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FRANKLIN COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

The Franklin Times “ Your Business Link” Volume 35

Issue 6

June 2013

Chamber Leadership EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE President Troy Brown Nissan North America, Decherd Vice-President Jim Cortner Moore-Cortner Funeral Home Secretary Jarod Pearson The Franklin-Pearson House Treasurer Charles Spaulding Citizens Community Bank Past President Phil Young Southern TN Medical Center BOARD OF DIRECTORS Alex Barnett Russell Barnett Automotive Family Stanley Bean FC County Commission Mike Cunningham Aerospace Testing Alliance Daryl Doney Middle Tennessee Respiratory Jim Harmon Monteagle Inn & Retreat Center Sam Henley Henley Supply Millwork Chip Manning The University of the South Eddie Moffitt Elk River Public Utility District Lou Pfister American City Bank BJ Rigsby Coldwell Banker Lynch-Rigsby Realty & Auction, LLC John Sutton Liaison, AEDC Dave VanBuskirk Tims Ford Council Ernie Williams Rogers Group, Inc. STAFF Judy D. Taylor Executive Director Delores Janush Membership Manager Shannon Stephens Marketing Manager Technology Support Adam Marshall

Thursday, July 11 12 Noon @

Regions Bank Campora Room

124 South College Street in Winchester

RSVP Required

Members lunch provided with RSVP by Wednesday, July 10th before 12 noon RSVP 931-967-6788 or info@franklincountychamber.com


May

Alliance Laundry & Textile Services................................................... Laundry, 2011

Another full MONTH… Filled with:

Alpha Technologies ................................................. Precision Machine Parts, 1989

All-Tec Machinery Repair, LLC............................................General Machine, 1991 Baxter Enterprises.......................... Injection Molding/Painting & Finishing, 2002 Boswell Machine, Inc. ............................................. Precision Machine Parts, 1979 CSA................................................................Auto Blood Pressure Machines, 1987 CST Storage .................... Welded Storage Tanks & Fabricated Plate Work, 1982

13th Annual Franklin County Chamber Bear Trace Golf Classic

Ambassador Meeting

31st Manufacturer’s Appreciation Luncheon

Genesis Fiberglass ........................................................ Fiberglass Containers, 1983

Chamber Flags flown for Memorial Day

Hamilton-Kent, LLC ............................................................... Rubber Gaskets, 2007

Board meeting

Hi-Tech Mold & Engineering SE, Inc........................................Mold Builders, 1998

Cumberland Machine Shop............................ Automotive Machine Work, 1996 DiversaTech Plastics Group, L.L.C. ................................... Injection Molding, 1974 Evans Brothers Logging........................................................................Logging, 1967

Needless to say May was a productive month and as a member, you were a vital part of making it all happen through your investments.

IMI, Inc......................................................................... Ready Mixed Concrete, 1999 Industrial Warehouse Services ..................................................Warehouses, 1997 Interstate Block & Brick Company .......................... Concrete Block & Brick, 1974

Two major events in one month is quite an undertaking. Actually less than seven working days a apart!

JSP International ........................................................... Engine Plastic Foams, 2005

May 6th the Bear Trace Golf Classic began with a delicious BBQ lunch and tee off at 1pm. 36 teams merging from Ypsilanti, Michigan, Normandy, Nashville , Franklin County and surrounding region had a full day of fun on the course surrounded by beautiful Tims Ford Reservoir. Photos of winners published in this issue of the Franklin Times. Great job Jim Cortner, Tournament Chair and Vice President of the Chamber.

Mason Plastics .......................................................... Conveyor Components, 2009

Lhoist North America ................................................... Crushed Limestone, 1988 Metal Fabrication, Inc. ...... Boat Pontoon, Personal Water & Raft Trailers, 1992 Micron..............................................Production, Research & Development, 1985 Nissan North America, Decherd....................... Powertrain Manufacturing, 1997 Phoenix Bass Boats..........................................................................Bass Boats, 2012 Powers Machine ...............................................................Precision Machine, 1976 Rogers Group Inc. .................................................... Crushed Stone, Asphalt, 1909 Sequatchie Concrete Services, Inc........................... Ready Mixed Concrete, 1998 Shaw Industries ...................................................................... Carpets & Rugs, 1973 Sherwood Mining .............................................Ground Calcium Carbonate, 2007

May 16th was the

31st Annual Appreciation

Manufacturer’s Luncheon held at the National Guard

Armory. Sgt Major Tommie Stevens was the perfect host, he welcomed everyone to the Drill Hall with enthusiasm and pride. The luncheon was a perfect way to express our appreciation to industry leaders attending and we want to express our gratitude to every Industry in Franklin County. A fantastic turnout with 160 guest and 72 industry representatives from various industries. Col. Raymond Toth, AEDC Base Commander provided an excellent speech and each manufacturer was presented a cooler tote bag filled with goodies encouraging them to take time to relax! Delicious BBQ catered by the Blackberry Patch was enjoyed by all! Special thanks to each of our sponsors listed in this newsletter, Manufacturers Appreciation event Chair Daryl Doney and CoChair Chip Manning. Listed below are Franklin County Industries and their products.

