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GM Investing $2 Billion in Spring Hill Plant

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GM Investing $2 Billion to Transition Spring Hill, Tennessee Plant to Build Electric Vehicles, including Cadillac LYRIQ Additional investments at five Michigan plants planned for future crossover, pickup and Cruise AV production WARREN, Mich. — General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) announced today that its Spring Hill, Tennessee assembly plant will begin the transition to become the company’s third vehicle manufacturing site …

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SmileDirectClub Announces Plans To Locate New Manufacturing Facility In Columbia

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SmileDirectClub will invest $34 million in Maury County facility Project represents company’s third expansion in three years NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and SmileDirectClub officials announced today that the company will expand its presence in Middle Tennessee by locating a new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Columbia. SmileDirectClub, an oral …

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Maury County Magazine 2020-2021

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Opportunities Abound for All Written by Brittany Anas – Photo by Ross Jaynes People are thriving in this community bursting with opportunities for everyone Maury County’s population is growing rapidly, as people of all ages and professions are flocking to this thriving community about 30 minutes from Nashville. The county is a draw for those looking to advance their careers, …

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Maury the Mule

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June 26th – July 13 The search for Maury the Mule begins this Friday Find Maury the Mule hidden in 25 businesses across Maury County for a chance to win over $500 in gift cards!! Our annual “Where’s Maury the Mule” shop local passport adventure starts on June 26th! Pick up a passport from any of the 25 participating businesses …

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Small Business Stabilization Fund Awards Over $125,000 in Grants to Small Businesses

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Maury Alliance Teams Up with Local Organizations to Award Over $125,000 in Grants to Small Businesses in Maury County The Maury County Chamber & Economic Alliance awarded $126,000 in grants, impacting over 120 small businesses across Maury County this week.    In early May, the Maury County Chamber and Economic Alliance, with generous funding made available by local community partners, established the Maury County Small Business …

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GM Spring Hill Provides Grants to Aid Maury County

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GM Spring Hill Provides Grants to Aid Maury County Small Businesses and Tennessee Teachers with COVID-19 Challenges $65,000 grant to benefit Maury County Chamber and Economic Alliance Teachers from Shelbyville, Chattanooga, Maryville, Johnson City, Knoxville, Memphis receive grants to help Keep Kids Learning Spring Hill, TN — General Motors Spring Hill facility recently announced that the Maury County Chamber and …

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Take Advantage of your Online Member Listing

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One of the benefits of being a Chamber member is having a listing in the Membership Directory. People throughout Maury County, and others interested in relocating to the county utilize our Membership Directory as a resource to find trusted businesses in the area. After joining Maury Alliance, you will have access to the Member Information Center (MIC). The MIC is …

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Froggy’s Fog Uses Resources to Tackle Covid-19

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On a normal day, Froggy’s Fog would manufacture over 500 gallons of theatrical effects fluids in its Columbia, TN warehouse. Now they have shifted their focus to help those in need in time of Crisis.  With the rise of COVID-19, a shortage of proper hand sanitizers and chemicals became a reality. It was then that Co-Owners Adam Pogue and Chris …

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Columbia businesses adapting to COVID-19 changes

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Story by Jay Powell – The Daily Herald With Monday’s State of Emergency announcement, Columbia businesses are now forced to think of alternative measures to stay alive, with many limiting hours or closing all together. Over the weekend, the city launched a new #MuletownMighty Facebook page and website, where local retailers and restaurants can post their limited hours, information about …