Alabama Attorney General spoke at the Annual East Walker Chamber Banquet
JUNE 1, 2015
Luther Strange spoke at the East Walker Chamber’s Annual Banquet on Monday, June 1, 2015.
The event was held in the Bevill State Exhibition Hall in Sumiton.
Joining Attorney General Strange was Alabama Senator Greg Reed.
The Attorney General spoke the issues facing a rapidly changing legal environment in Alabama.
There were about 170 people who attended the annual banquet.
East Walker Chamber of Commerce
The East Walker County Chamber of Commerce was chartered in 1975 for the purpose of promoting the advancement of civic, commercial, industrial and agricultural interests of East Walker County and the surrounding communities in West Jefferson County, as well as the general welfare and prosperity of our area.
In short, we are an organization of business, professional and other concerned citizens, working together for the common good of the community.
Membership is extended to any business, professional, or individual person desiring to assist in promoting our mission. The cities served by East Walker Chamber are Cordova, Dora, Sipsey and Sumiton.
Chamber Meet and Greet held in Dora
The East Walker Chamber hosted a quarterly city meet and greet at the City Hall the first Monday in June.
A host of people from the chamber and the community were on hand to network and enjoy refreshments.
Each quarter the Meet & Greets is a great networking opportunity to meet with city officials and learn about what's on the horizon for the communities in East Walker County.
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Bill Adair to delivers training on small business fraud
Walker County District Attorney, Bill Adair presented an East Walker County Chamber quarterly training session. Businessmen and women from East Walker and West Jefferson listened as the DA presented information on the types of fraud faced by businesses every day.
The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners estimates that a typical small business owner loses 5% of its revenues to fraud each year. In 2011, this translated into a loss of more than $3.5 trillion dollars worldwide. Fraud involves counterfeit bills, worthless checks, employee pilfering and embezzlement.
Adair covered ways in which businesses can spot fraud, and protect themselves against unethical employees, and criminals who make a living ripping off hard working businessmen and women.
Bevill State Community College provided a room with a computer and overhead projector. Lee’s Family Restaurant provided lunch for the DA’s staff and those attending the class. If you have an idea of a training session for next quarter, please send the suggestion to email@example.com
2510 Highway 78, Sumiton, Al 35148
Phone - 205-255-0202
East Walker Chamber of Commerce meets the second Tuesday of east month at noon at Lees Family Restaurant on Highway 78 in Sumiton.