Business of the Month

Morton Buildings at 708 N. Bierdeman Road in Pearl was selected as the Pearl Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month. They have been in Pearl for 25 years and are continuing to grow and making plans for expansion. Morton Buildings is a complete general contractor that will handle every aspect of the building process from architecturally engineered plans to bricking the exterior. They even deliver all of the materials on their own company trucks. They do not use a third part...y for labor, which means that there is no question about who will do the work and what quality the work will be. Morton Buildings is the largest employee owned construction company in America, which means that their employees are also stock holders, therefore they have a vested interest in every building that is constructed. Morton Buildings have some of the highest performing energy values of any structure available due to the high quality insulation and ventilation. The color of a Morton Building does not fade like other metal buildings so there is no need to fear having to paint it in the future. They build everything from outdoor metal buildings to state of the art barns, churches and residential homes. For more information contact manager Robert Bell at 601-936-6177. Robert Bell

The Pearl Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month in August is Members Exchange Credit Union, located at 101 Metro Plex Blvd. in Pearl. Members Exchange was established in 1954 as a full service financial cooperative. They welcome anyone in Rankin, Hinds, Madison, Simpson and Copiah Counties, as well as their family members, to join their credit union. For added convenience, you can open an account online at Members Exchange is one of the largest credit unions in Mississippi with over 17,000 members. They offer a variety of financial services such as Kasasa checking accounts, savings accounts, credit cards, automobile loans and much more. The Pearl branch is open Monday – Friday from 9:00 – 5:30 and Saturday 8:30 – 12:30. Connect with them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram: @MECUanywhere.

The Pearl Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month in July is Paradise Pools and Spas, located on 227 South Pearson Road in Pearl. They have been in business since 1982 and in the Pearl location since 2004. Paradise Pools and Spas can truly make your back yard a paradise with a beautiful in-ground or above ground pool, spas and patio furniture. They are the experts when it comes to pool remodeling. They are well known for being the home of "The Big Green Egg" grills and smokers. They have a wide selection of sizes and styles and all of the accessories in stock. Paradise stocks a huge quantity of pool supplies, liners and chemicals. They also offer a service maintenance plan that will keep your pool in tip top shape year round. For more information Like them on Facebook, visit their website at call 601-932-POOL (7665)

Safelite Auto Glass was selected as the Pearl Chamber of Commerce June Business of the Month. They are located at 1039 Centre Pointe Blvd just off Hwy 80 East . They have 40 employees at the Pearl location that are both well trained and courteous. Safelite moved to Pearl from Jackson in 2014 and they have been actively participating in the chamber and community since then. They are involved with several charities such as March of Dimes, The Epilepsy Foundation and The Wounded Warrior Project. Safelite is well known for auto glass repair and replacement. They will repair your vehicle at Safelite or they have a mobile service that will come to where ever you are. The hours are Monday - Friday 7:30 - 6:00 and Saturday from 8:00 - 5:00. For more information call 601-664-7304.

The Pearl Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month in May is AllyOops, located in the Park Place Shopping Center at 5647 Hwy 80 East in Pearl. AllyOops just celebrated their 5th Anniversary in April. They are active in the chamber and participate in the annual Girls’ Night Out Fashion Show. AllyOops specializes in new and trendy clothing in sizes small – 3X, jewelry and home décor. They carry many well-known jewelry brands such as Mariana and Brighton and also have a good selection of Fingerprint Pottery that is handmade in Pontotoc, Mississippi. AllyOops has a wide variety of gift items such as Bridgewater Candles and Musee and Restoration Bath House Bath Bombs. Any gift purchase can be placed in a cute AllyOops bag with tissue paper at no charge or they offer custom gift wrap for a small fee. They will also gift wrap anything regardless of where you have purchased it for a minimal charge. AllyOops is open Monday through Saturday from 10 -7 and closed on Sunday. Shown left to right is Jamie McCoy, Allyson Johnson, Bethany Frazier and Diana Buchanan.

The Pearl Chamber of Commerce April Business of the Month is Spring Lake Venue, located at 4 Country Place Drive in Pearl. Spring Lake Venue is an event venue that can be rented for any size event such as weddings, receptions, showers, family reunions or business meetings. It is nestled among big beautiful shade trees and overlooks Country Place Lake.  Spring Lake Venue is one of very few event venues where any outside caterer is welcome. They can recommend caterers, photographers and wedding coordinators and help you to plan the event around your budget. Spring Lake Venue has a full kitchen, surround sound throughout the building and outside, and plenty of parking for guests. They are conveniently located just off Airport Road near I-20 in Country Place Subdivision. For more information call 601-750-5498.

