Chamber Directory

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Nashville Chamber of Commerce members enjoy a variety of events every year that offer networking and social opportunities. The chamber also hosts multiple events recognizing businesses and individuals and also engages in local town sponsored events. Chamber member Kim Colbert and chamber board member Ana Joyner volunteer during the Nashville Blooming Festival, one of many chamber sponsored events in Nashville.


Ben Casey

Charles Taylor

Bobby Catlett

Jo Anne Cooper

Louis Dreyfus ............................................

Cindy Puckett

Lisa Hattaway

Amy Beasley

Crystal Hyman

Merideth Holland ......................................

Elaine Corbett ...........................................

Dylan Bunch

Mary Grace Daughtridge

Cliff Joyner
















Baker’s Professional Lawn Care ~ Boice-Willis Clinic

Braswell Family Farms

Cornerstone Funeral Home & Cremations

Edward Jones - Cliff Joyner

Harper’s Nursery / Wendy’s Hole in the Wall Boutique

Hedgepeth-Hutson Insurance ~ Market Leader Realty

MGD Realty, LLC ~ Nash Produce

Nashville Farmers Market ~ The Nashville Graphic

Pink Flamingo Realty ~ Southern Bank

Sandy Frazier State Farm Insurance

Taylor Made Jewelry, Inc. ~ Town of Nashville

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VISIT OUR NASHVILLE BRANCH 209 S. Barnes Street Nashville, NC tel: 252.459.2117 Member
Nashville Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 1003 Nashville, NC 27856 252.459.4050
Board of Directors .................................................................. Page 3 President’s Message Page 3 Vice President’s Message ..................................................... Page 5 Our Mission............................................................................... Page 6 Town of Nashville Page 7 A Great Place to do Business .......................................... Page 8-9 Community Awards ...................................................... Page 16-17 Community Events ....................................................... Page 18-19 Member Listings Page 20

Board of Directors


Greetings. Welcome to this wonderful publication which highlights The Nashville Chamber of Commerce, its members, and activities. Our membership numbers almost one hundred and consists of small businesses, large companies, civic and charitable organizations, government agencies and individuals. All these varied and distinct entities have different individual agendas but come together in the chamber to promote local business and make Nashville a better place to live and grow. We are a volunteer organization and so whatever events and projects that are undertaken by the chamber depend on people stepping up to do good things.

Your Nashville Chamber of Commerce has been busy this past year and still has several upcoming big events. Of course, most well known of all our projects is the Blooming Festival held each Mother’s Day weekend. This year we will be celebrating our 25th anniversary of sponsoring the festival. The chamber takes the lead in this fun filled weekend, but nothing could happen without the huge amount of support from many different areas: Sponsors, Nashville’s Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department, Police and Fire Department, Public Works, Nash County Sherriff’s office, attendees and most importantly volunteers.

In addition to the Blooming Festival, the Chamber annually recognizes a person, couple, or group as Distinguished Citizen and a youth 12-18 Junior Achievement Award recipient. This year Ray and Brenda Goodwin received the Distinguished Citizen Award and the Junior Achievement Award was presented to Wells Hutson. The Goodwins have done so much to assist with the carnival at the Blooming Festival and were Santa and Mrs. Claus’ helpers for about 30 years with the Children’s Christmas Parade. Hutson has impacted the lives of many youths, even at his young age. In June, three graduating seniors will each be presented a $500 scholarship.

Fall was full of chamber activity as we hosted a membership Fall Outing at the Nashville Farmers Market, sponsored a local candidate Meet and Greet, cooked two pots of delicious Brunswick Stew where the proceeds were used to supplement the candy for the Downtown Trick or Treat event and offset expenses for the Children’s Christmas Parade Event. The holiday season also showcased “Shop Small Saturday” and “It Pays to Shop Local”. Two winners received a $100 gift certificate to a participating Shop Small Business and another local shopper won $500 just in time for the holidays.

However, the greatest impact we all make as individuals and as a community of businesses is in the everyday actions we take. Shopping and buying locally, rather than driving to other towns and cities supports our local businesses and returns sales tax revenue to the Town of Nashville. Shopping local helps to add jobs and increase payrolls locally. And besides, we all know local is better.

Thank you for shopping local and supporting local businesses. If your business is not a member of the Nashville Chamber of Commerce, please consider joining us. Not a business owner but just want to be a part of our organization, join as an individual member. You can be as active and involved as you choose. Scott Hale, our Chamber Vice-President is an individual member. Ask him about his involvement. We can always use more members like him.

Jo Anne Cooper Secretary-Treasurer Nashville Graphic Susan Phelps Board Member Nash County
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Randy White Board Member 64 Marketplace Koy Worrell Board Member Nashville Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Laura Bartholomew Board Member Faith Christian Ministries Scott Hale Vice President Individual Member Ana Joyner Board Member Market Leader Realty Cliff Joyner PRESIDENT Edward Jones Adrienne Braswell Board Member Southern Bank Diane Taylor Board Member Taylor Made Jewelry, Inc. Kaitlyn Blackwell Farm Bureau Insurance
JOIN US! Be a part of something great! Join the chamber today!
Derrick Armstead Board Member Nash Community College


Nashville is known for its small town charm, friendly people and is a “Great Place to Live, Work and Play.”

Founded in 1780, the Town of Nashville is located in eastern North Carolina along US64 (Future I-495) only 5 minutes from I-95. It is centrally located along the east coast approximately half-way between New York City and Miami.

The town has a population of 5,682 and is the county seat for Nash County. It maintains many of the charms of southern towns with tree lined streets and older historic homes.

Just over a 30 minute commute to Raleigh, NC, the town is a central location for business and pleasure. Its convenient location near the intersection of US64 (Future I-495) and I-95 allows for easy travel along multilane modern highways to nearly any part of the US.

RDU International Airport is only a one hour drive. Further, it’s only a short two hour drive to points along the sandy North Carolina beaches and approximately four hours to the beautiful Blue Ridge Parkway and the Great Smoky Mountains. Washington, DC, is only four hours up Interstate Highway I-95.


Page 4 PO BOX 987 ~ 499 S. Barnes Street, Nashville, NC 27856 252-459-4511 ~ Industry Park Sites • Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources • Library • Farmers Market Where small town living is alive and well!
Mount School System Universal Leaf • Nash County Nash Community College • Wal-Mart Clayton Home Builders • Braswell Family Farms Autumn Care Piggly Wiggly • Town of Nashville Atlantic Natural Foods Food Lion • ACDI Shopping, Dining, Coffee Shop, Salons, Recreation, Wine Shop, Evening Entertainment & More! Come see us! Downtown Nashville


Hello from the vice president’s desk, which is more commonly known as the bar in my kitchen. As most of you know I have never owned a business or even been in charge of a business. I worked for the government all of my professional life so my knowledge of running a business is slim at best.

But what I lack in business sense I make up for in enthusiasm for seeing Nashville prosper and grow. I have very fond memories of coming to Nashville with my grandparents as a child. I remember going to the dime store with my grandmother and Strick’s clothing with my grandfather, so he could buy blue Dickies work pants. I can still remember the smell of the hardwood oors in the dime store.

for a hamburger or Joyners Rec for a hotdog. My uncle even bought me a screen printed Dukes of Hazzard shirt from somewhere on Washington St.

As I grew older my rst public job was at Land’s Supermarket. I would later go on to work at Bryd’s Grocery store and Joyner’s IGA. My rst apartment was at Westgate Terrace, I built my rst house on Meredith Woods Court and I met my wife on a blind date at Mucho Mexico!

Our children went to school at Nashville Elementary and Nash Central Middle and we are members of Nashville Methodist Church. When I tell people where I’m from I always say I’m from the “original” Nashville!

“Building on the Best from Yesterday for a Better Tomorrow”

The Nashville Chamber of Commerce was initially formed in 1961. However during the mid-to-late 70s, the organization ceased activities due to withering volunteerism.

The chamber was revived in 1991 becoming full operational by 1992.

A new mission statement was penned by the first president and visionary Ben Casey, along with a committee of business leaders.

The statement is quite simple, but powerful.

The first chamber written correspondence in 1992 stated:

My grandmother would tell me that once a week people had to take the WWI soldier at the courthouse off his pedestal so he could use the bathroom! Sometimes we would stop at Hardees


With all that being said I am excited to see what Nashville has to offer in the future, and I’m sure the chamber of commerce will be involved. I enjoy being part of everything the chamber has to offer that’s why I call myself the professional volunteer. There are so many opportunities to give back or help out and that’s why I love calling Nashville home!

“The most significant thing on our boast list is our enthusiastic desire not to rest on any past laurels, but to continue to strive to learn from yesterday to make tomorrow better. Our citizens join with our chamber of commerce in efforts to provide the very best opportunities in education, health services, recreational activities, and all other facets of life that center more on the quality of life, not just the quantity of life.”

“It is not enough to simply say that the people make Nashville special. It is the attitude of our people that is really special. Our people, fully aware we are approaching the twentieth century, are ready for the challenges ahead without losing the flavor, warmth, humor, and sense of caring that comes from our rich heritage, dating back to 1780, the year of the founding of Nashville.”

