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Kick Off Flushing’s World Fair on June 15

A three-day expo showcasing the food and culture of Flushing and the surrounding neighborhoods will be kicking off next month, evoking the spirit of the 1964 World’s Fair with a modern twist that reflects the worldliness of the borough today. Flushing’s World Fair — scheduled for June 15-17 — will feature workshops on how businesses can capitalize on the growing […]

#LoveYourLocalNYC in Flushing, Queens!

In February 2017, Mayor de Blasio announced the #LoveYourLocalNYC Initiative to celebrate small independent neighborhood businesses and offered $1.8 million in grant funding for these small local businesses. By registering a local business on the NYC Love Your Local add business page, that local business raises the visibility of their business in the New York City area. At the same time they become eligible […]

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Flushing Transportation: Past, Present & Future August 15

The Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce (GFCC) and the Institute for Rational Urban Mobility (IRUM) invite you to a walking tour of the past, present and future of Flushing’s transportation: Central Flushing Transportation Past, Present and Future Tour and discussion Tuesday, August 15, 2017 6-7:30 PM: Walk in downtown Flushing meets at the NW corner of Main St./39 Avenue (one block north of Main St. Flushing […]

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2017 US OPEN JOB FAIR – July 11 & 12

The US OPEN offers a great variety of seasonal opportunities for you, no matter what your experience level. If you are interested in jumpstarting your career in a fun and exciting way, take a look at our various job openings. When: July 11 & 12 Time: 2pm – 8pm Apply directly at: US OPEN 2017

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Flushing Launches District Marketing Campaign

Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE) and the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce (Chamber) announced the launch of Flushing’s new district marketing campaign to support small businesses. The campaign aims to showcase Flushing’s diverse community, special landmarks, and cultural amenities to attract visitors from New York and beyond. The campaign stems from the New York City Department of Small Business Services (SBS) […]