Hello Valued Chamber Member:
We are incredibly grateful for your support and participation during this time, and look ahead to the new year with confidence, hope and a fresh start.
We would like to say thank you for being a member of the Pittsburg-Camp County Chamber of Commerce and for partnering with us to support the economic growth and development of our community. By being a Member of your local Chamber of Commerce, you bring credibility to your business. Now more than ever, it is crucial to keep your business in the forefront, and your Chamber membership is an ideal tool to do just that.
The Pittsburg-Camp County Chamber of Commerce is here to further the business interests of our community and be your advocate to the community at large. We’re here to promote Pittsburg and Camp County as a great place to live, work, shop and play. Our staff and Board Members are dedicated to helping our members thrive. We are here to serve you, and our community. You can rest assured that we are continually looking for ways to be of service to you. We are in business for your business.
Because you are a Valued Chamber Member:
Chamber Goals for 2023:
Thank you again for allowing us to serve you once again in 2023. We truly appreciate your support of the Pittsburg-Camp County Chamber of Commerce and our community.
Your Chamber Board of Directors
Alice Hill; Frederick Douglass Alumni, Cassy Karnes; Mayben Realty, Betty Lanning; The Pittsburg Gazette, Fabio Pinzon; Patrick Redfearn Realty, Guy Cayo; UT Health Pittsburg, Holly McGraw; On Top Dezignz, James Wallace; Wallace Law Firm, Karen Campbell; Pilgrim's Pride, Kim Daily; City National Bank, Kimberly Mercer; Pittsburg Insurance, Marci Parker; Guaranty Bank, Mark Levy; Pink Flamino Sound, Matt Wallace; Southern Wind Manor, Perry Wilson; Los Pinos Ranch Winery, Sabin Warrick; Sausage Warehouse, Sam Short; Kim's Convenience Store, Steven Potter; Performance Food Service and Chamber Director Connie Bradshaw
Connie transplanted here from Ada, Oklahoma. Born and raised in a small town atmosphere she knows about the caring and closeness of people, businesses and friends of a community. She moved to Pittsburg in 1997 to marry her husband Richard, who is native, born and raised in Pittsburg. Connie came aboard the Chamber as an Assistant Chamber Director. She has assisted during our Tri-County Independence Day Celebration, 2021 Pioneer Day’s Festival, Historic Highway 11 Treasure Trails, Paint Pitt Pink Chili Cook-Off, Trick or Treat on Main and Pittsburg's Countdown to Christmas Celebration.
Connie has held many positions in serving the community through employment with Northeast Texas Community College, Pittsburg Independent School District, East Texas Workforce Commission and Health and Human Services. Also serving in the hospitality industry, she helped open and worked at the new LaQuinta Inn and Suites in Mount Pleasant.
Connie has two adult children and 3 grandchildren. She enjoys singing, and is currently singing with the praise team at her church. She also loves traveling, as well as spending time with friends and family.
Onward and upward.