• 407 South Loudoun Street • Winchester, VA 22601 • 540.662.4118

  • Lead Share Groups

  • Lead Share Networking Groups

    Lead Share is a pro-active approach for supplementing your business growth through the process of giving and receiving business leads within a structured environment.

    If you are a Chamber member interested in joining a Lead Share Group please contact the group leaders directly.

    If you are not a Chamber member please sign up HERE.

  • Lead Share | Wealth Builders Lead Share | Wealth Builders

    1st and 3rd Wednesday of the Month | 10 AM - 11 AM

    La Quinta | 1055 Millwood Pike, Winchester, VA

    Contact: Jamie Karalis, Centennial Broadcasting - 540-667-2224 ext. 260

    Secretary: Becky Bowers, WinTech, 540-722-2122 ext. 241

  • Lead Share | Growth Connections Lead Share | Growth Connections

    1st and 3rd Thursday of the Month | 10:00 AM - 11 AM

    NW Works | 3085 Shawnee Drive, Winchester, VA

    Contact: Tim Shamblin, Coldwell Banker, 540-662-4500 

    Secretary: David Hubbard, Shenandoah Valley Chess Club, 973-280-7189

  • Lead Share | Winchester B2B Lead Share | Winchester B2B

    Please note the qualifications for group membership are different than the above Lead Share groups. 

    1st Wednesday of the Month | 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

    Location changes to spotlight member businesses. Please check Chamber Calendar HERE for location.


    1. B2B Company: Your product, service, or solution is provided to local businesses as an entity for operational purposes.
    2. B2B Position: Your role in your business gives you direct interaction on a regular basis with business owners or managers.
    3. B2B Partnership: You will sign the  Leadshare Commitment, understanding that failure to meet the minimum requirements will open your seat to another representative from your industry.

    Contact: Greg Vossler, Green Bay Packaging - 540-664-9738

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    "The Top of Virginia Regional Chamber is an incredibly valuable resource for the Shenandoah Valley..." – Adrienne G. Bloss, PhD, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Shenandoah University.