Beckley-Raleigh County
Chamber of Commerce
245 North Kanawha Street
Beckley , WV 25801

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304-252-7328 /

Custom Networking & Celebrating

Thank You Custom Business Solutions for hosting Business After Hours and Congratulations on the opening of your new location in Mt. Hope WW. Your new offices are beautiful and will serve the people and businesses of our community well.

Stop by 101 Ontario Drive in Mt. Hope WV, (next door to Days Inn Hotel, to learn about the services that Custom Business Solutions can provide

find Custom Business Solutions on facebook

Thank You The Register-Herald Newspaper for your continued coverage of Business After Hours. We appreciate it very much.

97th Annual Dinner

Thank You Beckley Appalachian Regional Hospital for your continued long-time support of the Chamber Dinner

Thank You Social Hour Sponsors:

 Beaver Coal Company
Concord University
Custom Business Solutions
First Community Bank
Little General Stores
Mountaineer Automotive
Raleigh General Hospital
The Resort at Glade Springs

Thank You Mark Bowe from Barnwood Builders TV Show for speaking to us about Working Hard, Being Kind and Taking Pride in whatever it is that we do.

Thank You Community Service Award Recipient, Paul Hutchinson Jr. for being our friend; at the Chamber and in our community. Your work in our area can be seen in many different ways.

Thank You Register-Herald Newspaper for your coverage of the Dinner. We appreciate all you do for BRCCC.

Thank You WOAY for your coverage of the 97th Annual Dinner

Thank You & Happy Birthday
United Bank, Uptown Beckley WV Branch

We enjoyed one of the Greenest Celebrations Ever! It was a great opportunity to meet your representatives from around our community and to check out the new renovations to the Uptown Beckley Branch. You know how to throw a awesome networking event and we appreciate your community involvement and support.

Thank you Foster's Main Street Tavern for bringing over the tasty eats for the celebration.

Thank you Kid in the Background, Inc for spinning some tunes that everyone could move to.

Make sure to check out the United Bank, Uptown Beckley Branch at 129 Main Street or many of the other United locations around the community.

WV DMV New Kiosk Now In Beckley WV

DMV Commissioner Pat Reed cut the ribbon on the new DMV Now Kiosk at the Beckley Sheetz, 1408 Eisenhower Drive to promote a new kiosk transaction for customers--driver’s license renewal. 

The event focused on the easy-to-use, customer centered kiosks, which now allow for the processing of driver’s license renewals, in addition to the instant printing of vehicle registration renewal cards and decals. 

According to Commissioner Reed, “Our new kiosks are making DMV transactions easier and quicker for our customers needing to renew their driver’s license and vehicle registration.  We encourage customers to ‘Skip the Line’ and visit one of our new kiosks, with locations now in Beckley, Kanawha City, and Star City.”

For more info visit WV DMV online

CONGRATULATIONS Apex Pharmacy & Compounding

Congratulations on your Grand Opening in Beckley WV at 165 Ragland Road.

Thank you for inviting us to be a part of your celebration and for your BRCCC support.

Make sure to visit and "Like" Apex Pharmacy on facebook or visit them online at

Meditation & Enlightenment

Congratulations The Yoga Studio at On Point Acupuncture, PLLC on your Grand Opening of your new location in Uptown #BeckleyWV. We appreciate the invitation to join the celebration.

Thank you for your continued BRCCC support and service to our community.

On Point Acupuncture has been here for your acupuncture, massage, and cupping needs for three years, and we are so excited to announce the addition of yoga into our practice! Wholesome health is very important to us, and yoga provides countless benefits for both your body and mind, allowing you to experience total body wellness. Our yoga studio will be opening soon and we hope you will join us in meditation and enlightenment!

Visit and Like The Yoga Studio on facebook

Creative Artistic Networking

Thank you The Pottery Place, Beckley for your creative hospitality in hosting Business After Hours and for a masterpiece of an evening of Networking, eating, painting, movie watching and fun!

Thank you Marquee Cinemas, Beckley Galleria for your involvement and special movie offer for our Business After Hours guests.

Thank you Qdoba Mexican Eats Restaurant for your involvement  and delicious eats.

Thank you and appreciation to The Register-Herald Newspaper for your coverage of Business After Hours and many other BRCCC activities.

Visit The Pottery Place, Beckley at 104 Galleria Plaza (near Qdoba Mexican Eats) or make sure to “Like” The Pottery Place on Facebook

New Uptown Beckley Sprint Store Now Open

Congratulations to the staff of the NEW Sprint Store, Uptown Beckley on you Official Grand Opening. Thank you for inviting us to be a part of your celebration.