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Want to make a difference? The Nashville Chamber of Commerce is always seeking volunteers who are interested in the community. The chamber offers several opportunities to volunteer including: • Distinguished Citizen Award Reception • Children’s Christmas Celebration / Bicycle Parade • Nashville Blooming Festival • Fall Social / Christmas Social / Annual Meeting • Business After Hours • Budget / Finance / Fund raising • Marketing • Networking Events • Government Affairs • Economic Development • Ribbon Cuttings • Education Please join us! If interested in volunteering contact us at or call 252.459.4050.
Nashville Chamber of Commerce member Mark Edwards of Fields & Cooper Law Firm volunteers at Nashville Elementary School’s open house to offer information about the chamber and Nashville.


Archibald Hunter


United States

Congressman from North Carolina, born near Nashville

J. J. Arrington

Former NFL running back, born in Nashville

Harold D. Cooley

United States

Congressman from North Carolina, born in Nashville, Cooley is the longestserving Chairman of the House Committee on Agriculture in history.


Roy Cooper Governor of North Carolina, born in Nashville

Algenon L. Marbley

Federal District Court

Judge Southern District of Ohio, raised partly in Nashville

Phil Valentine

Nationally syndicated talk radio host and movie producer, raised in Nashville.

Tim Valentine United States Congressman from North Carolina, lived and practiced law in Nashville. Phil Valentine was his son.

Page 6 Open Fresh Local Produce • Arts and Crafts • Speciality Items Special events (food trucks/music) 723 S. Barnes St • Nashville April 21 - October 13 3-7 pm each Friday THE


Small town charm at its best!

Nashville, NC is one of 12 Nashvilles in the United States and is the oldest. The town continues to be regarded as “A Great Place to Live, Work and Play.”

Nashville’s growth rate has made it the fastest growing full service municipality in Nash County, according to the 2010 US Census. This trend is expected to continue as Nashville continues to serve as the geographical and institutional center of Nash County. However, Nashville has kept its small town charm while continuing to grow.

A Downtown Redevelopment Phase I project was completed for the Washington Street area of the downtown area which is part of a revitalization project for all of downtown that will include improvements such as streetscape work on sidewalks, lighting, underground utilities, and building facades. This is just one of many community development projects designed to ensure focus on both issues of depth along with growth to make sure Nashville remains “A Great Place to Live, Work, and Play.” But the main key has always been the citizens of Nashville.

As the county seat, the town is also host to the county administrative building, courthouse, health department, social services, emergency services, Nash County Sheriff’s Of ce, Senior Center, Nash Arts, and Nash County Public Schools Administrative Of ces (along with Nashville Elementary, Nash Central Middle School, Nash Central High School and Northern Nash High School being located either in town or close by.)


is the new addition to the Nash County Courthouse, which was completed in 2018. Nashville is home to multiple historic structures along with modern facilities and activities for adults and youth. Residential areas include a unique blend of historical homes and new construction. Citizens have access to a variety of businesses and services along with parks, recreation and many community organizations which contribute to the quality of life.

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Member SIPC Joyner, CFP®, AAMS® Financial Advisor 207 W Washington Street Nashville, NC 27856 252-459-4134
part of the community means caring.
Page 8 A GREAT PLACE TO DO BUSINESS OPENING A NEW BUSINESS? CALL US! Nashville Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 1003, Nashville, NC 27856 252.459.4050 The Nashville Chamber of Commerce hosted numerous ribbon cuttings in 2022-2023 with more forthcoming. HA RP RPER’SGarden &StoneCenter 2343 Oak Level Road between Nashville/Rocky Mount) 252-459-2189 Your Favorite Namebrands APPAREL • GIFTS • GARDEN & MORE! Lawn Seed ~ Seasonal Nursery Items Large Selection of Trees & Shrub Complete Line of Mulches Rock & Slate Rock Garden Statuaries & Bird Houses Fish Pond Supplies ~ Pine Straw 729 E. Washington St • Nashville, NC • (252) 459-0095 TUE-FRI 10am-6pm SAT 10am-1pm SCAN Taylor Made Jewelry Inc. Have your jewelry, “Taylor Made” Taylor Made Jewelry Inc. NC TREASURE HUNTERS CAMPGROUND BAKED & BREWED COFFEEHOUSE THE HERITAGE CO. NASHVILLE FARMERS MARKET CRAZY CRAFT CORNER

Nashville offers convenient access to retail and industry. The town’s industrial development includes:

Nashville Business Center - Nashville Business Center is a prime industrial location situated in an established industrial park with Atlantic Natural Foods and ACDi Electronics Manufacturing. The 15-acre site is ready for development and offers ideal transportation access with a location adjacent to US Highway 64 and 5 miles from Interstate 95. West Nashville Commerce Park - Perfect for light industry, the West Nashville Commerce Park is shovel ready with 58 available acres and access to all utilities. The park offers an excellent location with access to Interstate 95 and US Hwy 64 via two interchanges less than 5 minutes away.

