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h o m e w o o d c h a m b e r. o r g 13 Clockwise from left: Homewood Fire Department's 1959 Mack Engine #5 in front of the Homewood Theatre in Downtown Homewood (present-day location of Cahaba Cycle); The Anderson House on Broadway, 1913; Shades Cahaba High School, circa 1945; Shades Cahaba High School Marching Band, circa 1940s business community and the city's economic climate. Monthly meetings and special events provide members with a valuable platform from which to promote their businesses to the local community and beyond. HOMEWOOD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEMBER BENEFITS • Online Membership Directory: Puts basic information about your company in front of countless poten- tial customers via the Chamber website. • Mailing Lists: Mailing lists of Chamber members are available via email at no charge and can be sent in an Excel format. • Visitors/Newcomers Information: Thousands of residents, visitors and newcomers contact the Homewood Chamber each year via personal visit, phone call, mail, and e-mail. Non-members are missing out on thousands of valuable business contacts. • Offi ce Depot Special Purchase Program: As a member business you can take advantage of special discounts off already low prices for your business purchases at Offi ce Depot. • Who's New: Each month the Chamber recognizes new members in our email and at the monthly membership luncheon. As a mem- ber, you will immediately get your name in front of the business community. • Business to Business Visibility and Connections: As a member, your company will reap the benefi ts of the Chamber's connections. On a monthly basis, professionals can get or stay connected to people and information through Chamber workshops, seminars, social gather- ings, and receptions. • Business After Hours: Casual social gatherings designed as networking opportunities to benefi t the individual and professional growth of Chamber members. Each quarterly event is hosted at a new location. • Monthly Membership Luncheons: are held on the third Tuesday of each month. Keynote speakers discuss current business trends and keep members informed on what matters in the community. Luncheons are held at The Club from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm., with the exception of the October luncheon held at Samford. • Coffee & Contacts: are informal history to lead the city to a bright future. g , circ a 194 0s h o m e w o o d c h a m b e r Photo courtesy of Homewood Fi re Department Photo courtesy of the Waldrop/Griffi n Collection Photo courtesy of the Shades Cahaba PTO Bi rmingham, Alabama Public Library Archives

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