The Homewood Chamber of Commerce hosted its Annual Meeting and December Membership Luncheon on Tuesday, December 15, 2020, as a virtual event. The annual meeting serves as the chamber’s annual award presentation for local businesses, as well as the time to pass the gavel to the new board leadership for the coming year.
Jack’s Family Restaurants and C-Spire were awarded the Businesses of the Year Awards, reserved for Homewood Chamber members that have been in existence for over two years and have provided significant service to the Homewood community and the Chamber at large. Both Jack’s Family Restaurant and C-Spire have added tremendously to the Homewood Community. For more information about Jack’s Family Restaurants, visit www.eatatjacks.com. For more information on C-Spire, visit www.cspire.com. The Business of the Year awards are given to businesses that have been in existence for over two years.
Big Spoon Creamery earned the Rising Star Award, given to a Homewood Chamber member that has been in existence for under two years and has provided significant service to the Homewood community and the Chamber at large. For more information about Big Spoon Creamery (located at 927 Oxmoor Road), visit their website at www.bigspooncreamery.com The Rising Star award is given to a Homewood Chamber member that has provided significant service to the Homewood community and the Chamber at large.
Classic Wine Company received the Community Patriot Award, reserved for a Homewood Chamber Member that has demonstrated exemplary community service in the Homewood community. For more than 30 years Classic Wine Company has been a staple of the Birmingham community. For more information on Classic Wine Company, visit their website.
The 2021 Board of Directors was announced and the gavel was passed from 2020 Board President Jody Newton of Samford University to the 2021 Board President Matt Savela of The Welch Group.