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WELCOME DEMOGRAPHICS MY JOB BROUGHT US HERE SITES TO SEE SURF & TURF JUST FOR THE KIDDOS FUN FOR FOODIES YOU'RE HERE. NOW WHAT?

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Gallatin City Guide and Business Directory is published by the Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce and distributed through the Chamber and its member businesses. For questions or additional information, contact Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce, 118 West Main Street, Gallatin, TN 37066, (615) 452-4000, info@gallatintn.org or gallatintn.org. STAFF:

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Kim Baker Chief Executive Officer

Debby Haddock Director of Sales

Zena Parks Chief of Operations

Jazmin Mercer Member Relations Manager

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Copyright 2017. Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce, 118 West Main Street, Gallatin, TN 37066. (615) 452-4000. All rights reserved. No portion of this magazine may be reproduced in whole or in part without written consent. Credits: Project Management: Praesentia, Inc.; Writing: Gayla Zoz; Photography: Richard Suter; Submissions by Kathryn Kisner, Rachel Lassiter, and Barry Young; Art & Design: Gwen Canfield-Creative Instinct; Print Production: Community Planners. Special thanks to Gallatin Economic Development Agency, Sumner County Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the City of Gallatin.

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WELCOME

Welcome to G allatin! W

hy Gallatin? It’s a question I heard often after moving here 19 years ago. At that time, my only reason was a career change that required me to be close to Nashville. Today my answer is “why not?” Gallatin is a beautiful community where people are warm and friendly, businesses take care of customers, and families can enjoy parks, greenways, and the lake. Gallatin is a city rich in history with a downtown square that has survived the test of time and is now home to local dining and boutiques. Add to that the many community events, reasonable cost of living, and quality public education, and you have a winning combination. Our mission at the Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce is to help you SEE all that Gallatin has to offer through Support, Education, and Engagement with our city and local businesses. Take time to explore our growing community. I know your visit here will greatly exceed any expectation you may have. It may have started out as a career move, but Gallatin is now home. I hope you love it here as much as I do. Respectfully, Kathryn Kisner 2017 Chairman Board of Directors Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce

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Kathryn Kisner - 2017 Chairm an, Board of Directors, Gallatin Area Cham ber of Commerce

Our mission at the Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce is to help you SEE all that Gallatin has to offer through Support, Education, and Engagement with our city and local businesses.


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Population, 2015 estimate (Source: Suburban Stats)....34,478 Population, 2014 estimate (Source: Suburban Stats)....30,278 Persons under 5 years, percent, 2010............................7.5% Persons under 18 years, percent, 2010.........................24.2% Persons 65 years and over, percent, 2010...................13.6% Female persons, percent, 2010....................................52.0% White..........................................................................77.7%

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Black...........................................................................14.7% American Indian and Alaska Native..............................0.3% Asian.............................................................................0.8% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander..................0.1% Persons reporting two or more races.............................2.1% Persons of Hispanic or Latino origin..............................8.0% White alone, not Hispanic or Latino, 2010.................74.5%

2008-2012 Living in same house 1 year + ..............................................................................................................................................75.8% Foreign born persons .............................................................................................................................................................4.7% Language other than English spoken at home, pct age 5+ ......................................................................................................8.9% High School graduates, age 25+...........................................................................................................................................84.1% Bachelor’s degree or higher, age 25+ ...................................................................................................................................19.4% Mean travel time to work (minutes), workers age 16+ ...............................................................................................................25.8

DID YOU KNOW? Gallatin is precisely on the path of the total solar eclipse of August 21, 2017. Totality of the eclipse, lasting two minutes, 38.7 seconds, will occur just before 1:30 PM local DST time that afternoon.

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KYLE CORNETT, SERVPRO

Some small-town kids can’t wait to grow up and move away. Others, like Gallatin natives Brad Singleton, 28, and Jessica Carter, 25, leave for college and can’t wait to come back. Several years ago, Kyle Cornett and his wife, Kristi, were at a crossroads in Columbia, SC. Kyle was looking for the next move in his tech-based career, and both he and Kristi wanted a milder climate for their five children. “Everyone I talked to that had come from Tennessee always said they wished they could move back,” Kristi remembers. As Kyle began talking to recruiters, Nashville cropped up as a viable next step due to the multitude of tech jobs available. “There are so many career opportunities in this area,” Kyle says, who’s been in the tech industry a little over fifteen years. Now a Senior Dot Com Developer with ServPro since December 2014, Kyle worked re-motely in SC while his kids finished up the school year in Columbia. That gave them plenty of time to prepare for their entry into Tennessee—and to decide between putting down roots in Hendersonville or Gallatin. Between internet invest-igations and Kyle’s infrequent trips to Gallatin to meet with colleagues before their move, the 8

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Four residents reflect on the factors that convinced them to put down (or maintain) roots in Gallatin.

decision became clear: Hendersonville, though lovely, was too crowded for their tastes. Gallatin fit the bill, and they made it their home in June 2015. Kristi connected with a play group in Sumner County’s Stay-AtHome-Mom Group and made the library their second home. “Not only do we have five kids under the age of eight, we also homeschool,” Kristi adds. Hanging out and studying at the library so often was a fast route to getting integrated into their new city. “We all love it here,” Kyle says. He and Kristi agree that not only are the people gracious and friendly, the wildlife is great,


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they’re close to Nashville without feeling like a suburb, and the climate is the perfect mixture of north and south. Plus, the city is far more unified than anywhere else they’ve lived. Both Kristi and Kyle are originally from Florida and lived near Tampa prior to relocating to Columbia. Both areas were nice, but they never felt like they were part of a town.

staying put in Gallatin. Since beginning his career with LifePoint more than eight years ago, Williams has bounced between assignments in Brentwood and Gallatin as he climbed the ranks of the organization. However, as a born and raised Gallatin native, Williams never once considered uprooting his family and leaving the area he has loved his entire life.

For newcomers looking to integrate, Kyle and Kristi recommend finding an activity—like a church or karate classes—and just jumping in. Their family counts Bledsoe Creek Park as one of their favorite areas in the city. “Don’t be afraid to step out and meet people,” Kyle advises. Kristi agrees, adding, “We integrated very quickly that way.”

“It’s because of the deep roots we have here,” says Williams. Both he and his wife grew up in Gallatin, and now their two (soon to be three) children are able to enjoy the same small-town perks in an up-and-coming city.

RYAN WILLIAMS SUMNER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER For some families, promotions mean selling homes and changing schools. For LifePoint Chief Operating Officer Ryan Williams, promotion meant

For Williams, living close to friends and family isn’t just nice; it’s a necessity. Throughout the past year, his youngest daughter has spent more than 100 days in intensive care, requiring frequent surgeries and home health visits. Without the support and help of his family, he and his wife would have had an even more difficult time managing their daughter’s care. The experience made it clear to Williams that it was important to live close to his extended family.

Gallatin’s civic calendar is filled with family-friendly events.

His love for Gallatin has been tested and proven in other ways. Earlier in his career, Williams and his family lived near Cincinnati, Ohio, and Springfield, Tennessee, cities at opposite ends of the spectrum. Those very different experiences reinforced his decision that Gallatin is the right place for his family. “You get the small-town, tightknit community culture, but still have the amenities that other upscale cities offer,” he says, noting that he remembers a time when Gallatin wasn’t quite as upscale. “When I was in high school, the fun thing to do was socialize with friends in a parking lot or play billiards at the local pool hall,” he adds. “There were only one or two sit-down restaurants back then.” What advice does Williams have for people new to the city? “Do your homework, but just get involved,” he says, adding that attending church, volunteering in the community, joining the Rotary Club, and getting involved in the Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce are good places to start. “Gallatin is a great middle-ground between Small Town, USA and the big city.” WWW.GALLATINTN.ORG

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DR. TERRI HOLT SUMNER WOMEN’S ASSOCIATES For Louisiana native Dr. Terri Holt, all it took to come to Tennessee was a wild idea. After finishing her OB/GYN residency at the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in Shreveport, she and her husband, Kyle, thought they’d try something new. While combing through hundreds of job listings, the Nashville area stood out. And, when she found an opening with Sumner Regional Medical Center, Gallatin seemed like the perfect spot. Dr. Holt moved to Gallatin first since Kyle had to stay behind in Louisiana for six months to finish up his active duty commitment in the Air Force Reserves. Alone in a new city, Dr. Holt was forced to find her tribe, and fast. “It was hard to move across the country alone,” she remembers. But, between her colleagues at the hospital, word of mouth, and plenty of exploration on the weekends, she began to carve her own niche. The longer she stayed in Gallatin, the better it got. After her first year and a half at the hospital, Dr. Holt was able to open her own practice, even recruiting some of her long-time friends and residency colleagues from Louisiana—Dr. Brandon Montgomery and Dr. Emily Bienvenu—to come work with her. “I’ve known these people for over eight years,” she says. “It has worked out so well.”

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Her colleagues from Louisiana aren’t the only ones who’ve migrated this way; her in-laws are planning to move to Gallatin soon to be closer to Dr. Holt, Kyle, and their 15-month-old son, Rhett. Five years into her surprise arrival to Gallatin, Dr. Holt has no plans to move. “We never intended to stay here forever, but now we’re an established part of the community.” There’s plenty to love about the area, too. “Gallatin is just small enough,” adds Dr. Holt. “It’s bigger than where I grew up in Louisiana, but when we need that escape, we can just hop over to Nashville.” She counts Gallatin’s historic square as one of her favorite parts of the city, with all of the cute Mom and Pop shops to pick from. But, the best part of all? “Everybody smiles and says hello.”

DR. JOHN RIPPY RIPPY FAMILY DENTISTRY Rippy Family Dentistry has been a fixture in Gallatin since 1982 when Dr. Bill Rippy first opened the doors. In 2010 the youngest son, Dr. John Rippy, followed in his father’s footsteps and graduated from The University of Tennessee dental school in Memphis. He and his wife, Teresa, then headed north to Chambersburg, PA, to be close to Teresa’s family. John worked in a federally qualified health center, where he provided dental care to underserved patients for three years before he got the call from his father.


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“Dad was ready to retire,” John says, “so we moved back to Gallatin in 2013 to take over the practice. It’s been fantastic ever since.” Convincing his wife to leave her hometown took a bit of work, but after three years here, she’s a loyal fan. “She loves it and doesn’t want to move back,” he adds. Teresa appreciates that it feels like a small town, like where she grew up. People recognize each other at the ball field, and colleagues live just around the corner.

Old Hickory Lake is a major draw for newcomers to Gallatin.

John continues to serve the patients of Gallatin, many of whom remember him from when he was a kid. When he was 15, he used to walk from Gallatin High School over to his father’s office and make reminder calls for the next day’s patients. Now, he’s the one overseeing the dentist’s chair. “But, nobody calls me Dr. Rippy,” he says. “That was my father. I’m Dr. John to the patients.” After his stint in Pennsylvania, it was a joy to return to a place where he had automatic, lifelong relationships. “That’s been the best part about coming back.” §

GALLATIN FACTOID

The Cherokee, Chickasaw, Creek, Shawnee and Iroquois tribes used the Gallatin area as a neutral hunting ground. The Shawnee were allowed to hunt "only until the dogwoods begin to bloom." WWW.GALLATINTN.ORG

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Sites TO SEE BLEDSOE CREEK

New services, activities and facilities enhance the experience at this outdoor treasure

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ledsoe Creek State Park is a beautiful haven of natural space in Sumner County, and the park is always looking for ways to enrich the visitor experience. Living history education programs often utilize the park’s land for public programming, and now, with the aid of the Middle Tennessee History Coalition (MTHC), a new permanent heritage interpretative center in the form of an eighteenth-century trade cabin has opened at the park. The interpretative center/trade cabin was designed to serve as a multidimensional historic tool for discussing the fur trade operation that began in this area in the early 1700s. Visitors learn about the 18th The fur trade grew exponentially and century fur trade operation. greatly impacted the American Woodland Native Americans, the European trade market, and the environment of what is now known as Middle Tennessee. Around 1710, French fur trader Jean du Charleville had established a trading post close to (ADA), which is a great upgrade that affords more guests the a sulphur spring near what is now Bicentennial Capitol Mall State opportunity to camp in a Tennessee State Park. Two of the Park in downtown Nashville. bathhouses also meet ADA compliance and are complete with showers and lavatories. The Bledsoe Creek State Park trade cabin is twelve feet by eighteen feet in size and took more than a year to complete. Volunteers The park also opened its new visitor center in 2015, which was dedicated over 800 hours of work to the project and incorporated designed to look similar to a frontier log cabin. Brochures are the park’s natural materials to fashion 60 logs and 800 shingles available in the visitor center and a gift shop within the visitor for the cabin, and over 2,000 local stones were included in the center sells a mix of items, many of which are decorated with the development. The trade cabin was celebrated at a grand opening park’s name and/or the Tennessee State Parks logo. In addition to ceremony on Saturday, August 6, 2016. history programs, Bledsoe Creek State Park offers interpretative programming throughout the year for all ages as requested in Each October the park hosts the annual Tennessee History Trail, advance. Be sure to plan a trip to the park to explore its great a living history experience that serviced over 800 students and offerings and to reconnect with the abundant natural beauty of 500 public visitors at the 2015 event. The trade cabin’s inaugural Sumner County. Check out their website for more information at use at the Tennessee History Trail was October 7 and 8, 2016. http://tnstateparks.com/parks/about/bledsoe-creek. § The cabin set the scene for discussions about the fur trade in Middle Tennessee and interpreters re-enacted the experience from the perspectives of a Native American, a French fur trader, and a longhunter. Displays were on hand to demonstrate the material culture exchange involved in the fur trade. GALLATIN FACTOID Bledsoe Creek State Park provides a respite away from city life by offering 57 campsites that include picnic tables, grills, paved pads, and 20-30-50 amp electrical connections. Water connections are available at each campsite, and a dump station is open yearround. Amid its 169 acres, the park has 3.5 miles of hiking trails that range from easy to moderate difficulty; the trails deliver wonderful views of wildlife and flora for guests to enjoy. Three campsites are compliant with the American with Disabilities Act

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Gallatin is precisely on the path of the total solar eclipse of August 21, 2017. Totality of the eclipse, lasting two minutes, 38.7 seconds, will occur just before 1:30 PM local DST time that afternoon.


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RARE SOLAR ECLIPSE

Prime viewing location on the eclipse’s narrow path across the U.S. is expected to draw thousands to Gallatin.

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he last total eclipse to come through Sumner County was the year 1478, and the next scheduled total eclipse to pass through this area will occur in about 549 years. This makes the August 21, 2017 total eclipse truly a once in a lifetime event. The total eclipse set for August 21, 2017 will enter the U.S. in Oregon and exit North America in South Carolina. The path of the eclipse, however, is quite narrow. Many who desire to see this rare event will have to travel to the eclipse’s 70-mile wide path, which runs through northern Middle Tennessee and right through Sumner County. “We are expecting visitors from all over the world to converge in Middle Tennessee, and particularly in Sumner County," said Barry Young, Executive Director of the Sumner County Convention & Visitors Bureau. Gallatin and Castalian Springs are on the center line of the eclipse’s path, which will afford viewers the longest possible glimpse of the total eclipse. The actual viewing of the total eclipse, otherwise known as totality, will occur for a longer period of time the closer you are to the center of the path. Viewing of totality will be as little as 30 seconds on the outer edges of the path and as much as 2 minutes 40 seconds at the center of the path. The center line actually goes through Triple Creek Park in Gallatin and Bledsoe Creek State Park outside of Gallatin near Castalian Springs. Young urges viewers to educate themselves regarding eye safety during the eclipse event. “Viewers will need to wear special certified protective glasses that are safe for direct solar viewing during the partial eclipse when the moon is moving in front of the sun and then after totality when the moon is moving away from the sun,” Young said. Glasses that are certified will be marked “CE” and will protect eyes from solar radiation any time one looks at the sun or the sun’s reflection. “The only time it is safe to view the sun directly is during the total eclipse, which will last almost 2 minutes 40 seconds if you are on the center line of the eclipse’s path,” said Young. On the center line in Gallatin, the partial eclipse will begin at approximately 11:59 a.m., with the total eclipse starting at around 1:27 p.m. local time. Totality will occur when the moon moves directly in front of the sun, and the skies will darken. “You will be able to see the sun’s corona and some stars during the total eclipse, provided we have clear weather,” Young said. The entire eclipse event, including the partial eclipse as the moon moves away from the sun after totality, will be over just before 3:00 p.m. local time.

