The Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce is growing! This October has been full of local events, new members, and new chamber resources.
We are pleased to support and welcome our newest members:
- Waste Solutions of Tennessee, LLC
- The Cigar Station
- Furniture Innovation
- Delta Bound “Southern Food Joint”
- Tito’s Mexican Restaurant
- Quality Built Remodeling, LLC
- Nashville Olive Oil Company
- The Fainting Goat Coffee
- Red 7 Pizza Co.
- New York Life, Vernon Russ
- Tennessee Tickets
- Fat Fighting Mom, Amber Suter
Our quarterly mixer was a huge success! We had over 70 members and guests between the two the morning and afternoon session at the lovely Vintage Tollgate Apartments clubhouse. Amy Brinson and her team were gracious hosts and offered our guests tours of their amazing facility. In addition to meeting potential clients, attendees were able to experience the Chamber’s re-brand, new website and new online directory. “The new experiencespringhill.com website is a powerful resource to not only the community but also our members,” said, Chamber Marketing Chair Corey Gonzalez.
Our monthly member luncheon held at the UAW Hall in Spring Hill, TN was a wonderful time of networking and learning. The luncheon was catered by The Dotted Lime and featured a presentation titled, ‘Common Denominators for Successful Businesses” by Attorney Kolin Holladay and CPA Steve Meek. Kolin and Steve highlighted the importance of addressing the financial, strategy and legal denominators in starting and growing your business. Both Kolin and Steve have worked together with several clients to help them gain awareness of potential blind spots and to proactively plan for their future business goals. A key insight that I was able to take away from the presentation was the importance of business owners taking a step back to work on their business not just in their business.
Ribbon cuttings are always an exciting time for business owners and the Chamber. Celebrating the start of a new business, location or expansion is always a thrill. We were given the opportunity to show our support for Franklin Synergy Bank at the Grand Re-Opening of their Spring Hill location at 4824 Main Street. Franklin Synergy Bank has been a committed community partner in Spring Hill and we were excited to celebrate alongside their team with a ribbon cutting. We wish them the best as they continue to serve our community’s needs.
Another milestone worth celebrating are anniversaries. The Chamber is excited to announce that we have added Anniversary Celebrations to our list of member benefits. The start of a business is exciting but even more so is the continued success of a business and that deserves to be acknowledged in our community. We celebrated with Vintage 615’s owners, Margaret and Chris Ziegler, and their team during their Fall Photo Party and One Year Anniversary sale. In addition to many customers, several Chamber members stopped by to congratulate them on their hard earned success as the Chamber presented them with a Certificate of Achievement. It was a great day!
Our biggest fundraising event, the Mayor’s Ball, is approaching on Friday, November 3rd. Only a handful of tickets remain which can be purchased on our website, www.springhillchamber.com. You don’t want to miss this fun event which includes a dinner experience by Chef Paul Jensen at The Dotted Lime, entertainment by Burning Las Vegas and a special interactive art exhibit by Spring Hill Arts Center. We greatly appreciate our presenting sponsor, John Maher Builders, for their generous support of the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce. We ask that you please support their local business as an additional thank you.
As our city continues to grow so does our Chamber. We encourage you to visit ExperienceSpringHill.com directory and use it as your go to resource for all things local. It’s your one stop destination for shopping, restaurants, churches, nonprofit organizations, medical services, and local service providers. Find what you are looking for and shop local because Together We Make a Better Spring Hill!
Rebecca Melton, Executive Director of the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce