Octoberâ€“ December 2016
Thank you for your continued support and involvement in the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce. Here’s some of our significant fourth quarter accomplishments: Program Development
YLCC's Career and Mentor's Day was held on October 4. LCC Advisory Committee met and LCC current participant, Jeff Hooie, presented class project proposal for 2nd Chance. Met at Piedmont High School to help plan the 2017 Advantage Plus event at Jacksonville State On October 25th attended a CEOs in the Classroom strategic planning and review meeting with Kelley Pearce and Theresa Shadrix On October 26th, Oxford High School had us speak to their teaching and administrative staff of 93 on Jacket Wednesday to reiterate CEOs in the Classroom's monthly topic, Communication LCC Education Day was October 27 - We had a K-12 Superintendent's Roundtable with every school district in the county represented and toured JSU and Gadsden State Community College's McClellan Campus. Partners in Education- Over the course of three weeks, have met with administrators from Anniston City Schools, Anniston Middle School, Anniston High School, Alexandria Elementary, Alexandria High School, Calhoun County Career Academy, CE Hanna Elementary, Cobb Pre-K Academy, Coldwater Elementary, Faith Christian School, Golden Springs Elementary, IMSA (Iqra Math and Science Academy), Jacksonville Christian Academy, Jacksonville High School, Kitty Stone Elementary, Ohatchee Elementary, Ohatchee High School, Oxford Elementary, Oxford Middle School, Oxford High School, Piedmont City Schools, Piedmont Elementary, Piedmont Middle School, Piedmont High School, Pleasant Valley Elementary, Pleasant Valley High School, Randolph Park Elementary, Saks Elementary, Saks Middle School, Saks High School, Trinity Christian Academy, Weaver Elementary and High School, Wellborn Elementary, Wellborn High School, White Plains Elementary, White Plains Middle School, and White Plains High School. Partners in Education kickoff meeting date is January 17, 2017 at 7:30 a.m. at the Chamber of Commerce On November 10, we had LCC Economic Development and Industry Day. On November 1, YLCC had Quality of Life Day. On Dec. 8, LCC had Cultural Arts/Board Training/Financial Sector Day. The LCC Advisory Committee, YLCC and the LCC class gift wrapped for 2nd Chance to earn hours towards the class project. On Dec 6th, YLCC had their Local Government Day.
Newly Elected Officials reception was on Tuesday, November 15th at the Anniston Museum of Natural History during Business After Hours. Committee members met with Mark Colson, Senior VP for Governmental Affairs & Chief of Staff at the Business Council of Alabama. Mayor's Roundtable was hosted December 13th, with all 7 municipal mayors in attendance and Mayor Rooks of Heflin. Legislative agendas were created for both State and Federal levels.
More than 1500 attended the 32nd Annual Business EXPO on October 18! More than 50 bottles of wine were donated. 31 tickets were sold, raising $310 for the Chamber in non-dues revenue. Meeting Mentors had 20 students from JSU and GSCC attend and meet with 9 mentors from various fields. Restaurant Week had 10 Restaurants participate. 10 Small Businesses participated in the Chamber's Shop Small Saturday promotion. Business Builder Series on Accounting for Small Business was held on Friday, November 11th with 5 in attendance 9 members attended the first Spritz and Splash Holiday Paint Party on December 5. The Mini Christmas Tree Contest had 21 participants. The contest brought in a total of 865 cans that were donated to All Saints Center of Concern, Community Enabler Developer, and Cornerstone Church. The winner of the contest was the Calhoun County Sherriff's Office.
