Chamber Member News | May 2020
Celebrating Our Members
May 2020
In This Issue:
1) New Members 2) Promote Your Business
3) Upcoming Events 4) Member News and Updates
Welcome New Members:
A warm welcome to our newest members!* We encourage you to connect with them soon and see where your next partnership can be!

Blackwater Services Group LLC
Bouquets & Beyond Florals and Events
Global Tech Solutions

*Joined 4/1/2020 - 5/6/2020
Promote Your Business
Is your business offering special takeout or curbside service during this time? The Chamber has created Facebook Group communities for you to promote these services! Restaurants/Food Service are welcome to post their offerings in the Waterbury Region Take-Out and Delivery Group. All other businesses are invited to post in the Waterbury Region Curbside Commerce Group. Post as often as you like, and invite your friends, family, and coworkers to join. Happy Posting!
Curbside Commerce
Food Take-Out and Delivery
Upcoming Virtual Chamber Events
Virtual Business Meeting with Watertown Town Manager John Gavallas
May 12th
Virtual Business Meeting with Waterbury Mayor Neil O'Leary
May 14th
Virtual Business Meeting with Naugatuck Mayor Pete Hess
May 19th
Events From Your Fellow Members
Dale Carnegie Virtual Training Series (May 6 & 13)
Dale Carnegie Training is presenting several free webinars to assist with the shift to a digital and remote workforce. Two upcoming webinars in May include the following:
Build a High-Performing Virtual Team (Wednesday, May 6th @ 10:00 AM): *Define skill sets important to virtual team members and leaders, *Identify five success factors for building and leading virtual teams, *Discuss prevailing myths and challenges about virtual teams and overcoming them. Click here to register.
Driving Revenue Through Virtual Selling (Wednesday, May 13th @ 3:30 PM): *Improve listening skills, *Have a more conversational tone, *Clarify a sales process that moves things forward, *Gain commitments online. Click here to register.

Webinar: The Power in Pivoting (May 6)
Virtual Career Fair (May 7)
Looking for a job? Need to hire? Employers are looking for workers during this time, and roles need to be filled at all types of businesses. Register here for the Virtual Career Fair!

The Financial Impact of COVID-19 and Strategies to Move Forward (May 7)
COVID-19 has created challenges and disruption in business worldwide. Financial uncertainty and market volatility, unpredictable working conditions and health concerns are all building stress within the workforce, and impacting organizations' futures. Organizational resilience has never been more important given the state of affairs we find ourselves in today.
Join Gallagher’s risk management and benefits experts on Thursday, May 7 th  from 10:00 – 11:30 AM ET for a discussion on how to protect your most important assets – your people and your balance sheet. We will address compliance and leave considerations as well as specific strategies on ways you can help your company preserve its liquidity, manage cash flow and ultimately protect the balance sheet in today’s environment. Click here to register

Adapting and Communicating to Your Customers in a Time of Crisis
(May 11)
How will the story of your business be shared after COVID-19? Will it showcase agility, adaptation, innovation or success? Join this webinar to make sure you are connecting to your customers, adapting your business for the future and embracing the community. This webinar, presented by Brian Flaherty, Sullivan & LeShane Public Relations, Inc., will cover :
  • Putting a crisis plan in place/immediately updating existing plan for current situation
  • Keeping the channels of communication open with all essential audiences
  • Delivering the right messages
  • Seeing the opportunities born out of the crisis
  • Starting the process of learning through the crisis.
  • Keeping communication lines open
  • Adapting to Policy Changes

Who will benefit:
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Small to Mid-Size Companies
  • Sole Proprietors

Don't miss out-register today!

Literacy Volunteers Carry-Out Fundraiser (May 8 & 9)
Mother’s Day is coming! Give Mom a break from cooking while you help raise funds for Literacy Volunteers of Greater Waterbury! Literacy Volunteers will earn 20% for all take-out orders over $20.00 Friday, May 8th & Saturday, May 9th! Thank you in advance for your support!!

