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Burleson Businesses Encouraged to Apply for Training Funds

By | February 7, 2024

Workforce Solutions for North Central Texas (WSNCT) has funding available to support the training needs for your business. This funding is available for employers to providing upskilling training that will result in an industry-recognized certification.  This effort was designed to address the skills gaps throughout the state and increase skilled workforce in high-demand occupations to support…

Local Businesses Asked to Help Provide ‘More in BISD’

By | February 6, 2024

More in BISD is about ensuring employees have a fulfilling and rewarding experience in BISD. We understand the importance of a balanced life and aim to support employees’ well-being both inside and outside of work. If you know a local business or restaurant that offers discounts, errand services, and/or conveniences to BISD employees, please let…

Volunteers Needed for BTX Honey Tour Bike Ride

By | December 13, 2023

We’re gearing up for the annual BTX Honey Tour Bike Ride, a cycling event that winds through the picturesque landscapes of rural Johnson County, Texas. The next event is on May 25, 2024 and we’re calling on community members to volunteer and help make this event a huge success. Whether you’re a cycling enthusiast, love…

7 Things to Put Your Small Business on the Nice List

By | December 11, 2023

Well Burleson, there are about three weeks left in the largest retail spending season of the year. If you own a small business and you want to ensure you bring in the most revenue possible in the next several weeks, there are a few things you must have in place. Just as Santa is making…

Burleson Police Launch Campaign to Aid Domestic Violence Victims

By | December 4, 2023

BURLESON, TEXAS – In a significant step toward supporting survivors in abusive relationships, the Burleson Police Department, in collaboration with its Victims Assistance Department, has launched a new campaign aimed at providing discreet aid to those in need. Understanding the difficulties and fears associated with reporting domestic violence, BPD has introduced a unique solution: self-adhesive…

Member News: Bridging Generations

By | October 19, 2023

Elk Creek, the esteemed senior living community nestled in the heart of Burleson, TX, recently hosted a day that epitomized the power of intergenerational connections and quality time. The community welcomed the Burleson High School Volleyball Team, and what ensued was a testament to the warmth of human interaction. Elk Creek brought together its cherished…

BACC Welcomes Melissa Miller as New Executive Director

By | September 12, 2023

The Burleson Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to name Melissa Miller as its new executive director, effective Sept. 20. Miller will succeed Gabrina Daniels, who has led the Chamber with distinction for the past two years. BACC Board Chair Kendall Frazier said she is confident Miller’s enthusiasm and dedication to the community will further…

Member News: Update from Harvest House

By | August 31, 2023

 Little Red School House Update   We served right at 300 children with complete backpacks, including headphones, a computer mouse, thumb drives, a water bottle, and all the essentials. (Surprisingly those things are on every supply list!) We had generous donations from many individuals and organizations; like Bombas socks! Every kiddo got 5 pairs of…

Maximizing your Chamber Membership: A Roadmap to Success

By | August 22, 2023

  Welcome to the vibrant community of Burleson, Texas! As a local business owner, you’ve taken a significant step by joining the Burleson Area Chamber of Commerce. A chamber of commerce is like a central meeting place for businesses in a town. It’s important because it helps businesses work together, share ideas, and grow. Even…

Member News: Hill College invites community to celebrate its centennial anniversary

By | August 21, 2023

Hillsboro, Texas—This September, Hill College celebrates its centennial anniversary with a series of commemorative events for students, alumni, employees, and community members. Over the last 100 years, Hill College, initially established as Hillsboro Junior College in 1923, has grown from one of the first public junior colleges in the state to a renowned institution that…



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