When I moved to this area years ago, I took fortune of this community’s chamber of commerce. These organizations are partnerships between local businesss and professionals in the community to promote and stimulate the local economy. In short, if you want to figure out what businesss are in your town in a single day, visit your local chamber of commerce. My parents taught me this when we moved for our father’s work while I was 12 years old. I was bored that day and kept wanting to go home. But little did I know, they were looking for arenas for me to have fun and meet friends. She had a list of arenas care about the ice skating rink, an arcade downtown, and a athletic interests complex with open registration for hoops and touch pigskin teams. That summer time I had fun outside of the house on a near bi-weekly basis. I made more friends in our new community than I had ever known in our hometown. Now that I’m moving again in our adulthood, I’m following the same strategy to find businesss in this new town. I resituated for work, but I didn’t get much time to system before hastily signing a lease with whatever apartment complex would accept me. Unblessedly, I was told that the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system is our responsibility unless something fails. But I need preventative service and their handyman doesn’t offer it. I found a highly rated Heating, Ventilation, and A/C worker at the local chamber of commerce. Now I don’t have to worry about a random shutdown from our a/c, something that would strip me of indoor air control for weeks while the property manager slowly arranges for repairs.