Oceana and Atlantic Coast business leaders met with the Obama administration November 14, 2016 in Washington D.C. to oppose offshore drilling and seismic air gun blasting and to call for permanent protection of the Atlantic Coast. Pictured fourth from the left is Chamber President & CEO Karen Brown of the Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce and second from the right Pat Broom, Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
The Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce is pleased to introduce StreetShares, a new business funding option for small businesses.more»
Community Events and Invitations
Owens’ Restaurant matriarch Clara Mae was born in 1946, the year her parents decided to move their restaurant business from Roanoke Island to Nags Head. Back then, everyone thought Bob Owens and his wife Clara were out of their minds for opening up shop on the desolate strip of land in south Nags Head. This was before the Outer Banks was a vacation destination, when most outside business came from fishing charters and hunting parties.
The Town of Kill Devil Hills proudly announces a new reciprocal program with the Town of Nags Head that allows persons who may have already purchased a current beach driving permit from Nags Head to use that permit to drive on the beaches in Kill Devil Hills. The reverse is also applicable: current beach driving permits purchased in Kill Devil Hills will also be recognized in Nags Head. There are no requirements to purchase separate permits for each town.more»