Visitors from around the globe will be visiting Gallatin to view the solar eclipse. The Sumner County Convention & Visitors Bureau, the Gallatin Chamber of Commerce, Gallatin Leisure Services and the City of Gallatin are joining together to hold the Gallatin, TN Eclipse Encounter at Triple Creek Park from 9:00am to 3:00pm Monday, August 21, 2017. The free event will include music, food, vendors, and, of course, a great place to see the eclipse unfold. As details become available, eclipse fans can find information at www. solareclipsetn.com and on the Gallatin, TN Eclipse Encounter Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ gallatineclipse. Special activities and a special eclipse viewing are also planned for Bledsoe Creek State Park outside of Gallatin near Castalian Springs on August 21, 2017. Information on this event can be found at http://tnstateparks. com/activities/ solar-eclipse-at-thepark-2017. §

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Surf AND TURF

Gallatin’s natural assets are something to boast about, and the city offers a wide range of recreation options on land, water, and even the air. If you are visiting the area for the first time, here’s what the locals might suggest you do for fun.

GET ON OLD HICKORY LAKE

With no horsepower limits and stunning landscapes, scenic Old Hickory Lake is a year-round playground. Part of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ massive lock and dam system, Old Hickory Lake reservoir contains 22,500 acres of water and extends 97.3 twisting and turning miles upstream. You’ll see everything from commercial barges hauling coal and sand to roaring go-fast boats towing water-skiers and wakeboarders. Though the sheer size of the lake can seem intimidating to pilots of smaller craft, there are plenty of nooks and crannies for investigation by canoe, kayak, or stand-up paddleboard. Begin your adventure by launching your vessel at one of the many boat ramps in the Gallatin area, including those at Bull Creek, Peach Valley, Lock 4, Cages Bend Campground, Cairo, Gallatin Marina, and Bledsoe Creek State Park.

ENJOY A BITE

Boating is notorious for working up an appetite, and you’ll find plenty of dining options on and around Old Hickory Lake. Picnic against a lake backdrop at Lock 4 Park, Cages Bend Campground, or Bledsoe Creek State Park, and work off your meal on the walking trails, bike trails, and play areas. All three sites offer tables, grills, and shelters that make the experience rustic yet comfortable. If you’d rather be served than cook up your own food over a campfire, try Awedaddy’s, located just down the road from Lock 4 Park. Watch the boats come and go at Gallatin Marina, play a game of corn hole, and listen to live music while soaking up the Key West vibe.

GO FISHING

If fishing is your idea of a contact sport, you’ll be glad to know that Gallatin has a well-deserved reputation as a sports fishing paradise. Old Hickory Lake is a magnet for thousands of recreational anglers who come in search of crappie, rockfish, large and smallmouth bass, as well as a striped freshwater sea bass that can grow to 45 pounds. A number of tournaments cater to amateur fishing enthusiasts, including the Senior Bass Anglers Old Hickory Tournament, Goodwill Industries Bass Challenge, and Reel Men of God. Professional anglers love it, too, seduced by the lake’s reputation for producing state, national, and world-record catches. Many of

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the world’s top pros have tested their skills here in highly competitive tournaments like the Walmart Bass Fishing League, Women’s Bassmaster Tour, Bassmaster Elite Series, Cabela’s Crappie USA Classic, and Cabela’s King Kat Tournament.


STROLL A GREENWAY

Gallatin’s five miles of paved trails offer four seasons of refreshing outdoor fun. Bike, blade, run, or walk on wellgroomed, stroller-friendly paths next to babbling brooks, historic homes, and wildflower beds. Good options include the four-mile greenway link between the Gallatin Civic Center and Triple Creek Park as well as the Town Creek Greenway, which runs from the entrance of Triple Creek Park along Town Creek to Perolee Street in Gallatin’s Historic Woodson Terrace Neighborhood and continues along the creek to North Water Avenue on into downtown Gallatin.

RIDE A BIKE

Mountain bike enthusiasts flock to Lock 4 Park to experience the rolling BMX trails hidden in the park’s scenic woods. The 8.75-mile course is packed full of climbs, switchbacks, jumps, and berms. It’s safe enough for everyone, yet fun and challenging for even the most skilled rider. The trail is marked off into three different sections: orange, yellow, and green. Orange is a 5.7-mile loop for intermediate riders, yellow is the West Side Trail of 1.8 miles, and green is the beginner/east side trail of 2.1 miles. Special events like the Lock 4 Challenge, a Norba-sanctioned race, and the XTERRA Mountain Bike Triathlon draw competitors from across the region.

VISIT PARKS & PLAYGROUNDS

Check out Municipal Park, home to the city’s largest playground, or Thompson Park, the city’s very first public park and home to

Lock 4 Park hosts several BMX bike events each year.

the popular Skate Park of Gallatin. Clearview Park, located just behind historic Union High School, features a well-equipped playground. And just a few minutes outside the city limits is Bledsoe Creek State Park’s new all-inclusive playground which gives children of all physical abilities access to outdoor fun. Triple Creek Park is home to a popular dog park where pups of all sizes delight in tunnels, jumps, fire hydrants, agility

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SURF & TURF apparatus, and all-you-can-drink fresh water. Owners can frolic with their fur-babies or relax in a shaded sitting area. The city even offers amenities that simplify the task of cleaning up after four-legged friends.

HAVE A PICNIC

There’s no shortage of places to dine in the great outdoors. Clearview Park has covered picnic facilities. Lock 4 Park, one of the most beautiful sites in Gallatin for picnicking and fishing, offers covered picnic areas with charcoal grills and paved walking trails. At Municipal Park, covered picnic areas complete with charcoal grills make it a favorite for family get-togethers. For larger gatherings, consider reserving the spacious event pavilion at Triple Creek Park.

TAKE A DIP

For decades the massive swimming pool at Municipal Park was a magnet for kids and families during hot weather. In 2017, this pool will be replaced by a new outdoor swimming facility at the Gallatin Civic Center that will feature a zerofoot entry and gradually increase in depth to about 5 feet. City leaders hope to open the new pool by Memorial Day 2017. The Civic Center’s expanded aquatics facility will be named after former Gallatin mayor and city council member Joseph “Tommy” Garrott, who spent decades advocating for the construction and later expansion of the Civic Center, which first opened in March 1994. Looking for a more luxurious experience? Foxland Harbor Golf and Country Club and the Club at Fairview Plantation both offer beautiful swimming pools for use by their members.

PLAY A SPORT

Visit Municipal Park on any spring or summer evening and you’re likely to see plenty of baseball. Little League, Kiwanis, and American Legion baseball leagues all play games on Municipal Park diamonds. The park also offers softball and baseball fields, tennis courts, volleyball courts, and basketball courts. Clearview Park offers outstanding summer youth programs, and Triple Creek Park boasts soccer fields, baseball and softball fields, two full-length football fields, a ten-hole disk golf range, and walking trails. In addition to providing a home base for Gallatin Soccer Club and Gallatin Youth Football League, the park hosts many disc golf tournaments throughout the year.

A ROUND OF GOLF

Gallatin’s mild climate means almost year-rou

Gallatin’s temperate climate makes year-round play an enticing possibility. Gallatin Country Club on the city’s northeast side offers a lovely nine-hole golf course, swimming pool, and clubhouse for its growing membership. Or shoot a round or two at Long Hollow Golf Course, an eighteen-hole public course on Long Hollow Pike. Fairvue Plantation or Foxland Harbor Golf and Country Club are also excellent options, offering their members world-class play, instruction, and amenities.

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Center is available to all Gallatin residents for a small daily admission fee or an affordable annual membership. Enjoy fitness areas, meeting rooms, a double gym, racquetball and basketball courts, and an indoor pool, which offers eight 25-yard swimming lanes and a roped off shallow end for free play and water exercise classes. The Civic Center’s second floor is home to an aerobics room equipped with a solid hardwood Exerflex aerobic floor supported by foam cushioning to absorb shock, reduce fatigue, and lower the risk of injury. The Civic Center also doubles as an event venue, hosting a number of concerts, sports competitions, craft shows, coin shows, and celebrations each year. Businesses like Organic Fitness Factory, CenterStage Performing Arts Academy, Ernie Reyes’ World Martial Arts, Super Slow Zone, and Sumner County Family YMCA also offer a wide range of fitness opportunities.

FLY A PLANE

Take your radio-controlled airplane for a spin or learn how to fly that drone you just bought at Lock 4 Park’s citymaintained radio-controlled flying field. Featuring a paved runway, this field is the ideal place to build your aviation skills. Don’t be surprised if your craft has to dodge a doe and her fawn during take-offs and landings. A large herd of deer makes its home in the nearby woods. §

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JUST FOR THE

Kiddos

Family-friendly festivals delight chil

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With great schools, beautiful parks, exciting sports leagues, a scenic lake, and plenty of wide open spaces, Gallatin is a great place to raise a family. Dozens of Gallatin businesses and organizations offer services, products, and experiences designed to entertain, educate, and enrich the lives of kids. Here’s a glimpse at some of the best.

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he experiences your little one has before he or she heads off to kindergarten can make all the difference. Elite Education, an early childhood education center founded by two veteran teachers, provides a safe, stimulating environment and individualized instruction designed to help children ages 2 ½ - 5 reach their highest potential. The elementary school years are often when kids fall in love with their favorite comic book characters. Fortunately, Heroes Wanted Comics, a retail comic book store owned by three Air Force Veterans, offers easy access to new and collectible comics. Their passion about all things comics is infectious and inspiring. Martial arts training is another way for kids to have fun while learning skills and discipline. Ernie Reyes' World Martial Arts has been rated as the top martial arts organization in the entire nation. Their professional staff and Black Belt Instructors provide quality instruction in a Mixed Martial Arts system that includes Tae Kwon Do, Muay Thai, Jujitsu, Kempo, Escrima, Tai Chi, Fitness Kickboxing, Acrobatics (XMA), and Karate and Kung Fu Weapons.

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At VSA Tennessee, students of all ages who have disabilities enjoy opportunities to participate in, learn through, and enjoy the arts. Whether your child’s preferred method of artistic expression is on a canvas, in a script, through a melody, or on the stage, VSA’s educational programs and presentation and performance opportunities open the worlds of arts to all kids. Ovation Music & Studios also offers lessons for kids of all ages as well as a popular Mommy & Me program. Actors Point Theatre Company is loaded with opportunities for kids to learn and grow. In addition to offering several professional theater productions each year, this fast-growing organization offers two separate theater camps each summer, one for students in grades 5 through college and one for students in grades K-5, as well as a band/orchestra camp. Camps include three weeks of intensive training and rehearsal culminating in weekend performances by the students. Throwing a party for your teenagers? Whether you’re planning a birthday bash, a Sweet Sixteen get-together, or a senior prom, you have lots of venues to choose from in Gallatin. Rock Creek Farms, Depot Square, Epic Event Centre, Long Hollow Gardens


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& Nursery, Bagsby Ranch, and Sycamore Springs are all good options to explore, along with Sumner County Family YMCA, NCG Gallatin, The Palace Theatre, and Trinity Music City. Better yet, consider a dance birthday party at CenterStage on Hancock Street. Their massive venue can accommodate events of all sizes, and their new prep kitchen makes party-throwing even easier. Kids’ fun doesn’t have to be expensive. Check out books from Gallatin Public Library. Take your kids to one of the many festivals in and around the city’s historic square. Enroll your child in a sports league in Triple Creek Park or take a spin on a skateboard in Thompson Park. Load up the bikes and experience the city’s scenic greenways or the mountain bike trails winding through Lock Four Park. Drop a fishing line into Old Hickory Lake and its tributaries and see what takes the bait. In Gallatin, there’s no shortage of opportunities to create lasting family memories. To learn more about activities for the whole family, visit www.gallatinleisureservices.com/parks and www.gallatinlibrary.org, and the Gallatin Chamber of Commerce’s Local Event Calendar at www.gallatintn. org/calendar_of_events. §

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Looking for good eats in Gallatin? You’re in luck. From tiny nooks to sprawling national chains, Gallatin’s diversity of dining options means you could go many, many months without turning on the stove at home.

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beer on tap, including creations from Gallatin’s A number of independent eateries own BriarScratch are clustered in and around Brewery, which supplies Gallatin’s historic square. Crescent microbrews to more City Gallatin offers fabulously fresh than a dozen restaurants original Cajun and Creole cuisine. in and around the city. In Locals who hail from the Big Easy the mood for something say this is as close to New Orleans a little more organic? Swaney Swift’s on the Square as you can get without an airline Try Southern Juice & ticket. Enter Swaney Swift’s on the Beverage Co. for natural Square and you’ll immediately raw juices, smoothies, notice the old drug store soda fountain vibe and coffee drinks along with daily specials that will delight as you enjoy modern creations like the Guac the Line burger, vegans, vegetarians and omnivores alike. sweet potato fries, and desserts with names like Cookie Monster. For the authentic coffee shop experience, step in Govan’s Salon SWEET THINGS & Coffee Café where you’ll find hand-crafted coffee and espresso Though Jessica’s Cupcake Company doesn’t have a storefront in drinks along with pastries and baked goods. Gallatin, one phone call is all it takes to score some of the city’s most delectable treats. Whether you’re looking to satisfy your Looking for a side of toe-tapping music to go with traditional own sweet tooth or to cater a special event, they’ll deliver the southern favorites like Texas fried steak and corn cakes? Find it goodies right to your door. Patty Cakes is another great option at Starr Ranch, nestled in a lovingly restored building that once for wedding cakes or sweet treats for any special occasion but housed a horse livery and a taxi stand. Around the corner at Prince make sure to call well in advance of your special event. Their Street Pizza and Pub you can choose from an extensive menu dates book up quickly. of artisan specialty pizzas or build your own. Enjoy Gallatin’s largest beer selection with 24 varieties of Tennessee-brewed craft

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At Prince Street Pizza and Pub you can choose from an extensive menu of artisan specialty pizzas or build your own. Enjoy Gallatin’s largest beer selection with 24 varieties of Tennessee-brewed craft beer on tap. The graffiti wall is part of the attr action at Prince Street Pizza and Pub.

QUICK BITES

When you need a fast food fix, either to satisfy a craving or to eat in a hurry, you’ll have plenty of choices. McDonalds has two Gallatin locations, one on West Main Street and the other across from Volunteer State Community College on the city’s southwest edge. Wendy’s also has two locations in the city, on Nashville Pike and West Main Street. If chicken is your thing, Chik-fil-A has you covered. In the mood for pizza? You can’t go wrong with a pie, sub or salad from Jet’s Pizza. Smoothie King offers the best in fruit and vegetable smoothies and juices for great health on the go.

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Choose your meat. Pick your sides. No southern town is complete without at least one meat and three joint and Gallatin has some of the best. For food reminiscent of Sunday dinner with Grandma, try Mama’s Kitchen. Once you’ve experienced mouthwatering selections like meatloaf, turnip greens, deviled eggs and chocolate pie, you won’t be surprised when you see the line outside the front door. Mary’s Place features stick-to-your ribs fare like chicken & dumplings, roast beef and gravy, and free dessert with lunch.

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Enjoy authentic cuisine from south of the border at Cancun Lagoon Mexican Restaurant where the portions are generous and lunch specials draw a crowd. Come prepared to share favorites like the Tex-Mex nachos, choripollo, guacamole fresca, and veggie fajitas. Transport yourself to Asia with a trip to Osaka Japanese Restaurant. Locals and out-oftowners alike rave about Osaka’s sushi rolls. The Windy City has always been a mecca for foodies and Campione’s Taste of Chicago takes pride in continuing the tradition. Find authentic Chicago Italian beef, flatbread pizza, cheese fries, and friendly staff who will remember your name. If a steak is calling your name, Longhorn Steakhouse can satisfy your craving. Their fresh grilled steaks, chicken and

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GO TEAM!

Looking for places to gather with your friends to cheer on your favorite teams? Buffalo Wild Wings is always a fan favorite. Try their traditional or boneless wings topped with BW3’s signature sauces and dry seasonings. Half Time Sports Bar and Grill is another great option. Their famous 18 oz. burger is the stuff of legend and you can enjoy breakfast all day long.

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With so many miles of shoreline on Old Hickory Lake, it’s no surprise that two local favorites are close to the water. At one end of the spectrum is Awedaddy’s Bar & Grill at Gallatin Marina, a rip-roaring Key West kind of bar where the only thing better than the drinks is the delicious Key Lime pie. At the other end of the spectrum, just a few miles away as the crow flies, is Foxland Southern Grill. Part of the Foxland Harbor Golf and Country Club, this elegant restaurant serves southern inspired dishes using only the finest local ingredients against a backdrop of stunning courtyard and lake views.

