Poulsbo Chamber of Commerce offices to close through March

Poulsbo Chamber of Commerce offices to close through March

POULSBO — The Poulsbo Chamber of Commerce has decided to close due to the events surrounding COVID-19. The chamber will be closed beginning March 16 and will remain so through the end of the month.

During that time, the chamber will be operating remotely while the chamber’s offices and the Poulsbo Visitor’s Center is shuttered.

“We care about the health and vitality of Poulsbo and the North Kitsap community and we are working to provide our local businesses with the knowledge and resources they need to weather the current situation our nation is facing,” said Chamber Board of Directors President Dakoda McKennon. “We will provide resources and information as we learn of them, including information on state and federal assistance to businesses affected by COVID-19.

McKennon also encouraged the public to continue to “shop and eat locally” to support Poulsbo’s local businesses during this time.

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