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2017

Presenting Sponsor


vision

The Chamber is the catalyst for business growth, community

engagement and action to drive economic vitality and advance our position as a global leader in technology and innovation.

mission

Prepare, develop and promote our community for economic growth.


A Message from

Chip Cherry, CCE

The blend of volunteer and staff leadership, coupled with strong public sector partners led to a number of outstanding accomplishments in 2017. Chief among those accomplishments were: • Vision Statement – developed a new Vision Statement that more accurately frames who we are and what we do. • Strategic Plan – developed a plan which will provide the Chamber with focus and direction for years to come – bit.ly/HMCCstrategic. • Membership – remained strong with more than 2,100 active members; engagement was impressive with over 12,000 members attending events. Our performance and accomplishments shown throughout this report culminated in us being selected as the #1 Chamber in the country, in our size category. This recognition reinforces the belief that our Chamber is doing meaningful work and is a key partner in moving the community forward! We played a role in a number of other noteworthy accomplishments to include securing State support for Cyber Camp and the new Alabama School for Cyber and Engineering. Both of these are significant developments for our region that position us well for the future. Normally, I would close by saying that the potential for 2018 is bright. In this case, that would be an understatement. On January 10th, an announcement was made that will forever change the economy of our region: Mazda-Toyota will build a joint automotive manufacturing facility here that will produce 300,000 vehicles a year and employ 4,000 people. That $1.6 billion investment, coupled with growth on Redstone and a strong economic development pipeline, will lead to an exceptional 2018. Thank you for making what we do possible! I look forward to seeing you at a Chamber event soon.

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2017 HIGHLIGHTS: YEAR IN REVIEW*

APRIL 27, 2017

HUNTSVILLE/MADISON COUNTY CHAMBER FEBRUARY 28–MARCH 1, 2017

FEBRUARY 9, 2017

CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY INSIGHTS

JANUARY 5, 2017

STATE OF THE COUNTY ADDRESS

FEBRUARY 16, 2017

SMALL BUSINESS WEEK KICK-OFF PRESS CONFERENCE MONTGOMERY TRIP

MARCH 21, 2017

BUSINESS & BREWS

AUTOMOTIVE ADVANCED MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY INSIGHTS

BEST PLACES TO WORK® AWARDS

SLS SUPPORT TOUR

LINE-X WINS ALABAMA’S MEDIUM MANUFACTURER OF THE YEAR

MAY 24, 2017

BREAKFAST & BIZ

MAY 9, 2017

WBC FORUM APRIL 30–MAY 2, 2017

DC TRIP

JUNE 1, 2017

FEBRUARY 7, 2017

MARCH 29, 2017

81ST ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING

JANUARY

NEW WEBSITE DEBUTS

MAY 16–17, 2017

APRIL 20, 2017

MARCH 29, 2017

MAY 22, 2017

FEBRUARY

CUBIC GATR GROUNDBREAKING

APRIL 27, 2017

BREAKFAST & BIZ

NEW LOGO

MARCH

APRIL

MAY

JUNE JUNE 8, 2017

JANUARY 25, 2017

BREAKFAST & BIZ FEBRUARY 21, 2017

WBC FORUM

BUSINESS & BREWS

MARCH 29, 2017

FEBRUARY 15, 2017

ARETÉ ASSOCIATES ANNOUNCEMENT

STATE OF THE SCHOOLS

MAY 18, 2017

SCHMOOZAPALOOZA

APRIL 10, 2017

SPRING GOLF CLASSIC

FEBRUARY 22, 2017

18 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EVENTS HOSTED BY THE CHAMBER (JAN–JUNE) MONTHLY AMBASSADOR + EMISSARY LUNCHEONS

RECEPTION WITH SENATOR LUTHER STRANGE FEBRUARY 24, 2017

RECEPTION FOR MINORITY LEADER ANTHONY DANIELS

JUNE 26, 2017

BLUE ORIGIN ANNOUNCEMENT

APRIL 20, 2017 MARCH 30, 2017

MARCH 6, 2017

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WASHINGTON UPDATE WITH SENATOR STRANGE

MARCH 30, 2017

TOYOTA MOTOR MANUFACTURING ALABAMA 5 MILLIONTH ENGINE CELEBRATION

*THIS TIMELINE DOES NOT INCLUDE ALL CHAMBER EVENTS.

