Our News And Happenings

Our Weekly Beer & Wine Garden has Been a Success

Since Music on Main Street began this summer, our chamber has offered cold beer and wine as well as sodas, water and snacks to attendees. They enjoy the music while sitting with us across the street at the old ski house building/new Reisters’ Daughter location to-be.

We have gotten to know our community members and other chamber members.The community has enjoyed seeing friends there too.

Come by and see your community and fellow chamber members each Friday night from 6:30pm-9:15ishpm.

If Music on Main Street is “on”, we will be there!

This little guy forgot  his ID last Friday night. But since he only wanted water, it all worked out! 

Our Crab Feast is Only 2 Days Away!
Buy Tickets Now!
There Might Not Be Any at the Door

Unlimited Crabs (from Reter’s Crab House), Beer & More.

August 7th
Trinity Lutheran Church
117 Main Street

We would like to thank our newest Claw Sponsors

And we thanks our latest In-Kind Sponsor for their donation of trash receptacles:

We thank ALL of our Sponsors for supporting this event.
Please visit our events section below to see these generous businesses. 

Our 3rd video has been released!
Hear from Dennis Klein, our Vice- President as well as insurance agent from Consolidated Insurance, discuss why Northwest Chamber is like no other local chamber.


Member Highlight: Bransfield Motor Co.

Bransfield Motor Company is a family owned business which has been providing complete automobile maintenance and repair services since 1972. All of our technicians are ASE Certified; our owner, John Eichler Jr., is an ASE Master Certified Technician, Maryland State Master Emission Technician, and holds ASE L1 Advanced Level Diagnostics Certification.

Our auto repair shop services all domestic and imported automobiles and trucks, including hybrids. We have the skills and equipment to perform all required maintenance and repair services.

Call us at 410-833-7430 to schedule your appointment.


Upcoming Chamber Events

Drop-In Networking Happy Hour

August 13th
Bonefish Grill
10906 Boulevard Circle
Owings Mills, MD 21117

Come network with Northwest Chamber Members and guests. This popular, casual event is a chance to sit down and get to know other local business professionals. All you need to do is register now, then buy yourself something to eat and/or drink while taking advantage of Bonefish’s Happy Hour pricing!

Come have tasty food and share some laughs with us.

FREE Lunch & Learn Networking

August 21st
Herzbach & Company
800 Red Brook Blvd., Suite #300
Owings Mills, MD 21117

Network with 30-40 local business owners and professionals while enjoying a FREE lunch supplied by our host as well as an educational speaker.
This monthly networking event normally sells out- so save your seat now.

We thank Hertzbach for hosting our August Lunch & Learn.

2019 Annual Crab Feast

We’re Almost Sold Out!

Buy Tickets Now.. There May Not Be Any Available at the Door!

Wed., August 7th 2019
Trinity Lutheran Church
117 Main Street
Reisterstown, MD.  21126

Join us for amazing eastern shore blue crabs supplied by our member Reter’s Crab House, chicken nuggets, fresh corn on the cob, salads, soda, beer, and dessert.

A fun event full of laughs, music and crabs, crabs and more crabs! Bring your family, friends, employees and clients.

Businesses: Be Seen by Thousands by Being a Sponsor. Levels start at only $100

We Thank Our Sponsors!!

Backfin Sponsors:

Claw Sponsors:

Mallet Sponsors: 

In-Kind Sponsors:

Welcome Our Members

Tailored Training Solutions
Lyman Travel Group
Kitchen Saver- Owings Mills
David S. Brown Enterprises
Jimmy John’s
KureSmart Pain Management
Quarry Cafe
Carroll, Frank, & Plotkin, LLC

Member Events & News

REMINDER: Members, send us your news, promotions and job listings. We are happy to spread the word for you!

Baltimore County Restaurant Week began last Friday and will continue  through Aug. 17! Fixed-price menus are available at a number of  our member restaurants  The Grill at Harryman House, Glyndon Grill Linwoods Restaurant Il Palio  and Bonefish Grill. Please consider supporting and dining at our member locations.

Help Us to Congratulate our Member David S. Brown  Enterprises for being named a 2018 MMHA Property Management Company of the Year!

To see their current properties, CLICK HERE

Metro Centre at Owings Mills Presents Free Movie Nights in August. 

Click Here to See All Free Metro Centre Community Events and More…

Create Your Team to Support The Red Devils, an organization with a mission is to fund support services that improve the quality of life for breast cancer patients and their families.

Know someone in the business community who is truly going above and beyond? Nominate them for our 40 Under 40 class of 2019 — a group of young leaders in Baltimore who contribute greatly to their companies and community. Deadline for nominations is August 9th. 

Legislative Updates

I believe it’s time to rethink management of the water system that serves Baltimore County and surrounding jurisdictions. At the County Council’s work session at 2 p.m. Tuesday, the Council will be discussing Councilman David Marks’ resolution supporting the creation of a regional authority to handle the area’s water and sewer needs.

While the measure doesn’t spell out details, it urges the county administration – along with city, state and other officials – to investigate the idea. The resolution cites recent water main breaks and says the county’s “public water infrastructure may be approaching the end  of its useful life.”

I was quoted in The Baltimore Sun expressing my support for Councilman Marks’ resolution, which I will be co-sponsoring.

“Councilman Izzy Patoka, of Pikesville, said he wants to explore a structure similar to the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, which serves Montgomery and Prince George’s County.

“That commission’s leadership includes a general manager, inspector general, corporate secretary and six commissioners. Each county has three commissioners, who are appointed to four-year terms by the county executives.

“Patoka said a regional authority could focus solely on water and sewer matters, while DPW must deal with a myriad of issues.

“‘I think that it’s a model that we should at least examine to see if it would work for this area,’” Patoka said.

Community News & Events

The Governor’s Office
of Small, Minority & Women Business Affairs

invites you to join us for our procurement connections workshop:

Tuesday, August 20, 2019
9:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Carroll Community College
Bollinger Family Conference Center (K100)
1601 Washington Road
Westminster, MD 21157

Join our County Executive for a special Birthday Celebration on Tuesday, September 10th at Row Boat Willie’s Dock Bar!  They will have live music, local brews, and tasty food. So don’t delay, get your tickets today — they start at $40 — and join us for a good time.

For more information or to sponsor the event, please contact Christopher Uhl at (410) 547-8884 or chris@martinlauer.com.

Members Hiring

Advertising and Marketing Opportunities with the Northwest Chamber of Commerce: