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Wetumpka Chamber of Commerce

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is located about 13 miles from Montgomery. The city is the county seat of Autauga County. It is nicknamed "The Fountain City" after the artesian wells in the area. The city was founded in 1839 by well-known industrialist and architect Daniel Pratt. Interstate 65 runs along Prattville's east border. US Highway 31 bisects the community running north and south, and Alabama Highway 14 crosses from west to east connecting to the city of Millbrook. The proximity to Montgomery has contributed greatly to the growth of the city. It is estimated that 45 percent of Prattvillians work outside of the city, and the ...
boards. City nicknames can help in establishing a civic identity, helping outsiders recognize a community or attracting people to a community because of its nickname; promote civic pride; and build community unity. 1 Nicknames and slogans that successfully create a new community "ideology or myth" 2 are also believed to have economic value. 1 Their economic value is difficult to measure, 1 but there are anecdotal reports of cities that have achieved substantial economic benefits by " branding " themselves by adopting new slogans. 2 Some unofficial nicknames are positive, while others are derisive. The ...
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The War of 1812 in Clay County Alabama
The War of 1812 is often referred to as the “Forgotten War.” This conflict was overshadowed by the grand scale of the American Revolutionary War before it and the American Civil War afterward. We Americans fought two wars with England: the American Revolutionary War and the Warof 1812. Put simply, the first of these was a war for our political freedom, while the second was a war for our economic freedom. However, it was a bit more complex than that. In 1812, the British were still smarting from the defeat of their forces and the loss of their colonies to the upstart Americans. Beyond that, the major causes of the war of 1812 ... market research, surveys and trends
Endorsing the government | The Journal Gazette | Fort Wayne, IN
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – For a first-term Democrat in a solidly Republican district, Rep. Bobby Bright did something curious on a recent weekday while talking to a Kiwanis Club breakfast: He spoke of the goodness of federal spending. Even more curious, perhaps, is that his audience didn’t mind. Bright, 57, a dry-witted former mayor of Montgomery, on paper looks like one of the most vulnerable Democrats in Congress: a winning margin in 2008 of just 1,700 votes, a district that John McCain won that year with 63 percent and a constituency deeply unhappy with President Obama and Democrats in Congress. But Bright is well-liked ... market research, surveys and trends

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$25 million, while eliminating all building inspections and zoning regulation programs ... ruling that the half-percent occupational tax was illegal. ..... Wetumpka, Chamber of Commerce. More information about the June Walking Tours is ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Bright House Networks
An Indianapolis Public Schools teacher and two Carmel High School graduates have won separate honors and educational grants from Bright House Networks for their entries in two national competitions. Beth DeSalvo (in photo at right, receiving her award from Bright House Networks marketing manager Brooke Krodel), a speech-language therapist at Ernie Pyle Elementary School (IPS No. 90), won the 2010 “Get Schooled: Educate Motivate and Inspire” competition hosted by Bright House Networks in partnership with Get Schooled, a national education program co-developed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation , and Viacom . DeSalvo will ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Efforts attract 480-job manufacturer
MONTGOMERY -- In a meeting of Far East and Deep South, a Korean industrialist bowed and shook hands with River Region officials to celebrate a major industrial announcement. Elmore County contributed $250,000 to an incentive package that paved the way for Hyundai Heavy Industries to build its first North American plant in Montgomery. Elmore County Commission Chairman Earl Reeves called the announcement “a great day for the whole River Region.” “This will be an economic boost for Elmore County,” Reeves said. “Our people are exactly the kind of folks they need, educated, talented workers.” At the Montgomery Chamber of ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Endorsing the government
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – For a first-term Democrat in a solidly Republican district, Rep. Bobby Bright did something curious on a recent weekday while talking to a Kiwanis Club breakfast: He spoke of the goodness of federal spending. Even more curious, perhaps, is that his audience didn’t mind. Bright, 57, a dry-witted former mayor of Montgomery, on paper looks like one of the most vulnerable Democrats in Congress: a winning margin in 2008 of just 1,700 votes, a district that John McCain won that year with 63 percent and a constituency deeply unhappy with President Obama and Democrats in Congress. But Bright is well-liked ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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o Wetumpka Chamber of Commerce – 334-567-4811. · Lowndes County - Priesters Pecans – Ft Deposit - 334-227-8355. · Macon County - Tuskegee Chamber of ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Shoals Chamber of. Commerce. PO Box 1331. 35631. (256). 764-4661. (256). 766- 9017 www.shoalschamber.com. AL. Wetumpka. Wetumpka Area Chamber of. Commerce ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Encyclopedia of Alabama: Wetumpka
Selected as county seat in 1866, Wetumpka is still the economic center of Elmore County. Situated on the banks of the Coosa River , Wetumpka provides visitors and residents with a view of the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. The city has a mayor-council form of government, with officeholders elected on four-year term ballots. History   Wetumpka's history traces its roots back to the Indian, French, and British inhabitants of the area. Originally settled by the Creeks , an Indian village known as Taskigi occupied the area until the French established Fort Toulouse in 1714. Wetumpka was considered part ...
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