Tune into Talk 101.3 FM The Buzz radio show, Tuesday, June 4, to listen to this month’s ‘Chamber Connect’ broadcast, sponsored by Peoples Home Equity. Bernadette Douglas, Interim CEO & President and Executive Vice President will be the featured guest, talking about this year’s Mel Bedwell Small Business Person of the Year Award recipient and the Chamber's Leadership Cleveland program. The show will air live at noon and broadcast again at 6 p.m.
The 2019 Mel Bedwell Small Business Person of the Year clearly reflects the commitment to customer service and community that earned Jeff Wolfenden recognition by the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce, as winner of this year’s prestigious small business award, presented at a special luncheon on May 15. Staying power, growth in number of employees, increase in sales or unit volume, innovativeness of product or services offered, response to adversity, and evidence of contribution by the nominee to aid
Tuesday, June 11 is the next Chamber Membership Coffee, sponsored by Hospice of Chattanooga and held at the Chamber of Commerce offce. Festivities kick-off at 8:30 a.m. Hosting a future event is available for all members at the second tier of membership (Business Essential) and higher. If interested in hosting a future event, contact the Chamber’s Membership Accounts Representative, Larissa Coleman at 423-472-6587 or LColeman@ClevelandChamber.com.
Twenty-three promising future leaders representing Bradley Central, Cleveland and Walker Valley high schools and Tennessee Christian Preparatory School recently graduated from the 17th Youth Leadership class of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce. During special ceremonies held at Peerless Road Church, members of the Youth Leadership Class of 2018-19 recounted their nine-month program. Morgan Warner (BCHS), Jack Duncan (CHS), Hannah Hawkins (WVHS) and Mason Taylor (TCPS) talked about the year’s