The latest edition of Abacoa & Alton features a double-page spread on three major events we have coming up here at the Chamber. All are fun, outdoor and sports-centered: Business is Back @ the Ballpark, the 2021 Golf Classic and Loggerhead Triathlon. Click here to see the the latest issue, as well as Palm Beach Neighbor’s
We are blown away by the caliber of businesses and individuals nominated for the prestigious 2021 Leadership Awards. It is a testament to the character of our community – through such a hard year for all, so many continued to shine. If you recognize any of the nominees, please
Our friends at Passport Publications did an amazing job with the newest edition of the Prosperity Journal. Flip through its pages and you’ll find our membership directory, information about the Chamber and area resources for Palm Beach North and Palm Beach County. Every member will receive one in the
February marks the start of Black History Month – an annual celebration of the contributions Black Americans have made to this country and a time to reflect on the continued fight for racial justice. Each week for the month of February, we will be sharing stories of Black history from
Abacoa & Alton’s February issue features two articles about ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival, which is coming up February 13 – 14 at Gardens North County District Park in Palm Beach Gardens. Read about the new location and our poster artist for this year – Christine Adele. Read the full issue
Have you read the latest edition of Abacoa & Alton from our friends at Palm Beach Neighbors? Within the pages you’ll find an “All About ArtiGras” feature; the 36th annual ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival is produced by the Palm Beach North Chamber and presented by Hanley Foundation. An outdoor and socially-distanced event, ArtiGras will
Learn a little bit about our Economic Development Committee and our Sustainability Subcommittee in the newest issue of Abacoa & Alton! This anniversary edition features an article from Chip Armstrong, Chair of our Economic Development Committee and Chelsea Reed, Chair of our Sustainability Subcommittee. Plus, a familiar face is on the front cover.