Pleasant Grove Industrial Park - is a privately owned and operated park that has sites for sale and/or the ability for construction to suit any industry through lease option. It is located one minute from Exit 458 of Interstate 495/US Highway 64 and provides the more traditional industrial sites with the availability of multiple points of ingress.


• Promotes Nashville as a great place to live, work and play

• Provides public forums for local political candidates but does not endorse candidates

• Sponsors networking events such as Business After Hours, seminars and social events

• Recognizes Nashville’s Distinguished Citizen of the Year

• Recognizes Junior Achievement Award recipient

• Recognizes Business of the Year

• Sponsors Nashville Blooming Festival

• Sponsors Nashville Children’s Christmas Celebration

• Offers local scholarships

Benefits of membership:

-Access to networking events and small business seminars

–Free listing in annual directory

-Your support allows the chamber to market Nashville as a great place to live, work and play which in return benefits your business

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Population July 1, 2022 5,682 Owner occupied housing rate 2017-2021 59.2% Median household income 2021 56,359 Median age 39.4 US Census;; census reporter INCOME Nashville’s median household income in 2021 was $56,359 (US CENSUS) RETAIL SALES Nashville’s retail sales in 2017 was $135,708,000 (US CENSUS) EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS: Information 2.44% Finance and Insurance 5.04% Real Estate, Rental and Leasing 1.30% Professional, Scientific 2.05% Management .27% Administration 2.48% Educational Services 10.35% Health Care, Social Assistance 11.10% Arts, Entertainment, Recreation .84% Accommodation, Food Services 4.74% Other Services 3.83% Public Administration 4.35% Source: CLR Research 2012 Civilian Employment report
Page 10 252-462-5910 Mary Grace Daughtridge Broker ~ REALTOR ~ GRI ~ ABR MGD REALTY GROUP LLC Mary Grace Daughtridge 252-908-2500 A referral is the best compliment you could give me! “Call Mary Grace and experience the difference.” 723 S. Barnes St • Nashville NC 27856 MEMBERS VOLUNTEERING
Nashville Town Manager Randy Lansing and chamber member Gwen Creech volunteer at the Blooming Festival. Ray Goodwin (left) and Cliff Joyner volunteer during the carnival at the Blooming Festival. Charles Taylor and Amy Beasley take a moment to pose for a photo while volunteering at the Blooming Festival. Chamber members Leslie Lilley and Garrett Shearin volunteer at the chamber tent during the Blooming Festival. Nashville Blooming Festival committee members Courtney Bulluck and Crystal Batchelor mark the streets for craft vendors. Dylan Bunch drives the trackless train in the parade.

Chamber board members discuss plans, budgets and strategies for the upcoming year. Nashville Chamber of Commerce President Cliff Joyner volunteers at Nashville Elementary School’s open house to offer information about the chamber and Nashville.

Page 11 CHAMBER BOARD 1601487 State Farm Life Insurance Company (Not licensed in MA, NY or WI) State Farm Life and Accident Assurance Company (Licensed in NY and WI) Bloomington, IL I’m here to help life go right ™ –so you can enjoy it, while I help protect it. Let’s talk about your life insurance options. CALL ME TODAY. We protect it. You live it. Sandy Frazier, Agent 219 W Washington Street Nashville, NC 27856 Bus: 252-459-2025 State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company Bloomington, IL 1101399.1 219 W Washington Street Ask me how these State Farm ® health products can protect you if you become ill, or get injured and are unable to work: Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. ® CALL ME TODAY. • disability insurance • hospital income insurance • supplemental insurance • long-term care insurance Plan for the unexpected when you’re healthy. Plan for the unexpected when you’re healthy. Sandy Frazier, Agent 219 W. Washington Street Nashville, NC 27856 252-459-2025
fill welcome bags for new residents of
board members Laura Bartholomew, Diane Taylor and Kaitlyn Blackwell team up to
Page 12 HOW TO REACH US Nashville Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 1003 • Nashville, NC 27856 252.459.4050 1052 S. First Street, Nashville Our staff is on call 24 hours a day, everyday • 252-459-0001 Family Owned & Operated FALL SOCIAL HEDGEPETH-HUTSON INS SVC INC NASHVILLE | 252-459-2613 Brian Hutson
Members and guests enjoy live music at the chamber’s fall social. John Joyner, John and Cindy Scheipers and Dianne Wallace pose for a photo while at the chamber’s fall social. Luanne Lansing, Dylan Bunch, Randy Lansing, Koy Worrell and Susan Phelps are pictured at the chamber’s fall social. Bull Run Carolina Bluegrass performed at the chamber’s fall social in 2022.

