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"Did We Get Rid Of The Pride Flag?": This Arizona Realtor's HOA Just Got Served A Big, Tall Glass Of Petty Revenge

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When a couple in Arizona hung a Pride flag in their yard, they were faced with neighbor complaints. This led to the HOA sending them a notice for unapproved change to their property. However, many others had hung American flags with no complaints. Read the article for more information. Read More

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Arizona Restaurant Association, Tourism Office: Our State Is a Foodie State

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Average temperature aside, is Arizona about to become the country’s hottest foodie hot spot? It’s a little early to say, but the Arizona Restaurant Association, in partnership with the Arizona Office of Tourism, is working to make the case.

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Congratulations, 2024 Chamber of the Year Finalists!

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| Newnan, Georgia Opelika Chamber of Commerce | Opelika, Alabama Category Two Michigan West Coast Chamber of Commerce | Holland, Michigan Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce | Paducah, Kentucky Vail Valley Partnership | Edwards, Colorado Category Three Bend Chamber of Commerce | Bend, Oregon Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Appleton, (..)

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Arizona and Mexican Business Groups Sign Trade Agreement

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Arizona associations dedicated to fostering business innovation and startups signed an agreement with a Mexican counterpart organization last week to help further business development in the U.S. Three groups are joining together to help foster the growth of startups in Arizona and Mexico. and Mexico.

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Arizona State University’s Alumni Association Tries Free (but Tiered) Membership

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In an effort to boost donations to the university and boost connections with the school’s numerous graduates, the Arizona State University Alumni Association is shifting to a free membership model, in addition to a variety of paid tiers for those who want more services. The change in model takes effect this month.

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Lessons from Arizona: Meetings and Controversial Legislation

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While Arizona’s governor vetoed the controversial bill that would have allowed businesses to use religious beliefs to refuse service to people earlier this week, the uproar around the measure provides plenty for associations to think about as they pick locations and plan for their upcoming meetings. Day as a paid state holiday in 1990.

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Four Paradigm Shifts to Reshape Your Next Meeting for Attendees 

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“You can definitely stay in the city if you’re going to sit in a conference room and meet for three days straight,” said Tricia Duffney, sales manager for Rancho de los Caballeros, a dude ranch in Wickenburg, Arizona. “I I believe getting attendees out of the city and bringing them to a serene location is beneficial for everyone’s mindset.”

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