Smart Dog Products ................................................................... Pet Products, 1984 Southern Machine & Tool Industrial Machine, Mold Repair & Tool & Die, 1981 Stewart Aluminum Building Products .............Gutters, Siding & Windows, 1970 Sun Industries ............................................................ Aircraft Parts/Specialty, 1991 Superior Orthotics/Prosthetics..........................Orthopedics & Prosthetics, 1998 TA-Tech Systems... Secondary Automotive Machines for Plastic Industry, 2011 Tennessee Apparel Corporation ............................... Men’s Military Slacks, 1983 Tennessee Valley Ready Mix, LLC.................................Ready Mix Concrete, 2004 Tennessee Valley Wood Products. ....................................................Lumber, 1990 TEPRO, Inc...................................................................Rubber Weather Strips, 1985 Thompson Appalachian Hardwoods ....................Lumber & Lumber Yard, 1993 Tinsley Brothers Paving & Construction Inc.......... Crushed Stone, Asphalt, 1976 Tullahoma Industries............................................................. Military Apparel, 1969 Tyson Foods, Inc.- Decherd ............................................... Chicken Hatchery, 1978 Tyson Foods, Inc.- Estill Springs ................................................. Poultry Feed, 1978

FranklinCounty Manufacturers… Thank you for your investment in our community ATA Aerospace Testing Alliance .......................................Aerospace Testing, 2003

Active Burgess........................................................................................Plastics, 2013 Advanced Machine, Inc. .................................................. Precision Machine, 1996

Unique Functional Products .............................................. Boat Trailer Axles, 1986 Universal Technologies, Inc. ...................................................... Government, 1972 Winchester Hat Corporation ............................................. Hats & Millinery, 1971 Write Source ................................................................................ Pencils/Pens, 1996 Yates Services, LLC ..............................................................Industrial Services, 2002 Zanini Tennessee Inc. .............................................Plastic Injection Molding, 1993

Judy Taylor


2013 BEAR TRACE GOLF CLASSIC TOURNAMENT HOLE SUPPORTERS


Special Thanks to Our Annual Leadership Supporters

Russell Barnett Automotive Family

NISSAN NORTH AMERICA, DECHERD

BOD Lou Pfister, Executive Director Judy Taylor, Alex Barnett, Russell Barnett and Keith Barnett

Rick Youngblood and Gary Edwards

AMERICAN CITY BANK Lou Pfister and Troy Martin

SOUTHERN TN MEDICAL CENTER Phil Young, CEO

V.R. Williams & Co.

Alex Barnett, Executive Director Judy Taylor, Joe Hunt, Event Chair Jim Cortner, Mike Cunningham and Lou Pfister / Joe Hunt & Jim Cortner: Beverage Cart Service at its finest!

Ascend Federal Credit Union Executive Director Judy Taylor, Jason Penny and Kim Pendergraff

NovaCopy

Kelley Cruise, Executive Director Judy Taylor, Chamber President and Co-Chair Troy Brown, Keith Campbell and Daniel Henderson

Clark, Knies and Crenshaw, PLLC, & Winchester Utilities

Roger Caldwell, Heather Crenshaw, Coyle Clark, Troy Brown and Executive Director Judy Taylor

Hi-Tech Mold & Engineering, SE, Inc. & Baxter Enterprises Lou Pfister, Robert Schulte, Executive Director Judy Taylor and Mike Cunningham


FIRST PLACE FIRST FLIGHT

MOORE-CORTNER FUNERAL HOME Lou Pfister, Tanner Burks, Marcus Pittenger, John Love, Robert Cortner, Chair Jim Cortner, Executive Director Judy Taylor and Mike Cunningham

FIRST PLACE SECOND FLIGHT

AMERICAN CITY BANK Chamber President Troy Brown, Chair Jim Cortner, Carlene Brown-Judkins, Lou Pfister, Executive Director Judy Taylor and Mike Cunningham. Not Pictured Team Members are Josh Tenpenny, Ronnie Prince and Wade Rogers

FIRST PLACE THIRD FLIGHT

VOLUNTEER WELDING SUPPLY John Mark McMurtry, Richard Irwin, Jeff Holloway, and David McMurtry

FIRST FLIGHT: SECOND PLACE SECOND FLIGHT: SECOND PLACE THIRD FLIGHT: SECOND PLACE MARGARET LYNCH: COLDWELL BANKER LYNCH-RIGSBY REALTY & AUCTION, LLC

