Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce issued the following announcement on Aug. 8.
The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce held a kickoff event on Aug. 7, at the Cleveland Country Club, for its Momentum ’22: Investing in Tomorrow campaign. Campaign leaders were excited to announce they have already raised nearly 65 percent of the campaign goal of $1.6 million dollars.
The five-year, public/private workforce, economic and community development initiative will support the Chamber’s program of work and services, to grow the economy and create a bright economic future for Cleveland and Bradley County. Momentum’22: Investing in Tomorrow is co-led by Campaign Chairs Mike Griffin, First Tennessee, and Cameron Fisher, Church of God International Offices.
“The Momentum ’22 campaign will support programs that are crucial to current and potential new employers,” expressed Mike Griffin. Forty-two companies and individuals have contributed to the campaign for a total of $1,040,000. The supplement to the Chamber’s operating budget, will support the creation of over 2,000 direct and 1,703 indirect new jobs and over $1.1 Billion in new private capital investments. “In this competitive environment for growth, our county and the Ocoee Region will succeed if we work together, as friends and neighbors, in this public/private collaboration,” shared Cameron Fisher.
Momentum ‘22: Investing in Tomorrow initiatives include:
- Workforce Development.
- Entrepreneurial Development.
- Buy Local.
- Tourism Based Economic Development.
- Chamber, facility, website and equipment upgrades.
- Economic & Community Development Support.
For more information or further pledge support, contact Campaign Director, Chris Marshall, at the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce office, at 423-472-6587.
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Source: Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce