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JUL 10 Chamber Board Meeting
Holiday Inn Express, 11:30 am - 1 pm

JUL 12 Networking Breakfast
Holiday Inn Express,  8 am
JUL 13 Hot Summer Nights,
City Lake Park, 7 pm, "Moana" at 9 pm
JUL 16 Speeding For Scholarships,
Dallas Karting Complex,  2 pm - 5 pm
JUL 18 Chamber Luncheon
Occasions at Stone River, Noon
JUL 27 Hot Summer Nights,
City Lake Park 7 pm, "Sing" at 9 pm

Start Your Engines! The Speeding for Scholarships Tournament at the
Dallas Karting Complex on July 16, 2017 from 2-5pm is finally here!

The Chamber is raising money for college scholarships including the
Ouida Bailey Scholarship.

Thank you to our wonderful sponsors!

Texas Health Presbyterian, Pole Position

Farmers Electric Cooperative, Checkered Flag

Splash Kingdom Family Waterpark, Lap

Dentist Tree, Lap

American National Bank, Brickyard

Guaranty Bank, Brickyard

Oncor Electric Delivery, Brickyard

Helping Hands, Brickyard 

Servpro of Rockwall, Brickyard

Allen & Allen Orthodontics, Brickyard

Fowler Designs, Brickyard


On June 23rd, the Chamber held a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Appreciation Wholesalers, Inc., also known as Appreciation Printing located at
118 E. Main Street #102, Royse City, TX 75189, 

Cell: 214.682.2786, Shop: 972.979.1162;

Appreciation Wholesalers, Inc. is a family owned and faith based one stop shop for all your printing needs. They have a 10% lowest price guarantee on any customized printing. Their services include printing, signs, banners, menu boards, t-shirts, apparel and promotion products, trophies, plaques and so much more! 


The Royse City CDC recently returned from the International Council of Shopping Centers is Las Vegas with good news of retailers who have Royse City on their radar. Specifically, a national hotel chain and sit-down restaurant near the ballpark that is scheduled to be open in 2018. There are also several other businesses that have approached Larry Lott, CDC Director, about coming to Royse City. Those include an ice cream shop downtown & a volleyball recreation facility. Royse City Urgent Care, which is located on the I-30 service road in front of Walmart, is finishing out the inside of their facility at this time for an August 1 open date. 

It's time for new teacher & staff orientation!

Starting August 7, new staff will be filing into Royse City for training. We would love for you to provide them with something from your business that will go into 100 goody bags. The items may be dropped off either at the Chamber of Commerce, 102 W. Old Greenville Rd. or at the Administration Bldg. at 810 Old Greenville Rd. Please have them to us no later than July 28th. ~Many thanks for your support of our school district 

Peoples Choice Electric

Colby Peoples – Owner, 214-533-5028,
950 Cornelius Road, Rockwall, Texas, 75087, 

Warren Legal Services, PLLC

Carol A. Warren, Attorney at Law,
103 N. Houston Street, P.O. Box 738, Royse City, Texas 75189,
PH: 972-635-2888; Fax: 972-236-0035;


Kevin Gerhold

(214) 414-3953


The Royse City Chamber of Commerce was pleased to present Chamber plaques to several new members at the June Luncheon.  (Pictures are left to right for your convenience)

  • Frank E Fite II and Sherri Fite with The Fite Agency
  • Kathleen Winegard and Shawn Risinger with Cabins on Bearpen Creek
  • Ernest Sanchez with A.T.S. Electrical Service and Andrea Collins with Coldwell Banker Residential and Leon Hoang with Wynn Nail Spa,
  • Beverly Joyce with Century 21 Judge Fite Co. and Russell Underwood with Keller Williams


Please help the Chamber welcome them and their new businesses to the area. 


Once a brick is purchased, we will place the brick in a local business temporarily until the bricks can be placed as the landscaping around the Calaboose when it’s restored.

Our Historic Calaboose Jail was built between 1911 and 1921. Situated between the Royse City water tower and the railroad tracks sits the dilapidated one-room concrete building. The doors are padlocked and the windows covered with iron bars, but gaping holes in its walls make entry a trivial task. Few people know it's there, and even fewer know its history. But for a time in the early 20th century it was the city jail. It is an old jail that was used for less dangerous offenders or a holding area until being taken to Dallas to be incarcerated. The Jail sits below surrounding terrain and is prone to flooding. It has been deteriorating for years and needs major repair work done before its total collapse.  The Royse City Chamber of Commerce has announced a fundraiser to restore the old structure and preserve a colorful piece of city history.

To purchase and personalize a brick use this link...

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save the Calaboose?
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