Tucson Metro Chamber News

TUCSON METRO CHAMBER: Renascence Celebrates New Location and Expansion of Services

If you aspire to turn back your biologic age and live younger longer, the Renascence lifestyle & preventive-aging medical services will help you take control of your health destiny.

Pima Community College earns recognition from Government Finance Officers Association

Pima Community College has received the Government Finance Officers Association of the U.S. and Canada's certificate of achievement, marking the 26th year the school has received the award.

Thrive Tucson Business Spotlight contest winners are recognized

Vantage West Credit Union, southern Arizona’s largest credit union, has announced the winners of its Thrive Tucson Business Spotlight contest via a “yellow carpet” event at the Roadhouse Cinemas.

Ducey signs bill extending tax incentives for Rio Nuevo

The Tucson Metro Chamber conveyed its gratitude to Gov. Doug Ducey and state Rep. Mark Finchem (R-Tucson) for their leadership in passing House Bill 2456, which extended tax incentives for Rio Nuevo to 2035.

Tucson Chamber seeks professionals under 40 for Emerging Leaders Council

The Tucson Metro Chamber is looking for young, dynamic, engaged and driven individuals to be part of the organization’s Emerging Leaders Council.

Tucson's Medler appointed to Institute for Organization Management post

The Institute for Organization Management recently appointed Tucson Metro Chamber’s Vice President of Government Affairs Robert Medler as vice chair of the Winter Board of Regents.

Tucson Metro Chamber officials graduate from Institute for Organization Management

Tucson Metro Chamber communication director Carissa Fairbanks and chief financial and operations officer Laura Nagore have graduated from the Institute for Organization Management.

Williams & Associates taps Tucson's Janoff for sales force

Local businesswoman and 30-year veteran of the promotional products industry Kola Janoff recently joined the Williams & Associates sales force.

Tucson City Council approves new retail development

The Tucson Metro Chamber is applauding the recent vote by the Tucson City Council to approve a rezoning request that will pave the way for a new retail development on Tucson’s east side, a move the Chamber says will lead to job creation for the city.

Pima Federal Credit Union receives community impact award

Tucson-based Pima Federal Credit Union has recently been awarded the Foundation Community Impact Award by the Mountain West Credit Union Association (MWCUA).

Tucson small firms honored at Copper Cactus Awards

The Tucson Metro Chamber recently hosted the 20th annual Copper Cactus Awards at Tuscon’s Casino Del Sol Resort in collaboration with Wells Fargo to honor the achievements of 16 southern Arizona’s small-business owners.

Casa de la Luz Hospice expands southern Arizona service

Casa de la Luz Hospice recently opened Casa Hospice at The Hacienda, becoming the region’s only hospice operating two inpatient units.

TFCU honors three local nonprofits

Tucson Federal Credit Union (TFCU) recently presented its seventh annual Community Partnership Awards to honor entities that transform people’s lives through benevolent means.

Tucson literacy program to perform children’s stories

Tucson-based nonprofit Literacy Connects will present a double performance of tales written by children from Southern Arizona at the Berger Performing Arts Center on May 21.

Chamber acquires new investor services and affinity director

Industry professional Manfredi joined the Tucson Metro Chamber last month.

Tucson Metro Chamber president retiring

Calling it the “most difficult decision ever,” Tuscon Metro Chamber President and CEO, Michael V. Varney announced his retirement via a resignation letter dated March 23.

Tucson Metro Chamber to recognize exceptional small businesses

The Tucson Metro Chamber said it is accepting nominations for its Copper Cactus Awards that recognize Southern Arizona’s exceptional small businesses.

Connect2Compete connects 260,000 low-income people to internet

The Tucson Chamber of Commerce recently announced that Cox Communications's Connect2Compete initiative has now provided internet connections and access to other digital technologies to 260,000 low-income people. 

Youth On Their Own presents nutrition workshops

Tucson-based Youth On Their Own (YOTO), a dropout prevention program, recently hosted a series of nutrition workshop at five area high schools as part of an educational program that focuses on life skills.

Arizona State Parks holding family campout weekends

Arizona State Parks recently announced dates for its Spring 2017 Family Campout Program, which is designed to provide basic camping instruction while promoting enthusiasm for nature and outdoor activities.

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