Celebrate Chester County Cuisine and Nightlife's One-Year Anniversary!

Join the movers and shakers of Chester County for a fun-filled networking event with the Greater West Chester Chamber of Commerce and help celebrate Chester County Cuisine and Nightlife’s one-year anniversary, April 13, at Mas Mexicali Cantina.  This event at West Chester’s newest restaurant, Mas, will kick off Restaurant Week (April 18-24) in Downtown West Chester. Walk the red carpet, enjoy food and drinks and network with members of The Greater West Chester Chamber of Commerce. The rooftop bar will be open; you do not want to miss this event!

April 13th 5:30 P.M. – 7:30 P.M.

Mas Mexicali Cantina
102 E. Market St. (corner of Market & Walnut)

Free for Chamber Members/$5 for CC readers

Reservations Appreciated!

RSVP 610-696-4046

About the Greater West Chester Chamber of Commerce

Promoting Business and the Community

Bringing a community together may not be one of the prescribed roles for a chamber of commerce. For the Greater West Chester Chamber, however, fostering camaraderie and community spirit is a task that comes with the territory.

The Chamber is centrally located at 119 N. High Street, West Chester, and covers the Borough and the 6 surrounding townships, including Birmingham, East Bradford, East Goshen, West Goshen, Thornbury (Chester County) and Westtown. Chamber-sponsored events, those designed for the membership and those open to the community-at-large, enable many of the nearly 800 Chamber members to become familiar with everything West Chester has to offer.

“The Chamber strives to provide leadership and opportunity for business,” said Chamber President Katie Walker. “While we’re working with our members to promote their businesses we’re also fostering a sense of community and vitality that makes this area such a great place in which to live and or work.”

“The Chamber is helping members get to know each other and the community,” added Walker. “This enables them to grow their businesses and helps make Greater West Chester a thriving area in which to live and work.”

For more information, visit http://www.gwcc.org/ or call 610-696-4046.