips from the various exhibitors.
Also, during the showcase there will be
demonstrations by a number of the health and
wellness exhibitors, including cooking and
physical activities demos.
Organizers said the new venue will provide
more exposure to exhibitors than ever
before. Also planned are businesses providing
information on financial health.
All area businesses are encouraged to take part
in the BusinessPulse, which will highlight the
overall wellness of businesses, both physically
To reserve booth space, go to www.
adirondackchamber.org or call the Chamber
The BusinessPulse is sponsored by the
Adirondack Trust Co., Glens Falls Hospital, Glens
Falls National Bank & Trust, Mannix Marketing,
National Grid, Six Flags Great Escape, Whiteman
Chevrolet, Keena, and NBT Bank.
The ARCC is a nonprofit, member-based
business organization. It is an advocate for
the economic success of its 1,000 member
businesses, representing in excess of 23,000
people predominantly in Warren, Washington
and northern Saratoga counties.