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Greater Bentonville Area Chamber of Commerce announces Guests for 2019 event

The Greater Bentonville Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that music legend Al Bell and Treat Stace with Crystal Bridges will be among the guests at the annual State of the Chamber and Awards lunch on March 1, 2019. Al Bell is the Former Chairman & Owner, Stax Records, former President of Motown Records Group and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Al Bell Presents, LLC.

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Small Business Award Nominations Now Being Accepted

Small Business nominations are now live for the Small Business Awards! The Bentonville Small Business Awards Celebration will be Tuesday, May 7. We are excited to honor NINE small businesses in our area for their contribution to our growing economy and community. It's their turn to be celebrated! Can you think of an outstanding small business that falls into one or more of these

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Bentonville Teacher of the Year Nominations now being accepted

The Greater Bentonville Area Chamber of Commerce wishes to annually recognize outstanding Bentonville teachers at each of the following grade levels: Elementary (K-4) Middle (5-6) Jr. High (7-8) High school (9-12) Core criteria for selection will include the following: Community involvement: civic organizations, church involvement, etc.  If part of the teaching assignment

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Interactive Sculpture of Arkansas State Bird Installed on Amazeum Campus

BENTONVILLE, Ark. (December 11, 2018) — The Scott Family Amazeum unveils the first-of-its-kind interactive sculpture in Northwest Arkansas on Saturday, December 15 at 10:00 on the Amazeum grounds. The public is welcome to attend this free event. The Incredible Electric Technicolor Mockingbird created by Denver, Colorado, Maker Amanda Willshire is the first permanent work on public display to

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Private Label to be discussed at December WalStreet Speaker Series

Pamela Gaik, Vice President and Divisional Merchandise Manager at Sam's Club will be discussing Private Label at the December 12th WalStreet Speaker Series. Pam has been in retail for more than 20 years, having spent time on the supplier side, and now Sam’s Club. In her current role, Pam focuses on building Sam’s Club’s private brand, Member’s Mark. She and her team of product developers,

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More than 60 speakers in an all-star lineup will be presenting at this year’s Northwest Arkansas Technology Summit hosted by the Greater Bentonville Area Chamber of Commerce and the NWA Technology Council. In its 5th year, the Northwest Arkansas Technology Summit has grown from 400 to over 2,500 attendees. This year the Summit will expand to host two days of events including the Northwest

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Pea Ridge National Military Park Artillery Program

Pea Ridge National Military Park will conduct Civil War artillery programs on Saturday, July 7, 2018. Artillery demonstrations are scheduled for 11:00 am, 12:00 pm, 1:30 pm, and 2:30 pm behind the park visitor center. Pea Ridge NMP will be conducting these programs throughout the summer and early fall. You will find a calendar on our website Pea Ridge National Military Park

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Build Bentonville lunch set for June 14

34 new people are moving to NWA each day, with Bentonville being one of the fastest growing cities. In this lunchtime discussion, you will hear from city and state leaders about the growth of Bentonville and how it impacts your business. We'll be discussing infrastructure, transportation, education, and quality of life. There will be a Q&A session following the panel discussion. Panelist

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Flintco Donates Money for Scholarship To Be Awarded to Construction Technology Student

BENTONVILLE, Ark. (Feb. 21, 2018) – Flintco, LLC, announced its support for students in construction technology Jan. 24 with a $5,000 gift to the NorthWest Arkansas Community College Foundation. The gift, establishing the Flintco Workforce Initiative Scholarship, will allow a $1,000 scholarship to be awarded each year for five years to a student in NWACC’s construction technology program.

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