The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a Town Hall Meeting regarding the upcoming election to convert the Brownwood Economic Development Corporation to a Municipal Development District.
The meeting will be held on Thursday, March 31st at 5:30 PM at the TSTC Brownwood campus located at 305 Booker Street.
A short presentation will be given regarding the upcoming election on May 7th with a question and answer session to follow.
The Young Leaders of Brown County and the Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce will host their Spring Social on Tuesday, March 22nd beginning at 5:30 pm at Buffalo Wild Wings. These social events are an opportunity for local young adults to share ideas and engage with others passionate about making the community a better place to live, work and play.
This is an opportunity for young adults to get better connected in the community. Attendees can enjoy food and drinks, along with a chance to win some great door prizes – beginning at 5:30, Tuesday, March 22nd at Buffalo Wild Wings.
For more information on this event, call Jennifer Barberie at the Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce at 325-646-9535.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce and the Early Chamber of Commerce will host a forum for candidates running for Brown County Commissioner in the upcoming Primary Election.
The forum will be held on Friday, February 19th at the Brownwood Country Club with the buffet lunch opening at 11:30 AM and the forum beginning at noon. Cost is $14 per person for buffet lunch.
Candidates include: Brown County Commissioner Precinct 1 - Gary Worley (Incumbent), Tommy Blevins, Jimmy Trowbridge and Bob Contreras. Brown County Commissioner Precinct 3 - Wayne Shaw (Incumbent), Pat McLaughlin and Jessica Acker.
The luncheon is sponsored by Bruner Auto Group and Howard Payne University.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Wednesday, January 13th for Texas Massage Academy.
Texas Massage Academy is located in the "Heart of Texas" also known as "Texas Hill Country." Their 3,400 square foot facility is located at 400 Center Avenue in downtown Brownwood. The facility features a large lecture classroom capable of accommodating 18 students with cutting-edge audio visual equipment, computer aided easy-to-follow presentations for all lecture lessons, and anatomical charts to enhance your learning experience. Their mission is to empower students and optimize their full learning potential in a warm, safe, caring, and therapeutic environment while preparing them for a successful career path, embodying every aspect of business for success.
For more information on becoming a massage therapist, visit www.texasmassageacademy.com or contact Kathleen and Brandon Mazy at (325) 641-9106.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Tuesday, January 12th for Katharina Durke, an Independent Consultant for Arbonne International.
Arbonne skincare products, based on botanical principles, became a reality in the United States in 1980 and are now shared throughout the world through the Arbonne network of Independent Consultants. Building on these same founding principles, the product line has since grown to include both inner and outer health and beauty products that are unparalleled in quality, safety, value, benefits and results.
For more information on products and services contact Katharina at (254) 413-0728 or visit her online at http://katharinadurke.arbonne.com.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce will host their 4th annual Brownwood Area Bridal Fair on Saturday, January 23rd at the Depot Civic & Cultural Center in Brownwood.
The fair will host a variety of vendors and will be a resource for soon-to-be brides in planning their special day. Vendors will showcase their products and services and will be available with tips, techniques, and ideas for the perfect wedding. Photographers, florists, DJs, party rental, and venues as well as other businesses are just a few of the types of vendors that will be on hand during the event.
The bridal fair provides an opportunity for future brides to meet with businesses, all in one location, to help assist in planning the big day. Door prize drawings will be taking place throughout the day as well, including a grand prize drawing.
The Brownwood Area Bridal Fair will take place from 11 AM - 2 PM on Saturday, January 23rd at the Depot Civic & Cultural Center (600 E. Depot Street). Admission to the show is free.
Beginning at 12:30 PM, participants can enjoy a wine tasting. Tickets will be available for $1 per tasting
The Bridal Fair is sponsored by Green Acres Rental, the Hideout Golf Club and Comet and Wilson Cleaners.
Brownwood Mayor Stephen Haynes will give his annual State of the City address at the Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Friday, January 15th.
The luncheon will take place at the Coggin Avenue Baptist Church Connection Center from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM. Cost is $15 per person and includes lunch.
Mayor Haynes will recap the city happenings for 2015 and will talk about upcoming projects for the new year.
The luncheon is open to the general public. Reservations are required and payment can be made in advance at the Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce or at the door.
Register by calling the Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce at 325-646-9535 or go online at BrownwoodChamber.org.
This luncheon is sponsored by Oncor.
Table Sponsors -
Echo Wireless Broadband
McCoy's Building Supply Center
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for Texas Custom Interiors on Tuesday, December 29th.
Texas Custom Interiors is located at 3510 Hwy. 377 S. in Brownwood Texas. Mitch Huser started visiting Brownwood on a routine basis while working for Travis Tile out of Austin in the 1980's. He found himself captivated with the Brownwood community and its people. In 2010 Mitch and his wife Barbara opened Texas Custom Interiors in Brownwood. Texas Custom Interiors inventories, fabricates, and installs granite, marble and quartz stone products. They carry Blanco granite composite sinks as well as stainless sinks and porcelain bath vanity sinks. For more information contact Barbara and Mitch Huser at (325) 998-3666.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Monday, December 14th to welcome Jomio and Rueliete's Cards and Comics to its membership.
Owner JC Pruett has been in business for 5 years. Customers can play their favorite games collectible card games or role playing games while browsing through their stock of current and past comic books and toys.
Jomio and Rueliete's Cards and Comics is located at 2101 CR 381 in Early. For more information, contact JC at (325) 200-3802.