The Chamber's Annual Member Appreciation Day was held on Friday, October 7 at the Chamber. Congratulations to our contest winners - Adult Tricycle Race Champion Christy Benitez, Pie Eating Champion Jessica O'Rear, and Hula Hoop Toss Champions Ted Copland and Melody Hammonds. Retention visits are now being made with a goody bag for each upcoming renewal. 42 retention visits to members with upcoming renewals were made in October. 48 retention visits to members with upcoming renewals, and 71 prospect calls and visits in November. 58 retention visits to members with upcoming renewals , and 62 prospect calls and visits in December. Business & Biscuits was sponsored by Webb Concrete and Building Materials at the Webb Showroom in Oxford on Thursday, October 6 with over 40 members in attendance. Business & Biscuits was sponsored by Cheaha Bank in Jacksonville on Thursday, November 3 with over 60 members in attendance. Business & Biscuits was held at Autumn Cove Assisted Living on Thursday, December 1st with over 40 members in attendance. Lunch & Leads was held on Wednesday, October 12. It was sponsored by Cheaha Bank and held at Struts in Oxford with 30 members in attendance. Lunch & Leads was held on Wednesday, November 9. It was sponsored by Alabama Power and held at Cheaha Brewing Company in Anniston with 35 members in attendance. Lunch & Leads was held on Wednesday, December 14. It was sponsored by The Donoho School and held at Effina's Downton in Anniston with 30 members in attendance. Business after Hours was held during the Business to Business Expo on Tuesday, October 18 at the Anniston City Meeting Center. Attendees included Chamber members and members of the community. Business after Hours was sponsored by the Chamber Public Affairs Committee on Tuesday, November 15 at the Anniston Museum of Natural History. Business after Hours was held at Alexanders at Noble Shops on Tuesday, December 13 in Anniston with more than 70 members in attendance. Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies were held for Harmony's General Merchandise Store (grand opening), Harmonizing the Christian Way (grand opening church), Anniston Housing Authority's first remodeled home (grand opening), Bonnie Ray's Bake Shoppe (new location), Brassie's Federal Credit Union (new location), Music Box II (new location), Ashley HomeStore (grand opening), Financial Education Services (new business), a Ground Breaking for Fort McClellan Credit Union, The Main Olive, Oxford (grand opening), Diversicare, Oxford (new management), and A Side Note, Anniston (grand opening). Member Orientation was held on Wednesday, October 26 with four members in attendance. Four members attended the Orientation Webinar held later that day. Member Orientation was held on Wednesday, November 23 with three members in attendance. Member Orientation was held on Wednesday, December 28 with three members in attendance. Chamber Ambassadors met on Tuesday, November 8th at Model City Insurance in Anniston. Chamber Ambassadors met on Tuesday, December 6 at Courtyard by Marriott Anniston/Oxford to celebrate our 2016 accomplishments. The Chamber currently has 1086 members. 13 new members joined the Chamber in October. 14 new members joined the Chamber in November. 6 new members joined the Chamber in December. There are 136 new members year to date.
Met with the Dixie Youth Little League World Series Committee to plan for August 2017 Attended the Ribbon Cutting for Choccolocco Park on October 16, distributing VisitCalhounCounty.com baseballs to those in attendance Attended Freedom Riders Public Meeting to present statement of support to Secretary of the Interior, Sally Jewell, and Director of the National Parks Service, John Jarvis Hosted the Cleburne County Welcome Center Staff for a Familiarization Tour of Calhoun County The Chamber & Visitors Center Staff volunteered for the Coldwater Mountain's 2nd Annual Fat Tire Fest, October 1416, with more than 200 in attendance 70 Welcome Packets were mailed in October Staff was selected to serve on the Anniston Museum of Natural History Board. Held Hotel/Motel Meeting at Choccolocco Park on November 15, with 11 in attendance. Held Ladiga Trail Meeting on November 16, with 12 in attendance. Attended the Cleburne I-20 Welcome Center Holiday Open House with 4 area hoteliers on December 15. Met with the Coldwater Committee on December 13. Hosted the Ladiga Trail Meeting with trail and municipal representatives on December 13.
The Visit Calhoun County Facebook Page now has 1164 likes. VisitCalhounCounty.com had more than 1,235 visitors, with 83% being new visitor and 98% from the U.S. The Visit Calhoun County blog has generated more than 1,128 page views. @VisitCalhounCo has 417 followers on Twitter. @VisitCalhounCo has 231 followers on Instagram, with 1220 new likes and 27 comments from 65 pictures and hashtags. The Chamber Facebook page has 3696 likes/Followers. CalhounChamber.com had more than 12,021 visitors, with 13,625 directory searches of our online membership directory. With 5 active job postings, we garnered 180 views. Our Calhounchamber.com event calendar received more than 168,600 searches. Our 23 Hot Deals received 641 views. The Chamber's Twitter, @CalhounChamber, has 1,098 followers The Chamber's Blog garnered 356 views. The Chamber's October E-Newsletter, distributed October 3, had 469 opens, of the 2005 sent. The Chamber's November E-Newsletter, distributed October 31, had 469 opens, of the 2043 sent. The Chamber's December E-Newsletter, distributed November 28, had 473 opens, of the 2044 sent. The Chamber's App, Calhoun2Go, has 166 users.
