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2016


The mission of the Chamber of Commerce of Huntsville/Madison County is to prepare, develop and promote our community for economic growth.

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A Message from Chip

Cherry, CCE

We made significant progress in a number of key areas in 2016. Two key areas impacting economic development were the certification of the Huntsville Mega Site and the completion of the CRP Master Plan. Both position us well for future growth. The reactivation of the Chamber Foundation will allow us to enhance our workforce development efforts by providing professional development to educators teaching the 9th Grade Career Prep Classes in Madison County and the Cities of Madison and Huntsville. All three of these are significant steps forward in ensuring a strong and dynamic regional economy. Our support of Small businesses was enhanced with the first full year of operation of both the Toyota Small Business Training facility and the UAH SBDC which relocated to the 3rd floor of the Chamber. We are proud of the improvements we have made in providing services to our small business members and look forward to enhancing it further in 2017. The capstone of the year was the celebration of Redstone Arsenal’s 75th Anniversary. Our community and the region are the beneficiaries of the work of many that came before us – who had a vision for what the Arsenal could become, and the work of our current leadership who are building on that foundation. Redstone is now a vital part of our Nation’s national defense and security infrastructure due to the outstanding work of the men and women who work on the Arsenal, as well as those whose vision lead to its growth and development. We look forward to an outstanding 2017!

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2016 HIGHLIGHTS: YEAR IN REVIEW* FEBRUARY 5, 2016

STATE OF THE SCHOOLS In partnership with The Schools Foundation, the event featured a report from each of the three school systems in Madison County and the State Board of Education.

JANUARY 4, 2016

WASHINGTON UPDATE WITH SENATOR SHELBY

GEEK2GEEK This Cummings Research Park After Hours event is a facilitated networking opportunity and social for member companies in the Park to discover and learn about technology being developed by other CRP companies.

JANUARY

RADIOBRO OPENS IN BREMEN, GERMANY

The Annual D.C. Trip brings some of Washington’s top leaders together with representatives from our business and elected community.

Held twice a year to provide a casual and lively atmosphere for business professionals to network, this event is all about business in action and making connections – in a tabletop exhibit format and ending with a BUSINESS AFTER HOURS event. MAY 11, 2016

CRP AURP ANNOUNCEMENT

APRIL 13, 2016

FEBRUARY 23, 2016

ALABAMA UPDATE WITH GOV. BENTLEY This annual event featured an address from Alabama Governor Robert Bentley on the State of the State and our community’s role.

This annual trip to the State Capitol provided an opportunity to meet with key leaders in state government to discuss the critical issues facing our community.

FEBRUARY

SCHMOOZAPALOOZA

WASHINGTON DC TRIP

MARCH 9, 2016

NASA BUDGET ROLLOUT

MONTGOMERY TRIP

JANUARY 28, 2016

Senator Shelby gave an update to the business community on the past year’s progress on the issues that impact our region and his outlook for the year ahead.

FEBRUARY 9, 2016

MAY 19, 2016

APRIL 19-21, 2015

MARCH 31, 2016

MAY 17, 2016

BEST PLACES TO WORK®

WOMEN’S BUSINESS COUNCIL FORUM

This awards event showcases the best places to work in our community. Results are strictly based on employee participation answering surveys.

MARCH

JUNE 24-JULY 1, 2016

ARMED FORCES CELEBRATION A week-long celebration including a Proclamation Signing, Concert in the Park, and a Chamber-hosted dinner that featured Gen. Dennis Via, U.S. Army Materiel Command. JUNE 15, 2016

MEGA SITE PRESS EVENT

APRIL

MAY

JUNE

MARCH 9, 2016 JANUARY 21, 2016 JANUARY 28, 2016

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING With the theme “Spy Central”, this special event gave members a Chamber/community update and featured keynote speaker Mike Rogers, former chair, House Intelligence Committee.

*THIS TIMELINE DOES NOT INCLUDE ALL CHAMBER EVENTS.

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BUSINESS AFTER HOURS These events offer a networking opportunity for members to come together in a relaxed social atmosphere.

