Cleveland City Manager Joe Fivas will speak for the June 15 “Food for Thought” on plans for the city of Cleveland.
The second-quarter “Food for Thought” membership luncheon will take place Thursday, June 15, at noon at the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce.
The “Food for Thought” Dutch-treat luncheon requires reservations to facilitate room setup and food. Please call the Chamber at 423-472-6587 to make your reservation or visit the events calendar on the Chamber’s website, www.clevelandchamber.com, by Tuesday, June 13. For more information about the event, click here.
The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce recognized McIntire, president of McIntire & Associates Insurance, as the 2017 Mel Bedwell Small Business Person of the Year because he “embodies the true spirit of a small businessperson with integrity who is invested in making his community a better place.”
McIntire is the 19th individual to receive the Bedwell Small Business Person of the Year award since its renaming to honor the contributions of the late Mel Bedwell, who was one of the most loyal and supportive members of the Small Business Committee of the Chamber of Commerce.
The award winner is part of a generational legacy of small business owners in Cleveland and Bradley County. For more information about why he was recognized with this prestigious award, click here.
Nestled in the heart of the Ocoee Region in Southeast Tennessee lies Cleveland/Bradley County, Tennessee. Here a small-city feeling mixes with progressive business, excellent medical, educational and cultural facilities, and thriving industry to create an ideal place to live, work, raise a family and even retire. The community offers a seasonal climate, major transportation advantages, a diversified economy, traditional family values and a natural playground set against a picturesque backdrop. What more could you want?