StatewideBusiness After Hours Networking Event


Don’t miss this opportunity that only happens once a year!

Rhode Island businesses will come together for a profitable evening of networking at Rhodes-on-the-Pawtuxet in Cranston, RI.

Hosted by chambers of commerce throughout Rhode Island, the Annual Statewide Business After Hours features 120+ company displays with over 1,000 business people expected to attend. All Rhode Island business owners and employees are invited! Bring lots of business cards.

Admission: $15 per person

Call or email the East Providence Area Chamber of Commerce to make your reservation at 401.438.1212 or stop by the Chamber’s table at the event and register.


About East Providence Area Chamber:

This year, the East Providence Area Chamber of Commerce is celebrating its 117th year in business. It is  the second oldest chamber in Rhode Island, and represents the interests of businesses in the communities of East Providence and Barrington, Rhode Island and Seekonk and Rehoboth, Massachusetts.

The East Providence Area Chamber is a partner in the Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce Coalition, representing 11 chambers of commerce. The Coalition is the largest business advocate in the State of RI representing more than 7,500 businesses and 70,000 employees statewide. 

For more information about the East Providence Area Chamber of Commerce,call 401.438.1212 or visit


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