A Message from your Chamber
No, we are not meaning engaged in marriage. We mean be involved.
People join business groups for different reasons. Most of the time, people are looking for new business opportunities, which is awesome! However, do those people do “the work” to find this new business from the group?
To get the most out of a business group membership, the least that you should do is show-up. Come to the events and you will be surprised on how many times you will find possible referral partners or customers.
But it’s not all about you and your needs. To be successful with any networking or business group comes down to one word; GIVE. Give your time. Give your advice when asked. Give referrals and introductions to others. Like the old saying goes “Give and You Shall Receive”.
Northwest Chamber Members- How are you engaging with this 200+ member business organization? Do you come to events? Do you send in your news or promotions, so we can help to spread the word? Are you on a committee? If you can answer “Yes” to one or more of those questions- GREAT! If you cannot, let us help you.
If you would like to make your Northwest Chamber Membership work for you but are not sure how, contact Sally Shapiro-Gould at email@example.com. An easy way to start is to come to our many networking events.
We have two this week! We have our Monthly FREE Drop-In Dinner Networking event tomorrow, November 13th, at Palio- Foundry Row. We also have a FREE Lunch & Learn where you will receive free lunch while networking on November 14th.
Come out this week and make your membership work for you! Hope to see you there!
Member Highlight: Taste of the Town
We usually leave this area to highlight one of our members. Normally to be highlighted, a member has had their business card drawn at one of our monthly Lunch & Learn events. However, today we want to highlight all who made our 2018 Taste of the Town a huge success by their participation and financial support.
Please visit our Taste Sponsor websites and contact them if you or someone you know may need their services.
Also, visit the local restaurants, vineyard, brewery and distillery to taste more of their delicious foods and drinks!
If you would like to see pictures from the event, CLICK HERE
Diner Sponsors: Bransfield Motor Co.
Gorfine, Schiller & Gardyn
We would like to thank all our food and drink vendors for their participation. Go try them out!
Welcome New Members!
We would like to welcome both our new and renewing members! Visit their websites to learn all about them:
Mills Crossing Townhomes and Apartments
Secure Benefits Alliance
CTFO CBD Health Products
Merritt Clubs – Owings Mills
Costco – Owings Mills
Brody Brothers Pest Control
Palio- Foundry Row
Chick-Fil-A: Owings Mills
Advanced Heating & Cooling
Hall Mobile Tires
Howard Bank- Owings Mills
The Covenant Guild
Santoni’s Marketplace & Catering
Sacred Heart Parish and School
Upcoming Chamber Events & News
The 15th Annual Chamber’s Taste of the Town was another success! Our community came together to enjoy the foods and drinks of our local restaurants and vendors. We would like to congratulate the winners of the following food and drink categories. We thank all of you for your participation in this fun event!
Drop-In Networking Dinner
Tuesday, November 13th: 5:30 – 7 p.m.
Palio – Foundry Row
10090 Reisterstown Rd
Owings Mills, MD 21117
Come break-bread with Northwest Chamber Members and guests. This networking event is a FREE chance to sit down and get to know local business professionals. All you need to do register now then buy yourself dinner at our host’s location that evening.
Come have a tasty dinner and share some laughs while networking.
We thank Palio – Foundry Row for hosting us!
FREE Monthly Lunch & Learn Networking
Wed, Nov. 14th: 11:30 am – 1:00pm
Gorfine Schiller Gardyn PA
10045 Red Run Blvd
Owings Mills, MD 21117
Network with 20-30 local business owners and professionals while enjoying a FREE lunch. This monthly networking event normally sells out- so save your seat now.
We thank Gorfine Schiller Gardyn PA for hosting our November Lunch & Learn!
Women in Business Group Shop Crawl
Our Women in Business Group organized a Shop Crawl Saturday afternoon. We shopped at our members Charlotte’s Corner, The Boxwood Collection, Wear It’s At, Kacadas, Inc. and The Cottage at Reisterstown. Amazing stores right here in Glyndon and Main Street Reisterstown!
Northwest Advertising – Advertise with Us…
Reach thousands of potential local customers every month through us!
We are now offering website banner advertising opportunities to our membership!
- Advertise on our website for only $50 per month
- Leverage OUR website traffic to help YOUR business and drive visitors to YOUR website!
- Don’t worry about creating the ad- We will help!
