Welcome Fitness Evolution to the Early Chamber

DSCN2244 (1024x768)The Brownwood and Early Chambers of Commerce held a joint ribbon cutting on Wednesday, April 16th during the grand re-opening celebration for Fitness Evolution.  Now located in Heartland Mall, Fitness Evolution is a professional gym that helps with nutritional advice, building strength, gaining flexibility, improving performance and more.  The gym outlined and demonstrated several of their fitness programs during the event. For more information contact Fitness Evolution at 325-513-6040 or visit their website at www.fitnessevolutiontx.com.  Pictured with the Early Chamber Board Members and Ambassadors is the owner of Fitness Evolution Minerva McCutchen, husband and gym members and staff.

Veterans Assistance joins the Early Chamber

Veterans Assistance Programs RCThe Early Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting for Veterans Assistance Programs to welcome them to the Early Chamber Family.  Veterans Assistance Programs is a division of Center for Life Resources and are currently located at 104 E. Industrial in the same building as the Early Chamber of Commerce.  Veterans Assistance Programs offers an array of assistance to veterans and their families such as counseling for various mental illnesses, substance abuse and bill pay assistance. Continue reading

Cultural Homestay International Joins the Early Chamber Family

Cultural Homestay International Ribbon Cutting (920x578)The Early Chamber recently held a ribbon cutting to welcome Cultural Homestay International (CHI) to the Early Chamber family.  CHI is a non-profit educational organization founded in 1980 by Tom and Lilka Areton to promote international understanding and goodwill through people-to-people exchanges. CHI believes that the best way to build bridges of friendship and trust among people is to experience directly each other’s customs, languages and values. CHI aspires to share the benefits of cultural interchange with the many nations of the earth in the deeply held conviction that such exchanges ultimately contribute to a more prosperous and peaceful world. Continue reading

Early Chamber Ribbon Cutting/Grand Opening Merger for Apollo Computers, Inc.

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The Early Chamber board members, staff, ambassadors, friends and supporters celebrated the grand opening at Apollo Computers with a ribbon cutting.  Paul Smithson with Apollo Computers primarily services home computer users, and Ray Bertrand with Bertrand Technology Solutions services the business computers and networking environment.  Each was successful in their areas of expertise and the merger brings the customers more options and competitive pricing particularly with purchases of Dell products, which they buy directly.  Bertrand said they exceed $500,00 per year, giving them the leverage needed to provided competitive pricing. Continue reading

American Cancer Society joins the Early Chamber

Picture 002 (1024x624)Recently the Early Chamber held a ribbon cutting for American Cancer Society.  The Brown County Relay for Life event is set for June 6 from 7 pm to 7 am at Gordon Wood Stadium in Brownwood.  Every year, the Relay for Life movement across the West Texas Region raises more than $400 million.  The American Cancer Society puts these donations to work, investing in groundbreaking research in every type of cancer and providing free information and services to cancer patients and their caregivers.  Continue reading

BBQ Dinner & Dance April 25

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Relay for Life Event
Sponsored by CMS Health Care & Holloway
BBQ Dinner & Dance April 25, 2014
3M Club House Hwy 377 S.
6PM– 7PM Social Hour  7PM– 9PM Dinner
9:30-11:00 PM Dance with
AMC Nashville Records Recording Artist
Single Ticket $15 or Couples Tickets $25
Call CMS 325-643-4900 for ticket locations or
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Register Now for the Steel Magnolias Adult Spring Camp Day

steel-magnoliasThe Heart of Texas Baptist Encampment invites all adults to The Steel Magnolias Spring Camp Day on April 26, 2014 at Lake Brownwood.  This event is open to all adults, of all ages, who want to experience a fun day of camp life!  The cost is $15 and includes lunch, concert and activities.  Activities will include sessions of board games, card games, dominos, Texas Baptist Men disaster relief exhibits, “Life Lessons from the Andy Griffin Show, Silent Auction & Art Show and the Musical Program for the “The Steel Magnolias”.  Please RSVP by Wednesday, April 23 for meal and seating preparations.  For more information or to RSVP call 325-784-5821 or go on line to www.heartoftexascamp.com. Registration and silent auction/art show begins at 9 am at the Welcome Center. Payment will be accepted at the door, with cash, check or credit accepted.