December 2011 Edition

LETTER FROM THE CHAIRMAN, Mark P. Noyes, Sheraton Birmingham

On behalf of the Board of Directors of CAHABA, I want to wish you all a very happy and healthy Holiday season.  It is hard to believe that 2011 is almost behind us. Looking back for a minute, I’m truly pleased and certainly grateful for what we have accomplished as a new association in such a short period of time.  Our year began with the excitement of “newness”, finding our purpose, a sense of camaraderie among board members and a membership “in waiting” to see what we were made of and what direction we would take along the journey.


Job Position Open - 12/10/11

Submitted by Jennifer Gowers on Fri, 12/09/2011 - 15:39

The Best Western Plus Carlton Suites is now hiring for a Assistant Manager/ Sales Manager.  Candidates must possess the following skills:
1.  Strong Computer skills and literacy
2.  Strong customer service and communication skills
3.  Ability to be flexible and work in multiple areas of a hotel
4.  Have some experience in hotel preferrably in management or sales
Please email all resumes to for consideration for this position.


CAHABA Ronald McDonald Wrap Up!

Submitted by Jennifer Gowers on Tue, 12/06/2011 - 15:23

A note from Community Service Chair, Adrienne Whitehurst



CAHABA members and volunteers came together on October 17th, 2011 to support the Ronald McDonald House (RMH) located on 4th Ave. South on the Southside of Birmingham. Often times, families of children who are in Birmingham to receive medical treatment cannot afford a hotel during the duration of treatment. They look to the RMH to provide a place for them to stay during these trying times. Not only does the RMH staff provide a home away from home for these families, they also provide a majority of the food for them. That’s where we come in!

Birmingham Business Alliance Immigration Law Update

Submitted by Jennifer Gowers on Tue, 12/06/2011 - 15:13


Birmingham Business Alliance

Calls for Significant Revisions to Immigration Law


BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – December 6, 2011 – The Birmingham Business Alliance (BBA) Tuesday called on the Alabama legislature to significantly revise the state’s controversial immigration law during the upcoming 2012 legislative session. Employers from around the seven-county Birmingham region have expressed concerns about the new law and the unintended consequences it has imposed on employers, particularly those already struggling in an uncertain economy. Furthermore, business leaders believe the law as currently written does not reflect the values of fairness and compassion embraced by Alabama citizens.


Submitted by Jennifer Gowers on Wed, 11/09/2011 - 20:10

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