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The Military Affairs Committee (MAC) Luncheon is a special opportunity for Sierra Vista Area Chamber of Commerce members, the general public, and military personnel to meet and recognize the best of the best at Fort Huachuca. Recognition is given for monthly and quarterly awards including top Civilian, Army Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO), Marine, Air Force NCO, Instructor, and Soldier. The event is a great honor for those recognized by Garrison Command, their peers, their superiors and the community.
Thunder Mountain Activity Center
Visitors, contractors and vendors 18 years and older, entering Fort Huachuca, who do not have a DoD identification card, will be subject to a background check before being allowed entry to the installation.
To complete a background check and be issued an installation access badge you must go to the Visitor Control Center (VCC) located the Fort Huachuca Van Deman Gate and complete an access request form.
Check out what our director of the Sierra Vista Area Chamber of Commerce had to say when interviewed at Networking@Noon hosted by Pueblo del Sol Country Club by Cochise Talk Media Network about the changes occurring and what the future holds for the chamber!!! youtu.be/GY1dknZZPz8There are dozens of articles and blogs on the "future of Chambers of Commerce". I caught up with Jennifer Martin at the Pueblo del Sol meeting house where sh... ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to Cochise Talk Media Network for stopping by our #Networking@Noon luncheon at Pueblo del Sol Country Club. Our next one is January 23rd! #svchamber #catalyst #ourcommunity #wemeanbusinessThere are dozens of articles and blogs on the "future of Chambers of Commerce". We caught up with Jennifer Martin at the Pueblo del Sol Country Club where she was overseeing the third mixer "Networking At Noon", attracting 30-35 local business players at all three. Martin has a keen awareness of the need for change in the industry that has for decades promoted local businesses, but she admits that the collective Chamber business model has gone stale and needs changes made to the recipe. The proof is in a precipitous decline in membership nationwide. Watch below and find out more.
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