Chambers of Commerce

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce
www.bethany-fenwick.org/
This website is useful and easy to navigate.  It includes a business directory, events calendar, maps, and information on topics like utilities and taxes for businesses considering a move to the area.  Bronze, gold, and platinum sponsors of the Chamber get their links on the front page and instructions on how to join the organization are, of course, included.  A visitors guide can be viewed online or a hard copy can be ordered.  Activities and other area services are also highlighted, although they are not the focus. 

Greater Delmar Chamber of Commerce
www.delmar-chamberofcommerce.com/
This Chamber serves Delmar, Delaware, and Delmar, Maryland. The multi-layered, interactive website has a lot of useful information. Tools include a membership directory, school directory, church directory and more. Some basic demographic information is available, like population, as well as a map and information on the local governments involved. The site also links to a site entitled “Gateway to Southern Delaware Tourism” that provides tourist and travel information for the Delmar area and a variety of other information. Contact information and addresses for most or all of the regions chambers of commerce are included.

Greater Georgetown Chamber of Commerce
www.georgetowncoc.com/
The Georgetown Chamber has a beautifully designed website, although the tools are typical of other sites.  Sections for news, a calendar of events, and a membership directory are all available.  All of the Chamber’s minutes from meetings 
and monthly newsletters are accessible as well.  Points of interest, tourism, and a short list of local resources can also be found on the site.  The tools aren’t particularly advanced but the design is aesthetically pleasing, which may mean higher usage.

Greater Millsboro Chamber of Commerce
www.millsborochamber.com/
This website is relatively basic, offering simple tools like a calendar of events and directory of members.  The site also includes a history of the Millsboro area, instructions on how to become a member, important news stories, and 
a photo gallery of local sights. 

Greater Seaford Chamber of Commerce
www.seafordchamber.com/
The Seaford Chamber website is fairly basic and includes a community calendar, an events list, and a variety of information on chamber members (member information, member spotlight, new members).  The business resources section is a list of many links to state and federal resources.  Regional services with telephone numbers are provided in this section as well.  The site’s design is very basic.

Laurel Chamber of Commerce
www.laurelchamber.com
This website has an events list, members list, a page outlining tourist attractions, a short history of Laurel, and some useful links.  It is simple but nicely done and easy to navigate.  An explanation of the Laurel Redevelopment Corporation is also included.

Lewes Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau
www.leweschamber.com/
This website offers the typical tools like a news/event section and business directory, but focuses on information for tourists a great deal.  Everything from transportation to medical facilities to church schedules is covered, in addition to the more typical information about accommodations, dining, and shopping.  The design is colorful, clean, and simple.

Milford Area Chamber of Commerce
milfordchamber.com/
The same tools that are found on most of the small Chamber websites can be found on Milford’s site as well.  The site is designed in a clean, simple manner.  A member directory, news, maps, and an events calendar are the main tools, with access to information on Milford, the Chamber, and how to become a member available as well. 

Milton Chamber of Commerce
http://www.historicmilton.com/
The Milton Chamber of Commerce website is attached to a larger website (historicmilton.com) that includes a great deal of information about Milton’s history and current opportunities.  History, directions, a photo tour, and local events are all 
provided.  Places to shop, play, and stay are also included.  The site is designed in a simple manner, perhaps slightly outdated but still easy to navigate with applicable information.  The Chamber’s individual page includes a long business directory with Chamber officials listed on one side; the other side contains links to the rest of the larger website.

Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce
www.beach-fun.com
This website offers a wide variety of services, although most are designed for the use of visitors to the area.  A detailed list of businesses offering a wide variety of services is provided (from advertising to locksmiths to yoga) and individual commercial listings are provided for accommodations, activities, real estate, dining, and shopping.  A vacation planning kit is also available upon request.  An events calendar with corresponding information about events is offered on the site as well.