A Weekly Focus on Local Business and our Chamber of Commerce

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Due to the ongoing Coronavirus precautions and guidelines, our 8th Annual Golf Classic has been postponed. We are putting the safety of the community and our members first. A new date will be determined based on Governor Cooper’s announcement in the second week of September. Thank you for your continued support and please check back for more information in the coming weeks.

New Member Shout-out!

Wilson Grove Senior Living Inc.

Welcome to the Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce!

Do you have concerns about virtual school while you continue to work from home?

Ayana Dixon, member of the Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce and owner/instructor at Kumon Charlotte/Mint Hill will be our host for this highly requested Zoom meeting. She will share the new procedures of going back to school and what it means for children and their parents. We’ll cover many topics; from new guidelines coming from the state of North Carolina to tips on how to set up a stress-free learning environment at home. This discussion is open to everybody, so please join us Wednesday, August 26th at 10 am – we will have lots of relevant and important information for you, whether you want to keep your children at home or send them to school. Zoom link can be found on our website and Facebook page!

Chamber Spotlight 

Timea Honeycutt
Timea Honeycutt

Name: Timea Honeycutt

Business: Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce

Role: Membership and Marketing Director

What made you decide to work for the Chamber? “I started my journey with the Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce last year as a summer intern, leading up to my senior year at UNCC. I had a great experience and was very grateful when the internship turned into a part-time position where I was able to grow not only professionally, but also personally. I’ve met so many amazing people and will always cherish the memories I’ve made at the Chamber.”

Fun fact: “I love animals. I have a cat and would love to rescue more furr babies in the near future.”

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In the early years of Mint Hill, educated ministers and citizens taught classes out of their own homes.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce is to promote and collaborate with businesses and cultivate a growing, connected community.

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