Posted Monday, May 10, 2021
May 6, 2021—Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce has announced the relocation of its Rockland Information Center to 25 Park Street. Formerly located at 1 Park Drive in a space owned by the Maine Lighthouse Museum, the move became imminent with the relocation of Park Street Grille from its neighboring location at 279 Main Street.
“While we enjoyed our time adjacent to the Maine Lighthouse Museum, we are grateful to have found another excellent space that provides tremendous visibility, parking, and proximity to downtown Rockland for visitors and Chamber members,” said Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Tom Peaco.
The 25 Park Street building, owned by Camden National Bank, is currently occupied by the office of RE/MAX Jaret & Cohn, which has been looking to better utilize ample office space. A fully separated suite in this building is now being created for the Chamber Information Center and office, including the installation of a dedicated exterior entrance door. “A location at the gateway to Rockland’s downtown district is exactly where we hoped to be,” said Peaco, “and this location will offer us all of the space necessary to showcase and promote our members and our region.”
Renovations are underway and the Chamber hopes to be operational at this new location by the end of May. In the meantime, the Chamber’s Camden Information Center at 2 Public Landing remains open. Chamber staff can be reached by phone at 207-236-4404 or 207-596-0376. Information is also available online at 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.