FOXLAND SOUTHERN GRILL’S CHEF JULIO BREAKS NEW GROUND Foxland Southern Grill Executive Chef Julio C. Hernandez is putting Gallatin on the culinary map, one delicious bite at a time. A native of New York City, Chef Hernandez found his way to Foxland Southern Grill by way of Mexico, Argentina and Colombia. Though he started cooking at 14 and studied at the Culinary Arts Institute in Nashville for a short time, his real education happened in the legendary professional kitchens of New York City. He worked in Hell’s Kitchen on Restaurant Row on Fifth Avenue as well as restaurants in the Meatpacking District in Lower Manhattan. “I learned from some of the best, including the restauranteur Joe Bastianich,” says Chef Hernandez, noting that the Italian cooking style he learned during this period would play a major role in the evolution of his unique culinary style. When he moved to Nashville at the age of 21, infant son in tow, it didn’t take long for him to realize that he didn’t know a thing about good old fashioned southern food. “I was asked to make meatloaf and I didn’t know how,” he says of his first experiences cooking in Nashville. “It was the same with squash casserole. I didn’t have a clue.” So he set about learning the art of southern cooking, working with notable chefs to build his skills. Today, his creations are an intoxicating blend of American, Italian and Latin American influences that have won him a loyal fan base at Foxland Southern Grill and beyond. “Not long ago, we did a few cooking demonstrations at the Nashville Farmers’ Market and a lot of people were impressed,” he notes. “Several people who

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Julio C. Hernandez - Executive Chef attended the Farmers’ Market demo came up to the restaurant to eat. We’re doing our part to get Gallatin’s name out there.” To Chef Hernandez, the way food is prepared is as important as the end result. “I run a ‘from scratch’ kitchen,” he emphasizes. “We are artisans who believe in a hands-on approach. Absolutely everything—from pastas to breads to sauces—is made in house. It’s just better that way.” §


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Whether you find yourself in Gallatin after a cross-country move or you’ve moved a few doors down to a larger home, getting your household situated is a top priority. Lucky for you, everything you need to feather your nest can be found in Gallatin. Here’s a small sample of some of the top businesses that offer goods and services for people looking to make their house a home.

GIBSON FURNITURE & PATIO

Founded by Jim Gibson in 1972, Gibson Furniture & Patio has a tradition of delighting customers with high quality products and personal service. The business is now in its second generation, led by Eddie Gibson, Jim’s son, with able assistance by Eddie’s mother and twelve dedicated employees. In addition to a furniture lineup that includes brands like Ashley, Broyhill, Bassett, Vaughan, Vaughan-Bassett, Liberty, Southern Motion, Pulaski, American Woodcrafters and Best Chairs, Gibson Furniture & Patio carries appliances by Whirlpool, Maytag, Frigidaire and Speed Queen. Gibson Patio, opened in March 2007, features a 6,000-square-foot showroom filled with patio and outdoor furniture by manufacturers like Brown Jordan, Lloyd Flanders, Woodard, Telescope, Winston, and O.W. Lee.

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Like many children born into family businesses, Eddie got an early start in the store. “As a child, I swept floors and cleaned and then helped with deliveries when I got a little older,” remembers Eddie, who joined the business full time after graduating from Middle Tennessee State University 28 years ago. Today, Eddie sees a bright future for his business and the community that has supported it for nearly three decades. “We’ve been here a long time and historically, most of our customers have come from a 20-mile radius of Gallatin,” says Eddie. “But these days, more and more of our customers are people who have moved here from somewhere else. It’s actually about a 50/50 split.” For Eddie, the influx of new faces is a good thing and he offers this advice for newcomers: “Shop local,” he advises. “Smaller businesses are often one step ahead of the trends. You can get more up-to-date products from smaller businesses, plus you’ll definitely get better service.”


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CORLEW APPLIANCE & REPAIR

When appliances break (and they all eventually do), who do you call? If you’re like many people in the Gallatin area, you call Keir Corlew. For Keir, appliance repair is the family business with a history that stretches back to the 1940s when his grandfather opened a TV sales and repair storefront on Ellington Place in Nashville. “Dad worked in Grandpa’s business for a while before starting his own TV repair business in the 1960s and then transitioning to appliance repair in the late 1970s,”

The original old ho use in the developm ent now known as Kennesaw Farms

remembers Keir. “By 1982, I was helping my dad on the side and by the time I hit my early 30s, I realized that I could do this on my own.” Since making the decision to strike out on his own in 1997, Keir has developed a loyal and dedicated following. Though his specialty is refrigeration and ice machines, he works on washers, dryers, stoves, microwaves, garbage disposals, ovens, dishwashers, and more, located in homes, houseboats, yachts, and recreational vehicles. “If there’s an appliance you can think of, I can probably fix it,” says Keir, who counts several household name country artists

among his clientele. “I’ve never been known to shy away from a tough project, even appliances manufactured outside the U.S., or those that run on alternative power sources like propane.” Though the storefront on Water Street once run by his father is now managed by other relatives, Keir carries on the family tradition of bringing problem appliances back to life. What does Keir enjoy most about his work? Making people happy tops the list. “Getting the job done right is the most important thing,” he adds. “When everyone’s happy, that’s the best feeling. I love it when people have confidence in me.”

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BINKLEY NASH FURNITURE & DESIGN

If you’re looking for one-of-a-kind home furnishings, bedding, accessories, and interior design services, check out Binkley Nash. Step into this unassuming building tucked away at 224 North Locust Avenue and enter a world of possibilities. Everything you need to create a completely customized home is available here. Owned by Ashlee Nash, a Gallatin native and Middle Tennessee State University-degreed interior designer who purchased the business in 2015, Binkley Nash continues a Gallatin tradition that began in 1968 when Billy Binkley opened Binkley Furniture House. (If you’ve lived in Gallatin for a while, you may remember Billy, his son, Mike, and his wife, Lenora, working in this thriving business.) In addition to high-end lines like Hooker Furniture, King Hickory, Fairfield, and Bradington Young, Binkley Nash offers interior design consultations, floor plan development, and guidance selecting interior elements like paint color, granite and lighting. “My clients want a high-end custom look,” says Nash. “Because my business is small without lots of overhead, I can offer products at a much more reasonable price. People are really happy to discover that they don’t have to drive into Nashville to get what they need.” Personal service has been a Binkley trademark since the beginning, and Nash kicks things up a notch. Enter her store and you’re likely to be greeted by Anna Jayne, Nash’s adorable toddler daughter. “She loves being here with me and my customers enjoy her,” says Nash as she balances Anna Jayne on her lap. As Gallatin has grown, Nash has found her customer base shifting. “Before I bought the business, most buyers were from Gallatin,” she says. “Now, it’s split pretty evenly between local customers and people from out of town. Buyers come from as far away as Williamson County and southern Kentucky because I carry brands that most furniture stores don’t.” Though Nash is passionate about her work as an interior designer, it’s the relationships with her customers that she finds most satisfying. “I consider myself very blessed to be able to do what I love,” she says. “People come here as customers but they leave as friends.”

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GALLATIN FLOOR FASHIONS

What’s it like to do business in Gallatin for nearly 40 years? Just ask Ricky and Barbara Foutch, owners of Gallatin Floor Fashions. Launching Gallatin Floor Fashions in 1978 was a natural next step for Ricky who had begun installing flooring with his father at the age of 16 and had started his own installation company in 1974. “Installing flooring is all I’ve ever done and I love it,” says Ricky. The company’s storefront on 399 E. Broadway, home to an extensive showroom, has been serving Gallatin and the surrounding communities for nearly 40 years. In addition to selling and installing hardwood, ceramic tile, carpet, and vinyl floors for commercial and residential clients, the company also offers three lines of cabinets. Personal service and custom design are key factors in their success. What does Ricky like most about doing business in Gallatin? “It has been great over the years to meet so many people and to make so many friends,” he says. “I’ve done work for three generations in the same family. I consider it an honor to provide a service that lasts a long time, one that my customers enjoy and remember.”

LOWE’S DESIGN CENTER

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James D. Wallace - Owner Wallace Custom Builders

hers behind the Randy Jones and Ron Jones, the two brot Randy Jones Construction brand.

WALLACE CUSTOM BUILDERS, LLC

What does it take to become one of Gallatin’s most notable builders? "Just a few prestigious projects and people who love your work," says James Wallace, owner and president of Wallace Custom Builders, one of Gallatin’s best known builders of custom homes.

Gallatin boasts a number of residential Jor dan Wa construction firms Wallace llace - Enginee r Custom Builders that build homes of all sizes and price ranges. Take a look behind the scenes at the artisans behind the homes.

construction, such as medical offices and retail tenant buildout spaces. “I’ve built homes in Gallatin, downtown Franklin, Clarksville, Lebanon, and Nashville,” he says. “I stay very busy. We usually have multiple jobs going on at all times and welcome the opportunity to bring on new projects. Ninety-nine percent of my business is by word-of-mouth referral."

Over the past four years, the staff at Wallace started early. After graduating from Wallace Custom Builders has grown by Hendersonville High School and receiving From massive projects on Old 600 percent to meet the demands of their a degree in architecture from Nashville Hickory Lake to the renovation of clients. Jordan Wallace, Vice-President & Tech, he went to work for a millwork historic homes in Hendersonville Superintendent, holds a degree in civil company, launching a construction engineering from Tennessee Technological business on the side in the mid-1990s. and Gallatin, Wallace is no University and is a licensed Professional After shoehorning construction jobs in stranger to high profile projects. Engineer. “Jordan’s experience in structural between full-time work, Wallace got an design and the integrity of the build is a unmistakable nudge to quit his day job in huge asset to our company,” says Wallace. 2002. “One client told me that I could build his house, but I All totaled, the staff of this sought-after builder has 136 years of had to quit my full-time job first,” he remembers. “After that, I quality construction experience between them. completed a remodeling project for Wilda Dodson, a community leader who had recently retired. I owe a lot to her because she All homes are custom built and vary in size. From massive introduced me to a lot of people and things took off from there.” projects on Old Hickory Lake to the renovation of historic homes It didn’t take long for word about his work to spread. in Hendersonville and Gallatin, Wallace is no stranger to high Today, Wallace Custom Builders is best known for highend custom homes though the firm also does commercial 30 |

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its original 1700s grandeur,” says Wallace. When Anchor High Restaurant (now "The Rudder") in Hendersonville was ready for renovation, Wallace got the call to rebuild the 5,000 sq. ft. building floating just off the shore of Old Hickory Lake. For Wallace, more exciting projects are in the works, including a renovation on a home in Lebanon that Paul and Linda McCartney lived in during the 1970s. Wallace loves his community. “Gallatin is a great city, one that has been very good to me,” he says. “I try to stay actively involved in charitable organizations around town, like the annual Rotary Christmas Auction, and contribute to Habitat for Humanity of Sumner County. It’s important to me to give back to the community that has always supported me."

RANDY JONES CONSTRUCTION As one of Gallatin’s most prolific residential construction firms, Randy Jones Construction has been the driving force behind the growth of subdivisions all over the city with names like Eagle Creek, Foxfire, The Woodlands, Bay Point, The Vineyards, and Quail Creek. Today, the company is focusing on the development of the Twin Eagles subdivision on the city’s north side.

suppliers whenever we can,” adds Ron. “We also appreciate the city’s planners and the people in the codes department. They’re easy to work with and have become more builder-friendly over the years. It definitely makes our job easier.”

GOODALL HOMES

Building welcoming homes in beautiful neighborhoods where memories can be created: that’s the Goodall Homes tradition. Bob Goodall, Jr. followed a tradition that his father started, and began building homes in 1983. Since that time, the company has been involved in the construction of thousands of new single family homes, townhomes, courtyard cottages, condominiums, and villas in the Nashville area. Drive just about anywhere in Middle Tennessee and you’ll encounter residential communities built by Goodall Homes. Gallatin area communities including Carellton Villas, Carrellton, Elk Acres, Foxland Harbor, The Enclave at Fairvue, and Lenox Place (a 55+ Active Adult Neighborhood). §

A household name among Gallatin natives, Randy Jones Construction has been in business for more than 40 years. After graduating from Gallatin High School and attending college, Randy spent a few years in retail and at his father’s cabinet business before launching the firm that bears his name in 1976. After a downturn in construction activity due to soaring interest rates in the late 1970s, activity started to pick up. Randy’s brother, Ron, joined the firm in 1985 after earning degrees in business and finance from Middle Tennessee State University. Today, the brothers are benefitting from the overflow from Nashville’s housing boom combined with a rebounding real estate market and interest rates at a 40-year low. “At any one time, we usually have 20 – 25 homes in various stages of construction,” notes Ron, adding that they’ve observed a shift in the types of homes buyers are requesting. “In the last few years, 100 percent of our work has been custom projects, mostly for young professionals and for older adults who are downsizing out of larger homes. We’re not building the 4 – 5 bedroom twostory homes anymore. Most of our projects are in the 1,500 – 1,800 sq. ft. range with bonus rooms or screened in porches.” As builders who limit their work to residential construction in Gallatin, the brothers have a fondness for the city. “We use local subcontractors and

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HOME DIRECTORY RYAN HOMES (615) 377-6840 93 Seaboard Ln., Ste 201, Brentwood, TN 37027 www.ryanhomes.com TSI CONSTRUCTION (615) 230-2011 171-C Factory St., Gallatin, TN 37066 www.tsiconstruction.net WALLACE CUSTOM BUILDERS, LLC (615) 451-9509 1529 Hunt Club Blvd., Suite 500 Gallatin, TN 37066 www.wallacecustombuilders.com LEE COMPANY (615) 549-6499 1156 Nashville Pk., Gallatin, TN 37066 www.leecompany.com GOODALL HOMES (615) 451-5029 393 Maple St., Ste 100, Gallatin, TN 37066 www.goodallhomes.com RANDY JONES CONSTRUCTION (615) 452-7731 604 Lilycrest Dr., Gallatin, TN 37066 www.randyjonesconstruction.com MR. GOODROOF (615) 824-8100 273 West Main St., Hendersonville, TN 37075 www.mrgoodroof.com

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106 PUBLIC SQUARE – HOME TO INNOVATION Late in 2016, one of the most eagerly anticipated commercial spaces in Gallatin opened for business. Originally known as the Suddarth Building, the 10,500 sq.- ft. structure at 106 Public Square has been lovingly revitalized and is now home to a growing number of entrepreneurs, creatives, and small business owners. Clay Haynes, a Managing Partner at Oak Tree Partners and the brainchild behind the renovation, hopes this will be a milestone project for downtown Gallatin. After buying the building at public auction in 2015 with no idea what he would do with it, a vision for the space gradually came into focus. He imagined creating a Class A office space that would house members of Gallatin’s entrepreneurial class. “I wanted to demonstrate a proof of concept that you can take a historical building and fully revitalize it in a way that makes economic sense,” says Haynes. “I also wanted to preserve the building for another century in a way that meets the needs of the next generation economy.”

of the ind behind the renovation Clay Haynes, the masterm Suddarth Building

No detail has been overlooked during the design process, with fixtures and finishes chosen to complement the structure’s beautiful original elements including skylights, oak floors, chestnut support beams, and tin ceilings. “The architecturally perfect light fixtures came from Portland, Oregon, and the energy efficient ceiling fans came from a company in Lexington, Kentucky,” notes Haynes. “The dry wall removes volatile organic compounds from the air, and we’ve put a lot of thought into sound transmission so that each office is private but flooded with natural light as much as possible.” The exterior façade has not changed, yet the building’s state-of-the art amenities, such as ultra-high-speed internet access, a community café, reading areas, key fob access, LED lighting, and a small fitness center, have been a magnet for small business owners. “Creating an energy efficient space is the right thing to do,” adds Haynes. “It’s one important way to honor the building’s 100-year history.” Haynes finds himself drawn to Middle Tennessee’s historic suburban towns, seeing a mixture of magic and potential in their historic downtown squares. “I can’t tell you how many people who’ve talked to me about the 106 Public Square project have some sort of connection to that building,” says Haynes, “including descendants of the Suddarth family, people who worked in the businesses housed there over the years, or people like me who waited for the school bus in front of that building. I’ve realized that what attracted me to the square is what attracts so many others: a deep sense of place.” 34 |

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In addition to projects on Gallatin’s historic square, Oak Tree Properties has nearly 100,000 sq. ft. of historical renovation projects in the pipeline, including an antebellum church in East Nashville and an 1898 duplex in Germantown.

HILTON GARDEN INN TO ANCHOR BAKER CROSSING DEVELOPMENT A Hilton Garden Inn, convention space and a retail center are in the works for Gallatin, thanks to the passion a local businessman has for his community.

The Antiques on Main Building is set for renovation

Based on leasing activity at 106 Public Square, Haynes has a hit on his hands. “We have built a user-friendly office space that intentionally lowers the barriers to entry for individuals who want to take the next step in growing their small businesses,” says Haynes. “But what excites me the most is how the local business owners are responding to the vision for this space. While I take a lot of pride in the structure’s physical characteristics, the greatest power in this office is generated by the community that’s taking root. I’m thrilled with the diversity of businesses that are calling 106 Public Square their home.”

In 2015, when Gallatin business owner Hemel Surati bought an 8.15-acre parcel of land along Tulip Poplar Drive between Nashville Pike and North Belvedere Drive, he envisioned a large retail plaza on the property that would house, among other things, one of his two liquor stores. But once he shared his plans with relatives in Pennsylvania, the project snowballed. “We could all see that the time was right for Gallatin to have a full-service hotel and convention space,” remembers Surati. The family evaluated a number of hotel operators for the project, finally settling on Hilton Garden Inn. In September, the Gallatin Planning Commission signed off on a final master development plan for the first phase of the new development that will be known as Bakers Crossing. Plans include a four-story Hilton Garden Inn hotel with 99 rooms, a

WHAT’S NEXT FOR ANTIQUES ON MAIN?

In addition to 106 Public Square, Oak Tree Properties is the driving force behind the upcoming renovation of the Antiques on Main building on Gallatin’s historic square. Haynes says that the project is still in the early design phase. “We’re looking at a lot of different options,” says Haynes. “Our goal is to make the building accessible while keeping as much of the historic texture as possible, including the structure’s beautiful barrel vault ceiling that was recently exposed.” While Haynes isn’t able to confirm speculation that one or more nationallyknown restaurant concepts may end up in the space, he confirms that his company is thinking big. “Our goal is to take this very large building and divide it up responsibly in a way that will make it easier for people to bring new businesses to our downtown square,” he adds. “Our firm is very focused on adaptive reuse and historic revitalization. It has become our niche.”

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conference center, and 6,500 square feet of restaurant space. Additional phases of the development would include a second 99-room hotel; 32,600 square feet of retail space; 7,500 square feet of office space; and 6,000 square feet of retail/restaurant space on the property. Surati sees the hotel and convention center complex as something completely new for Gallatin. “It’s designed for businesses and organizations that want to host large-scale conventions where people can meet, eat, shop, and stay all in the same place,” he says. Ultimately, Surati sees this as a city center project. “It will be a destination venue, one that will draw people from all around.” Though Surati won’t divulge the retail roster planned for the complex, he admits that the prospects are very good. Surati also plans to relocate Liquor World from its current location on North Belvedere Drive to the new retail plaza. What compelled Surati to choose Gallatin for this high profile project? “I have a soft spot for the city,” he says. “We already own two liquor stores here. I’m on the Gallatin Chamber board. Little by little, I’ve

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Entertainment FOR ALL AGES

Looking for something fun to do? You won’t have any trouble. Though our glittering neighbor to the southwest gets most of the attention, Gallatin has a thriving arts and entertainment scene all its own. Need a caption

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n the mood for some music? There’s no talent shortage in Gallatin. In fact, just about every church choir and bar band boasts professional-quality performers. On Gallatin’s historic square, a number of establishments feature live performances, including Starr Ranch, Swaney Swift’s on the Square, and Crescent City Gallatin. A few blocks off the square, Half Time Sports Bar & Grill offers more listening options. Performers at Awedaddy’s serve up classic rock favorites with an island vibe, and Trinity Music City offers live music with an inspirational twist.

TRIVIA ALERT: If you’re a fan of Nashville, the popular

television series, you’ll be interested in knowing that a location in Gallatin—Swaney Swift’s on the Square—served as a backdrop for scenes from the show’s third and fourth seasons. Speaking of trivia, both Cancun Lagoon and Swaney Swift’s on the Square host their own versions of Trivia Night with prizes. Both are worth checking out.

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Looking for relaxing family entertainment on Old Hickory Lake? Cumberland River Cruises features child-friendly pontoon boat excursions on beautiful Old Hickory Lake. Most tours originate from Cherokee Steak House and Marina next to the State Route 109 Bridge. Film buffs will enjoy The Palace Theatre, a completely restored single-screen theater built for silent films in 1908. Today the theater is home to lectures, recitals, concerts, weekend movies, and a summer movie series for kids. If the latest big-budget blockbuster is more your style, take the family to NCG Gallatin Cinema, a 10-screen stadium-seating theater on the city’s southwest edge. The Gallatin area is home to several community and professional theater companies. One of the best is Actors Point Theatre Company, which offers a full season of community theater performances as well as popular performing arts camps and workshops for kids. Step into Gallatin’s rich past with a stroll through the Sumner County Museum, where you will find three floors of artifacts from the prehistoric age to the present, including many items from Sumner County’s pioneer past and the Civil War.

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If celebrity sightings are your thing, Gallatin doesn’t disappoint. A long list of pop, bluegrass, and country legends make their home in the Gallatin area, including The Oak Ridge Boys, Kelly Clarkson, Marty Stuart and Connie Smith, John Conlee, Eddy Raven, Gary Allan, Ricky Skaggs, Sharon White, Johnny Maddox, Jesse McReynolds, and Reba McEntire, who owns an 80-acre estate just across the Cumberland River off State Route 109. Well-known former residents include Taylor Swift, Bill Monroe, Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash, Roy Orbison, Barbara Mandrell, Mel Tillis, Trisha Yearwood, Conway Twitty, Clint Black, and Kenny Chesney. If you spot a famous face, you’ll notice that only the tourists clamor for snapshots or autographs. The locals take pride in letting their famous neighbors be.

See fine art on display at Worthington Galleries, where you’ll find twenty categories of art on display, including sculptures, ethnographic art, prehistoric art, antique books, maps and manuscripts, ancient coins, ceramics and pottery, antique and ancient weapons, and other collectibles. Just down the road, the Sumner County Convention and Visitors Bureau and Volunteer State Community College display works of art. The Gallatin Arts Council also sponsors a number of entertaining arts-related events each year. § WWW.GALLATINTN.ORG

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IGNITE THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT Hustle and bustle in the city’s historic square. Twinkling lights everywhere. City streets festooned with decorations. Holiday movie classics playing at The Palace Theatre. Church bells pealing with Christmas carols. A nip in the air. It’s the holiday season in Gallatin, the most magical time of the year. The fun begins in early November with the annual Tinsel & Treasures Open House, a 45+ year tradition that marks the official start of the holiday shopping season at the The Gallatin Chamber Foundation Shamrock Run city’s best retailers. During the first week of December, 5K & 10K children of all ages gather for the highly anticipated Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony in the square. Midmonth, the Gallatin Christmas Parade winds its way In addition to a central Gallatin location, the building is a through town from Sumner Regional Medical Center to Gallatin historic structure with a storied past. “According to our records, High School. All month long, immerse yourself in the sounds of the building was built in 1926 by the Sloan Distributing the season by attending one of the dozens of holiday concerts Company after their building burned,” says Patricia. “It was held at schools and churches throughout the city. With so much also a stop for dry goods and once housed the first flush toilet local musical talent singing in local choirs and ensembles, don’t in Sumner County.” be surprised if the musical performances you hear rival those of any professional! Eventually, Sloan sold the building, and it was used as a food WHERE TO CELEBRATE distribution center until the 1980s. Since then, it has housed an arts/crafts/hobby center, professional offices, and now an Looking for the perfect location for a wedding, reunion, or event center. The owners plan more renovations, including the special event? Gallatin boasts a growing number of options. addition of patio seating. “We’re excited about the opportunity There’s something for every budget. Rock Creek Farms, Depot to give residents another in-town option for their special Square, Epic Event Centre, Long Hollow Gardens & Nursery, events,” adds Patricia. § Bagsby Ranch, and Sycamore Springs are all good options to explore, along with Sumner County Family YMCA, NCG Gallatin, The Palace Theatre, CenterStage, and Trinity Music City. If you want an event steeped in tradition, consider renting one of the lovely historic sites in and around the city. The Gallatin Civic Center is a popular party spot, especially for kids, and pavilions in city parks can be reserved in advance for picnics, meetings, and gatherings. With so many fabulous venues to choose from, no matter what you’re celebrating, you’ll find a lovely place for your party in Gallatin!

DEPOT SQUARE BOASTS FLEXIBILITY As one of the newest event spaces in Gallatin, Depot Square at 254 West Eastland Avenue has something for everyone. Its massive dance floor, groom/bridal suite, catering suite, and exposed beams make it ideal for weddings, proms, and parties of all kinds. “We love that the venue is so versatile,” said Patricia Jeffery, who manages bookings for Depot Square. “Brides love the space because they can transform it into whatever they want. From highly formal to country to rustic, the space is completely adaptable.”

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CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS BRING HOLIDAY CHEER

The Gallatin Chamber of Commerce Limited Edition Commemorative Christmas Ornament for 2016 features The Palace Theatre (built in 1913). The ornaments are produced by ChemArt, the same company which produces the White House Historical Association and the Baldwin Brass ornaments, collected for years by people all over the world. Limited quantities of ornaments from a few previous years are still available. For more information contact the Chamber office at (615) 452-4000.

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GALLATIN FACTOID Gallatin received its first local radio station in August 1948 when WHIN, 1010 AM, went on the air. Owned at one time by record mogul Randy Wood, the station still serves Sumner County with country music, local sports, & coverage of NASCAR racing. WWW.GALLATINTN.ORG

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EVENT VENUE DIRECTORY BAGSBY RANCH (615) 452-1376 1628 Long Hollow Pike, Gallatin, TN 37066 www.bagsbyranch.com DEPOT SQUARE EVENTS (615) 206-3412 254 West Eastland Street, Gallatin, TN 37066 www.depotsquareevents.com PALACE THEATRE (THE) (615) 452-5692 146 North Water Avenue, Gallatin TN 37066 www.downtowngallatin.com ROCK CREEK FARMS (615) 202-8415 475 Dry Fork Creek Road, Gallatin TN 37066 www.rockcreekfarmgallatin.com SYCAMORE SPRINGS (615) 452-7500 3712 Highway 31E, Bethpage TN 37022 www.sycamorespringstn.com CHEF CHRISTOPHER'S CATERING/EPIC EVENT CENTRE (615) 452-1912 392 West Main Street, Gallatin TN 37066 www.chefchristopherscatering.com

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FOREVER & ALWAYS (615) 557-4028 301 Bob Perry Road, Bethpage, TN 37022 LONG HOLLOW GARDENS & NURSERY (615) 451-2666 2064 Long Hollow Pike, Gallatin, TN 37066 www.longhollowgardens.com GALLATIN CIVIC CENTER (615) 451-5911 210 Albert Gallatin Ave., Gallatin, TN 37066 www.gallatinleisureservices.com

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What’s going on in Gallatin? Plenty! The city is home to a number of high-profile annual events that draw crowds from throughout Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky, showcasing the city and generating endless opportunities for family-friendly excitement. Stay in the know about Gallatin happenings by visiting the event calendars on the Gallatin Chamber of Commerce website (gallatintn.org), the Sumner County Convention and Visitors Bureau website (visitsumnertn.org), and Now Playing Sumner (nowplayingsumner.com).

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JANUARY

MAY

SEPTEMBER

Chamber Monthly Luncheon at Fairvue Monday, January 9th 11:30am

Gallatin Chamber Annual Golf Tournament Friday, May 5th 11:00am

Chamber Monthly Luncheon at EPIC Event Centre Monday, September 11th 11:30am

Sumner County Bridal Show at EPIC Event Centre Sunday, January 22nd 12:00pm – 4:00pm

Chamber Monthly Luncheon at Gallatin First United Methodist Church Monday, May 8th 11:30am

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Chamber Monthly Luncheon at EPIC Event Centre Monday, February 13th 11:30am

Taste of Gallatin at Triple Creek Park Thursday, June 1st 5:30pm-7:30pm

Tap the Town in Downtown Gallatin Saturday, February 18th

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MARCH Gallatin Shamrock Run 5k/10k Saturday, March 11th 6:30am-9:00am

Chamber Monthly Luncheon at EPIC Event Centre Monday, June 12th 11:30am

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JULY City of Gallatin 4th of July Celebration at Triple Creek Park Tuesday, July 4th

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OCTOBER Main Street Festival in Downtown Gallatin Saturday, October 7th 10:00am-5:00pm Chamber Monthly Luncheon at Gallatin First United Methodist Church Monday, October 16th 11:30am Trick or Treat on the Square Downtown Gallatin Tuesday, October 31st 10:00am-2:00pm

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NOVEMBER Tinsel and Treasures Holiday Open House Saturday, November 11th 10:00am-5:00pm

Chamber Monthly Luncheon at Gallatin First United Methodist Church Monday, March 13th 11:30am

Chamber Monthly Luncheon at Fairvue Monday, July 10th 11:30am

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United Chambers Annual Luncheon at EPIC Event Centre Thursday, April 20th 11:00am

Chamber Supper in the Park at Triple Creek Park Monday, August 14th 5:00pm

DECEMBER

Gallatin TN Eclipse Encounter at Triple Creek Park Monday, August 21st

Gallatin Christmas Parade Saturday, December 9th 12:00pm

Fashion Crawl & Crawfish Boil in Downtown Gallatin Saturday, April 22nd Squarefest in Downtown Gallatin Saturday, April 29th 10:00am–5:00pm

Tinsel and Treasures Holiday Open House Sunday, November 12th 12:00pm-5:00pm Chamber Monthly Luncheon at EPIC Event Centre Monday, November 13th 11:30am

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Chamber Monthly Luncheon at Hampton Inn Monday, December 11th 11:30am

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What’s new on the economic and community development front? Plenty—and things show no signs of slowing.

BRISK GROWTH CONTINUES

As a result of industrial growth Gallatin has experienced in the last five years, the city is seeing action in support areas with retail, hotel, and conference center projects all in the works. Meanwhile, the industrial expansions keep coming. Gap Inc., the San Francisco-based retail giant, announced a $3.1 million plan to expand the company’s Gallatin distribution hub, a move that has taken employment from 600 jobs to nearly 1,300 jobs in less than a year. ServPro Industries, Inc., the national cleaning and restoration company headquartered in Gallatin, is investing $730,000 in an expansion that will create more than 200 new jobs in Sumner County. The Bradford Company, a reusable packaging manufacturer, is investing $5.1 million over the next five years to expand operations at its Gallatin facility, adding 25 new jobs. Western Reflections, a manufacturer and distributor of decorative and clear insulated glass doorlites, broke ground on a 50,000 sq. ft. addition that will increase jobs there by 15%. Hiring at all companies continues at a brisk pace and WorkInGallatin.com, the Gallatin Economic Development Agency’s one-stop portal for employment opportunities at Gallatin employers, sees thousands of hits each month.

SPECIAL CENSUS CONFIRMS GALLATIN’S GROWTH

In 2016, city leaders’ suspicions that Gallatin’s population

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had substantially increased since 2010 were confirmed by a Special Census that measured growth from 2010 to 2015. The 15% population growth revealed by the Special Census means that the city will receive an estimated $500,000 boost in tax revenue for the general fund budget beginning in the 2016-17 fiscal year.

SUMNER COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT SEES IMPROVEMENTS

Major infrastructure improvements at the Sumner County Airport have also positioned the city for future growth. A $6.1 million project to reconstruct the airport’s 6,300 ft. runway, move the parallel taxiway in order to comply with current FAA safety guidelines, and install LED airfield lighting and precision approach path lighting was completed in 2015. The scope of the work is the largest to occur at the airport since it was built in 1962. The airport now has a new manager and offers upgraded services, including a restaurant.

AIRPORT ROAD TO BE MOVED, WIDENED

A 1.5-mile portion of Airport Road north of Cairo Road and east of Steam Plant Road will be relocated up to 81 feet west of its current location, according to Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) reports. The road will also be widened from two lanes to three lanes, which will include two travel


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lanes and a turning lane. The move will allow for future expansion, especially hangar space, at the Sumner County Regional Airport.

