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  • Beebe Chamber Member Directory

    Beebe Chamber Directory A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V W Freedom Farms K9, LLC. Brandy & Brandon Harris 72 Matt Lane Austin AR 72007 501-605-6888 Airship Photography Andy Nicholas 443 Jones Rd Beebe, AR 72012 501-281-0602 Myers-Davis Life Coaching Jim Pratt 1141 E. Main St # 102 Batesville, AR 72501 870-569-1052 Building Bridges Developmental & Community Services, Inc. Ashley Fugo 207 W. Plaza Cabot, AR 72023 501-628-5580 3n1 Tech Solutions Danny Hackworth 125 Hudson Branch Dr. Austin, AR 72007 501-229-9805 Cabot Emergency Hospital Laiken Gulley 212 Willie Ray Drive Cabot, AR 72023 501-333-9113 Lavish Salon Whitney Miller 2108 Dewitt Henry Suite B Beebe, AR 72012 5015816354 Crown Entertainment Group Natalie Ballard 1906 S. Pine, Suite B Cabot, AR 72023 501-394-8657 Southern Paramedic Service Karen James 405 West Fourth Street Brinkley, AR 72086 501-607-1084 Hometown Sporting Events Maggie Dent ​ Beebe, AR 72012 ​ TSPA ​ 13125 HWY 107 Sherwood, AR 72120 ​ Representative District 59 Jim Wooten PO Box 1330 Beebe, AR 72012 501-858-7403

  • Member Benefits | Beebe Chamber

    Why YOU should be a member. Joining the Beebe Chamber of Commerce is your key to unlocking a wealth of benefits for your business. As a member, you will become part of a vibrant community of proactive business leaders and dedicated professionals who are committed to the growth and success of the Beebe area. By joining, you gain access to valuable networking opportunities, business resources, and promotional avenues that will help elevate your brand visibility and connect you with potential customers and partners. Don't miss out on the chance to tap into the power of collaboration and gain a competitive edge. Join the Beebe Chamber of Commerce today and let us help you thrive. ​ For any membership related questions, please contact Camille Stout, Executive Director at BECOME A MEMBER Networking Need additional business contacts? The Chamber holds a member luncheon every month so members can meet, develop business relationships, and increase their professional network. Held the 2nd Tuesday of the month, Member Lunch is the Chamber’s largest monthly event. It attracts many business professionals. Education and Community Engagement Learn about a topic that promotes economic success in the business community. Each luncheon focuses on one of the four cornerstones for a Chamber of excellence, education, economic development, healthcare, and public safety. Only Chamber members may participate. Visibility Chamber members are able to leave business cards and company-related brochures on display in our lobby. The Chamber is often the first stop for visitors and new residents of Beebe. Holding a special event? You can add your event to our member events calendar. Events coming up in the next week will be listed in the e- newsletter. Businesses that are new to the Chamber, under new ownership, or opening a new location are able to schedule a ribbon cutting. Ribbon cuttings are available Monday thru Thursday at 12:00 pm or 5:00 pm. We will bring everything you need from the large scissors, ribbon, and camera, and notify all members. Photos taken will be sent to you and posted in our newsletter and on our Facebook page. Committees The Chamber board is a pro-active, networking arm of the Chamber that participates in ribbon cuttings and groundbreakings, welcoming new members to our organization. They also recruit new members and meet for lunch. This is a great opportunity to meet business owners that are new to Beebe. Chamber members can also get involved with our special events committees, the Fallin' Black Bird Festival and 5K committee and the Annual Chamber Banquet Committee, or with the Christmas Parade. Referrals Looking for potential customers and leads? The Chamber can help. Each day the Chamber receives phone calls and emails from potential customers looking for businesses that can help them with specific goods or services. We recommend Chamber member businesses when we receive a referral request. In addition to the telephone calls and walk-in inquiries, the online business directory helps people find your business 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week. Advertising & Sponsorships Need to connect with potential customers? Sponsorships of Chamber events are available. There is something for every budget. 2023-2024 Silver Sponsors