SAVE THE DATE The 38th Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting Thursday, February 2, 12:00 Noon Oxford Civic Center, 401 McCullars Lane, Oxford At the Annual Meeting, each year, we celebrate the many successes of the past year and preview our exciting plan of action for the coming year, as we swear in the new Board of Directors and announce the Chairman’s Cup Recipient and Ambassador of the Year. Call 256-237-3536 to RSVP. $25 to attend. Pre-registration is required.
October 4, Youth Leadership Calhoun County class members had their Career & Mentor Day, giving students an opportunity to meet mentors in careers of their interest, take personality tests to learn more about themselves, hear from Chick-fil-A's Erik Smith about customer service and conduct interviews with Tyler Union's Anthony Whitley.
October 12, Cheaha Bank hosted Lunch & Leads at Struts of Oxford, located at 88 Ali Way. Those in attendance were asked a dozen "Have You Ever" questions to get to know each other better.
October 6, Webb Concrete & Building Materials sponsored and hosted the Chamberâ€™s monthly Business and Biscuits at the Webb Showroom, located at 1021 Snow Street in Oxford. October 14, ribbon cuttings were held for Harmonyâ€™s General Merchandise Store and Harmonizing Christian Way, located at 703 Wilmer Avenue in Anniston.
October 7, the Chamber hosted its annual Member Appreciation at the Chamber office, with everything from the Stryker, the Talladega Pace Car, a Human Hula-Hoop Toss, Giant Jenga, Corn Hole, Tri-cycle Race, Pie Eating Contest and food!
October 11th, the Cleburne County Welcome Center Staff joined us for a Familiarization Tour of Calhoun County. Thank you for sharing about all the great things Calhoun County and Alabama have to offer visitors! If you'd like to host a Fam Tour for your staff, please call the Chamber office at 256-237-3536.
October 16, Choccolocco Park celebrated its grand opening of the state-of-the-art athletic fields, picnic pavilions, walking and biking trails, and a Boundless Playground.
2016 Business EXPO October 19, the Chamber celebrated the 32nd annual Business to Business EXPO at the City Meeting Center with more than 80 businesses exhibiting and more than 1400 in attendance.
Best of Show: Abbey Carpet & Floor
Most Fun: AOD Federal Credit Union Best 1st Time Exhibitor: Kim McCarson Circuit Clerk
Most Innovative: Regional Medical Center
Best Staff: Buster Miles Chevy & Ford Spirit Stick: WideNet
Best Giveaway: Insurance Planning Services
People's Choice: HOPE Women's Services
2016 Taste of Calhoun County
Best Pizza: Wiseguys for the Chicago Style Don Best Wings: Wiseguys for their Mild Wings Best Dinner: Wiseguys 7113 US Hwy 431, Alexandria, (256)820-0888 1781 Hamric Drive E, Oxford, (56)831-2111
Best Burger: Heroes for their Bacon Egg and Cheese Burger 8896 McClellan Blvd, Anniston, (256)405-4366
Best Chicken: Loco Mex for the Pelham Chicken Best Sandwich: Zoe's on the Lake for their Shrimp PoBoy Loco Mex: 809 Pelham Rd S, Jacksonville, (256)435-7499 Zoeâ€™s On The Lake: 187 Angel Lake Rd, Weaver (256)403-6090
Best Dessert: Artisanal Baked Goods for their filled Cruffin 1702 Quintard Avenue, Anniston (256)770-7269
Best Coffee: Southern Girl Coffee for the Frozen Coffee- Cookies and Cream 31 E Choccolocco St., Oxford, (256)310-8636
Best Lunch: Peerless Saloon & Grille 13 West 10th Street, Anniston, (256)238-1899
More October Events
October 18, during the Business EXPO, JSU and GSCC students were invited to “Meet Mentors” from various fields to discuss their resumes and opportunities in the community. 20 students joined us and explored the EXPO, meeting more than 80 Chamber Member businesses.
October 27, Leadership Calhoun County held their Education Day, touring K-12 schools, Jacksonville State University and Gadsden State Community College’s McClellan Campus.
