The North Central Arkansas Chamber Foundation has received a $35,000 grant from the Arvest Foundation, a gift that will benefit the Mountain Home Area Chamber of Commerce’s rebranding efforts.
Specifically, the funds will be used to support new signage and a digital marquee that reflect the chamber’s new branding. The new branding was done in conjunction with a refocused mission statement.
“We are very grateful for the support of the Arvest Foundation in helping us find our “True North,” our mission to create a safe, open and happy place to live in Mountain Home,” said Dani Pugsley, president and CEO of the Mountain Home Area Chamber of Commerce. “Our recent rebranding is a demonstration of the momentum our community is witnessing in revitalization and growth, and we are beyond thrilled to have the new signage to showcase our shared affinity for Mountain Home and the surrounding area.”
Scott Copeland, community president for Arvest Bank in Mountain Home, said the grant reflects the bank’s commitment to the chamber and the communities it serves.
“On behalf of the Arvest Foundation, we are proud to support the growth efforts of the Mountain Home Chamber,” Copeland said. “Its hard work this past year in clearly defining the mission of the chamber and developing an action plan for economic development will ensure forward momentum for our community in the coming years.”