  • 2024 Solar Eclipse | Beebe Chamber

    2024 American SOLAR ECLIPSE The Beebe Chamber of Commerce is thrilled to be your host for the 2024 Great American Solar Eclipse. On Monday, April 8, 2024, Beebe will be in the path of a total solar eclipse and will be able to experience 2 minutes and 46 seconds of total darkness. We are excited to share this once in a lifetime opportunity with all our friends and visitors in 2024. This is a great chance for everyone to witness one of nature’s most spectacular events. We look forward to seeing you in Beebe for the 2024 Great American Solar Eclipse! Order Commerative T-shirt Events Order Commerative Shirts Check back soon, shirts will be available this fall and will feature the graphic above! How do I find glasses? The community is in discussions on how many to order. Check back soon for details as to where to pick them up! Festivities & Map Check back soon for a traffic flow map and various festivities surrounding the eclipse. Where to watch? Experience the awe-inspiring phenomenon in Beebe. Join us as we prepare for this rare celestial event. Discover the best viewing spots, exciting events, and educational opportunities surrounding the eclipse. 2023-2024 Silver Sponsors

  • Things to Do | Beebe Chamber

    TOP 12 Fun Things to Do in Beebe Beebe is a vibrant and welcoming city located in the heart of Arkansas. As the Beebe Chamber of Commerce, we are proud to promote the unique gems that Beebe has to offer. From fishing in the community pond, playing ball at the park, enjoying performing arts and community events, to shopping for vintage goods at local flea market and antique stores or an amazing boutique shopping experience, there’s something for everyone in Beebe. Stop by and explore all that Beebe has to offer! 01 Enjoy a wide variety of city parks Explore our city parks, enjoy playing sports or simply take in the local attractions, we have plenty to keep you entertained. We strive to make Beebe a great place for everyone to live, work and play. Connect with us to learn about our latest events, community initiatives, and more. Get ready to explore the city through the eyes of the Beebe Chamber of Commerce. 02 Veterans Memorial Beebe is honored to pay tribute to the brave men and women who have served our country through the Veterans Memorial. Our memorial is dedicated to honoring those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation and serves as a reminder of their courage and dedication. We invite the community to visit the memorial and reflect on the service and dedication of our veterans. It is our mission to ensure that their sacrifices are never forgotten. 03 Home to the Fallin' Blackbird Festival The Beebe Chamber of Commerce is proud to host the Fallin Blackbird Festival every year. This event celebrates the town’s unique history, which includes the mysterious fall of thousands of blackbirds from the sky in 2010 and again in 2011. At the festival, you can enjoy food, music, and activities with friends and family. You can also learn more about the strange event that happened long ago and take part in a variety of activities that commemorate the town’s heritage. Join us this year to experience the fallin blackbird festival in all of its glory! 04 Enjoy fishing at the community pond Beebe Chamber of Commerce is home to a beautiful community pond. Whether you’re an experienced angler or simply looking to enjoy a quiet place with friends and family, the pond is the perfect spot. We host an annual fishing derby for everyone to enjoy, so be sure to bring your lawn chair, bait and fishing gear. The pond is open to all ages, so don’t hesitate to come and take part in the fishing fun! 05 Independance Day Celebration Beebe hosts the annual 4th of July Extravaganza at the Beebe Ballpark for an evening of family fun and entertainment. There is food, water slides for all ages, train rides, a reptile exhibit, live music and a spectacular fireworks show. It’s a great way to celebrate Independence Day with your friends and family - we look forward to seeing you there! 06 Celebrate Christmas Beebe is proud to host a special Christmas celebrations all over town for all of Beebe’s residents and visitors. We invite you to join us for a many magical events beginning with the ASU-Beebe community tree lighting, a parade, shopping specials, Christmas Festival at Daniel Park, Pancakes with Santa and other holiday festivities. Santa Clause will be in attendance to hear all your Christmas wishes! This is a wonderful opportunity to come together as a community, and we look forward to seeing you. 07 Go Shopping Beebe is a local retail shopping destination that offers stylish and unique items. Our retail shops have a wide selection of designer apparel and accessories, home decor, and personal services. We believe that shopping should be a personal experience and strive to provide the best customer service possible. Whether you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind gift or just a special treat for yourself, we guarantee you’ll find something that you love in Beebe. Come visit today shop local and browse our selection of unique and stylish items! 08 Dine at Your Favorite Restaurants Beebe is the go-to source for all things food. From BBQ to Mexican or anything in between, Beebe is home to many local restaurants and food trucks. Whether you’re looking for a cozy dinner spot or a quick lunch, you’ll find something to satisfy your taste buds.We’re proud to support our local restaurants and food trucks. Come and explore the delicious variety that Beebe has to offer! 09 Enjoy Performing Arts Beebe is proud to be home to an incredible performing arts community. From the associate of fine arts degree offered at our ASU-BEebe to the thriving theatre program at both the college and Beebe Public Schools, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Additionally, the ASU-Beebe Lecture-Concert Series brings in outstanding performing artists and lectures from all around the country throughout the year. Plus, with local businesses offering art, music and dance instruction, Beebe is truly a hub for the performing arts. 10 Find Special Treasures Beebe welcomes you to experience the charm and uniqueness of our one-of-a-kind flea markets and antique stores. Our vibrant town is known for its antique stores, flea markets and on Saturdays, one of the largest outdoor flea markets in Central Arkansas. We are proud to offer our visitors an amazing selection of vintage items, antiques, collectibles and more. Browse through our wide array of vendors and find something special to take home! 11 Play Sports Beebe is the perfect place to get involved in all your favorite sports. We host many different youth and adult leagues, from t-ball and softball to soccer and swimming. Beebe is also home to some of the best training facilities and coaches in the area. Whether you’re an experienced athlete or just beginning, Beebe has something for everyone. Come join us for an unforgettable experience and get in the game! 12 Visit the Library Beebe is home to two wonderful libraries. The Abington Library resides on the ASU-Beebe campus and is open to the public. With multiple floors of books, magazines, study area, technology you will have access to all sorts of research. ​ The Goff Library is located next to City Hall and has all sorts of wonderful programs and fun activities for kids during the school year and summer. ​ Stop in and enjoy reading in Beebe! 2023-2024 Silver Sponsors

