Natalia Perez and Amanda Ellis The magic of the holidays looks and feels different this year. It's more difficult to hold our loved ones as closely or be present in the way we'd like. Despite the gloom and doom of this
The East Brainerd Council of the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce collects donations to assist teachers in recouping supplies they personally provided in their classrooms, which were lost in April’s tornado. “Teaching truly is a work of heart,” says Amber Fortenberry, VP of Communications
Amanda Ellis Oct. 21 is National Support Your Local Chamber of Commerce Day. To celebrate, read about some of what we've been up to: What are some initiatives or work that the Chamber has been doing recently or wants to highlight?
Natalia Perez The Chattanooga Chamber virtually hosted the Chamber Awards to honor this year's Chamber Award winners and the 2020 Chattanooga Area Manager of the Year, as well as Small Business Award recipients postponed from spring due to COVID-19. While this year's event looked different, it's still
J.V. Vaughn and Valoria Armstrong J.V. Vaughn, SunTrust now Truist Market President, and immediate Past Chair of the Board of Directors of the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce, looks back at fiscal year 2019-20 and welcomes Val Armstrong, Vice President,
Holly Bonner Simple Choice PPE Solutions. The name says it all. Chris Ramsey and LaQuentin Jenkins, founders of Simple Choice PPE Solutions, work to represent the underserved communities in the Chattanooga area who were hit hardest by the pandemic. As chair of the
Christy Gillenwater, President & CEO, Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce At our Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting on August 19 we will pause a few moments to honor our dedicated, hard-working volunteers and leaders and to reflect upon the
Holly Bonner Cardboard street signs, vibrant “I voted” stickers and smiling strangers on street corners are all sure signs that election season is here. Today is Election Day, and three Hamilton County School Board districts are on the ballot. District 1, District
Hamilton County announced last week that it will follow a mask mandate until Sept. 8. Mayor Jim Coppinger issued the mandate after the county set a new single-day record for COVID-19 cases for the fourth time in two weeks. “Everyone
Holly Bonner Remember those “new year, new me” resolutions? This year, you may have imagined spending more time at the gym or planning a trip to Europe. But that probably didn’t happen… So far, 2020 has thrown us for a loop.