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Friday, 1/30/15

6:30 pm  - 10:00pm

McCelvey Center

212 E. Jefferson St

York, SC  

Live Music - Banquet - Awards Ceremony

Tickets $35

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Columbia, SC - The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce, the state’s unified voice of business, has released its 2015 Competitiveness Agenda, the business community’s annual list of legislative priorities. This year’s legislative agenda is focused on two vital priorities for economic development and job creation: infrastructure and workforce development.

York County, SC - The Greater York Chamber of Commerce has released it’s  2015 Competitiveness Agenda for  Western York County. This years agenda similarly focuses on infrastructure and workforce development with the overall emphasis on economic development.




In South Carolina, when minds are at work,

people are put to work. Together, South Carolina business leaders are promoting the aggressive strides the state is making to ensure the people of South Carolina are thinking, learning and working. Go to:


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Services are available in our offices located at 

23 E. Liberty Street


2015 January

Business of the Month

York Library

GYCC President Grier Sandifer presents Jennifer Stanley the January Award.  
Pictured left to right:  Molly West, Mary Beth Tiblier, Jef Tobias, Sheron Patton, 
Karen Ankabrandt, Deb Corbin and Jennifer Langford

The York Public Library traces its history to about 1915 when 35 men and women met to form a permanent library organization.  During its early years, the library had several different places to call “home.”  For about 20 years, between the mid-1940s to the mid-1960s, the library was located in two rooms in the War Memorial Building, also known as the McNeel home, on North Congress Street.  In 1968, the library moved into its own home when a new 4,000 square foot building was constructed, also on North Congress Street, and remained on this site for 37 years.

    The former post office at 21 East Liberty Street was purchased in 2002 with plans to renovate and expand this facility into a new library.  Construction began in October 2004 and the new York Public Library opened its doors on October 23, 2005, with a grand opening in the 11,800 square foot building.  With the opening of this facility, an expanded library collection could be offered, as well as public meeting spaces and the addition of 14 computers for public use.

     The York County Library system has a headquarters library in Rock Hill, and four branch locations in Clover, York, Lake Wylie and Fort Mill, as well as a bookmobile that travels throughout York County bringing library services to all residents.
York County Libraries participate in a state-wide consortium of eighteen libraries, which means that library card holders may borrow books, DVDs, and other items from any library in the consortium.  By pooling their resources, member libraries can offer a collection of more than 2.5 million items.  After placing a hold on the item, it will be
delivered to your local library, usually within a few days.

    All York County Libraries offer a variety of free programs and events for all ages from infants to senior citizens.  Summer reading programs for children, teens, and adults are held June-August at all York County Library locations, with prizes,
programs and performances to encourage reading during the summer.

Many services are available through the library’s web site at,
including the library’s online catalog, more than 30 electronic databases, Brainfuse online tutors, Mango  language learning, and more.
 All York County Libraries offer use of computers with Internet access to the public at no charge.  All branch
libraries offer meeting room space for community groups and non-profit organizations.


York County Library

21 East Liberty Street

York, South Carolina



Chamber Offers Web Advertising


   The Greater York Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce three new website advertising strategies to help increase its members brand recognition in the online marketplace.
   With over 3,300 page views and more than 1,800 visitors to the GYCC website in August 2012, advertising on the Chamber’s website increases viewers’ knowledge of what Chamber Members have to offer.
   The Chamber is introducing three levels of web advertising. The premier level advertiser appears on the GYCC homepage rotating every 10 seconds with three other advertisers. The ad will be designed and customized for each advertiser.
   The second opportunity allows members to advertise in the online business directory next to their membership listing with a 2” x 3” space perfect for a business card.
   The third opportunity places a company logo in the online business directory.

 For additional information and pricing, click here.




Business After Hours

Promotes Your Business


  If your business would like to host a Business After Hours, please contact the GYCC office at (803) 684-2590. We promote the event and you provide light refreshments.  This is a wonderful opportunity to promote your business.


This is the event to market

your business.



It’s our Business to Promote your Business!



Member Discount Program


  The Member to Member Discount Program is a way for Chamber members to offer discounts to other members for a variety of business or personal needs.

  Participation is simple: No cards to carry or coupons to clip, just members doing business with members, because ...”doing business with Chamber members is good business,” and it can save you money, too.

  Click on Member to Member Discounters below see view a comprehensive list of member discounts.






Chamber Offers 

Insurance Options


Greater York Chamber members have new options for affordable healthcare coverage from BlueCross® BlueShield® of South Carolina. Four new group health plans offer businesses more flexibility with significant cost reductions from 15 to 30 percent.

The group plans, called Business True BlueSM and Business True BlueSM Value Plans, are specially designed group products available to chamber members only. The employer can choose a fixed plan or design a custom plan with optional benefits like a drug card, office visit copayment, vision, dental or supplemental accident.

In addition to the group plans, a new individual product for members who are not eligible for a group plan will be available starting in January. This is a great opportunity for sole proprietors.

You can find more information on the BlueCross website, or for more information on finding more competitively priced options for your small business, contact BlueCross at (800) 641-2977, or Vicki Martinez in Rock Hill at 803-817-1910.
   ® BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina is an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association.