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Nashville attorneys Mark Edwards (left) and Kevin Lewis chat during the annual meeting. Butch Mull puts the finishing touches on the tables of food for the chamber’s annual meeting. Market Leader Realty members and guests enjoy some social time at the annual meeting. Officers and board members are installed for the 2022-2023 year. Renee Silk (left) and Ana Joyner, Market Leader Realty, display the Business of the year Award. Tonja Philbeck (Nash County Farm Bureau) and Shelly Gray (Nash Arts) are all smiles during the annual meeting. Brian and Laura Bartholomew Scott Hale finds the dessert table. Amy Beasley and Adrienne Braswell of Southern Bank Betty Bissette and Nashville Mayor Brenda Brown Micah and Garrett Shearin (Farm Bureau and The Painted Teacher) Willie Richardson (left), human resource manager at Atlantic Metro Foods and Steve Morris, Atlantic Metro Foods Executive VicePresident.
Page 15 Rocky Mount Nashville Spring Hope (252) 937-0200 Dermatology Endocrinology Family Medicine Gastroenterology Internal Medicine Nephrology Neurology Pediatrics Pulmonology BUSNESS OF THE YEAR AWARDS 2014 - Braswell Family Farms 2015 - Southern Bank 2016 - L&L Food Stores 2017 - The Nashville Graphic 2018 - Farm Bureau Insurance 2019 - Jody’s of Nashville 2020 - No event due to COVID-19 2021 - The Valentine Law Firm 2022 - Market Leader Realty
Amy Beasley (Southern Bank), Ana Joyner (Market Leader Realty), and Jill Boone (Jody’s of Nashville) greet guests at the annual meeting. Nashville Town Councilman Larry Taylor Sue Leggett - Nash County Commissioner/ Leggett Farms



Chamber member Cindy Puckett (right) presents the 2023 Distinguished Citizen Award to Ray and Brenda Goodwin. The couple has volunteered with the chamber for close to 30 years as Santa and Mrs. Claus for the chamber’s Christmas Celebration and Children’s Bicycle Parade. They also have managed the carnival operation for the Nashville Blooming Festival for 24 years.


Wells Hutson received the Nashville Chamber of Commerce 2023 Junior Achievement Award. He is the son of Brian and Jennifer Hutson of Nashville. Wells will be attending the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill upon graduation. He plans to be a pediatrician.


Chamber President Cliff Joyner (left) presents an appreciation award to Mary Grace Daughtridge for her service to the chamber as president from 2017 - 2022.

Nash Community College President Dr. Lew Hunnicutt, Ph.D. was the guest speaker of the chamber’s 2023 Distinguished Citizen Award reception

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Nashville’s Chamber of Commerce awarded three college scholarships last year. Pictured above is one of the recipients, Cannon Puckett.


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Mary Grace Daughtridge presents a chamber scholarship check to Samanta Puckett. Mary Grace Daughtridge presents a chamber scholarship check to Spencer Edwards.


The Nashville Chamber of Commerce proudly organizes the annual Nashville Blooming Festival which is held in downtown Nashville on Mother’s Day weekend. The event draws more than 35,000 people to Nashville. The festival offers live entertainment, a carnival, parade, craft vendors, tasty food and more. The Chamber holds a contest each year inviting the public to nominate the Mother of the Year. The winning mom leads the Blooming Festival Parade as the Grand Marshal. The chamber hosts a contest each year for the creation of the festival T-shirt design. The winner is also honored in the parade. For information about the event, visit our website or call 252-459-4050.

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The Nashville Chamber of Commerce organizes Nashville’s Annual Christmas Celebration and Bicycle Parade in downtown Nashville. The event is held on the first Saturday in December. Children age 12 and younger march in their very own parade to light the town’s Christmas Tree and greet Santa. The chamber rewards the most spirited costumes with holiday cash. The chamber partnered with Nashville Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources in 2021 offering a new twist to events. The parade route for children to march was expanded and activities were added for kids including vendors, bouncy houses, arts and crafts and more. The chamber also coordinates Santa to arrive during the event!


Chamber members and downtown merchants provide a downtown-trickor-treat trail for youngsters. Downtown businesses greet kindergarten student in the morning as part of Nashville’s traditional costume parade. Later that evening businesses gather to hand out candy to trick-or-treaters. The event is coordinated with Nashville Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources and Cooley Library offering a variety of activities all afternoon.

