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Active shooter incidents are unpredictable and evolve quickly. While it is unlikely that you will ever be involved in an active shooter incident, your chances for survival are best if you are prepared for the worst. Because active shooter situations are often over before law enforcement arrives on the scene, individuals must be prepared both mentally and physically to deal with an active shooter situation. In most cases, active shooters use guns and there is no pattern or method to their selection of victims. The Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce would like to invite you to attend our upcoming Active Shooter Preparedness Training on Thursday, August 23rd. The training will be held at Somerset High School in the W.B. Jones Auditorium and will begin at 5:30 p.m. At this session, you will learn what you need to do to prepare and empower yourself and others around you to actively participating in your own survival. While there are no guarantees, this training will greatly increase your odds of survival should you face this type of situation. This event is free to attend and seating will be on a first-come, first-serve basis. For more information, please contact the Chamber at 606-679-7323.
Active Shooter Training Presentation
You’re cordially invited to attend our upcoming Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon on Tuesday, September 4th. We are excited to have President and CEO of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, Dave Adkisson as our guest speaker. Adkisson is president and CEO of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, the largest business organization in Kentucky. During his seven years at the Kentucky Chamber, the organization has grown substantially, increased its professional staff to include six lobbyists, expanded its headquarters in Frankfort and placed a major emphasis on governmental relations. In 2007, the Chamber created a strategic plan for the state called the “New Agenda for Kentucky”, and the Chamber assembled a panel of Kentucky’s top CEO’s to conduct a major study of higher education In 2009, the Chamber released its 20-year analysis of state spending, called the Leaky Bucket report. The subsequent Leaky Bucket campaign has helped focus Frankfort’s attention on state spending problems and has helped force some long overdue solutions that will save Kentucky hundreds of millions of dollars. Adkisson is originally from Owensboro, Ky., where he began his career working for the local chamber of commerce. Later he was elected mayor of Owensboro. He was recruited in 1999 to […]
September 2018 Chamber of Commerce Monthly Luncheon
Welcome to the Somerset Pulaski Chamber of Commerce!
Since its inception in 1925, the Somerset Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce has been the premier advocacy organization for business in Pulaski County. With more than 700 members, we are working to promote a healthy and vibrant economy while protecting and advancing the interest of our members and the community as a whole. The chamber works in conjunction with citizens, businesses, educational and governmental partners to provide a positive business environment and improve the quality of life in the Lake Cumberland region.
The Chamber’s mission is to work every day to make our community a place where businesses can grow and prosper and where people want to raise their families. Business owners look to the Chamber for a venue to network and highlight their business from sole proprietors to the largest companies and employers in the area. We provide information for starting a business as well as business-building programs, employment outreach programs, and custom research for our chamber members.
Our Chamber of Commerce is committed to helping you succeed, and looks forward to continuing to work and grow together in 2018 as one community!
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