Last Thursday, the Waxahachie Chamber hosted its monthly Speed Lead Luncheon at The Dessert Spot downtown Waxahachie and was happy to see several new faces! Several profitable connections were made.

As well, the Waxahachie Young Professionals under 40 will be at 101 S. College for a professional development luncheon on Sept. 16 featuring guest speaker Jason Bang of Northwestern Mutual presenting on “Investing For Your Future!”

Special thanks to event sponsors: 101 South College, Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, Northwestern Mutual, Living Right Designs. Learn more and join the Waxahachie Young Professionals when you email WYP@waxahachiechamber.com!

The Waxahachie Chamber continues its weekly LIVE Interview Series with county and city leaders to discuss the current state of being for Ellis County.

Last week’s interview featured city manager Michael Scott and Mayor David Hill with the city of Waxahachie.

Each interview in this series includes an exclusive deep discussion of the year, the challenges, the wins and a look ahead – featuring a county or city person in leadership.

The purpose of this series is to keep the Ellis County community and business leaders aware of everything developing locally during these times of change.

Tune in LIVE at 4 p.m. Thursdays for the next several weeks to catch this exclusive interview series on the Waxahachie Chamber Facebook page!

The Waxahachie Chamber continues to welcome NEW MEMBERS into its ranks ... among whom are the following.

Individual Members

• Gorman and Gorman Freelance

Networking Members

• Chase Life

• Chill Zero

• Daniel Flores, Realtor

• W2 Financial Enterprises

• REACH Council Prevention Services

• Crux Engineering & Construction

Marketing Members

• Studio 77 Salon & Spa

• Title Max

• Bahama Plumbing

• Midtowne Assisted Living & Memory Care

• Crux Storage

• Hillcrest Burial Park

• Danceworks Waxahachie

• Atelier Antiques

Community Leader Members

• Ann’s Health Foods

The Waxahachie Chamber continues to be a leader of the city, ensuring the best interests of business owners are preserved in Ellis County as a whole.

Nelson Reyes, owner of Nation Auto Glass in Ellis County, speaks of his experience as a Waxahachie Chamber member:

“Nation Auto Glass was formed in 2019 here in Ellis County. I chose to open my business here, because this is my home. I love living here, therefore I decided it was only right to start my business in the community I knew the most. My favorite part about what I do is being part of a solution to a problem. When people have issues with their auto glass, I am ready to help in any way possible by providing excellent customer service and affordable prices. What I love most about the Waxahachie Chamber is their support in helping small businesses succeed and providing the necessary tools and information to do so.”

Apply for chamber membership online at waxahachiechamber.com today!

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