April 2013

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'Conway is Calling’ promotes Community


The Conway Area Chamber of Commerce has developed a program that assists area employers in their nationwide recruitment efforts.

“Conway is Calling” gives job seekers information about Conway and promotes the fast-growing, affordable city as an ideal place for young, educated professionals to make their start.
Brad Lacy, president and CEO of the Conway Area Chamber of Commerce, said the Chamber has a role to play in helping businesses recruit new talent to Conway.

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Kimberly-Clark next stop for 13-in-13 program

Kimberly-Clark Corporation is the site of the Conway Area Chamber of Commerce’s next 13-in-13 visit, which will take place Thursday, May 30, from 9-11 a.m.
The 13-in-13 program gives individuals an inside look into 13 businesses that have had a significant role in developing Conway’s economy. At each visit, 13 attendees will gain insight into the history and operations of some of Conway’s largest employers. Previous visits have included Hewlett-Packard and Acxiom.

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Rogers Plaza to serve as attractive new entrance to downtown Conway


The Conway Area Chamber of Commerce has unveiled plans for an attractive new entryway to downtown Conway. Rogers Plaza will be located at Oak and Court Streets and is named after the Earl Rogers family, who donated the property to the city of Conway.

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Maxillofacial Surgery Center of Central Arkansas


Now going on 20 years, Dr. Mitchell Collins of Maxillofacial Surgery Center of Central Arkansas has served as Conway’s only board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon.

Oral and maxillofacial surgery is the specialty of dentistry that treats diseases, injuries or defects in the mouth, jaws and face. Dr. Collins’ unique oral and maxillofacial surgery training required dental school, medical school and a hospital-based residency in oral and maxillofacial surgery.

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Local fly shop to launch nationwide TV show

A local fly-fishing shop is about to enter the national spotlight with the launch of a new TV show.

The Toad Fly has signed a contract with the Pursuit Channel to air its “Chasing Waters” fly-fishing series beginning in 2014. “Chasing Waters” documents a journey through 13 rivers and streams in Arkansas, highlighting the fly-fishing opportunities and species of fish that are available in the area. It will be broadcast into 40 million homes.