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Tuesday, November 2, 2021
Celebrating Small Business Season in Livingston Parish

We need more than one day to celebrate how special small business in Livingston Parish is, don’t we? We need at least a season to celebrate what makes our small business different. Here are some ideas on how you can do that.

LP Chamber | Lauren

Thursday, October 21, 2021
Economic Forecast for Livingston Parish - LP Business Newsletter

Business News - How does Livingston Parish Stack up and what's the Economic Outlook?

April l Chamber CEO

Monday, September 13, 2021
4 Things Your Livingston Parish Business Should Continue Post-COVID

At some point COVID will be relegated to the same level of concern the flu gets every year. It won’t shutter businesses, alter family celebrations, and be the fuel behind contentious court cases.

LP Chamber | Communications

Monday, September 6, 2021
5 Fun Fall Themes for Your Livingston Parish Business

Fall is a favorite among many people. The temps are enjoyable, weather is crisp and clear, and the smell of leaves can be intoxicating. That’s what makes this season such a hit with marketers. Here are a few fall themes you can incorporate into your business for more engagement with your target audience.

LP Chamber | Communications

Sunday, January 10, 2021
Love LP - A Positive Campaign for Livingston Parish

Love LP - Brings out the best and puts a positive spin on what was once a negative slang.

April l Chamber CEO

Tuesday, December 15, 2020
2020 Women's Leadership Award Winner, Kathleen Abels

One of the Women's Leadership Award Winners, Kathleen Abels, holds a position for an organization that serves Livingston Parish, is an elected official and lives in Livingston Parish.

LP Chamber | Communications

Thursday, August 13, 2020
5 Ways to Communicate Difficult Messages

If there's one thing 2020 has shown us, it's how to bolster our communication skills. We've had cause for a lot of really difficult conversations with our customers. Nobody ever wants to give bad news but 2020 seems like the year we have to keep reiterating and sharpening our communication skills with difficult messages.

April l Chamber CEO

Thursday, July 9, 2020
Building Enhancements at Livingston Activity Center

A brand new building, 10 years in the making, is now is place for the Louisiana Association of Challenged Adults (LAC). Behind the building lies an aging pavilion where these adults congregate, perform activities and learn valuable social skills. Team "Leadership Accepts the Challenge", made up of a group of business professionals who are part of the Leadership Livingston Class of 2020 accepted the challenged of completely renovating the pavilion.

LP Chamber

Thursday, July 9, 2020
Healthy & Fresh Food Choices for Livingston Parish Students

A group of business professionals who are part of the Leadership Livingston 2020 class are helping to bring together healthy and fresh food choices, prepared by LPPS ProStart students with ingredients from local farmers, when possible, through the M.E.A.L.S. Project.

LP Chamber

Thursday, July 9, 2020
Community Project Started for Children of French Settlement

The children of French Settlement will soon have a new playground, thanks to a group of business leaders who were part of Leadership Livingston's Class of 2020. With a financial impact of over $40,000 and the potential to serve thousands of family members, this project takes French Settlement to a new era.

LP Chamber