MAY 31, 2017

WASHINGTON UPDATE WITH CONGRESSMAN BROOKS

BUSINESS & BREWS

WBC, CITY OF HUNTSVILLE PROCLAIM MARCH 30 “WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESS DAY”

MAY 4, 2017

COCKTAIL PARTY IN THE GARDEN JUNE 25–30, 2017

6 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EVENTS PARTNERING WITH THE UAH SBDC (JAN–JUNE)

ARMED FORCES CELEBRATION


JULY 19, 2017

OCTOBER 19, 2017

HMCC WINS ACCE CHAMBER OF THE YEAR

AUGUST 31–SEPTEMBER 1, 2017

COLLEGE AND CAREER FAIR

CEPEDA SYSTEMS 16TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

OCTOBER 26, 2017

BUSINESS & BREWS

SEPTEMBER 26, 2017 SEPTEMBER 26, 2017

BREAKFAST & BIZ

TOYOTA MOTOR MANUFACTURING ALABAMA INVESTMENT ANNOUNCEMENT

SEPTEMBER 21, 2017

WBC FORUM

OCTOBER 9–12, 2017

DECEMBER 7, 2017

HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE

NOVEMBER 9, 2017

AURP INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS

OCTOBER 24, 2017

AEROJET ROCKETDYNE GROUNDBREAKING

SEPTEMBER 19, 2017

JULY 18, 2017

LUCIA CAPE AND MIKE WARD EARN CERTIFIED CHAMBER EXECUTIVE (CCE) DESIGNATION

JULY

ANNUAL OUTING

NOVEMBER 21, 2017

SHOP SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

OCTOBER 24, 2017

MANUFACTURING DAY

AUGUST 10, 2017

YULISTA GRAND OPENING

DECEMBER 5, 2017

BOCAR GROUNDBREAKING

AUGUST

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

NOVEMBER

DECEMBER DECEMBER 6, 2017

JULY 28, 2017

NASA SUMMER STUDENT MEET AND GREET

WBC FORUM

OCTOBER 25, 2017

PARSONS GROUNDBREAKING

AUGUST 15, 2017

SMALL BUSINESS AWARDS CELEBRATION

SEPTEMBER 25, 2017

COMMUNITY AND RESOURCE OVERVIEW INDUSTRY INSIGHTS

JULY 19, 2017

BREAKFAST & BIZ

NOVEMBER 29, 2017

REDSTONE UPDATE

NOVEMBER 16, 2017

BREAKFAST & BIZ

14 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EVENTS HOSTED BY THE CHAMBER (JULY–DEC)

SEPTEMBER 22, 2017

SEPTEMBER 28, 2017

121 RIBBON CUTTINGS & SPECIAL CEREMONIES FOR 2017 (MEMBERSHIP) 2017 CRP EVENTS: 4 GEEK2GEEKS 7 FOOD TRUCK FESTS 4 WINTER WARM-UPS

BUSINESS & BREWS

TORCH TECHNOLOGIES’ 15TH ANNIVERSARY AND RIBBON CUTTING

SEPTEMBER 27, 2017

8 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EVENTS PARTNERING WITH THE UAH SBDC (JULY–DEC)

ALABAMA UPDATE WITH GOVERNOR IVEY

NOVEMBER 25, 2017

SHOP SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY

DECEMBER 5, 2017

HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY INSIGHTS

DECEMBER 19, 2017

BUSINESS & BREWS

NOVEMBER 16, 2017

BOCAR ANNOUNCEMENT

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Economic Development The Chamber is the lead economic development organization for Huntsville/ Madison County, one of the most dynamic economies in the United States. Through local, state and regional partnerships, we recruit and retain jobs and capital investment, focusing on aerospace, defense, advanced manufacturing, information technology and life sciences.

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Huntsville named among Top 10 Best Paying Cities for STEM Jobs. – SMARTASSET, FEBRUARY 2017

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NEW companies

CERTIFICATION OF

700 jobs $267,500,000

AdvantageSite NORTH HUNTSVILLE INDUSTRIAL PARK

in capital investment

ECONOMIC GROWTH INDEX COMBINED EMPLOYMENT, GDP AND WAGES

HUNTSVILLE

35%

34%

30%

18

existing companies

1,605 jobs $317,144,820 in capital investment

U.S.

