Promotional Items and Hole Sponsors Needed for Annual Golf Classic

Hello Everyone,We are finally going to be able to hold our 23rd Annual Golf Classic on Monday, July 27th at the Golf Club of Dallas.

We are now accepting promotional items from your business to add to the Golf Goody Bags for the Golfers. We need 80 items to fill the bags. A hot item would be any small personal hand sanitizers. We need the items delivered to the Chamber Office by Wednesday, July 15th at the close of business that day.

We are also seeking Corporate Hole Sponsors at a cost of $100. Your logos would be on signs at the tournament.

If you have any questions please contact Steve or Hilda at the Chamber office by calling 972-780-4990. Thanks for your support of this event.

Chamber Weekly Update – June 19, 2020

“Keeping Dollars in Duncanville”Positive Coronavirus cases are on the rise but we all can do our part to control this. Wear your Mask, wash your hands often, use hand sanitizers and common sense. Doing these things and social distancing can help to keep our restaurants and small businesses open. They need our support now more than ever to help them rebuild their business. We encourage you to “Shop Local.” Masks are required in all of Dallas County businesses and restaurants.

Our website page is updated as needed as well as posts on the Chamber Facebook page. Also Be Kind and Respect everyone’s choice. “We are in the same waters but not the same boat.”

Be sure to check out the latest updates on the website


23rd Annual Golf Classic

Monday, July 27th
1:00 PM Shotgun Start 
Players Register to Play Click Here:


Spotlight on Businesses of the Week


Class 2021 Application Deadline

WEBSITE

APPLICATION PACKET


CLICK HERE: AVAILABLE ON-DEMAND


FOR THESE TRYING TIMES

Chamber Weekly Update – June 19, 2020

HAPPY BLESSED FATHER’S DAY


“Keeping Dollars in Duncanville”

I know that for the past two months or so people have been ordering a lot of things online or have shopped with the big box stores for food and supplies every day. Our restaurants and small businesses need your support now to help them rebuild their business. We encourage you to “Shop Local.” They need our support.

We continue to update the website page as needed as well as posts on the Chamber Facebook page. Also Be Kind and Respect everyone’s choice. “We are in the same waters but not the same boat.”

Be sure to check out the latest updates on the website

Duncan Switch Street Market. This Saturday – (9:00AM – 3:00PM)

23rd Annual Golf Classic, Monday July 27th(Look for other events to follow)

THE OFFICE IS NOW OPEN

Monday – Thursday 9 AM – 5 PM
&
Friday 9 AM – 3 PM


Spotlight on Businesses of the Week


Class 2021 Application Deadline

WEBSITE

APPLICATION PACKET


DALLAS COUNTY NEW SUPPLEMENTAL REQUIREMENTS 
ORDER OF COUNTY JUDGE CLAY JENKINS

CLICK HERE: DALLAS COUNTY SUPPLEMENTAL ORDER OF COUNTY JUDGE CLAY JENKINS


Golf Classic Set for Monday, July 27 at the Golf Club of Dallas

Now Signing Up Teams and Players for the Golf Classic. Monday, July 27th at the Golf Club of Dallas.

Monday, July 27th

The Golf Club of Dallas
2200 W. Red Bird Lane
Dallas, Texas

11 a.m. registration and 1 p.m. Floriday Scramble/Shotgun start

Call the Duncanville Chamber of Commerce for more information at 972.780.4990

Click here to download the brochure

Leadership Southwest Class 2021 Now Accepting Applications

Leadership Southwest is a cooperative effort sponsored by the Cedar Hill, DeSoto, Duncanville and Lancaster Chambers of Commerce with a mission to promote and enhance leadership through education in civic and community affairs, and encourage volunteerism in Southwest Dallas County.  Leadership Southwest is designed for the development of tomorrow’s leaders and community volunteers on boards, councils, and commissions by making significant contributions to the future of Southwest Dallas County.

Click here to learn more about Leadership Southwest

Click here to download an application

Chamber Weekly Update – June 5, 2020

“Keeping Dollars in Duncanville”

As Texas continues to Re-open remember that the grocery stores and others have been fully open for food and supplies every day. Our restaurants are re-opening more but they have been closed for dine-in during this time. We need to either go to dine in their businesses or continue to use their take out and Curb-side pick-up.

If you feel comfortable about getting out and want to do so then visit our Chamber Restaurants as they are opening their dining rooms. If you don’t want to get out yet and feel safer at home then please continue to support our Businesses that are still offering Curbside pickup and/or Takeout. They need our support and we need their business to rebound as well. We continue to update the website as needed as well as posts on the Chamber Facebook page. Also Be Kind and Respect everyone’s choice.

Be sure to check out the latest updates on the website

We are working with our committee’s to see whenwe will be starting back up with some ofour June and July events.

