Agribusiness, pivotal to economic growth

Posted on Monday, December 27

By Phil Sutton Kubota Manufacturing of America Chairman, Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Agribusiness in the U.S. is a major competitor in the global market, due to its strong workforce, market size and infrastructure. The agribusiness industry encompasses sub-sectors such as agricultural chemicals, crop production, aquaculture, forestry and logging, livestock and agricultural machinery. According to […]

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Buy Local and give the best gift of all

Posted on Friday, December 03

With the Christmas Season upon us, I am reminded of how fortunate we are to live in this dynamic community. Even through four surges of the COVID-19 pandemic, we enjoy a healthy business climate, strong leadership and unparalleled quality of life. Our Chamber is considered one of the most progressive in Georgia, and I am […]

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Membership Value: Learning from others’ experiences

Posted on Tuesday, November 02

I was honored to have had the opportunity to speak to our new members at the recent breakfast orientation at Elachee Nature Science Center. In preparing my remarks, I reflected on my initial experience as a newcomer to Gainesville-Hall County. I first joined Kubota and moved to this community in 2005. The first three people […]

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End Covid: It Starts With YOU

Posted on Sunday, October 03

By Phil Sutton Kubota Manufacturing of America Chairman, Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce For the last 14 years, the Greater Hall Chamber has promoted community wellness at its Annual HealthSmart Expo. Free health screenings, business wellness recognition and dozens of medical service exhibitors created a valuable service for our community. This year, as COVID-19 cases […]

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Small business is crucial to our local economy

Posted on Tuesday, August 24

Small business is the backbone of our community. As the foundation for our economic wellbeing, local businesses employ locally and provide critical goods,  services and tax dollars that directly contribute to the health of our community.

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