2018 Luncheon Calendar

The vision of the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce is to provide professional development, networking opportunities, and support services for local professionals interested in building relationships and growing their business. Our monthly member luncheon programs comprehensively embody this vision. The luncheon environment allows our members to meet new and existing members, to learn about business related topics and to build key relationships for growing their businesses. Each year our Board and staff diligently seek speakers, sponsors and partners that will help us execute valuable luncheons for our members.

Our first luncheon of the year, State of the City, provides valuable information on past and future projects that directly impact the health of our economy. Our last luncheon of the year, State of the Chamber, provides a summary of Chamber activities, achievements and future plans. Last year we added a State of the Schools panel discussion with representatives from Columbia State, Martin Methodist, Columbia Academy, Williamson County and Maury County Schools. Our education partners work hard to equip our workforce and it is always great to learn about their innovative strategies. This year the Chamber leadership wanted to include luncheon presentations that would both educate our members on topics that impact the business community and that would inspire our business professionals.

2018 Remaining Luncheon Calendar

March 22nd   Customer Experience

Better Business Bureau Representative, Kari Chunn, will present on innovative strategies for improving customer interactions and building brand loyalty.

April 26th         Automate and Repeat, Increasing Productivity with Technology

LeShane Greenhill, Founder of SalesCocktail, will present on free or inexpensive technologies available to small businesses that impact sales, growth and operations.

May 24th        Tourism Panel

Regional representatives will discuss initiatives that drive economic growth to the region and state.

June 28th            Communication

Local speaker and author, Scott Kimbro, will present the six levels of communication as discovered through his experiences as COO of Kimbro Oil Company.

July 31st              Business Impact on Schools

Dr. Chris Marczak, Maury County Schools Superintendent, will present on Maury County public/private successes and their impact on the community.

August 23rd         How to Build your StoryBrand

Demming Bass, certified StoryBrand Guide and official Google trainer, will present on clarifying your message. A special ‘Intro to online marketing with Google’ will follow this presentation for those that are interested and able to stay.

September 27th     Philanthropy Panel

Local professionals will discuss the importance and role of philanthropy in a thriving community.

October 25th             State of the Schools

Leaders from our regional higher education institutions, technical organizations and county schools will discuss current successes and opportunities.

November 15th      Entrepreneurship Panel

Learn from local business owners on how they recognized opportunities and overcame challenges to build successful companies.

December 6th      State of the Chamber

Annual celebratory luncheon sharing Chamber highlights and future goals.

If you are a Chamber member or a member of our business community I’d encourage you to come to a luncheon and meet our members, learn more about what the Chamber does and see first-hand what we are all about. Luncheons are consistently the most valuable networking opportunity for our members. It is a wonderful time to connect with one another over a delicious meal, to receive valuable information that can be applied to your business and to get to know one another in a friendly environment. All of our Chamber events can be found on our website, www.springhillchamber.com.  

Rebecca Melton, Executive Director

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