Discover all the ways High Point is on the rise through the efforts of Business High Point - Chamber of Commerce.Results Found: 37Monday, December 16, 2019
HIGH POINT — The High Point political action committee that’s been active in local elections will take up the issue of whether to place a major education bond referendum before the voters next year as part of its endorsement for the 2020 campaign year.Monday, October 28, 2019
HIGH POINT — Contenders for High Point mayor and City Council have a lot to say about violent crime, but are they divided on the question of what to do about it? That was one issue raised at a candidate forum Thursday night hosted by Business High Point-Chamber of Commerce.Wednesday, October 23, 2019
This week, Business High Point – Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors voted in support of the $50 million High Point Bond Project, which will be on the Nov. 5 ballot. Although we are a business-centric organization, we understand that the well-being and characteristics of a great city are more than simply a vibrant economy. This Bond Initiative – which will not raise taxes - will enhance the infrastructure, places and people that make High Point great.
Lauren MillerTuesday, October 22, 2019
The Business High Point - Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors votes unanimously in support of the 2019 High Point Bond Project & encourages you to do the same! In efforts to increase awareness and support, BHP Chamber will be running an ad every Sunday in the High Point Enterprise highlighting the positive impact the bond project will have on our City. The ad will run from now until November 3.Monday, September 30, 2019
12 year-old Tu Sen arrived in America from a Thailand refugee camp in 1986, clutching her treasured possessions wrapped in a cardboard box. Eventually settling in High Point, North Carolina, Tu worked in her family’s restaurant for 19 years before opening her own eatery, 98 Asian Bistro, five years ago. Correspondent Tom Wilmer visits with Tu Sen and meets with Patrick Chapin, CEO of High Point Chamber of Commerce, about the reinvention of downtown High Point.
Lauren MillerMonday, September 23, 2019
When he was named the leader of High Point’s hospital last year, Dr. James Hoekstra recalled how unfamiliar the territory was. So he turned to Denise Potter to help him get oriented, he said Tuesday. “When I started a year ago, I came with a whole bunch of knowledge about health care, but (little) knowledge about High Point,” Hoekstra said. “I relied on her. She knew everybody. She had connections with everybody. She had relationships with everybody.”