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Member News: The 2023 Salary Guide: Employers’ Needs in a Still-Competitive Job Market

By | January 27, 2023

Strong competition for talent still defines today’s hiring market despite soaring inflation, rising interest rates and general chaos in global markets. Employers are also still dealing with the “Great Resignation,” which has evolved into more of a “Great Reshuffle,” as those who quit jobs are finding new careers rather than completely abandoning the labor force.…

Local Love 14 Days of Giveaways: Enter Now

By | January 24, 2023

Roses are red, Violets are blue, THE CHAMBER LOVES LOCAL, we know you do, too! Why must only one day be Valentine’s Day in February? Let’s share local love all month long – and beyond. Our 14 days of Giveaways event includes members of the Burleson Area Chamber of Commerce showing their love for customers…

What’s in Chamber Membership for You? Hint: it’s more than just a ribbon cutting

By | January 18, 2023

Years ago, businesspeople joined the chamber because it was expected. It was just something you did. These days membership isn’t automatic but it’s still a valuable investment in your business. In addition to networking events and ribbon cuttings, the chamber offers a lot of benefits that you can’t do for yourself, and chamber benefits can…

Member News: BBB — Preparing for situational scams in 2023

By | January 10, 2023

Every year, scammers and con artists capitalize on national, international and local situations to steal consumers’ personal information, time and money. While many scams reported to Better Business Bureau (BBB) are prevalent year-round, such as employment, online purchase or phishing scams, others surface in response to prevailing situations. To help anticipate when scams may leverage…

Member News: Burleson Animal Shelter Brings Christmas Cheer to Mustang Creek Estates

By | December 24, 2022

In addition to year-round visits from Clyde, the therapy dog, the shelter has made a Christmas morning gift distribution for residents even brighter Mustang Creek Estates, a neighborhood of homes for seniors in Burleson, was selected by the City of Burleson Animal Shelter to receive gifts from the Shelter’s annual holiday drive. The community has…

Member News: EECU now accepting applications for Glenn Mandeville Memorial Scholarship

By | November 29, 2022

EECU is now accepting applications for the Glenn Mandeville Memorial Scholarship. Each year, up to eight students are awarded $5,000 to help support the cost of their four-year bachelor’s degree. Learn more about the scholarship. How to applyInterested? Submitting your application online is easy! You’ll need to provide your contact information, high school transcripts, and…

What happened at the Chamber in November 2022?

By | November 29, 2022

It’s the final countdown to the end of 2022! In November, the Chamber kicked the month off with the Power of Heels annual Holiday Bazaar. That was such a fun event and we know everyone had a fantastic time. In addition to ribbon cuttings and our Network@Night, the Chamber also hosted a well-attended Lunch N…

It’s Small Business Season!

By | November 22, 2022

The Burleson Area Chamber of Commerce is encouraging every person of our community to support friends and neighbors by shopping, dining, and exploring our small businesses. Small Businesses Are a Big Deal to Burleson Small business made up over 60% of all new jobs this ye arand yet they face many challenges from rising costs…

Member News: Harvest House expands to meet the needs of a growing population

By | November 21, 2022

Three corporate funders have contributed to the good work being done at Harvest House in Burleson, where staff and volunteers provide food, clothing, and financial assistance to more than 12,000 clients each year. The HMSHost Foundation, Atmos Energy, and Texas Mutual Insurance have generously donated funds and equipment to aid Harvest House staff in achieving…

Member News: Hill College women’s basketball team filled with youth, speed

By | November 8, 2022

Hill College Head Women’s Basketball Coach Scott Hyland has continued his tradition of building and developing a national contender program as the 2022-23 women’s basketball season has officially begun. Although finishing first in the conference three out of the last four years (including a 13-3 conference championship finish last season), Hyland has been working with…



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