The South Shore Chamber of Commerce (www.southshorechamber.org) has announced EAT South Shore, a new partnership between the Chamber and a dedicated group of local restaurant owners and chefs with a mission to showcase the South Shore’s culinary scene.
EAT South Shore (www.eatsouthshore.com) provides a platform to bring awareness of the many outstanding dining establishments in the South Shore region. Its goal is to promote the existing culinary scene, offer a support system for both established and new restaurant owners, and to encourage the spirit of entrepreneurship within the industry.
EAT South Shore members have a special listing on the website, including restaurant logo, photos and a link to their restaurant website and social media platforms. Participation also includes complimentary membership in the South Shore Chamber of Commerce.
The EAT South Shore website provides visitors with detailed information about member restaurants to help diners make an informed decision; the website presently features restaurants from Quincy to Plymouth.
“We’re enthusiastic about the launch of this initiative, particularly as it aligns with the Chamber’s South Shore 2030,” said Peter Forman, President of the South Shore Chamber of Commerce, referencing the recently unveiled economic and community development plan for the region’s many communities.
About the South Shore Chamber of Commerce
The South Shore Chamber of Commerce has long been recognized throughout the state as one of the most active and forceful advocates for the business community and numbers among the larger Chambers of Commerce nationally. The South Shore Chamber is a not-for-profit association of businesses in the communities south of Boston. It is committed to helping its members grow their businesses and to improve the business climate in the region. Members range in size from major international corporations headquartered on the South Shore to small local firms and sole proprietorships. For additional information on the Chamber, please visit www.southshorechamber.org or call 781-421-3900.