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Nashville Chamber of Commerce Members

64 Marketplace

Antiques, Outdoor Buildings

Randy White

1038 Eastern Avenue

Nashville, NC 27856


Accent Buildings

Building Manufacturer

Donna Haney

104A W. Nashville Drive Nashville, NC 27856


All-Star Sports Products

Screen Printing

Embroidered Apparel Promotional Products

Roger White

412 Golfers Lane

Nashville, NC 27856


Autumn Care of Nash Saber Healthcare

Nursing and Rehabilitation Facility

Chris Lanier

1210 Eastern Ave.

Nashville, NC 27856


Jamey Baines

Individual Membership

Baker’s Professional Lawn Landscaping and Irrigation Service

Dan Baker 4601 Baker Road

Nashville, NC 27856


Boice-Willis Family Medicine Clinic Medical Office

102 S. Eastpointe Ave. Nashville, NC 27856


Wilmer “Sonny” Brantley

Individual Membership

Braswell Family Farms

Egg and Feed Producer

Trey Braswell

105 E. Cross Street / PO Box 669

Nashville, NC 27856


District Court Judge Pell Cooper

Nash/Edgecombe/Wilson Counties

7th Judicial District

234 W. Washington Street Nashville, NC 27856



Internet Provider

Hannah Williams

1838 Sir Tyler Dr. Suite 200 Wilmington, NC 28405

Cooley Manor Individual Membership

Betsy Owens

101 S. 1st Street Nashville, NC 27856


Cornerstone Funeral Home & Cremation Services

Funeral Home

Daniel Moss

1052 S. First St. Nashville, NC 27856


Division Arms, LLC

Firearms Training - Sales

Scott McClure

110-A S. Barnes Street Nashville, NC 27856


Domino’s Pizza Restaurant

Bart H. Crum

242 N. Eastpointe Ave. Nashville, NC 27856


Down East Partnership for Children

Non-profit Carol Crocker PO BOX 1245; 215 Lexington St Rocky Mount, NC 27802


Drugco Discount Pharmacy of Nashville

Pharmacy/Home Medical Equipment

Phillip Carlisle

163 Nashville Commons Drive Nashville, NC 27856


Duke Energy Electric Company

Tanya Evans

602 Raleigh Rd. Henderson, NC 23613


Eastern Expedition Outdoor Television Show

Gold mining

Tim Fisher

407 Western Ave. Nashville, NC 27856


The Elks Lodge #1038 of Birchwood ELKS

Butch Mull

901 E. Birchwood Drive

Nashville, NC 27856 252-220-6302

Edward Jones

Financial Investing

Chet Osterhoudt

622 E. Washington Street

Nashville, NC 27856


Edward Jones

Financial Advisor

Cliff Joyner CFP®, AAMS®

207 W. Washington Street

Nashville, NC 27856


Tim Evans Individual Membership

700 South Creek Dr Nashville, NC 27856 252-459-2315

Express Floors Flooring Installation

Adam Williams

111 W. Nashville Drive Nashville, NC 27856 252-883-7100

Faith Christian Ministries of Nash County Thrift Store

Laura Bartholomew

245 & 239 W. Washington Street PO Box 83, Nashville, NC 27856

252-459-7977 fcmnash83

Farm Pak Products, Inc.

Sweet Potato Production

Johnny Barnes

7840 Old Bailey Hwy. Spring Hope, NC 27882


Fields & Cooper Attorneys at Law Law Office

Mark Edwards PO Box 757

213 W. Washington Street Nashville, NC 27856


First Carolina Bank Bank (Financial Institution)

Rhonda Jordan

171 N. Winstead Ave. Rocky Mount, NC 27804


Frank’s Home Place, Inc.

Frank W. Brown 901 East Washington St. Nashville, NC 27856 252-459-7132

George’s Sauce, LLC

Barbecue Sauce

Ashley Hassell

1173 Womble Road

Nashville, NC 27856


Glasgow Sign Service Signs

Miles and Tim Glasgow

506 S. Alston Street Nashville, NC 27856


Scott and JoAnna Hale

Individual Membership

Harper’s Nursery & Garden Center

Nursery and Garden Center

Mike Harper 2343 Oak Level Road

Rocky Mount, NC 27804


Farm Bureau Insurance of Nashville Insurance

Tonja Philbeck

255 N. Eastpointe Ave. Nashville, NC 27856


Healthy Home Cleaning Services, Inc.

Cleaning Service

Angelina Garner

5013 Kristie Ln.

Nashville, NC 27856


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Nashville Chamber of Commerce Members

Hedgepeth-Hutson Insurance

Insurance / Financial Services

Brian Hutson

PO Box 40, 221 S. Barnes Street

Nashville, NC 27856


Hubert Vester

Individual Membership

Inflatables NC


Wes Fields

776 Breedlove Rd

Nashville, NC 27856


J.A. Leonard & Co., Inc.


