Monroeville is a great family destination, offering visitors the opportunity to visit a major site on “The Southern Literary Trail,” sharing this distinction with Oxford, Mississippi, and Montgomery, Alabama, mingling William Faulkner with F. Scott Fitzgerald, Nelle Harper Lee and Truman Capote. Monroeville has a special niche with its legendary hospitality to visitors, who enjoy experiencing Southern history and culture in its surroundings.
If you are visiting the area, please stop by the offices of the Monroeville/Monroe County Chamber of Commerce, 86 North Alabama Avenue. The Chamber is housed in a restored 1925 bank building, the former home of The First National Bank. The Chamber was established in Monroeville in 1928, and has had many homes on Monroeville’s historic courthouse square.
The Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors represents a diverse group of international corporations, small businesses, civic organizations and financial institutions, which have a presence in the Monroe County area. The Chamber Board is pleased to invite visitors to “visit, enjoy, relax, renew and relocate” to Monroe County, Alabama. On behalf of 2011 Monroeville/Monroe County Chamber of Commerce President Paul England (Market President, Bank Trust), the Chamber welcomes you and invites you to find your home in Monroe County, Alabama!
For further information on Monroeville/Monroe County, please visit the following websites: www.monroecountyal.com www.tokillamockingbird.com
2011 Chamber of Commerce Officers & Directors:
Paul England, President
Al Brewton, Vice President
Harvey Gaston, Treasurer
Dr. Reginald Sykes
Sandy Smith, Executive Director
Felicia Pettis, Office Manager