Coronavirus: Round Rock Chamber Reaches Out To Business Sector

Tony Cantu

This article originally appeared on the Round Rock Patch

ROUND ROCK, TX — In the midst of his own self-isolation — along with members of his staff — the Round Rock Chamber chief on Thursday reached out to the business community to alert them of available resources amid the new coronavirus pandemic.

"Your chamber has many initiatives available to support you during this critical time," the chamber wrote in a prepared statement. To that end, Round Rock Chamber President and CEO Jason Ball addressed the business community virtually in a video while pointing them to various resources:

  • Watch the video message below from the chamber president/CEO to learn of the most recent business resources available.
  • Provide your feedback on current operations to alert the Round Rock Chamber how they can assist by completing our business survey.
  • Send the chamber business announcements to share with the community at large.
  • Visit for immediate jobs openings.

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"Your chamber team continues to work remotely," officials wrote. "Please reach out to us if we can help your during these unprecedented times."

Chamber officials further advised: "We have several items mentioned in the video that we want to make sure you are aware of now."