INDUSTRIAL CENTER ROAD EXTENSION PLANNED

A planned road extension is expected to spur further development at the Gallatin Industrial Center. The TDOT road project, estimated to cost more than $600,000, will extend Gateway Drive 1,060 feet east from the new Beretta U.S.A. facility, and a new 1,750-foot road will be built connecting Commerce Way to Gateway Drive.

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(the intersection where Family Heritage Funeral Home is located) all the way to State Route 109 North where a new intersection/interchange will be constructed. The project includes a new bridge over the railroad tracks between Blythe Avenue and North Water, a new four-way intersection at Ensure Gallatin’s prosperity by serving as its Blythe Avenue, and a new road extending from this new catalyst for progressive and diverse economic four-way intersection over to development through community growth. SR 109.

In June 2016, the Gallatin Economic Development Agency Board identified five goals for short-term pursuit:

Nashville’s status as the latest “it” city has created a vibrant regional economy that benefits communities like Gallatin. Faced with a tightening labor market in the manufacturing sector, city and county leaders throughout the region have been working together to develop strategies to diversify the employment base. As a result, the Gallatin Economic Development Agency’s mission, objective, and initiatives have been adjusted to reflect the change in focus.

1. Franchise headquarters 2. Aviation or related business/industry 3. Start-up companies 4. Manufacturing with more white collar, front office jobs on site 5. Tech companies, primarily data centers

The long-awaited State Route 109 project between the by-pass and the Cumberland River bridge is moving ahead (See separate article). GreenLea Boulevard is being extended from Vietnam Veterans Boulevard to a new intersection at Long Hollow Pike. Albert Gallatin Avenue/Hatten Track Road is being extended from the intersection at North Water/Albert Gallatin Avenue

ECD OBJECTIVES REFINED

The Gallatin Economic Development Agency’s 2015 Annual Report provides additional information. View it at http://bit.ly/2e52iLQ. §

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Though Ovation Music and Studios specializes in music lessons, recordings, and instrument retail and repair, the founders say that at its soul, it’s a mom and pop place trying to spread the music love in a world of corporate shenanigans. The aptly named Samantha DeTone is one of the many nonnatives who came to Tennessee expecting a short stay. While attending The Blackbird Academy for studio engineering, Samantha fell in love with the easy-smile culture of the area. Her parents owned an Ovation Music and Studios store in Florida, and when it became apparent Samantha wanted to remain in Tennessee, the family decided to open a second location in Gallatin. In fact, the Gallatin operation has been so successful that her parents sold their business in Florida and have relocated to Gallatin themselves. Ovation is prospering under its family-centered leadership. Living and working together are Samantha, her boyfriend Randy, and Neve, their popular puppy. The family works with all ages and skill levels—from 5 to 75 and from novices to experts. In addition to music instruction, they set-up mentor programs, assemble bands for their students, and book gigs in local establishments. They have also added a “Mommy and

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Hundreds of new businesses, large and small, have opened in Gallatin in the last year. What inspires their founders to take the entrepreneurial plunge? The owners of four new businesses in and around the city explain.

Me” program for parents and children ages 18 months to age four. “We are looking to grow with the city,” Samantha says. “Gallatin is on a vibrant upswing with the nicest people ever. We want them to know we are sincere in our aim to spread the love and passion of music.”

MOORE LIFE URGENT CARE

As the founder of Moore Life Urgent Care, Dr. Wayne Moore provides urgent care services that work cooperatively with existing medical resources in Gallatin. In addition to offering services during regular daytime hours, he also provides off-hour assistance when a patient’s regular physician is not available. Hailing from a family of eight doctors, Dr. Moore is driven to better the health care of all Americans through the avenue of emergency medicine. As the former Director of EMS for Washington D.C., Dr. Moore protected everyone—from the homeless to the President of the United States. Eventually, an offer to become the Chief of Emergency Medicine at Nashville General Hospital at Meharry brought Dr. Moore to Nashville. Additionally, his aspiration has been to create a legacy for his daughters Kamilah and Kimiko Moore, both future physicians.


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To Dr. Moore, a welcoming community and a beautiful lake make Gallatin the perfect location to set up his practice. Since launching his urgent care practice, Dr. Moore has added more services. He and his wife now provide medical weight loss assistance, flu shot administration, sport physicals, cosmetic services, and services for employers such as workplace injury response and pre-employment screenings. “Our ultimate goal is to provide quality service to the citizens of Gallatin and surrounding communities,” says Dr. Moore. “Our building houses more than just an urgent care center; we lease office space and ultimately plan to have multiple practices under one roof to respond to trends in retail medicine.”

WORTHINGTON GALLERIES

Home to what many consider to be the largest private fine art collection in Tennessee, Worthington Galleries strives not only to sell art, but to sell history.

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sculptures, ethnographic art, prehistoric art, antique books, maps and manuscripts, ancient coins, ceramics and pottery, antique and ancient weapons, and other collectibles. Worthington also offers financing on art purchases, a first for a gallery in this area. "We know that many who are decorating a new or remodeled home or office have a limited budget,” says Ashley, “so we developed a way for those who want to acquire more historic pieces to do so in a way that better fits their budget.” The Keevers’ Nashville Pike gallery houses just a small portion of their collection. Hundreds of pieces are stored in their warehouses and many more are available for viewing online. Worthington Galleries’ service menu also includes private sales and consulting, art authentication, restoration, auctions, art consulting, lessons, and classes. “We wanted to open a multi-purpose gallery, one where people could come in and appreciate art like they would in a museum, but also one where

Owned by Michael and Ashley Keever, Worthington Galleries began as a hobby for Michael while he practiced law for the state of Alabama. “Michael was up until all hours researching paintings and artifacts,” remembers Ashley. “We moved to Gallatin so I could go to nursing school, but, as I always joke, my husband turned my major to art.” When the pieces could no longer fit in their private home, the Keevers secured their current location on Nashville Pike. With a collection spanning multiple historic periods, Worthington Galleries is equal parts museum and art gallery. More than 20 categories of art are on display, including

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people could express their artistic side,” notes Ashley, adding that they are currently looking for space to open a second, larger location in Gallatin. “We want to encourage people to keep appreciating, buying, and creating art.”

GO BIG LOGOS

Go Big Logos makes signs—awesome signs. American-made and officially licensed, Go Big Logos uses precision manufacturing technology to create wall art for college teams in the Power 5 Conferences. The University of Tennessee was one of the first schools to approve Go Big Logos’ designs, so the firm’s parent company, NIC Global, moved their manufacturing process to Gallatin. NIC Global has an established reputation in Gallatin with over ten years of operation. For Vice President Troy Wood, Gallatin is as good as it gets. “The Gallatin Chamber of Commerce and the city’s economic development team have been great supporters of our growth,” says Wood. “We have a proven team here and know that they will produce high quality product.” Market reception to Go Big Logos’ product has been so positive that the company plans to expand their logo production to professional teams in the future. For now, their focus remains on the college football market and the pivotal role they play in helping loyal fans express their inner fanatic. “It all starts with our employees,” continues Wood. “Our team is the best in the industry and Go Big Logos wall signs are a great reflection of their creativity and commitment.” §

GALLATIN FACTOID The median home cost in Gallatin is $163,800. Home appreciation the last year has been 9.10 percent. Compared to the rest of the country, Gallatin's cost of living is 4.20 percent lower than the U.S. average.

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A number of nationally known franchises make their home in Gallatin. Meet a few of the locals running the show behind the scenes.

BATTERIES PLUS BULBS – DAVID & KATHIE JUNKER

Before launching their business, Batteries Plus Bulbs owners David and Kathie Junker didn't think much about batteries. But when David's company moved overseas, he decided it was time to launch a business of his own. After much consideration and pulling from his experience as a Maintenance Coordinator and Environmental Health & Safety Manager, David chose a Batteries Plus franchise to begin a new chapter in life. His interest and experience in all things mechanical, electrical, and electronic helped in his choice. Kathie, a freelance photographer, saw this as her opportunity to be his partner not only in marriage, but also in business. Batteries Plus took off, eventually expanding to carry a wide variety of bulbs and offer device repair. The firm carries every type of bulb and battery imaginable. “Customer service is our strong point,” Kathie says. "We treat everyone that walks in like they're family. Customers don't always know what they need, so we help them figure it out. Our sales associates and technicians are well trained and eager to help.”

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After 30 years living in Macon County, Kathie and David made the move to Gallatin in April to be closer to their business and family. In October, they'll celebrate nine years in business.

CHICK-FIL-A—GREG GARRETSON

After selling a business in 1999, Greg Garretson— franchise operator of Chick-fil-A—wanted to find a great town so he could open a great business. He took a hard look at the Nashville metropolitan area to see which location might have the best chance at supporting a new endeavor. Gallatin seemed like the best spot for many reasons, especially the appeal of raising his children in such a wonderful community. He considered several different franchise companies, each with their own set of pros and cons. "But nothing stood out like a Chickfil-A franchise,” he says. “The Cathy family, who own Chick-fil-A, are wonderful partners." Chick-fil-A’s corporate values and their business model made it a no brainer for Greg. Chick-fil-A is known for great customer service and delicious chicken, but they also encourage community involvement among their franchisees, an emphasis that Greg didn’t find in other franchise opportunities he considered. Chickfil-A supports a number of groups and organizations in the area, and he adds, “We try to help and treat everyone with honor, dignity, and respect.” 50 |

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Morningside, and Stephanie says, “It adds another layer to our care of seniors when pets can be a part of it.”

BUFFALO WILD WINGS – JULIE LAMB

For Julie Lamb, community, hospitality, and career converge in one spot: Buffalo Wild Wings, known to regulars as BW3. Julie is a food service industry veteran, having worked as district manager for both McAlister’s Deli and Beefy’s. Around eight years ago, after she caught wind that Buffalo Wild Wings was planning a new location in Gallatin, and she applied for the job—just before BW3’s groundbreaking ceremony—which eventually led to her current role as Community and Guest Liaison.

Stephanie Harville - Morningside of Gallatin

MORNINGSIDE OF GALLATIN – STEPHANIE HARVILLE

Gallatin native Stephanie Harville has lived all over Tennessee, thanks to her career in nursing home administration. After working in Chattanooga, Tullahoma, Lynchburg, and Hermitage, she reached a point in her career where she wanted less stress and more time to raise her family. Morningside of Gallatin, a 40-unit assisted living facility in Gallatin specializing in residential services for seniors, was looking for an executive director. Stephanie seized the opportunity to move home and hasn’t looked back. Coming home to Gallatin fit in more ways than she expected. The town welcomed her family back, and she counts the people of Gallatin—and Morningside—as big factors in her success. “I always thought of Morningside as a reputable provider of senior services,” she says. But after joining the team, it became obvious very quickly that Morningside had a special group of unusually dedicated, high-caliber employees, shining brighter than any other place she’d ever worked. And the proof is in the numbers—the average turnover in the health care industry is 100%. Last year at Morningside, it was only 18%. Offering superb residential services for seniors and boasting an award-winning staff aren’t Morningside’s only claims to fame. The facility is also pet-friendly, which allows Stephanie to combine two of her greatest passions: helping seniors— and pets. Bunnies, dogs, and cats count among the critters at

Throughout the years, Julie has discovered that there’s way more to BW3 than just wings and burgers. When asked about her favorite part of the job, Julie says, “Being able to give back to the community.” As a corporation, Buffalo Wild Wings is very philanthropic. The Gallatin location supports schools, local baseball and football teams, and holds a variety of fundraisers. “We do this for people who need it,” she says, pointing out that sometimes people get in car accidents or motorcycle accidents and need assistance. “People come to us and ask for help. We’ve never turned someone down.”

GATEWAY TIRE – BRAD CUNNINGHAM

Cars are in Brad Cunningham’s blood. He has been in the automotive field for 22 years and he comes from a long line of car guys—even his grandfather has owned several car dealerships in the Middle Tennessee area. About two years ago, Brad held a position with Car Quest in Mt Juliet and caught wind that Gateway Tire had started the hunt for a capable store manager. Brad’s name was recommended by some friends immediately. It wasn’t long after that he snagged the job and made the move to Gallatin—eventually settling into Elk Acres, the neighborhood right around the corner from the store. Gateway Tire is known primarily for full-service repairs and tires, but Brad aims to expand that reputation. “Most people think we’re just a tire store, but really there’s a lot we do that people don’t realize,” he says. Their store also works with lawn/garden equipment, ATV’s, even tractors. “If it rolls and it’s round, we can help you!” And after living in Gallatin for almost six years, he says that the best part of doing business here is the blend of good people, repeat business, and competition. Close enough to Nashville but still far enough away to maintain that country feel, Gallatin is a perfect blend of booming business and community. (continued)

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LEADING THE CHARGE AGAINST IDENTITY THEFT Gallatin-based Business Credit Reports, the world’s largest independent provider of business credit information, now offers identity theft and fraud protection services through Experian, the global risk management and fraud prevention giant. The new product, known as MyFraudShield Plus, steadfastly guards personal information with the most comprehensive security protocols in the industry. Learn more at myfraudshield. com or www.businesscreditreports.com. §

FRAUD STATISTICS Are you wondering if fraud is a problem that could touch your life? Consider these sobering statistics. • 13.1 million identity fraud victims were reported in 2015. • In the past six years, identity thieves have stolen $112 billion. • In 2015, the number of identity fraud victims was at its second highest in the last six years. Fraudsters have stolen $112 billion during this period, a loss of $35,600 every minute. • In 2015, the U.S. switched to EMV, which is designed to reduce in-person fraud. As a result, new account fraud has more than doubled and now accounts for 20 percent of all fraud losses. • Non-card fraud resulted in losses of $5 billion to consumers, merchants, and financial institutions. • Credit cards remain the most frequent targets of account takeovers.

GALLATIN FACTOID The city of Gallatin was named one of the most exciting places in Tennessee by the online real estate brokerage site Movoto. com. Out of 59 cities statewide with populations of 10,000 or more, Gallatin was ranked as the ninth most exciting based on eight criteria — nightlife per capita, live music venues per capita, active life options per capita, arts and entertainment per capita, fast food restaurants per capita, percentage of restaurants that are not fast food, percentage of residents 18-34, and population density. 52 |

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Education

A Gallatin address has its benefits, including close proximity to top educational facilities. From a highlyranked public school district, prestigious private academies, and universities where students can complete bachelor’s degrees and beyond, every member of the family can achieve his or her educational goals.

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allatin stands apart as one of the few communities in Middle Tennessee with two-year and four-year universities located in the vicinity. In addition to Volunteer State Community College, home to 8,400 students and more than 70 academic programs, and Welch College, a private, four-year college currently building a campus in Gallatin, more than a dozen institutions of higher education are within commuting distance. Austin Peay State University, Belmont University, Lipscomb University, Middle Tennessee State University, Tennessee Technological University, Union University, Bethel University, Trevecca Nazarene

Students relax on campus at Vol State University, Vanderbilt University, Lindsey Wilson College, and Cumberland University are all an easy drive away. Four branches of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology are also less than an hour’s driving distance away. _______________________________________________________ ACT SCORES 2014-2015 GRAD. RATES Sumner County 20.4 91.57% Tennessee 19.4 87.8% National 21 81.4

Volunteer State Community College is proud to participate in the Tennessee Transfer Pathway program. Vol State students who want to complete a bachelor's degree now have a guarantee that their credits will transfer to a Tennessee public university and certain private colleges and universities, if they choose one of 50 different majors offering transfer pathways. Vol State students who complete the required courses will earn an associate's degree and then transition seamlessly as a junior to the participating four-year college or university. All earned credit hours will apply toward a bachelor's degree in the same academic area. For more details on the Tennessee Transfer Pathways, visit www.tntransferpathway.org.

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Tennessee Promise is a scholarship and mentoring program that gives Tennessee high school, home school, and GED graduates the opportunity to attend a community or technical college free of tuition and fees. The program pays for tuition and fees not covered by the Pell grant, the HOPE scholarship or TSAA funds. Students may use the scholarship at any of the state’s 13 community colleges, 27 colleges of applied technology, or other eligible institutions offering an associate’s degree program. For more information, visit www.tnpromise.gov.

Humanities Building at Steinhauer-Rogan-Black ity College Volunteer State Commun

The new Steinhauer-Rogan-Black Humanities Building at Volunteer State Community College opened in September 2016. Specially designed for humanities students, the $30 million facility at Volunteer State Community College is the largest building on the Gallatin campus.

