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  • Anticipated Dates in Paris Area:

    • March 2nd: Subiaco Carnival from 4 - 9 p.m.
    • March 7th: Ladies Night from 5 - 8 p.m. in Downtown Paris.
    • March 12th: The CALL - Informational Meeting 6 p.m. Scranton School Cafeteria.
    • March 14th: Coffee & Donuts starts at 8:30 a.m. at Paris Inn &Suites.
    • March 17th: HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY!!-PACC Board & Staff
    • March 30th: My Sister's Closet Prom Dress Drive:                                    - at First Christian Church of Paris; 11 a.m. -3 p.m.
    • April 3rd: Career Fair ATU from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
    • April 10 - 13th: Big-To-Do-on-22. Get your bargain shoes on!
    • May 11th: Springtime in Paris- Festival.
    2019 Chamber Membership Fees are Due Annually in January.

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  • Eiffel Tower Park 

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  • 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 six towns in the US named after Paris , France. Paris has the only Eiffel Tower in the state of Arkansas,standing 25 foot tall featuring a 2 tier water fountain. Situated near the Arkansas River in the Ozark Mountains, Paris is known for its beautiful landscapes, diverse industry, and rich history. The city has manufacturing facilities producing parts for the automotive, construction, and defense industries.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.Paris is always a good idea!


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  • Join the Paris Area Chamber on Thursday, March 14, 2019 at 8:30 am at Paris Inn & Suites located at 2010 E. Walnut St. in Paris for FREE Coffee and Donuts. Network with others, find out what is going on in the community, learn about the host business and help us honor the business of the month.

    We meet each month for coffee and donuts at a different host-business every 2nd Thursday at 8:30 am. 

    Business of the Month for March is The Barn at Meadowbrook owned by Dana & Manfred Phillips.

    A handshake and a smile go a long way! Don't miss your opportunity.
                 See you there!

  • March Business of Month

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  • Congratulations

  • to The Barn at Meadowbrook

    for winning PACC's March Business of the Month Award!

    The Barn hosted our 2019 PACC Award's Banquet with great success. 

    Dana and Manfred are always contributing to our community and we are thankful for everything they do.                     

  • The Barn at Meadowbrook is a rustic-inspired wedding and event venue located in Magazine, AR. The Barn gets its name from the Meadowbrook Golf Course which was once located there! The owners are Manfred and Dana Phillips. You can contact Dana at 479-518-3262 for pricing and any additional information!


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  • Trendsetter City Tourism winner for 2017

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  • Trendsetter in Tourism Award

    Trendsetter in tourism:

    Paris was awarded the Trendsetter Award in Tourism for commities of 5,000 people or less by the Arkansas Municipal League at its winter convention held in Fort Smith last week. Accepting the award was Tonya Baumgartner (center). Also on hand were Paris City Clerk Mary Syllivan (left) and Planning and Zoning Commission member Jewell White.