Business After Hours
Community Power Breakfast and Business after Hours are hosted by different businesses to bring people together within the county to visit and learn about the host business.
These events are open to everyone (business and public) who might want to attend.
State Sen. Robert Thompson (center) visits with Lawrence County Chamber Board members Lloyd Clark (left) and Valarie Green during a Chamber Power Breakfast hosted by First National Bank in Walnut Ridge.
Don Cavenaugh (from left), owner of Cavenaugh Auto Group, visits with David Coker of Coker Insurance and Williams Baptist College President Dr. Thomas Jones during a Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce Power Breakfast, hosted by Cavenaugh Chevrolet, GMC, Buick in Walnut Ridge.
You're Invited to Become a Member of the Lawrence County Chamber
BECAUSE – You are a a citizen doing business in this county and sharing in its prosperity. The obligations of business citizenship challenge every person and institution to subscribe actively to the advancement of the community of which they are a part.
BECAUSE – You prosper as our county prospers. By helping to build a thriving community your investment is strengthened and your opportunities are broadened. You have a personal interest in these objectives.
BECAUSE – Progress and prosperity depend on the development of a sound economic and social structure. These result from vigilant aggressiveness and a continuing program of activities designed to cultivate opportunities and capitalize advantages.
BECAUSE – The support of all business and professional men and women is necessary to bring about the economic improvement of our county and the civic and business development demanded by our modern standards of living.
BECAUSE – These goals can be reached only by united effort through an organization equipped to study and conduct a sound program of community progress.
BECAUSE – The Chamber of Commerce is the only organization consistently and exclusively engaged promoting the civic and economic development of YOUR community in Lawrence County. The Chamber is the only organization whose sole business is the business of business.