I am the Chamber… Phil Webb

August 6, 2014

Phil WebbIn 2007, as Phil Webb drove over 10th Street Mountain, he received a phone call, asking him to serve on the Chamber’s Board of Directors in 2008. A member since 1988, Webb Concrete & Building Materials had never completely engaged in what the Chamber offered. “Now,” Phil says, “it’s networking, developing new friendships, new business contacts, being a part of giving back to the community that has given to me and making this region even more successful.”
Phil serves on the Board of Directors for many organizations, including the Home Builders Associations, Calhoun County Habitat for Humanity, JSU Foundation, Anniston Museum Board, the Anniston Rotary Club, Greater Alabama Council of Boy Scouts of America, the Business Council of Alabama, the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce, and he serves as chair-elect of YMCA of Calhoun County, and Chairman of the McClellan Development Authority and Knox Concert Series. “I have to be away from my business and very busy, but I do it because I want to and I believe I can help people,” says Phil. “For small businesses, it is vital not to be just a member but to be very involved. Through that involvement, you make contacts, connect the dots, and help your business grow. It won’t come to you, but you have to work at it. With the Chamber, there is no better place to meet more than 1200 potential customers, shake hands and pass out business cards. It’s part of the job, no matter what industry you’re in, to meet people and know who is who,” states Phil. DSC03155
Webb Concrete & Building Materials opened more than 60 years ago and continues to serve east central Alabama as the complete source for everything you need to build or remodel, “from the foundation up.”
Thank you Phil Webb for your work and commitment to Calhoun County and the East Alabama Region!
Webb Concrete and Building Materials has five strategic locations to better serve our customers in East Central Alabama and parts of West Georgia, with a Ready Mix and Showroom in Oxford.


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