The buffet is open at McKee Soul Food at 211 North Wellington and the Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce was first in line today, August 7th, after a wonderful Ribbon Cutting! Owner Von Eric McKee and family were well supported by friends of the community on this special day. For barbeque, home cooking, desserts and more, visit McKee Soul Food just off of our historic downtown square.
The Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce enjoyed the morning at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church on Thursday, July 27th for a ribbon cutting ceremony filled with hospitality. Welcome to the Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce! St. Mark’s United Methodist Church welcomes you each week for Sunday services, beginning with coffee and donuts 8:45 a.m. Sunday School begins at 9:00 a.m., with worship beginning at 10:10 a.m. Nursery is provided for children age 3 and under. Visit St. Mark’s at 1101 Jasper Dr.
The Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce welcomed Jennifer Page and the staff of Shear Grace Salon at 100 E. Pinecrest Drive, Suite C, in Marshall with a ribbon cutting on July 25th, 2017. Thank you to the many salon customers and Chamber members who came out for all the fun. Shear Grace salon offers 4 full service hair stylists, manicures, pedicures, and massages. For more information or to make your appointment, call (903) 702-7070.
Sisters Art & Vintage (owner Julie Andrews Grant with sister Jana Andrews Dalton) hosted the Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce for their ribbon cutting today, Friday July 14th. Be sure to stop by 1902 East Travis St. to see their eclectic mix of antiques, vintage art, and more! With the years of experience Sisters brings in interior design, art, framing, and antique expertise, you will not be disappointed to welcome Sisters Art & Vintage to our Chamber.
The staff of Texas Home Health, Hospice & Personal Care Services cuts the Chamber ribbon after hosting the Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce Midmorning Mixer on July 13, 2017, at the Marshall Visual Art Center. Texas Home Health, Hospice & Personal Care Services provides a full range of services in multiple cities, including Marshall.
Bark in the Park was an enormous success with Friends of Marshall Animals on June 17, 2017. The Saturday event featured their Chamber ribbon cutting, a dog walk, vendor booths, inflatable games, and fun for everyone.
Brandie Jones, owner of Brandie Leigh’s Fashion Designs cuts the ribbon for her business on April 22nd, 2017 as part of her Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting ceremony. Visit Brandie Leigh’s today for clothing, accessories, shoes, purses, and gift items. We welcome Brandie Leigh’s to our Chamber family!
The Chamber welcomed Mr. Joe Childress and Nextview Technology Solutions on April 11, 2017, at the Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce office. Nextview Technology Solutions offers a comprehensive an “end-to-end” managed services solution to meet the technology needs of a business or industry that is custom designed around their unique needs.
Little Shop of Vinyl located at 2501 – E Victory Drive is the brainchild of owners Mike & Daryl Beverly as they saw a need for a retail store for craft supplies, including vinyl for crafts and apparel, decals, and specialty items. Mr. & Mrs. Beverly welcomed Chamber Ambassadors and valued customers on April 5, 2017, for a one of a kind Chamber ribbon cutting.
A record crowd joined the Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce at the Marshall Visual Art Center as we welcomed Mr. Jerry Williams and his family of Jerry’s Texas Jerky to the Chamber. Mr. Williams shared the mission and production methods of his jerky and plans for expansion in the future. Chamber Board Members, Ambassadors and members left with a delicious bag of his famous local jerky.
The Ribbon Cutting for the Marshall Symphony Orchestra was a great success at Central Perks on Thursday, March 30th. The Orchestra’s “Coffee with the Conductor” gave those in attendance the opportunity to have a sneak preview of the musical pieces to be performed at Orchestra’s Saturday Concert. Conductor Kermit Poling shared the importance of the arts in community, not only as it pertains to enrichment, but also to the area impact it has on the local economy. Welcome to the Greater MarshallChamber of Commerce!
The Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce enjoyed another successful Chamber Ribbon Cutting with Ben Hargett and Hargett‘s ATV Repair at 3000 W. Grand in Marshall. Hargett‘s ATV hosted their Open House with hot dogs, chips, and drinks and offered extra hot savings on all ECHO equipment with a 20% off coupon the day of the ribbon cutting!
Thank you to BBVA Compass Bank and Melanie Valdez, Branch Manager, for hosting the Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce for their official Ribbon Cutting on Tuesday, March 21, 2017. Our event was made extra special as Donna Sellers, Chamber Ambassador, was raising funds for Relay for Life by selling the fun hats in our photos.
BBVA Compass is a leading U.S. banking franchise with more than 680 branch locations throughout the region, specializing in a wide variety of Personal Banking, Commercial Banking, and Wealth Management services. The Marshall BBVA Compass branch is located near St. Joseph Catholic Church for easy-access banking.
William “Doc” Halliday Publications is known throughout Marshall, but this Ribbon Cutting was to announce the publication of his historic articles in the Jefferson Jimplecute. The “Jefferson Jimplecute” is the newspaper of record in the city of Jefferson, Texas. It was founded in 1848 by Ward Taylor and is the fifth oldest newspaper in the state. William “Doc” Halliday Publications can also been seen in newpapers in other states.
No one can beat a Ground Breaking in the beautiful sunshine. Murphy USA convenience store at 1605 East End Blvd South in Marshall hosted the Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce on Friday, March 3, 2017. The newly renovated store will feature 6 grades of fuel at every pump and an indoor convenience store with full service vending, hot food, and adult beverages. The new store is expected to be open in June of 2017.