P.S We hope you are all staying safe and healthy
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Member News and Updates
Eversource Foundation Donates More Than $2 Million to Support Communities During COVID-19 Pandemic  
As part of its efforts to support all of its customers and communities during the COVID-19 pandemic, Eversource announced that the energy company is donating more than $2 million through the Eversource Foundation to nonprofit organizations in Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. These funds include the acceleration of the energy company’s regular $1.2 million annual donation to United Way agencies across all three states and an additional $1 million donation to be dispersed to those agencies and others providing social services such as food pantries and health and human service organizations. “We’re committed to supporting all of our customers, our neighbors and the communities where we work and live during these difficult and uncertain times,” said Eversource Chairman, President and CEO Jim Judge. “As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, the critical social services provided by nonprofits across our states are increasingly important, with people facing financial hardship and other challenges. There are many worthy charitable organizations across our region that are working to ensure that everyone has the support they need, and we’re grateful for all of our community partners and the important work they do throughout our region.” Some of the organizations and the respective COVID relief funds that are receiving funding from the Eversource Foundation include: United Way partners across all three states, including United Way of Connecticut’s “COVID Response Fund”, 4-CT Statewide COVID-19 Relief Fund, Connecticut Food Bank, and Foodshare.  

In addition to this commitment, the energy company will also contribute to several food pantries in communities where it solely serves water customers through Aquarion Water Company. As part of the more than $2 million donation, the Eversource Foundation will provide targeted Community Impact Grants, which are smaller contributions to local nonprofit organizations in all three states. Since the emergence of COVID-19, Eversource has taken several other steps to support its customers, including the suspension of customer disconnects for nonpayment. While this pandemic continues to evolve, Eversource will continue to take all necessary precautions to maintain reliable service for its customers and to ensure the safety and health of its employees and the public under its COVID-19 pandemic plan. For more information on Eversource’s preparedness efforts and response to COVID-19, including FAQs for customers, ways to save, and more please visit  

Never a Better Time to Go Solar
CT Sun Nerds is the chamber’s only solar broker. As a broker, we shop the local solar installers for the best package for our Connecticut customers. Homeowners: Our industry lost 106,000 jobs in March with April looking even worse. Solar companies need sales to keep their staff. CT Sun Nerds has just recently negotiated much better terms with some of our favorite solar companies in an effort to create sales from new customers. Brand new technology is now available with solar panels that are more powerful and efficient. Margins have been cut in half to attract new buyers. For those that take advantage of this temporary offering, it will mean, fewer panels will be needed at a lower investment that will bring the break-even-point closer. For financed orders, it will mean a lower monthly payment with less interest and a quicker loan completion. In fact, for those who qualify, the combined loan payment with your new lower utility bill , should be lower than your current utility bill. Solar assisted utility bills will be as low as, $9.44 a month. Finally, the government, through rebates and credits, will help with over a third of the cost. However, this help will be reduced this year and totally eliminated with the end of next year. For more information, call Rod Ferguson at 860-888-9698.  

Comcast Business Provides Customers Free and Discounted Access to Leading Third-Party Business Applications
 Comcast Business has unveiled a collection of resources and offers, providing customers with free or discounted access to leading third-party business applications and software to support them as they adjust to working during the COVID-19 pandemic. Comcast Business teamed with technology industry leaders to compile a list of resources to help businesses of all sizes connect and collaborate. Comcast Business has also secured deals for its customers, providing them with free or discounted access to leading third-party business applications. 

