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Sponsored By: Rebekah Moon | Published on: 27 Feb, 2020

For a business to be sustained and stay viable, the customer must always come first. Keeping them happy and returning for more is the ultimate goal for any business.

Sponsored By: Rebekah Moon | Published on: 18 Feb, 2020

In light of the changing times and the fact that sooner or later you’ll likely be called upon to apologize, it's essential you understand what goes into an effective business apology. The words I'm sorry simply aren't enough.

Sponsored By: Jennifer Hetzel | Published on: 14 Feb, 2020

The Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting for Downtown Killeen’s newest mural, recently completed by artist Joe Perez III. The public is invited to attend the ceremony on Thursday, February 27 at 1:30 pm at...

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Broadwater displays future of 1st Cavalry Division at Killeen Chamber luncheon
Posted on: 05 Feb, 2020
Broadwater displays future of 1st Cavalry Division at Killeen Chamber luncheon

KILLEEN — Maj. Gen. Jeff Broadwater, 1st Cavalry Division commanding general, gave insight into the future plans of his division’s brigades during the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce Military Relations Council luncheon Jan. 29.

Killeen Chamber Networking
Posted on: 01 Feb, 2020
Killeen Chamber Networking

Killeen’s “premier networking opportunity” for business professionals is planned for Wednesday, Feb. 5, at the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce offices,

A&M-Central Texas holds research park summit in next step forward
Posted on: 30 Aug, 2019
A&M-Central Texas holds research park summit in next step forward

The physical research park that Texas A&M University-Central Texas and Killeen Chamber leadership has dreamed about took another step forward to reality. Although the project is still in the conceptualization phase, A&M-Central Texas President Marc Nigliazzo said the research park is no longer a dream. “It is a vision that is coming together and coming together very rapidly,” he said Wednesday during an all-day meeting with Army and academia officials.




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