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Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce Launches New Website

May 2, 2013 Staff Report

The Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce launched a new website last week that aims to feature new businesses and cover local stories.

The role of the chamber is to promote Sunnyside businesses.

The site can be viewed at

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Sunnyside needs as much positive energy as possible. These local organizations need the younger generation to get involved as much as possible. Go to some of the meetings and mayb donate some of your time and energy into helping the community. Who do u think helps with the graffiti removal, runs the food pantry s and try’s to keep the neigherhood safe??? Stop the negativity on sunnyside post comments and go do something to help our neigherhood.


At the new website, I couldn’t find any of the historical photos of Sunnyside that were in the previous version. Have they been removed?


The BID covers only businesses of Greenpoint Avenue and Queens Plaza. The Chamber of Commerce includes all areas in Sunnyside.


Why does the neighborhood beed a chamber of commerce AND a BID?

Seems a bit redundant.


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