Chamber Moves Offices To The Ahtna Building

This is the Chamber office space under construction on Wednesday, January 22nd

The Greater Copper Valley Chamber has moved into room 112 of the Ahtna building while work continues on the visitor center. The offices are on the first floor, and will be open until the 15th of February on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. Naomi Young will be there -- but be sure to call ahead at 822-555 or call her cell at 259-3495.

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The Chamber Renovates Its Visitor Center For The Upcoming Years

Luke Rietveld and Randy Loken in front of entrance to the new Chamber office. 
The Greater Copper Valley Chamber operates one of the more important visitor centers in roadside Alaska -- at a key location at the intersection of two of Alaska's major incoming roads, the Glenn and the Richardson Highways.

This winter, the Chamber is completely renovating its building.

Here are some photographs of the work, taken between January 1st, 2014 and January 22nd.

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We’re Upgrading The Visitor Center!


The Greater Copper Valley Chamber has won a state grant for the Chamber to begin
refurbishing the Visitor Center & do some basic maintenance on the log cabin.

This work includes:    
New signs for the Visitor Center.
New ramp, steps and railings for entrance to the Visitor Center.
Refurbishing the displays inside the Visitor Center.
Creation of more effective displays inside the Visitor Center.
New lighting in the Visitor Center.
Fixing the plumbing in the Visitor Center.

The overall goal of the project is to modernize the visitor center, refurbish the displays and to make it more effective. We also want it to show off all businesses in the Valley and to offer less expensive member contact points.

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