Some of the offers available to Comcast Business customers include:
Zipwhip – Texting for Business:
Zipwhip is a business text messaging platform that lets users send and receive text messages from their business phone number. Comcast Business customers can get Zipwhip free for 60 days to help them stay connected to their customers.
Hive – Project Management:
Hive is a project and task management platform that gives businesses tools to track tasks and projects, communicate effectively and keep projects moving. Comcast Business has teamed up with Hive to offer access to Hive Enterprise and Workspace Add-ons completely free of cost for 60 days.
EComFax – Electronic Fax:
EComFax lets users send and receive faxes securely to and from anyone using an email client, wherever they have Internet. Comcast Business Internet customers can sign up for, 60-day free trial access to eComFax SMB Edition.
Grokker – Health and Wellbeing:
Grokker is a content platform with engaging content for fitness, mindfulness, sleep, stress reduction, nutrition, and financial wellbeing. Comcast Business has teamed up with Grokker to offer access to the Grokker platform and content free of cost for 90 days.
Direct Delivery by SevenRooms – Online Ordering for Restaurants:
Direct Delivery provides restaurants with a streamlined direct online solution to offer delivery and pickup options to their customers. Comcast Business has teamed up with SevenRooms to provide our restaurant customers a special offer. Sign up for SevenRooms for discounted rate with 3 months free plus no set up fees..
Stella Connect ­– For Call Center Management:
Stella Connect's platform connects customer feedback, quality assurance, and coaching, giving contact center leaders visibility into performance. This visibility drives frontline team improvement and efficiency. Comcast Business has teamed up with Stella to offer access to Stella Connect free for 90 days.
For the full list of tools and services visit:
With access to free Xfinity hotspots, tools to manage a business from any device, anywhere, and a team of experts and engineers available 24/7, Comcast Business enables businesses of all sizes to stay online and connected during these unusual times. In addition, Comcast Business has instituted enhanced safety measures to protect the health of its customers while continuing to install services and provide the best possible service.
For more details on how Comcast Business is helping support its business customers at this time, please visit:
CTFO Launches New CELLUVie Product 
This is for anyone who is concerned about immune health! New product launch! Introducing CELLUVie, a glutathione precursor. Glutathione has been known to be an immune system enhancer, powerful antioxidant and detoxifier. Also supports radiation protection. Support your immune health during these challenging times. Save money by joining our free wholesale shopping site. Click the link to learn more:
Waterbury Chamber - Harassment and Gender Discrimination Today course special offer!
Waterbury Chamber, get your sexual harassment prevention training requirements done before getting back to the office with this special offer from C3 eLearning Solutions. For the month of May our brand new online course,  Harassment and Gender Discrimination Today – Connecticut  will be offered to WTBY chamber members and their employees at a special rate of $10 each (half price). Connecticut requires all employers to have this training done by October 1, 2020. This is an engaging online course for both managers and employees, certified for the state of CT, and includes over 40 scenarios, interactive videos, and real-world cases. Register using the link below, pay by credit card anytime between May 1-31 st,  and access the course as many times as you like for completion within one month from your purchase date. A certificate of completion will be emailed to you in June. Please forward any questions to .

Cipriano Draining & Development Offers Free Work From Home Communications Assessment
Working remotely is a huge transition for teams accustomed to office life. Adapting to the way you work and the way you communicate with your colleagues is challenging. We are here to help. We have been creating resources to assist you during this time. Our  Working From Home Report  is a new assessment tool developed to give you and your team the gift of self-understanding. Inside the report, you’ll find personalized work from home tips and tips on how to communicate with your team when everyone is Working from Home. Best of all, this assessment is entirely  FREE ! Use this  This Link LINK  to begin your assessment and please share with colleagues, friends and family. The more people we can help, the better! Are you suddenly having to train virtually? We have created a  FREE  workbook to assist you when you are delivering training remotely. If you are interested in learning more about how to train virtually,  contact us  today!
Meet Senior Advocacy Services of Connecticut
Senior Advocate Services of Connecticut’s mission is to advocate or individuals, families, parents, grandparents, and siblings in providing direction and assistance for life events. We provide personalized service in all aspects of navigating the art of aging gracefully and with dignity. Our premier services can help you and your family with:
• Navigating healthcare challenges
• Locating the appropriate help so you or your loved one can stay at home
• Assisting adult children who live in another state in caring for aging parents
• Reviewing medical bills for accuracy
• Work with Medicare & insurance carriers on billing issues
• Vet & interview assisted living facilities if needed
• Ease the concerns of all family members affected by late-life transitions

Art Mulligan has been an Advocate for Senior Citizens and their families as they transition to a safe and nurturing environment by either staying in their home or pursuing the appropriate Assisted Living Community. ” Advocating for You” is assisting Families with Healthcare choices for parents. (Assisted Living Communities, Nursing Home Comparisons or continuing to live at Home.) Senior Advocate Services can assist with Senior Citizens and their children in understanding and navigating the Medical Event Challenges that may occur as Mom and Dad age.

Are Your Employees Properly Trained with PPE?
DirectLine Media is working with different essential businesses to create custom training videos for the proper use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Wearing masks, gloves and other PPE is essential for the foreseeable future. Make sure your employees are using it properly to protect themselves and their coworkers. For more information on creating your Employee Training Video contact  or call  860-833-6174 . We’re here to help keep your employees safe.  