RUSSELL BARNETT AUTOMOTIVE FAMILY

EDWARD JONES INVESTMENTS & CROWN’S LANDSCAPING

Team Members Alex Barnett, Debby Barnett, Stanley Bean and Chris Cowan

Team Members Hampton Bourne, Cameron Crownover, Clayton Felts and Chris Blevins

FIRST FLIGHT THIRD PLACE

SECOND FLIGHT THIRD PLACE

THIRD FLIGHT THIRD PLACE

CITIZENS STATE BANK

WESTERN SIRLOIN STEAKHOUSE

Team Members Barry Rollins, Jeff Rollins, Jerry Don Thomas and Stephen Yarworth

Team Members Taso Georgas, Peter Georgas, Ben Graves and Jim Aglimas

SOUTHERN TENNESSEE TITLE & ESCROW, LLC

Team Members Ben Lynch, Ed Boggess, Kevin Caroland and Brian Bean

Team Members Patrick Lynch, Ben Merrill, Mike Hendrix and Jim Brock


Manufacturer’s Appreciation Luncheon

Over 70 professionals representing 18 Franklin County Manufacturers attended the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce’s 31st Annual Manufacturer’s Appreciation Luncheon held at the Tennessee National Guard Armory . Manufacturer’s attending: Aerospace Testing Alliance, Alliance Laundry & Textile Services, Baxter Enterprises, Boswell’s Machine Shop, CSA, CST Storage, DiversaTech Plastics Group, PLLC; Hamilton-Kent, LLC; Hi-Tech Mold & Engineering, SE, Inc.; Industrial Warehouse Services, Mason Plastics, Nissan North America, Decherd; Rogers Group, Inc., Shaw Industries, Unique Functional Products, Winchester Hat Corporation, Yates Services and Zanini Tennessee, Inc.

Evann Freeman, Office of Senator Lamar Alexander; Isiah Jones, Office of Congressman Scott DesJarlais; Event Chair Chip Manning, Babson Center for Global Commerce at The University of the South; Guest Speaker Colonel Raymond G. Toth, Commander Arnold Engineering Development Complex; Executive Director Judy Taylor, Franklin County Chamber of Commerce, Event Co-Chair Daryl Doney, Middle Tennessee Respiratory; Major Tommie Stevens, Tennessee National Guard and Katie Davis, Office of Senator Bob Corker.

Chamber President Troy Brown, Nissan North America, Decherd

Franklin County Chamber of Commerce’s Manufacturer’s Roundtable Chair Edgar Kane

Event Chair Chip Manning, Babson Center for Global Commerce at The University of the South

Franklin County Mayor Richard Stewart

Event Co-Chair Daryl Doney, Middle Tennessee Respiratory

Guest Speaker Colonel Raymond G. Toth, Commander Arnold Engineering Development Complex

A large crowd attended the 31st Annual Manufacturer’s Appreciation Lunch at the Tennessee National Guard Armory.


Manufacturer’s Appreciation Luncheon - Supporters & Attendees

Ernie Williams, Rogers Group, Inc.; Annual Leadership Entrepreneur Supporter Lou Pfister, American City Bank and Event Supporter Charles Spaulding, Citizens Community Bank (All three Chamber Board of Directors)

Franklin County Commissioners James Cantrell, Angie Fuller, Barbara Finney and Doug Goodman.

Event Supporter: Franklin County Industrial Development Board members: Christina Henley-Duncan, Don Langston, Steve Young and Gene Snead

County Commissioner Sherwood Ebey and Chamber Board Member Dave Van Buskirk

Event Co-Chair Daryl Doney with Event Supporters Nancy Panter & David Smith, Traders National Bank

County Commissioner Eddie Clark with Event Supporter Tim Solomon, Winchester Utilities

Event Supporters Tracy Temples, Southern Community Bank and Kim Pendergraff, Ascend Federal Credit Union

Event Supporters Kathy Burch and Becky Huddleston, Elk River Public Utility District with David Cleveland, CFC Recycling

Event Supporters Patrick Hannah and Charles McDonald, Duck River Electric Membership Corporation

Assistant District Attorney Steve Blount and FCIDB Chair Ben Boswell. Ben Boswell is also owner of Boswell Machine Inc.

