2021 Welcome

5 Star Nail Salon

Congratulations to 5 Star Nail Salon on being selected as the Pearl Chamber Business of the Month in September. 5 Star is located at 190 Riverwind Drive East in Pearl next to The Lost Cajun Restaurant.

Ambassador of the Month

Congratulations to Bradley Knight, Asst. Branch Manager at Trustmark Bank in Pearl for earning the title of Ambassador of the Month in March. Bradley is a huge help to the chamber by attending and volunteering at events and being willing to do whatever is needed. Bradley was presented with a $25 gift certificate from the Alumni House Sports Bar & Grill, the sponsor of the Ambassador of the Month program. 

Firefighter Hunter Squires

We are proud to announce that the January Firefighter of the Month is Hunter Squires. Hunter began his career with Pearl Fire Department July, 25 2016. Hunter realized at an early age that he wanted to serve others. He enlisted in the armed forces before he graduated high school and has been volunteering for Star Volunteer Fire Department for many years. Hunter is a great asset to the City of Pearl and PFD. He brings a serving attitude to work every shift and gives his all as he responds to the needs of our citizens.
Hunter is a 2012 graduate of McLaurin High School. He is married to Jessica Squires and they have one son, Cullen. Pearl Fire Department is honored to have Firefighter Squires as a valuable part of our team.

The Pearl Chamber presented Hunter with a framed certificate, a $100 Walmart gift card and a Cracker Barrel gift basket that includes a meal for two. Steak n Shake donated a $25 gift card; McAlister's Deli donated a meal for two; Tony's Fish House donated a meal for two; Crooked Letter Kitchen donated a certificate for a complimentary meal; The Blue Feather Bakery donated a $10 gift card; The Pearl Municipal Federal Credit Union donated a $25 Visa gift crd; Great American Cookie donated a chocolate chip cookie cake and Revell Hardware donated a stainless steel tumbler.

 

 

 

 

Lt. Pat Walker

We are proud to announce that the Pearl Police Department Officer of the Month is Detective Reynaldo Olivio. After graduating from Poth High School in Texas in 1999, he joined the United States Marine Corp and began his law enforcement career at the Carthage Police Department in 2006 and later moved to the Flowood Police Department and was promoted to Detective in 2018. Reynaldo began working at Pearl PD in 2019 as a Patrolman and was promoted to Detective in the Criminal Investigation Division in August 2020. Rey has been involved in several major cases since he has been with Pearl PD and most recently a case that involved multiple auto burglaries at a local retail business.
On August 3, 2021 patrol officers with Pearl PD received a call in reference to an auto burglary. When the patrol officer arrived on scene, he was advised that there was more than one vehicle that had been burglarized. The patrol officer requested a detective to the scene. Detective Olivo responded. Detective Olivo along with others processed the scene and collected all evidence. The next day Detective Olivo and others were able to locate and arrest two suspects in the burglaries. Due to Detective Olivo’s initiative and resourcefulness, the suspected thieves were detained within one day. Detective Olivo is a valuable asset to the PD and with this special recognition we would like to thank him for his dedication and service to the city of Pearl and the Pearl Police Department.
The Pearl Chamber of Commerce presented Detective Olivio with a framed certificate, a $100 Walmart Gift Card, and a Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Gift Basket along with a gift certificate for a meal for two. Steak 'n Shake donated a $25 Gift Card; Jose's Mexican Restaurant donated a $25 Gift Certificate; The New Doris Berry's Farmer's Market donated a $25 Gift Certificate; McAlister's Deli donated a gift certificate for a meal for two; The Pearl Municipal Federal Credit Union donated a $25 Visa Gift Card; The Blue Feather Bakery donated a $15 Gift Card; Great American Cookies donated a chocolate chip cookie cake and Revell Ace Hardware-Pearl donated a stainless steel tumbler.

Membership Levels:
Individual: (retired or not representing a business)  $50 Click here to download application
Non-Profit: $125 Click here to download application
1-5 Employees: $175 Click here to download application
6-25 Employees: $275 Click here to download application
26-50 Employees: $350 Click here to download application
51 or more Employees: $550 Click here to download application

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

Telephone  
(601) 939 3338
Fax
(601) 936 5717
Email
pearlchamberofcommerce@pearlms.org

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.

 

2021 Executive Committee 

President: Derek Havard, Havard Real Estate Group

President Elect: Andy Eaton, Andy Eaton Insurance Agency

1st Vice President: Pete Laven, MS Braves

2nd Vice President: Melissa Pitman, Trustmark Bank

Treasurer: Debby Jones, Bank of Yazoo

2020 Board of Directors

Angie Comans, Outlets of MS & Crawford Hill Boutique

Valerie Barton, Hinds Comm College, Rankin Campus

Donna Brown, MS State Hospital

Troy Jones, Revell Hardware

Kimberly Keen, Members Exchange Credit Union

Kim LaFontaine, Pearl Public School District

Theressia McAlpin, Retired Pearl Public School District

Rep. Gene Newman, Newman Insurance Agency

Jason Quin, State Farm

Pat Renegar, Bass Pro Shops

Jake Windham, Mayor, city of Pearl

Ron Bingham, Camp Pioneer

Cindy Williams, Community Bank

Staff

Executive Director: Kathy Deer

Member Services: Carrie Frierdich

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