Montgomery, Ala. – March 17, 2020 – Based on guidance from Governor Kay Ivey and public health professionals regarding COVID-19, the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce is moving to remote work for the immediate future. All Chamber facilities and in-office operations are closed effective March 16th and remain closed until April 4th at 8:30 am. At that time, we will evaluate the ability to reopen our facilities and return to full on-site staffing.
Larger Chamber gatherings and events have been either postponed or canceled through May 15th. A complete list is available on the Chamber web site.
“By limiting social interaction, we can ensure our community and economy quickly return to normalcy. While our facilities may be closed, our team will be working to support local businesses and our hospitality partners throughout this challenging time,” said Chamber President and CEO Anna Buckalew.
In the meantime, Chamber staff will be available as usual via phone or email. The public is invited to visit the Chamber’s website at www.montgomerychamber.com for further information regarding event cancellations or postponements, to access a full Chamber staff directory, and for continuous updates regarding COVID-19 and resources for your business.
ABOUT THE MONTGOMERY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
With a mission to create jobs and a better quality of life in Montgomery and the River Region, the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce is a full spectrum economic development corporation representing 1,700 organizations and business and more than 80,000 employees throughout Montgomery and the River Region. The Montgomery Chamber is an innovative, consolidated organization that addresses destination tourism, economic development, business development, workforce development, and community strategies under one umbrella, linking the public and private sector around a shared vision and providing tremendous value to its investors.
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