SCHOOL DIRECTORY ELITE EDUCATION (615) 388-8879 134 West Eastland Ave., Gallatin GALLATIN DAY CARE CENTER (615) 452-2518 108 South Park Circle, Gallatin HENDERSONVILLE CHRISTIAN ACADEMY (615) 824-1550 355 Old Shackle Island Rd. Hendersonville www.hcacrusaders.com HOWARD ELEMENTARY (615) 452-3025 805 Long Hollow Pike, Gallatin www.sumnerschools.org LINDSEY WILSON COLLEGE (270) 384-8040 c/o Volunteer State Community College Campus 1480 Nashville Pike, Gallatin www.lindsey.edu

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POPE JOHN PAUL II HIGH SCHOOL (615) 822-2375 117 Caldwell Dr., Hendersonville www.jp2hs.org SUMNER COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION (615) 451-5200 695 East Main St., Gallatin www.sumnerschools.org

TREVECCA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY (615) 248-1529 c/o Volunteer State Community College 1480 Nashville Pike, Gallatin www.trevecca.edu/mhr

ST. JOHN VIANNEY CATHOLIC CHURCH AND SCHOOL (615) 230-7048 449 North Water Ave., Gallatin www.saintjohnvianney.org

VOLUNTEER STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE (615) 230-3571 1480 Nashville Pike, Gallatin www.volstate.edu

SUMNER ACADEMY (615) 452-1914 464 Nichols Lane, Gallatin www.sumneracademy.org

WELCH COLLEGE (615) 844-5000 3606 West End Ave., Nashville www.welch.edu

TENNESSEE COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY HARTSVILLE (615) 374-2147 716 McMurry Blvd., Hartsville www.tcathartsville.edu

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UNION UNIVERSITY (615) 447-2500 205 Indian Lake Blvd., Hendersonville www.uu.edu/hendersonville


VOL STATE LAUNCHES

CYBER DEFENSE DEGREE PROGRAM

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he computer hacking of major corporations, government offices, and banks is a growing threat. Fortunately, there is a solution: cyber defense. Volunteer State Community College is responding to the growing demand for these skills with a cyber defense degree program, part of a rapidly growing realm of information technology education being offered at the college. The reason for the expansion comes down to employment prospects. Companies are desperately looking for qualified applicants. Cisco estimates there are one million open cyber-related positions worldwide.

New programs at Vol State respond to a growing need for cyber defense expertise.

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“Vol State prides its self on being responsive to the workforce needs of our community,” says President Jerry Faulkner. “Every evening newscast and daily paper demonstrates that there is a demand for qualified technicians in the cyber defense field.” A Georgetown University study estimated that approximately 7,000 computer and mathematical science jobs in Tennessee will require at least an associate degree by 2018. Tech job openings in Middle Tennessee have climbed from 872 in 2014, to 1,548 in 2015, according to a Nashville Technology Council report. The Brookings Institution now ranks Nashville as the top metro area in the United States for tech employment growth in a 2016 report. “Vol State prides its self on being responsive to the workforce needs of our community,” says President Jerry Faulkner. “Every evening newscast and daily paper demonstrates that there is a demand for qualified technicians in the cyber defense field.” IT jobs have been in demand for some time. But increasing cyber security issues make cyber defense a lucrative career for people with the proper training. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Cyber Defense Analysts in Tennessee can make from $50,000 a year to $67,000 a year with a degree and $100,000 or more with a degree and certifications. The national median salary for Information Security Analysts is $90,120. Vol State offers a comprehensive program that combines the foundation of the Computer Information Technology (CIT) degree program with specific cyber defense courses. It gives the student the preparation they need to enter the workplace or expand their learning. The program is proving popular. Dozens of students signed up for the cyber defense degree concentration before it was even publicized. For more information, visit http://www.volstate. edu/CyberDefense. §

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DID YOU KNOW? Gallatin public schools spend $8,123 per student. The average school expenditure in the U.S. is $12,435. There are approximately sixteen students per teacher in Gallatin. Source: http://www.bestplaces.net/city/tennessee/gallatin

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WORLD-CLASS HEALTHCARE:

Just around the Corner

Center has been Sumner Regional Medical 9. delivering babies since 195

Gallatin is fortun ate to have world -class healthcare within the city limits.

Sumner County’s largest hospital, Sumner Regional Medical Center (SRMC), is proud to have expanded over the last year to offer even more advanced and convenient health care services to residents of Gallatin and its neighboring communities.

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o accommodate the rapid growth in the area, one of the highest priorities for SRMC’s leadership team has been to expand and enhance the level of emergency care provided both by the hospital’s main campus and at Sumner Station, the hospital’s health and wellness campus located on Big Station Camp Boulevard off of Vietnam Veterans’ Parkway. As part of this effort, the hospital requested and received a Certificate of Need to build a freestanding Emergency Room at Sumner Station, slated to open in early 2017, which will provide 24-hour access to life-saving care for large portions of the Gallatin community. The new ER will alleviate travel times for patients who need immediate care, which will be provided by the same board-certified and emergency medicine-trained physicians that treat patients at SRMC. The hospital also received funding from LifePoint Health, SRMC’s parent company, to build a second cardiac catheterization lab at the hospital’s main campus, increasing the emergency

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medicine team’s capacity to provide interventional cardiac care. SRMC is proud to provide the fastest cardiac intervention times in the region, and a new cardiac cath lab will enable the hospital to maintain the quickest possible response times for a greater number of heart attack patients. Another opportunity to improve and expand emergency care was earned in 2016 when the hospital was awarded Advanced Certification for Primary Stroke Centers, following a rigorous onsite review by experts with the American Heart and American Stroke Associations and The Joint Commission. Certified primary stroke centers consistently set a higher standard of care for stroke patients in their communities. And with the hospital’s teleneurology affiliation with Vanderbilt University Medical Center and an expanding neurosurgery program at SRMC, the hospital continues to focus on delivering high quality care to all patients affected by stroke, right here at home.


HEALTHCARE

Providing high quality care is the most important priority for the staff and SRMC, so they were proud to be named a Top Performing Hospital in Key Quality Measures by the Joint Commission again in 2016. Furthermore, SRMC is proud to have been awarded the highest possible safety rating from The Leapfrog Group, a national nonprofit organization that evaluates and reports on the quality and safety of American health care.

SRMC is fully accredited by The Joint Commission and is governed by a local board of trustees. The hospital is also one of the largest non-government employers in Sumner County. For more information about SRMC or to find a physician, visit www.MySumnerMedical.com or call (615) 328-8888. ยง

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ASSISTED LIVING

BROOKDALE SENIOR LIVING GALLATIN (615) 451-7722 400 Hancock Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.brookdale.com MORNINGSIDE OF GALLATIN (615) 230-5600 1085 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 morningsideassistedliving.com NHC HEALTHCARE, NHC PLACE SUMNER (615) 451-0788 140 Thorne Boulevard Gallatin TN 37066 www.nhcplacesumner.com ____________________________

CHIROPRACTIC

GENERATION CHIROPRACTIC (615) 527-7960 179 Hancock Street, Ste 200 Gallatin TN 37066 thegenerationchiro.com MIDDLE TENNESSEE CHIROPRACTIC P.L.L.C. (615) 461-7359 617 Hartsville Pike, Ste B Gallatin TN 37066 www.middletnchiro.com (continued)

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HEALTHCARE DIRECTORY TIGGES CHIROPRACTIC (615) 452-1575 529 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 gallatinchiropractic.com ________________________________

DENTISTRY

DENTISTRY & ORTHODONTICS

BURCHFIELD, RICHARDSON, MCLEOD, SHEA, WEST & HAMILTON (615) 451-0015 355A Hancock Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.omspartners.com

MARY CAY KOEN, DDS, MS (615) 452-2868 355 Hancock Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.koenorthospecialists.com

GALLATIN DENTAL CARE (615) 452-2191 1101 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatindentalcare.com GALLATIN SMILES DENTISTRY (615) 241-8022 923 Nashville Pike, Ste A Gallatin TN 37066 gallatinsmilesdentistry.com H. GLENN JONES, D. D. S. (615) 452-6765 528 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 MAYS DENTISTRY FAMILY AND COSMETIC (615) 452-1225 200 South Westland Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.maysdentistry.com ORAL HEALTH ASSOCIATES, PLLC (615) 451-3833 614 Commons Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.oralhealthgallatin.com RIPPY FAMILY DENTISTRY (615) 451-9300 661 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 gallatinfamilydentist.com ROBERT G. GLASS, D.D.S. (615) 230-6611 615 Commons Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.cosmeticdentistgallatin.com

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SWAUGER PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY (615) 824-5047 100 Springhouse Court, Ste 110 Hendersonville TN 37075 www.KRSpd.com ________________________________

SMILE CONSTRUCTION ORTHODONTICS (615) 824-8929 608B Commons Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.smileconstruction.com CHILDREN'S DENTISTRY OF GALLATIN (615) 461-7491 W200 South Westland Avenue, Ste 2 Gallatin TN 37066 www.cdgkids.com ________________________________

HEALTH DEPARTMENT

SUMNER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER (615) 328-8888 555 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.mysumnermedical.com ________________________________

MEDICAL EQUIPMENT

FIRST STEP PROSTHETICS (615) 461-8557 1406 East Broadway, Ste A Gallatin TN 37066 www.firststepprosthetics.com ________________________________

MENTAL HEALTH; COUNSELING CUMBERLAND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, INC. (615) 452-1354 510 East Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.vbhcs.org

ANGIE DAVENPORT COUNSELING (615) 708-6160 118 Public Square Gallatin TN 37066 angiedavenportcounseling.com ________________________________

SUMNER COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT (615) 206-1100 1005 Union School Road Gallatin TN 37066 ________________________________

OPTOMETRY; OPTICAL SERVICES

HOME HEALTH CARE

GALLATIN OPTICAL (615) 452-2111 137 West Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinoptical.com

CARE ALL (615) 644-4972 326 Welch Road Nashville TN 37211 careallinc.com _______________

ORGAIN FAMILY VISION CARE (615) 824-5486 131 Indian Lake Road Hendersonville TN 37075 www.greateyes.org ________________________________

HOSPICE CARE

ORTHODONTICS

ALIVE HOSPICE (615) 332-2589 1718 Patterson St. Nashville TN 37203 alivehospice.org ________________________________

SMILE MAKER ORTHODONTICS (615) 865-6551 200 Gleaves Street, Ste C Madison TN 37115 www.smilemaker.com ________________________________

HOSPITALS

ORTHOPEDICS

HENDERSONVILLE MEDICAL CENTER (615) 338-1000 355 New Shackle Island Road Hendersonville TN 37075 hendersonvillemedicalcenter.com

TENNESSEE ORTHOPEDICS (615) 461-7335 556 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.tennesseeorthopedics.com

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PEDIATRICS

GALLATIN CHILDREN'S CLINIC (615) 451-9246 648 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.ourvipkids.com STATION CAMP CHILDREN'S CLINIC (615) 451-7222 225 Big Station Camp Road, Ste 204 Gallatin TN 37066 www.ourvipkids.com ________________________________

PHARMACIES/DRUG STORES

PERKINS DRUGS AND GIFT SHOPPE (615) 452-6111 532 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.perkinsdrugs.com TRICARE PHARMACY, LLC (615) 461-7078 179 Hancock Street, Ste 301 Gallatin TN 37066 www.tricarepharmacytn.com ________________________________

PHYSICAL THERAPY & REHABILITATION

STAR PHYSICAL THERAPY (615) 451-5158 940 Memory Lane, Ste 103 Gallatin TN 37066 www.STARpt.com ________________________________

VANDERBILT HEALTH AFFILIATED NETWORK (615) 875-0502 512 Autumn Springs Court, Ste 100C Franklin TN 37067 ________________________________

PHYSICIANS & CLINIC/ WALK-IN

MOORE LIFE URGENT CARE (615) 461-8784 253 West Main St. Gallatin TN 37066 www.moorelife urgentcare.com RIGHT CARE FAMILY PRACTICE PLLC (615) 452-0035 323 Steam Plant Rd. Gallatin TN 37066 www.rightcare familypractice.org ________________________________

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SKILLED NURSING CARE; PHYSICAL THERAPY & REHABILITATION; RESIDENTIAL SENIOR LIVING APARTMENTS

WATERS OF GALLATIN (THE) (615) 452-7132 555 East Bledsoe Street Gallatin TN 37066 ________________________________

SPORTS MEDICINE

SOUTHERN SPORTS MEDICAL INSTITUTE (615) 452-3320 570 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.southern-sports.com

SKILLED NURSING CARE; PHYSICAL THERAPY & REHABILITATION

GALLATIN CENTER FOR REHABILITATION & HEALING (615) 452-2322 438 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 GallatinCenter Rehab.com

PHYSICIANS & CLINIC

SALVUS CENTER, INC. (615) 451-0038 556 Hartsville Pike, Ste 200 Gallatin TN 37066 www.salvuscenter.org SUMNER MEDICAL GROUP (615) 230-8070 300 Steam Plant Road, Ste 300 Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnermedical.com TRISTAR MEDICAL GROUP - FAIRVUE (615) 230-8601 1720 Nashville Pike, Ste 100 Gallatin TN 37066 tristarmedicalgroupfairvue.com

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FACTOID

In the summer of 1873 Gallatin was devastated by an epidemic of cholera. The disease swept through the South, brought by immigrants arriving in New Orleans. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Gallatin,_Tennessee

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GALLATIN’S MAGNIFICENT

Motor Mile

NEW & USED CARS Looking for a new (or new-to-you) set of wheels? Check out one of these dealerships for your next ride.

RON HIBBARD TOYOTA Ron Hibbard Toyota has the distinction of being the only Toyota dealership in the Nashville Metro market to receive the coveted Toyota President’s Award for excellence every year since 2004. View a full slate of new Toyota models as well as hundreds of Toyota Certified Used Vehicles and other pre-owned models in a gleaming facility built in 2006 after the dealership scored direct hit from an EF3 tornado. In addition to finding the perfect vehicle to drive off the lot, you can apply for credit, order Toyota parts or Toyota accessories, or schedule a service appointment.

If you’re in the market for a car or you want to keep the car you have in good working condition, you won’t have to travel far. Everything you need can be found on or near Gallatin’s Nashville Pike.

MIRACLE FORD Now settled in an expansive new location on Nashville Pike, Miracle Ford offers an extensive selection of new Ford vehicles and used cars of all kinds, along with service by trained and certified technicians and quality Ford parts. If you want to customize your vehicle with quality parts and accessories, the experts at Miracle Ford can help. You will also find a variety of financing options, a streamlined and secure credit application process, and an online finance center.

MIRACLE CHRYSLER/DODGE/JEEP If you're looking for a Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, or Ram, Miracle boasts a huge selection including the Jeep Cherokee, Wrangler Unlimited, Dodge Dart, Charger, RAM 1500, Chrysler 200, and Town & Country, just to name a few. When your car needs service, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram-trained technicians install original Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram parts. Don’t have the time to wait while your vehicle is being serviced? Miracle Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep provides loaner cars.

NEWTON NISSAN Situated at the southwestern most point on Gallatin’s Magnificent Motor Mile, Newton Nissan offers an extensive inventory of new Nissan vehicles, Certified Pre-Owned Nissan models, and used cars from other automakers. Fleet vans and rental cars are also available. Factory-trained Nissan specialists offer standard vehicle parts and service, as well as express services for routine maintenance tasks like oil and filter changes, tire rotation, and wiper blade replacement. Newton Nissan is also the sponsor of the popular Trunk or Treat event for kids each Halloween.

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VIC JENKINS Although not located on the magnificent motor Mile, Vic Jenkins Auto is a great place to look for a quality used car, truck, or SUV. In business since 1955, Vic Jenkins Automotive offers sales, service, parts, and rentals, drawing customers from throughout Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky.

PARTS, SERVICE, SUPPORT & MORE

Gallatin is blessed with more than a dozen auto-related businesses within the city limits. Whether you need body work, tires, a new muffler, service on an imported car, or you’re looking to rent a vehicle, it’s easy to find what you need in Gallatin. §

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Any kind of autom otive service you need , you can find it here .

