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May New Investors

June 6, 2023

BRAC welcomes 10 new investors

BRAC Joins Keep Louisiana Beautiful’s Clean BIZ Partnership, Enlists Area Businesses in Combatting Litter in Capital Region 

June 6, 2023

The Baton Rouge Area Chamber (BRAC) today joined the Clean BIZ Partnership, a new program created by Keep Louisiana Beautiful (KLB) aimed at reducing and preventing litter, and is asking area businesses to share in the responsibility of addressing the state’s litter problem.

Legislature Passes Incentive to Attract Concerts and Festivals to Baton Rouge 

June 5, 2023

As part of a push to increase live music, the Baton Rouge Area Chamber (BRAC) worked with Representative Barbara Freiberg, Mayor President Sharon Weston Broome and Visit Baton Rouge to pass HB 450.

BRAC Issues Emergency Preparedness Recommendations for Businesses 

June 1, 2023

BRAC releases annual emergency preparedness tips and guides for the Capital Region.

Baton Rouge Hits 10-Year High in Middle- to Upper-Income Parents Choosing Public Schools 

May 31, 2023

The Baton Rouge Area Chamber today released a research report showing that local public school enrollment among middle- to upper-income students hit a 10-year high in 2022.

BRAC, Visit Baton Rouge Select Agency for Talent Attraction Marketing Campaign 

May 24, 2023

Baton Rouge, LA (May 24, 2023) – The Baton Rouge Area Chamber (BRAC) and Visit Baton Rouge today announced that it selected Baton Rouge-based creative agency ThreeSixtyEight to develop and launch a national talent attraction website and marketing campaign for Baton Rouge.  

Shell Catalysts & Technologies Upgrades West Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana, Operations

May 19, 2023

Shell Catalysts & Technologies plans to expand its facility in West Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana. The $121.7 million project is expected to create 74 jobs.

Abandoned Signs Around Baton Rouge New Target of City’s War on Litter, Blight

May 18, 2023

The battle against litter and blight in Baton Rouge was given another boost on Wednesday when the Metro Council approved a measure that should allow the city-parish to start taking down abandoned signs.

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