It’s hard to believe that January has already passed us by!  The first month of the year is always an interesting mix of closing out the previous year and pushing forward into the next year. Our Chamber has once again experienced a busy start on a new year.

In January we were honored to host a ribbon cutting for both Groove Life and Salted Peace.  Groove Life, which produces silicon rings, is headquartered in the former Spring Hill High School building on School street. Owner Peter Goodwin founded the company in 2015 and it has since grown into a 50-employee team.  Salted Peace, located in the Crossings, offers a variety of services designed to naturally increase wellness. Co-owners Rose Perrie and Sonia Morse personally built most of the salt rooms, aromatherapy rooms and the children’s room. We are so fortunate that both of these businesses have chosen to operate in Spring Hill and we were thrilled to officially welcome them into the community.

The beginning of the year is also popular for membership. Businesses develop new goals for the new year and our Chamber provides value, through networking, exposure and development, that can elevate those goals. Chamber membership is a great way to be recognized as a business that is committed to the community it serves. Please welcome our newest members to the Chamber family:

Brookman’s Artisan Smokery

Better Side Gig

Music City Experts, LLC

Honest 1 Auto Care Spring Hill

55 South- Spring Hill

State Farm Insurance- Josh Hazelwood

The Water Store

Trinity Church

B&B Pharmacy

Brentwood Academy

Kelly Taylor Mortgage Group

Minuteman Press- Franklin

United Way of Williamson County

Dare 2 Dance

Viking Pizza Company

We appreciate all of our members and their commitment to our community and we look forward to supporting their needs. We encourage you to show them your support as well. Did you know that $68 of every $100 spent locally stays in the community as compared to only $48 of every $100 spent at a non-local business? (stat from Local First’s 2008 Local Work’s study by Civic Economics) Find all of our businesses at Thank you for buying local and being a part of the Chamber’s mission to create a better Spring Hill!

  • Rebecca Melton, Executive Director, Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce