• Credibility & Visibility

    Businesses can reach their highest potential, so our community can reach new heights.

  • Ribbon Cuttings

    A cause for celebration is cause for a ribbon cutting ceremony! Ribbon cuttings celebrate new membership, grand openings, remodels, new management/ownership, additional locations, expansions and more. Ribbon cutting ceremonies provide instant visibility for the company through social media as well as an additional opportunity for networking. During a ribbon cutting ceremony, a certificate is granted to the company to commemorate the celebration, then the red ribbon is cut to signify the start of a great, new chapter. 

    To schedule a ribbon cutting ceremony, email Iris Boswell.

    To invite the Mayor of High Point to your ribbon cutting, click here.  

     

  • High Point Magazine

    Each Fall the High Point Chamber of Commerce produces its annual High Point Magazine.  The Magazine features new business profiles, young professionals, community awards, arts & culture, educational opportunities, and more within the High Point community. By combining the happenings of these community sectors into one publication, the High Point Chamber creates a tangible product to showcase all of the exciting events, news and improvements of the city. 

    SECURE YOUR SPOT NOW!

    Advertising opportunities for the 2017 - 2018 High Point Magazine are now available. Click here for more information!

     

     

     

     

     

    View the 2016 -2017 High Point Magazine online. 

    View the 2015 - 2016 High Point Magazine online.

    To request a hard copy, email Sarah Tate. 

     

  • Community Awards

    Distinguished Citizen of the Year  

    The Distinguished Citizen of the Year award is bestowed annually at the Membership Awards Celebration. The award recognizes its recipient(s) as a leader in the business community who has demonstrated excellence, superb service, contributions and selflessness to their community and profession. Below, are all of the past winners. 

    • 1987 – Bobbi Martin & Max Meeks

    • 1988 – Jim Millis & Bob Amos

    • 1989 – Jack Campbell

    • 1990 –Tom Haggai

    • 1991 – Clarence Keever

    • 1992 – Bill McGuinn

    • 1993 – Dave Phillips

    • 1994 – Dr. Nido Qubein

    • 1995 – Jack Slane

    • 1996 – Bill Horney

    • 1997 – George Erath

    • 1998 – Aaron Clinard & Jim Morgan

    • 1999 – David S. Miller

    • 2000 – Robert McInnis 

    • 2001 – Earl N. Phillips

    • 2002 – Judy Mendenhall

    • 2003 – Arnold J. Koonce, Jr. 

    • 2004 – Zaki Uddin Khalifa

    • 2005 – Jeffrey S. Miller

    • 2006 – Leah Price

    • 2007 – Rebecca Smothers

    • 2008 – Coy Williard

    • 2009 – Dr. Don Cameron

    • 2010 – Jerry Camp

    • 2011 – Owen Bertschi

    • 2012 – Charles Cain

    • 2013  George Clopton

    • 2014 – Ken Smith

    • 2015 – David Congdon 

     

    Volunteer of the Year

    The Volunteer of the Year award is awarded annually at the Membership Awards Celebration. The award recognizes its recipient(s) for above and beyond service to our Chamber and to this great city. Below are all of the past winners. 

    • 1998 – Michael R. Fox, Melanie Garrot, Allen Purser & Alice Smith

    • 1999 – Tom Foster, Jr., Marty Heim & Timothy Perry

    • 2000 – Jim Drum, Gart Evans, Mike McElvogue & Leah Price

    • 2001 – Freddine Crabtree, Irving Hamilton & E. Colby Walton, Jr.

    • 2002 – Ed Parks

    • 2003 – Jane Blackwell

    • 2005 – Jane West

    • 2006 – Robert A. Mitchell

    • 2007 – Charlene Green

    • 2008 – Roger Sims

    • 2009 – Janette McNeill

    • 2010 – Mitzie Blue

    • 2011 – Mary Beth Brackman

    • 2012 – Lisa Shankle

    • 2013 – Mary Beth Brackman Charles Cain, Jim Hundley, Bill McGuinn & Lisa Shankle

    • 2014 – Todd Messner

    • 2015 – Tommy Reid

     

    Business Woman of the Year

    The Business Woman of the Year award is presented annually at the Women's Business Luncheon. Award recipients are exceptional individuals offering personal guidance without hesitation, promote stewardship passionately, strongly encourage and instill leadership potential and over all make a committed difference in the lives of many. Below, are all of the past winners. The 2017 Business Woman of the Year will be recognized at the 2017 Women's Business LuncheonNominations will be accepted beginning in July 2017.   

    • 2002 – Judith P. Mendenhall

    • 2003 – Marty Heim

    • 2004 – Leah Price

    • 2005 – Linda Roney

    • 2006 – Jane Blackwell

    • 2007 – Tonia Stephenson

    • 2008 – Heidi Majors

    • 2009 – Karen McNeill

    • 2010 – Lisa Shankle

    • 2011 – Janette McNeill

    • 2012 – Tammy Nagem

    • 2013 – Dr. Grace Terrell

    • 2014 – Mena Parrish

    • 2015 – Debbie Lumpkins

    • 2016 – Tu Sen

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