On Saturday, November 5th, the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its 29th Annual Fall Festival. Our goal for this yearís event was to increase attendance and to make it our biggest and best Fall Festival ever!
This yearís event attracted thousands of spectators to the Jackson area who in turn brought added revenue to our city. Downtown Jackson was filled with live entertainment, over sixty Arts & Crafts vendors, over twenty-five food vendors, the Antique Car Show, the Lumberjack Competition and several Kidís Games.
Jacksonís local businesses make Fall Festival possible through their financial support. We would like to thank all our many businesses for their sponsorship which make this event a success.
Without the sponsorship of our member businesses, the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce would not be able to organize an event of this magnitude.
I would like to extend a warm thank you to the following individuals, families and organizations for their hard work and dedication in ensuring that our event was successful: The City of Jackson,
Mayor Long, Boise, Brooks Motors, Clarke-Mobile Counties Gas District City Council Members, Kevin Woodson, City Employees, Jackson Police Department, Chamberís Board of Directors, Pine City Ambassadors, Interact, FBLA, Smith Family, Slayton Family, The South Alabamian, Clarke County Democrat, The Call News, Washington County News, The Radio Center, Mediacom, First United Security Bank, Moody Radio, Macís Drugs, Scotch & Gulf Lumber. Co., Power South, Clarke County ARC, Acceptance Loan, McDonald, Allied Credit Union, Alabama Power Company,
Andrews Funeral Home, AmStar EMC, Capstone, Alabama Southern community College, Clarke-Washington EMC, Harveyís Home Furnishings, Harrison & Harrison Insurance, Jackson Hardware Co., Inc., J & J, LLC, Jacqualyn Bradley, Atty., Jackson Medical Center, Merchants Bank, Premier Medical Eye Group, Regions, Smith Jewelers, The South Alabamian, Coca-Cola, Aarons,
McCorquodale & McCorquodale, Liberty Building Products, LLC, Dr. Glenn Bridges, Jerry Reeves at AC Fabricated, and Brian Raybon. A big Thank You to All of You.
We hope everyone enjoyed the festival and will come back next year. We are confident that all visitors experienced what makes Jackson so unique. We are a place where people matter and a community where people grow together.
Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce