The Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce

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


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


December Monthly Membership Meeting

Wednesday, December 8, 2021

11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

The Galaxy Restaurant Banquet Center

201 Park Centre Drive, Wadsworth 


Featuring The Wadsworth High School Choir
Register HERE
Menu: Yankee pot roast, scallop potatoes, roasted winter vegetables, salad and turtle cheesecake for dessert.

Holiday Girls Night Out

The Wadsworth Chamber is partnering again with Marigold Wellness Collective to present a Holiday Girls Night Out

Wednesday, December 8

6:00 – 8:00 a.m.
Marigold Wellness Collective on the Sharon Center Circle
$35 per person
Click HERE to register

(registration limited to 35)

You’ll learn about anti-aging tips and techniques for your hair, your face, and your skin and you’ll be looking good for the holidays! Light snacks provided.

Wadsworth Young Professionals Mochas & Mentors

Thursday, December 9

8:00-9:00 a.m. 

Soprema Cafe

617 School Drive, Wadsworth

Randy Toddy, chief engineer at Clampco Products will be the guest speaker

Ornaments and Popcorn are Back!

For the second year, the Wadsworth Chamber is selling these exclusively-made ornaments and gourmet popcorn.

These beautiful limited edition replicas of the Ohio Blue Tip matchbox (2021 ornament) and the Wadsworth trolley car (2020 ornament) are perfect for people who have Wadsworth in their hearts. You may purchase the ornaments at the chamber office located at 132-A Main Street above Unwined or at Thurber’s Jewelers located at 115 High Street for $20 for the matchbox and $10 for the trolley car.

The popcorn is made by the American Classic Snack Company right here in Wadsworth, Ohio, and is a combination of caramel popcorn drizzled with dark chocolate, milk chocolate and white chocolate, and sprinkled with sea salt.

The popcorn is available in beautiful one-of-a-kind tins wrapped in Wadsworth artwork by local artist Richard Doyle and filled with Chamber Crunch along with white cheddar popcorn for $40 and is also available in bags for $5.

Orders may be placed through December 3 for the popcorn by calling 330.336.6150 or emailing

It’s an opportunity for the Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce and Summa Health to give back to our businesses and the community ~ Come Home for the Holidays!

Once again, we are at that time of year when the Wadsworth community truly shines. At the beginning of this festive holiday season, the Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce and Summa Health are pleased to present the 9th Annual Come Home for the Holidays Shop Local program. This year as a thank you to our wonderful retail Chamber members, the Wadsworth Chamber and Summa are purchasing $25 gift cards for raffle prizes from over fifty of our retail members.

Shoppers are once again asked to save their original receipts from purchases in the 44281 Wadsworth zip code for the entire month of November. During the last week of November, first week of December, (November 29 – December 3), community members can drop off their original receipts at the Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce office, located at 132-A Main Street, above Unwined, in an envelope marked with your name, email and phone number, in a box by the Chamber office door. On Thursday, December 8, at 6:00 p.m., the more than fifty $25 gift cards winners are drawn from the receipts and shown live on Wadsworth Community Television (WCTV).

We realize this is a lot of information so here it is in a simpler form:

November 1 – 30: shopping

Shop in the 44281-zip code and save your original receipts.

November 29 – December 3: receipt drop off

Deliver your receipts to the Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce. Receipts must be original, issued from November 1-30; purchased in the 44281-zip code; at least $5 spent for each receipt; 10 receipts accepted per store per person. The receipts need to be in an envelope with your name, email address and phone number. Each receipt = 1 raffle ticket.

Hours for the receipt drop-off: Monday, November 29 – Thursday, December 2, 9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.; Friday, December 3, 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

December 9 at 6:00 p.m.: prize drawings

Tune into WCTV to see if you are a lucky winner!

December 13 – 23 – pick up your winning gift card

Gift cards are available for pick up from the Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce office (132-A Main Street) Monday, December 13 through Thursday, December 23 from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Come Home for the Holidays is truly a heartwarming community event, supporting many people and businesses. So, save those receipts and then tune in to WCTV to enjoy a wonderful holiday event, created especially for the entire Wadsworth community.

Sponsored By: Wadswoth Area Chmaber of Commerce and Summa Health

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

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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.



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