Sibby's Automotive Offering 20% Off
Thank you to all of the First Responders and Emergency Personnel on the front lines fighting the virus. In support of our customers, community and fellow businesses, Sibby's Automotive would like to offer 20% off any vehicle repair. We are currently open for business and our staff has adopted all sanitation and safety practices outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Our tow trucks are still on the road for any towing needs. We are now offering pickup and delivery of vehicles needing repairs. As a small business, we understand the impact COVID 19 closures are having on other businesses, individuals and families. With many local business fleets unable to travel and employees working from home, now is a good time to schedule repairs.

Bradley International Airport Consolidated Rental Car Facility Project Selected for Safety Training Partnership from OSHA
While construction is known for being a dangerous business, one major Connecticut project is getting an extra dose of safety focus. The Bradley International Airport (BDL) Consolidated Rental Car Facility project now under construction in Windsor Locks is the newest site of a Safety Training Partnership. The partnership is between the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) federal and Hartford Area offices, Austin Commercial (design-builder for the project) and KBE Building Corporation (general contractor for the project).

This is the sixth invitation-only Safety Training Partnership that Farmington, CT-based construction services firm, KBE Building Corporation, has partnered on with OSHA since 2014. The partnership is officially underway at the BDL Consolidated Rental Car Facility project, which is now under construction in Windsor Locks. The Austin Commercial/KBE Building Corporation project is slated to be complete in May 2022. “We’re extremely proud of all our OSHA safety partnerships,” said Mike Kolakowski, CEO of KBE. “The partnership at Bradley International Airport Consolidated Rental Car Facility is no different. These partnerships fit in well with our ‘relationships are everything’ corporate philosophy at KBE.”

When completed, the 1.4 million sf consolidated rental car facility will house car rental services, add public parking, and incorporate public transit connections. The project includes a 4-story building and garage complex for six rental car agencies, along with 830 public parking spots, with half of those under cover. A second 4-story garage will provide service areas for the rental agencies, including fuel, vacuuming, window washing, fluid replacement, car washes, and maintenance bays for routine car work.

Mattatuck Museum Seeking Community Involvement in Documenting COVID-19 
The Mattatuck Museum is collecting and documenting how COVID-19 has affected our local community. By preserving local responses and the impact on Waterbury and surrounding residents, the Mattatuck Museum will be helping future researchers understand the local impact of these trying times. To complement newspaper articles, local government press releases, and other traditional archival material that we will be collecting, the Mattatuck Museum is also looking to document people’s everyday lives and how COVID-19 has affected them. What does your life look like now? How are you protecting yourself/your family? What kinds of activities are you doing to pass the time? How are you celebrating birthdays/holidays? What do you think people should remember about this time? Your voice and your experience matter to us. Please consider contributing to our collection! For more information, visit:

Branagan Communications Consultants LLC Offering Publicity Services To Help “Spread Good News” 
Barbara Branagan-Mitchell, owner of Branagan Communications Consultants LLC (BCC), announced that her public relations, publicity placement, and marketing communications services are available to help businesses and organizations announce their ‘good news’. Celebrating 27 years of sole proprietorship success in 2020, Branagan Communications Consultants writes press releases and captioned photos and distributes them to daily and weekly newspapers across Connecticut and posts on social media community news sites. “Good News” can include offering or donation of services for people-in-need during this current health crisis, announcing new services or product offerings, employee promotions or new personnel, new office location. Branagan Communications Consultants offers free consultations and discounted rates for non-profit and not-for-profit organizations. To contact Branagan Communications,  email to  or call Barbara Branagan-Mitchell at 860-210-0149.