Community Coffee was selected as the Pearl Chamber of Commerce March Business of the Month. Community Coffee began in 1919 and is owned by the Saurage family in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Cap Saurage started roasting and brewing coffee in his own little country store to deliver by horse and wagon to grocery stores and friends in the community. When he decided to give the coffee a brand name, the name “Community” seemed the best fit for him because he literally got his start by s...erving his community. Four generations later the family is still selecting only the best coffee beans and roasting them in the same location in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Ricky Emmons is the Sales Specialist and Trainer in our area and is very involved in our community and chamber events. He is a perfect example of the kind of community leader that Community Coffee was founded by and we are proud to call him a friend and chamber member. For information on getting Community Coffee in your business call 601-214-6337. Also pictured is Route Salesman Geoffrey Byrd.

Congratulations to City Limits Cafe for being selected as the Pearl Chamber of Commerce February Business of the Month. City Limits opened it's doors in July 2011 at 2610 Hwy 80 East in Pearl serving delicious blue plate lunches and made to order menu items. They always offer a choice of 4 different meats and 11 vegetables with rolls and cornbread. A meat, 3 vegetables, bread, tea and dessert is $9.25 including tax. They are open Monday through Saturday from 10:30 - 2:00 with... menu items available on Saturday. They are now open on Sunday from 10:30 - 3:00 offering both the blue plate lunch and grill items. Ralph Elmore is celebrating his 30th year in the restaurant, concessions and catering business. City Limits Concessions is always a very popular vendor at events such as Pearl Day Festival and Jingle Bell Market. Pictured left to right is Missy and Ralph Elmore, Margaret Brown, Rhonda Petty, Dee Carpenter, Mayor Brad Rogers and Nichole Lemacks. For more info call 601-540-1156.

We are pleased to announce that the Pearl Chamber of Commerce December Business of the Month is Gleason Tire, located at 321 Cross Park Drive in Pearl. Gleason Tire first opened its doors in Jackson in 1969  and moved to the current location in Pearl in 2010. They also have locations in Morton and Carthage Mississippi. Gleason Tire offers service on most makes and models of vehicles such as brakes, struts, CV axles, oil changes and other light maintenance work. Their specialty is tires with the best prices around. Gleason Tire sells well-known brands such as Nexen, Kenda, Toyo, Yokohama and Michelin. They also offer a regular oil change for $21.99. Gleason Tire is family owned and operated by Jack and Luke Gleason who are very involved in the community and local organizations. Luke is the Past President of the Pearl Chamber of Commerce, Past Vice President of the Kiwanis Club of Pearl, a member of Keep Pearl Beautiful and an active supporter of Batson Children’s Hospital. Gleason Tire currently has 7 employees and is making plans to add additional bays to the current building. For more information call 601-939-3336.

Crown Jewelers of Mississippi was selected as the Pearl Chamber of Commerce November Business of the Month. They are family owned and operated and have been in the same location since 1987. Crown Jewelers has a full line of diamond jewelry offering diamond engagement rings, earrings, pendants, bracelets and watches. They also specialize in custom jewelry.  They have a wide selection of colored gemstones, diamonds and pearls to select from. Customers can hand select a diamond and a mount to create their own beautiful design or use they can use old jewelry to make one new piece or several different jewelry pieces. Crown Jewelers also buys and sells gold and offers gold and silver casting, where they can take your gold and make it into a ring, pendant or other jewelry. They have a pearl stringer on staff that can restring a broken pearl necklace or make it shorter or longer. Crown Jewelers has a good selection of musical and chime clocks and they also offer watch repair. They have 4 jewelers on staff that are experts on fine jewelry, custom jewelry, watches and repair. They always offer FREE jewelry cleaning and another very popular service is their watch battery replacement which is normally $7.99. During the month of November they are offering FREE battery replacement (one per customer)! Crown Jewelers is located at 201 Park Place Drive in the Park Place Shopping Center in Pearl. For more information call 601-939-6229. Pictured left to right is Aaron Eutzler, Mark Jones, Robin Dawson, Brian Renfroe and Jim Eutzler. Not pictured is Barbara Cornelison and Renee Hudson.