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At the Elkins-Randolph County Chamber, our business is to advocate, educate, and network to improve business opportunities in Elkins and Randolph County. We hope through the resources on this site, the Elkins-Randolph County Chamber provides helpful information to not only existing members but to businesses or individuals who are considering opening companies or relocating to the area. The Chamber staff and Board of Directors are working hard to make our community vibrant and a place where everyone can live, work, play, and stay!

If you are seeking information related to Covid-19, please go to our collaborative partnership website, Randolph Together, at You will find helpful information on guidelines, resources, volunteering, and more. If you can’t find what you need, please contact the Chamber at the addresses/phone info at the bottom of this page.

Upcoming Events




October 13


The Chamber’s Bi-Monthly Meeting, Coffee & A Conversation, will focus on “What’s happening with Tourism in Randolph County.” Join us as we welcome guests from Elkins-Randolph County Tourism, the Elkins Depot Welcome Center, and the Beverly Heritage Center to share their insights on the state of tourism in our county and region. There is no fee to register. Members and non-members are welcome!



October 21


The result of the Building A Vibrant Community Initiative in Elkins and Randolph County has been to create a variety of Task Forces focused on three key areas of community improvement: Education, Downtown Revitalization, and Promotion. Each focus area consists of three task forces for a total of nine task forces intent on making significant improvements/changes in our community through volunteering.

When author Quint Studer came to town in March, he challenged over 100 people at the Chamber’s Vibrant Conversation Workshop to get involved… to join a task force… to make a difference. Whether you’ve attended a Vibrant Event before, or if you’ve never participated, we’d love to have you join us on October 21st! Register below for the Vibrant Response Refresher Workshop event at noon on October 21st!



December 2


LMC & Associates presents part two of this workshop series. The first workshop, “Developing Your Social Media Plan,” was a great success! Part II is scheduled for December 2 from 9:00 to 10:30 AM. You need not have attended the first session to find the second workshop worthwhile! Cost for each class is $20 for Chamber members; $25 for non-members. Registration Information and more details coming soon!

In the News





The Inter-Mountain Article

ELKINS–The Elkins-Randolph County Chamber of Commerce presented eight awards to individuals and businesses throughout the community during “A Vibrant Celebration,” its annual dinner and awards event on Thursday at the Phil Gainer Community Center.

The keynote speaker for the awards dinner was Quint Studer, author of the book “Building a Vibrant Community” and founder of The Studer Group. His visit to Elkins was a gift from James W. “Jay” Wallace of Allegheny Insurance Services and Mark and Marsha Doak of The Common Door.

Studer spoke to the audience about improvements that could be made in the area to truly make it a “Vibrant Community.”



Congratulations to our newest members!

Byrd’s House of Donuts

K.T. Bright CPA Accounting & Tax Services, AC

Smoke on the Water

MPB Print & Sign Superstore



The Chamber would like to congratulate our October 2020 Spotlight Business of the Month, SEVEN PERFORMANCE

Seven Performance Physical Assessment & Performance first started serving the Randolph County Community in March of 2014. Owners Sydney and Kyle West say their business’s goal is “to help their clients achieve all their health and fitness goals.” To help meet these goals, Seven Performance provides the services of Physical Therapy, Personal Training, Massage Therapy, and Nutrition Consultation.

Seven Performance has implemented a unique business practice to overcome challenges that they face. To address these challenges, Seven Performance has decided to take a holistic approach when training their clients. They use a multimodal varied approach through provided collaboration to provide the most help to their clients.

The business of Seven Performance has grown through innovation and providing new services to better serve the Randolph County Community. Some ways Seven Performance has grown is by offering innovative treatments and improved training techniques. A few of the other services that Seven Performance offers are an Infrared Sauna, Compression Recovery Therapy, and that they specialize in providing Post-Operative Care.

One way that Seven Performance has given back to its community is by collaborating with the non-profit Walk for Water Program. Seven Performance is also is involved with multiple other community outreach programs.

Again, the Chamber congratulates Seven Performance as our October 2020 Spotlight Business of the Month!