25%

20%

20% 15% 10%

ALABAMA

13%

5% 0%

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Huntsville ranks No. 1 in job growth in the tech industry. – STATETECH, SEPTEMBER 2017

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Cummings Research Park Cummings Research Park (CRP) is the Nation’s second largest research park with 3,843 acres and nearly 300 companies. We manage, internally market, and promote CRP to expand industry and recruit new companies to a vibrant and connected community that fosters ingenuity, creativity and scientific achievements that solve our Nation’s most complex challenges.

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MASTER PLAN IMPLEMENTATION UPDATE Following the approval of the new master plan in late 2017, the CRP Board and City of Huntsville began to work on revisions to zoning ordinances. Revisions to the existing CRP East and CRP West zoning ordinances were made and approved this year. Those revised zoning ordinances are now officially in the City’s Red Book.   Additionally, the CRP Board and City have been working on a new zoning ordinance for the new mixeduse sites in CRP. This has been a very deliberate and thoughtful process. We anticipate this new zoning ordinance will be approved in mid-2018.   We have worked on a design for new gateway and light-pole signage for CRP in accordance with the rebrand. We anticipate new signage in 2018. 

New & Expanding Industry in CRP: 9 companies, 1,432 employees

Introduced a new pop-up opportunity for employees in CRP in 2017. During January and February, we provided free gourmet coffee every other week to employees. This offering will be expanded in 2018.

7 Food Truck Fests 2 different locations with new amenities added

4 Geek2Geek lightning-round tech talks

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Government & Public Affairs The Chamber represents the business interests of the Huntsville and Madison County area on the local, state and national levels of government, promoting policies and legislation that allow for the continued economic prosperity of the region. Roughly half of the local economy is a function of federal spending on military, space and homeland security concerns, consequently much of the Chamber’s government and public affairs efforts are focused on the growth and protection of these activities and the Redstone Arsenal. The division also conducts a number of events which are intended to enhance relationships with elected local, State and Federal officials and key federal partners.

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MORE THAN

6,300

State of the County Address | Montgomery Trip | Washington Updates | Special Receptions DC Trip | SLS Support Tour | Armed Forces Celebration | Annual Outing Alabama Update | State of the City Address | Redstone Update

AT T E N D E D government & public affairs events

MONTGOMERY, AL TRIP 80 participants = the LARGEST

Chamber-State Capitol event in Alabama

WASHINGTON, D.C. TRIP 175 participants = one of the Top 5 Chamber-DC Trips in the U.S.

U.S. Senator Richard Shelby secures $2.15B in funding for the Space Launch System (July) Secured $10M for new Cyber Camp at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center (August) Secured $1.3M for Redstone Arsenal’s Gate 9 relocation from Governor Kay Ivey (August)

Hosted special briefings for HREGI Investors: Congressman Robert Aderholt (Sept.); Congressman Mike Rogers (Nov.) 10


Workforce & Education We are passionate about developing, employing and retaining the smart, talented people we have in our region. Through partnerships with industry, education and public sector stakeholders, we ensure our region has the quantity and quality of talent to meet employer needs and support sustained growth.

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360+ business representatives learned about the great work happening in our local schools during this annual event.

Industry Insights

110+ teachers, career coaches and counselors participated

to learn about smart careers in North Alabama for their students.

25+ employers participated in the annual College & Career Fair

6,000+

high school juniors & seniors attended from all three public school districts in our community – engaging with hundreds of colleges.

The Foundation ensures the growth of Huntsville by supporting the education and workforce talents here. In 2017, CF raised $40,000+ through donations from 845 local companies.

Three high school students were awarded Smarty Pants Scholarships ($500 each). 12


Membership For nearly 125 years, the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber has been serving area businesses by creating a wealth of opportunities to gain expertise and knowledge, build meaningful relationships, engage with elected officials, and positively influence the economy. Today, we represent more than 2,100 member companies in the Tennessee Valley and beyond, and we’re driven by the needs of our members – from local entrepreneurs and small businesses to middlemarket companies and global corporations – to provide leadership on issues important to the business community and to create a dynamic business climate for all businesses to succeed.