Event Supporter James Woods, US Bank; Chris Rose, VR Williams Insurance & Co. and Chamber Vice-President Jim Cortner, Moore-Cortner Funeral Home

Bill Snider, Unique Functional Products with Leadership Annual Tennessee Supporters with Eric Brown, Dr. Jenny Tinch and Christina Marciana Southern Tennessee Medical Center


Manufacturer’s Appreciation Luncheon

NISSAN NORTH AMERICA, DECHERD Hiroshi Norkane, Fumihiro “Frank” Katsumata, Ichiro Ito, Atsushi Tsukahara and Kazuhisa Fukuyama

AEROSPACE TESTING ALLIANCE Phil Stich and Steve Pearson

Lunch prepared by The Blackberry Patch Cakes & Catering Denise Sanson and Jennifer Finney

SHAW INDUSTRIES Jimmy Martin, Camilla Wright, Stephanie Neal and Dinah Tichenor

WINCHESTER HAT CORPORATION Greg Fiske and Jeff Teters

HI-TECH MOLD & ENGINEERING, SE, INC. Mark Fortier and Mike Suits

INDUSTRIAL WAREHOUSE SERVICES Gary Horton

NISSAN NORTH AMERICA David Sliger, Rick Youngblood and Gerardo Leon

NISSAN NORTH AMEICA, DECHERD & MASON PLASTICS Back Row: Christine Norton, Scotty Martin, David Gabbard and Derrek Plattenburg. Front Row: Lisa Mason , Samantha Gann and Natalie Nunley

NISSAN NORTH AMERICA, DECHERD; & BOSWELL MACHINE SHOP Brown Sanford, Ben Boswell, Edgar Kane and Larry Worsham

ALLIANCE TEXTILE AND LAUNDRY Paul Armstrong and Tony Byrne


Welcome Jennifer Tinch, M.D., M.P.H. Jennifer Tinch, M.D., M.P.H. Occupational Medicine It is with great pleasure we welcome the addition of Dr. Jennifer Tinch to the medical staff of Southern Tennessee Medical Center! Dr. Tinch completed medical school at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. She completed her residency at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. She also has a Masters degree in Public Health. Dr. Tinch is board certified by the American Board of Preventive Medicine. Dr. Tinch is very excited to be joining Winchester Family Medicine in June. She will be working alongside of Kathryn Freeman, FNP, Niki Hazard, FNP and the rest of the top notch staff at WFM. As an Occupational Medicine provider, Dr. Tinch focuses on the health of workers, including the ability to perform work; the physical, chemical, biological, and social environments of the workplace; and the health outcomes of environmental exposures. Providers in this field address the promotion of health in the work place, and the prevention and management of occupational and environmental injury, illness, and disability.1 Dr. Tinch will be working closely with the Wellness Works program at Southern Tennessee Medical Center to provide the best possible care to the workforce in our community. Some of the services she will be offering include:

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Employment physicals exams (pre-placement and annual)

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Workplace injury care (Workers Comp)

Fitness for duty exams Regulatory exams (OSHA and DOT) Respiratory exams (which fall under OSHA regulatory exams, but we may need to specify for our corporate clients) Drug testing Audiograms: specifically for companies who require OSHA medical surveillance because the workplace exceeds the noise limit (called the PEL)

Employee wellness (biometric screenings) Immunizations for work Dr. Tinch, who studied Geology as an undergraduate, has a love for the outdoors, especially the mountains. She and her husband, Kevin, enjoy hiking, gardening and other outdoor activities. “I feel very fortunate to be able to reside in such a beautiful area of Tennessee. I am looking forward to becoming a part of the community and serving the citizens of Franklin County,” says Dr. Tinch. For more information, call (931) 962-4040. 1

American Board of Preventive Medicine website

Office Location: Winchester Family Medicine 1894 Cowan Highway Winchester, TN 37398 Clinic Hours: Monday-Friday 8am to 8pm Saturday 8am – 2pm

Dr. Tinch’s Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8am – 5pm Phone: 931-962-4040

Corner Uniques Jenny Crockett

PO Box 793 / 428 E Main Street Decherd, TN 37324 931-691-0133 Fax: 931-962-8616 corneruniques@gmail.com

Credit Central, LLC Chasity Hindman

704 Dinah Shore Blvd Winchester, TN 37398 931-308-6125 Fax: 931-968-9410 tn07@creditcentralinc.com www.creditcentralinc.com

