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Chamber News

  • Chamber supports local businesses

    By MARY WALLACE
     
    July has proven to be a busy month with lots of exciting things happening in our community.
    With the hot heat of the summer and constant energy needed to cool off, electric bills can rise.
    The Chamber has found a solution to the problem. Thanks to our partnership with Duke Energy, we presented a free energy efficiency workshop.
    Participants were welcomed and educated by Danny Collins, Community Relations Manager, Michele Cavallo, Small & Medium Business Solutions Manager and Derick Farfan, Business Energy Manager.

  • Taco Bell opens

    SPECIAL TO THE NEWS

    Taco Bell Corp. and Vision Restaurants, Inc. are pleased to announce the opening of a new Taco Bell restaurant at 49 Preston Circle in Crawfordville.
    Taco Bell celebrated the opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony on July 25.

  • Chamber Chatter: New Member

    Daniel Lieb - Vision Restaurants Inc., DBA Taco Bell, specializing in Mexican inspired quick service food, 49 Preston Circle, Crawfordville    (850) 926-8226  or www.tacobell.com.

  • Cricket Wireless has new store

    SPECIAL TO THE NEWS

    Wakulla Chamber members and Retail Manager Marion Russ along with Assistant Retail Manager Josh Pfister, celebrated the inauguration of a new Cricket Wireless store on July 20.
    The new store is owned and locally operated by SunCom Mobile. This is the first Cricket Wireless store owned by Suncom Mobile in Wakulla County.

  • Ribbon cutting- Crawfordville Pharmacy
  • Ribbon cutting- Logan Roofing

    Logan Roofing held a ribbon-cutting at its new location. After 40 years in business, the new location is an extension of the life-long achievements of our family owned and operated company. The same quality and professionalism we have always shown elsewhere our community is now allowing us to show here in Wakulla. We can handle anything you can possibly throw at us from minor repairs to roof replacement, both commercial and residential.

  • Ribbon cutting- Mike's Feed Store
  • Lunch held at WEI, catered by Zaxby’s

    By PETRA SHUFF

    Many thanks go to Bob Ballard for the use of the Wakulla Environmental Institute for our monthly networking luncheon. Despite lightning taking out the air conditioner, the dog trot felt relatively comfortable, even with 100 percent humidity and 83 attending.
    Zaxby’s was pleased to cater our luncheon, and brought massive amounts of fried and grilled chicken, delicious pasta salad, fresh green salad with all the toppings, and an array of cookies. Zaxby’s has many catering options, so if you have never used them, please consider.

  • Chamber chatter June 8th 2017

    New members:

    • Wendy Brown - Born to Sparkle, LLC, specializing in retail, consignment of formal wear and pageantry, 1616 Crawfordville Hwy., Suite B, Crawfordville (850) 228-8305 or Facebook at NorthFloridaFormalWear.
    • Logan York - Seminole Carpet and Fire Water Restoration, specializing in carpet/upholstery/tile cleaning, fire/water/mold restoration, 400 Capital Circle SE #18221, Tallahassee, (850) 222-5326 or waterdamagetallahassee.com or seminolecarpetcleaning.com.

  • KWCB ribbon cutting

    Keep Wakulla County Beautiful and the City of St. Marks held a ribbon cutting ceremony to recognize a recent grant awarded KWCB by Zephyrhills Water.
    The grant was offered through Keep America Beautiful and KWCB was one of only four recipients of the grant in the state of Florida. The grant awarded 30 permanent mount recycle bins which are being placed at water entry points and parks around the county. These bins give access to on the go recycling for visitors and residents who utilize our parks and waterways. The grant is valued at over $20,000.