#GrowMaury Newsletter, Vol. 1

Maury AllianceGrow Maury, News

Grow Maury July Newsletter

A LETTER FROM THE MAURY ALLIANCE At the Maury County Chamber and Economic Alliance, we know that public schools are critical to the economic and community development of Maury County. With the growth that is coming to the Middle Tennessee area, we believe it is our job to show the potential of our highly educated workforce and Maury County’s ability … Read More

Report: Maury a top county for local investment

Maury AllianceChamber News, Economic News

From The Columbia Daily Herald – Tim Hodge Maury County is a top area in the state for having the highest investment in its local economy, according to a recently released study. New York-based financial technology company SmartAsset examined Tennessee counties based on business growth during the last two years, inflation-adjusted GDP growth, new building permits and the five-year average … Read More

Alliance promotes Maury schools

Maury AllianceGrow Maury, News

From The Columbia Daily Herald – Tim Hodge The Maury County Chamber and Economic Alliance is joining forces with the school system to launch a campaign aimed at promoting education as a top community priority. MCCEA’s Education Task Force has partnered with Mary Beth West Communications and Maury County Public Schools to launch the Maury County Education Advocacy Campaign. The … Read More

Maury County Map Ad Sales begin July 7th

Maury AllianceChamber News, News

Maury County Map Ad Sales begin July 7th Dear Chamber Member: The Maury County Chamber & Economic Alliance is pleased to be working with the cartographic and marketing firm of Target Marketing to publish a new, up-to-date, full-color Street Map and Resource Guide of our area. This publication will be the only map endorsed and distributed by the Maury County … Read More

Life on the line and beyond

Maury AllianceEconomic News, News

Every day, thousands of people go to work at the General Motors manufacturing facility in Spring Hill. The plant currently produces the Chevrolet Equinox, as well as a number of other automotive parts, including 4-cylinder engines. It takes a lot of coordination, skill and training to keep everything running smoothly inside the massive, 6.9 million square foot building. And that … Read More

First GM Academy revs up for Maury County students

Maury AllianceEconomic News, Grow Maury, News

From The Columbia Daily Herald – Tim Hodge SPRING HILL — A jaunty tune plays over a loudspeaker at General Motors’ Spring Hill Manufacturing facility as workers prepare to take on the assembly line. Each person stands at the ready, going over his or her job in completing a new car. The tune ceases, and the workers get busy. About … Read More

Ag scholarships awarded in memory of Wick Halliday

Maury AllianceChamber News, Grow Maury, News

The Maury County Chamber and Economic Alliance Ag Scholarship recipients are, from left, front row: Ashley Kidroske of Culleoka School, Reagan Holland of Spring Hill High, and McKenzie Sewell of Santa Fe School, (not pictured, Robert Rollins of Culleoka School). The $800 scholarships, proceeds from the annal Farm City Breakfast, were presented in memory of Wick Halliday by, from left, … Read More

Rail access interest rising

Maury AllianceEconomic News

From The Columbia Daily Herald – Tim Hodge MT. PLEASANT — The Middle Tennessee area is poised for growth, and companies increasingly are looking for sites with rail access to help meet logistical needs, economic officials said. Maury County Chamber and Economic Alliance Economic Development Director Travis Groth said businesses are keenly interested in comprehensive international logistics solutions, of which … Read More

Tennessee Ranked 4th Best State for Business

MAadminChamber News, Economic News, News

CHIEF EXECUTIVE Posted by: Jared Coffin  May 7, 2015 The results of our 11th annual survey clearly show that CEOs favor states that foster growth through progressive business development programs, low taxes and a quality living environment. See how your state fared below. #4 – Tennessee This southeastern state is proving it has more than just music talent to offer … Read More