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Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce
Established in 1906, consisting of local businesses, organizations, professionals, and individuals who work together to improve our community and the area’s business climate.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce is a member-based organization designed to promote economic vitality in Brown County as well as equip businesses for success by providing opportunities for professional and business development, encouraging growth and collaboration between leaders, and being active advocates for local businesses.
The effectiveness of the Chamber is entirely dependent on member support and involvement. A volunteer board of directors governs the Chamber, and a professional staff runs the day-to-day operations. Committees of volunteers from member businesses help the Chamber implement and achieve its goals.
Sandy and Bob Snyder’s dream, the charming antique shop Junk & Disorderly, features a delightful jailhouse theme. From the antique ‘Paddy Wagon’ outside to the jail cell, the vigilant sheriff at his desk, and Scooter the Trustee welcoming guests at the door, the shop exudes a unique vibe. Read More
Visiting Angels tailors their approach to meet the unique needs and preferences of their clients. Their committed and dependable caregivers assist numerous older adults in living happily and safely at home, providing families with peace of mind. Read More
Sunflour Cafe offers a wide selection of appetizers from Chicken Salad Croissants, Korean Bulgogi Tacos, and the very popular Korean Loaded Spicy Ramen. The Cafe also offers Sunburst Energy Drinks at their new drive-through window, featuring fun names like Pretty in Pink, Palm Breeze, and Sunflour. They’re made with natural green coffee bean extract that, Stephanie says, “offers the same caffeine content as one cup of coffee, without a caffeine crash later on.” Sunflour Café is available for catering and accepts non-perishable, unexpired items for an on-site food pantry. Read More