MAY 10, 2016

WASHINGTON UPDATE WITH REP. BROOKS

CRP TROLLEY TECH TOUR

BUSINESS AFTER HOURS

This Cummings Research Park event series focuses on a different industry theme each quarter. For this particular date, CRP employees learned about the Severe Weather companies and college offerings in the Park.

Congressman Brooks’ briefing included his views on the past year’s progress APRIL 11, 2016 on the issues that impact our region and his outlook for the year ahead. CHAMBER SPRING

GOLF CLASSIC

FEBRUARY 16, 2016

WOMEN’S BUSINESS COUNCIL FORUM The Women’s Business Council is an advocate for women-owned businesses. WBC hosts quarterly forums in an effort to support women in business. JANUARY 14, 2016

STATE OF THE COUNTY ADDRESS This annual event provided Chairman Dale Strong with an opportunity to give an update on critical issues facing the county and his views on the past year’s progress, the issues that will impact our region and his outlook for the year ahead.

Huntsville ranked #1 affordable place to live by Livability.com

APRIL 20, 2016

Strategic Innovations events included ‘Networking with the Masses’, ‘Social Media 101’, ‘Sales/Marketing’, Social Media Series, and HR Forum Series.

MoneyGeek: Huntsville ranked #3 Best Mid-Sized Cities to Make a Living

A fun opportunity for connecting with new and old friends in a relaxed atmosphere, prizes were awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place teams.

APRIL 27, 2016

BREAKFAST & BIZ

MAY 23, 2016

CRP MASTER PLAN UNVEILING

U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SMALL BUSINESS DREAM BIG AWARDS

MAY 9, 2016

STATE OF THE ECONOMY PRESENTATION

This fast paced, bi-monthly networking event brings Chamber members together with new business contacts in a unique and entertaining format.

ValuePenguin: Huntsville is among Most Educated Cities in 2016

JUNE 2016

JUNE 28, 2016

BUSINESS & BREWS At this unique event, members enjoyed some of Huntsville’s best craft beers while cultivating new business relationships in a relaxed setting – network-building, sharing common challenges, ideas and solutions, and connecting with local business professionals.

Huntsville is #2 City in the U.S. for Tech Job by SmartAsset

Southern Living: Huntsville named as one of the South’s Best College Towns


SEPTEMBER 1, 2016

SEPTEMBER 14-16, 2016

COLLEGE & CAREER FAIR

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT TOUR

This event reached all 11th and 12th graders in Huntsville, Madison and Madison County schools to promote local high-demand careers.

The Chamber and its economic development partners hosted five business development representatives for a two-day tour of Huntsville’s aerospace assets.

SMALL BUSINESS AWARDS CELEBRATION

YULISTA GROUNDBREAKING

BREAKFAST & BIZ

NOV. 1, 2016

JULY 18, 2016

CRP TROLLEY TECH TOUR

JULY

BUSINESS & BREWS

AUGUST

POLARIS GRAND OPENING

SEPTEMBER 20, 2016

ANNUAL OUTING

AUGUST 11, 2016 AUGUST 25, 2016

The holiday event welcomed Chamber members, community and Redstone Arsenal senior leaders and local elected officials. Every year, it is one of the most celebrated community holiday events of the season.

GEEK2GEEK

SEPTEMBER 14, 2016

Our annual Small Business Awards honored the best of the best small business entrepreneurs, young professionals, nonprofits, and executive leadership.

GEEK2GEEK

HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE

NOVEMBER 10, 2016

AUGUST 30, 2016 JULY 8, 2016

DECEMBER 8, 2016

SEPTEMBER 29, 2016

BUSINESS AFTER HOURS

Celebrating our Space and Defense Industry relationships on the banks of the Tennessee River and enjoy a fresh, Gulf seafood buffet, an open bar and live music followed by spectacular fireworks.

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

DECEMBER 6, 2016

BUSINESS & BREWS NOVEMBER 14, 2016

CRP TROLLEY TECH TOUR

NOVEMBER 21, 2016

SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY

NOVEMBER

DECEMBER DECEMBER 1, 2016

WOMEN’S BUSINESS COUNCIL FORUM

OCTOBER 12, 2016 AUGUST 25, 2016 JULY 26, 2016

BREAKFAST & BIZ

JULY 28, 2016

IGNITE

WINE & CHEESE WITH THE PRESIDENT By special invitation, members are invited to a special reception with the Chamber President for updates and information about being a member.

STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS Mayor Battle highlighted the city’s progress in economic development and presented his “annual report” to the citizens of Huntsville regarding the accomplishments from the past year and his outlook for the year ahead.

An Entrepreneur Forum – bringing together a panel of local entrepreneurs to offer insight on how to stay viable and successful through good and bad climates, followed by a Q&A session.

OCTOBER 2016

ALABAMA RETAILER OF THE YEAR

Small Business Seminars included ‘Affordable Care Act’, ‘Excel Basics for Small Businesses’, ‘Doing Business with...’, ‘Disaster and Emergency Prep’, ‘Intro to Google Analytics’, ‘Overtime Final Rule Workshop’, ‘Content Marketing’, ‘Uncovering Biases in the Workplace’, ‘Social Media Series’, ‘‘Risk Management and Crisis Planning for Business’, ‘Using Microsoft Word Templates’, and ‘Advanced Excel: Creating an Excel Database’.

Mint.com: Huntsville is among Top 17 Most Affordable U.S. Cities of 2016

Business Insider: Huntsville ranked #4 “Top 25 U.S. Cities with Lowest Cost of Living”

Forbes: Huntsville is among 25 BestPaying Cities for Software Engineers

NOVEMBER 1, 2016

NOVEMBER 9, 2016

SCHMOOZAPALOOZA / BUSINESS AFTER HOURS

BREAKFAST & BIZ OCTOBER 13, 2016

NOVEMBER 15, 2016

BUSINESS AFTER HOURS

BUSINESS & BREWS

OCTOBER 27, 2016

RECEPTION FOR STATE SUPERINTENDENT SENTANCE OCTOBER 20, 2016

WOMEN’S BUSINESS COUNCIL FORUM

NOVEMBER 30, 2016

REDSTONE UPDATE Members heard from senior leaders from Redstone Arsenal – highlighting their diverse roles and missions, and share where these commands, organizations, and the installation are headed in the future. Command briefings + luncheon with keynote speaker Gen. Gustave Perna, U.S. Army Materiel Command.

BOMA International: Huntsville is the least expensive U.S. office market

Site Selection mag: Alabama among top 10 states in business climate rankings

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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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Instead of Austin, Texas, Try Huntsville, Alabama – THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, NOVEMBER 2016

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NEW companies

CERTIFICATION OF

151 jobs $52,801,836

1,252-acre

MEGA SITE

in capital investment

ECONOMIC GROWTH INDEX COMBINED EMPLOYMENT, GDP AND WAGES HUNTSVILLE

35%

34%

30%

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existing companies

1,167 jobs $255,994,247 in capital investment

25%

U.S.

20%

18%

15% 10%

ALABAMA

5%

11%

0%

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

Huntsville ranked #1 for STEM grads – NERDWALLET, APRIL 2016

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Cummings Research Park Cummings Research Park (CRP) is the Nation’s second largest research park with 3,843 acres and 300 companies. We manage, market internally 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 PROJECT In May 2016, drafts of the new comprehensive master plan and design guidelines were unveiled for CRP followed by 21 stakeholder meetings and two public open houses for review/ comment on the draft master plan and design guidelines. As part of our master planning effort, we led a rebranding effort for CRP that included a new identity package featuring new messaging, a new logo, and a suite of creative elements for the Park. Following stakeholder feedback, the revised and final master plan was approved by the CRP Board of Directors and the City of Huntsville Planning Commission.

DRIVEN BY SCIENCE. POWERED BY PEOPLE.

Organized and launched the first-ever CRP Trolley Tech Tours — trolley nighttime tours of CRP companies – to highlight and build awareness around the amazing companies and technologies/products that exist in CRP. We hosted three.

New & Expanding Industry in CRP: 6 companies, 605 employees

HudsonAlpha groundbreaking for the Paul Propst Center for Personalized Medicine and 4th new building on their biotech campus in CRP.

