2018 Welcome

Business of the Month

The Pearl Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month in December is The Monogram Hut and Gift Boutique of Pearl at the Outlets of Mississippi!! They are your Christmas gift headquarters and have something for everyone on your list! They do outside monogramming so take them all of your Christmas stockings, dish towels, aprons, pot holders, men’s jackets and vests and anything else that can be monogrammed with thread or vinyl! They will do it the same day or next day if they are extremely busy. If you buy one of their items to be monogrammed there is NO CHARGE for the monogramming! Their hours are 10-7 M-S and 12-7 on Sunday. It’s easy to get to, just park near the Food Court and they are straight ahead on the right. Shown pictured is local owner Jonathan Robertson and Store Associate Marlena Salazar. #SHOPPEARL SHOPLOCAL

Ambassador of the Month

Congratulations to Madison Ingram for earning the title of Ambassador of the Month in November. Madison is the Catering Manager at McAlister’s Deli in Pearl where she has worked for 5 years. Madison is a valuable ambassador at the Pearl Chamber where she volunteers her time at all of the Chamber events and attends ribbon cutting ceremonies and other chamber and city events. McAlister’s Deli is a sponsor of the Officer & Firefighter of the Month awards and other chamber promotions. McAlister’s Deli in Pearl is a locally owned franchise. This Saturday is CLUB DAY all day where all regular Club Sandwiches are only $4!
Madison was presented with a $25 Gift Certificate from the Alumni House Sports Bar and Grill at the Holiday Inn in Pearl.

Firefighter of the Month

Three city of Pearl Dispatchers were honored at the City Council Meeting on November 6th for their patience and persistence in managing emergency situations in a calm and professional manner. Brandy Pepper, Orlando Redd and Heather Rose Vaughn are City of Pearl Dispatchers that work under the Police Department, but are also responsible for various types of notifications city wide. Dispatchers handle many situations ranging from police, fire, monitoring of local weather alerts, setting off tornado sirens, notifying Department of Transportation officials of road problems, communicating with utility companies for services of gas, water and electricity, monitoring communications of police and fire to ensure safety and calming out of control callers. They work behind the scenes never showing a face but always providing help and a calm voice.
On September 26th these 3 Dispatchers were on duty and took nearly 1000 calls for service in less than 5 hours time. The heavens opened up and the flood waters rose at a rapid speed and all the while these dispatchers kept up with calls and prioritized them while making sure that all first responders were accounted for. They are to be commended for their dedication and skill in managing the many emergencies that occur, not just that day but every day.
The Pearl Chamber of Commerce presented each dispatcher with a $50 Walmart Gift Card, a Fit Bit and an umbrella. Revell Hardware donated stainless steel tumblers, McAlister’s Deli donated a complimentary meal and Great American Cookie Company gave each one of them a chocolate chip cookie cake.

Officer of the Month

The Pearl Police Department Officer of the Month is Officer Mandy Dearman. Mandy is a Pearl High School graduate and graduated from MLEOTA in 2013. She has worked on patrol, code enforcement and warrants and is presently the School Resource Officer at Northside Elementary. The parents, teachers and principal all appreciate her support and protection to the children of Northside. A letter of recommendation from Northside Principal Nikki Graham w...as received to nominate her for this award.

The Pearl Chamber of Commerce presented Officer Dearman with a framed certificate, a $100 Walmart Gift Card, a Cracker Barrel gift basket along with a certificate for a meal for 2 and a $25 gift card to the Outlets of Mississippi. The Pearl Municipal Federal Credit Union donated a $25 VISA gift card; Jose’s Mexican Restaurant donated a $25 gift certificate; Rivertrust Federal Credit Union donated a $25 VISA gift card; McAlister’s Deli donated 2 FREE meals; Eclipse Nutrition donated a $25 gift certificate; Scotts Miracle Gro donated a Fit Bit and Great American Cookie donated a chocolate chip cookie cake.


Membership Levels:
Individual: (retired or not representing a business)  $50 Click here to download application
Non-Profit: $100 Click here to download application
1-5 Employees: $150 Click here to download application
6-25 Employees: $250 Click here to download application
26-50 Employees: $300 Click here to download application
51 or more Employees: $500 Click here to download application

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 54125
Pearl, MS 39288

(601) 939 3338
(601) 936 5717

The mission of the Pearl Chamber of Commerce is to promote our business community, education, and assist with economic development in the city of Pearl.

President: Scott Baldwin, Scotts Miracle Gro
President-Elect: Cindy Williams, Community Bank
1st Vice President: Tammy Karnes, T&D Furniture
2nd Vice President: Emily Fisher, Renasant Bank
3rd Vice President: Ron Bingham, Camp Pioneer Ministires
Past President: Ron Morgan, Acu Tax
Treasurer: Debby Jones, Bank of Yazoo

Andy Eaton, Andy Eaton Insurance Agency
Brandy Hales, Hales CPA
Brian Hughes, Priority One Bank
Derek Havard, Havard Real Estate

Dunaway Rooks, Revell Hardware

Dr. Brad Hayes, Hayes Family Dentistry 
Dr. Norman Session, Hinds Community College 
Gene Newman, Newman Insurance Agency

Jake Windham, City of Pearl Mayor

Kim LaFontaine, Pearl Public Schools
Theressia McAlpin, Retired Pearl Public Schools


Kathy Deer, Executive Director   
Katie Watson, Administrative Assistant
Carrie Frierdich, Member Services

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