The Fairport-Perinton Chamber of Commerce recently honored Casa Larga as the March Business of the Month.
Founders Andy and Ann Colaruotolo shared a vision for producing wine that could be shared with friends and family. The winery started as a hobby and then turned into a business. The first vines were planted in 1974. It takes four years for vines to produce fruit; the first vintage was not released until 1978.
One hundred and twelve business professionals and local community members recently attended the annual Fairport-Perinton Chamber of Commerce’s State of the Town, Village and Schools. The event opened with an hour of networking, and attendees enjoy lunch at the Burgundy Basin Inn while listening to the presentations. Hosted speakers reinforced the bond of community, earning wealth, health and enjoyment from working together. Brett Provenzano, superintendent of the Fairport Central School District, sparked the beginning of the chamber’s annual public presentations with the goals of this current school year.
Please join us an celebrate the grand opening of Rhino Chiropractic on April 27, 2017 at 4:30pm. Come enjoy networking, door prizes, refreshments, raffles, food, and more! Rhino Chiropractic is located at 435 Commerce Drive, Suite 150 in Victor, NY 14564. We hope to see you there!
The Chamber's event "Dress for Success" has been featured in several local news outlets including the Democrat and Chronicle and the Genesee Valley Pennysaver. The event will feature 300-400 pieces of clothing in the styles of business, casual, and more! The event will be hosted by Kellie Wright of Alliance Advisory Group and will take place on April 11th 11am - 1pm, 2017 at Created by Us Pottery, 3 Railroad St., Fairport, NY 14450.
Casa Larga Vineyards has been chosen as the March Business of the Month by the Fairport-Perinton Chamber of Commerce. Founders Andy and Ann Colaruotolo shared a vision and a passion for producing good wine that could be shared with friends and family. The winery started as a hobby and then flourished into a business. The first vines were planted in 1974. Just as time marched on from hobby to business, so did the ownership. With the passing of founders Mr. and Mrs. "C," the Colaruotolo children, Andrea C. O'Neil, Mary Jo Telesca, and John Colaruotolo run the business today. Throughout the business, family tradition is enjoyed and furthered.
Just Solutions has been chosen as the February Business of the Month by the Fairport-Perinton Chamber of Commerce. Just Solutions is located at 7300 Pittsford Palmyra Rd, Fairport, NY. Just Solutions has been servicing clients in Rochester, NY since 1997. All their technicians are full-time employees who hold the most up-to-date certifications and boast expertise in every area of networking and IT Support. Services include Backup and Disaster Recovery, Managed IT Services, VoIP/Phone Solutions, Xerox Copiers and MFPs.
Greenlight Networks, an ultra-high-speed, broadband service provider, offering residential and small business customers Internet speeds up to a Gigabit per second, announced today that it completed construction of its 1st Greenlight District in the Village of Fairport, NY.
“We’re thrilled to expand our fiber optic network to Fairport,” said Mark Murphy, president of Greenlight Networks. “We can’t wait to see how businesses and residents of ‘The Crown Jewel of the Erie Canal’ change the way they work and play with this much bandwidth!”
TAYLOR – The Builders is closing in on the completion of The Legends at Whitney, with a key construction milestone being marked this morning in a brief gathering.
One hundred and twelve business professionals and local community members attended the annual Fairport-Perinton Chamber of Commerce’s The State of the Town, Village, & Schools. This event has seen exponential growth during the last three years. Annually the Fairport-Perinton Chamber of Commerce hosts an event entitled The State of the Town, Village & Schools for the benefit of its members, interested professionals and citizens. The event opens with an hour of networking and attendees enjoy lunch at the Burgundy Basin Inn while listening to the presentations. All of the hosted speakers reinforce the bond of community, earning wealth, health, and enjoyment from working together.
Friday evening, Feb. 10th at 7:15, Inn On Church will host our 37th Anniversary Celebration with our student performances Coffeehouse! It is at 11 W. Church St. – admission is free; however, tickets ARE required (limited seating).
Maplewood Estates has been chosen as the January Business of the Month by the Fairport-Perinton Chamber of Commerce. The Maplewood Estates, 55 Ayrault Road in Fairport, opened in 1999. Residents reside in studio, one and two-bedroom apartments and have access to a large dining area and a private dining room. The Maplewood community is very family oriented, with larger spaces that can accommodate extended family gatherings. The staff reinforces this family atmosphere as they interact with residents and other staff members. The staff also includes a full-time nurse, from Interim Health Care.
Belview Floorcare has been chosen as the December 2016 Business of the Month by the Fairport-Perinton Chamber of Commerce. Belview Floorcare serves the Greater Rochester community with carpet, wood, tile & grout, upholstery, odor, and concrete cleaning, plus floor refinishing and Epoxy installations. The business has a staff of cleaners, trained in a variety of cleaning techniques.
We have received a lot of media coverage lately. Please view the links below. We're very appreciative for the help our local media provides to increase exposure for our members!
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The Independent Group of Companies has been named the November Fairport-Perinton Chamber Business of the month. John Forken started this business almost 30 years ago. John's focus is on helping individuals, businesses and trusts with financial planning. His service is comprehensive and includes: investment insurance, asset management, payroll services, group benefits, and trust administration.
Join the Legacy at Fairways and the RPO String Quartet for great music of all varieties - from Bach to Broadway and everything in between! Warning: This concert will leave you smiling, humming, or tapping your feet.
Two of the Chamber members, Manuel's Music Studio and Edge Advertising Group, are toy drop-off sites for the annual Henderson Ford toy collection. Stop by today and donate!
On Cue Content, LLC is November 2016's Business of the Month! Chris Coffey's On Cue Content video production business has been chosen as the October Business of the Month by the Fairport-Perinton Chamber of Commerce. Chris Coffey specializes in creating easy and affordable website videos. "Adding video to your business website dramatically increases the odds that your site will appear in a web search. Your videos should always provide value, insight and give the viewer a sense of the people who make your business special." said Coffey.
New York State Corrections and Youth Services (CAYSA) will be holding a three-day Statewide Symposium in our region this year! The conference will be held from October 26th through October 28th at Radisson Hotel in Rochester. The event is usually attended by 300 plus Criminal Justice profession
The Chamber member lunch on October 12 was about VISIBILITY through participation. Our attention was drawn to events, leadership positions within the Chamber, Committee work, and digital communication channels.
The lunch itself provided an opportunity for members to actively participate, starting with a time dedicated to networking. Ellen Reynolds, Event Chair, reviewed our upcoming calendar, including our monthly informal coffee, a member hosted-progressive breakfast, and our holiday party. http://www.fairportperintonchamber.org/?q=events-list.
The 3 Rs stand for Riesling, Ravioli and Radicchio. For many years, Mrs. C would bring in her homemade, classic Italian dishes for the vineyard workers and our customers to pair with our Rieslings. We’re honoring our founders with a dinner similar to the one they would bring to the vineyards each year at harvest.
Tickets are $45 (includes 2 glasses of wine) and can be purchased online through October 20th.