Belles & Beaus Lori Jones

1804 Sharp Springs Road Winchester, TN 37398 931-6362382 lori@bellesandbeaus.vpweb.com www.bellesandbeaus.vpweb.com

The Rain Teen Center Kelly May

1910 Sharp Springs Road Winchester, TN 37398 931-308-0998 or 931-308-0999 judah2pastor@gmail.com

THE MEANING OF A FLAG DRAPED COFFIN The 9th fold is a tribute to womanhood, and Mothers! It has been through their faith, their love, their loyalty and devotion that the character of the men and women who have made this country great has been molded. The tenth fold is a tribute to the Father, for he too has given his sons and daughters for the defense of their/ our country since they were born. The eleventh fold represents the lower portion of the Seal of King David, and of King Solomon; and glorifies in the Hebrews eyes the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. The twelfth fold represents an emblem of eternity and glorifies, in the Christians eyes; God the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit (Ghost). The thirteenth fold, or when the flag is completely folded, the stars are uppermost reminding them of their Nation's motto; "In God We Trust". After the flag is completely folded and tucked in, it takes on the appearance of a cocked hat, ever reminding us of the Soldiers who served under General George Washington, and the Sailors and Marines who served under Captain John Paul Jones. They were followed by their comrades and shipmates in the Armed Forces of the United States of America, preserving for them the rights, privileges, and freedoms that we enjoy today. There are some traditions and ways of doing things that have deep meaning, now you will see flags folded and no "why". Share this information, folds 1 - 13 with the children that you love, and all others who love what is referred to, as the symbol of "Liberty and Freedom". "Lose yourself in generous service to others, and every day can be a most unusual day, a triumphant day; an abundantly rewarding day"! (Mr. William Arthur Wood) Be safe, be healthy and be happy in "your unselfish services to others"!

Sergeant Major Larry E. Williams, United States Army/ Retired USASMA Class #33


Franklin County Chamber of Commerce EarthWise Program

Teaching Every 2nd Greater to Have Pride in their home, school, county, county and world! “It’s easier to train a child than retrain and adult.” - Judy Taylor

Sandra Thomas, The Exchange, Inc., with the 2nd grade students at Good Shepherd Elementary

Carlene Brown-Judkins and Nancy Hibler with students at Rock Creek Elementary .

Special Thanks to the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce’s EarthWise Team.       

Andrew Kastner, Sherwin-Williams Co. and Nancy Hibler with students at Broadview Elementary

Executive Director Judy Taylor

Carlene Brown-Judkins, Nissan North America, Decherd Carol Fulmer, Interlocal Solid Waste Authority Nancy Hibler, Mary Kay Cosmetics Andrew Kastner, Sherwin-Williams Co. Sally Lighter, Tims Ford Council Sandra Thomas, The Exchange, Inc. Ashlie Wells, Center Stage Dance Studio

Christ The King Anglican Church Father Bill Midget 1227 Cumberland Street Decherd, TN 37324 931-968-1999 www.ChristTheKingTheWayForward.com

Pictured is Jim Brown, Parker Smith, Greg O’neal, Stief Counts and Father Bill Midget.


2013 SENIOR CLASS MOCK INTERVIEWS THANK YOU NOTES FROM THE SENIORS Dear Business Leader,

Dear Community Profession,

Thank you for giving me the opportunity to participate in the senior mock interviews. I appreciate the time you have taken from your schedule to invest in my future. Sincerely, Mary / Jody Watson / Tabitha Pycloe / Bethany Rust / Kaleb Tyree / Blake Miller / Ryan Morris / Farra Ingle / Austin McGuire / Lachlain Brain / Tyler Davison / Jesse Hayes

Please accept my compliments for the supportive role you played in the mock interview process. I enjoyed being able to get experience from you. I believe that this process will help me as I advance into my career. You demonstrated the leadership style that other executives rarely do . Your willingness to participate is appreciated and it will help me succeed in what I plan to pursue in the future.

Thank you for your time today helping us with our interviews! Brittany Jackson

Thank you for giving your time. If there is anything I need improvement on, I hope you will let me know. Sincerely, Syrohn Dulin

Thank you very much for taking time out of your schedule to help us prepare for the future. Dalton Brazier

I appreciated the leadership style that you provide to start my work career in life. Your willingness to participate is Thank you for your time! appreciated and will help me succeed in what I plan to pursue Anna Marie Porto in the future. Please accept my compliments for the supportive role you played in the mock interviews process. Dear Business Leader, Thank you for giving me the opportunity to enhance in the work field at a younger stage in life. I greatly appreciate all Thank you for giving me the opportunity to participate in the that you have done for me. senior mock interviews. I appreciate the time you have taken Sincerely, from your schedule to invest in my future. Michaela Barnes Chris Luske Dear Community Professional, Thank you for giving us the opportunity to learn what the interviewing process is like. I believe that this process will I hope you were pleased with my appearance, resume, and benefit me as I go into the workforce. Your time is appreciated cover letter. I want to thank you for your time to come help and I believe it will aid me in my future success. me for my future and employment. I appreciate you giving me Author Unknown the opportunity to learn how the interview process is like. I believe this process will benefit me in the path for my Thank you for your time today. achievement. Your time is not only respected but it will aid me Caleb Limbaugh in my future success. If there is anything you can suggest that will help me improve Thank you for taking the time to help me get the chance to my accommodations I hope you will let me know. practice interviewing. Sincerely, Author Unknown Miah Gray Dear Sir/Madam Thank you so much for your time and effort to interview me. Thanks for your time and consideration. Sincerely Kristee Owens

Dear Judy Taylor: I hope you were pleased with your experience at our School and that all the participants returned to work with pleasant memories of their stay. We certainly enjoyed having you and look forward to seeing you again.

