News for Marion Business Association
Monday, June 04, 2018
Music has a way of imprinting on our souls, taking us to another wavelength, and even changing our lives. For Freddie and Woody Killough, music has been narrating their story--both personally and professionally--since 1978. The Chamber of Commerce was honored to celebrate with them for the 30th Anniversary of their music store, Killough's Music and Loan, last week at a crowded and jubilant Ribbon ...read more
Categories: Chamber, General News Article, Marion Business Association, Ribbon Cutting, Women in Business, Community, Local Business News, Press Release, Small Business
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
The art of wildcrafting (the practice of gathering native plants and botanicals for health and medicinal purposes) is a treasured tradition in the Appalachia. Nikki Chester, who recently opened her shop, Nourished By Nature on Henderson Street in downtown, fondly recalls learning the craft from her great-grandmother who grew up in nearby Yancey County. "It was what we did," she recalls. "When ...read more
Categories: Event News, General News Article, Local Business News, Marion Business Association, Press Release, Ribbon Cutting, Small Business, Women in Business, Health & Wellness, Chamber
Friday, May 04, 2018
McDowell Native Creed Burelson has returned home; bringing some of Philadelphia's culinary culture to Main Street in The Big Orange Hoagie Factory!
The Chamber staff and ambassadors gathered on April 2, 2018, to officially welcome him and his daughter, Sophie Burleson, to the Chamber family and back home to McDowell.
Burleson purchased the building at 8 N. Main Street after moving back from ...read more
Categories: Local Business News, Ribbon Cutting, Community, Marion Business Association, Small Business