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November 19th Greater Pensacola Chamber 130th Annual Meeting Tonight The Greater Pensacola Chamber of Commerce will host its 130th Annual Meeting tonight and will include a free concert for the public to enjoy. The Chamber’s Annual Meeting will feature a brief program and then a concert by Ben Loftin and the Family as a tribute…

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November 17th Two Weeks Remain to Apply for FEMA Assistance for Hurricane Sally Panhandle residents who have uninsured losses resulting from Hurricane Sally have until Dec. 1, 2020 to register with FEMA for assistance. Survivors in Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Bay, and Walton counties can register with FEMA in several ways: By visiting DisasterAssistance.gov Downloading…

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November 16th The Greater Pensacola Chamber’s Total Resource Campaign is Underway Claim your marketing and sponsorship opportunities for 2021 by December 17th. Sponsorships and marketing vary from the notable “State of” series, PACE Awards, Military Appreciation, Social Media Chats and Legislative events. The impact of your sponsorship goes much further than the event and will…

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November 12th Entrecon 2020 Registration Ends Tomorrow; Chamber Members Receive a 15% Discount 2020 has been a tough (even traumatic) year for everyone. People need help and hope right now. That’s why EntreCon® has transitioned from in-person to a live, virtual event. EntreCon® live is always a time of renewal, strengthening skills, resolve and relationships,…

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November 3rd Election Day edition Vote Today and Support Chamber-Endorsed Positions The Greater Pensacola Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has taken positions on two important issues that will impact our local business community.   Vote YES on establishing the Escambia County Children’s Trust   Vote YES on establishing the Escambia County Children’s Trust  …

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November 2nd  One Month Remains to Apply for FEMA Assistance in Florida Panhandle Florida Panhandle residents who have uninsured losses resulting from Hurricane Sally have until Dec. 1, 2020 to register with FEMA for disaster assistance. One month after residents in five counties became eligible for federal disaster assistance, more than $94 million has been…

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October 26th Chamber President Todd Thomson Facebook Live With Studer Community Institute You’re invited to join Rachael Gillette as she chats live with Greater Pensacola Chamber President/CEO Todd Thomson about the impact COVID 19 and Hurricane Sally has had on our business community; and how the Chamber team has responded and supported recovery. Todd will…

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October 29th SBA Temporarily Closing Escambia County Business Recovery Center Oct. 31-Nov. 4 The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced it is temporarily closing the Business Recovery Center located in the East Pensacola Heights Clubhouse in Pensacola. The Center will be closed for SBA disaster assistance at 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30, and will reopen…

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October 28th Hurricane Zeta: What Pensacola area needs to know Wednesday Escambia and Santa Rosa counties are under a tropical storm warning as Hurricane Zeta prepares to make landfall sometime Wednesday night, most likely at about 7 p.m., in southeast Louisiana. Winds could be between 39 and 73 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center.…

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October 15th After Applying With FEMA, It’s Important to Submit SBA Loan Application After you apply for disaster assistance from FEMA, you may be referred to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). If you are referred to SBA, you should submit an SBA disaster loan application. If your application is approved, you are not obligated…

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