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TOTAL MEMBERSHIP

MEMBERSHIP NEW SALES

2017

0

2,124

100

200

300

400

500

2017 2016

2016

2015

2,103

2014 2013

2015

2012

2,032 2014

2,014

MEMBER COMPANIES BY SIZE

2013

2,093

101+ employees 51-100 employees

CHAMBERON Sponsorship Campaign (to sell cash-only sponsorship opportunities)

2017

12 VOLUNTEERS

2016

2015

65

1-5 employees

21-50 employees

$990,950

6-20 employees

$940,775 $874,350

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Small Business & Events 2017 was another year of growth, progress, and development. We added preevent Contender receptions to both the Small Business and Best Places to WorkŽ awards, giving business leaders and event sponsors a chance to network, exchange ideas, and engage in conversation. Continuing our partnership with the Huntsville/Madison County Public Library, computer application classes were offered as part of our Professional Development Series – which also included topics such as social media marketing and starting a business in Alabama. We made a point of distinguishing between Networking (Business & Brews and Breakfast & Biz) and Professional Development events to make it easier for individuals to attend events that were most beneficial to them.

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4 EVENTS = 2,159 ATTENDEES S I G NAT UR E

SIGNATURE EVENTS

Annual Membership Meeting | Best Places to Work® Awards | Chamber Spring Golf Classic | Small Business Awards Celebration

24 EVENTS = 2,681ATTENDEES NETWORKING

NETWORKING EVENTS

Breakfast & Biz | Business & Brews | Cocktails in the Garden SchmoozaPalooza | Women’s Business Council Forums | Holiday Open House

38 DEVELOPMENT = 629 ATTENDEES PROFESSIONAL

SMALL BIZ SEMINARS

Professional Development Series – Social Lunching, Microsoft Office workshops, Starting a Business, Quickbooks, Intellectual Property Law, Business Finance, Doing Business with MDA, DFARS Clause Update, Google Analytics, Cyber Security, and more.

New Business Starts: 39 Long-Term Clients: 135 Total Active Clients: 1,100

13.3M Capital Investment 200 Jobs Created 1,909 Counseling Hours

21 UAH SBDC Seminars & Workshops 488 Total Attendees $115.8M in Prime and Subcontracts awarded to clients

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Marketing & Communications The Chamber fosters new growth and supports businesses who have been in the Huntsville/Madison County community for decades. We support a purposeful flow of communication to our members and general public, and we encourage you to share your success stories. We share information through several channels, including traditional media, print, digital, and social media. Our strategy is designed to maximize reach to members and non-members, and to expand our sphere of influence in the local community as well as around the world.

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Huntsville is one of 7 cities competing with Silicon Valley. – ENTREPRENEUR MAGAZINE, AUGUST 2017

PUBLICATIONS

10,000

APPROX.

READERS PER MONTH

DIGITAL PUBLICATIONS:

5,606

tablet

mobile

desktop

TOTAL READS

24,000 IMPRESSIONS AVERAGE READ TIME: 5:77 MORE THAN

PRINT ISSUE

DIGITAL MEDIA & SOCIAL MEDIA Eblasts: Sent 235 eblasts to Chamber members, reaching more than 101,900 people per month

Monthly Organic Reach: 38,620

Impressions: 711,430

Average Open Rate: 22.5% (Nonprofit Industry Average is 21.8%)

Fans: 6,448

Followers: 7,955 ▲ 12% from 2016

(number of impressions for our posts in News Feeds or on our page)

EARNED MEDIA

▲ 504% from 2016

116,341 readers O N L I N E PA G E

“AMERICA’S FASTEST-GROWING TECH CITIES AREN’T ON THE COASTS” – HUNTSVILLE RANKED #1 –

JUNE–DECEMBER 2017

Huntsville named second Best Place for Tech Jobs in the U.S. – NERDWALLET, OCTOBER 2017

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2017 CHAMBER STAFF EXECUTIVE STAFF Chip Cherry, CCE, president & chief executive officer Amy Locke, executive assistant Annette Atchley, resource desk coordinator ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, INDUSTRY RELATIONS & WORKFORCE Lucia Cape, CCE, senior vice president Jill Bruton, workforce development director Erin Koshut, Cummings Research Park director Lydia Pennington, industry relations director Ken Smith, research & information services director Will West, project manager

