The Tuskegee Area
Chamber of Commerce
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We are still waiting for a decision from the U.S. Air Force concerning the Leonardo DRS T-100 trainer jet, which will be a game changer for this community. "When We Win" is our attitude. Leonardo DRS chose Tuskegee as the site for a manufacturing plant and the company's decision was based primarily on respect for the Tuskegee Airmen.
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As Chamber President, it is my job to work with my fellow Chamber officers and members to improve the climate for local businesses.
This is why my message is “A Call to Win.”
When you think about a calling on your life, you know this is a force you just cannot fight. It is your destiny. This is the theme for the Chamber beginning in 2018. This message is a declaration about Tuskegee and Macon County that emphasizes “A Call to Win” for this community.
The public is invited to the TACC meeting on Monday, January 22, 2018 during which the newly elected slate of officers will be sworn-in.
The meeting will be held at Henderson Hall on the Tuskegee University campus beginning at 6:30pm.
The theme that will be emphasized by TACC President, Loretta Alexander is "A Call to Win."
A Mardi Gras inspired reception will follow the meeting.
The Tuskegee Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) is in a period of reform and we are excited about this upward trajectory. TACC is a member driven organization that speaks with the collective voice of the entrepreneurs who have invested in this community. We have tackled critical issues brought to us by members including the failure by local financial institutions to practice community banking. Empowered by optimism, TACC envisions a promising climate for today’s businesses and a solid foundation for future businesses.
Welcome to Macon County, a progressive rural community with bountiful agriculture, powerful history and a lifestyle that is “Easy Like a Sunday Morning,” to quote Lionel Richie, one of our native sons who is a legendary songwriter. Macon County is comprised of four municipalities – Tuskegee, Shorter, Notasulga and Franklin.
With easy access to bustling cities within a short driving distance, Macon County is home base for an enjoyable way of life. Montgomery, which is the capital city of Alabama, is about a 30-minute drive and Auburn, a city that consistently ranks in the top 10 best small cities in the nation, is about 15 minutes away. Macon County is blessed with many precious resources and our brand of hospitality makes everyone feel welcome.