The Woburn Business Association is only as strong as the members it has. Join hundreds of other businesses today and get connected to our entire community.
Benefits include discounted event attendance for all employees, free online business profile, access to Emerging Leaders Mentor Program, advocacy at City Hall and more!
Our application deadline is October 1st, 2020
All Member Business Employees and their children are eligible to apply. Apply Online Today
In photo: Lejla Rovcanin, Frank Scearbo, Tom Walker, Paul Moriarty, Jack Ferren, Paige Samson, and Chris Kisiel.
Each year the WBA awards two scholarship.This exclusive member benefit is just one of the many ways we support our members. The 2019 Scholarships Winners were Tom Walker and Matt Scearbo.
The 3rd Annual Mac n Cheese Bowl has been postponed. We will get you the new date just as soon as possible. Here’s a photo of the 2019 Winners, the 110 Grill!
We hope you’ll join us for this fun community event and fundraiser where area restaurants compete for the Big Cheese trophy. Restaurants bring their best version of this all American classic and attendees sample, rate and vote for their favorite. Great food, music, games and community! #greatthingsarehappening
So far we have raised over $5,200 for the North Suburban YMCA! Amazing sponsorship opportunities available, for more info firstname.lastname@example.org
From new companies establishing their presence in Woburn to those that have been doing business in Woburn for generations, the Woburn Business Association is dedicated to the success of the business community.
Since its inception, the WBA has been a very valuable asset for the business as well as residential community in Woburn.
We encourage our residents, company owners and employees to shop, dine and buy local and support the businesses listed in this directory. They will return the support to the City of Woburn through taxes, payroll, and other expenditures that enhance our community.
As a community organization, the WBA and its members are the life blood of commerce in the Woburn area.