Greater Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce gearing up for MEGA Business and Silent Auction

The Greater Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce is once again preparing for their biggest event of the year – MEGA Business and Market Showplace, which will be held this year on Nov. 5 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at the West Virginia State Fair. Already, there are over 40 businesses registered to be a part of this exciting event, and registration is still open. There are a few changes in store for this year’s event, ensuring that every business and person who enters the doors will have an exciting and rewarding time.

For every person who plans to participate in the Chamber’s five $100 cash drawing give-aways, each person must have the card that they are given when they enter the building filled with stickers from the businesses that are highlighted on that card. This means that you have to visit every business that is listed on the card, and this is the only way to be eligible for the cash drawings. Cash drawing sponsors so far are Seneca Trail Animal Hospital, Greenbrier Valley Medical Center, ntelos Wireless, MedExpress, City National Bank, Alcova Mortgage, Advanced Hearing Solutions, and Summit Community Bank. Opportunities are still available, but only a few spots still remain.

The Silent Auction is always a big draw at this annual event, and many businesses have already contributed to this. Proceeds from this are used by the Chamber for community outreach throughout the Greenbrier Valley. Business that have currently donated items to the Silent Auction are Gillespie’s Flowers, Greenbrier Valley Theatre, Seneca Trail Animal Hospital, Summit Community Bank, Carnegie Hall, Grooming By Janice, Greenbrier Valley Airport, and The Greenbrier Center for Cosmetic Surgery and Medical Spa.

Main sponsors for this event are Greenbrier Valley Medical Center, nTelos, MedExpress, City National Bank, Gillespie’s, Mountain Messenger and WVNS.

For more information on a cash drawing sponsorship or to register for MEGA Business, please contact Amber McHale, executive director at 304-645-2818 or


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