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2021 Spring Hill Candidate Guide

In Chamber News, News by ChAmBaDm

As a leading voice for business and industry in Maury County, it is our duty to keep the community informed. Prior to each election we compile a nonpartisan candidate guide to ensure voters have the information they need to make an informed decision on election day. All candidates were contacted during the development of this guide and no responses have …

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2021 Legislative Agenda & Weekly Updates

In Chamber News, News by ChAmBaDm

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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Fitness for Man and Beast

In News by ChAmBaDm

Story by Cary Estes — Livability MagazineClick here to read the full story Maury County is a place where it is easy to get outside and run around and play. Maybe even roll in the grass or fetch a stick.Oh, and it is also a great outdoor recreation area for humans, too.Maury County residents and their canine companions alike have …

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Steel Goes Up in Spring Hill

In Economic News, News by ChAmBaDm

Steel Goes Up in Spring Hill, Advancing GM’s All–Electric Future Article Source SPRING HILL, Tenn. – Steel construction for a new body shop is underway at the General Motors Spring Hill Complex in Tennessee. With this effort, the assembly plant begins the transition to become the company’s third vehicle manufacturing site to produce electric vehicles, joining Factory ZERO in Detroit, Michigan, …

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Love Local, Shop Local this Valentine Season

In Chamber News, News by ChAmBaDm

Visit Columbia and Maury Alliance are teaming up to encourage people to shop and support local businesses during the Valentine season of love. Everyone is eligible to ‘show their love for local’ on social media for a chance to win big. February 1, 2021 kicks off a two-week campaign “For the Love of Columbia” giving everyone the opportunity to show …

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Documotion Research, Inc. Locating New Manufacturing Operations in Columbia

In Economic News, News by ChAmBaDm

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Documotion Research, Inc. officials announced today that the company will establish new manufacturing operations in Maury County. This will be the company’s first operation outside of California, where it is headquartered. The project represents an investment of $9.3 million and creation of 80 jobs. …

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Multi-year Partnership Results in Dual Certification for Columbia TN Rail Site

In Chamber News, Economic News, News by Nicole Perry

The Columbia Tennessee Rail Site (CTRS) is the product of a long-standing collaborative effort between the Maury County Chamber and Economic Alliance (Maury Alliance), the City of Columbia, and state and regional economic development partners. Located in Maury County, the CTRS has been years in the making and offers several strategic advantages that are often difficult to find in a …

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UT and Martin Methodist Need Assistance Establishing Public University in Pulaski

In Economic News, News by Nicole Perry

Creating Greater Opportunities for Rural Tennessee In September 2020, the University of Tennessee System signed a nonbinding letter of intent with Martin Methodist College in Pulaski, Tennessee, the first step in discussions for the small, 150-year-old, private college to join the University of Tennessee System. The University of Tennessee completed through an independent third-party a due-diligence report to inform future …

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TNECD Announces CTRS as a Select Tennessee Certified Site

In Economic News, News by Nicole Perry

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development today announced that three sites have been certified through the Select Tennessee Certified Sites program. Sixty-five sites across Tennessee have been certified to date. The newest certified sites and their local sponsoring agencies include: Columbia Tennessee Rail Site – Maury County Chamber & Economic Alliance Stewart-Houston Industrial Park – Stewart-Houston …