The traffic in Spring Hill continues to pick up as people begin to feel more comfortable getting out to run errands, dining in at restaurants, and meeting face-to-face again. While not everyone is ready to get back to their pre-corona levels of social interaction, which is understandable, it is good to see a slow and steady approach to re-opening our community. Our business community is ready to get back to serving you at higher capacities while keeping everyone’s health top of mind.
We know that our chamber events and other community events will continue to look different moving forward so that we can adhere to Tennessee guidelines and keep people safe. Our annual Experience Spring Hill event is postponed from June 13th to September 12th, with the hope that guidelines at that time will allow us to host an event that draws over 2,500 people in attendance. In the meantime, please stay tuned for our first virtual event showcasing our businesses this June. You will have the opportunity to get a glimpse of our business owners, local nonprofits, fun giveaways and special guest appearances from our local ‘celebrities’ in a fun Facebook live format. Please visit www.experiencespringhill.com for more updates and for news regarding other rescheduled community events.
The last few months have been extremely difficult for our businesses. Our chamber has put all of our efforts towards giving them the support that they need and to help them continue operating during a time in which information changes hourly. Despite these uncertain times, we were given the opportunity to welcome new members into our chamber family.
Allen Engineering Services
Chewing School of Music & Arts
Pizzabaker Spring Hill
Kennedy Broadcasting (WKRM/WKOM)
Toms Tax Service
Our local business owners have been amazing during COVID-19 and continue to prove that we have a strong and innovative business community. We appreciate the work they do every day to make our community a great place to live. They need our support now more than ever. Please visit www.experiencespringhill.com to find our chamber members. Supporting our members can be done by your patronage at their brick and mortar, online store, recommending them to a friend and/or by giving them a Facebook or Google five-star review. Thank you for your continued support in allowing our businesses to do what they love to do….serving you!
- Rebecca Melton, Executive Director, Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce