The Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee established the Diversity Award in 2021. This award recognizes organizations who have demonstrated a commitment to the advancement of diversity, equity, and inclusion within their organization.
The winner will be recognized at the Greater Jackson Chamber's Annual Luncheon on January 26, 2022. APPLY HERE
For more information contact Cynthia Buchanan at 601.948.7575 extension 260 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Greater Jackson Common Calendar Committee meets yearly and their purpose is to coordinate calendars among metro areas schools. The committee is led by Greg Self, Associate Head of School for Madison-Ridgeland Academy, and the group met in October to review and approve the upcoming School Calendars for 2022-2025.
The Committee is comprised of representatives from IHL, pubic, private, parochial, college, universities from the Greater Jackson region. CLICK HERE TO VIEW 2022- 2025 CALENDARS.
The Greater Jackson Chamber is dedicated to bringing value to our members and are excited to share our new Creative Chamber Benefits with our membership. We have worked hard to put together a suite of products including dental, vision and life insurance coverage, a payroll program through Netchex, and the Creative Benefits Bundle which includes access to telemedicine healthcare visits from Teledoc, a pharmacy savings program and other valuable resources. The best part is as a member of the Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership you immediately save money by enrolling in these very affordable plans. We also hope this suite of benefits will help in your efforts to recruit and retain new talent in a very competitive job market. To learn more about the program please visit this webpage CREATIVE CHAMBER BENEFITS or feel free to contact your current insurance provider.
Jackson Municipal Airport Authority Celebrates the Return of Southwest Airlines with Official Ribbon Cutting and Reception at Jackson-Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport
The Jackson Municipal Airport Authority (JMAA) celebrated the return of Southwest Airlines (SWA) at the Jackson-Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport (JAN) Monday, June 7, with a ceremonial ribbon cutting and reception. After seven (7) years, SWA officially restarted services at JAN on Sunday, June 6 to kick-off its six (6) flights a day on Saturdays and Sundays and seven (7) weekday Boeing 737 flights. The much-anticipated return provides travelers with nonstop routes to Orlando, FL (MCO), Baltimore-Washington (BWI), Houston-Hobby, TX (HOU), and Atlanta, GA (ATL), allowing connections or same-plane service to more than 80 Southwest destinations. The ceremony was well-attended by Southwest officials, JMAA business and civic leaders, Federal, State, and local governmental dignitaries, as well as members of the media. READ MORE OF THE PRESS RELEASE
Ribbon Cutting for Museum Trail
We thank all of our contributors for supporting this project: Carol Pigott and Dr. Tom Fenter/ Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi, John and Lucy Shackleford Fund/Community Foundation for Mississippi, Ray Neilsen, Billy and Jan Mounger, Jennifer Welch, Mississippi Beverage Association/ Ron Aldridge and other individual contributions.
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Office Depot OfficeMax Business Savings Program
We’re proud to be a part of the Office Depot OfficeMax Business Savings Program.
This exclusive program provides our members with special deals that extend to almost every item, access to Office Depot’s technology services and local Business Pros, and more.
The savings include:
Sign up for our Office Depot Business Savings Program, administered by Excelerate America today. Click here to register now.
Hyperlink http://bit.ly/GJP_OD for easy registration.
Prefer to shop in the store? Text GJPCard to 844.446.6358 to get the store purchasing discount card on your phone. Use the card at the time of check out and your discounts will come off and show on your receipt!
GJCP President and CEO Jeff Rent and Chamber Member Willie Jones from Dependable Source were guest on 16 WAPT's Mississippi Matters Sunday, October24, to discuss growth in the metro population as well as exciting new developments and the local economy. To see the show CLICK HERE.
The Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership's Diversity Equity Inclusion Committee hosted "Dialogue and Donuts with Dr. Nashlie Sephus. If you missed the webinar CHECK IT OUT HERE.
The Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership hosted an educational webinar in March 2021 to look at the city of Jackson's water and sewer system. Click on the following link to view From Source to Sewer