8 Food Truck Fests 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

5,300

attended

government affairs events

MONTGOMERY, AL TRIP 80 participants = the LARGEST

Chamber-State Capitol event in Alabama

Supported efforts to expand FBI operations on Redstone – plans revealed to grow to more than 5,000 employees Redstone wins Army Community Partnership Award (one of five in the U.S.) Celebrated Redstone Arsenal’s 75th Anniversary

WASHINGTON, D.C. TRIP 150 participants = one of the Top 5 Chamber-DC Trips in the U.S.

A key member of the Coalition that defeated efforts to repeal Alabama College and Career Ready Standards Supported successful lobbying efforts to enhance local brewers and distillery operations

Supported efforts to develop the Space Launch System – program receives $2.15 Billion in `16 funding bill (nearly twice what the administration had proposed) 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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Huntsville/Madison County was selected by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation as the inaugural community to highlight the importance of high education standards and community engagement through the Achieving Tomorrow’s Voices campaign.

350 attended this annual event, bringing together

our business and education communities to highlight the Pre-K-12 education programs that are preparing students for long-term success in our region.

Workforce recruitment website was relaunched and rebranded, now hosting thousands of regional jobs for the Huntsville Metro region.

40+ employers participated in the annual College & Career Fair; reached 6,000+ high school juniors and seniors from all three public school districts in our community with information about regional careers.

Industry Insight pilot program engaged 40+ high school career coaches and career tech directors with industry leaders to understand workforce needs and pathways in high demand fields.

Relaunched the Chamber Foundation to support workforce development initiatives.

Four high school students were awarded inaugural Smarty Pants Scholarships (3 finalists $500 each; 1 honorable mention $100). 12


Membership As the largest chamber in Alabama, the Chamber of Commerce of Huntsville/Madison County relies on a base of highly engaged members-from global corporations to middle-market companies to local entrepreneurs and small businesses-to support the organization’s mission of making Huntsville one of the world’s best places to live, work and build a business. As a champion of the entrepreneurial spirit, the Chamber provides an array of opportunities for small and medium-sized enterprises to participate in programs, events and activities designed to support and encourage growth in their companies as well as their contribution to the economic vitality of the region.

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TOTAL MEMBERSHIP 2016

2,103 2015

2,032 2014

2,014

85

2013

2,093 MEMBERSHIP NEW SALES MEMBER COMPANIES BY SIZE

40

500 400 300

101+ employees

200

51-100 employees

100 0

21-50 employees 6-20 employees

1-5 employees

2013

2014

2015

2016

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

2016 2015

$940,775 $874,350

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Marketing & Communications The Chamber facilitates a strategic and purposeful flow of communication to our highly engaged members and general public. We communicate using a progressive, multifaceted marketing strategy that includes traditional media, print, digital, and social media. Our strategy was designed to maximize reach to members and non-members, and to expand our sphere of influence in the community and around the globe.

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Huntsville ranked #1 Best Affordable Place to Live. – LIVEABILITY.COM, FEBRUARY 2016

PUBLICATIONS

160,000 READERS - PRINT MAGAZINE

DIGITAL PUBLICATIONS:

12,154

mobile tablet

TOTAL READS

desktop

MORE THAN 63,000 IMPRESSIONS

AVERAGE READ TIME: 5:43

DIGITAL MEDIA & SOCIAL MEDIA Eblasts: Sent 277 eblasts to Chamber members, reaching more than 80,000 people per month

Reach (organic): 519,090 ▲ 16% from 2015

Impressions: 141,105 ▲ 22% from 2015

Average Open Rate: 33% (Nonprofit Industry Average is 25%)

Engagement: 44,146 ▲ 13% from 2015

Followers: 7,072 ▲ 13% from 2015

EARNED MEDIA

2.3 M readers ONLINE AND PRINT “INSTEAD OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, TRY HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA”

NOVEMBER 2016

Huntsville named Top 5 destination to get you psyched for hiking. – REI CO-OP, JANUARY 2016

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Small Business & Events 2016 was the year of change – we refreshed several events/programs, such as replacing Business After Hours with Business & Brews – turning the latter into the most popular networking event of the year. We recharged the Small Business Awards and increased both nominations and attendees by more than 46 percent and increased revenue from 2015 by 213 percent. Collaboration continued as we partnered with the public library to offer computer application classes, and with ALDOL to inform and educate members and the community about the new Overtime Final Ruling Law. We also created the ‘Doing Business with…’ sessions to inform members about all of the procurement opportunities available in the region.