  • Fallin' Blackbird | Beebe Chamber

    Fallin' Blackbird FESTIVAL & 5K The Beebe Chamber of Commerce is proud to host the Annual Fallin’ Blackbird Festival each year on the third Saturday in October. This festival celebrates the unique and mysterious event that took place in Beebe on New Year’s Eve in 2010 and again in 2011. This event provides the perfect opportunity for families and friends to come together and enjoy a day of fun, food, and live entertainment. The festival includes a 5k run and fun run for kids, vendors, food trucks and a variety of entertainment. We invite you to join us and be part of this exciting event. Register for vendor booth Register for 5K Events Festival Registration The festival will take place in October and will feature live music, food, and a variety of vendors. We invite everyone to join us for a fun-filled day, and encourage vendors to register in August. We look forward to seeing you there! Register for vendor booth 5K & Kids Fun Run The Fallin' Blackbird 5K and Kids Fun Run is a great way to get outside and enjoy the beautiful fall weather. Whether you're a seasoned runner or a beginner, there's something for everyone. Join us for a fun morning of running! Register for 5K Project Graduation Event provided by Project Graduation at the Beebe Public Schools. Check back later for details for the event. ​ ​ ​ Register Entertainment A family-friendly festival with a variety of activities for all ages. From live music and petting zoos to bouncy houses and climbing walls, we provide a safe and fun environment for everyone to enjoy. There is something for everyone! View line-up Entertainment 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Pie Eating Contest 11:00 - 11:30 a.m. Carla’s Dance 11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Josh Dorgan 12:30 - 1:00 p.m. Josh Hall & Friends 1:00 - 1:30 p.m. Freedom Farms 1:30 - 1:45 p.m. Studio 360 1:45 - 2:15 p.m. Rusty Marshall Band 2:15 - 3:00 p.m. AMBUSCH Entertainment 2023-2024 Silver Sponsors