Stewart Griffin

114 S. Barnes Street PO Box 9

Nashville, NC 27856


Jody’s of Nashville

New Apparel, Consignments, Gifts, Monogramming

Jill D. Boone

227 W. Washington Street

Nashville, NC 27856


Johnson Funeral Home & Cremation Service

Funeral and Cremation Services

Charles Jones

PO Box 8830 - 661 English Road

Rocky Mount, NC 27804


Key Printing, Inc.

Commercial Printing

Angie Page

1036 East Washington Street

Nashville, NC 27856


LBJ Chevrolet of Nashville

Automobile Dealership

Johnny Matthews

815 E. Washington St.

Nashville, NC 27856

PO BOX 368

Rainbow Langley & Company, Inc.

Donnie and Layla Langley

Rainbow Vacuums

310 E. Elm Street Nashville, NC 27856


Randy and Luanne Lansing

Individual Membership

Madelyn’s Flower Shop


Kaylan Collie

221 W. Washington Street

Nashville, NC 27856


Market Leader Realty


Ana Joyner, Renee Silk

2090 Eastern Avenue

Nashville, NC 27856


MGD Realty Group, LLC

Real Estate Sales

Mary Grace Daughtridge

723 S. Barnes St.

Nashville, NC 27856


My Sisters House Domestic Violence Support

210 W. Church St. Nashville, NC 27856


NC Treasure Hunters Campground Campground / Mining Co.

Ross Fisher

15561-A Taylor’s Store Road

Hollister, NC 27844


Nash Community College Education

Adrienne Covington

522 N. Old Carriage Road

PO Box 7488

Rocky Mount, NC 27804


Nash County County Government

Stacie Shatzer- County Manager

Janice Evans - County Clerk

120 W. Washington St., Suite 3072


Nash County Arts Council

Nash Arts Center

Cultural, Visual and Performing Arts

Shelly Faulkner Gray

100 E. Washington Street

PO Box 701, Nashville, NC 27856


Nashville Business and Professional Womens Club Organization

Shirley House

702 S. Creek Drive

Nashville, NC 27856

Nashville Diner Restaurant

Tammy and Bob Davis

309 Curtis Street

Nashville, NC 27856


Nashville Exchange Restaurant

Lisa Hattaway

229 W. Washington Street

Nashville, NC 27856


The Nashville Graphic Newspaper

Jo Anne Cooper

203 W. Washington Street

Nashville, NC 27856


Nikki’s Total Life Care Center Health Care

Ruth Bellamy

4746 Ashley Drive

Battleboro, NC 27809


One of Deez Days Restaurant

Edward G. Smith

235 W. Washington St.

Nashville, NC 27856


The Painted Teacher Apparel

Garrett Shearin

205 W. Washington Street


Nashville, NC 27856

Pat Daniels

Individual Member

Perdue Farms, Inc. Poultry

John McDanel

1835 US Hwy 64 A Nashville, NC 27856


Piggly Wiggly of Nashville Grocery Store

DJ Daughtrey 731 E. Washington Street Nashville, NC 27856


Pink Flamingo Realty, LLC Realtor

Bill Lumpp 625 E. Washington St. Nashville, NC 27856


Providence Bank Bank

Dylan Bunch

241 W. Washington Street Nashville, NC 27856


Cindy Puckett

Individual Membership Nashville, NC 27856

Rehab Revolution, Inc. Physical Therapy

Jeff Beal 628 Gadwall Ct. Nashville, NC 27856


Ribeye’s Steakhouse Restaurant

Jeff Ellis PO Box 893 108 W. Nashville Drive Nashville, NC 27856


Nash County Animal Hospital Veterinarian

Uneda Worsley

926 Eastern Avenue

Nashville, NC 27856


Pate, Horton & Ess, P.A. Accountant

David Ess

PO Box 787

514 E. Park Ave.

Nashville, NC 27856


Robertson Realty Realtor

Elaine S. Robertson

806 E. Washington Street P.O. Box 158

Nashville, NC 27856


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Nashville Chamber of Commerce Members

Ronnie Lloyd, DDS


Ronnie Lloyd PO Box 128

105 W. Church Street

Nashville, NC 27856


Sandy Frazier State Farm Insurance

Insurance Agency

Sandy Frazier 219 W. Washington Street

P.O. Box 626

Nashville, NC 27856


Shining Star Childcare, LLC

Child Care

Hiram Montalvo

2070 S 1st St, Nashville, NC 27856


Bobbie Smith

Individual Member

Southern Bank & Trust Co. Bank (Financial Institution)

Amy Beasley

209 S. Barnes Street

P.O. Box 758

Nashville, NC 27856


Southern Police Canine, Inc.

