Our opinion: Chamber did a great job on a great evening
Source: Houma Today | 2/4/2019
Terrebonne Parish’s business community came together last week to honor its own at the Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of Commerce’s annual banquet, and the night was a wonderful success.
Synergy Bank CEO Jerry Ledet Jr. was named the The Courier’s 2019 Most Useful Citizen. He also received the Chamber Star Award. He accepted the Most Useful Citizen Award from last year’s recipient, former Parish president Michel […]
Houma-Terrebonne CEO Nicol Blanchard (from left) stands with Terrebonne’s Young Acheivers Brett Means, Katy Bourg Ledet and Kandace Mauldin, Business First Bank Vice President Ruble Pitre and chamber board Chairman Jason Bergeron. [Julia Arenstam/Staff — houmatoday/dailycomet]
Houma-Terrebonne Chamber honors Young Achievers
By Julia Arenstam Staff Writer (Houma Today)
The Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of Commerce honored the 2018 Terrebonne’s Young Achievers during a luncheon Tuesday.
“The Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of Commerce is pleased to introduce to you three […]
Cassidy Touts Republican Elections Successes
By Julia Arenstam Houma Today Staff Writer
U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy, R-La., speaks at a joint Chamber of Commerce Luncheon Wednesday in Gray. [Julia Arenstam/Staff — houmatoday/dailycomet]
After the Republican party managed to maintain and build on its majority in the Senate Tuesday night, Louisiana’s senior senator said he is encouraged about his party’s prospects in Washington.
U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy, R-La., spoke to a joint chamber […]
Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of Commerce celebrates 100 years
By: Jason Bergeron / Houma-Terrebonne Chamber Chairman
It was a thought-provoking event when we held the Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of Commerce Past Chairs Social during Chamber Week on Oct. 16 in recognition of the chamber’s 100th anniversary.
The robust group of leaders was engaged in boisterous conversations, discussing the many achievements of the chamber over the years. Of course, no one was around 100 years ago when it all began, but several people remembered the buildings […]