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Maury Alliance Memo – Quarter 3

The Maury Alliance team was hard at work in July, August, and September! We welcomed over 35 new members and through a variety of events, met with over 1,000 of our peers. This quarter marked the release of the 2020 Census Data which placed Maury County as the #1 fastest growing county in Tennessee and #68 in the United States! …

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We’re Hiring!

The Maury County Chamber & Economic Alliance is currently hiring for a Workforce Development & Existing Industry Program Manager. This is a brand new position within our organization. Read on to see if this sounds like a good fit for you or someone you know. POSITION DESCRIPTIONThis is a new position on the Economic Development Team at the Maury County …

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Maury County ranks No. 1 in incoming investment in Tennessee

Story by Kerri Bartlett — The Daily Herald Maury County is making its way to the top of the list in growth and prosperity yet again after ranking as No. 1 for the most incoming investments in Tennessee, according to a  Gross Domestic Product study by Smart Asset, a financial technology company. A SmartAsset study measured growth in Gross Domestic Product (GDP), new …

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MCCEA Annual Meeting

Reflecting on the past 18 months and looking forward to the future. Annual Meeting is Maury Alliance’s biggest event of the year and gives us the opportunity to celebrate business and industry, highlight our successes, and transition our volunteer Leadership Team. About 45 days after our last Annual Meeting, the whole world was faced with uncertainty. No one knew how …

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‘Secret’s out’: How Maury County became the fastest growing county in Tennessee

Story by Kerri Bartlett — The Daily HeraldPhoto by Mike Christen — The Daily Herald Lifelong resident of Columbia Don Morrow, 66, remembers riding his bike up Golston Hill as a youngster, where apartments now sit overlooking James Campbell Boulevard. The back drop back then was wide open green space, rolling hills and a massive sunset that illuminated the city of Columbia. …

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Maury County Awarded 3-Star Grant

On July 27th, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee and Department of Economic and Community Development (TNECD) Commissioner Bob Rolfe announced that 54 counties will receive ThreeStar grants, totaling $2.4 million. Maury County was awarded a $50,000 grant. The competitive grant funds are designated to be utilized for community development initiatives such as education, workforce development, health, tourism, small business, entrepreneurship, and …

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Maury County is #1 for Fastest Growing County in Tennessee

Located in Middle Tennessee, Maury County currently holds the top spot for fastest growth rate in Tennessee and #68 among all counties in the United States. There are 95 counties in Tennessee and approximately 3,200 counties in the United States. Neighboring counties Williamson and Marshall are #2 and #12, respectively. “Secret’s out. Maury County really is the best location for …

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Maury Alliance Memo – Quarter 2

April, May, and June were busy months for the Maury Alliance team and the Maury County community! During the month of April, we had two ribbon cuttings, celebrating All Hands on Deck on April 1st and Tillis Jewelry on April 29th. Our monthly Chamber Coffee was hosted by Preventia Security, where we networked with over 70 members and guests! In …

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WIRED // 2021 Mastermind Group

The Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce and Maury County Chamber & Economic Alliance are excited to announce the launch of WIRED – a Mastermind group for local Entrepreneurs and CEOs. The WIRED Mastermind Group will be limited to 10 local Entrepreneurs and CEOs who are selected through an application process. The purpose of this exclusive group is to foster growth …

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Leadership Maury Now Accepting Applications!

Leadership Maury is a personal development program designed to motivate participants to develop and enhance the quality of their leadership in addressing pertinent community needs. Applications have just been released for the Leadership Maury Class of 2021-2022 and will be accepted until July 16th. Spots are limited! The purpose of the Leadership Maury program is to: Identify potential and existing leaders …