Police Canine Trainer

Mark Mlls

1168 Old County Home Rd.

Nashville, NC 27856

PO BOX 902 Spring Hope, NC 27882

State Employees Credit Union Banking

Susan Stephens

1201 Eastern Ave. Nashville, NC 27856


Stocks Engineering, P.A.

Civil Engineering Consulting

Lisa Williams

801 E. Washington Street

PO Box 1108, Nashville, NC 27856


Strickland Equipment Co., Inc.

Outdoor Equipment

Matt Strickland

309 S. Barnes Street

Nashville, NC 27856


Subway of Nashville, Inc. Restaurant

Ahmad Alahmad

104-B W. Nashville Drive

Nashville, NC 27856


Sunset Slush Classic Italian Ice

Italian Ice

Amy Bryant 922 Eastern Ave. Nashville, NC 27856


Taylor Made Jewelry, Inc.

Jewelry Sales, Repair,Custom and Engraving

Diane, Ryan or Rachel Taylor

729 E. Washington Street


Top Notch Lawn Care Lawn Care

John B. Thompson

1789 Rose Blvd. Nashville, NC 27856

Town of Nashville Town Government

Randy Lansing

499 S. Barnes Street PO Box 987

Nashville, NC 27856


Triangle Insurance Associates

DBA Insurance Center Insurance

Cindy Scheipers

333 W. Washington Street PO Box 608

Nashville, NC 27856


Turn-Key Contractors, Inc. Building Contractor

Jason B. Davis

PO Box 7515

5530 Dortches Blvd

Rocky Mount, NC 27804


United Way Tar River Region Nonprofit / Health - Human Services

Ginny W. Mohrbutter

2501 Sunset Avenue

Rocky Mount, NC 27804


The Valentine Law Firm Law Office

Kevin N. Lewis

P.O. Box 847

203 S. Barnes Street

Nashville, NC 27856


The Vino Market Wine

Joanne Pope Clark

243 W. Washington St.

Nashville, NC 27856


Wallace Appraisal Appraisal Services

Dianne Wallace 2090 Eastern Ave. Nashville, NC 27856


Walker Auto & Truck - NAPA Auto Parts - Retail

Tim Frazier 511 S. Barnes Street

Nashville, NC 27856


Please join us!

Wealth Management Strategies, Inc.

Financial Planning

Anthony J. Engrassia

204 N. Winstead Ave. Rocky Mount, NC 27804


Nash Triangle Develop.

DBA Westgate Terrace Apartments Apartment Complex

Ren Odell

741 Western Avenue Nashville, NC 27856


Wheeler & Woodlief Funeral Home and Cremation Services Funeral and Crematory Royal David PO BOX 8830, 1130 North Winstead Ave. Rocky Mount, NC 27804 252.451.8800

Wright CPA, PLLC Accounting and Tax Services

Jen Deal Wright 302 W. Washington St. Nashville, NC 27856 252-459-2751

ZAXBY’S Restaurant

Nicole Kiszenia 101 Evans Dr. Nashville NC 27856 219-314-5755

The Nashville Chamber of Commerce is a network of individuals, businesses, non-pro ts and government agencies working together to promote and enhance the business environment of Nashville. We welcome new businesses to the area and strive to create opportunities for existing businesses to continue to thrive in our community.

The chamber organizes and sponsors various events creating an atmosphere supporting the Town of Nashville’s mission of being a “Great Place to Live, Work and Play.”

Your membership enables The Nashville Chamber of Commerce to continue its operation addressing the needs of retailers, industry, and citizens. Please join us! Your membership is as easy as contacting The Nashville Chamber of Commerce at or call us at 252.459.4050!

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Ann Williams of Nashville (left) wins the $500 cash prize by participating in the chamber’s It PAYS to shop LOCAL contest. Presenting the prize is chamber member Jill Boone (right). Susan Hardee wins a $100 shopping spree at Shop Small Saturday. Cliff Joyner presents $500 to Rebecca Moore from the chamber’s Christmas Cash Raffle. Chris Felder, Nashville Graphic staff member (left) draws a name from the box of It PAYS to SHOP local contestants while Nashville Chamber of Commerce President Cliff Joyner holds the box. The event takes place each year between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Shoppers are encouraged to submit copies of receipts when shopping with a chamber member. One lucky winner is drawn to win $500. The contest is a partnership between the chamber and newspaper.
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Chamber board member Ana Joyner (right) presents prize money to Tyronne Williams during the chamber’s fall social.
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