You’re cordially invited to attend our upcoming Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon on Tuesday, August 4th. We are excited to host a very special “Tourism Update” with all three of our local tourism directors: Michelle Allen, Director of the SPC Convention & Visitors Bureau Leslie Ikerd, Director of the Somerset Tourist & Convention Commission Frank Crabtree, Director of the City of Burnside Tourism Commission Our local tourism professionals are dedicated to supporting the travel and tourism industry by working together to effectively contribute to, increase and sustain a vibrant visitor economy of Somerset & Pulaski County. Please join for a candid discussion with Pulaski County’s three top tourism experts to discuss the good, the bad and the ugly side of tourism in 2020. Lunch will be held at The Center for Rural Development and will begin at 12:00 (Noon). Please make your plans to attend this very interesting luncheon.
August 4th Chamber of Commerce Monthly Luncheon
Members of the Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce are invited to attend the 2020 Legislative Meet-and-Greet scheduled for Thursday, August 27th at 5:30 p.m. at The Oak Hill House. Attending will be State Senator Rick Girdler (District 15), Rep. David Meade (80th District), Rep. Ken Upchurch (52nd District), Rep. Elect Josh Branscum (83rd District) and Rep. Elect Shane Baker (85th District). Network, meet legislators from your district and share your thoughts about your business and the business climate in Somerset-Pulaski County. The reception will give our membership an opportunity to speak one on one with legislators and have a short program where we hope to hear from our legislators about possible progress throughout our community. This event is generously sponsored by Windstream Communications. Admission is FREE for Chamber members, but there will be a $10.00 fee for all other attendees. FREE FOOD – HOUSE TOURS – MUCH MORE For more information, please contact the Chamber at 606-679-7323
August 27th Chamber After Hours at The Oak Hill House
The Shepherds Watch is a groundbreaking program that has been implemented to help deter crime and assist our local police agencies solve crimes more quickly by partnering with our local community. When a crime is committed …. time is of the essence. The longer a crime goes unsolved, the higher the chance it stays unsolved. By identifying the location of current video surveillance cameras throughout Pulaski County, crimes can be solved at a higher rate of speed by local police agencies. Security cameras are known to be one of the best tools that police have available to them when they’re seeking to investigate cases. Law enforcement has used cameras to help solve crimes ranging from drunk driving to kidnapping and murder. Enrolling your camera not only helps deter crime, but assists our local police departments in their overall crime prevention strategy in our neighborhoods. Enrollment Enrolling is simple and only takes about 10 minutes to complete the steps. You will provide basic information and tell us where your cameras are located. There is no cost associated with enrolling and is completely voluntary. Please note … the police depatrment will NOT have remote access to your cameras and your participation may be deleted at any time by […]
Shepherds Watch Crime Prevention Program
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 800 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 2019 as one community!
Somerset Food Truck Association
The Somerset, KY Food Truck Association exists to provide a voice and avenue for discussion, expansion, and support of the mobile commissary business in Somerset-Pulaski County.
Our goal is to support food truck owners and to act as a singular point of contact for the public looking to engage with food trucks. Our goal is to make it easier for the public to take advantage of food truck services in Somerset-Pulaski County.
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