Chattanooga Chamber Of Commerce MidTown Council To Host MidTown Business Fair On Dec. 12

Thursday, December 6, 2018

The inaugural MidTown Business Fair, hosted by the Chattanooga Chamber’s MidTown Council and slated for Dec. 12, champions organizations in the MidTown footprint.

Held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at SpareTime Entertainment ( 5518 Brainerd Rd.), attendees will enjoy a networking lunch and an opportunity to win one of two $25 gift cards.

“There will truly be something for everyone at the MidTown Business Fair, whether you’re seeking a health care provider, financial advice, volunteer opportunities or other connections to the historic and thriving MidTown community,” said Jason Skinner, MidTown Council board member. “Mark your calendar for Dec. 12 and join us in supporting economic growth and diversity within the area’s footprint.”

Participating organizations include:

·         Aspire Family Dentistry

·         Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Chattanooga

·         Chattanooga Room in the Inn

·         DexYP

·         Edible Arrangements

·         Girls Inc. of Chattanooga

·         Inline Electric Supply Company

·         Inspired Organizing, LLC

·         Optimal Health Care

·         Preferred Care at Home of Chattanooga

·         Signal Centers, Inc.

·         World Financial Group (WFG)

The Chattanooga Chamber's 12 area Councils are the backbone of the Chamber's volunteer presence. The Councils support businesses in specific geographic areas within Hamilton County, providing opportunities for Chamber members to get involved in solving problems, discussing issues and supporting events and civic projects that benefit businesses, schools and other constituencies within the Council's footprint.

At monthly meetings, members enjoy networking opportunities and stimulating speakers.

Each Council serves the unique needs of its members with its own board, strategic plan, annual budget, programs and initiatives.

Learn more here


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