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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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Gov’s Chief of Staff Speaks Openly About Events Surrounding Unusual and Historic Transition of Power at BCA’s Pathways to Policy Summit

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Governor Kay Ivey’s chief of staff today gave Business Council of Alabama Pathways to Policy committee members an insider’s look at events on April 10 when Ivey became Alabama’s 54th governor. Chief of Staff Steve Pelham said although then-Lt. Gov. Ivey had a transition plan because Governor …

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Business Council of Alabama Turns 32

The Business Council of Alabama was born 32 years ago today from the political necessity of bringing a united business voice to the table. Today the BCA is the leading advocate for Alabama businesses that are the job creators and innovators that drive our state’s economy. The BCA is a …

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BCA 2017 was a Tremendous Success! Watch highlights Here

  The Business Council of Alabama’s 30th annual summer conference was a tremendous success with record turnout and programming that featured prominent state and federal leaders, nationally recognized speakers, and highlighted excellence in business and education. For the last 30 years, this conference has been a gathering place for Alabama’s job …

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Beatrice Peters Joins Business Council of Alabama for Summer Fellowship

University of St. Andrews student Beatrice Peters of Darien, Conn., has joined the Business Council of Alabama’s summer fellowship program. The BCA regularly invites college students to experience the workings of the state’s largest business advocacy organization. “The BCA offers fellowships each year to select students as a way to …

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Jalen Drummond Joins the Business Council of Alabama

University of Alabama student Jalen Drummond of Wedowee has joined the Business Council of Alabama for the summer. The BCA regularly invites college students to experience the workings of the state’s largest business advocacy organization. “The BCA offers fellowships each year to select students as a way to expose them …

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BCA’s William Canary to Speak at PARCA Symposium on 2017 Session

Business Council of Alabama President and CEO William J. Canary is scheduled to participate in the Public Affairs Research Council of Alabama’s Roundtable Legislative Symposium scheduled June 23 in Birmingham. “It’s an honor to be invited to the symposium by the Public Affairs Research Council of Alabama and to be …

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Thai Embassy First Secretary Visits BCA as Part of Alabama Commerce Tour

Business Council of Alabama members Rob Henry, right, and Robert F. Henry Jr., second from right, visit the BCA’s office with Kay Kramer, left, assistant for First Secretary of the Royal Thai Embassy; Royal Thai Embassy First Secretary Panupat Chavananikul, second from left; and, William J. Canary, center, president and …

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BCA Welcomes New Board Members, Canadian Consul, Mobile Mayor, and U.S. Rep. Roby

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (Feb. 21, 2017) – The Business Council of Alabama on Tuesday conducted its winter board of directors meeting and welcomed 21 new board of directors’ members who heard remarks by Louise Blais, consul general of Canada in Atlanta, Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson, who is a past BCA chairman, …

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Peyton Manning to Headline BCA’s 2016 Chairman’s Dinner

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  May 25, 2016 Contact: Nancy Wall Hewston or Dana Beyerle (334) 834-6000 MONTGOMERY – The chairman of the Business Council of Alabama today announced that Peyton Manning, one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history, will be the keynote speaker at the BCA’s 2016 Chairman’s Dinner that …

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