Chamber Connection For July 18, 2019

By Lezley Brown, President/CEO, Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce

It’s time again for a huge night of networking sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce! The Chamber is hosting The Chamber Showcase, a night of networking that features Chamber members in Hopkins County, on Thursday, Aug. 1, at the Sulphur Springs Country Club. Booth space is already sold out, but we encourage you attend the event for $10 and enjoy the opportunity to do it all in one night… just imagine food show + exhibit hall + speed networking! This will be a huge value and opportunity for you and your business! Only Chamber members may host booths, but anyone may attend to network and meet business professionals from our area. You will be so glad you came! Call the Chamber to ask questions or make reservations at (903) 885-6515.

The Chamber is excited to announce our vendor call for the Stew Fest Market! On July 1, the Chamber began accepting vendors for the Stew Fest Market, which will be located on the south side of Buford Park during Friday night and Saturday Stew Contest activities. This is a great opportunity to sell goods or to promote your business to 7,000 people who attend the Stew Contest annually. Vendors may rent booth space to sell goods or distribute information about their business. Booths will be assigned on a first-paid basis. Access to electricity is not guaranteed. Generators are permitted. Desserts may be sold, but no other food or drinks may be distributed. Vendors who are interested in purchasing booth space, call the Chamber of Commerce at (903) 885-6515.

Chaffer’s Place presents their monthly concert

Chaffer’s Place, located at 410 Main Street in Sulphur Springs, is hosting a live concert called The Franklin Wonder Tribute Show. Concert will be held on July 18, and doors will open at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 at the door, and $25 for table reservations. This includes dinner and a show! For more information call 470-848-2246 or visit www.ckproductions.info.

Prim Rose Estates is participating in Operation Fresh and Spicy Supply Drop

Prim Rose Estates is participating in Operation Fresh and Spicy Supply Drop which is a drive to gather goods for the troops. They are looking for donations of hot sauce, beef jerky, icy hot, black socks, wet wipes, 5-blade razors, Axe body spray, and hand sanitizer. Goods will be collected until July 22, at Prim Rose Estates located at 1000 South League Street. Please drop off items if you can!

Hunt Regional is offering Mobile Mammography Coach in Sulphur Springs

Hunt Regional Hospital is offering the Tubby Adkisson Memorial Mobile Mammography Coach on July 25, in the Spring Village Shopping Center in Sulphur Springs. All insurances accepted at Hunt Regional are also accepted for the Mobile Mammography Coach, including Medicare and Medicaid. To schedule individual screening mammograms, please call (903) 408-5010. Appointments and pre-registration are requested.

Main Street Theater Children’s Workshop Presents Jungle Book

The Main Street Theater Children’s Summer Workshop Presents Jungle Book on two upcoming weekends. The first weekend is July 26 and 27 at 7 p.m., with a 2 p.m. matinee performance on the 28th. The second weekend of performances will be Aug. 2 and 3 at 7 p.m., with a matinee performance on the 4th at 2 p.m. Online reservations can be made at www.communityplayersinc.com or by calling (903) 885-0107. Main Street is located at 225 Main Street in Sulphur Springs.

RIBBON CUTTINGS

Meraki hosted one-year anniversary celebration

Meraki, located at 217 Main Street in Sulphur Springs, hosted their one-year anniversary celebration and ribbon cutting at noon Wednesday, July 10. Make sure to go by and congratulate Meraki on their first year of business in Hopkins County.

Rock Creek celebrated their 10th Anniversary

Rock Creek Health & Rehab celebrated their 10th anniversary of operating in Hopkins County. They hosted a Business After Hours on Tuesday, July 16, from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. with a ribbon cutting at 5:30 p.m. Rock Creek is located at 1414 College Street.

Author: Faith Huffman

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