Member Announcements, Events & News
In case you didn’t know, our Member, Ruth’s Closet, has renovated and they had their grand re-opening!
2018 Facade Improvement Grant Program is Now Open!
Apply for up to $5,000 in funds and donations for facade improvements in historic Reisterstown!
Application Deadline: Friday, December 7, 2018. The final guidelines and application for the 2018 Reisterstown Improvement Association’s (RIA) Facade Improvement Grant Pilot Program were officially released to the public on November 9, following several months of public review and revisions. ALL PROSPECTIVE APPLICANTS MUST CONTACT INFO@REISTERSTOWN.COM OR BRENDAN@REISTERSTOWN.COM TO SCHEDULE A PRE-APPLICATION CONSULTATION WITH THE RIA.
The application and rules can be found attached to this calendar notification, or can be requested directly at info@Reisterstown.com. Up to three awards will be granted in the 2018 round. Please note that the deadline is Friday, December 7, 2018. All applications must be received in full, including all supplementary documentation, by 11:59 pm on that date to be eligible.
Reisterstown Improvement Association Business Roundtable
Tuesday, November 13 10:00 a.m.
Reter’s Crab House & Grille
509 Main St, Reisterstown, MD 21136
Although these meetings are open to all, the focus is on Main Street business and property owners. Each meeting discusses issues that affect Main Street businesses and we want to hear your concerns, opinions and solutions. Please join us and help affect positive change along Main Street!
RIA: Organization Committee Meeting
Thursday, November 15, 7:00 p.m.
317 Main St, Reisterstown, MD 21136
Come help the committee work on plans to build partnerships with the county officials, state officials, business owners, property members and community members. Volunteers work together to assist other committees’ plans. We also plan/collect materials to be sure we have everyone’s interests represented at the many information booths setup for the town activities.
We are always focused on supporting and improving our Historic Main Street
La Tolteca Grand Opening
Monday, Nov. 19th at 5:00 p.m.
1673 Crofton Center, Crofton, MD 21114
There will be a Mariachi Band from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Come for the grand opening and ribbon cutting, stay for the music and delicious food!
November is National Healthy Skin Month
Personal Beauty Consultant Angie Johnson with MARY KAY can help you find a healthy skin regimen that fits your busy lifestyle. From TimeWise® skin care to MKMen® and other customized sets, MARY KAY is your #1 skin care solution.
Check out Angie’s MK Holiday LOOK Catalog for corporate gifts, fragrances, color cosmetics and more!
Members Currently Hiring:
Santoni’s Marketplace & Catering is Hiring!
Northwest Chamber member Santoni’s Marketplace and Catering is currently hiring for several positions. Follow the link below to see which positions are available and to apply online.
The Baltimore Humane Society
Love animals? Want to work in an awesome place with amazing coworkers?
Come work for BHS! We’re looking for a full time veterinary technician.
Other Community Events & News
Holly Fair on Main Street
Sat, November 17: 9:00am to 4:00pm
Reisterstown United Methodist Church
246 Main St, Reisterstown, MD 21136
An indoor Juried Artisan and Craft Fair featuring over 35 Vendors
Visit our Café for lunch and awesome bake sale
All Proceeds support local mission and outreach projects.
ROG Monthly Meeting
Monday, November 19, 2018 07:00 PM
Owings Mills Branch of the Baltimore County Library
Grand Central Ave, Owings Mills, MD 21117
The Reisterstown-Owings Mills-Glyndon Coordinating Council (ROG) was established in 1973 as a clearinghouse and a coordinating agency for the promotion and advancement of the civic, religious, economic, educational, cultural, and social interests of the ROG communities.
Hope to see you at the meeting.
Franklin Police Community Relations Council
Tuesday, November 20, 07:00 p.m.
21 Cockeys Mill Rd, Reisterstown, MD 21136
Officers from our local police precinct discuss your concerns, while you learn how to make our community a safer place.
Small Business Saturday
Saturday, November 24, 11:00 a.m.
Main St, Reisterstown, MD 21136
“Shop Small” all along Main Street
Stop by Main Street businesses from 11am to 4pm. This special day is all about supporting local businesses. Stop at the RIA station for snacks and drinks.
Northwest Chamber Members: Is Your Business Hiring?
We Can Help!
Send us the job and contact information, and we can add your job listing to our website at no cost!
Send the information to Kathleen Dorsey:
Please visit the Chamber website to view any open positions posted by the membership: