Arthur appointed to Small Business Commission Advisory Committee to represent CCAA

Jeremy L. Arthur, President & CEO, Chamber of Commerce Association of Alabama, appointed to Alabama Small Business Commission Advisory Committee

Alabama Governor Robert Bentley has appointed Jeremy L. Arthur, President & CEO, Chamber of Commerce Association of Alabama, to the newly created Alabama Small Business Commission Advisory Committee.

The Advisory Committee supports the Alabama Small Business Commission, created by Executive Order in September by Alabama Governor Robert Bentley.  The Advisory Committee will assist the Commission in the execution of their mission.  The Commission aids in formulating policies, encouraging innovation, and discussing issues critical to the economic growth of small businesses and is made up entirely of small business owners from across the State of Alabama.

The appointment representing the Chamber of Commerce Association of Alabama highlights that local chambers of commerce share a collective voice to represent Alabama business.

The Alabama Small Business Commission Advisory Committee

Back row (L/R): Greg Barker, Alabama Power Company; Chancellor Mark Heinrich, Alabama Postsecondary System; Jim Searcy, Economic Development Association of Alabama; Fitzgerald Washington, Alabama Department of Labor

Front row (L/R): Jerry Mitchell, North Alabama Black Chamber of Commerce; Rosemary Elebash, NFIB; Governor Robert Bentley; Ken Smith, Alabama League of Municipalities; Julie Magee, Alabama Department of Revenue; Jeremy Arthur, Chamber of Commerce Association of Alabama