BUSINESS DIRECTORY IMPORT AUTO SERVICE (615) 452-6595 929 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN www.importautoservice.com AUTOZONE (615) 452-2200 110 East Broadway Gallatin TN www.autozone.com U-SAVE CAR AND TRUCK RENTAL/ B&T AUTO RENTALS INC. (615) 452-5934 400 East Broadway Gallatin TN www.vicjenkins.com ABRA AUTOBODY & GLASS (615) 206-9912 1461 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN www.abraauto.com APPLE COLLISION CENTERS (615) 675-4870 384A West Main Street Gallatin TN applecollisioncenters.com 64 |

B & E AUTOMOTIVE (615) 452-0009 404 East Main Street Gallatin TN MIRACLE CHRYSLER, DODGE & JEEP (615) 452-2792 1290 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN www.miraclecdj.com

VIC JENKINS AUTOMOTIVE CO. (615) 452-3037 400 East Broadway Gallatin TN www.vicjenkins.com

MIRACLE FORD (615) 452-526 Z1394 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN www.miraclefordtn.com

GENERAL TIRE SERVICE (615) 452-2552 355 Red River Road Gallatin TN www.generaltireservice.com

NEWTON NISSAN (615) 206-3343 1461 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN www.newtonnissan.com

COOPER'S & HELPING HANDS AUTOMOTIVE (615) 452-2007 345 East Broadway Gallatin TN GATEWAY TIRE & SERVICE CENTER (615) 206-9898 380 Hancock Street Gallatin TN www.gatewaytire.net

RON HIBBARD TOYOTA (615) 230-9000 1435 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN www.ronhibbardtoyota.com

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FOUR-WAY M & M, L. L. C. (615) 452-5950 1368 East Broadway Gallatin TN www.fourwaymotorcars.com


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Fashion GPS

Brittney Yates - Te

Kayla West - Southern

Gypsies Boutique

KROGER MARKETPLACE

Kroger Marketplace added a clothing department to their one-stop marketplace last year. From national name brands to their own private label, Kroger has the fashion of the whole family in mind. To ensure customer satisfaction, they’ve outfitted their apparel department with fitting rooms and welltrained personnel. Each apparel associate is trained to provide meaningful feedback to customers in order to make reasonably priced items look like they’ve come from an expensive boutique. Kroger got into the apparel business in their Marketplace stores after listening to feedback from customers who said they preferred apparel offerings over the furniture that had previously been available in Marketplace stores.

THE RED TULIP

The Red Tulip is in the business of gifts. Whether you’re looking for baby gifts, birthday gifts, customized gifts, or a just-because gift, The Red Tulip makes it easy to provide the perfect token of love or thanks. Launched by Gallatin native Rachel Mullins and her mother-in-law Margaret Mullins, The Red Tulip was born out of necessity. “We used to have to drive 45 minutes into Nashville just to buy wedding invitations,” remembers Rachel. “At the time, eleven years ago, there were no options in Gallatin—so we decided to fix the problem. We never thought we’d be open eleven years later, but here we are.” The

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nnessee Honey Bout

ique & Gifts

Need a new outfit? Looking to update your style? Gallatin’s growing roster of fashion retailers can point you in the right direction.

population explosion in the Gallatin area generates a constant stream of new customers. “I meet three to five new people a day,” she adds. Caring for customers old and new is a passion for the owners. “I’ve been called back to the shop after I’ve left for the day for many a gift emergency,” says Rachel, “but those are the sort of services I'm happy to provide. We love it that our customers often become our friends.”

SOUTHERN GYPSIES BOUTIQUE

No matter your shape, size, or style preference Southern Gypsies Boutique has clothing for you; and if it doesn’t, Gypsies’ “father store” will. Owner Kayla West hatched her boutique from her obsession with clothing; however, she soon realized she was only serving half of Gallatin’s populace. So she asked her “outdoorsy” father to open a shop dedicated to men in the back half of her store—thus Red Fox Outfitters was born. Now the combination store truly accommodates all genders and styles. “We are here to cater to our customers,” says Kayla. “We want to help everyone, and provide clothes in all shapes and sizes. Essentially, we just want customers to come in, and leave happy with an amazing outfit that they absolutely love.” Red Fox Outfitters has also added a new hunting line designed to make it easier for customers to enjoy the great outdoors.


Deanna Martin - Velvet

Antler Boutique & Gifts

STELLA’S BOUTIQUE

Stella’s Boutique is quirky by design. This faith-based boutique offers a hodgepodge of fashionable items and acts as a revolving door for whatever is new or fresh. Offering a mixture of new clothing lines and consignment items, the only constant at Stella’s is that its line-up can’t be found anywhere else. Owner Paula Rainey, a Gallatin resident for more than four decades, launched Stella’s (named in honor of her beautiful and eclectic mother) when there were only a handful of other fashion retailers in the Gallatin area. Now, three and a half years later, Paula is excited about the explosion of fashion opportunities. “Gallatin has been on a crazy growth spurt,” says Paula. “The city has turned into a true shopping destination, drawing people who wouldn’t come if there were only one or two shops to choose from. And that’s a good thing.”

TENNESSEE HONEY BOUTIQUE & GIFTS

Southern charm with a bite of whiskey and a rustic soul: so says the tagline of Tennessee Honey Boutique & Gifts, and so follows the style of its clothing. With a range of clothing lines that include boho chic, modern prep, and southern edge, with mostly handcrafted accessories—Tennessee Honey is a boutique for the everyday woman. The life trajectory of owner, Brittney Yates, has always built towards owning a charming boutique in a vibrant, up-and-coming southern town. From her fashion merchandising and design degree to her occupation as a corporate buyer in Nashville, Brittney’s whole career has been about fashion. And the results have been fantastic. “The Gallatin community has been great,” says Brittney. “We didn’t know what to expect with

It’s easy to find the lat est styles in Gallatin’s many boutiqu es our first business venture, but the response has been crazy! Gallatin is such a community driven place, where people are so amped about shopping local and small.”

VELVET ANTLER BOUTIQUE & GIFTS

One of the newer shopping destinations in Gallatin is Velvet Antler Boutique & Gifts. Though this budding boutique is barely a year old, it’s geared toward providing a unique experience to all patrons. “We aren’t just a clothing store; we try to have a little bit of everything,” says owner Deanna Martin. “We offer a variety of products, from skincare to monogramming and beyond.” Before opening their doors in late 2015, Deanna and her husband spent nine months renovating the store, completing nearly all of the work themselves. She knew that starting a business on Gallatin’s historic square would be a wise investment, especially after having seen her Mississippi hometown boom in a similar fashion. So far, her instincts have been proven correct. “It helps that downtown Gallatin is flourishing and the community is coming together,” she adds. “People are turning away from the malls towards stores that provide them a unique experience. When customers leave our store, we want them to feel like their business was appreciated.”

MORE PLACES TO GET YOUR FASHION FIX

Check out Sassy and Brassy Boutique, a mobile boutique that just opened its first bricks-and-mortar location on Gallatin’s historic square, or Southern Lovin Boutique, another online retailer. Local shoppers flock to Belk for staples as well as the latest trends (and amazing sales). Check out Perkins Drugs & Gift Shoppe for an eclectic collection of clothing and gifts. §

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2017 CITY GUIDE & BUSINESS DIRECTORY

THANK YOU TO OUR ADVERTISERS! • Absolute Business Solutions • Advanced Alarm Technologies • Allstate Insurance Larry Maynard Agency • Batteries Plus Bulbs • Broadway Discount Liquors/Liquor World • Brookdale Gallatin • Brown's Florist • Business Credit Reports • Capstar Bank • Charles C. Parks Company • Charles R. Curtis Construction • Citizen's Bank • Club at Fairview (The) • Coley Insurance • Computer MD, Inc. • Concept One • Corlew Appliance Parts & Service • Derryberry's Heat & Air • Depot Square Events • EconoLodge • Edward Jones Investments - Rick Murphy • Edward Jones Investments -Todd Johnson • Elwood Staffing • Epic Event Centre • Farmers Insurance - Richard Poole Agency • First Baptist Church Gallatin • Four Way M & M, LLC • Foxland Harbor Golf and Country Club • Gallatin Center for Rehabilitation & Healing • Gallatin Dental Care • Gallatin Economic Development Agency • Gallatin Leisure Services • Gallatin Mini Storage • Garrott Brothers Continuous Mix • Gibson Furniture & Patio • Goodall Homes • Greater Gallatin, Inc. • Hair & Body Day Spa & Salon • Hendersonville Christian Academy • Historic Cragfont, Inc. • Jones CPA, PLLC • Little Josh Productions

• Mays Dentistry - Family and Cosmetic • Middle Tennessee Chiropractic • Miracle Chrylser, Dodge & Jeep • Miracle Ford • Morningside of Gallatin • Mr. GoodRoof • Ms. Sue's Med Spa • Nationwide Insurance - Joe Newman Agency • NCG Gallatin, Inc. • NHC Place Sumner • NIC Global - Go Big Logos • Perkins Drugs & Gift Shoppe • Phillips & Ingrum • Pristine Pup • Randy Jones Construction • Reliant Bank • Richard Suter Photography • Right Care Family Practice • Ron Hibbard Toyota • Ryan Homes • Simmons Bank • Simpson Strong Tie • Southern Juice & Beverage Co. • St. John Vianney Catholic Church and School • Starr Ranch • State Farm - Anna Stephens • State Farm - Craig Hayes • State Farm - Jeannie Gregory • State Farm - Matthew Thomson • Sumner Academy • Sumner Bank & Trust • Sumner County Anti-Drug Coalition • Sumner County Convention & Visitors Bureau • Sumner Gun & Supply • Super Slow Zone • Swim World Pools, Inc. • Thomas Jewelers • Union University • Volunteer State Community College • Wallace Custom Builders, LLC • Welch College • Wilson Bank & Trust • Worthington Galleries

Gallatin City Guide and Business Directory is published by the Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce and distributed through the Chamber and its member businesses. For questions or additional information, contact the Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce, 118 West Main Street, Gallatin, TN 37066, (615) 452-4000, info@gallatintn.org or gallatintn.org. Copyright 2017. Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce, 118 West Main Street, Gallatin, TN 37066. (615) 452-4000. All rights reserved. No portion of this magazine may be reproduced in whole or in part without written consent. Credits: Project Management: Praesentia, Inc.; Writing: Gayla Zoz; Photography: Richard Suter; Submissions by Kathryn Kisner, Rachel Lassiter, and Barry Young; Art & Design: Gwen Canfield-Creative Instinct; Print Production: Community Planners. Special thanks to Gallatin Economic Development Agency, Sumner County Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the City of Gallatin.

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INDIVIDUALS _____________________________ Allen Parks Dr. Charles Moffatt Grace Tomkins Homer Bradley Jo Ann Sircy Joe B. DeBord, Jr. Joe H. Whitaker, Sr. Katherine Dake Armstrong Leonard Assante Patricia Walker Ray S. Dwelle Wilma Dodson

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ADVERTISING & MEDIA _____________________________

Busy Bee Printing, LLC (615) 822-0037 334 West Main Street Hendersonville TN 37075 www.busybeeprintingllc.com (Graphic Design, Promotional Product Sales, Sign/Visual Marketing) Comcast (615) 244-7462 2501 McGavock Pike, Ste 1200 Nashville TN 37214 www.comcast.com (Media Services - Cable Television/Internet Service) Community Planners, Inc. (615) 859-9178 511 Rivergate Parkway Goodlettsville TN 37072 (Media Services - Publishing) Concept One Screen Printing, Inc. (615) 452-2900 210 North Locust Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.conceptonetn.com (Advertising & Marketing - Signs, Shirts, Trophies; Embroidery Services; Sign/Visual Marketing)

Gold Member

(By Category)

Country Trader (The) (615) 230-1116 322 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.countrytraderonline.com (Media Services - Newspapers; Marketing & Advertising; Graphic Design) Fairvue Living Magazine (615) 734-9752 1030 Golf Club Circle West Hendersonville TN 37075 www.n2pub.com (Media Services - Magazine Publication) First Place Trophy (FirstPlace, LLC) (615) 822-0857 247 West Main Street, Ste C Hendersonville TN 37075 www.firstplacetrophy.com (Trophies & Engraving; Promotional Product Sales)

The Gallatin News

(615) 452-4940 355 West Main Street, Suite A1 Gallatin TN 37066 www.thegallatinnews.com (Media Services - Newspapers)

Gallatin News Examiner

(615) 452-2561 1 Examiner Court Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinnewsexaminer.com (Media Services - Newspapers) His Image Design (615) 579-8754 130 Stonehouse Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.hisimage.com (Graphic Design) Lamar Advertising - Anntionette Crowell (615) 519-7346 1993 Southerland Drive Nashville TN 37207 www.lamar.com/Nashville (Advertising & Marketing; Media Services)

Silver Member _____________________________

Little Josh Productions

(615) 948-0203 319 Wildcat Run Gallatin TN 37066 www.littlejosh.com (Audio and Video Production) Perfect Fit Image Apparel, Inc. (615) 451-2226 430 Airport Road, Ste A Gallatin TN37066 www.perfectfitimage.com (Screen Printing & Embroidery; Promotional Product Sales) Praesentia, Inc. (615) 400-1333 985 Crater Lake Court Gallatin TN 37066 www.praesentiainc.com (Marketing; Writing & Communication Services) Robertson Media Group, LLC / Your Sumner (615) 979-1548 436 Main Street, Ste 205 Franklin TN 37064 www.yoursumner.com (Media Services - Publication) Target Marketing (800) 933-3909 7766 Ewing Boulevard, Ste 200 Florence KY 41042 (Media Services - Publishing) Town Planner Community Calendar (615) 557-7517 1926 Roanoke Drive Lebanon TN 37087 www.TownPlanner.com (Marketing) Trinity Music City, USA (615) 822-8333 1 Music Village Boulevard Hendersonville TN 37075 www.trinitymusiccity.com (Media Services - Television) WHIN, Inc. AM 1010 (615) 451-0450 PO Box 1685 Gallatin TN 37066 www.WHINRadio.com (Media Services - Radio Station

AGRICULTURE, FISHING & FORESTRY _____________________________ BriarScratch Brewing, LLC (615) 319-1562 544 Bursby Branch Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.briarscratchbrewing.com (Agribusiness) est. 1974

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Long Hollow Gardens & Nursery

(615) 451-2666 2064 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.longhollowgardens.com (Agribusiness) Puryear Farms Nursery/ Landscaping (615) 452-8948 1490 Cherokee Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.puryearfarms.com (Agribusiness) R & S Groundskeeping (615) 451-7911 805 East Robertson Road Castalian Springs TN 37031 facebook.com/ RsGroundskeepingAndNurseryLlc (Agribusiness) _____________________________

ARTS, CULTURE & ENTERTAINMENT _____________________________ Actors Point Theatre Company (615) 431-9620 170D East Main Street #236 Hendersonville TN 37075 www.actorspointtheatre.com (Theatre Productions)

A-Do-Zee Shows (615) 452-5620 Gallatin TN 37066 www.legendarywadejackson.com (Performer - Music & Comedy) All the Lights - DJ & Professional Lighting (615) 480-4613 Gallatin TN 37066 www.allthelightsdj.com (Entertainment - DJ; Event Lighting; Event Planning)

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Barren River Lake State Resort Park (270) 646-2151 1149 State Park Road Lucas KY 42156 parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/ barren-river (State Park) Cumberland River Cruises.com (615) 451-4001 450 Cherokee Dock Road Lebanon TN 37087 www.cumberlandrivercruises.com (River Cruise) Historic Cragfont, Inc. (615) 452-7070 200 Cragfont Road Castalian Springs TN 37031 www.cragfont.net (Historic Home) NCG Gallatin Inc. (615) 451-9500 1035 Greensboro Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.ncgmovies.com (Movie Theater) Ovation Music and Studios (615) 461-8438 107 East Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 ovationmusicstudios.com (Recording and Rehearsal Studio Services) The Palace Theatre (615) 452-5692 146 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.downtowngallatin.com (Movie Theater)

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Starr Ranch (615) 478-1803 170 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 starrranchmail.wix.com/starrranch (Entertainment Venue)

Harsh and Harsh, Attorneys at Law (615) 452-4611 123 Public Square Gallatin TN 37066 (Attorneys and Legal Services)

Sumner County Convention & Visitors Bureau (615) 230-8474 2310 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.VisitSumnerTN.com (Tourism)

Heritage Law Group, PLLC (615) 989-7054 1526 Hunt Club Boulevard, Ste 550 Gallatin TN 37066 www.heritagelawtn.com (Attorneys and Legal Services)

Sumner County Museum (615) 451-3738 183 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnercountymuseum.org (Museum)

Hughes and Coleman Injury Lawyers (800) 800-4600 519 South Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 hughesandcoleman.com (Attorneys & Legal Services)

