Bloomin’ Wild Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting

The Kent County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting celebrating the grand opening of Bloomin’ Wild’s new location at 301 Maple Ave. in Chestertown on Saturday Oct. 20. Owner Amy Hague, shown center, cuts the ribbon, right Stew Seitz, Kent County Chamber of Commerce Board President, Loretta Lodge, Executive Director of the Kent County Chamber of Commerce, and right ribbon holder Town Council Member, Linda Kuiper.Kent

Business After Hours at The Brampton Bed & Breakfast Inn

Thank you to both the Brampton Bed & Breakfast Inn as well as all those individuals who came out to mix and mingle at our Business After Hours Last Thursday, September 13!

Mid-Shore Pro Bono Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Mid-Shore Pro Bono Celebrates the Opening of Their Chestertown Office on Friday September 7 with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.

The Kent Chamber is on Facebook!

Can’t wait for the latest updates? Good News! The Kent County Chamber of Commerce is on Facebook! We’ll be posting about news, events, and other information from our page! Click Here to check us out!

We can’t wait to see you there!

Movement Mortgage Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Congratulations to Movement Mortgage on the Grand Opening of their Chestertown Branch on August 3, 2018!

2017 Excellence in Business Awards Winners

Environmental Awareness Award

– Kent School –

Nancy Mugele – Head of School

Community Service Award

– Soroptimists Int’l of Kent & Queen Anne’s Counties –

Louis Skinner – President

Best New Business of the Year
Tied for this award were

– Eastern Interiors –

Bill Short – Owner


– Figg’s Ordinary –

Ingrid Hansen – Owner

Outstanding Business of the Year

– KRM Development Corporation –

Kate Gray – President

Business Leader of the Year

– Kay MacIntosh –

Economic Development & Marketing Coordinator
Chestertown Arts and Entertainment District
Town of Chestertown

Congratulations to all of our Award Winners, as well as all of the other businesses and individuals who were nominated! To be nominated by your peers is an honor in itself and something not to be taken lightly. We are all proud of your accomplishments, efforts and the pride you take, not only in your businesses, but also in Kent County. We applaud each of you!