• New Member Spotlights

  • Ms. Donn's Hair Salon

    The Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce would like to welcome Ms. Donna’s Hair Salon to the Chamber. Donna Spicer started Ms. Donna’s Hair Salon about 4 months ago with the purpose of being able to serve a diverse group of individuals. 

    Located at 302 Radford Street Suite B in Christiansburg, Ms. Donna’s Hair Salon specializes in serving men, women, and children. They can do braids, extensions, haircuts, and so much more. Ms. Donna will even visit someone in their home if they are unable to travel to the salon. Her in-home visits are by appointment only.  Ms. Donna’s Hair Salon is also proud to host Little Bunnies Tea Parties on Saturdays from 2:00-4:00 PM. This event features hair, nails, games, fashion, and photo ops for everyone in attendance. These parties are great for birthdays and special events.

    At the end of the day, Donna Spicer wants to provide a place where the community can go to get hair services done that feels like home. She wants the community to feel comfortable while getting their hair done to the point where they might even drop by randomly to hang out. If you are looking for a hair salon that will feel like home and is run by a wonderful person, give Ms. Donn’s Hair a shot. 

    For more information about MS. Donna’s Hair please call 540-676-3339 or stop by 302 Radford Street, Suite B, Christiansburg, VA 24073. 


  • The Glencoe Manner and Museum

    The Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce would like to welcome the Glencoe Mansion and Museum as a member! Glencoe Mansion, Museum & Gallery is a popular tourist destination in Radford, located at 600 Unruh Drive on a hill overlooking West Main Street. It offers a three-in-one museum experience consisting of a historic residence, history exhibits, and an art gallery. The historic residence occupies the main level of the building, providing insight into the life and times of the Wharton family, who lived there for over a century. The History Exhibits section covers a wide range of topics related to the city and the region, including Native Americans, African Americans, famous citizens, and social and cultural exhibits. The Art Gallery features a new exhibition every two months, showcasing the region’s artistic talent in various mediums and styles.

    Visitors can also shop for local works of art at the Gift Shop, open during the same hours as the museum and is an ideal place to find unique gifts. Recently, the Mary Draper Ingles Cultural Heritage Park was added to the Glencoe site, which has been declared a Virginia Treasure by the Department of Conservation and Recreation. This 1.3-acre park includes a picnic area, pathways, an eight-foot bronze statue of Mary Draper Ingles, and interpretive panels on her life and the frontier experience. In addition, the New River Train Observatory provides visitors with a thrilling view of Norfolk Southern trains and the rail bridge over the New River. Donations from individuals and businesses are welcome to support the museum and park. The museum and gift shop are open from Wednesday to Saturday, and Sunday, and there is no admission charge. The facility relies on the work of volunteers, and special skill sets are welcome to bring history and culture to the public. Definitely consider visiting this exceptional museum in order to acquire a more profound understanding of the history that played a crucial role in shaping the Radford community as we know it today.

  • The Messy Tuck Boutique

    The Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce would like to welcome new member, The Messy Tuck Boutique, to the Chamber. They are a women’s clothing boutique that offers multigenerational women’s clothing with sizes ranging from S – 3X.

    Stacy Beavers, the owner of The Messy Tuck Boutique, was born and raised in Southwest Virginia and loves bringing independent fashion designs from all over the world into our region. She wishes to offer women a “look good, feel good” option while keeping it comfortable, stylish, and affordable. Her favorite part of The Messy Tuck Boutique is being able to socialize about the outfits. She loves to hear about where her clients are going to wear the outfits! Stacy wants everyone who comes to the store to leave happy and wishing to come back soon.

    The Messy Tuck Boutique is open Tuesday through Friday from 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM and Saturdays from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM. On Thursdays, Stacy does a Facebook Live Fashion Pop-up and takes sale orders during the show. There is always something new at the store so come in and see what is different from week to week!

    If you would like to learn more about The Messy Tuck Boutique, please visit them online at https://themessytuckboutique.com/


  • Hodge Podge Cookies

    Today, we are spotlighting our new member, Hodge Podge Cookies. In November 2020, Craig and Kari Hodge started baking cookies to make some extra money for the upcoming Christmas season. Within three weeks of starting, they quickly began to realize that they had a special product that people wanted. They then began to make plans to expand their business so that they could be in more control of their future. In April of 2021 they moved into a storefront location.

    Hodge Podge Cookies offers made-from-scratch cookies from their bakery. You can order these cookies from their website or stop by their store to pick them up. They are open every Tuesday-Friday from 4:00-8:00 PM and Saturday from 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM. Their current featured menu includes Sugar Cookies, Red Velvet Cookies, Chocolate Covered Strawberry Cookies, The Double Flavor Box, and The Triple Flavor Box.

    In addition to operating their bakery, Craig and Kari teach full-time. At their core, they are all about helping within the community. They strive to donate to local events, school functions, and business to further their community support.

    If you would like to learn more about Hodge Podge Cookies, please visit hodgepodgecookies.com or visit them at 111 3rd Ave in Radford, VA. 

  • Barrows Inc

    The Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce would like to welcome new member, Barrows Inc. With over 30 years of experience, Barrows has become one of Southwest Virginia’s most prestigious business environment specialists.

    Barrows specializes in creating the perfect business environment for their clients. They partner with Steelcase, one of the largest commercial furniture manufacturers in the country. This partnership has allowed them to provide quality furnishings, flooring, walls, glass, and more to their clients. The focus goes beyond picking nice furniture. Barrows’ mission is to guide leaders of corporate, education, and healthcare organizations through a collaborative design and fulfillment experience resulting in innovative solutions that mirror their unique brand and culture. They want to make sure the space they create allows the most productivity possible. They believe that space creates culture, and they keep that in mind when designing your space.

    With designers on staff, they can provide a full range of services. Starting with an idea, their designers will put together renderings and concepts to make sure that their clients are going to be happy with the end result. Their 45+ employees are here to help businesses with creating the perfect space. 

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