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Hot Off the Press!
The Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce held a Recognizing Our Community Heroes luncheon on Tuesday at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center. The luncheon is an effort to celebrate our community’s everyday heroes for their incredible acts of service during COVID-19 and the winter storm of February 2021.
KILLEEN, Texas — The Killeen Chamber of Commerce recognized its community heroes at the Killeen Civic & Conference Center here, Nov. 2, including Fort Hood Soldiers, retirees, veterans and families.
On Wednesday, Texas A&M University-Central Texas and the Fort Hood Regional Economic Development Corporation (14 Forward) will welcome more than 85 industry and community leaders from across the U.S. to the Bill Yowell Conference Center to discuss the ongoing growth of the University Research Park and Innovation District.
The melting pot of people with different ideas is why Rebekah Moon with the Killeen Chamber of Commerce said the area is seeing so much success.
A picture development and photography studio that has been operating in Killeen for about two years officially cut the ribbon on its new location Thursday afternoon.
A new brewery will host a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce Wednesday.
The parent company of MGC Pure Chemicals America (MPCA), located in Killeen, wanted to help those in the Killeen community affected by the winter storm that ravaged Texas in mid-February.
A Killeen nonprofit organization that has been around nearly a year hosted a ribbon cutting with the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday.
Since the beginning of this year, the Killeen Chamber of Commerce has added 13 new members. That means 13 new businesses booming in the city.
Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce Director of Research Jennifer Hetzel, along with Josie McKinney, chef and owner of Let’s Eat Texas, Beth Funk, owner of Life Moves Yoga, and John Valentine, founder of the nonprofit Operation Phantom Support, sign off after an hour-long Facebook webinar on Monday.