The Hope/Hempstead County Chamber of Commerce cut the ribbon on their brand new location this week, and hosted a community coffee inviting everyone to come celebrate with them with many appetizers and desserts.
Their new building is directly across Main Street from the former location and has been wonderfully remodeled and redesigned to fit the needs of the chamber for all the activities they do
Chamber Director, Beckie Moore shares how thankful the chamber was for the help with the new location and the wonderful support that has been shown from the community. She shared a list of local businesses and individuals, giving them a special thank you for the assistance on furnishing, building and redecorating of the new chamber office.
Mayor Steve Montgomery shared, “We’re so grateful to have a community that can come together to accomplish such things, and we look forward to the future.”
Paul Wilson of Wilson’s 4 State Furniture said “Thank you to the Chamber for giving us this opportunity to invest in downtown. It’s been a great experience for us and we hope for more projects like this in the future.”
The new Hope/Hempstead County Chamber of Commerce location is now open for business. Beckie and Nicole invite you to come visit and get a little taste of downtown Hope, Arkansas. You can check out the chambers new, very own Watermelon Museum and wonderful professional photos of the city taken my photographer Rodney Steele, displayed on their walls all over the office.