Powerstation Offering 10% Discount on Select Services for Chamber Members 
PowerStation is very excited to offer a 10% discount on select services for members of the Waterbury Chamber of Commerce. We understand that times are tough right now, and we want to help. Below are the terms and attached is a graphic that can be used on social media. Book your 2020 or 2021 event by June 1st and save 10% on DJ Services, A/V Services, Inflatable Movie Screen, Photography, Videography and Photo Booth. The promotion is valid through 6/1/2020. Contact the PowerStation team at: , or  203-250-8500  

JiffyLube Shares Updated Hours
Waterbury Jiffy Lube
50 Thomaston Ave, Waterbury, CT 06702
M-F: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sat: 9:00 AM - 5 PM
Sun: Closed

Additional information:
* We offer customers stay in your vehicle service during this time.
* We currently have a digital offer for our customers called OPEN10. They save $10.00 off any oil change service.
* We currently offer a FREE safety check for anyone. Check tire pressure, vital fluids, wipers, lights etc. Additional cost if materials needed such as oil, wipers, etc.
PORCHraits Journal - Uniquely Yours' News Media of your family story! 
Become part of the PORCHraits Journal idea. Tina Petta-Pelletier will come to your home to photograph you and your family either on your front porch or in your yard. Following all current CDC and government policies of social distancing, Tina has adopted a hands-off approach to photography. The goal is to share how important we are to each other during this crisis through a beautiful image of your family. Tina will guide you and instruct you on how to fix details and pose, but with no physical contact, and will photograph from a safe distance of 6ft or more using a longer zoom lens creating an environmental portrait of your family.

If you are on the front line of this pandemic please consider having your portrait created with your family today, now! Let us show our support for you! What you do is beyond valuable for our community.  
Your portrait will be shared on the Uniquely Yours website, social networks and in printed materials along with your story. You will receive the best image as a shareable file as a thank you for participating, as well as a link to view your photo gallery if you wish to order prints for your home. The cost is a minimum donation ($20-$50) to a local non-profit of your choice. Looking to feature families in the surrounding areas that are within a 20 mile radius from my studio in Waterbury. Fill out the form if you’re interested in being involved:  

Southmayd Residents Stay in Touch Via Skype
A technology grant from the Connecticut Community Foundation has reaped unforeseen rewards for Southmayd Home’s Technology Center during the COVID-19 pandemic by facilitating Skype visits between residents and their families. Because visitors are not permitted at this time, the Skype chats have offered a way to keep connected and reduce anxiety for many families. In addition, more residents have become interested in using the center as they see firsthand how technology can enhance their lives. Southmayd Home, a nonprofit, nonmedical residence for women aged 60+, is located at 250 Columbia Boulevard in Waterbury.  

Protect Your Business with Valued Computer Services
Did you know?  
• 1 of 10 corporate laptops will be lost or stolen over their three-year lifetime.  
• 140,000 hard drives fail in the United States each week.  
• A new organization fell victim to ransomware every 14 seconds in 2019.  
As a business owner, these are sobering statistics. Your employees are critical to daily operations. Loss or failure of their PCs can mean lost business, loss of critical data, and work stoppage. Additionally, ransomware attacks, with the potential to lock up a number of PCs, exponentially increases this risk. How long can you afford to have these employees down? What is the cost of the lost data on their PCs? And what is the impact on your business operations? It is impossible to take the guesswork out of WHEN a disaster might occur. However, with Datto Cloud Continuity for PCs, you have the confidence that you can recover and get your employees back to business without skipping a beat, exactly as they were before. Top 5 Reasons (SMB’s) Small & Mid-Sized businesses should do business with Valued Computer Services: • Eliminate the risk of sudden and unexpected repairs and recovery costs and replace it with a low, predictable monthly rate. • Instant technical support so you don’t have to wait around to get help. 60 Minutes or less response time guaranteed. • Receive ALL the benefits of an in-house IT department WITHOUT all the costs. • Sleep easier knowing the “gremlins at the gate” are being watched. Safeguard your data. • Eliminate annoying spam, pop-ups, and spyware from taking over your computer and your network. Contact Us Today To Become Worry Free! Douglas M. Hopson, President & CEO, can be reached at (203) 706-6738 or Learn more by clicking here and at  

Above Target HR Offering Free 30-Minute Consultation
Connecticut will be opening for business soon. Are you ready for your employees to return? Do you have the policies and procedures in place to remain complainant with employment laws in this changing work environment? Above Target HR Consulting can provide the resources to easily and quickly update policies and procedures.
Leave Tool Kit: FMLA Leave Expansion and Emergency Paid Sick Leave Policy Employee Request for Expanded Leave Employee Statement Supporting Leave
MORE…. Recruiting, Policy Updates, and Sexual Harassment Prevention Training…

OXXO Cleaners - 24/7 Drop off and Pickup, Plus FREE Service for Medical Staff and First Responders*
Lifestyles Offering 20% Off for Chamber Members
Lifestyles is open! Browse our store at, by Instagram pinned posts, or video call us on Instagram! Lifestyles in Waterbury and New Haven are open for curbside and Lifestyles in Wolcott has a driveup window. Use code CHAMBER at checkout for 20% off!

