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Now Hiring – Event Manager

In Chamber News, Economic News, News, Uncategorizedby Nicole Perry

Job Title:                        Event Manager Reports To:                     President Supervises:                     NA FLSA:                             Exempt Organizational Background: The Maury County Chamber and Economic Alliance (MCCEA) was created in 1999 to serve as the Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development organization for Maury County, Tennessee. Maury County, with a population of approximately 89,000, includes the cities of Columbia, Spring Hill and Mt. Pleasant. The …

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Maury Alliance Adds New Communications Role

In Chamber News, Economic News, News, Uncategorizedby Nicole Perry

Thursday, March 15, 2018 | 12:00pm Maury County Chamber and Economic Alliance Adds New Communication Role Maury County, Tenn. — Maury County Chamber and Economic Alliance congratulates Bethany Orban for her promotion to Communications Director. In this new role, Orban will directly oversee all marketing and communications for the organization. Maury Alliance President, Wil Evans, states ”We are excited to transition Bethany …

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The Doug Jeffords Company to Relocate Operation to Mount Pleasant, Tennessee

In Economic News, Newsby Nicole Perry

Monday, February 26, 2018 | 3:00 pm Seasoning and Spice manufacturer to invest 4 million, create 35 jobs MOUNT PLEASANT, Tenn. — the Doug Jeffords Company along with the Maury County Chamber and Economic Alliance announced today that the company will relocate its operation to Maury County. The family owned seasoning and spice manufacturer expects to invest $4 million and create 35 …

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Maury Gains National Award

In Economic Newsby Nicole Perry

The Laurie Moran Partnership Award This year, NAWB introduced a new award, the Laurie Moran Partnership Award, given jointly to a workforce development board and chamber of commerce that have formed a significant partnership to advance the workforce and economic development of their local region. The Partnership Award is named in honor of Laurie Moran, who served on the West Piedmont …

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Year in Review: Maury Alliance ‘Finished Strong’

In Chamber News, Economic News, Newsby Nicole Perry

By JAY POWELL jpowell@c-dh.net Posted Jan 17, 2018 at 9:33 AM The Maury County Chamber and Economic Alliance had one of its strongest years in 2017, and president Wil Evans said there is a lot more to come down the road for 2018. Evans gave his quarterly presentation to Columbia City Council last week, in which he shared all of the county’s successes in 2017, …

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Maury County, TN: Doing Life Right

In Chamber News, Economic News, Newsby Nicole Perry

Thriving arts scene, year-round entertainment enhance Maury County’s appeal By Jessica Walker Boehm on June 1, 2017 Maury County meets its residents’ needs with close-knit communities, excellent schools, high-quality health-care facilities and affordable housing options. If those attributes weren’t enough, it also offers plenty of what they want – advantages that make the community even more vibrant and appealing. The county is home …

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Maury County, TN Manufacturing Advances with Precision

In Economic Newsby Nicole Perry

By: Kevin Litwin The advanced manufacturing sector is a well-oiled machine in Maury County, and the variety of manufacturers that are choosing Maury County is diverse. In late 2016, food packaging company Armada Nutrition announced a $2.1 million investment to blend and package its sports nutrition products in Spring Hill. Company officials say they will add 300 new jobs over …

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Why Experiencing Maury County, TN may be the Best Thing You Can Do for Yourself

In Chamber News, Economic Newsby Nicole Perry

Affordable living and a high quality of life puts Maury County on the map for movers From young families in search of good schools, affordable homes and close-knit neighborhoods to retirees looking for a lower cost of living, top-notch health care and shopping, entertainment and recreational opportunities, record-setting numbers of new residents are discovering Maury County. A growing number of tourists …

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Gaining Gold by Going Green

In Economic Newsby Nicole Perry

Maury County Increases Status to a Valley Sustainable Gold Community Columbia, Tennessee, October 17, 2017 – Maury County, which was first designated in the Valley Sustainable Communities Program at the Silver level in 2014, has recently completed the Designation Renewal Process, resulting in it increasing its level to Gold and maintaining its status in the program for an additional three …

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Location, Affordability and Workforce Make Maury County, TN a Top Choice

In Chamber News, Economic News, Newsby Nicole Perry

Location, Affordability and Workforce Make Maury County, TN a Top Choice By Teree Caruthers | May 18, 2017 Photo by Katie Baker   For three straight years, Maury County has ranked in the top six among Tennessee’s fastest-growing counties, boasting between a 2 and 2.5 percent population growth year after year. In 2015, it ranked as the state’s fourth fastest-growing county, proof that …