TACOMA, Wash. – Still at 24 out of 39, Pierce County saw no overall movement in the 2017 County Health Rankings. But slightly lower rates of adult smoking and drinking, improvements in rates of physical activity and a decreasing level of teen births, uninsured and unemployed residents is good news.
Tacoma, Wash. – New and thriving business are making downtown an awesome place to be. With spring on the way, it is time to ride bikes. Our Bike to a Business program is designed to support local businesses and help get people moving around town without their cars.
TACOMA, Wash. – Chamber Luncheon, featuring WorkWell Awards is a Chamber awards program designed to recognize local employers who are committed to addressing workforce health issues. We celebrated the strides Pierce County businesses are taking to make health and wellness a priority in the workplace. Congratulations to this year’s award designees.
TACOMA, Wash. – 2017 Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber, Horizons Economic Forecast Breakfast. If your business depends on a healthy local income, a thriving real estate environment, retail growth, B2B or our local port, manufacturing, and industry sectors, this your opportunity to have access to exclusive research on the upcoming economic climate of Pierce County.
TACOMA – Tacoma is growing in the two best ways: breweries and light rail! On November 3, 2016 Downtown: On the Go will be highlighting the accessibility of Tacoma breweries using the Sound Transit Tacoma Link. Leave the car at home and use the safe, free, and fun transportation downtown to explore what Tacoma does best: […]
Annual “Light Up Your Ride” encourages people on bikes to be seen when biking through the winter. Downtown On the Go sheds light on bike commuting by handing out 200 free bike lights this Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Anyone on a bike can swing by our station for lights and […]
TACOMA, WA — Time is running out! The Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) at Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber offers local students, grades six through 12, an opportunity to develop their own business concept with mentor support, gain investor funding, launch their company, and compete for scholarship dollars to further their education.
TACOMA – The Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber will come together to celebrate local leadership and the Pierce County business community while reviewing the Chamber’s accomplishments at the 2016 Annual Meeting. We invite you to register and join us at Hotel Murano’s Bicentennial Pavilion on October 25, 2016, 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM: bit.ly/2016AnnualMtg /#TPCCAnnualMtg.
Downtown On the Go and Pierce Transit are inviting the public to join Pierce County Auditor Julie Anderson for a Ride the Bus event Oct. 18. Ride the Bus events are designed to give community members an opportunity to hear from local leaders and ask them questions while riding and learning more about the local transit […]
TACOMA – CenturyLink and Business Health Trust presented the Spotlight on Business Awards at PJ Hummel & Co., Tin Can Alley, on Wednesday, September 28, 2016. The Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber luncheon ceremony recognized members who have set the standard for exemplary business practices. Congratulations to our 2016 recipients in the following categories: