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While Princeton may be a medium-sized town of about 35,000, the business climate is well advanced for its size. Princeton is known as West Virginia’s “business friendly” city, and not without reason. The city boasts of a Business & Occupation Tax Incentive Program. This tax is based upon a business’s gross quarterly sales, allowing businesses to remain financially protected even during quarters when overall sales decrease. Additionally, the Princeton-Mercer County Chamber of Commerce has proven to be a supportive fixture in the Princeton economic scene. Its mission, to promote economic development and advance professional and educational growth to their businesses and communities, keeps the city’s best economic interest in mind.

Princeton businesses don’t have to look far for dependable, high-energy workers. Fortunately for them, a hard work ethic has been cemented into Princeton blood, largely due to West Virginia’s history of coal mining. Likewise, Princeton residents don’t have to veer far from their hometown as Princeton is home to successful businesses from a variety of business categories. The types of businesses Princeton houses include, but are not limited to, accounting, computers and networking, construction, printing and office supplies, utilities, vending and retail. For the Chamber’s exhaustive list of business members, visit

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