As of Monday, July 7 the Headland Area Chamber of Commerce office has relocated in the City of Headland’s new Municipal Complex at 25 Grove Street, on the square. Formerly Alabama Power, the renovated facility is now home for the Mayor’s Office, City Clerk, Water Department, Henry County Annex and E-911. The Headland Police Department, City Court and City Council meetings will remain at the City Hall, now the Judicial Building. An open house will be scheduled later this summer.
The Chamber’s phone and mailing address will stay the same.
Sundown Cinema was a rousing success on Thursday, June 19th! Over 400 people attended our inaugural Sundown Cinema showing of "The Sandlot". Mayor Ray Marler welcomed those in attendance and thanked the various sponsors that supported their Chamber in conducting this event. Jody Singleton recognized the players of our local baseball All-Star teams who have had so much success winning in their local sectionals and making it into the playoffs. Local businesses as well as non-profit organizations benefitted from this event that was sponsored by Renaissance Headland, the City of Headland and the Chamber of Commerce. More Sundown Cinema events are in the works!
Redmond’s restaurant had its official grand opening and ribbon cutting on June 12 and served up delicious seafood for their guests. Redmond’s is open 11am-2pm and 4-9pm Tuesday through Saturday and is located at 17960-101 US Hwy 431 Bypass near Hometown Foods, 693-0540.
Our inaugural Connect @Lunch was held on April 17th at The Oyster Bar & Steamer. Brandon Shoupe of Strategy 6 in Dothan was our guest speaker and presented "Don't Be a village Idiot with Social Media" to inform attendees on the merits of using social networks to promote their businesses. More than 30 Chamber members and guests attended the luncheon event and enjoyed a buffet meal as well as networking with other businesses in Henry County.