Dear Judy Taylor: Thank you for giving us the opportunity to learn what the interviewing process is like. I believe that this process will benefit me as I go into the work force. Your time is appreciated and I believe it will aid me in my future success. Thank you again for such an informative and pleasant afternoon. Sincerely, Tyler Falk

Thank you for giving us the opportunity to learn what the interviewing process is like. I believe that this experience will benefit me as I go into the work force. Your time is appreciated and I believe it will aid me in my future success. If there is anything you can suggest that will help us improve our accommodations or services, Ms. Taylor, I hope you will let me know. Ashley Stewart


The following discounts are offered by members to fellow members of the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce. Members interested in joining the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Member to Member Discounts, call 931-967-6788 for details. Present this sheet to receive Member to Member Discounts.

BIG DADDY’S SPORTS 931-967-5433

10% Discount to Chamber Members

BURL’S Termite & Pest Control 931-967-4547

931-307-8874

10% Discount to Chamber Members & Employees on New Services Only

15% Discount off an installed system at you home or business

CUMBERLAND NEUROLOGY

DANLEY

OFFICE OF DR. RAMNEET BHULLAR

931-967-3209

Heating & Air Conditioning

931-967-5104

10% Discount on services 10% Discount on Cosmetic & check maintenance to Botox Injections to Chamber Chamber Members Members

OFFICE OF HAMPTON BOURNE

931-968-4959 5% Discount on all stock trade commission & free investment reviews to Chamber Members

EXCEL FINANCIAL SERVICES BILL GREEN 931-962-0549

Individual tax return $40 flat rate

Highland Bath Refinishing 931-967-4820 931-967-1040 $30.00 Discount to Chamber Members

931-723-7001

10% Discount to Chamber Members

10% Discount on services to Chamber Members Services include bath & kitchen refinishing, roof cleaning, pressure washing, handicap accessible baths & showers

931-924-3869 15% Discount on rooms Sunday - Thursday 10% discount on conference room anytime

COUNTRY BARN CONSTRUCTION 931-962-2276 FREE! Up to $100 in options when making a Barn or Gazebo purchase now through June 30, 2013. Discount to Chamber Members Only

931-967-GOGO Free estimates & $10.00 off booking 931-967-2313 20% Discount all merchandise

10% Discount on parts, accessories & clothing. Free Moose gear bag with purchase of a new ATV to Chamber Members

Shull Chiropractic Clinic, PLLC 931-967-4232 Free consultation

931-967-1933 10% Discount to Chamber Members

931-308-1044 931-967-4028 10% Discount on regular priced items to Chamber Members

931-967-7127 Free tank of fuel on all new boat purchases to Chamber Members

Valley Mini Storage 931-967-1421 10% Discount on all retail products to Chamber Members

10% Discount to Chamber Members. Not to be included with any other discounts.

FRANKLIN COUNTY PAINT 931-723-0380 10% Discount on services to Chamber Members

931-962-4300 10% Discount to Chamber Members

Kathy Bennett Life Communications & Security, Inc. Photography 931-455-9016 931-308-4518

10% off all services to Chamber Members 931-598-5682 1 free lock with unit rental for Chamber Members Limit 1 per year

5% discount for Chamber Members on parts & labor only. Excludes monitoring. New installations only

931-212-0609

10% Discount on jewelry

931-968-0114

931-967-0916 10% Discount on Simply Amish and Poly Furniture

931-967-0387

Free facial for Chamber Members. Call for an appointment

931-962-2058 931-636-6915 Free estimates for post frame buildings & metal roofs

10% Discount on projects over $2,500.00 to Chamber Members

10% Discount to Chamber Members

Coffee, Franklin & Warren Counties

931-723-8088 20% Discount carpet cleaning or air duct cleaning

TOP SECRET DOCUMENT DESTRUCTION

931-454-9878 10% Discount on all services & merchandise Employee discount 25% off any existing pricing on new Sea-Doos & Con AM competitive price & for those ATV's to all Chamber Members! who are new will receive a FREE first month of service

TRACKER BOAT CENTER

10% Discount on retail plant goods to Chamber Members

N. Cory Glenn, DDS

931-967-4252 931-967-2219

Crown’s Landscaping & Garden Center 931-962-2276

Winchester Antique Mall 931-967-9930 931-967-1273 20% Discount on all merchandise to Chamber Free Interior & exterior Members clean up with repair work

931-728-4487 10% discount to fellow Chamber Members


RELOCATING TO FRANKLIN COUNTY OR PLANNING TO VISIT? Our beautiful area is attracting people from other states by the dozens and a large majority of these inquiries are people wanting to relocate to this area. Some are retirees, some are leaving the hurricanes behind, and some actually go on the internet and pick us out! We seem to have what everyone is looking for!! Anthony Ciaburri 31 Crest Hill Drive Sussex, NJ 07461

