Thank you for visiting the new home of the Pulaski Chamber of Commerce
National Geographic describes our sunsets as among the best in the world. We are blessed with abundant natural resources, proximity to major population centers, and easy accessibility by interstate 81. Our communities have much to offer, and we invite you to see for yourself!
The Pulaski-Eastern Shore Chamber of commerce proudly serves the needs of our community, and this Website is a resource for Residents, Visitors, and our Members.
See what's happening!
Just a few of the great events coming up in and around Pulaski, NY! For more, check out our event calendar.
And THANK YOU for your support of our recent Events:
We teamed with the Pulaski Community Endowment Fund to host a wonderful, well attended event at the beautiful Tailwater Lodge. We recognized 2017 grant recipients, discussed how the Fund works to improve community quality of life with the strong support of the John Ben Snow Foundation, and cooperative efforts between the Chamber and community organizations to leverage our strengths to benefit our community.
You can help your community:
- Donate to the Fund: The Snow Foundation is matching donations made through December 15th dollar for dollar
- Learn More About the "5 for CNY" Endowment
- Who is eligible to apply for a grant?
Since 1981, Grindstone Farm has promoted healthy, sustainable agriculture, growing and distributing high quality certified organic produce and raising pasture raised, free range livestock. You can shop their site and order on-line for pickup or delivery. Thank you Dick and Vic for your hospitality, for sharing your story, and for the field tour! John Halleron of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) promoted business startup success stories happening right here in Oswego County and explained help available to those looking for business planning and startup assistance. Visit SBDC and Operation Oswego County for more information.
Following just a couple hours after Gov. Cuomo was in town to announce the addition of 6,000 acres of public land to the Salmon River corridor, The Fulton Companies hosted the Chamber and Assemblyman Will Barclay at their impressive office and manufacturing facility on Centerville Road. Manufacturing VP Mark Hilton delivered a comprehensive presentation of the company's history and growth, and approach to recruiting and retaining talent, and lead a facility tour. Will Barclay discussed legislative efforts to extend assistance to property owners impacted by shore erosion and flooding, to compliment plans announced earlier to assist businesses and municipalities.
Other Great Chamber Represented Events...
The Lake Ontario Convention Center hosted the Director of the Thunder Bay Marine Sanctuary, who described the economic benefits that community has realized, including development of school STEM programs. A proposal to create a new sanctuary in Eastern Lake Ontario is in process, and we'll post updates as they become available.
The Pulaski Historical Society hosted the Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund After Hours Event, held to recognize receipt grant recipients, and for a presentation of the "5forCNY" program by the Central New York Community Foundation.