The Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce's Government Affairs Division hosted recent Legislative Candidate Forums for local State Representative and State Senate races. View them here!
At Tacos 4 Life we believe every child deserves to run, play and laugh without feeling the agony of hunger.
Edafio Technology Partners help build, support & protect their clients’ businesses through implementing and optimizing IT consulting and management, cloud computing, and cybersecurity solutions and healthcare consulting across multiple industries in Arkansas.
The Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce hosts Chamber Tutorial events every other month for new members, existing members who want a refresher on member benefits, those who want to learn about the Chamber, and those considering becoming a member of the Chamber. In addition to the in-person event, the Chamber has released on-demand videos that go over various aspects of Chamber membership.
On January 1, Jessica Hester assumed the new roles of CEO and Principle Architect of versatile Rogers-based architecture and design studio Rede. The company’s portfolio has expanded over the last 26 years to include projects spanning visual design and branding, and all manner of architecture, as well as public, architecturally integrated artworks. Rede boasts satisfied architectural clients in sectors including healthcare, retail, commercial, hospitality, residential, multi-family, institutional, and performance architecture.
Animal Medical Center has recently expanded to two hospitals to further serve the Rogers community.
The Rogers Public Schools (RPS) Career & Technical Education (CTE) program has announced its new name and logo design – “Launch. Your Future”.
Come stay and play in Rogers and you’ll enjoy some of the best hotels, restaurants, attractions, and shops Northwest Arkansas has to offer.
Chamber Strives to be Center of World-Class Business, Welcoming Communities and Opportunities for All
The Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce has a vision to be the center of world-class business, welcoming communities, and opportunities for all. This drives the mission work we do which includes championing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives that are sources of both competitive advantage for business and sustainable success for the future of our community. As our nation undertakes a necessary conservation about inequality and racism, we are listening thoughtfully and leading solutions locally to help ensure all people of color have greater opportunities to succeed.
In this episode of the Chamber Voice of Business Podcast, SVP of Economic Development Steve Cox sat down with Joe Rollins of the Northwest Arkansas Council. They discussed workforce development, apprenticeships and career opportunities in Northwest Arkansas along with the upcoming Northwest Arkansas Employment Showcase.