July 05, 2015
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The Leadership Fairfield program is now accepting applicants for the 2015-2016 session. This community based program, co-sponsored by the Fairfield Area Chamber of Commerce and Indian Hills Community College, is meant to bring together current and future leaders from within the Fairfield community.

The Arc is a non-profit and service organization of people concerned about children and adults who are intellectually or otherwise developmentally disabled.  Members include families, friends, community leaders, professionals and persons who are intellectually or otherwise developmentally disabled.

    

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Full line restaurant that serves steaks, pizza, sandwiches, burgers, pastas, fish, chicken, salad bar, including a full bar.  

Welcome New Chamber Member: Singing Cedars

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Mayfaire Spring Celebration

May 16, 2015 11:00am-3:00pm
Aurora Farms

Welcome New Chamber Member: The Cider House

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The Fairfield Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that there is a nationwide casting call put out to Fairfield Iowa!!! From Simon Fuller, creator of American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance, comes this summer’s new live-event-style game show.  They are looking for fun, outgoing, loving, competitive families or co-workers or group of friends who think they can win any game out there.  They want to highlight some of America’s small towns!!!  If you’re chosen, you will compete for life changing cash and prizes.  If this sounds like you or someone you know please contact Joy Wingard with a picture and a little bit about yourselves at: joy@kasstinginc.com.  Let’s have some fun this summer!

Welcome New Chamber Member: Clear Water

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Small businesses are having a rough time surviving in this time and place and in other rural towns across the Midwest. Increasing numbers of people are shopping online, while most of the little money still spent locally goes to Wal-Mart, Hy-Vee, BP and other large retail chain stores, which further drain revenues out of the local economy.

The Fairfield Small Business Vitality Project currently represents over 100 members who are part of a turn-key, internationally successful solution to create consumer awareness of local businesses.

"A city needs businesses. Without them, it degrades to a bedroom town for some other city. In Fairfield, we do not have some other city.  We want and need to support our local businesses and merchants." - Nancy Morrissey, Executive Director, Fairfield Area Chamber of Commerce. 

Our antidote against the high small business mortality in Fairfield and rural Iowa is a simple, inexpensive, universal, and internationally established incentive program for shoppers to buy local, bring in business from outside, and create additional income for your business when your own members (i.e. your own registered customers) shop, online or offline, with any of our more than 40,000 other affiliates in 46 countries worldwide.

When you join our network, you will generate additional sales and receive super-store business power tools at a small business price.

The Fairfield Small Business Vitality Project aims to use this program as a community development project. To get started in Fairfield, we are initially looking for 10 businesses to join, achieving a success together which you could not achieve alone. Others will follow later, but the first 10 will reap the most benefits in the long-run.







Welcome New Chamber Member: Washington State Bank

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Opening in July of 2015

Washington State Bank
1706 West Burlington Avenue 
Fairfield, IA  52556
Contact: Michael Greiner
319-653-2151
mgreiner@washsb.com