GOVERNMENT & PUBLIC AFFAIRS Mike Ward, CCE, senior vice president Austin Bullock, program manager

SMALL BUSINESS & EVENTS Pammie Jimmar, IOM, vice president Devon Elston, coordinator

MEMBERSHIP Robert Recker, senior vice president Donna McCrary, retention manager Kristy Drake, ChamberON & investor relations manager Tina Blankenship, account executive Tiffany Miller, account executive Eloise Stanley, account executive

MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS Claire Aiello, director Kristi Sherrard, graphic designer Hiroko Sedensky, web designer FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION Mary McNairy, vice president Kim Savage-Prince, accounting specialist – receivables Lori Warner, accounting specialist – payables Joe Watson, facilities supervisor

2017 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Joe Newberry, chair

Tharon Honeycutt, vice chair, membership

Frank Williams, chair-appointed

Gary Bolton, chair-elect

Penny Billings, vice chair, workforce & education

Mayor Tommy Battle, ex-officio member

BancorpSouth - Huntsville

City of Huntsville

Greg Brown, vice chair, small business & events

Mayor Paul Finley, ex-officio member

Brown Precision, Inc.

City of Madison

Jeff Gronberg, vice chair, marketing & communications

Chairman Dale Strong, ex-officio member

deciBel Research, Inc.

Madison County Commission

Beth Sippel, vice chair, member engagement

Tracy Marion, general counsel

First Commercial Bank

Lanier Ford Shaver & Payne, P.C.

economic development & industry relations PROJECTXYZ, Inc.

Mark Curran, chair-appointed

Chip Cherry, CCE, president & CEO

Kevin Byrnes, vice chair, government & public affairs

Tim Thornton, chair-appointed

Redstone Federal Credit Union ADTRAN, Inc.

Rose Allen, immediate past chair INTERFUZE Corporation

Ron Poteat, chair, Chamber Foundation Regions Bank

Cynthia Streams, secretary/treasurer Domino’s (Valley Pizza, Inc.)

Kim Lewis, vice chair,

Raytheon Company

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MSB Analytics, Inc.

L3 Technologies nLogic, LLC

Landers McLarty Dodge Chrysler Jeep

Huntsville/Madison County Chamber


2017 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Mike Alvarez

Gene Goldman

Mike Randolph

Bill Bailey

Mike Gullion

Joe Ritch

James Barclay

Jan Hess

Jim Rogers

Michael Bertoldi

Steve Hill

Jeff Samz

Janet Brown

Dr. Pam Hudson

Dr. Gurmej Sandhu

Frank Caprio

Hank Isenberg

Charlie Sealy

Lynn Collyar

John Jordan

E.J. Sinclair

Deke Damson

Sean Kelly

Sameer Singhal

Dr. Dorothy Davidson

David King

Robert “Bob” Smith

Bryan Dodson

Bob McCaleb

Nilmini Thompson

John Eagan

Janice Migliore

Lynn Troy

Joe Fehrenbach

Craig Naudain

Ken Tucker

Trip Ferguson

Alana Parker

Mike Watkins

David Fernandes

Leigh Pegues

Danny Windham

Venturi, Inc.

Radiance Technologies, Inc. S3, Inc.

PROJECTXYZ, Inc. Belk

Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP Deloitte LLP

Jerry Damson Honda Acura Davidson Technologies, Inc. PHOENIX BB&T

Intergraph Corporation U.S. Space & Rocket Center Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama, Inc.

BWX Technologies, Inc. SCI Technology, Inc., a Sanmina company Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc. AEgis Technologies Group Crestwood Medical Center IronMountain Solutions KBRwyle

Regions Bank Dynetics, Inc.

Northrop Grumman Corporation PALCO SAIC

Rocket City Drywall & Supply, Inc. PNC Bank

Par Pharmaceutical, an Endo International Company Sirote & Permutt, PC Lockheed Martin Corporation Huntsville Hospital Sigmatech, Inc.

Sealy Management Company SES - Science and Engineering Services, LLC CFD Research Corporation Booz Allen Hamilton

Systems Products and Solutions, Inc. Troy 7, Inc.

The Boeing Company Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama Digium, Inc.