  • OUR COMMUNITY | Beebe Chamber

    About Beebe City of Beebe ASU-Beebe Beebe Public Schools Established in 1875, Beebe, Arkansas was named for Mr. Roswell Beebe, a surveyor and railroad executive. The inviting town of Beebe has grown from a simple railroad intersection to a beautiful and welcoming community. It is the perfect balance of “small town charm” with all the conveniences of larger cities. Those moving from larger cities will be pleasantly surprised by the range of shopping, healthcare, and entertainment found in the area. ​ The railroad and historic train depot was a lifeline to the early development of this area as it stopped in Beebe to take on wood and water to power its steam engines. The first post office was established on April 30, 1872. Three years later, after thirty two citizens signed and submitted a petition to the state, Beebe became incorporated on May 4, 1875. ​ By 1890 the town had grown and now included several businesses. Beebe was home to several stores, hotels, boarding house, meat markets, blacksmith and wagon shops, a combined sawmill and grist mill, cotton gins, livery stables, a photo gallery, and a fruit evaporator. In addition to the several business now located in Beebe, the town also included the White County Bank, separate churches for white parishioners and African Americans, a public school for white children, five physicians, a dentist and two weekly newspapers. Electricity came to Beebe around 1904 and was provided by a gasoline-powered generator which could be heard all over town. Electricity was provided to certain areas of town on certain days and was turned off at 9:00 or 10:00 pm each night. ​ Beebe has grown from a meager population of 904 in 1900 to its current 2020 census population of ?,???. Situated in White County in the northern stretches of central Arkansas, it sits at the crossroads of HWY 64 and Interstate 167. Beebe is located 16 miles south of its County seat and municipal airport and is only 30 minutes north of the Little Rock Air Force Base. This central location is ideal for easy travel to Little Rock, Fort Smith, St. Louis or Memphis. Founding of the public school system - Beebe School District, Home of the Badgers (1898) The Beebe School District’s history began in 1898 when the first school was established in the southern portion of White County, Arkansas. Historical records indicate the school district consisted of grades one through twelve from 1898-1964. In 1964, under the Superintendency of A.S. “Bro” Erwin, the district added the first kindergarten classroom. Historical records do not indicate the names of superintendents prior to Bro Erwin, who served in the role from 1954-1969. However, there have been six superintendents since Erwin’s tenure, Bill Hefner (1969-75), Darrel Hall (1975-81), Floyd Marshall (1981-95), Keith Williams (1995-2008), Belinda Shook (2005-2018), and Chris Nail (2018 - present). Originally the Beebe School District only provided educational opportunities for students residing in Beebe. Over the years the district expanded to include students residing in the surrounding towns of Antioch, Floyd, and El Paso. In 2004 the District consolidated with the McRae School District to include students from McRae and Garner. Six schools make up the 5A district - Little Badger Pre-K, Beebe Early Childhood (K-1), Beebe Elementary (2-4), Beebe Middle School (5-6), Beebe Junior High (7-8), and Beebe High School (9-12). 7th-12th grade students also have the option to enroll in our Virtual Academy if they find that remote learning is their best fit. The district employs 408 staff members, with 244 of those being certified. ​ Over the past 50 years, two bypasses have been built around Beebe. One of those bypasses, Dewitt Henry Drive, is a main thoroughfare and a thriving business area. The other bypass, HWY 67/167 gives people the ability to work in Little Rock (Pulaski County) but live in Beebe or one of the outlying rural communities. ​ In 2025, the City of Beebe will celebrate 150 years! ​ ​ For more information about Beebe… City of Beebe Things to Do Maps & Demographics City of Beebe ASU-Beebe Founding of the college - Arkansas State University-Beebe (1927) In 1927, State Senator William H. Abington, a medical doctor and a prominent member of the Beebe community, proposed and successfully lobbied for legislation to establish an agricultural school in the center of the State of Arkansas. The legislation was written specifically to set up such a school in Beebe, the only town that met the act’s criteria and that made a bid for the institution. Arkansas General Assembly Act 132 stated that the school should be within 50 miles from the center of the state and at least 70 miles from another agricultural school. In addition, the town gaining the school had to donate at least 320 acres of land near a hard-surfaced road within two miles of a railroad. The road at the time was the Des Arc Road (now Highway 31), and the St. Louis, Iron Mountain, and Southern Railroad Company had created the Beebe station in 1872. Two brothers, William and Eugene Abington, and others donated the land. Signed into law March 8, 1927, Act 132 also stipulated that courses would include experiments and lectures on agriculture, horticulture, poultry, dairying, truck farming, small fruit growing, and marketing of farm products. The principal of the school would be a graduate of an agricultural school. ​ Act 282 of the 1927 Arkansas General Assembly established the institution as the Junior Agricultural School of Central Arkansas. After the first building was completed, the following buildings would be constructed by the students, and no tuition would be charged. The first classes were held in October 1929 with 38 students enrolled. Today, Arkansas State University-Beebe is an operationally separate, two-year institution of the Arkansas State University System. With campuses located in Beebe, Heber Springs, Searcy, Little Rock Air Force Base, and online, ASU-Beebe offers associate degrees, certificates, and non-credit training for business and industry. Beebe School District

