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Business Council of Alabama Announces New Staff Member and Promotions

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Business Council of Alabama President and CEO William J. Canary today announced a new member of the BCA team as well as new titles and expanded duties for several BCA staff members. Troy University graduate Anna M. Dobbins has been named the BCA’s Meetings/Events and Communications Coordinator, …

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Chamber Exec John Seymour Receives Thompsonian Award

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (Dec. 5, 2014) – Decatur-Morgan County President and CEO John Seymour is the 2014 recipient of the Business Council of Alabama’s Thompsonian Leadership Award. BCA President and CEO William J. Canary announced Seymour as the recipient during the BCA’s 2014 Annual Meeting held Dec. 5 at the Harbert …

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Business Council of Alabama Sets Course for 2015

Education reform and job creation remain the two pillars of BCA’s 2015 legislative priorities BIRMINGHAM – The Business Council of Alabama board of directors today approved the 2015 BCA Legislative Agenda and in so doing presented a clear message: Support policies that will boost private sector job growth and create …

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BCA Announces Staff Promotions

MONTGOMERY, Alabama – Mark Colson has been named senior vice president of governmental affairs and chief of staff for the Business Council of Alabama, and Nathan Lindsay has been named vice president for political affairs, regional operations and executive director of ProgressPAC, BCA President and CEO William Canary announced today. …

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BCA Celebrates the Life of Ted Henry, Former Board Member and Business Leader

MONTGOMERY–The Business Council of Alabama family is celebrating the life of former BCA board member Ted Henry, who died October 21, 2014.  In a career that spanned more than 50 years, he served as chairman and CEO of Henry Brick Company, and he was a longtime member of the BCA, …

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BCA issues statement on the passing of Paul Hubbert

MONTGOMERY, Alabama – The President and CEO of the Business Council of Alabama today issued a statement following the news of the death of Paul Hubbert, the former long-time executive secretary of the Alabama Education Association: “When I think about Dr. Hubbert, respect is the one word that comes to mind,” said …

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