Trumann Chamber Of Commerce

Mission:

Our mission is to enhance the civic, commercial, industrial, agricultural and economic well-being of the City of Trumann.

Trumann Chamber of Commerce, a non-profit organization founded in 1963, operates under the direction of a Board of Directors as set forth in the By-Laws. Each year 5 members of the Board retire and 5 new members are elected. Officers of the Board consist of a President, President-elect, Secretary, Treasurer, and Past-President. The Executive Director and Mayor are ex-officio members of the Board.

 

The Board meets on the second Thursday of each month at Couch’s Log Cabin BBQ at noon.

 

By-Laws
Activities & Services:

The Chamber promotes a number of activities and annual events in the community:

 

  • sponsors the General Membership Meeting and Annual Awards Banquet
  • sponsors the Honor Graduate Reception
  • offers the Floyd A. Smith Memorial Scholarship to a graduating senior
  • sponsors the Wild Duck Golf Tournament
  • sponsors the Wild Duck Disc Golf Tournament
  • sponsors the Wild Duck Festival
  • sponsors the annual Trumann Christmas Parade
  • hosts Ribbon Cuttings and Grand Openings for all businesses and organizations
  • sponsors Business After Hours receptions
  • sponsors Buy Local Campaigns among community merchants
  • markets and promotes member organizations through social media and the chamber website
  • annually surveys businesses and industries regarding recruiting, wage information, and to identify needs and concerns
  • works with Trumann Industrial Development Commission to assist existing and new industry through its Business Retention and Expansion program
  • supports Trumann Schools programs and activities
  • supports local organizations and their projects
  • cooperates with the City on community development projects and programs
  • maintains the Chamber website with Chamber & City information
  • promotes programs that enhance civic service and pride
  • recognizes businesses and industries that reach milestones in service, records, and years in business
  • supports the Sims-Talbot Adult Education & Workforce Development Center