  • Annual Chamber Banquet | Beebe Chamber

    Annual Chamber BANQUET The Beebe Chamber of Commerce's annual banquet is a celebration of our members success and growth throughout the year. It is an opportunity for us to come together and recognize their hard work and dedication to the city of Beebe. Every year, we also host a silent auction with a variety of items, proceeds of which go towards keeping the Beebe Chamber of Commerce running. We are very fortunate to have unity among our community, which wouldn't have been possible without our sponsors, donors, business owners, volunteers and great citizens. We thank you for your continued support and look forward to another successful annual banquet. Get your tickets soon! Events Registration This years Annual Chamber Banquet on April 18, 2023. We offer individual tickets or tables of eight which make the perfect setting for socializing. Join us for a night of fun and laughter! Apply for Scholarship This year, we are especially excited to announce that we will be awarding a scholarship to one senior from Beebe High School majoring in business and attending ASU-Beebe. Guest Speaker This years speaker will be announced in the coming months. Stay tuned for more exciting information. Friends of the Banquet We invite you to become "A Friend of the Banquet" and be recognized on the program, signs, and slide show. Join us for a night of celebration, recognition, and fun. 2023-2024 Silver Sponsors

  • Shop Local | Beebe Chamber

    Shop Local The Beebe Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to helping local businesses in Beebe, Arkansas thrive. We are an advocate for the community and its businesses and use our resources to help promote and grow the local economy.Whether you’re looking for unique boutiques, a local auto auction, antique store, local flea market, or livestock feed store, Beebe has something for everyone. We are proud to be a part of this community and proud to promote the many benefits of shopping local. Where to shop Being vocal about the benefits of small business can help bring in more customers to shop locally-owned and operated companies. While large chains and e-commerce continue to grow and thrive, many consumers are committed to shopping locally. In fact, about 90% of Americans shop with local businesses at least once a week and as many of 42% of them visit more frequently. Shopping with major chains may have an added convenience factor, but shopping locally has many more benefits. ​ Here are just a few reasons to encourage people in your community to shop with small, local businesses as frequently as possible. ​ Keep It In The Neighborhood When consumers shop local, the money they spend goes directly to support those within the community, rather than being filtered away to other states or even countries. Money spent at local stores and restaurants supports business owners within the neighborhood, as well as their employees. Directing funds to these individuals gives them the spending power to further support local businesses. ​ Creating Jobs At Home Shopping locally increases the rate of business at your favorite neighborhood establishments. When business and revenue both increase, it’s much more likely that a small business will be able to hire more employees. This creates jobs within your own neighborhood, rather than pushing jobs to other areas. If your community is struggling with employment, shopping locally can help create more jobs and improve the economy in your town. ​ Shopping Local Creates Positive Impact At the Beebe Chamber of Commerce, we are dedicated to supporting small business owners in our community and are passionate about promoting the benefits of shopping local. By helping to spread the word about the positive impact of shopping local, we can make a difference and make sure that the local businesses in our area can thrive. ​ We encourage you to shop local and support the businesses in your area. Visit Beebe today and see what we have to offer. 2023-2024 Silver Sponsors

