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Get A Business Ad in Our Popular Community Guide
Work has begun on the 2020 Community Guide, published by the Pauls Valley Chamber of Commerce. This unique resource goes to prospective business owners, newcomers, and visitors and is the most comprehensive introduction to Pauls Valley that is conveniently available to the public.
Now's the time to advertise in the handy booklet. Your ad will have potency for the entire year. The deadline for ads is Oct. 1. CONTACT the Chamber for more information.
Team Up to Clean Up
The Chamber of Commerce leads the community-wide effort. The date is Saturday, Oct. 26, and people are invited to bring tools and work gloves as we tackle some alleyways, delinquent public thoroughfares, etc. The time is 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Meet at the Chamber office at 112 E. Paul Ave.
The "Pockets of Progress" initiative was adopted by the Pauls Valley Chamber of Commerce as a beautification initiative for the city in hopes that when people's impressions of Pauls Valley are positive, there is a better likelihood of interest in moving and working here. The events is co-hosted by the Pauls Valley Ministerial Alliance.
QuickBooks software is ideal for small businesses that manage their own accounting and other business transactions. Participants in this intensive, hands-on training will learn how QuickBooks Desktop can streamline their processes and benefit their business. QuickBooks Pro 2019 Desktop version is used for this training. Topics to be covered:
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Be There! ... Garvin County Job Fair
Vendors are now welcome to sign on for the Garvin County Job Fair, set for 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 2, at Crossroads Church, located about 1 mile west on Hwy. 19 from I-35. This is a great opportunity to promote your business and seek new hires at the same time. The organizer are planning to promote the job fair to anyone living within 60 miles of Pauls Valley.
Registration is $50 per vendor, and that includes two lunches. See the document below for more information and the registration form.
Tariffs, Trade and Oklahoma Businesses
The Oklahoma Small Business Development Center is hosting a special program to discuss the current trade and tariff uncertainty for Oklahoma's small businesses who are involved in international trade. Anthony Cambas, Director of the Wes Watkins Center for International Trade & Development, and one of Oklahoma's top authorities on international trade, will lead the discussion.
The event is free and happens at Rose State College, Midwest City, on Sept. 18, 1-4 p.m. More information below.