University of Bridgeport Summer Graduate Business Certificate Programs
Advance your career and expand your skill set with certificates in Analytics, Supply Chain Management or SAS from the University of Bridgeport.
The credit hours for these certificate programs will convert to a master’s of business degree at the University of Bridgeport. No prerequisites are required. The certificates may be completed in only 12 months. Learn More Here:

Mathnasium @ Home Offers Expert Math Instruction
Mathnasium@Home offers face-to-face, expert instruction so kids can learn math from
the comfort of their own homes. Mathnasium@home features the same experience with our highly trained instructors and Mathnasium Method™ as our learning center, but live
through a computer. The first session will be to take an appropriate Free Assessment. The assessment is used to create a personalized binder for the student. The second session is a Free Trial Session. During both sessions, homework help for the student will be offered.

Through this platform, I am able to upload a student's binder to an interactive whiteboard.It also
allows me to upload a student's homework and turn into an interactive whiteboard.The student
works one to one with a live instructor.

The cost for Mathnasium @Home for:
Elementary/ Middle school is
- $295 for 12 sessions per calendar month (month to month basis)
- with a 6 month commitment it is $245 for 12 sessions a calendar month
* this is an automatic charge on the 1st of the month for 6 months
Algebra and higher is
- $345 for 12 sessions per calendar month
-with a 6 month commitment it is $295 for 12 sessions a calendar month
* this is an automatic charge on the 1st of the month for 6 months

Sessions are not carried over to the next month. Free Registration ($75 value) for new students of Chamber Members.

LGW Winger Project Seeking Support Through Survey
As part of the Leadership Greater Waterbury program, the inspiration for our project Winger came from the common problem we all face - where to go to have fun and make memories with the people we care about. Some people like to wing it and others like to have plans. We are gathering more information on where you would like to go and where you are looking forward to going once businesses start to open up again. Help us determine how to create the best experiences Waterbury has to offer, take our short survey here:

Connecticut Manufacturing Assistance Center
Upgrade your business with the help of CMAC, an industry leading specialist in hand assembly and quality assurance. At CMAC, the quality, care and control are the same as you would want in your own facility. Let us take your hand assembly needs and execute them to your specifications and on your schedule.

Planning your next move?
Look no further! The Connecticut Manufacturing Assistance Center is here for all your hand assembly and quality assurance needs. Centrally located in Waterbury, CT, CMAC’s unique operation can assist by providing a high quality and on time product for you. For more information contact: Zachary Westfahl 920-204-4969 or email

AARP Connecticut Offers Year-Round Discounts
AARP Connecticut offers members terrific year-round opportunities to save money and connect them with people and places in their community while supporting local, nonprofit educational and cultural venues.

Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall – AARP members can enjoy great discounts on admission and memberships to a variety of Connecticut museums and cultural attractions, local theater, musical performances, educational classes, and more!

New offers are added throughout the year so bookmark  and check back often for information about current discounts for AARP members and updates. Special restrictions may apply, so please be sure to read all offer details before purchasing. For information about discounts for AARP members from exclusive merchants and national retailers,  click here .

Palace Theater Affinity Program
Did you know that as a Chamber member you get special discounts to select shows at the Palace Theater? As an affinity member, you receive a minimum 10% discount off most Palace events with the opportunity to receive even larger discounts on certain performances. When you purchase tickets by phone at 203-346-2000, or in person at the Palace Theater Box Office, mention to your sales and service representative before the point of purchase that you are a Waterbury Regional Chamber Member and would like to take advantage of the Affinity Discount. If you are purchasing tickets online, at, use the Promotional Code: WRC. Please keep in mind that some restrictions may apply and discounts may only pertain to certain seating sections based on performance restrictions. For more information on show specific discounts, please contact the Palace Theater Box Office at 203-346-2000.
Text "chamber" to (203) 496-4462 to receive a few updates or reminders from the Chamber. You can respond to any text and we will receive your response!
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