• Photo of River in Van Buren
  • Marketing Opportunities Guide

  • Marketing Opportunities Guide

  • Put your business front and center by sponsoring a Chamber event, annual program, or digital media.

    New network building events in 2022 include the Battle of the Business Bowling Tournament and the Local Lunch for restaurants.  BE PRO BE PROUD and Connecting Educators in Industry are focused on building the workforce pipeline for our community.  Also new this year are two annual program sponsorships, the Governmental Affairs Committee, and the Chamber Ambassadors, both focused on advocacy for a strong, business friendly climate in our community, county, and state. 

    Or promote your business utilizing the Chamber website, which received more than 145,000 visits in 2021. And don't forget the long running favorites; the Annual Meeting & Business Expo, the Golf Classic, Business After Hours, and the Arkansas Scholars Award Ceremony.




  • Jeannie Hulen ''Gibberish: Mineral Bilateral Stimulation'' Exhibition

    Arts On Main is excited to host an exhibition by ceramic and mixed media installation artist Jeannie Hulen as one of the first artists in our state-of-the-art galleries.  Hulen’s exhibition titled Gibberish: Mineral Bilateral Stimulation is a part of a larger series of “Gibberish” installations that according to Hulen, examine global environmental issues and visually investigate the complex and troubling relationships between human beings and the natural world. Conceptually, her work comments on society’s mass cultural production’s mimicry of nature with materials that are cheap fake junk, which will one day reside in landfills. Hulen notes that “Ironically, replacing plastic with ceramics returns the forms to a beautiful state.” Hulen intends to “circumvent overburdened themes such as environmentalism, in favor of a non-linear, fantastical position calling attention to less evident aspects of the relationships between people and the natural world, including intellectual, psychological, and numinous facets of this symbiosis.”  You may view the exhibit on display in Gallery C through Mar 31, 2022.