Thank you V12 Texas Smoke House for joining the Chamber.

Locally owned and operated, V12 Smoke Shop offers a wide variety of CBD, hemp, and other homemade products here in the True Heart of Texas.

Check them out on Facebook or Instagram @V12TxSmokeHouse for more information!

We look forward to serving you!

February Renewals
1st Quarter Good News Luncheon
sponsored by Brady National Bank
The 1st Quarter "GOOD NEWS" business luncheon, sponsored by Brady National Bank and presented by the Brady/McCulloch County Chamber of Commerce, is scheduled for Wednesday, March 17, from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Ed Davenport Civic Center. A catered meal will be provided. Tickets for the luncheon are $15 for members or $20 for future members and can be reserved through the Chamber office. 

 Masks and social distancing are strongly encouraged. 

Please let us know if you are planning to attend by 12:00 pm, Monday, March 15th. Contact us at (325) 597-3491 or RSVP below to reserve tickets for you and your staff!
We are pleased to have the Brady National Bank sponsor our second quarter business luncheon. The general public is invited to attend this informative networking event for lunch and to learn more about the numerous positive things happening in Brady and McCulloch County.

** By submitting this RSVP, you acknowledge and accept the financial responsibility associated with your reservation. **

Town Hall
Join us next Thursday, March 11, at 6pm at the Ed Davenport Civic Center for a joint Public Safety Town Hall with the Brady Police Department, McCulloch County Sheriff’s Office, McCulloch County Crime Stoppers and more...
Did you know that Brady/McCulloch County Chamber of Commerce belongs to a network of state organizations that lobby on behalf of business?

Here are some recent advocacy efforts.
For more information, visit the Texas Downtown Association
For more information, visit the Texas Travel Alliance
Collaboration versus Competition
If there is one thing the pandemic has forced businesses to do is to think outside the traditional business box. Under the circumstances, getting a leg up on the competition has become more irrelevant and surviving has become the top priority.

Businesses, which once avoided collaboration, are now working hand in hand to provide front-line products such as PPE equipment, logistics, and supply chain. As the pandemic continues to disrupt everyday life, businesses need to release the idea of gaining an advantage over the competition and, instead, take on a collaborative mindset to open up possibilities of reaching new markets and opportunities.

Questions or Comments

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We look forward to serving you in 2021!