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MARTINSVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

The Greater Martinsville Chamber of Commerce provides unique and comprehensive business support including networking opportunities, education, and marketing tools in a low-pressure and welcoming environment. In collaboration with the city of Martinsville and community organizations, we advocate for the interests and success of our members and are working diligently to create a vibrant business environment in Martinsville and beyond.

We are a catalyst for positive economic growth by spearheading initiatives, programs, and events that drive economic progress and innovation. The Chamber is a convener of community and business stakeholders to address current issues. We are a devoted champion – promoting our members, our business community, and all the good that is Martinsville and Morgan County.

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The holiday weekend continues this afternoon and evening with so many fun activities happening in The City Of Martinsville, Indiana! In addition to the events listed below, the King Bee and The Stingers will be at Cedar Creek Martinsville. What a great weekend, with something for everyone!Image attachmentImage attachment

The holiday weekend continues this afternoon and evening with so many fun activities happening in The City Of Martinsville, Indiana! In addition to the events listed below, the King Bee and The Stingers will be at Cedar Creek Martinsville. What a great weekend, with something for everyone! ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago
Unfortunately, we could not provide “chamber of commerce weather” for the parade. ☔️🌧️ Due to the inclement weather the parade has been canceled and will not be rescheduled. Hoping for better weather for this evening’s festivities.

Unfortunately, we could not provide “chamber of commerce weather” for the parade. ☔️🌧️ Due to the inclement weather the parade has been canceled and will not be rescheduled. Hoping for better weather for this evening’s festivities.‼️ Parade Cancelled ‼️

Due to incoming severe weather, the 5th Annual Independence Day Parade has been cancelled. It will not be rescheduled.
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1 week ago
Heres your chance to live in a beautiful apartment in downtown Martinsville. This wont be available long, so call Kathy at Artesian Group LLC today to schedule a tour.Image attachmentImage attachment+7Image attachment

Here's your chance to live in a beautiful apartment in downtown Martinsville. This won't be available long, so call Kathy at Artesian Group LLC today to schedule a tour. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

2 CommentsComment on Facebook

Nice

It is really nice!

Congratulations to our newest Chamber members, Shannon and Mike Skyles, owners of Mosaic Office Suites & Coworking on the opening of the beautifully renovated business center, formerly known as the McDaniels Building. We were excited to join Mike and Shannon, along with Kenny Costin Mayor of Martinsville, for a ribbon cutting commemorating the special occasion. We also got a sneak preview of the tastefully decorated office spaces and dedicated desks available for lease, and coworking desks.

Located at 1839 Robin Rd., Mosaic Office Suites offers a flexible and professional workspace solution designed to cater to your business needs. Office suites come in a variety of sizes, ensuring that theres a perfect fit for everyone. Dedicated desks, coworking desks, numerous amenities, and a beautiful conference room complete the space.

Mark your calendars for a grand opening celebration on Saturday, July 13th, 10 am - 2 pm. Tours, free popcorn & ice cream, multiple vendors, a prize drawing for a 65 TV, and more! Dont miss it!

Cant wait till the grand opening to find out more about the available space? Give Shannon a call at 765-792-7165 or email mosaicofficesuites@gmail.com. Check out the website here: https://mosaicofficesuites.com/Image attachmentImage attachment+Image attachment

Congratulations to our newest Chamber members, Shannon and Mike Skyles, owners of Mosaic Office Suites & Coworking on the opening of the beautifully renovated business center, formerly known as the McDaniels' Building. We were excited to join Mike and Shannon, along with Kenny Costin Mayor of Martinsville, for a ribbon cutting commemorating the special occasion. We also got a sneak preview of the tastefully decorated office spaces and dedicated desks available for lease, and coworking desks.

Located at 1839 Robin Rd., Mosaic Office Suites offers a flexible and professional workspace solution designed to cater to your business needs. Office suites come in a variety of sizes, ensuring that there's a perfect fit for everyone. Dedicated desks, coworking desks, numerous amenities, and a beautiful conference room complete the space.

Mark your calendars for a grand opening celebration on Saturday, July 13th, 10 am - 2 pm. Tours, free popcorn & ice cream, multiple vendors, a prize drawing for a 65" TV, and more! Don't miss it!

Can't wait till the grand opening to find out more about the available space? Give Shannon a call at 765-792-7165 or email mosaicofficesuites@gmail.com. Check out the website here:
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2 weeks ago

6 CommentsComment on Facebook

Very nice!

Mark Applegate

Connie Harrell Flynn , Lori Shewmaker Morris ...can you believe this is the same building?!

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Juneteenth is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the emancipation of enslaved African Americans. Juneteenth marks the anniversary of the announcement of General Order No. 3 by Union Army general Gordon Granger on June 19, 1865, proclaiming freedom for enslaved people in Texas.

Juneteenth is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the emancipation of enslaved African Americans. Juneteenth marks the anniversary of the announcement of General Order No. 3 by Union Army general Gordon Granger on June 19, 1865, proclaiming freedom for enslaved people in Texas. ... See MoreSee Less

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