Make sure to go by to see the New Sprint Store and find out about all they offer with phones and accessories at 107 3rd Ave.

Rejuvenated for the New Year

Thank You Rejuvenation Center, Beckley at ARH Medical Mall for hosting our January 2017 Business After Hours.  We enjoyed learning about all that the Center has to offer in our community.  We appreciate the invitation to be a part of your one year anniversary celebration.

Thank You to The Register-Herald Newspaper for your continued coverage of our Business After Hours events each month.


By Cody Neff Register-Herald Reporter

Folks from the Beckley business community attending the Beckley-Raleigh County Chamber of Commerce's Business After Hours Thursday were shown the world of cosmetic surgery.

The Rejuvenation Center, which is in the ARH Medical Mall at Cranberry Creek, had an open house that showed off injections, facial peels, body sculpting and more.

The center’s medical director is board-certified plastic, reconstructive and cosmetic surgeon Michael Kluska.

“This is truly a full-service med spa,” Dr. Kluska said. “Everything you can think of, in terms of non-invasive cosmetic surgery, is offered here.

“You’ll find all injectables, such as Botox and other fillers, plus you’ll find body contouring procedures. We can heat fat and cause it to go away.”

Kluska said he has an incredibly rewarding profession.

“I’m able to give people visible, and largely instant, gratification,” he said. “It helps them to look as young as they feel.

“I have an art degree and I love to work with my hands. The human body is my canvas and I create art in motion.”

His specialties are breast surgeries and facial surgeries, Kluska said. Cosmetic surgery isn’t just for women, though. Kluska said he’s seeing more and more men who “get some work done.”

“Some of the common procedures I see in men are body contouring procedures, such as liposuction,” he said. “Men don’t mind getting fillers or Botox to look more youthful.”

Rebuilding the way people see themselves can be emotional for everyone involved, but it’s always fulfilling, Kluska said.

“There are times when I can take someone who looks much older than they really are and give them their youthful appearance back,” he said. “I can help people to achieve goals that wouldn’t be possible otherwise.”

— Email:; Follow on Twitter @RHCodyNeff


Rejuvenation Center, Beckley
ARH Medical Mall - Cranberry Shopping Center
1256 North Eisenhower Drive, Beckley, WV 25801
Office: (304) 254-2637

Rejuvenation Center, Beckley on facebook

Southern West Virginia Education Gateway

#WVFlood2016 / #WVFlood Resources

Use hashtags #WVFlood2016 and #WVFlood to search social media for flood relief information


Updates on flood info and resources are being posted on the homepage of the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce

The West Virginia Chamber of Commerce Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, has committed itself to directly helping those in need.  In the short term, the Foundation will provide immediate relief to those directly affected by the flooding on a screened and as-needed basis.  The West Virginia Chamber of Commerce Foundation is also committing resources to long-term reconstruction efforts in flood-damaged communities.  For more information on how to make a tax-deductible contribution to the Chamber's Foundation, please contact Amanda Pasdon at, (304) 989-0664, Steve Roberts at, or John Canfield at

400 FEMA workers are on the ground in West Virginia and anyone needing to register for assistance can do so by going to or calling 1-800-621-FEMA.  People can also register by visiting one of four FEMA sites in West Virginia that are set up in Greenbrier, Kanawha and Nicholas Counties.

Governor Tomblin ‏@GovTomblin advises visiting  for comprehensive #wvflood information, including donation centers, shelter locations, and volunteer sign-up

Flood Resources for People with Disabilities

If you are a person with a disability who has been impacted by the flood, or know someone who is and who needs assistance, the following are contacts for rescue services especially for people with disabilities.

Portlight Inclusive Disaster Strategies

Portlight Inclusive Disaster Strategies is the nation's only disaster relief and recovery organization for people with disabilities. Portlight provides durable medical equipment and other equipment that people with disabilities may need.

Representatives from Portlight are currently in West Virginia. Contact:
Shari Myers, email and cell phone, 214-755-3446
Paul Timmons, email and cell phone 843-817-2651
Please contact Shari if there are any needs or problems at Red Cross shelters.

FEMA Office of Disability Integration and Coordination

Gay Jones and
PJ Mattiacci
are available to address the needs of people with disabilities.

Flood Resources for People with Disabilities from Mountain State Centers for Independent Living -
If you are a person with a disability who has been impacted by the flood, or know someone who is and who needs assistance, the following are contacts for rescue services especially for people with disabilities.

