Chamber accepting Business Award Applications for Annual Celebration
JACKSON, TN – The Jackson Chamber is now accepting applications for the Annual Celebration Business of the Year Awards. The awards are designed to promote and celebrate outstanding businesses in the community.
“Our Jackson Chamber members are incredible. They understand the importance of supporting the community through their chamber membership,” says Alexis Long, manager of member engagement, Jackson Chamber. “One way we give back to them is through our Annual Celebration, accentuating members’ hard work, and honoring professional and community achievements.”
The awards will be presented at the Jackson Chamber’s Annual Celebration on March 15, 2018, at Union University’s Carl Grant Events Center. “The Celebration” will highlight the membership’s accomplishments throughout the year, honor chamber volunteers and recognize those businesses that have achieved ultimate success.
“Businesses in Jackson are the core of our community. They invest time, capital and provide jobs for a stable environment,” said Ben Ferguson, Jackson Chamber Board Chairman. “As chamber members and citizens, we are very thankful for these businesses, so we recognize them at the Jackson Chamber’s Annual Celebration.”
Awards will be given in the following categories:
• Business of the Year, 1-49 Employees
• Business of the Year, 50+ Employees
• Emerging Business of the Year
• Industry of the Year
• Non-Profit of the Year
• West Tennessee Healthcare Health and Wellness
Businesses may apply for one award category and must be a member of the Jackson Chamber in order to apply. To apply for an award, please visit the Jackson Chamber’s website at JacksonTN.com. The deadline to apply for an award is Monday, January 8, 2018 at 4 p.m. For more information, contact Alexis Long firstname.lastname@example.org or 423-2200.
About the Jackson Chamber:
The Jackson Chamber was founded in 1905 – seven years prior to the United States Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber consists of a diverse and talented staff, an executive committee, dedicated volunteers, and more than 1,350 business members – all committed to growing the economy and quality of life for everyone in Madison County and the region.