Our Vision: A Thriving Rockville

Welcome to the Rockville Maryland Chamber of Commerce

Welcome to the Rockville Maryland Chamber of Commerce, the voice of business in Rockville. The Rockville Chamber of Commerce is a one-stop shop for businesses of all types and sizes in and around Rockville.

Whether you are looking for networking opportunities, inclusion in the Rockville Rewards campaign, an opportunity to interact with the City to improve conditions for business or a connection to the community, the Rockville Chamber of Commerce is here to serve you.

Get Your Rockville Rewards Card!

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The 2014 - 2015 Rockville Rewards Campaign has kicked off! Be the first to get the new cards and take advantage of the many great opportunities to save money at local Rockville Businesses!  Click here to find out where you can get the card and where you can use it!

Want to learn more about Rockville Rewards? Check out our You Tube Video!

Rockville Rewards  (www.rockvillerewards.com) is a discount card sold by area non-profits valid for discounts at participating Rockville businesses.  5 years running, this program presented by the Chamber and the City of Rockville, has effectively created brand awareness and increased customers for partner businesses.  With over 1200 newsletter subscribers, Facebook, and Twitter feeds, the program works year round to promote your businesses.

This program is exclusive to Rockville businesses or Rockville Chamber Members. Businesses can join at any time.  You can signup by clicking on this link, http://www.rockvillerewards.com/business-registration/.



Upcoming Chamber Events

For all events, including Member Events, see "Events" page.

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Friday, September 19

8:30-10:00 AM

Manor Country Club

14901 Carrolton Road


The Rockville Chamber is growing rapidly, adding new members and new programs. If you are not a member, NOW is the time to join. If you are an inactive member, NOW is the time to get active. Join us for a continental breakfast, networking and a chance to learn more about the Chamber.


FREE for members of the Rockville Chamber

$20 for nonmembers


Register HERE!

September Good Morning Rockville

 Corner Office Coach

 Washington  ArtWorks 


Tuesday, September 23

8:30-10 AM

Washington ArtWorks

12276 Wilkins Ave


Executive Tips for Managing the Unseen in Business

 Paul F. Schmitz, Ph.D. PMP

Corner-Office Coach


Being a problem-solver brings recognition and rewards. But sometimes problem-solving is part of the problem. In this workshop you will learn how to:

  • Be aware of the consequences of your problem solving behavior
  • Learn behaviors that will create valuable outcomes
  • Implement practices that will sustain the intended outcome

There will also be networking and continental breakfast.


FREE for members of the Rockville Chamber of Commerce

$20 for nonmembers


Register HERE! 

Help Reopen Rainbow Place Shelter

Rainbow Place Shelter


Tuesday, October 7

5:00-7:00 PM

215 West Montgomery Ave

Rainbow Place Shelter provides winter emergency overnight shelter to homeless women in a safe, caring environment by supportive staff that treats all guests with dignity and compassion. The shelter has been closed for the summer but will reopen in the fall and the Chamber is going to help by setting up cots, etc. The staff at Rainbow Place has also requested items to be donated for the women coming in November. These items can be dropped off at the shelter:

New blankets,towels, wash cloths,pillows, twin fitted sheets and flip flops (shower shoes)

Directions: Rainbow Place Shelter is located at the Rockville Presbyterian Church. You cannot enter the church lot directly from West Montgomery Ave.  From W. Montgomery Ave., turn onto Forest Ave. Then turn right on Harrison (first street you come to). Go ¾ way down Harrison and the church parking lot is on the right.

The church office is accessible by ringing the door bell under the red canopy. Office hours  are Tue, Wed, Thurs 10-2, Friday 10-1. Rainbow is located on the third floor of the building on the right after you enter the lot. On the right side of the door is a listing for Rainbow, just ring the bell.  Please call the church 301-762-3363 or Rainbow 301-762-1496 before dropping off anything. This will insure someone is available to give the donor a receipt. If you don't want a receipt or are not available when someone is at the building just drop donations off near the door to the office (left side) under the walkway with a note that it is for Rainbow.

Register HERE to participate in the shelter reopening!  You do not have to register to drop off goods or money.

And More!

Help Tell Rockville's Story

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"Our Town-Rockville" Story Conference
Saturday, Sept. 20
9:30 a.m.-Noon
Rockville Senior Center
1150 Carnation Drive

Maryland Public Television has chosen the City of Rockville for their next "Our Town" documentary. This 60 minute film is our opportunity to tell the stories that make Rockville such a vibrant place to live, work and play, and will feature historical facts, landmarks, points of interest as well as places, people and events that make us so special.

On behalf of the Mayor and Council - I invite you to join us on Saturday, September 20th for the Story Conference at the Rockville Senior Center. Together - we will tell the story of Rockville.

Sincerely -

Bridget Donnell Newton, Mayor
City of Rockville

Become a Sponsor:

The Rockville Chamber of Commerce has agreed to be one of the sponsors of Our Town and we have also agreed to tell Chamber members and other businesses about the opportunity. We have even created a new sponsorship package to allow member businesses to sponsor two Chamber events and the video for just $500. For more information about this and other sponsorship opportunities, please call Andrea Jolly at 301-424-9300 or email at Rockville@rockvillechamber.org.

October Good Morning Rockville - Entrepreneur Panel

Best Western Plus
Thursday, October 2
8:30-10:00  AM
Best Western
1251 W Montgomery Avenue
Entrepreneur Panel
Join us for one of our most popular programs - a panel of entrepreneurs sharing their secrets of success. This panel will feature:
Greg Merril is the Co-Founder & CEO of Brain Sentry. He has served as the founding CEO for three VC-backed fast growth wellness and medical product companies.  His medical products have won BusinessWeek’s “Best Product Design of the Year,” and Popular Science’s “Best of What’s New” and his success story is now part of the National Museum of American History’s permanent research collection on Innovation in Information Technology. He is an author on numerous peer reviewed technical papers and an inventor with seventeen issued patents. He served as invited guest editor for the Proceedings of the IEEE Special Issue on Virtual and Augmented Reality in Medicine. As founding CEO of HT Medical Systems he led the Company through a $42 million merger with Immersion Corp (NASDAQ:  IMMR). He was recognized as Regional E&Y Entrepreneur of the Year (‘07). 
Pam Felix and her partner Alan Cohen opened  California Tortilla in 1995 in Bethesda. California Tortilla now has 38 restaurant locations in seven states (Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts), and the District of Columbia, and a location in Qatar. The chain is headquartered in Rockville, Maryland.
Cindy Feldman is the founder and owner of Progressions, a salon, spa, and store in Rockville. Ms. Feldman has always aspired to give her clientele the most exceptional and pleasant experience possible. She has worked to make sure her team of stylists and beauty professionals are continuously educated and inspired to learn more about their arts. Finally, she has given back to the community over and over through charitable endeavors. These qualities have made Progressions stand out as an exemplary DC-area business since 1984.

Register HERE