October 19, Bonnie Ray's celebrated a ribbon cutting for their brand new location in Oxford at 1225 Snow Street in Suite 1.
October 19, Anniston Housing Authority celebrated the ribbon cutting for their first remodeled duplex, located on Walnut Avenue in Anniston.
October 26, the Chamber hosted Member Orientation, teaching members how to make the most of their membership benefits and get engaged with Chamber programs and events. To register for the next Orientation, call (256)237-3536.
October 28, Brassies Credit Union celebrated a ribbon cutting for their expansion of our field of membership at 1800 Golden Springs Road in Anniston.
October 28, The Music Box celebrated a ribbon cutting for their second location, The Music Box II, at 1018 Noble Street in Anniston.
November 1, Youth Leadership Calhoun County considered what makes Calhoun County a great place to live, work and visit during Quality of Life Day. They explored local arts at the Oxford Performing Arts Center, toured and recorded at Longleaf Studios, and got a behind the scenes tour at the Berman The Chamber Ambassadors monthly meeting was held at Model City Insurance on November 8. The Ambassador Museum and Anniston Museum of Natural History. program consists of enthusiastic volunteers from who donate their time to help build member commitment and raise community awareness of the Chamber. For more information on becoming an Ambassador, call 256.237.3536.
November 2, our Board of Directors gathered at the CMP Talladega Marksmanship Park for a board meeting and fall retreat to set the mission areas for 2017. Incoming Chamber Chair Barry E. Robertson and Chamber Treasurer Rod Nowlin welcomed Anniston's Mayor Jack Draper and Oxford's Mayor Alton Craft to the Board Retreat.
November 3, Cheaha Bank hosted the Chamber’s monthly Business & Biscuits at their Jacksonville branch, located at 1500 Pelham Road South, with more than 60 in attendance.
November 4, the Chamber hosted a “Business Builder” workshop for small businesses on accounting, featuring a panel of Theresa Lackey of Lackey Inc., Philip Mallows of Mallows Accounting Services, Gerald Pentecost, Jr. CPA, and Tim Wilson of Warren Averett, LLC.
November 9, Lunch and Leads was hosted by Alabama Power at Cheaha Brewing Company, located at 1208 Walnut Avenue in Anniston.
November 10, Leadership Calhoun County had their Industry Day, featuring presentations from the Economic Development Council and McClellan Development Authority and tours of Bridgewater Interiors, Howard Core Company and Industry Products Company.
November 10, Ashley Homestore celebrated their ribbon cutting for their new location at 3125 McClellan Avenue in Anniston.
More November Events
November 14, Financial Education Services celebrated the ribbon cutting for their new Anniston location. Financial Education Services helps businesses and consumers satisfy their needs for financial security from maximizing credit scores, identity protection, and securing your assets to prepare for a stable financial future.
November 15, Fort McClellan Credit Union celebrated the ground breaking for their new location being constructed at 1010 Golden Springs Road in Anniston.
Congratulations to this month's Spirit Stick Recipient, David C. Smith with Valens Point! Thank you for all you do for the Chamber!
November 23, the Chamber hosted Member Orientation. Join us to learn about your membership benefits at Member Orientation.
Thank you to Choccolocco Park for hosting our November 15th Hotel/Motel Meeting and for giving us a driving tour of the complex!
November 15, the Chamber's Public Affairs Committee and the Anniston Star hosted our November Business After Hours and Newly Elected Officials Reception at the Anniston Museum of Natural History.
November 26, The Chamber partnered with the Cities of Jacksonville, Oxford, Piedmont and Anniston to celebrate Shop Small Saturday! Thank you to all our participating Small Businesses!
On December 1, Autumn Cove hosted the Chamber's monthly Business & Biscuits with more than 50 in attendance. December 13, the Chamber hosted our quarterly Mayors' Roundtable with all seven Calhoun County Municipalities' Mayors and including Mayor Rudy Rooks of Heflin.
The Main Olive held their ribbon cutting on Friday, December 2nd. The Main Olive is located at 508 Main Street in Oxford. December 13, Alexander's at Noble Shops hosted the Chamber's Business After Hours at their new location at 1118 Noble Street in Anniston. That evening we also celebrated a ribbon cutting for this new business!
