Commerce Chamber of Commerce

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Commerce Chamber of Commerce manager Paul Voss announces plans for the Independence Day celebration, including a large fireworks display, on Friday at the Eddie Moore Sports Complex and Bicenntennial Park near the intersection of Highway 11 and Farm Road 3218.  Paul also discusses the recent ribbon cutting for a new attraction at the Northeast Texas Children's Museum.

Northeast Texas Children's Museum
Northeast Texas Children's Museum

Commerce Chamber of Commerce manager Paul Voss says ribbon cuttings have taken place recently for the Dos Laredos Mexican restaurant and the Fine Finds antique and resale store in downtown Commerce, and a ribbon cutting in planned Sunday, June 28 for the new youth building at Cross Trails Cowboy Church west of Commerce off Highway 11.

Northeast Texas Children's Museum
Northeast Texas Children's Museum

Commerce Chamber of Commerce manager Paul Voss discusses a new industry that will locate in Commerce, Polara Engineering of California.  Voss says Polara has been interviewing prospective employees.  He expects the company with employ 20-30 people in the first year of operation.  The company is an electronics manufacturing company that builds traffic control systems, among other products.  And Paul says the new LED message boards that will inform Commerce citizens about events in the community will be

Commerce Chamber of Commerce manager Paul Voss discusses the opening of the new Hunt Regional Emergency Medical Center in Commerce.  An open house is planned for Sunday afternoon, and the facility on Highway 24 near the southern city limits of Commerce will be open for business on Monday.  Paul also discusses plans for a new amphitheater in downtown Commerce, near the current Farmers Market on Bonham Alley.

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Texas A&M University-Commerce

Commerce Chamber of Commerce manager Paul Voss discusses plans for the "Bois D'Arc Spring Car Show" in downtown Commerce on Saturday.  Registration begins at 9 a.m. and the event will feature 40 or more classifications of cars.  And Paul discusses the very successful "Cleaner, Greener Bois D'Arc Capital" community-wide cleanup event that happened on April 11.

Commerce Chamber of Commerce
Commerce Chamber of Commerce

The Commerce Chamber of Commerce recently named Becky Thompson, co-owner of the Commerce Veterinary Clinic, as the city's Citizen of the Year.  Chamber manager Paul Voss says the chamber and the city are considering the construction of an amphitheater in the location of the Farmers' Market on Bonham Alley in downtown Commerce.

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Commerce Chamber of Commerce manager Paul Voss is presenting the transportation concerns of the county to state legislative leaders in Austin as part of "Hunt County Days" March 3-4.  Leaders from the county will travel to the state capital to meet with legislators and others.  Voss says one particular concern is the growing traffic on Interstate 30.

Commerce Chamber of Commerce
Commerce Chamber of Commerce

Commerce Chamber of Commerce manager Paul Voss says nominations for "Citizen of the Year" will be taken until Friday, February 27.  The award will be announced at the chamber's annual banquet Thursday, March 12.  Paul says the chamber is getting a lot of questions about employment at the new CVS store, but the chamber does not have information on job opportunities or on the store's opening date.  And Paul discusses the construction activity at the four downtown Commerce buildings that recently sold.

Commerce Chamber of Commerce
Commerce Chamber of Commerce

Commerce Chamber of Commerce manager Paul Voss says four buildings in downtown Commerce have been purchased, with the owners planning to start new businesses in each of them.  And Paul says installation of the new LED message boards intended to keep local people better informed will soon be installed.

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Commerce Chamber of Commerce manager Paul Voss says the chamber and the city have received the three new, electronic LED message boards that will be placed around the city as a means of keeping citizens informed about local events.  And the Chamber website and the Chamber office in downtown Commerce are now featuring many fascinating historical photos of the city and its people.

Commerce Chamber of Commerce manager Paul Voss discusses plans for the Small-Business Saturday Treasure Hunt Saturday in Commerce, and for the Christmas Parade, Saturday, December 6.  The parade is being moved from the traditional Thursday night, and will feature a Christmas festival in downtown Commerce starting at 2 p.m.

Hunt County Historical Commission chairman Carol Taylor discusses the fiddling history of the Greenville Municipal Auditorium, where this weekend's Bob Willis Fiddling Festival will take place.  And Commerce Chamber of Commerce manager Paul Voss discusses plans for Small Business Saturday, the Saturday after Thanksgiving.

Commerce Chamber of Commerce manager Paul Voss says the annual Christmas parade will be held on Saturday, December 6 this year, rather than the traditional Thursday evening.  The parade will be preceded by a holiday fair on the downtown square in the afternoon.  And Paul says a Fall Market is being held Saturdays on the Fix and Feed parking lot.

Commerce Chamber of Commerce manager Paul Voss says the Chamber has recently welcomed several new businesses as members, including a construction and remodeling company, Mass Con, and J&R Storage, which will offer insulated storage buildings.  Paul reports that the owner of Lulu's restaurant has bought Los Mochis Mexican Restaurant and will move Los Mochis into the former College Corner and El Charro building on Lee Street.  And Paul says the Culpepper and Merriweather Circus will perf

Commerce Chamber of Commerce manager Paul Voss says between 8,000 and 10,000 people will likely attend the Bois D'Arc Bash in Commerce this weekend.  The event begins with a golf tournament at Sand Hills County Club on Friday, the Commerce Leadership Institute barbecue Friday night on the downtown square, and a parade at 10 a.m. Saturday morning.

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