You’re cordially invited to attend our upcoming Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon on Tuesday, April 4th at The Center for Rural Development at 12:00 (Noon). We are excited to have Kentucky Secretary of Education, Hal Heiner & Campbellsville University Regional Director of Development, Wesley Carter as our guest speakers. Hal Heiner is a longtime Kentucky resident of Kentucky and has been an active community leader. He has served as a vice chair of Greater Louisville, Inc., and in 2002, he was elected to the Louisville Metro Council where he spent eight years focusing on finding efficiencies in services, government transparency and innovative ways for the community to grow and prosper. Wesley Carter is a graduate of Campbellsville University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Political Science (2011), Master’s of Business Administration with an emphasis in marketing (2013), Master’s of Theology (2014) and Master’s of Management and Leadership (2015). Wesley is completing his doctor of business administration from Walden University. He is currently finishing his dissertation, which is on the relationship between traditional marketing, social media marketing, and alumni financial support at colleges and universities. Please mark your calendars to attend this event. We will also be presenting the winner of the 4th Annual Young Entrepreneurs Academy at the luncheon. The winner […]
April Chamber of Commerce Monthly Luncheon
We are pleased to present our 2016 Year End Review, which highlights our initiatives and accomplishments over the past year. The Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce has continued to stay focused on its core mission, which is to Advocate for, Connect with, and Educate our local business community. The Chamber’s Board of Directors, Ambassadors, committee members and staff pursue that mission with passion and determination, because we understand how important a vibrant, growing local economy is to Pulaski Countians. With over 675 members, the SPC Chamber of Commerce is the largest business support organization in Southeast Kentucky. The Chamber stands behind a promise to its members and the community to empower and facilitate success for small businesses, increase and utilize legislative influence for job and economic growth, and maintain and improve the quality of life in the region to facilitate a healthy community where residents and business can prosper. We believe that the local business community is the heart and soul of Pulaski County. Moving into 2017, the Chamber is committed to providing its members with the resources they need to succeed, attracting high-level talent to the region, encouraging continued investment and innovation, and showcasing the region as a great place to […]
2016 Chamber of Commerce Annual Report
It’s once again that time of year when the Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce elitists the assistance of our local business community to help volunteer a few hours of your time to collect trash alongside Highway 27. I am sending you this email to ask for your assistance with the 2017 Highway 27 Clean Sweep on Thursday, April 27th. The 9th Annual Highway 27 Clean Sweep is an opportunity for Chamber business’s to demonstrate personal responsibility by volunteering to pick up litter along roadsides and local tourist attractions. Coordinating such a large campaign requires lots of participation, so we greatly appreciate your willingness to once again pitch in and make a difference. With your assistance, a total of 1,090 volunteers from 65 different businesses donated 1,569 hours to remove 679 bags of trash along Highway 27 and surrounding areas during the day-long event, making this one of the largest Highway 27 Clean Sweeps ever !!! We are currently looking for new businesses interested in helping out with this great community event. If you would like to learn more, please contact the Chamber of Commerce at 606-679-7323 or email@example.com and we can provide you with details on how your business can get involved.
9th Annual Highway 27 Clean Sweep
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 650 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 2016 as one community!