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Welcome from Board Chairman, Alison Walker

Dear Chamber and Community members,

My affiliation with the Terrell Chamber of Commerce dates back to the1990s when I first moved to Terrell and began working as a Chamber volunteer. Later, I spent a couple of years working on the Chamber staff before accepting a position with the City of

Terrell. As a previous board member, I am honored to now serve as its Chairman.

In my role as the City’s Public Information Officer, I have a unique opportunity to work directly with the Chamber staff on both City and community events. My long affiliation with this organization has provided me valuable insight into the professionalism, expertise, resources and activities our hard-working Chamber staff delivers to our community.

Terrell’s enviable location and focus on revitalization has led to unprecedented growth as residents and business owners alike decide to make Terrell their home. With that growth, membership also has increased and we hope to exceed the 500 mark this year.

The Chamber staff’s dedication to excellence shows. Whether its training and education, the implementation of new programs or strengthening partnerships, the staff and board are committed to our mission to increase prosperity in our community while improving quality of life for our residents.

The spirit of volunteerism is key to this Chamber’s continued success. Whether you are a lifelong resident or newcomer, I encourage you to get involved by serving on a committee and/or volunteering at one of our many community events such as the Annual Terrell Jubilee, the Civic Auction, the Terrell Taco Festival or any of the events listed on the website.

If you are not yet a member of the Terrell Chamber of Commerce, I encourage you to join. The cost of membership is negligible in relation to the benefits it will provide to your business and our community.

I am thankful to be a part of a committed team who believes challenges can provide opportunities. Please join us as we work collectively to make our community a place we can all be proud to call home.


Alison Walker

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