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Business Council of Alabama Names University of Alabama Senior to BCA Fellowship

The Business Council of Alabama has named University of Alabama rising senior Reynolds Sorrell of Vestavia Hills to a BCA fellowship. Sorrell majors in political science and minors in computer applications. The BCA regularly invites college students to experience the workings of the state’s largest business advocacy organization. “The BCA …

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Governor Ivey Lauds Selection of New Alabama Military Stability Foundation Executive Director

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Governor Kay Ivey congratulated the Alabama Military Stability Foundation for selecting Robert La Branche of Huntsville to head the foundation that works to ensure the stability of Alabama’s military resources. “I commend the Alabama Military Stability Foundation on their selection of Robert La Branche to serve as …

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U.S. Chamber Conveys Spirit of Enterprise Awards to Senator Shelby, U.S. Reps. Palmer, Roby

Rep. Martha Roby, R-Montgomery, receives U.S. Chamber of Commerce Spirit of Enterprise Award from U.S. Chamber Southeast Region Manager Brince Manning, third from right, during the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce Eggs & Issues breakfast on Wednesday. From left are: Montgomery County Commission Chairman Elton Dean; Business Council of Alabama …

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U.S. Chamber Conveys Spirit of Enterprise Awards to Senator Shelby and U.S. Representatives Palmer, Roby

U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., left, receives Spirit of Enterprise Award from Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Bill Sisson. (Contributed) The U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Mobile this week conveyed a Spirit of Enterprise Award to U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby. U.S. Chamber Southeast Region Manager Brince Manning …

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Congresswoman Martha Roby Addresses Montgomery Constituents, Receives Spirit of Enterprise Award

U.S. Rep. Martha Roby today at the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce’s Eggs & Issues breakfast updated chamber members and guests on state and national issues. Rep. Roby, R-Montgomery, touched on the tax cut, regulatory rollback, and military and farm issues. Rep. Roby serves on the House Committee on Appropriations …

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Austal USA Acquires Technology Leader ElectraWatch

Business Council of Alabama member Austal USA announced today it has acquired privately held ElectraWatch Inc. ElectraWatch in Charlottesville, Va., is a technology leader in developing and deploying portable probe devices that help efficiently maintain aluminum structures, Austal USA said. The acquisition reinforces Austal USA’s position as a global leader in …

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Alabama Trucking Association Honors Trucking Executive and BCA Board Member

The Alabama Trucking Association has honored Anniston trucking executive Greg Brown of BR Williams Trucking Inc. with its 2018 H. Chester Webb Award for Distinguished Service. The award, which recognizes state trucking professionals for outstanding service and leadership to their communities and the industry as a whole, was given Brown at the …

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Alabama Labor Department Schedules Spring and Summer Job Fairs

The Alabama Department of Labor has scheduled free job fairs throughout the state in May and June including two in Birmingham and Tuscaloosa. Some of these allow on-line registration and are conducting on-site interviews. Employers who wish to participate in a job fair and men and women seeking employment should register …

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Loxley Manufacturing Company Wins MOTY Award for 2018

Ecovery LLC materials remanufacturer in Loxley is the 2018 Manufacturer of the Year award winner in the small manufacturing category of between one and 99 employees. The company was named the winner at the April 18 MOTY awards luncheon ceremony sponsored by the Business Council of Alabama (BCA) and the …

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Manufacturing Jobs are Returning for High School Grads

Labor Department data show the lowest college-going rate since 2013, and a big drop for men, as job market strengthens, especially in manufacturing, the Wall Street Journal reported. Men who otherwise would likely attend community colleges are finding job opportunities in areas like manufacturing, said Alicia Sasser Modestino, an associate …

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