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4 EVENTS = 2,242 ATTENDEES S I G NAT U R E

SIGNATURE EVENTS

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

26 EVENTS = 1,188 ATTENDEES NETWORKING

NETWORKING EVENTS

Breakfast & Biz | Business After Hours | Business & Brews | Holiday Open House SchmoozaPalooza | Women’s Business Council Forums

41 DEVELOPMENT = 595 ATTENDEES SMALL BIZ & PROFESSIONAL

SMALL BIZ SEMINARS

Chamber Insight | Chamber U | HR Forum Series | Small Business Seminars Social Media Series | Strategic Innnovations

New Business Starts: 39 Long-Term Clients: 139 Total Active Clients: 1,159

3.5 M Capital Invesment 210 Jobs Created 2,140 Counseling Hours

23 UAH SBDC Seminars & Workshops 401 Total Attendees $28.5M in Prime and Subcontracts awarded to clients

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CHAMBER STAFF EXECUTIVE STAFF Chip Cherry, CCE, president & chief executive officer Amy Locke, executive assistant Annette Atchley, resource desk coordinator Kathy Davis, resource desk assistant ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, INDUSTRY RELATIONS & WORKFORCE Lucia Cape, IOM, senior vice president Lyndsay Ferguson, workforce director Erin Koshut, Cummings Research Park director Ken Smith, research & information services director Will West, project manager Amy Tubb, economic development assistant

GOVERNMENT & PUBLIC AFFAIRS Mike Ward, senior vice president Tina Leopold, assistant INVESTOR RELATIONS Robert Recker, senior vice president Donna McCrary, membership retention manager Tiffany Jordan, membership representative Tina Blankenship, membership representative Kristy Drake, engagement specialist / program manager SMALL BUSINESS & EVENTS Pammie Jimmar, IOM, director Emma Williams, specialist

MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS Carrie Rice, director Kristi Sherrard, graphic designer Hiroko Sedensky, web designer FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION Mary McNairy, director Jamie Gallien, IT manager Kim Savage, accounting specialist – receivables Lori Warner, accounting specialist – payables Joe Watson, facilities supervisor

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Rose Allen, chair

Bryan Dodson, chair-appointed

BancorpSouth

PHOENIX

Joe Newberry, chair-elect Redstone Federal Credit Union

Greg Brown, vice chair, workforce & education Brown Precision, Inc.

City of Madison

Rey Almodóvar, immediate past chair

Jeff Gronberg, vice chair, small business & events

Intuitive Research & Technology Corporation

Ron Poteat, chair, Chamber Foundation

deciBel Research

Mayor Paul Finley, chair-appointed

Beth Sippel, chair-appointed First Commercial Bank

Regions Bank

Danny Windham, vice chair, marketing & communications

Kim Lewis, secretary/treasurer PROJECTXYZ, Inc.

Digium, Inc.

Madison County Commission

Tharon Honeycutt, vice chair, member engagement

Gary Bolton, vice chair, economic development & industry relations ADTRAN, Inc.

Tracy Marion, general counsel Lanier Ford Shaver & Payne, P.C.

Mayor Tommy Battle, chair-appointed

Chip Cherry, CCE, president & CEO Chamber of Commerce of Huntsville/Madison County

Kevin Byrnes, vice chair, government & public affairs

Mark Curran, chair-appointed

Raytheon Company

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Penny Billings, vice chair, membership

InterFuze Corporation

MSB Analytics, Inc. City of Huntsville

L-3 Communications Corporation - Huntsville Operations

Chairman Dale Strong, chair-appointed


BOARD OF DIRECTORS Bill Bailey

David Fernandes

Janice Migliore

Kristina Barbee

Gene Goldman

Leigh Pegues

Bob Baron

Mike Gullion

Jim Rogers

Janet Brown

John Gully

Jeff Samz

Kevin Campbell

Jan Hess

Dr. Gurmej Sandhu

Frank Caprio

Steve Hill

Charlie Sealy

Lynn Collyar

Lee Holland

E.J. Sinclair

Michael Cox

Dr. Pam Hudson

Cynthia Streams

Deke Damson

Andrew Hugine, Jr.

