55 South Parrott Ave.
Okeechobee, FL 34972
Welcome to the Chamber Chatter Blog written by the Staff at the Chamber of Commerce of Okeechobee County. On this platform like so many of our others you find announcements, business updates, business product reviews, and so much more. If it relates to business or our members you'll probably find something about it on here. Have fun browsing!Results Found: 8Tuesday, April 13, 2021
Welcome to April’s edition of Chamber Chatter in this issue we are celebrating not only the newly installed Hiker’s Kiosk on the Property but the 10th Anniversary of the Chamber of Commerce of Okeechobee County and new office space for the Guardian Ad Litem Program! March has a whirlwind of excitement and long hours, but spring has finally sprung, and we are looking forward to the possibilities! Speaking of possibilities if you or someone you know is looking for work look no further as we have just a few
Mariah ParriottTuesday, January 5, 2021
So yesterday we introduced our new Board Members but we don't want the veteran directors to feel left out, and plus this picture is absolutely awesome! Thank you Tabitha Trent, Terry Burroughs, Russ Brown, Jeff Jones, Commissioner Kelly Owens, Christine Brennan Bishop, Mickey Bandi, Brian Melear, and Niki Salmon Broker/Owner Remington Real Estate for serving the Chamber!
Mariah ParriottMonday, January 4, 2021
Whew..... We have been bursting at the seams to introduce our newest board additions for the 2021 year! We are so pleased to have Amy Daniel, Ken Keller, and Rebecca Marsocci serving on the Chamber Board and our members. Congratulate them when you see them!
Mariah ParriottMonday, November 9, 2020
Small Business Saturday falls on November 28, 2020, the Saturday between Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Created by American Express, this holiday celebrates small businesses and getting consumers to participate in the #ShopSmall movement in their local communities and neighborhoods.
Deborah SweeneyMonday, November 9, 2020
Most people think of “Shop SmallⓇ" as the rallying cry to encourage communities to support the mom-and-pop retailers in their towns. But local service-based businesses can be a part of the Small Business SaturdayⓇ (the Saturday after Thanksgiving) excitement, too.
Nellie AkalpFriday, July 31, 2020
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