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2020 Session Recap

Governor Ivey Issues Proclamation Providing Covid-19 Liability Protections for Businesses On May 8, Governor Kay …

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Member Spotlight

BCA Member Company Ranked Best Place to Work in Alabama

BCA member Regions Bank has been ranked the best company to work for in Alabama in a recent report release by 24/7 Wall Street. “Regions Bank has been a longstanding and devoted member of BCA and a true Alabama job creator,” said BCA president and CEO Katie Britt. “We would …

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Launching astronauts to space from the U.S. starts in Alabama

Alabama’s role in the space program was on full display last month in Decatur. The United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V Dual Engine Centaur and first stage Booster that will launch astronauts to the International Space Station aboard Boeing’s Starliner capsule departed ULA’s Decatur facility. The rockets were loaded into …

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Recent Posts

BCA and CCAA Name 2020 Small Business of the Year Award Winners

MONTGOMERY, Alabama — On December 4, businesses from around the state gathered virtually in anticipation to see who would be named the 2020 Small Business of the Year Award winners. This award, presented annually by the Business Council of Alabama (BCA) and the Chamber of Commerce Association of Alabama (CCAA), …

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Business Council of Alabama Announces the 2021 Board of Directors and Chairman

Contact: Jean Elizabeth Miles | Phone: 334-797-3742 | Email: jmiles@bcatoday.org MONTGOMERY, Alabama — The Business Council of Alabama (BCA) has announced the organization’s 2021 board of directors, including a new chairman. Gary Smith has been elected to serve as chairman of the board, succeeding John Mazyck. Before being elected as chairman, Smith …

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Business Council of Alabama Launches Initiative to “Keep Alabama Open”

MONTGOMERY, AL — The Business Council of Alabama today launched the grassroots movement to “Keep Alabama Open.” The new campaign comes in opposition to recent public calls for a nationwide mandatory shutdown, which would come from the federal government if instituted. BCA fully supports the State of Alabama’s ability and …

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