THE OFFICE IS NOW OPEN

Monday – Thursday 9 AM – 5 PM
&
Friday 9 AM – 3 PM


Sportlight on Businesses of the Week



For These Trying Times

Chamber Weekly Update – May 29, 2020

“Keeping Dollars in Duncanville”

Some people are okay to get out a little more these days while others still want to Stay Safe at home. Be Kind and Respect everyone’s choice. If you feel comfortable about getting out and want to do so then some of our Chamber Restaurants are opening their dining rooms. if you don’t want to get out yet then please continue to support our Businesses that are still offering Curbside pickup and/or takeout. They need our support and we need them in business as well. We are updating the website as needed as well as posts on the Chamber Facebook page.

Be sure to check out the latest updates on the website

We are working with our committee’s to see when we will be starting back up with some ofour June and July events.

THE OFFICE IS NOW OPEN

Monday 9 AM – 5 PM
Tuesday 9 AM – 5 PM
Wednesday 9 AM – 5 PM
Thursday 9 AM – 5 PM
Friday 9 AM – 3PM


Spotlight on Businesses of the Week


DOWNLOAD APPLICATION



FOR THESE TRYING TIMES

Chamber Weekly Update – May 22, 2020


“Keeping Dollars in Duncanville”Dine out with our Duncanville Chamber Restaurants this week. They need our support and we need them. Check out the Chamber Facebook page for updates and our “We Are Open” pictures of their businesses.

Be sure to check out the latest updates on the website
All May Chamber Eventswill be cancelled and/or Rescheduled

THE OFFICE IS NOW OPEN

Monday 9 AM – 5 PM
Tuesday 9 AM – 5 PM
Wednesday 9 AM – 5 PM
Thursday 9 AM – 5 PM
Friday 9 AM – 3PM


ATTENTION BUSINESS AND RESTAURANT OWNERS:

We Need Your Response!

With the Governor’s Phase Two for opening Texas in place, we need to update our website for “Keeping Dollars in Duncanville” to reflect your new hours, dining options and services.Please email your current hours of operation. Also we need to know if you have opened your dining room or if you are still just doing Curbside pick up.
EMAIL : STEVE MARTIN





FOR THESE TRYING TIMES

DCEDC Temporary COVID-19 Business Retention Assistance Program

Duncanville Community and Economic Development Corporation Establishes Temporary COVID-19 Business Retention Assistance Program

Duncanville, Texas – The Duncanville Community and Economic Development Corporation (DCEDC) has established a Temporary COVID-19 Business Retention Assistance Program for small businesses that have been negatively impacted by the pandemic. The DCEDC has agreed to fund $250,000 for the program to assist Duncanville businesses.

The program is offering grants from $1,000 to $10,000 to aid small businesses with fewer than 20 employees enduring economic hardships due to COVID-19. The grants are provided on a reimbursement basis and can be used for normal operating expenses and payroll. Businesses must have been operating in Duncanville by November 14, 2019, in order to apply for assistance.

“Small businesses are the heart of our community, and the Duncanville Community and Economic Development Corporation is pleased to offer this program to help our small businesses recover from the negative effects caused by the pandemic,” said DCEDC President Steve Dial. “The DCEDC’s goal is to help provide small businesses with assistance in addition to the grants offered by the federal government and other organizations to help bridge the revenue gap created while many of them were forced to close.”

“It’s an honor and privilege to announce the establishment of a recovery initiative for our Duncanville small businesses,” said Duncanville Mayor Barry L. Gordon. “The Duncanville Community and Economic Development
Corporation board of directors created a means to provide financial assistance to help weather the economic impact of COVID-19. What’s especially important about this program is that the monies available come directly from the city. This means the application process is managed locally. I commend the DCEDC board of directors for their creativity and concern for our small businesses.”

Applications will be accepted from May 12, 2020 – June 1, 2020. Businesses can fill out an application online or print one off and submit it to the Economic Development Department at the Duncanville City Hall located at 203 E. Wheatland Rd., Duncanville, Texas 75116. The DCEDC Board will review the applications and award grants based on the economic impact to the community.

For more information and to apply for the Temporary COVID-19 Business Retention Assistance Program, visit www.DuncanvilleEDC.com or call 972.780.5090.

Download flier

Visit the city website for more details

Chamber Weekly Update – May 11-15, 2020

ATTENTION BUSINESS AND RESTAURANT OWNERS:

We need to update our website for “Keeping Dollars in Duncanville.”
Please email your current hours of operation. Also we need to know if you have opened your dining room or if you are still just doing Curbside pick up.

EMAIL : STEVE MARTIN

909

Click Here: Open Texas – English

907

Click Here: Open Texas – español

https://files.constantcontact.com/f9a8c81b001/d6a913e6-3469-46ef-970e-463c7cd81e8c.pdf

For These Trying Times