Rogers Park Chamber of Commerce

Friday, October 7, 2016

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Franchise Restaurants Expand in Rogers Park

“The money stays in our local economy and our job is to stimulate the local economy,” Morton said. “For every $100 you spend at locally owned businesses, $68 will stay in the community. What happens when you spend that same $100 at a national chain? Only $43 stays in the community.”

Loyola students are integral to this stimulation, according to Morton.

Chamber President Speaks at City Hall Rally

Monday, August 22, 2016

Rogers Pork Barbecue, Arts & Music Festival

The North Side’s PREMIER barbecue festival has expanded this year to include Jarvis Avenue between Greenview and Ashland, in the most beautiful and diverse coastal neighborhood in the country, Rogers Park, Chicago.

Don’t miss this fun and fantastic event, featuring scrumptious food like saucy BBQ from R Public House, vegetarian options from the Amazing Kale Burger and Mexican specialties from Aztec Dave’s! 

Over 40 Artists, Food Vendors and Purveyors of Awesome Stuff will provide you with a most delightful shopping and eating experience.

Rogers Pork 2016 ... Always a Swine Time, Rain or Shine!
Jarvis Square ~ Jarvis Ave. between Ashland and Greenview

August 27, NOON - 10PM ... Entrance FREE

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- Music schedule
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Friday, July 29, 2016

New Member - The UPS Store

Welcoming new member of the Rogers Park Chamber of Commerce, The UPS Store!

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Chamber After Dark Networking Event this Friday!

Networking Event:- Bring Your Business Cards! Friday, July 29, 2016 7 pm - 9 pm Chamber After Dark Safari Lounge 7124 N. Clark Street Chicago, IL. 60626


Making the Most of Your Google Listings
Robert Kuhn, 360 Photo, Inc. presents how to maximize your listing with a 360 Virtual Tour of your business

Meet our New Members! 

Carlos Callan, Associated Bank and Kristen Mellen of Associated Bank (First Data) Introduction

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Rogers Park Pokemon Go Meetup!

"If you're like my kids, my staff or hundreds of people in our neighborhood, you may have spent some time over the past week running around catching little monsters on your phone. 

While at first glance it seems to be a silly game, it has brought people together in incredibly unique ways, encouraging groups to explore our neighborhoods, interacting with people they may have never met otherwise. 

My office will be hosting a "meet up" for players in Rogers Park on our lakefront".

- Kelly Cassidy

Tuesday, July 12, 2016