Cynthia G Bryan 103 Cardinal Glen Circle Sterling, VA 20164

Dean K Perry 736 McNamara Ave Crescent City, CA 95531

Michael Poland 4114 Metauro Dr Liverpool, NY 13090

Patricia Baudendistel 47 Scott Loop Highland Park, Il 60035

Robert Hiley 12844 Oakwood Ave NW Uniontown, OH 44685

Linda Chiandusse PO Box 22 Valley Cottage, NY 10989

Paul Lourd 173 Old Boston Rd Wilton, CT 06897

Anthony Tartamosa 715 Oakwood drive Red Lion, PA 17356

Tim Becker 473 Eastridge Drive Reedsburg, WI 53959

Jodi Rosenthal 3620 Summer Drive Cedarburg, WI 53012

Jim Cation 343 Sioux Lane Carol Stream, IL 60188

Mark Akutagawa 43714 Serenity Court Lancaster, CA 93535

Edward Moroch 17 Leaf Lane Marawan, NJ 07747

Michael Ferrari 725 VT. RT. 109 Belvidere Center, VT 05442

Neville Rademeyer 4351 Canterbury Ct Saint Charles, IL 60174

Gregory Murray 19 Sturbridge Drive Dix Hills, NY 11746

Cherie Bach 8942 SE 79th Place Portland, OR 97206

Roger Bailey 3660 Flora Vista Loop Round Rock, TX 78681

Charles Butterbrodt 4610 US Highway 220N Summerfield, NC 27358

Edward Lenckus 16354 Winding Creek Rd Plainfield, IL 60586

Frank Howard 745 Cherokee Dr. SW Rio Rancho, NM 87124

Tammy Spung 19 Nariticong Ave Hopatcong, NJ 07843

Karen Walker 2328 Hess Dr Crest Hill, IL 60403

Harlean Oswell 2409 56th St Missoula, MT 59803

Roy Morgan South Haven, MI 49090

Marie Flanagan 9122 Intrgra Hills Ln / Apt 126 Ooltewah, TN 37363

Stephen Cunningham 470 Majestic Lane Oswego, IL 60543 Raimo Rantakyto 20 Timbertop Rd # 4 New Ipswich, NH 03071 Harry Richardson 108 Locust Drive Lincoln University, PA 19352 Paul & Tammy Winn 8201 S Alice Vail Lane Tucson, AZ 85736 Marty Pacocha 420 Buckingham Dr Crystal Lake, IL 60014 Stephen J Greene 74 Roosevelt St Islip Terrace, NY 11752 William Bowers 171 O'Grady St. 27 Fall River, MA 02720

Gerry Molineaux 283 River Place Drive Calhoun, GA 30701 Raul Camejo 60 Low Bridge Rd Southbury, CT 06488 Ralph Milroy 260 Vandenburgh Pt Rd Gloversville, NY 12078 Michael Kruse 1570 Ridgeview Ct Piqua, OH 45356 Marty Pacocha 420 Buckingham Dr Crystal Lake, IL 60014 Susan Preis 1025 Ferdinand Ave Forest Park, IL 60130 Dino Vassino 798 Greenbelt Parkway West Holbrook, NY 11741

FRANKLIN COUNTY TENNESSEE UNITED STATES

John & Cathy Regan 4 Park Avenue Wappingers Falls, NY 12590

Micheal Andary 6478 Jayfield Dr Hamilton, OH 45011

Gregory Pedigo 145 Berry Manor Circle Saint peters, MO 63376

Claude Sloan, Jr. 9814 Jamestown St Wattsburg, PA 16442

Margaret A. Snyder 76th Court N Brooklyn Park, MN 55444 Kay Gormley 8303 Xene Lane N Maple Grove, MN 55311 Mike Sandoval 519 7th Ave Silvis, IL 61282

Marilyn Hill 6979 Palomino Dr. Pinetop, AZ 85935

Gary Shepard 729 Ingalls St Clifton Forge, VA 24422

Fred Phelan 127 Park St Stratford, Ct 06614

Patty Dick 3371 SW Osborn Rd Topeka, KS 66614

Joyce Lambert 263 Rabbits Run Al, 36502

Lyle and Patty Mortensen 711 SW 37th Terr Blue Springs, MO 64015

Rita Hrcsko 3028 west bangs avenue Neptune, NJ 07753

John Clark 2910 Oak St Terre Haute, IN 47803

Pfaff 2835 Agnes Scott Dr Panama City, FL 32405 Jean Berry PO Box 49 Willow, AK 99688

Charles D. Ackerman 0102 Home Place Glenwood Springs, CO 81601

Paul Vider 522 Bolsa Way Oxnard, CA 93036 Jay & Belinda Emmerich W6256 River Rd. / PO Box 88 Trego, WI 54888

Sandra & Leonard Carbone 13110 Pacific Nighthawk Ave Weeki Wachee, FL 34614 Karen Wright PSC 557 Box 1472 FPO, AP 96379

