The Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce is committed to growing business and building community. The chamber provides numerous opportunities for businesses to build new contacts throughout the area.
As the voice of business, both big and small, government relations and lobbying for legislation that benefits business is a priority. Recruiting and working with new businesses helps to maintain a viable community. And through building a stronger community, broadening educational opportunities and maintaining a high quality of life, a quality workforce will continue to grow.
The Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce is accredited by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and is one of only 113 chambers of commerce nationwide to be awarded the highest level of accreditation, five stars.
The Chamber strives for a vision of quality, growth and opportunity for the community. Daily, the Chamber’s seeks to fulfill the mission: to be the voice of business, to promote and initiate responsible economic growth, and to address community challenges in the Rogers and Lowell area, and the region.
Chamber Voice Podcast Ep. 67 Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge
In this episode of the Chamber Voice of Business Podcast, VP of Downtown Development Karen Wagaman hosted Cheryl King, Promotions Coordinator for Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge. Turpentine Creek invites you to celebrate their 29th Anniversary with Paws In Pools, an online auction scheduled for 8 a.m. Friday, April 30 – 8 p.m. Sunday, May 2. Proceeds from this auction will allow animal residents the opportunity to enjoy new water features that provide enrichment and relief from the summer sun! Our friends at Turpentine Creek are building new, in-ground swimming areas for these water-loving critters. Your funds can help care for and maintain the current stock-tank pools while gearing up to build new and natural pools. Learn more at https://www.facebook.com/events/980185975719624 and click on the link for the online auction.
Chamber Voice Podcast Ep. 66 University of Arkansas Workforce Development
In this episode of the Chamber Voice of Business Podcast, SVP of Economic Development Steve Cox sat down with David Snow and Meredith Adkins, who work on Economic Development and Industry/Community Engagement at the University of Arkansas. They discussed the importance of workforce and education in their roles of training the next generation of business leaders in Northwest Arkansas and developing our region's talent pipeline.
Chamber Voice Podcast Ep. 65 Eve Aldridge - NWACC
In this episode of the Chamber Voice of Business Podcast, SVP of Economic Development Steve Cox hosted Eve Aldridge, Director of Training and Community Development with NorthWest Arkansas Community College. They discussed the importance of workforce development, offerings that NWACC is providing, and the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Academy.
Chamber Voice Podcast Ep. 64 Rogers New Tech High School
In this episode of the Chamber Voice of Business Podcast, SVP of Economic Development Steve Cox hosted William Felts, Work-Based Learning Coordinator for Rogers New Technology High School. They discussed the importance of work-based learning, workforce development and an upcoming career fair at RNTHS.
Chamber Voice Podcast Ep. 63 City Of Rogers Diversity
In this special #BlackHistoryMonth episode of the Chamber Voice of Business Podcast, SVP of Economic Development Steve Cox talked with Rogers City Councilwoman April Legere and Mandel Samuels of the City of Rogers Planning Commission about the importance of civil engagement and representation as Northwest Arkansas continues to increase in its diversity.
Chamber Voice Podcast Ep. 62 Big Frog Custom T-Shirts Support NWA Fundraiser
In this episode of the Chamber Voice of Business Podcast, VP of Downtown Development Karen Wagaman talked with Mara Dougherty of Big Frog Custom T-Shirts about the Support NWA Fundraiser currently ongoing that benefits local businesses. Businesses can submit a logo design to be printed on a t-shirt, and will receive a portion of the proceeds for each shirt that is sold while the promotion lasts.
Wonderful, Locally-Produced Podcast from Arkansas
The folks running this podcast do an excellent job of keeping everything focused on the NWA area and how that area is a treasure to Arkansas. It’s wonderful to listen to local election officials as well as business leaders about everything going on in Northwest Arkansas. A treasure like NWA should be shared with as many folks as possible, and this podcast is a great step towards that goal!