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The North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce serves the cities & towns of Ashburnham, Ashby, Ayer, Fitchburg, Groton, Harvard, Lancaster, Leominster, Lunenburg, Pepperell, Princeton, Shirley, Sterling, Townsend, and Westminster.


 2015 Membership Campaign!

Join by October 15th and
enjoy $3800+ in New Member Incentives!

Be sure to mention who you were 'referred' by...
Click HERE to Join!



Class of 2016 application period now open.
Get more information and download the application


Earned Sick Time Updates

In November 2014, Massachusetts voters passed the Earned Sick Time Act which allows paid and unpaid sick time for employees of all businesses which takes effect July 1st, 2015.


Introducing a New Value-Added Benefit
for Chamber Members!

LifeLock Identity Theft Protection
Click here for information


Another year, another data breach. More than 85 million personal records were exposed in 783 data breaches in 2014, leading the President to act on identity theft, America’s “fastest growing crime” and urging legislative action on cybersecurity during his State of the Union address last month. And yesterday, Anthem Inc. confirmed yet another breach – the first major hack of 2015 – with the personal information, including Social Security numbers, of, what could end up being tens of millions of Americans.

You may visit the following link to learn more about this breach and how you can protect yourself:


   News and Events


Tune in for "Chamber Chat"
every Monday morning on WPKZ 105.3 FM
or 1280 AM from 8:10-8:30am!

For more information, contact Yasmin
at 978-353-7600 x234,

  Become involved.  Just a small amount of your time can magnify your company's exposure and help gain new customers & clients.  Call or email Yasmin at 978-353-7600 x234, for more information.  Click here for Member Benefits Overview.

NCMCC Mission Statement
To advance the economic development of North Central Massachusetts by creating and sustaining relationships among businesses and between businesses and the community.