New signs go up around the County.

New signs go up around the County.

  • Nominate Your Business Woman of Meade County

    Have you nominated a business woman for this year’s award event? Women in Business Nomination Forms are now on the Chamber’s website,  Applications are continuing to come in and we encourage you to recognize a Meade County Business Woman by nominating her for this award. This is a ladies only event with one the regions favorite Business Women – Dawn Gee, newscaster for WAVE News. Plan on making your reservations early as we were sold out in 2013 and the event only happens every other year.

    BELK Department Store in Elizabethtown will provide the fashions and Everett N’ Allies will be taking care of the accessories!

    We are still looking for a sponsor for this great Ladies Only event! Please let us know if you would like to join his great list of businesses and speakers

    Nominees should be innovative leaders who are making waves with their energy, ideas, achievements and commitment to excellence in the area.  Nominees must live or work in Meade County and a winner will be selected based upon

    • Her ability to bring about social and economic change.
    • Leadership as an outstanding role model to women.
    • Outstanding performance within her profession to improve the status of her community.

    The Women in Business nomination form is available at


    Meade County Bank has been a member of this chamber of commerce for 30 years. As one of our Chamber’s founding members, many have served as directors on the board and have been a longtime supporter of Chamber initiatives. Meade County Bank is proud to be a locally-owned hometown bank. They find pride that every director, officer and employee is a part of this community. We live, shop and belong to the same organizations as you. We know our customers on a first name basis and can better understand your individual needs,” stated Bank President Jim Hines.

    The Meade County Bank has many projects they support in the community. They employee students and they are the proud sponsor of Tidal Wave Bank, a student operated class at the Meade County High School. The bank was built by Meade County Bank in September of 2000 and is located in the cafeteria. It provides the student body and faculty of the high school the following services: savings accounts, lunch loans, small personal loans and check cashing. The bank class is instructed by Mrs. Kelly Holley. The profit generated from the bank is used to fund an annual scholarship for Tidal Wave Bank students

    Their level of support to this Chamber is a great asset to the success of the Chamber, and it is important for us to say thank you and recognize their commitment to our success. Their commitment to the City of Brandenburg and Meade County has not gone unnoticed.

    For more information on services and locations please contact the main office at the corner of By-pass Road and Hwy 79, Brandenburg.