Mountain State Centers for Independent Living

Corporate Office
821 Fourth Avenue, Huntington, WV 25701
Voice/TTY: 304-525-3324
Fax: 304-525-3360
866-MTSTCIL (866-687-8245)

329 Prince Street, Beckley, WV 25801
Voice: 304-255-0122

UMCOR - New Vision Depot of WV United Methodist Conference Disaster Response
another group that is helping in relief for those in need from the ‪#‎WVFlood2016‬ is the new distribution center New Vision Depot - WV United Methodist Conference Disaster Response.  A Disaster Relief Ministry of the West Virginia Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church located in Beaver WV.  Make sure to visit their facebook page to find out how you can help or get involved in assisting them in helping others.

Greater Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce
 The United Way of the Greenbrier Valley has developed a flood relief campaign and is accepting donations to aid local flood victims. They have worked tirelessly through the weekend to collect supplies and transport same to the shelters in affected areas. A Facebook page has been developed with the current list of supplies needed. Please reference Greenbrier Valley Flood Recovery and Relief if able to contribute in any way.

The Chamber is reaching out to its business members in flood areas to see how we can be of support. Please send an email or response to this message with your needs and we will help spread the word for you on social media. You may also reach us by phone at 304-645-2818. If you need supplies, please send a list. If you need volunteers, please send numbers and who they should contact. If you need assistance getting the word out about business closures or altered hours, pass along the information you want distributed to the community.

Our staff is here to help in any way possible. Office hours are 9am-3pm Monday through Friday. Please feel free to use us as a resource for contact numbers of local shelters, organizations providing aid, etc. Our thoughts and prayers are with each and every citizen of Greenbrier County as our community grieves, cleans, rebuilds, and heals from this disaster.

GREENBRIER CO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE UPDATE - June 30, 2016:  The WV National Guard is providing the following at Greenbrier West High School at Warrior Way in Charmco: Three tents are set and ready to provide shelter to flood victims. The tents have air conditioning. Additionally, there is one shower unit (four showers), and one laundry unit (four washers, four dryers) ready to use now. By early afternoon today there will be more tents and two additional shower and laundry units ready for use. They have 1300 gallons of water to use right now and a 7500 gallon DOH tanker truck en-route. There will be more, but we wanted to inform those in need of what’s currently available.

All volunteer agencies that are working in Greenbrier County should call in to the Greenbrier Emergency Operations Center at 304-645-5444 and ask to speak to Laura Pysz, Volunteer and Donations Coordinator so that we can get your contact information.  Laura is working on a resource book and needs your information.  She is working closely with Senator John Unger who is in the field working with the Non-Governmental Organizations.  If unavailable by phone her email is: Thank you for assisting us with our flood recovery efforts!

Spontaneous volunteers that would like to be assigned a volunteer role should go to the Volunteer Reception Center in Lewisburg if already here in the county.  VRCs are located at 204 North Jefferson in Lewisburg, Magic Mart, 510 Park Center in Rainelle, and The Old White Motors at 89 E. Main Street, White Sulphur Springs.  The main number is 304-808-1872.  A Volunteer Reception Center matches volunteers with skills with voluntary agencies that need additional volunteers.

If residents have not yet registered with FEMA, they should go to the Disaster Recovery Center, if possible.  These centers will assist residents with getting registered with FEMA. Or they can register by calling 1-800-621-FEMA or go to The Disaster Recovery Centers are located at The Old Kroger Building at 65 West Main Street, White Sulphur Springs, and at City Hall in Rainelle.

The Health Department will have tetanus vaccine available at the health department in Fairlea today and tomorrow from 8:30am until 11:30am and 1:00pm until 4:00pm. Vaccine will be given free of charge and is available to anyone that has been or will be working in the flood waters. If it has been more than five years since your last tetanus shot, and you are working in the flood waters, a booster dose is needed.  The Health Department also has a small supply of N-95 masks available. Please note that staff cannot fit test you for these. Diapers (premature through size 4), formula, breast milk storage bottles with attachable nipples, tampons, and basic wound care supplies are available for anyone in need.

The Lewisburg water system, with the exception of Caldwell and Monroe Draft, has been lifted from the boil water advisory after receiving favorable bacteriological water sampling results.


Barb Miller, Greenbrier County Emergency Operations Center Public Information Officer

For the most up-to-date official information for Greenbrier County, go to Facebook

Flood Resources and Information from Congressman Evan Jenkins website

Emergency Aid, Distribution Sites, Shelters and Emergency Contact phone numbers

Monetary donations can be made to the Red Cross at (304) 340-3650 or or the United Way at

#WVFlood2016 and #WVFlood Resources

Thank You To All Member Businesses for
Your Continued Support and Community Activity

BRCCC Members