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Bossier Chamber encourages businesses to Pack the Bus for Bossier Schools

July 29, 2022

Gather donations to support our schools It’s back-to-school time and the Chamber is helping Bossier Parish Schools gather needed supplies to fill in the gaps! BOSSIER CITY – The Bossier Chamber of Commerce, along with partners Advocate Advertising and Grind Engineering Labs, are hosting a Pack the Bus event to benefit Bossier Parish Schools on…

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Teal-Jones Group breaks ground on $110 million sawmill near Plain Dealing

July 12, 2022

Groundbreaking indicates a significant investment in north part of the parish State officials, economic development leaders and local collaborators celebrate jobs creation, economic activity and international investment with new NWLA facility Plain Dealing, LA – Gov. John Bel Edwards, Louisiana Economic Development (LED) Secretary Don Pierson, Greater Bossier Economic Development Foundation (GBEDF) and a host…

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Bossier Chamber launches new Military Community Champion program

May 17, 2022

Region’s FIRST program for recognizing businesses who champion our military The Bossier Chamber of Commerce is excited to introduce their much-anticipated Military Community Champion program. This program seeks to promote our businesses, schools and organizations that have made the commitment to intentionally provide support for our military connected individuals. The Bossier Chamber of Commerce, along…

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Bossier Chamber salutes Community Heroes

May 13, 2022

Inaugural events honors those who make a difference everyday NEW Chamber event: Salute to Community Heroes honors four individuals who go above and beyond quietly, every day. The Bossier Chamber held its inaugural Salute to Community Heroes event on Thursday, May 12 at Margaritaville Resort Casino. The event, presented by sponsor Willis-Knighton Health System, recognized…

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Bossier Chamber Vice President earns PCED certification

November 9, 2021

Designation will aid chamber in its work within community development Hemingway is just one of four people in the state of Louisiana with this designation. BOSSIER CITY — The Bossier Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that Jessica Hemingway, Vice President of the Bossier Chamber of Commerce, has earned the certification of Professional Community…

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Save the Date: Redistricting meeting Oct. 21

October 19, 2021

Redistricting = Representation Redistricting only happens every 10 years. This is your opportunity to let your voice be heard. Take it! I want you to know how vitally important it is for all of you to be engaged with the ongoing redistricting process in the state of Louisiana. This statewide process, which happens every 10…

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It’s time to talk about infrastructure

August 20, 2021

Infrastructure goes beyond roads and bridges Infrastructure is a pretty all-encompassing word.   We talk about it all of the time and much of the time we mean roadways and bridges. But infrastructure digs deeper – broadband, utilities and now the words “clean energy.”    At a local and state level, we’ve focused on large projects that need some work –…

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Resources for businesses with veterans in the workplace

August 17, 2021

Veterans from all eras are reacting to the events in Afghanistan Veterans from all eras are reacting to the events in Afghanistan, such as the U.S withdrawal and the takeover by the Taliban. Veterans may question the meaning of their service or whether it was worth the sacrifices they made. They may feel more moral…

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Bossier Chamber representatives graduate from Community Development Institute

August 11, 2021

Board member, VP complete community development program Jessica Hemingway, Vice President of the Bossier Chamber of Commerce, and Charley Kingery, Bossier Chamber Board Member and Sr. Business Development Manager graduated on Aug. 6, 2021 from Community Development Institute – Central (CDI) at the University of Central Arkansas. CONWAY, Ark. –  Jessica Hemingway, Vice President of…

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Louisiana Legislative Wrapup

June 15, 2021

Multiple bills set to head to Oct. ballot The wheeling and dealing and cheerleading and screaming have ended, thanks to a sine die from both chambers in time for the regular session deadline. The wheeling and dealing and cheerleading and screaming have ended, thanks to a sine die from both chambers in time for the…

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