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Chamber announces plans for 2022 Regional Guide

Posted Friday, August 13, 2021

The Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce is pleased to be returning to production of a full, redesigned version of their premier regional guide, The Jewel of the Maine Coast, for 2022.

Chamber staff and board members worked hard to support local businesses during the extreme challenges of the past year, including the publishing of a 2021 addendum to complement remaining copies of their 2020 guide. The decision to return to a full edition of "The Jewel" reflects the influx of visitors and continued interest in the Camden-Rockland region.

The Jewel is the most comprehensive source of information about the Camden-Rockland region with extensive, informative, and entertaining content including where to stay, what to do, dining, boating, recreation, the arts, shopping and more—all in one place.

Working with the team at Down East Custom Publishing, the redesigned Jewel will emphasize editorially and with stunning photography why we believe the Camden-Rockland region has all of the elements that showcase the best of Maine, all within easy reach.

50,000+ copies of The 2022 Jewel will be distributed and available for free at multiple outlets in the Camden-Rockland region and throughout Maine & New England.

Together with the online, easy-to-navigate interactive Flipbook version, The 2022 Jewel will provide a robust promotional platform for Pen Bay Regional Chamber members which can be accessed at home via computer, or on the go with mobile devices. The deadline for advertising in the 2022 Jewel is October 15 with an expected publication release set for February 2022.

Only Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber members are eligible to advertise or be listed in the 2022 Jewel. To learn more about advertising in the 2022 Jewel, email jewel@camdenrockland.com. To learn more about membership in the Pen Bay Regional Chamber, email amy@camdenrockland.com or visit www.CamdenRockland.com.

The Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce serves as a primary business conduit for the Camden-Rockland Region, which encompasses 27 municipalities within and surrounding Knox County. The Chamber provides a variety of platforms and opportunities for close to 800 business and non-profit members to promote themselves to residents and visitors to the region. To learn more, visit www.CamdenRockland.com or call 207-596-0376.