7/ 3 / 2019
Mission Statement:
...To advance, promote, and encourage successful business growth for our members.
In celebration of Independence Day, the Greater Mount Airy Chamber of Commerce will be closed tomorrow, July 4th. Enjoy the holiday!
Lunch With Leaders: Hometown Strong

At  Lunch With Leaders: Hometown Strong, held on June 25th,  attendees were able to hear from multiple State Agency Representative sitting throughout the room and were addressed by Eric Boyette, Secretary and State Chief Information Officer for the North Carolina Department of Information Technology, and Pryor Gibson, Hometown Strong Leader. They discussed topics like local broadband networks and cyber security, students and schooling, and leadership training. It was great to learn about the  Hometown Strong  initiative and all that they are doing to reach out to and help rural communities.A special Thanks to all who participated and supported this event.

View more photos of this event on the Chamber Website or Facebook Page.
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If you attended this event and were unable to ask your question, please contact us and we can forward your question to the correct agency representative.
Join the Facebook Group!

We've created a Facebook Group exclusively for members of the Greater Mount Airy Chamber of Commerce. This can be a great place to start conversations with other members in the group, share info and photos, and ask questions. It's easy to join, just click the Join Now button below.
Triad Chambers Meet

A meeting was held on June 28 with several of the Chamber CEOs from around the Piedmont Triad. This is a new group of Chamber professionals
who will be gathering to network and share ideas.

Pictured left to right:
Cathy Loveday, King Chamber; Linda Cheek, Wilkes County Chamber; Sharon Viera, Statesville Chamber; Caroline Moser, Davie County Chamber; Chris Comer, Kernersville Chamber; Mark Owens, Winston-Salem Chamber; Ditra Miller, Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber; Diane Sawyer, Reidsville, Chamber and Randy Collins with the Greater Mount Airy Chamber. Not pictured are four Chambers who could not attend the meeting: Bobby Todd, Yadkin County Chamber; Myra Cook, Yadkin Valley Chamber; Deborah Cooper, Greensboro Chamber and Katee Hettleman, with the Allegheny County Chamber.
Chamber Programs / Events
July 11, 2019 B.A.H.

Business After Hours next week will be hosted by The Vermeer Bed & Breakfast of Mount Airy. Click RSVP below to let us know you will be attending.

Special Entertainment: Husband and wife duo, Fox and the Phoenix
2019 Business After Hours Schedule
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Ribbon Cutting & Grand Opening - Foothills Hardware & Builders Supply
July 19th, 2019

Foothills Hardware & Builders Supply has opened an additional location in Mount Airy! Join the Chamber and many community members in celebrating the growth of this successful business with fun giveaways and hot dogs. The Grand Opening will be held on July 19th from 9am-2pm with a special Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at 10am. See you there!
July 25, 2019 Job Fair
Need to add more employees to your team? The annual Greater Mount Airy Chamber of Commerce Job Fair will be held at Mount Airy High School on July 25th, 2019.
Registration is open. Click the button below to learn more about how you can be a part of this event and register online .
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Member / Community Info.
Surry Community College - Small Business Center
Did you know the SBCN services, including the business seminars and webinars, are free? They are a community-based provider of education, training, counseling, networking, and referrals. Any small business owner or prospective small business owner can benefit!
Upcoming Free Seminars

Wednesday, July 24, 2019 11am-1:30pm
Location: King Public Library

Monday, July 29, 2019 3pm-4:30pm
Location: SCC Small Bus. Center J-Bldg

Thursday, August 22, 2019 6pm-8pm
Location: SCC V-Bldg 215

Does your insurance policy have you covered? Do you know how insurance companies define a flood? Do you know the waiting period when buying a flood policy? Do you know how to get help once the flood waters rise or you experience a mudflow?

The North Carolina Department of Insurance is here to help with these questions and much more.

Chief Deputy Commissioner of Insurance Dr. Michelle Osborne will direct the meetings in your area. Please invite your friends and neighbors, bring your questions, and be prepared!
A Town Hall meeting, scheduled in Dobson, is open to the public. See details below.

Thursday, July 11 – Noon
Farm Bureau Room
Surry County Service Center
915 E. Atkins Street
Dobson NC 27017