At the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Chamber of Commerce, we advocate for the success and advancement of our local businesses. Whatever the size of your business, Chamber membership will help you build and expand your business connections, generate exposure through networking and advertising opportunities, and develop new resources by sharing the knowledge base of more than 150 local companies. We also offer a program for residents who want to participate in improving the Hamlet.
Top 10 Reasons to Join the Chamber
Membership in the Chamber is an investment in your business future. Experience the rewards of volunteering your time and talent to help make the community where you live and work a better place. As a Chamber member you will help sustain and improve the quality of life that you, your family and your employees enjoy.
Officers & Board of Directors
.The 2022 Officers and Board of Directors of the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Chamber of Commerce:
President: Ryan Schlotter, Oyster Bay Brewing Co.
Vice President: Ravin Chetram, Premier Payments
Secretary: Susan Dembo, Susan Dembo Acupuncture
Treasurer: RJ Virk, Weintraub, Traub, Tracy & Virk CPAs LLP
Board of Directors
Robert L. Brusca, Esq. Attorney at Law
Damien Carlino, Cafe al Dente
Jonathan Parker, Sagamore Hill Natiolnal Historic Site
Laura Escobar, HIVE Market & Maker's Space
Tanya Espinal, Renaissance Property Associates
Rich LaMarca, Esq Oyster Bay Civic Association
Patrick Lough, Charter Financial Planning
Meredith Maus, Oyster Bay Main Street Street Association
Anthony Minucci, Nassau Financial Credit Union
Dawn Riley, Oacliff Sailing Center
Margaret Ross, Margaret Ross, CPA
Dana Pagliara, Oyster Bay Community Rowing
Dottie Simons, Sanctuary Home & Patio
Michele Vaccarelli, Oyster Bay - East Norwich Public Library
Amy Reilly Hanley
Alex Gallego, Gallego Financial Group of Raymond James
Michele Browner, Hospice of New York
Board Members Emeriti
Austin Azzaretto, 1-800-50-TIRES
Paige Dawson, Laffey Real Estate
Businesses located in either Oyster Bay or East Norwich. $150
Non Profit Members
Non-profit organizations located in either Oyster Bay or East Norwich and the communities of Upper Brookville, Mill Neck, Laurel Hollow & Muttontown. $100
Businesses or individuals whose business is not within Oyster Bay or East Norwich. $175
Friends of the Hamlet
For residents of Oyster Bay - East Norwich and surrounding communities. $50
Dear OBENCC Board,
I am proud and honored to have represented the chamber at this morning’s town board meeting where I led everyone in the pledge of allegiance and received a citation on behalf of the OBEN Chamber of Commerce for our contribution to the community. I said some kind words about supervisor Saladino for stepping up to the plate and assuming his new role and made known that we are extremely grateful for the incredible honor.
I would like to thank everyone for their hard work and contributions and hope you are enjoying your time off, I look forward to reconvening with you in August!
Alex I. Gallego, AAMS, WMS
Senior Vice President, Investments
A Taste of the Chamber
Street Decorations – lighted snowflakes in the winter
Grants - work with municipalities to coordinate grants benefiting the community
Charity - donate to and work with non-profits to raise money for local causes and scholarships
Community Support - organize efforts with and support events of other local groups including OBEN schools
Business Support – networking, social media, special events, ribbon cuttings, marketing, advocacy
Events - Oyster Bay Day (late Spring), Cruise Nights (Tuesday evenings throughout the summer), Holiday Stroll (December), Business After Hours, Membership Mixers & General Meetings.