Freedom Isn’t Free Honoring Our Hometown Heroes

The Chamber is taking applications through August 9th. The parade will be held Sunday, September 1 in Downtown Pontiac at 1:15p. The theme is “Freedom isn’t Free-Honoring our Hometown Heroes” . This year we’ll be inviting all military, veterans, first responders including police, fire and EMTs to collectively serve as our Grand Marshall. Stop by our office at 210 N. Plum St. and pick up your application today!

Donation to the Boys & Girls Club

We have been hard at work at the Chamber the past couple of months with our golf outing and getting things ready for the Thresherman’s Parade.

We have squeezed in some cleaning time as well and were able to donate office supplies to the Boys & Girls Club of Livingston County.

Welcome To Pontiac Wally’s

The Chamber was happy to be a part of the groundbreaking ceremony for Wally’s, the vacation center, that is building in Pontiac. A lunch followed at the beautiful Eagle Theater. Wally’s hopes to be open in May of 2020 providing approximately 140 jobs to Pontiac.

Fitness Premier Celebrates Ribbon Cutting

The Pontiac Area Chamber and representatives welcomed Fitness Premier on Tuesday, January 8 with a ribbon cutting.

Fitness Premier, located at 924 W. Custer in Pontiac, is a physical fitness center whose mission is “to motivate, educate, and inspire the communities we serve.” They offer 24/7 access for members to exercise using their state-of-the-art equipment, and staff is available during their regular business hours to provide support, education, and even personal training. Group classes are available. If you’re looking to start your New Year’s fitness resolution, now is the time! Fitness Premier is offering $0 enrollment through January 31.

Fitness Premier Pontiac

Phone: (815) 844-0294

Address: 924 Custer Ave., Pontiac

Email: pontiac@fitnesspremierclubs.com

Welcome to the Chamber!

Calvert & Martin to Host December Mix & Mingle

Calvert & Martin will be hosting the December Mix & Mingle on Thursday, December 13 from 5:00 – 7:00 pm. Come join us at the Pontiac Elks Lodge as we celebrate city employees and politicians. It will be a free evening of socializing and great food. Everyone is welcome.

Pontiac Elks Lodge
459 Elks Club Road, Pontiac.

RSVP no later than Friday, December 7. Call 815.844.5131 or email admin@pontiacchamber.org.

Aleena’s Bath and Body Boutique Hosts Grand Opening, Ribbon Cutting

Aleena’s Bath and Body Boutique welcomed Chamber representatives and other local leaders for a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday, October 17.

Address: 213 N. Mill, Pontiac IL 61764
Phone:  (815) 844-2770
Owner: Lynn Lloyd
Hours:  Open Monday through Friday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.

 

Aleena’s Bath and Body Boutique, which officially opened for business in downtown Pontiac on October 13th, is a treasure trove of good smells and soft ambience. Products range from bath bombs to foot scrubs and even to beard oil. Aleena’s owner, Lynn Lloyd, prides herself on the array of products she stocks, and enjoys the process of testing them herself. If you need a recommendation, just ask! Her favorite products include eucalyptus bath bombs and a verbena Dead Sea salt foot scrub. If you’re looking for locally crafted products, try the bath soaps and foot scrubs.

Aleena’s Bath and Body Boutique is one of the newest players in the Pontiac business community. Lloyd is proud to be setting up shop in Pontiac, noting the revitalization the downtown area has seen in recent years as well as the thriving tourism industry.

Good luck and welcome to the Chamber, Aleena’s Bath and Body Boutique!

  

 

Little Red Barn Welcomed with Ribbon Cutting

Chamber representatives as well as local business leaders gathered October 12th to welcome Little Red Barn into the business community.

Address: 317 N. Mill, Pontiac IL 61764
Phone:  (815) 419-2928
Owner:  Becky Sullivan
Hours:  Open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday from 9:00 am – 6:00 pm and Saturday from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. Closed Sunday and Thursday.

Little Red Barn, which opened this fall, recently celebrated its official ribbon cutting ceremony with the Pontiac Area Chamber. The store features “country crafts,” which include a wide variety of pieces that add hometown charm to any room. Owner Becky Sullivan keeps the store well-stocked with timeless classics including wall hangings, centerpieces, and welcome signs, in addition to seasonally appropriate gifts and decor such as the new stock of festive faux snowmen.

Follow the Little Red Barn on Facebook to stay up-to-date with new inventory and gift ideas!