Charter Member on the Board of Trustees
The Hoover Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors in the past year established a new organization, the Board of Trustees. This newly established group is a highly recognized and prestigious group that carries several benefits. Charter Membership is open only during the next few months.
Click "go" to view a list of ways to become a Charter Member of the Chamber Board of Trustees and how this will benefit you and your business.
A Ribbon Cutting was held Wednesday, May 18 for the new expansion at the Anglin-Nelson Dental Office at 3825 Lorna Road, Suite 206 (behind Sam's Club) in Hoover. Shown cutting the ribbon is General Dentist Dr. Erin Nelson, and Pediatric Dentist Dr. Michael Anglin holds the bow. They are joined by a host of their staff members and friends, as well a several Hoover Chamber ambassadors, and Hoover City Councilman John Lyda on the back row. The office can be reached at (205) 988-9800 or www.birminghamkidsdentist.com
A Ribbon Cutting was held Thursday, May 5, 2016 at Cowboy Chicken Wood Fired Rotisserie, located at 830 Inverness Corners in Hoover. Shown cutting the ribbon is Manager Dia Zuaiter, as several team members help. They were also joined by representatives of the chosen benefactor, The Exceptional Foundation, and dozens of Hoover Chamber Ambassadors and representatives. Cowboy Chicken can be reached at (205) 637-5400
A Joint Ribbon Cutting and Open House was held Tuesday, May 24 for the remodeling and re-opening of the Hyatt Place Hotel-Birmingham-Inverness in Hoover. Shown cutting the ribbon is Trinet Hall, as Annette Scarborough holds the bow. The are joined by several staff members and ambassadors from both the Hoover Area Chamber and the Greater Shelby County Chamber of Commerce. They also hosted a Taste of 280, featuring sampling tables from a dozen or so restaurants located along the Highway 280 corridor! This Hyatt Place can be reached at (205) 995-9242
or contact Annette.Scarborough@hyatt.com
(5-16 Scholarships) $15,000.00 was awarded in Hoover Chamber Foundation scholarships at the May 19 chamber luncheon, where Alabama Lt. Governor Kay Ivey was our speaker. Shown l-r are 2016 Chamber President Chris Schmidt; Kennan Gawlowicz of Hoover High School; Rowan El-Qishawi of Hoover; Grace Huldtquist of Hoover; Kennedye McGhee of Spain Park; Stephen Ritchey and sister Elena Ritchey of Hoover; Bailey Garrett of Spain Park; and Paul Dangel, Scholarship Committee co-chair. Not shown are Ben Hartmann of Hoover, now attending U. of Alabama; and Terry Shea, Scholarship Committee co-chair. Rowan El-Qishawi was awarded the Inaugural Matthew and Dr. Abby Allen Scholarship of $2,500.00.