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524 Sherwood Ave, Mena, AR 71953, United States

Mena/Polk County Chamber of Commerce

The Mena/Polk County Area Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1898. Polk County has a very diversified economic base, which includes: tourism, manufacturing, agriculture, forestry, aviation, and retirement.

The purpose of the Mena/Polk County Area Chamber of Commerce is to advance welfare and prosperity of our area so that its citizens and all areas of its business community shall prosper. Our focus is given to the economic, civic, commercial, cultural, industrial, recreational, and educational interests of the area.

We serve the business community through our many business service programs, events and committees and strive to find more ways to serve our members.

Many times we are the first place an individual will stop when visiting our area, and we provide maps as well as local business information to assist them with their needs.

Our partners consist of area businesses and individuals who believe that a strong, healthy community is dependent on a steady stream of visitors, a thriving business community, and those who are looking to make the Mena/Polk County area their permanent home.

Our volunteer Board of Directors donate their time and effort to ensure the prosperity of local business and address any and all issues necessary to promote local industry. Members are encouraged to participate and membership fees help in funding sponsored programs.

Mena, Arkansas and the other towns and cities located in Polk County, Arkansas have a lot to offer! A thriving economy, abundant activities and outdoor recreation opportunities, excellent schools, a progressive medical foundation, easy access to the Ouachita National Forest, and more. Consider Mena, Arkansas for your family, your business, your recreation and for your peace of mind.

Mena Polk County 2 years ago
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