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HUNTSVILLE REGIONAL ECONOMIC GROWTH INITIATIVE

2017 INVESTORS DEVELOPMENT PARTNER

City of Huntsville

DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL

Huntsville Utilities

CHAIRMAN’S COUNCIL

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For a current Investor list, visit bit.ly/HREGIinvestors

Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama, Inc.

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Huntsville Hospital • Madison County Commission • Regions Bank

REGIONAL PARTNERS

Port of Huntsville • Tennessee Valley Authority

LEADERSHIP FORUM

ADTRAN, Inc. • The Boeing Company • City of Madison Landers McLarty Dodge Chrysler Jeep • Redstone Federal Credit Union • Vertiv

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

BBVA Compass • Crestwood Medical Center • Dynetics, Inc. • General Atomics • Lockheed Martin Corporation PNC Bank • SAIC • SES - Science and Engineering Services, LLC • Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc.


CHAMBER TRUSTEES

PROGRESS PARTNERS

PROGRESS INVESTORS

AEgis Technologies Group • Aerojet Rocketdyne • Akima, LLC • All Points Logistics, LLC • Bailey-Harris Construction Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Alabama • Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc. • First Commercial Bank • Five Stones Research Corporation Intuitive Research and Technology Corporation • Jerry Damson, Inc. • KBRwyle • Lanier Ford Shaver & Payne P.C. Northrop Grumman Corporation • PARSONS • Raytheon Company • S3 • Sealy Management Company, Inc. SportsMED Orthopaedic Surgery and Spine Center • Torch Technologies Ability Plus • ASRC Federal Analytical Services • Baron Services, Inc. • BASF Corporation • BB&T Bill Penney Toyota, Scion & Mitsubishi • Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP • Coates Transportation Group Colliers International • Connected Logistics • Corporate Office Properties Trust (COPT) • Davidson Technologies, Inc. • Google Huntsville-Madison County Builders Association • IBERIABANK • Hexagon US Federal • J Smith Lanier & Co., a Marsh McLennan Agency LLC company Keel Point, LLC • L3 Technologies • LMI • LogiCore • The Orthopaedic Center • Progress Bank • Radiance Technologies Re/Max Alliance • Rosie’s Restaurants, Inc., & Right Way Restaurants, Inc. • (DBA Steak Out) • SCI Technology, Inc. • SELEX Galileo Inc. ServisFirst Bank • Turner Construction Company • Vencore, Inc. • Wells Fargo Bank • Woody Anderson Ford

4SITE, Inc. • AECOM • Alpha Beta Technologies, Inc. • Amanda Howard Real Estate • Anglin Reichmann Snellgrove & Armstrong, PC Averbuch Realty Co., Inc. – Scott Averbuch • BancorpSouth • Brown Precision, Inc. • Bryant Bank • CB&S Bank • Century Automotive • CFD Research Corporation CGI Federal • Coast Personnel Services • deciBel Research • Decisive Analytics Corporation • Deloitte LLP • DESE Research, Inc. • Digium, Inc. Fite Building Company, Inc. • FLS Translation & Interpreting • Fountain, Parker, Harbarger • Garver • HEMSI • Hiley Cars Huntsville • Huntsville Botanical Garden Huntsville/Madison County Convention & Visitors Bureau • Huntsville Tractor & Equipment, Inc. • INTERFUZE Corporation • Investor’s Resource/Raymond James IronMountain Solutions • Legend Realty – Jim Hoekenschneider • LINE-X, LLC • The Lioce Group, Inc. • LSINC Corporation • MSB Analytics, Inc. National Bank of Commerce • nLogic, LLC • North Alabama Multiple Listing Service • PALCO • PFM Financial Advisors LLC • PHOENIX • PROJECTXYZ, Inc. • QTEC RE/MAX Distinctive – Sandra Lowrey • Renasant Bank • RJ Young Company • S&ME, Inc. • Sierra Lobo, Inc. • Sigmatech, Inc. • Systems Products and Solutions, Inc. Technicolor • Troy 7, Inc. • U.S. Space & Rocket Center • Venturi, Inc. • West Huntsville Land Co., Inc. • Wilmer & Lee, P.A. • Worxtime, LLC

HUNTSVILLE/MADISON COUNTY CHAMBER • 2017


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