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Shop Local First This Holiday Season

Shopping local is more important this year than ever!  The Chamber has created a Shop Local Holiday Guide page to help make your holiday shopping easy and local.  Visit the guide here.


Ribbon Cutting, Tours, Virtual Business After Hours.. Oh My!

Aire Serv of the Shenandoah Valley has moved to a new, larger location! We’ll be celebrating their great news in a variety of ways on December 9th. Please join us.  We’ll cut the ribbon on their new space at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, December 9th with a social distanced ribbon cutting ceremony. You can watch the ribbon cutting on the Chamber’s Facebook page too.
Ray & Tina Bramble are excited to show you the new building and hope you’ll come by for a tour. Tours will be scheduled in 15 minutes increments between 1:30-4 p.m. on December 9th. Email to schedule your time. Light refreshments will be provided.
We’ll round out the day of celebration with a virtual Chamber Happy Hour hosted by Ray and Tina beginning at 5:30 p.m. Grab your favorite local food and brew and share some festive time with us. Show your holiday spirit, the best decorated “Zoom screen” will win a prize.
As has happened for the last several years, Ray & Tina Bramble, Ken & Donna Evans, and Tim & Tammy Darr have pledged to match up to $500 in donations for the Warren County Department of Social Services Foster Care Program.  You can make donations at the Chamber office.
This year may be different, but we can still come together and share some holiday spirit. We look forward to seeing you on the screen.

Christmas Parade


The Front Royal-Warren County Chamber of Commerce announces the 2020 Christmas Parade.  The festive annual event will be held on Saturday, December 5th at 4 p.m. 

Due to COVID-19 this year’s parade route has been changed to allow for better social distancing and to prevent crowding in the village commons (gazebo) area.   Parade line-up begins at 3pm on Stonewall Drive.  The parade will turn onto Commerce Ave. and proceed to 8th Street, disbanding at Bing Crosby Stadium.

“We’re excited to once again coordinate this wonderful community event,” said Niki Foster, President of the Front Royal-Warren County Chamber of Commerce.  “Much thought, consideration and research has gone into the decision to move forward with this year’s Christmas Parade.  Given the current pandemic, we have made adjustments to help provide a safer experience for attendees.  We encourage everyone to practice social distancing and comply with all CDC guidelines while enjoying this festive local activity.    Holiday activities like the Christmas Parade are a great way to connect business and community.  We hope everyone will come out and enjoy all the wonder and excitement of the Christmas Parade safely.”

Those wishing to participate can download the application here, call the Chamber at 540-635-3185 or email for an application or more information.


18 Holes with Chairman Ray

Chairman Ray is wrapping up his duties as Chair and invites you to join him for a fun afternoon at Shenandoah Valley Golf Club.   There will be food, drink, and lots of laughs.  Hole sponsorships are still available.  Everyone is welcome!  You don’t have to be a golfer, grab some friends and come unwind with us before the stress of the holidays begins!  Register here.




October Virtual Business After Hours


Mayor & Town Council Candidates’ Forum Video


Candidates Forum

The Chamber’s Legislative Committee will host a Candidates Forum for the Front Royal Mayor and Town Council races on Wednesday, September 30th at 7 p.m.  All candidates have been invited to attend.  Seating is limited. Attendees are required to abide by social distancing and mask guidelines. Doors will open at 6:45 pm.  The event will be recorded for later viewing.


Caring Transitions Ribbon Cutting


Town of Front Royal CARES Grants Available


Regional Virtual Job Fair