Tag: arizona

This Thanksgiving, let someone else do the prep and cooking of the holiday feast

Not thrilled about spending hours creating Thanksgiving dinner? From buffets to to-go meals, Chamber members have you covered.

11/18/2016

Legacy of Arizona female leadership inspires Ambassador Barrett

Inspired by leaders before her Ambassador Barbara Barrett shares Arizona's legacy of female leadership.

11/14/2016

Falling Lake Mead levels highlight AZ water management successes, challenges

Continued, diligent water management is vital for the community and economic well-being of Arizona, which includes Lake Mead.

Early ballots arrive with pro-business voting opportunities

Although the official election date isn't until Nov. 8, early ballots are arriving in Arizona mail boxes now. Pro-biz candidates...

Sky Harbor in the Know: Airport upgrades may cause some flight delays

Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport's Terminal 3 modernization project requires a closure of the north runway until Nov. 6.

10/14/2016

Election projections: AZ stays presidential red, trust is paramount in winning votes

Arizona political vets predicted the electoral landscape in the state and beyond during this special event.

09/29/2016

Food options to beat the heat

From salads, to barbecue, Chamber members have something to offer every appetite.

09/02/2016

Leading like a lady: Sen. Carolyn Allen mixed charm, grace and tenacity

Sen. Allen was known for advocacy and her Southern, ladylike demeanor. We remember her determined, personal approach to public policy.

Celebrate women’s right to vote Aug. 26 at Central High School

Women's right to vote was not won quickly or easily. Celebrate this landmark achievement Aug. 26 at Central High School.

McCain urges voting, international trade at Greater Phoenix Chamber event

McCain shared his views on a wide range of topics vital to the audience of business and community leaders.

08/22/2016