December 6, Youth Leadership Calhoun County had their Local Government and Life Skills Day, visiting with elected officials and even attending an etiquette lunch.
December 14, The Donoho School hosted Lunch & Leads at Effina's Downtown, located at 919 Noble Street in Anniston. December 8, Diversicare celebrated a ribbon cutting for their location at 1130 South Hale Street in Oxford.
December 8, Leadership Calhoun County had their Cultural Arts, Board Training & Financial Sectors Day, also featuring an etiquette luncheon for the class.
December 15, the Chamber Board met for the final time of 2016 at the Chamber office. Their next meeting will be the Chamberâ€™s Annual Meeting on Thursday, February 2.
More December Events
December 16, A Side Note celebrated their opening with a ribbon cutting in their new location with The Music Box II at 1018 Noble Street in Anniston. Local Hoteliers, Attractions and the Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center joined the Alabama Welcome Center for their Holiday Open House on December 15.
The 2016 Christmas in Calhoun County Mini-Tree Contest 21 members of the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce have decorated a mini Christmas Tree in our Chamber lobby! Visitors, Friends and family could vote for their favorite on Facebook, vote by ballot at the Chamber or vote by donating a canned good for five votes. A total of 865 cans were donated to All Saints Center of Concern, Community Enabler Developer, and Cornerstone Church.
Our 1st Place Winner was the Calhoun County Sheriff â€™s Office! 2nd Place went to Auto Custom Carpets, & 3rd Place went to Camp Lee.
Krychelle has joined the Chamber team as Program Director, where she will work in the areas of Leadership Calhoun County, Youth Leadership, Workforce Development and Partners in Education. Originally from Oakman, Alabama, Krychelle Smith now lives in Jacksonville. Krychelle met her husband Ryan at Jacksonville State University, where he played football and she served as a tutor. Now, they have eleven year old twin boys, Nate and Nick, and a four year old girl, Audrey. Krychelle can often be found at football, baseball, basketball or soccer games with her children, who are also involved in Boy Scouts and Beginner Band at Kitty Stone. Krychelle attends Covenant Life Ministries in Alexandria and is very active in the POUND Fit “Posse” of the Anniston Aquatics and Fitness Center. Krychelle also enjoys going to concerts, reading and cheering on her JSU Gamecocks! Krychelle says, “I’m excited to serve my community through the Chamber.” Welcome to the Chamber team Krychelle!
Chamber Staff Welcomes Krychelle Smith
Chamber Manager Linda Hearn Celebrates 26 Years at the Chamber Congratulations to our Chamber Manager Linda Hearn, who celebrated 26 years with the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce on November 26th! Linda Hearn has worked at the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce almost as long as she has lived in Calhoun County. In 1990, Linda was working as a Loan Executive at the United Way, when someone mentioned an opportunity as Membership Director for the Chamber of Commerce. she started her legacy here. “Over the years, after starting in membership, I subbed in other positions, with Program Development and overseeing Leadership Calhoun County, to Tourism and Business Development,” says Linda. With her well-rounded knowledge of the Chamber, it was a natural fit for her to step into the position of Chamber Manager in 2011. Thank you for your dedication to the Chamber!
