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Nancy Rose, Executive Director
Emporia-Greensville Chamber of Commerce
Boar’s Head Brand® began in the New York City area in 1905.
By 1933, distribution of Boar’s Head Brand products had grown. It was at that time that founder, Frank Brunckhorst, dissatisfied with the quality of cooked hams which were available decided that he would open a manufacturing plant of his own. Over the years since that time, most other manufacturers of delicatessen products have made compromises in quality for the sake of convenience and economy. But Boar’s Head has never done so. To this day, five generations later, descendants of the Brunckhorst family still insist on the same unwavering commitment to high standards set by Frank long ago. Delicatessens who care about the products they serve to their customers, serve Boar’s Head. Click here to visit site . . .
Southern Virgina Regional Medical Center
Southern Virginia Regional Medical Center has been serving the Emporia area since December 2003. SVRMC is your community medical provider, serving the Emporia community and its residents with inpatient, outpatient, emergency, medical and surgical services. We are your family, friends and neighbors, and we work with and for our community to provide quality healthcare that fits your life and lifestyle. Click here to visit site . . .
SA Thompson & Associates
S. A. Thompson & Associates traces its roots to a trio of small, regional firms that have operated in the Southside and Central Virginia areas for decades. One goal has always been of paramount importance: excellent, trusted customer service to a diverse base of clients. Scott Thompson, CPA, CGMA, left private industry in 2001 to join a Certified Public Accounting office located in his home town of Emporia, Virginia. His specialties through the years have included taxation, small business consulting, retirement consulting, and bookkeeping services to name a few. On January 1, 2019 that office became S.A. Thompson & Associates. What really makes S.A. Thompson & Associates special is its staff of dedicated professionals. Whether you need an entire accounting department or just some help with your bookkeeping, let the SAT difference work for you! Click Here to visit site . . .
Welcome to Owen Ford! Located in Jarratt, VA, Owen Ford is proud to be one of the premier dealerships in the area. From the moment you walk into our showroom, you'll know our commitment to Customer Service is second to none. We strive to make your experience with Owen Ford a good one – for the life of your vehicle. Whether you need to Purchase, Finance, or Service a New or Pre-Owned Ford, you’ve come to the right place. Call 888-651-5977 for your No-Obligation Internet Price Quote from our Internet Department. We are here to assist you with your needs. Feel free to call or email anytime. Click Here to visit site . . .
Arby's Emporia is a quick-service restaurant serving quality meats on handcrafted sandwiches. We call the transformation from a cut meat to a delicious sandwich "Meatcraft", and our dedication to Meatcraft informs every decision we make. From the sandwiches we serve to our curly fries, shakes and sides, everything we do is in service to the meats. It's why we get to work every morning hours before we open our doors. Good food takes time to prepare, and we're happy to put in the time to make your meal great. Visit the Emporia Arby's today. Click here to visit site . . .
Virginia Custom Thinning & Chipping
Virginia Custom Thinning & Chipping, owned by C.K. Greene, recently received the Virginia E.K. Pittman Safety Award 2015 Logger of the Year. The award is based on a company's safety record, continued emphasis on workplace safety, and a business that shows a genuine concern for employee safety by going beyond the minimum requirements to ensure the safest and most productive workplace environment.
Greene has been in the logging and chipping industry for 21 years. He formed Virginia Custom Thinning and Chipping in January 2007 and has since been an industry leader and a great ambassador for the forestry industry. Offices are available at 4356 Planters Road in Dolphin, VA or 326 South Main Street in Emporia, VA. Phone 804-586-7198. Feel free to visit us on Facebook.
CIMC Intermodal Equipment
CIMC Intermodal Equipment is one of the nation’s largest suppliers of intermodal chassis, chassis parts, and container parts, consistently providing customers with high quality and durable design. In addition to a facility in South Gate, CA, CEO, Buzz Hagen has expanded the company’s capabilities with a new location in Emporia, Virginia, serving East Coast customers. CIMC Intermodal Equipment currently occupies 43 acres in the Greensville County Industrial park, and is one of the largest industrial operations in the county.
CIMC Intermodal Equipment is proud to be a part of the Emporia-Greensville community, not only as a significant provider of jobs for local job seekers, but also by contributing to the overall economic growth of Greensville County through many local charitable contributions and continued support of local merchants. Click here to visit site . . .
CRATER COMMUNITY HOSPICE
The mission of Crater Community Hospice is to educate the community on serious illness and end of life concerns and provide families and patients with quality care and supportive services.
Crater Community Hospice was established in 1995 after a need for hospice services was identified by both John Randolph Hospital in Hopewell, VA and Southside Regional Medical Center in Petersburg, VA. At that time both facilities were community hospitals and recognized that a community based hospice could better serve the local community. Crater Community Hospice is a not-for-profit organization whose care and services are funded through insurance reimbursement, memorial gifts and generous support from the community. Crater Community Hospice provides care regardless of the patient’s ability to pay. Click here to visit site . . .