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Chamber Board and Partners Announce ‘Terre Haute Is All In’ Initiative, Web Site

Chamber Board and Partners Announce ‘Terre Haute Is All In’ Initiative, Web Site

Chamber Board and Partners Announce ‘Terre Haute Is All In’ Initiative, Web Site Terre Haute, Ind. – Terre Haute is upping the ante on its involvement with a possible new casino in the area by announcing the “Terre Haute Is All In” initiative and web presence. On Tuesday, the Chamber, along with the organization’s Advocacy Committee, Casino Task Force and Advocacy partner RJL Solutions, launched the site, www.terrehauteisallin.com. Along with helpful information and statistics, the site asks community members to “sign up to support” the ongoing efforts to bring a ...
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West Central 2025: Kristin Craig Reflects on Working Together

West Central 2025: Kristin Craig Reflects on Working Together

Chamber of Commerce Vice President Kristin Craig recaps a meeting hosted by the West Central Indiana Economic District and looks ahead to future regional partnerships.  “Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is a success.” Working together as a region is a directive we often hear, but sometimes find hard to apply. However, when groups of individuals from multiple communities and counties do reach consensus, seek a genuine understanding of each other and create action plans on how to move forward collaboratively, it can be incredibly rewarding ...
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Chamber Releases 2019 Legislative Guide

Chamber Releases 2019 Legislative Guide

2019 is off and running at the Indiana Statehouse! Chambers that subscribe to our Advocacy Interest Area will recieve additional information about the first Advocacy Forum of the year, sponsored by Wabash Valley Asphalt. Also, check out the 2019 Legislative Guide, published by the Terre Haute Chamber ...
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Chamber Celebrates Volunteer of the Year, Remembers Matt Luecking

Chamber Celebrates Volunteer of the Year, Remembers Matt Luecking

Chamber Celebrates Volunteer of the Year, Remembers Matt Luecking The Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce paid tribute to past member and volunteer, Matt Luecking, while celebrating the 2018 Volunteer of the Year. During the Chamber’s Holiday Open House and Volunteer Appreciation event on Tuesday Chamber Board of Directors Chairman Keith Carter announced JOINK Sales Representative Karla Noorlag as the 2018 Volunteer of the Year. The award was presented in memory of past Chamber member Matt Luecking, who died in 2016. “Over the years the Chamber has been lucky to have a ...
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New Member Welcome: Adorned - Lashes and Makeup by Angelia

New Member Welcome: Adorned – Lashes and Makeup by Angelia

The Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce would like to welcome New Member, Adorned - Lashes and Makeup by Angelia. Read more about Angelia and her amazing business below!  Congrats on your new business; for those who don't know, tell us about Adorned!   Thank you! I am a licensed cosmetologist and makeup artist, that specializes in bridal/event makeup as well as lash services. I offer classic and volume lash extensions and lash lifts. I have been a makeup artist for eight years now as well as a double certified lash artist ...
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JOINK Announces Move, Hosting Holiday Open House

JOINK Announces Move, Hosting Holiday Open House

JOINK Announces Move, Hosting Holiday Open House A familiar Terre Haute company is celebrating the holidays – and a new location – on Friday, December 14 at 2pm. Joink has purchased and revamped a building at 834 S. 10th Street in Terre Haute. The 20,000 square foot facility, along with 50,000 square feet of warehouse space, combines the company’s former five employee based locations into one main facility and warehouse. The new venue also allows for all 80 Joink employees to work together; instead of spread out through multiple locations ...
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New Member Spotlight: ADP

New Member Spotlight: ADP

The Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce would like to welcome Alan Crumly, Human Capital Management Consultant for ADP. Read below to learn more about ADP: Congrats and welcome to the Chamber! Tell us more about ADP! ADP has been offering Human Capital Management Solutions for nearly 70 years. We are often thought of as just a payroll vendor but we are the industry leader in true end to end solutions. We look to consult with businesses to align with their key business initiatives and provide award winning technology and resources that meet ...
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Chamber News: Terre Haute Refresh Visit by National Main Street Center

Chamber News: Terre Haute Refresh Visit by National Main Street Center

Terre Haute Refresh Visit by National Main Street Center Indiana Main Street and National Main Street representatives will be conducting an economic strategy visit on January 10- 11th in Terre Haute.  The visit will help in clarifying a vision for downtown and identify market opportunities for Terre Haute, based on community input and market data.  Your feedback is important to us and we would like to ask you to take 5-10 minutes to complete this on-line survey.  The results are confidential and being collected by the National Main Street Center. Results ...
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Guest Blog: Dr. Sharma Explains Food Allergies

Guest Blog: Dr. Sharma Explains Food Allergies

The Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce would like to welcome guest blogger Dr. Rajiv Sharma of Digestive Health Associates.  What Is a Food Allergy? A food allergy is a medical condition in which exposure to a food triggers a harmful immune response. The immune response, called an allergic reaction, occurs because the immune system attacks proteins in the food that are normally harmless. The proteins that trigger the reaction are called allergens. The symptoms of an allergic reaction to food can range from mild (itchy mouth, a few hives) to ...
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New Member Spotlight: The Woods Allstate Agency

The Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce would like to welcome new member, Michael Woods of The Woods Agency. Learn more about Michael and his Allstate Insurance Agency.  Tell us about your business! I am an exclusive agent for Allstate Insurance. Allstate is the largest publicly held personal lines insurer providing insurance products to approximately 16 million households. Allstate was founded in 1931 as part of Sears, Roebuck & Co. The award winning Woods Allstate Agency opened its doors in January of 2017 offering home, auto, life, retirement, boat, atv, motorcycle, ...
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Guest Blog: Y Make Waves?

Guest Blog: Y Make Waves?

The TH Chamber would like to welcome Brenda Williams, member of the grassroots group "Y Make Waves?"... the below guest blog was also assisted by YMCA Executive Director Ryan Penrod. Y Make Waves? Because people who believe in a cause and make waves make a difference. “The YMCA pool was the best way to exercise when I was pregnant... my baby enjoyed it too!...My cholesterol has dropped 30 points.... I haven’t used an inhaler in a year ...... relaxing in the pool helps with stress and adds fellowship..... winter’s coming and without the ...
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Sisters Announce Christmas Prayer and Service Times

Sisters Announce Christmas Prayer and Service Times

Sisters announce Christmas prayer and service times The Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana, have announced the schedule of Advent/Christmas season Masses and services to celebrate and honor the birth of Jesus. All services are open to the public and to people of all faith traditions. All gatherings take place in the Church of the Immaculate Conception. Mass for the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary will take place at 11 a.m., on Saturday, Dec. 8. Mass on Sundays of Advent will be at 11 a.m., on the following dates: Dec. 2, ...
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Annual Chamber DC Fly-In Wraps, Attendees Reflect on Positive Connections

Annual Chamber DC Fly-In Wraps, Attendees Reflect on Positive Connections

Annual Chamber DC Fly-In Wraps, Attendees Reflect on Positive Connections WASHINGTON, DC – Members of the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce, including state and city leaders have returned from a whirlwind trip to Washington, DC. The group says now the real work will begin; continuing conversations with state and federal lawmakers and reporting back to agencies in West Central Indiana on what they learned during the 48 hour trip. “Although the snow and ice caused cold, brisk walks, the interactions with public policy leaders and agency directors made for a ...
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Annual Chamber DC Fly-In: Day 2

Annual Chamber DC Fly-In: Day 2

Chamber Members, State Leaders Wrap Day Two in DC November 15, 2018 - Washington, DC - With less than 48 hours in our nation's capital, the attendees of the Annual Chamber DC Fly-In hit the ground running on Thursday for the trip's final day. On the agenda; Federal Bureau of Prison meeting, Senator Todd Young, Vice President Mike Pence's Office and the Eisenhower Building. The trip is fast packed and a lot is packed into a small amount of time, but for first time attendee, Courtney Richey-Chipol, Executive Director of the Indiana Small ...
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Community News: Support our Sister-City Student Exchange with VCSC

Since 1962, Terre Haute, Indiana, and Tajimi, Japan, have been sister cities. This relationship began when the president of the Ceramic Workers Union in Japan, part of a 1961 tour group in the U.S., discovered in Terre Haute a city that reminded him of his native Tajimi. In later discussions, and through the encouragement of the U.S. State Department, the American Municipal Association and other organizations, the sister city idea grew. Both cities formalized the arrangement in 1962, based upon similar population size, hard-working cultures, a heavy emphasis on manufacturing, and their reputation as river cities ...
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