Welcome to Paris Area Chamber of Commerce

The historical town of Paris, Arkansas is the ‘Home of Mount Magazine” which is the highest point in Arkansas. Paris is one of twenty three towns in the US named after Paris , France. With 39 registered historical sites in the county, we have a rich history to be proud of. The chamber is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in the community by actively supporting business and economic growth. We proudly represent and support the business community of Paris, Arkansas and surrounding areas. We promote the Paris area as the best place to live, work and play. Its citizens- who range from young families to retirees- enjoy the comfort and security of living in a small community. We are able to take advantage of the benefits of living close to the scenic beauty.

Upcoming Events

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Ribbon Cuttings

June 18th we will be at Mosquito Joes of Arkansas for their ribbon cutting at 10 am. They are located at 2807 E. Walnut Suite B in Paris. We want to welcome Brad and Stephanie Simon to Paris. They offer outside pest control for the state of Arkansas. Paris will be the home of their main headquarters. 
Also June 18th we will be at Paris Insurance Group at 11 am for their ribbon cutting. Join us in welcoming Maxey Philmon in his new business. Located at 31 E Walnut in Paris. 

Monthly Coffee and Donuts

Each Month we host a FREE coffee and donuts meet and greet with a chamber member from 8:30 am to 9:30 am. This is open to the public as a way to learn more about a business and help us recognize our spotlight business of the month. 
August 13th we will be at Castle Graphics located at 35 West Main St in Paris and we will recognize our business of the month. 

News Releases

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19th Annual Butterfly Festival

The 19th Annual Butterfly festival was held June 27th at the North Logan County Fair Grounds. There were over 2500 in attendance at the festival this year. Weather played a huge part in the success of the day. The weather was perfect and that made for a successful event. The youth duck calling contest had 20 contestants, the pooches on parade had 14 dogs registered and the vendors reported selling more products than in years past. The butterflies were a huge hit with kids of all ages and the Morgan Nick foundation was on hand to release them at the end of the day. We are looking forward to the 20th annual Butterfly festival in 2016!

New Members

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