For many of you, I am a new face. My wife, Kassi and I moved to Mayflower after getting married in January of 2020. We planted our roots in the Northwoods sub-division and we opened Kassi's Cookies shortly thereafter, in October! Since then we have continued to invest in our small town and look for ways to become more involved.
In April 2021, I was appointed President of the Mayflower Area Chamber of Commerce where I have worked diligently to create new programs and organizational depth to foster growth in membership and create a solid, future-oriented organization. Our Chamber has focused intensely on laying the foundation and groundwork necessary to become an asset for our local business leaders and build up the community around us.
I want to make it clear that I believe in the vision of the Chamber of Commerce and I believe that it is an integral part to the success and growth of a community. I believe that a healthy chamber promotes both business and community interests and creates a collective voice for community members to express their needs, goals and objectives.
I hope you will consider joining us and help us further our mission of developing the growth in our Community. Our Mayflower Area Chamber of Commerce is here to help and we hope that you will invest in our cause by participating in community events, building a strong community, and becoming a member.
I look forward to meeting you!
My name is Kaleb W. Posey. I was born and raised in the Ouachita Mountains of Western Arkansas. I moved to Mayflower in March of 2019 after graduating from UCA, where I earned a B.B.A in Management of Information Systems. I then continued my education at UCA earning a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Information Systems.
During this time, I was also pursuing a relationship with my now wife, Kassi. I spent much of 2019 on the road, or remodeling our home in the Northwoods subdivision. Kassi and I married in January 2020. We began to search for a way that we could invest in ourselves and in our community. We opened Kassi’s Cookies in October of 2020 and we have looked for opportunities to grow our business and become more involved in Mayflower ever since!
I believe that Mayflower is an amazing community comprised of a rich heritage and pride in what Mayflower is today. I am not here to change that! Kassi and I love this community and we want to continue to put roots down here. We want to raise our children here. We want to grow our business here. We want to continue to invest in our future and we intend to work diligently to create an atmosphere and culture that will preserve Mayflower’s small-town ambiance while simultaneously promoting the growth and positive change that will help those who already live here, as well as those who are searching for a place to call home!