New Members October-December Renaldo Phillips Genesis Business Solutions DBA AMSOL 1709 H Hillyer Robinson Pkwy S Oxford, AL 36203 (256)499-0298 Cleaning Service Lenn Rainwater Jacksonville, AL 36265 Friends of the Chamber Jeffery & Chandra Huguley Harmony's General Merchandise 703 Wilmer Ave. Anniston, AL 36201 (256)831-9171 Shopping & Retail Taylor Stewart Stewart & Stewart, PC 1021 Noble Street Suite 110 Anniston, AL 36201 (256) 237-9311 Attorney Mary Glenn Bonnie Ray's Bake Shoppe 1225 Snow St. Suite 01 Oxford, AL 36203 (256) 365-2789 Bakery Alvin Taylor All Stars Sports Bar and Grill 320 South Quintard Ave. Anniston, AL 36201 (205) 369-2344 Restaurant
Madelin Miles The Barn at Bennett Flats 2795 Highway 9 Heflin, AL 36264 (256) 405-5973 Event Venue Jamie Cosper Bruce Haynes Alfa Insurance 15358 Pelham Rd. South Jacksonville, AL 36265 (256) 435-5227 Insurance Vickie Rivers Chandra Huguley Harmonizing Christian Way 703 Wilmer Ave. Anniston, AL 36207 (256) 831-9171 Church Christopher Bill Fleming Lightning Bolt Records, LLC 1013 Snow St. Suite H Oxford, AL 36203 (256) 980-7452 Record Label Recording Studio Charletha Burton Financial Education Services Anniston, AL 36207 (256) 600-5257 Financial Consultant Jordan Acton The Main Olive 508 Main Street Oxford, Al 36203 (256) 454-1107 Gourmet Foods
Desmond Seay Ashley HomeStore 3125 McClellan Ave. Anniston, AL 36201 (256) 676-2995 Furniture Stores Marilyn F. Phelps A Side Note Gifts 1018 Noble Street Anniston, AL 36201 (256) 591-6136 Shopping & Retail Stacey Gibson Posche Salon 614 Hale Street Oxford, AL 36203 (256) 403-2762 Salon Barry Clough Five Star Industrial Service Support Center, LLC 45188 Highway 78 Lincoln, AL 35096 (256) 515-7013 Industrial Supplies Shannon Robertson Dad's Bar-B-Que #101 710 Noble Street Anniston, AL 36201 (256) 235-3933 Restaurants Shannon Robertson Dad's Bar-B-Que #201 3105 McClellan Blvd. Anniston, AL 36206 (256) 235-3933 Restaurants
New Members Continued... Marcus Strickland Honey Do Professionals, LLC Anniston, AL 36207 (256) 343-5291 Preventive Home Maintenance Crystal Gibbs Exile Armory 1109 Alexandria Road Weaver, AL 36277 (256) 613-8042 Gun Shop Shantrel Norwood Swain Talladega, AL 35160 Friends of the Chamber Cody Pike Vivint Smart Home 4931 N 300 W Provo, Utah 84604 (877) 873-9883 Security Systems & Service Marla & Tony Allen Kingston Kafe 1018 Noble St. Anniston, AL 36201 (423) 650-4152 Catering Services
Jessica Laminack Raven Rock Distillery 26767 County Road 49 Fruithurst, AL 36262 (256) 689-7725 Distillery
Sheng Chen No. 1 China Buffet 5624 McClellan Blvd. Anniston, AL 36206 (256) 820-3588 Restaurants
Ed Bourn ALABAMA Media Group 1731 1st Ave. N Birmingham, AL 35203 (205) 325-3202 Advertising
Jarod Mitchell Jarod Mitchell Agency #9 Public Square East Jacksonville, AL 36265 (806) 559-8319 Insurance
Thomas Dickinson Hometown Lenders 1707 Hillyer Robinson Industrial Parkway Suite H Oxford, AL 36203 (205) 986-4202
Trisha Anderson Munford, AL 36268 Friends of the Chamber
Stephanie Cawthon MASA Medical Transportation Solutions 1240 W. Southlake Blvd. Southlake, Texas 36092 (800) 643-9023 Medic Transport
MARK YOUR CALENDARS 15th Annual Economic Forum Thursday, February 24, 8:00-10:00 A.M. Civilian Marksmanship Program 1470 Sentinel Drive, Anniston Each yearâ€™s presentation includes the results of a recent economic-outlook-prediction chamber membership survey, for the upcoming year. Breakfast will begin at 7:30 A.M. Call 256-237-3536 to RSVP. $25 to attend. Pre-registration is required.
K. L. Brown Alabama House of Representatives Jacksonville, AL 36265 Friends of the Chamber
Members Only Information Center 1. Do you know your member login? - If you answered no, call (256)237-3536 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. 2. Have you shared an event to the community calendar? 3. Have you posted a job opening and description? 4. Have you shared specials or deals you are running for the public or Chamber Members? 5. Did you know you can now pay your Chamber dues and event registrations online? If you answered “no” to any of the questions above, you’re not fully utilizing your Chamber Membership Information Center.
Our Member Information Center is synced with our website, www.CalhounChamber.com, which receives more than 4,000 visitors each month. The online membership directory receives more than 3,500 searches each month. The Job Postings page receives more than 100 searches each month. The Hot Deals receive more than 150 searches each month. The Community Events Calendar then receives more than 20,000 searches each month.
Thank You to our 2016 Partnership Investors
Published on Jan 5, 2017
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