NEW to 2021: Member Memo is when we sit down with a Chamber member and ask them questions about their business and about their personal life so you can know them better!

We interviewed Stefanie Knight with Sweet Life Photography. Stefanie shares how she turned a fun hobby into a fun career and how she helps teens see themselves with confidence!
In this video, Clay & Alana Mintz of Mintz Machine tell us how they started a new business in the midst of a pandemic and the one thing you may not know about land clearing!
The Sylacauga Chamber of Commerce is honored to have been nominated for the following entries for "Best of the Coosa Valley" presented by RadioAlabama. Please vote for the Chamber in the following categories once per day until March 21st!
Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Tomorrow 3/19
Chamber Diplomats learn how to be of service to others by learning leadership skills, learning about various local businesses, and establishing a local network for letters of recommendations and possible access to scholarships.

Diplomats act as a representative of the Sylacauga Chamber at various Chamber events and have the opportunity to job shadow and learn more about career pathways of interest.

This is the first year of this new program established and organized by the Sylacauga Chamber of Commerce. This program was created to enrich and guide the future leaders of our workforce and connect these young leaders with a network of professional guidance during their high school career. 
The students chosen for this program have to be a current Sophomore or Junior in a high school in south Talladega County and be in good standing with at least a 3.0 GPA. The students also had to go through an interview process. 

This month, we introduce two of our Chamber Diplomats, Alyssa Miller and Madison White.
Alyssa Miller
Junior- Sylacauga High School
Madison White
Junior- Fayetteville High School
Monday, March 15th, the Sylacauga Chamber of Commerce welcomed six new members to its Board of Directors.

Pictured left to right: Henry Looney (Reaching the World Bible Church), Greta Spencer (Coosa Pines Federal Credit Union), Rhett Aderholt (Kabinett, LLC), Emily Gamino Vazquez (L'Acosta Mexican Restaurant), Oscar Crawley (Omya), and Renee Riggins (Retired educator).

We are excited for these great leaders to join in the effort of promoting the advancement of Sylacauga. Help us welcome them!

To view our complete Board of Directors, click here.
Sponsorship Opportunities Now Available!
Executive Director, Laura Strickland, shares how the Sylacauga Chamber is bringing back events that were postponed due to COVID-19. As a Chamber Member, you get exclusive access to advertise your business through sponsorships.
Now through April
Annual Tree & Plant Sale
Holmestead Farm

March 22, 2021
The Craft Studio: Camp Create
1205 North Main Avenue

March 19, 2021 | 1 pm
Sylacauga Nutrition Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting
1205 North Main Avenue

April 2, 2021
Odena Baptist Church Easter Egg Hunt

April 3, 2021
Baby Boutique Sidewalk Sale
Resources for Women (Marble City Plaza Shopping Center Hwy 21)

April 6-17, 2021
Sylacauga Magic of Marble Festival
Various Events

April 8, 2021
Chamber Connections and Ribbon Cutting
RadioAlabama (99 North Norton Avenue)
9 am

April 17, 2021
Kids Fishing Derby
Lake Howard
More information coming soon!

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Are you interested in being featured as the Member Spotlight and/or interviewed for the Member Memo? Contact the Chamber today to reserve your spot.
(256) 249-0308