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Welcome to the
Fulton Montgomery Regional
Chamber of Commerce

Our Mission

The Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce supports our members and our region as a partner for business, workforce, and tourism development.

Our Vision

To be the trusted resource in the region providing relationship building, advocacy, resources, and solutions.



Our Core Values

TEAMWORK: We depend upon each other as we drive towards common goals. We strive to be respectful and collaborate in planning and execution.

DEPENDABILITY: We build trust by holding ourselves and each other accountable to our commitments. We are reliable as individuals and as a team in all that we deliver to our region.

INTEGRITY: We strive to do the right thing. We are honest in our communication, compassionate, and committed to serve with empathy, respect, and dignity.

SERVICE: We are focused on the well-being of people in the region in which we live. We strive to build our knowledge as we continue to focus on the needs of all our constituencies.

INNOVATION: We strive to have the desire and willingness to challenge the status quo. We are creative in the way we face challenges and committed to drive superior results to continue the reinvention of the Chamber.

PASSION: We strive for excellence, seek to drive continual improvement, and have a little fun while we do it. We are willing to help and are dedicated to our community.

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The Chamber has always been a great resource for Benjamin Moore in terms of advocacy with our local government as well as providing back up and support for recruiting and hiring employees that we need from the area. Being out in Fulton County, we are 45 minutes to an hour away from Albany. The Albany government may not be familiar with some of the employers and assets we’ve got in this region. Having an advocate like the Chamber… being able to represent businesses from Fulton and Montgomery Counties is critical to us and to our success. It’s also a great opportunity to make connections and build relationships and partnerships so that we can share some resources and ideas.

Paul Connelie
Director of Manufacturing at Benjamin Moore & Co.

One of the biggest things that we get particularly as a non-profit is the networking and making connections with other businesses in the community that sometimes provide resources to our agency in the form of donations or donated services. This is very valuable to us. The Chamber’s mission is to provide advocacy and represent the businesses in the two counties… whether it be regarding legislation in Albany or local issues going on. I think that connection helps not just the businesses that make a profit but the non-profits too. I just think the professional connections that you can make by joining the Chamber are invaluable.

Denis Wilson
Executive Director at Fulmont Community Action Agency

Being a member of the Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce gives you access to hundreds of other businesses and people in the area. You know some of the best advertising you can get is from other members – it’s all about word of mouth. It has put us in contact with a number of other businesses, not only in Fulton and Montgomery Counties but Saratoga and Hamilton Counties as well. It’s a great move business-wise. Mark and his staff do a great job, they can set you up. It’s very simple, very easy. It will open up all kinds of doors for you.

Don Wicksell
President at Kingsboro Lumber Co.

River Ridge Living Center has been a member of the Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber for almost 10 years. During that time the Chamber has provided us with many positive  opportunities to make connections with other businesses in the community. In my position, I have taken advantage of many wonderful networking events including monthly Business After Hours, Ribbon Cutting ceremonies and breakfast events just to name a few. In addition to meeting new colleagues, the Chamber is always resourceful in providing me with information on the local communities in both counties.

Michele Harder
Director of Admissions & Marketing at River Ridge Living Center, LLC

Joining the Chamber has given me the opportunity to be more involved with the community which in turn has led to a lot of leads and business relationships that have helped my business. Living in the community my entire life I felt I had pretty good connections and knew quite a few people. However, once I joined the Chamber, it opened doors to many new relationships, new acquaintances, business leaders and friends.

Lana Ruggiero
Broker/Owner at Ruggiero Realty, LLC

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