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Located in the heart of the Central Leatherstocking Region in New York State, Cooperstown Chamber of Commerce strives to serve as a resource and catalyst to develop, promote and support business in the Cooperstown area, while acting as an ambassador on behalf of the membership.  Chamber programs foster a diverse business climate, benefit the membership, and promote tourism.

This member news blog allows our members an additional avenue to get their message out to fellow Chamber members as well as to the public.

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The historic Village of Cooperstown is a small town in the heart of central New York with global appeal. Originally famous through its association with The Leatherstocking Tales by author James Fenimore Cooper (son of Cooperstown’s founder William Cooper), and now known internationally as the birthplace of baseball and home to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Cooperstown is a place brimming with surprises for visitors and residents alike.

In addition to being a mecca for baseball fans and players worldwide, Cooperstown offers rich and diverse cultural opportunities through attractions that include the famous Glimmerglass Opera, The Fenimore Art Museum, The Farmers’ Museum and Hyde Hall.

Cooperstown is ideally located between the Catskill and Adirondack mountain ranges, along the southern shore of Otsego Lake (coined Glimmerglass by Cooper), the source of the mighty Susquehanna River.

Cooperstown Chamber of Commerce is proud to represent our region’s businesses and our local community in welcoming guests to our area.

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