With visitor’s welcomed back on June 1 the City of Key West is working at warp speed to polish off public works that have been underway since the COVID-19 epidemic
The financial burden of a vocational career is a bit lighter for a pair of graduating seniors who will each receive $2,000 as recipients of the Chamber’s Gerald “Moe” &
With tourists shut out, iconic Sloppy Joe’s could tent up for the termites. BY JOE CASO Business Consultant Chamber Treasurer During these last few weeks at home I have been
Boog Powell sitting for an interview behind his Key Haven home. There’s an old saying that if you find a job you love you will never work a day in
During its first meeting of the new decade, the Key West Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors unanimously endorsed the proposed Wrecker’s Cay workforce housing project on Stock Island and
Scott Atwell wants to understand what it’s like to walk in the shoes of his members, and Greg Sullivan knew just where Chamber CEO should begin. When Sullivan isn’t volunteering
The Coroavirus may have shut down business in Key West, but it hasn’t stopped the business community from fulfilling its promise to local educators and students in 2020. The Key
Chamber CEO Scott Atwell receives a Christmas meal from Fausto’s grandson and co-proprietor Jimmy Weekley. How does a family business survive for almost 100 years in the unrelenting business climate
By Scott AtwellCEO, Greater Key West Chamber of Commerce When the U.S. Navy pulled out of Key West in 1971 my father lost his civil service job at the base.
Submit a Job
Looking to hire an employee? Click below to post a job on the Key West Chamber of Commerce job board.