  • Membership Form | Beebe Chamber

    Membership Form Welcome to the Beebe Chamber Membership Form Page! ​ Thank you for your membership and your dedication to the Beebe community. We greatly appreciate your support and participation in the Chamber, as it plays a vital role in the growth and success of both the community and your business. ​ By becoming a member of the Beebe Chamber, you join a network of passionate individuals and businesses who are committed to fostering a thriving local economy and creating a vibrant community for all residents. Your involvement allows us to collectively work towards common goals, share resources, and support one another. ​ Please take a few moments to fill out the membership form below. Your responses will help us better understand your needs and interests, enabling us to tailor our initiatives and events to benefit you and your business directly. ​ Once again, we extend our sincere gratitude for your ongoing support. Together, we can make a positive impact and continue to drive the growth and success of the Beebe community. Today's Date Business Name First Name Last Name Type of Business Phone Fax Email Street Address Street Address Line 2 City Region/State/Province Postal / Zip code Please write a brief description about your business Business Logo Upload File Upload supported file (Max 15MB) Select an item ($) Individual (non-business affiliated) - $100 Business: 1-5 employees - $150 Business: 6-10 employees - $200 Business: 11-20 employees - $300 Business: 21+ employees - $500 Real Estate Agency - $200 Financial Institution - $500 Would you like to host a ribbon cutting? Yes No Important Notice Regarding Ribbon Cuttings Please be aware that if your business is interested in hosting a ribbon cutting event, we kindly request that you provide us with a minimum of 30 days' notice. This advance notice allows us to adequately prepare for your special occasion and ensure its success. ​ Additionally, we would like to inform you that ribbon cuttings will be scheduled exclusively from Monday to Friday, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. and not holidays. ​ Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. We appreciate your support in making each ribbon cutting event a memorable and well-coordinated celebration. Go to Checkout Thank you for joining the Beebe Chamber! We’ll be in touch. 2023-2024 Silver Sponsors

  • Christmas Parade | Beebe Chamber

    Beebe Christmas PARADE The Beebe Chamber of Commerce is proud to host the largest Christmas Parade in Central Arkansas! Each year, we bring together over 100 floats, ATVs, horses, animals, and vendors from all across the state to kick off the Holiday season. With a different theme chosen each year, you never know what to expect, but it is always a magical and memorable experience for all. Join us for the Beebe Christmas Parade and get into the Spirit of Christmas! Register for parade Events Parade Registration We are proud to host the largest Christmas parade in Central Arkansas! From hot chocolate to floats to ATVs, horses and antique vehicles, there will be something for everyone to enjoy. And of course, the star of the show - Santa! Registration for the parade begins in November, so don’t miss out on the fun. We look forward to seeing you there! Parade Map Join us as we bring holiday cheer to the community and celebrate the season with a festive parade.This parade is something to look forward to every year, and this year will be no exception! The parade map will guide you from Beebe Public Schools down Center St. to Dewitt Henry, crossing in front of Edwards and ending at ASU-Beebe. Theme Each year, the parade features a wide variety of floats, marching bands, costumed characters and more. To make it even more special, a new theme is chosen each year. This year’s theme has not been chosen yet, so stay tuned for more updates! Photo Gallery Every year, the parade is filled with festive floats, inspiring marching bands, and joyful carolers. It’s a great way to kick off the holiday season! We invite you to come to join us in the spirit of giving and to experience this magical event. Check out the gallery of previous year's parades to get a glimpse of what to expect. We hope to see you there! 2023-2024 Silver Sponsors

  • Beebe Neighborhoods | Beebe Chamber

    Beebe NEIGHBORHOOODS The real estate market is strong in Beebe. The median price of a home is steadily increasing while the median number of days on the market is steadily decreasing. There are very few distressed properties on the market. 2022 - 2023 Platinum Sponsors Whatever your preferred flavor, Beebe has it! Spread out on some acreage. Enjoy a smaller plot in the heart of the city where you can walk or bike to nearby shops and restaurants. Gaze at the shimmer of the Little Red river, take in breathtaking views of the Barnett Lake, or enjoy living in a more traditional city neighborhood. What follows is a list of just a few of the housing options. While by no means complete, it gives an idea of the types of options available to you. List Title This is a Paragraph. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start editing the content and make sure to add any relevant details or information that you want to share with your visitors. List Title This is a Paragraph. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start editing the content and make sure to add any relevant details or information that you want to share with your visitors. List Title This is a Paragraph. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start editing the content and make sure to add any relevant details or information that you want to share with your visitors. List Title This is a Paragraph. Click on "Edit Text" or double click on the text box to start editing the content and make sure to add any relevant details or information that you want to share with your visitors.

  • Board of Directors | Beebe Chamber

    Board of Directors Who We Are Don Francis Founder & CEO Write a bio for each team member. Make it short and informative to keep your visitors engaged. 123-456-7890 Ashley Jones Tech Lead Write a bio for each team member. Make it short and informative to keep your visitors engaged. 123-456-7890 Tess Brown Office Manager Write a bio for each team member. Make it short and informative to keep your visitors engaged. 123-456-7890 Lisa Rose Product Manager Write a bio for each team member. Make it short and informative to keep your visitors engaged. 123-456-7890

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