Nilmini Thompson

Dorothy Davidson

Hank Isenberg

Tim Thornton

John Eagan

John Jordan

Lynn Troy

Joe Fehrenbach

David King

Ken Tucker

Trip Ferguson

Brian Magerkurth

Frank Williams

Radiance Technologies, Inc. Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc. Baron Services, Inc. Belk

Northrop Grumman Corporation Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP Deloitte LLP PARSONS

Jerry Damson Ford Acura Davidson Technologies, Inc. BB&T

Intergraph Corporation U.S. Space & Rocket Center

Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama, Inc. Leidos

SCI Technology, Inc., a Sanmina company SAIC

Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc. AEgis Technologies Group Turner Construction Crestwood Medical Center Alabama A&M University IronMountain Solutions KBRwyle

Dynetics, Inc.

Par Pharmaceutical

PALCO Telecom Service, Inc. PNC Bank

Lockheed Martin Corporation Huntsville Hospital Sigmatech, Inc.

Sealy Management Company SES - Science and Engineering Services, LLC Domino’s (Valley Pizza, Inc.) Systems Products and Solutions, Inc. nLogic, Inc. Troy 7, Inc.

The Boeing Company Landers McLarty Dodge Chrysler Jeep

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HUNTSVILLE REGIONAL ECONOMIC GROWTH INITIATIVE

2016 INVESTORS DEVELOPMENT PARTNER

City of Huntsville

DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL

Huntsville Utilities

CHAIRMAN’S COUNCIL PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

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

Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama, Inc. 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 Redstone Federal Credit Union • Vertiv

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

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


CHAMBER TRUSTEES

AEgis Technologies Group • Aerojet Rocketdyne • Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Alabama • Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc. DynCorp International • Dynetics, Inc. • First Commercial Bank • Jerry Damson, Inc. • Landers McLarty Corporation Lanier Ford Shaver & Payne P.C. • Northrop Grumman Corporation • PARSONS • Raytheon Company S3 • Sealy Management Company, Inc. • Torch Technologies • Wyle CAS Group

PROGRESS PARTNERS

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 Consolidated Construction Co. • Corporate Office Properties Trust • Davidson Technologies, Inc. • Google • Huntsville-Madison County Builders Association • iBERIABANK • Intergraph Government Solutions • J. Smith Lanier & Co. • Keel Point, LLC L-3 - Corporate HSV Operations • LEAN Frog Business Solutions, Inc. • LogiCore • MTS, Inc. • Progress Bank Radiance Technologies • Rosie’s Restaurants, Inc., & Right Way Restaurants, Inc. (dba Steak Out) • SELEX Galileo Inc. ServisFirst Bank • Turner • Vencore, Inc. • Wells Fargo Bank • Woody Anderson Ford

PROGRESS INVESTORS

4SITE, Inc. • AECOM • Alpha Beta Technologies • Amanda Howard Real Estate • Anglin Reichmann Snellgrove & Armstrong Averbuch Realty Co., Inc. – Scott Averbuch • BancorpSouth • Brown Precision, Inc. • Bryant Bank • CB&S Bank • Century Automotive CFD Research Corporation • Coast Personnel Services • deciBel Research • Decisive Analytics Corporation • Deloitte • DESE Research • Digium Fite Building Company • Foreign Language Services • Fountain, Parker, Harbarger • Garver • General Atomics • HEMSI • Hiley Cars Huntsville Huntsville Botanical Garden • Huntsville/Madison County Convention & Visitors Bureau • Huntsville Tractor & Equipment • InterFuze Corporation Investor’s Resource/Raymond James • IronMountain Solutions • The Lioce Group • Littlejohn Engineering Associates • LSINC Corporation MSB Analytics • National Bank of Commerce • North Alabama Multiple Listing Service • PALCO Telecom Service • PHOENIX • PROJECTXYZ Public Financial Management • QTEC • Renasant Bank • RJ Young Co. • Sierra Lobo • Sigmatech • Systems Products and Solutions Technicolor • Venturi • West Huntsville Land Co. • Wilmer & Lee

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF HUNTSVILLE/MADISON COUNTY • 2016


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Annual Report 2016  

Chamber of Commerce of Huntsville/Madison County

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