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State Broadband Map Available for Public Comment

The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development (TNECD) developed a Broadband Accessibility Map as part of their statewide Broadband Initiative and is currently seeking public comment. The map is available on the TNECD mapping site. Searchable by address, the map includes information for all 95 counties, covering broadband availability, speed and technology. TNECD invites broadband providers, local leaders and community …

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Maury Alliance Welcomes Krista Watkins

Following an extensive nation-wide search, The Maury County Chamber & Economic Alliance (Maury Alliance) is excited to announce Krista Watkins will be joining the Economic Development team as ALIGN Maury Program Manager. In this role, Watkins will spearhead ALIGN Maury efforts from within the organization and support existing industry across Maury County. “Expanding our economic development program to include a …

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Cadillac Celebrates Launch of LYRIQ at Spring Hill, Tennessee, Assembly Plant

LYRIQ sets the standard for the future of Cadillac Launch marks another milestone in GM’s commitment to all-electric future DETROIT – Today, General Motors marks another major milestone in its commitment to an all-electric future as Cadillac formally celebrates the beginning of retail production of the 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ at GM’s Spring Hill, Tennessee, assembly plant. GM President Mark Reuss, Cadillac Vice President …

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2022 Annual Meeting

We had an incredible turnout at our 2022 Annual Meeting and enjoyed spending time with all of you! Annual Meeting is our time to celebrate our accomplishments, but more importantly, it is our opportunity to celebrate you. Without our members and partners nothing we do could be accomplished. Since 1999 Maury Alliance has helped to grow Maury County through business …

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Support Needed for Broadband Access in Rural Maury County

Maury County is seeking letters of support to secure a Broadband Access Grant for rural Maury County.   Maury County is currently the fastest growing county in the State of Tennessee and today, over 7,000 residents have no access to the Internet through Broadband. Internet is vital for education, tele-health, economic development as well as public safety.   By sending a …

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2022 Legislative Agenda & Weekly Updates

The Maury County Chamber and Economic Alliance has an advocacy partnership with the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce, Rutherford County Chamber, Hendersonville Area Chamber and the Dickson County Chamber. This advocacy partnership provides the means for an expanded and more influential effort to advocate on issues that are important to the business community of Middle Tennessee. Members from all partnering …

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Fiberon to Establish Operations in Maury County

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Fiberon officials announced today the company will establish new manufacturing and distribution operations in Columbia, Tennessee. Fiberon, a subsidiary of Fortune Brands Home & Security, Inc., will create 310 new jobs over the next five years. Founded in North Carolina in 1997, Fiberon …

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MCPS Recruiting Employers for Work-Based Learning

Dr. Lori Brown, Director of College, Career, and Technical Education at Maury County Public Schools is currently recruiting employers for their 2022 Work-Based Learning Program. The Maury County School District Work-Based Learning (WBL) Program offers the opportunity for students to gain hands-on “21st century” workplace skills and to test their academic knowledge in the real world. The WBL program has …

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Tennessee Wins State of the Year Award

Business Facilities announced the 2021 States of the Year awards – Tennessee won Best Dealmaker! Virginia was named the state with the Overall Best Business Climate and Massachusetts was named the state with the Best Workforce/Educational System. The winners will be highlighted in the January/February issue of Business Facilities. This isn’t a surprise for us considering Tennessee is comprised of …