LABOR FORCE

Daniel Bucknam 16511 49th Ave Ct Tacoma, Wa 98446

Jeanette Mackay 1679 Tam O Shanter Tl Sun Prairie WI 53950

Edie Miglietta 2025 Meadow Dr Palmyra, NY 14522

Greg Brothers 496 E 1150 S Kokomo, IN 46901 Tom Prince 105 Jefferson Blvd Staten Island, NY 10312

EMPLOYED

Mary Lynne Doherty 615 Howard Ave East Dundee, IL 60118

Dennis Kief 1412 Velde Dr Pekin, IL 61554-663

UNEMPLOYED

RATE

20,060

18,650

1,420

7.1%

3,110,700

2,862,300

248,400

8.0%

154,739,000

143,724,000

11,014,000

7.1%

Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development Employment Security Division, Research and Statistics 1:30PM CT on 5/23/2013 Numbers and rates are not seasonally adjusted.


Hats off to Franklin County Manufacturers Thanks for calling Franklin County Home THANKS TO ALL THE EVENT SUPPORTERS FOR MAKING THIS A GREAT EVENT!


Pam Peck: 931-580-8321 John Peck: 931-607-5331

January

February

Watson Watson--North Funeral Home, Cremation Center & Memorial Park

405 Sharp Springs Road Winchester, TN 37398 Tommy North, Owner (931) 967-2345 www.watsonnorth.com

May

April

Franklin County Paint

March

Master Financial Group 3 0 1 2 nd Av e nue , NW; Wi nc he s t e r , TN 3 7 3 9 8

(931) 967-2979

Fax: (931) 967-3086

Davis G. Mason Financial Planner

R. Matt Mason Fi nanci al Pl anner

Fee based advisory services offered through SSN Advisory, Inc., a registered investment advisor. Securities offered through Securities Service Network, Inc. Member FINRA/SIPC

June

Homes ● Land ●Farms ● Zero Lot Lines ●Commercial Auction ● New Construction ● Lake Front

TONY STONE, Owner 938 Dinah Shore Blvd Winchester, TN 3.7398 931-962-4300 Fax: 931-962-8900 fcpaint@att.net $5 off purchase of $25 or more!

Mid-State Realty, L.L.C.

(931) 967-4321

Each office independently owned and operated.

July

August

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October

November

December

RELIABLE RENTAL 104 E. Petty Lane Winchester, TN 37398

962-0406 1-800-453-RENT Owners: David & Cile Alexander

NEED IT??? RENT IT!!!

GUESS INSURANCE AGENCY

Insurance is about You, not us! 101 South Woodland Street * Manchester, TN 931-968-0148 * 931-728-8845 Call Roger or Linda for all your Insurance needs.

Blackberry Patch Catering 200 Main Street Decherd, TN 37327 931-962-0451

www.blackberrypatchcatering.com

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Chamber Calendar… JUNE 6 7

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RIBBON CUTTING: THE RAIN TEEN CENTER 10:00 am @ 1910 Sharp Springs Rd in Winchester RIBBON CUTTING: THE MONEY TREE CASH HOUSE 10:30 am @ 420 Main Street in Decherd RIBBON CUTTING: CORNER UNIQUES 10:45 am @ 428 Main Street in Decherd Center Stage Dance Recital 4:00 pm @ South Jackson Civic Center in Tullahoma. Call 931-224-8792 for information. RIBBON CUTTING: CENTER STAGE DANCE STUDIO 10:00 am @ 88 Bible Crossing Rd in Winchester RIBBON CUTTING: CITIZENS COMMUNITY BANK— HUNTLAND BRANCH 10:00 am @ 517 Main Street in Huntland FLAG DAY Board Room Reserved Ambassadors Meeting 12:00 noon @ Chamber Manufacturer’s Roundtable RIBBON CUTTING: ULTIMATE HEALTH CHIROPRACTIC 12:00 noon @ 1431 South College Street in Winchester Franklin County Humane Society’s Animal Harbor Bow Wow Walk & 5K Run 7:30 am 5K Run & 9:30 am Walk. Call 931-636-0388 for information. Circle E Guest Ranch 2nd Annual Bluegrass Festival 1-10pm Every Day. Call 931-962-1790 for additional information.

UPCOMING EVENTS Mark Your Calendar: JULY 11– MEMBERSHIP MIXER SEPT 20—22 POLLY CROCKETT & TENNESSEE HISTORY FESTIVAL DEC. 3 ANNUAL BANQUET Call 967-6788 (member events listed free)

Memorial Bricks available in the Pam Ledford Memorial & Community Leader’s Garden. Get yours for only $50.00 at the Chamber. Honor someone that has made a difference in your life, or perhaps someone you have lost by placing a brick in their honor or memory in the community garden. Call 967-6788


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