At the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce, our mission is to positively influence our business culture to create a better Spring Hill. The Chamber Board of Directors and staff have been diligently working to serve the needs of our members, to connect to the community and to become the authority on commerce in the city of Spring Hill. To better communicate our message we’ve created a brand new mobile-friendly website, www.springhillchamber.com, enabling members easy access to member benefits and upcoming events. We have also unveiled a new brand image and logo, designed by member Kevin Robinson, to represent our overall mission. The hexagon shape with six sides represents our core attributes which are professional, kind, relationship focused, networking minded, supportive, growing & developing. You’ll also notice three colors which represent our main interests: Our chamber and it’s members (dark blue and white), the city of Spring Hill (teal), and our community (yellow). Our role at the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce is to be the link that brings these entities together. Together we make a better Spring Hill.
In addition to our new look and website, we’ve launched a new consumer-focused online directory, www.experiencespringhill.com. This online resource was designed for the residents of Spring Hill presenting our members by category in one digital solution. We also want to say thank you to Vanderbilt Health, and all of our site sponsors for helping us launch this service to our community.
The 5th Annual Mayor’s Ball, sponsored by John Maher Builders is just around the corner on Friday, November 3, at the local UAW Hall. This is our signature fundraising event, and a great time to connect with the Mayor, local officials, business professionals, and entrepreneurs for a celebratory evening. Attendees at Spring Hill’s only black tie event will experience an extravagant evening with a family style dinner provided by The Dotted Lime, entertainment by Burning Las Vegas, bar services from Jan-Bo’s On the Rocks, and an interactive art exhibit by SHAC (Spring Hill Arts Center). Support from this event allows our Chamber to reach the needs of our members all year long with cost-effective programming, professional development, and support services. Tickets are still available for purchase on our website and those interested in purchasing 8 top, reserved tables can call our office at 931-486-0625.
If you are not a Chamber member, now is the time to join. Our Chamber is a family of support- working to see your business succeed. Please come to our October 26th monthly luncheon and experience the networking, relationship building, and resources that the Chamber can provide for your business. Our luncheon speakers, Attorney Kolin Holladay and CPA Steve Meek, will present “Common Denominators for Successful Businesses”.
Help the Chamber, and it’s members by shopping local this week!
– Rebecca Melton, Executive Director of the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce