The Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce

Striving to Stimulate Economic Growth, by Providing a Voice for the Business Community of Our Membership

WELCOME TO OUR CHAMBER

 
All of us in our personal lives have a tool or two at home that we use only occasionally. We have it because of a need that arose at one time or another, and we invested in the tool to satisfy the need. Even it is never used again, it adds to our peace of mind to know that it is there when we need it again.
 
Your Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce, to an extent, is like that tool. Some may use it regularly, while others need it on an irregular basis. Isn’t it nice to know that it’s there if and when you need it? Your membership investment makes it possible for our Chamber to exist, however often and whenever you need it.
 
Your Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce is working hard to keep Wadsworth a vibrant business community, which offers the unique opportunity to enjoy a small community life, with access to a growing business base. We are always here to help you understand what your Chamber offers, and how to use your membership to the fullest advantage. We hope you will be a “regular user” of the Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce, and that your membership adds to the value of your business.

 

 

Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce

UPCOMING HAPPENINGS AT OUR CHAMBER & resourses

Wadsworth Public Library and Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce Candidate Forum

Monday, September 27
6:00-8:00 p.m.
McIlvaine Performing Arts Center

625 Broad Street, Wadsworth

It’s election season again, and local candidates are out on the stump and ready to promote their agenda. Join us for the annual Wadsworth Public Library Candidate Forum moderated by Library Director Daniel Slife. All candidates on the ticket to directly represent local residents are invited to present and address community members in attendance. Following tradition, the event is a forum-style discussion. Each candidate will have an opportunity to make a brief opening statement. Members of the audience are encouraged to submit questions in writing to the office in question.

 

The Rosie Awards ~
To Celebrate and Honor our Businesses,

Nonprofit Organizations, and Individuals!

The 2021

Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce
Rosie Awards
Wednesday, September 29
6:00 p.m.

The Galaxy Restaurant & Banquet Center

The 2021 Rosie Awards

It is the Wadsworth Area Board of Directors and Staff’s pleasure to present

The 2021 Rosie Awards.

Each year, our Chamber members nominate individuals, organizations, and businesses that make Wadsworth a great place to work and live.

The process to award the recipients in each category begins with your nomination. There are eight categories and you may nominate more than one person per category.

The categories are:

Outstanding Employee of the Year
Outstanding Manager of the Year
Outstanding Entrepreneur of the Year
Community Volunteer of the Year
Sustainable Business of the Year
Community Improvement of the Year
Outstanding Nonprofit Organization of the Year

Outstanding Business of the Year

On August 1, the Chamber staff compiled the list of nominees from each category. An information sheet is sent to each nominee to be completed and returned to the Chamber office.

A Survey Monkey is implemented to collect votes and the link sent to Chamber members for voting. The top three vote-getters in each category are then notified.

A committee of the past five Chamber Presidents comes together to select the award recipient in each category.

 

Name That Tune!

Saturday, October 16

6:00 p.m.

The Kolony Memory Lane Event Center

456 College Street, Wadsworth

Spend a hilarious evening with friends testing your musical knowledge with DJs, The Music Men. Put together a team of 10 or we are glad to place you on a team. Tickets are $35 each and include serious appetizers. This is a sell-out event so purchase your tickets ASAP.

SOLD OUT

Register HERE

For COVID-19 Pandemic Updates Visit the

City of Wadsworth’s web page

For Personal Protective Equipment Vendors Visit the

Medina County Economic Development’s web page

Wadsworth Public Library is kicking off a series of projects in partnership with the City of Wadsworth, the Wadsworth City School District, and the Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce to build community resourcefulness, resilience, and hope in this time of great need. Wadsworth Knows How is designed to connect those in need with community members looking to help, as we work together to respond to the COVID-19 crisis and its aftermath

Learn More

OUR HISTORY

 
The Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce was incorporated on January 12, 1954. Through the years, it has taken a strong leadership role in helping the business community prosper, and remains committed to bettering the entire community.
Business educational workshops, collaboration and partnerships with the City, community organizations, and the other Medina County Chambers, work together on the development and coordination of business and community events. We enhance community togetherness and engender a spirit of small town life.

WE ARE DEDICATED IN OUR EFFORTS TO ENSURE THAT WADSWORTH IS A VIBRANT BUSINESS COMMUNITY, OFFERING THE UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO ENJOY A SMALL COMMUNITY LIFESTYLE, WITH ACCESS TO AN EVER-GROWING BUSINESS COMMUNITY.

EXPLORE OUR CHAMBER AND COMMUNITY

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