Trinity Music City, USA (615) 822-8333 1 Music Village Boulevard Hendersonville TN 37075 www.trinitymusiccity.com (Entertainment ) _____________________________

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Worthington Galleries

(615) 527-7970 1181 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 worthingtongalleries.com (Art Gallery)

James B. (Jim) Hawkins, Attorney at Law (615) 452-9200 126 East Main Street, Ste A Gallatin TN 37066 (Attorneys and Legal Services) Kelly & Smith Law Office (615) 452-2000 125 Public Square Gallatin TN 37066 (Attorneys and Legal Service)

ATTORNEYS & LEGAL SERVICES _____________________________

Laura A. Frost, Attorney at Law (615) 428-1077 131 A South Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 laurafrostlaw.com (Attorneys and Legal Services)

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC (615) 822-8822 131 Saundersville Road, Ste 130 Hendersonville TN 37075 www.bonelaw.com (Attorneys and Legal Services)

Phillips & Ingrum (615) 452-8030 117 East Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.phillipsandingrum.com (Attorneys and Legal Services)

(615) 824-0502 139 Rock Castle Lane Hendersonville TN 37075 www.historicrockcastle.com (Historic Home)

David Parsons Attorney at Law (615) 760-2376 323 Union Street , Ste 300 Nashville TN 37201 (Attorneys and Legal Services)

Ray Whitley, Tennessee District Attorney General (615) 451-5810 113 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 (Attorneys and Legal Services)

Rose Mont (615) 451-2331 810 South Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.historicrosemont.org (Historic Home)

Debra A. Morton, Attorney at Law (615) 415-1472 110 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 (Attorneys and Legal Services)

Rico's Stage Lounge (615) 388-7420 142 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 (Stage Lounge)

Rock Castle State Historic Site

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Smith, Sholar, Milliken PLLC (615) 452-5282 1164 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.smithsholar.com (Attorneys and Legal Services)

Waller, Lansden, Dortch and Davis, LLP (615) 850-8873 511 Union Street, Ste 2700 Nashville TN 37219 www.wallerlaw.com (Attorneys and Legal Services)

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AUTOMOTIVE & MARINE _____________________________ ABRA Autobody & Glass (615) 206-9912 1461 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.abraauto.com (Automobile Repair) All Access Coach Leasing, LLC (615) 230-7400 364 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.allaccesscoach.com (Bus & Coach Leasing and Maintenance) Apple Collision Centers (615) 675-4870 384 A West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 applecollisioncenters.com (Automotive & Marine Automobile Repair) AutoZone (615) 452-2200 110 East Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 www.autozone.com (Automobile Parts)

B & E Automotive (615) 452-0009 404 East Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 (Automobile Repair) Calico Jack's Boat and RV (615) 461-8554 1280 South Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.calicojacksrentals.com (Boat - Sales, Service & Rentals) (RV Rentals)


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Cedar City RV (Americar DBA)

(615) 815-8650 200 West Main Street Lebanon TN 37087 cedarcityrv.com (RV Sales) Cooper's & Helping Hands Automotive (615) 452-2007 345 East Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 (Automobile Tires, Parts and Service; Glass Repair and Replacement; Welding Services)

Four-Way M & M, L. L. C. (615) 452-5950 1368 East Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 www.fourwaymotorcars.com (Automobile Sales - Used; Automobile Repair and Service)

Gateway Tire & Service Center (615) 206-9898 380 Hancock Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.gatewaytire.net (Automobile Tires and Service; Automobile Repair; Accessories) General Tire Service (615) 452-2552 355 Red River Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.generaltireservice.com (Automobile Tires and Service) Import Auto Service (615) 452-6595 929 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.importautoservice.com (Automobile - Parts, Service, & Repair) Miracle Chrysler, Dodge & Jeep (615) 452-2792 1290 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.miraclecdj.com (Automobile Sales - New & Used)

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Miracle Ford (615) 452-5267 1394 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.miraclefordtn.com (Automobile Sales - New & Used)

ACN - Joyce Brokaw (615) 452-9279 Gallatin TN 37066 www.JoyceBrokaw.ACNibo.com (Home & Business Essential Services)

Newton Nissan (615) 442-3081 1461 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.newtonnissan.com (Automobile Sales - New & Used)

Advanced Alarms Technologies (615) 451-3444 PO Box 1806 Gallatin TN 37066 www.mpsecurityinc.com (Security Services; Alarm Services)

Ron Hibbard Toyota

Alexander Funeral Home (615) 452-2324 584 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.alexanderfh.info (Funeral Homes & Directors)

(615) 230-9000 1435 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.ronhibbardtoyota.com (Automobile Sales - New & Used) U-Save Car & Truck Rental/B&T Auto Rentals Inc. (615) 452-5934 400 East Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 www.vicjenkins.com (Automobile Rentals) Vic Jenkins Automotive Co. (615) 452-3037 400 East Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 www.vicjenkins.com (Automobile Sales - New & Used; Automobile Repair, Service, & Tires) _____________________________

All the Lights - DJ & Professional Lighting (615) 480-4613 Gallatin TN 37066 www.allthelightsdj.com (Event Planning) Anderson Funeral Home (615) 461-7777 202 East Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.andersonfuneralhome.org (Funeral Homes & Directors)

BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL SERVICES _____________________________

ASAP Printing (615) 822-6052 116 Imperial Boulevard Hendersonville TN 37075 (Printers - Graphic Design and Printing)

Absolute Business Solutions, LLC

Bagsby Ranch (615) 452-1376 1628 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.bagsbyranch.com (Event Facility)

(615) 585-1602 967 Grassland Place, Ste A Gallatin TN 37066 www.absolutebusiness.solutions (Accounting Services, Business Technology Consulting) Access Program (The) (615) 852-1811 600 Small Street, Ste 125B Gallatin TN 37066 (Personnel Services)

Binkley Nash Furniture & Design (615) 452-7096 224 North Locust Gallatin TN 37066 binkleynashfurniture.com (Furniture & Home Decor; Interior Design) Business Credit Reports (615) 989-7006 1645 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.businesscreditreports.com (Personnel Services)

Busy Bee Printing, LLC (615) 822-0037 334 West Main Street Hendersonville TN 37075 www.busybeeprintingllc.com (Printers - Graphic Design and Printing; Mailing and Shipping, Packing, Printing, Etc. )

Chef Christopher's Catering/Epic Event Centre

(615) 452-1912 392 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.chefchristophers catering.com (Event Facility and Planning) Club at Fairvue Plantation (615) 575-4300 981 Plantation Boulevard Gallatin TN 37066 www.clubatfairvue.com (Country Club)

Computer MD, Inc. (615) 230-6348 PO Box 427 Castalian Springs TN 37031 www.computerMD4U.com (Business Technology Consulting) Consulting

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Crestview Funeral Home, Memory Gardens, & Cremation (615) 452-1943 1623 Highway 109 North Gallatin TN 37066 www.crestviewfh.com (Funeral Homes & Directors) Depot Square Events (615) 206-3412 254 West Eastland Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.depotsquareevents.com (Event Facility)

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Elwood Staffing (615) 461-7212 179 Hancock Street, Ste 100 Gallatin TN 37066 www.elwoodstaffing.com (Personnel Services) Family Heritage Funeral Home (615) 452-7115 100 Albert Gallatin Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.familyheritagefh.com (Funeral Homes & Directors)

Glenn Shepard Seminars (615) 353-7125 Nashville TN 37221 www.glennshepard.com (Seminars) Goodlettsville Chamber of Commerce (615) 859-7979 100 N. Main Street, Ste D Goodlettsville TN 37072 www.goodlettsvillechamber.com (Chambers of Commerce)

Forever & Always (615) 557-4028 301 Bob Perry Road Bethpage TN 37022 (Event Facility and Planning)

Grumpy's Bail Bonding, LLC (615) 452-3300 108 North Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.grumpysbailbonds.com (Bail Bonds)

Forward Sumner Economic Partnership (615) 822-7610 The Comer House 2310 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.forwardsumner.org (Economic Development)

Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce (615) 824-2818 100 Country Club Drive, Ste 104 Hendersonville TN 37075 www.hendersonvillechamber.com (Chambers of Commerce)

Foxland Harbor Golf and Country Club (615) 451-2600 1445 Foxland Boulevard Gallatin TN 37066 www.foxlandharbor.com (Country Club) Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce (615) 452-4000 118 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatintn.org (Chambers of Commerce) Gallatin Economic Development Agency (615) 451-5940 132 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.GallatinGetsIt.com (Economic Development) Gallatin Printing Co. (615) 452-3095 115 South Hickory Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.GallatinPrinting.com (Printers - Graphic Design and Printing; Promotional Items; Checks; Apparel)

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His Image Design (615) 579-8754 130 Stonehouse Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.hisimage.com (Photographer) Image Essentials (615) 452-8493 1003 Cairo Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.joycecolor.com (Image Consultant) Jim Huffman/The Wood Shop (615) 305-6284 315 Blythe Street Gallatin TN 37066 (Furniture Repair & Restoration)

Jennings & Clouse, PLC (615) 206-0360 1509 Hunt Club Boulevard, Suite 500 Gallatin TN 37066 www.jenningsclouse.com (Accounting Services - Certified Public Accountant)

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Joe Warren Jones, C.P.A. (615) 452-7764 214 East Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.joewarrenjonescpa.com (Accounting Services - Certified Public Accountant) Jones CPA, PLLC (615) 537-0314 150 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.jonescpaassociates.com (Accounting Services - Certified Public Accountant; Tax Preparation) KimCats Personal Errand Service (615) 427-1667 1234 AB Wade Road Portland TN 37148 (Personal & Business Errand Service)

McManus & Delaney, PLLC, Certified Public Accountants (615) 325-4139 821 South Broadway Portland TN 37148 www.mcmanusanddelaney.com (Accounting Services - Certified Public Accountant) McMurray and Associates, C.P.A. (615) 824-2724 641 East Main Street Hendersonville TN 37075 www.mcmurrayassociates.com (Accounting Services - Certified Public Accountant) Metro Industrial Services (615) 461-8241 333 West Main Street, Ste D Gallatin TN 37066 www.metroindustrialjobs.com/ gallatin--tn--jobs.html (Personnel Services; Business Consulting & Coaching Firm; Drug Testing Services; Human Resources Consulting; Payroll & Worker Benefit Services)

Lebanon/Wilson County Chamber of Commerce (615) 444-5503 149 Public Square Lebanon TN 37087 www.lebanonwilsontnchamber.org MP Security Inc. (615) 451-3444 (Chambers of Commerce) PO Box 1806 Gallatin TN 37066 Lemmonaide Bookkeeping www.mpsecurityinc.com Services (Security Services) (832) 495-8491 PO Box 222 NovaCopy, Inc. Gallatin TN 37066 (615) 577-7677 www.lemmonaidebookkeeping. 15 Lindsley Avenue vpweb.com Nashville TN 37210 (Accounting Services) www.novacopy.com (Printers, Copiers, Fax MachinesSupplies & Repair) L O N G H O L L O W G A R D E N S est. 1974

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Long Hollow Gardens & Nursery

(615) 451-2666 2064 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.longhollowgardens.com (Event Facility; Meeting Space; Receptions; Private Events; Architectural Services) The Lynch Group LLC (615) 504-4357 1240 Windsor Drive, Ste 2 Gallatin TN 37066 www.thelynchgroup.net (Professional Development)

Ovation Music and Studios (615) 461-8438 107 East Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 ovationmusicstudios.com (Music Education; Recording and Rehearsal Studio Services) The Palace Theatre (615) 452-5692 146 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.downtowngallatin.com (Event Facility)


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Patty Cakes / Lily Lane Vintage Rental (615) 351-3134 325 Buckingham Boulevard Gallatin TN 37066 www.pattycakes-tn.com (Event Planning)

Pony Mailbox & Business Center

(615) 451-1000 544 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.ponymailboxgallatin.com (Mailing and Shipping, Packing, Printing, and Post Office Box Rental) Portland Chamber of Commerce (615) 325-9032 106 Main Street Portland TN 37148 www.portlandcofc.com (Chambers of Commerce) Quality Printing Company (615) 452-7653 141 East Eastland Gallatin TN 37066 (Printers - Graphic Design and Printing)

Richard Suter Photography

(615) 390-1844 260 Wildcat Run Gallatin TN 37066 www.richardsuter photography.com (Photographer)

Rock Creek Farms (615) 202-8415 475 Dry Fork Creek Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.rockcreekfarmgallatin.com (Event Facility)

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Specialty Planners International (615) 416-4675 www.specplans.com (Meeting & Event Management Services) Staffmark, Inc. (615) 451-1111 540 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.staffmark.com (Personnel Services) Sycamore Springs (615) 452-7500 3712 Highway 31E Bethpage TN 37022 www.sycamorespringstn.com (Event Facility) Tennessee Business Services, Inc. (615) 400-2150 1010 Durham Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.tnbizserv.com (Accounting Services) Tennessee Central Economic Authority (615) 374-4607 702 McMurry Boulevard E Hartsville TN 37074 www.tennesseecentral.org (Economic Development) Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry (615) 256-5141 414 Union Street, Ste 107 Nashville TN 37219 www.tnchamber.org (Chambers of Commerce) U.S. Pest Protection (615) 590-1260 49 Industrial Park Drive Hendersonville TN 37075 www.uspest.com (Pest Protection)

SERVPRO Industries, Inc. (615) 451-0200 801 Industrial Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.servpro.com (Emergency & Restoration Services)

Westmoreland Chamber of Commerce (615) 644-3382 1001 Park Street Westmoreland TN 37186 www.westmorelandtn.com (Chambers of Commerce)

Keystone Business Solutions, LLC. (615) 826-3500 3050 Business Park Circle, Ste 301 Goodlettsville TN 37072 www.wearekeystone.com (Computer Services; Website Design)

White House Chamber of Commerce (615) 672-3937 414 Highway 76 White House TN 37188 www.whitehousechamber.org (Chambers of Commerce)

Open Datacom (615) 930-1113 2201 Hwy 31E Gallatin, TN 37066 (Computers & Telecommunications)

WorkForce Essentials, Inc. (615) 452-1964 175 College Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.workforceessentials.com (Personnel Services, Career Services, Training) ____________________________

COMPUTERS & TELECOMMUNICATION ____________________________

Absolute Business Solutions, LLC

(615) 585-1602 967 Grassland Place, Ste A Gallatin TN 37066 www.absolutebusiness.solutions (Computer Services, Website Design) AT&T (615) 214-4150 333 Commerce Street, Ste 2107 Nashville TN 37201 www.att.com (Telephone Services)

Computer MD, Inc.

The UPS Store

(615) 230-9030 695 Nashville Pike SERVPRO OF SUMNER COUNTY Gallatin TN 37066 (615) 822-0200 www.theupsstorelocal.com/3429 730 Airport Road (Mailing and Shipping, Packing, Gallatin TN 37066 Printing, and Post Office Box www.servpro.com/Franchise/8950 Rental; Graphic Design) (Emergency & Restoration Services)

(615) 230-6348 PO Box 427 Castalian Springs TN 37031 www.computerMD4U.com (Computer Services - Repair and Support; Website Design) His Image Design (615) 579-8754 130 Stonehouse Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.hisimage.com (Web Design)

Verizon Wireless (615) 452-7800 1152 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.verizonwireless.com (Telephone Services) ____________________________

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT & CONTRACTORS _____________________________ Charles R. Curtis Construction, Inc. (615) 206-1401 567 Airport Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.curtisconst.com (Construction Company Commercial)

Derryberry's Heat & Air (615) 452-8121 212 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.derryberryac.com (Air Conditioning & Heating; Plumbing)

Gallatin Floor Fashions (615) 451-1696 399 East Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinfloorfashions.com (Home Improvements - Flooring)

Goodall Homes

(615) 451-5029 393 Maple Street, Ste 100 Gallatin TN 37066 www.goodallhomes.com (Construction Company Residential) H & T Carpet, Inc. (615) 865-8595 1224 Northgate Business Parkway Madison TN 37115 (Home Improvements Flooring; Construction; Home Improvements)

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Hiller Plumbing, Heating, & Cooling (615) 292-6110 915 Murfreesboro Pike Nashville TN 37217 www.happyhiller.com (Air Conditioning, Heating, & Plumbing) Holleman Trucking & Excavating (615) 452-1606 PO Box 574 Gallatin TN 37066 (Excavating Services)

Lee Company

(615) 549-6499 1156 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.leecompany.com (Construction Company Electrical-Commercial & Residential; Air Conditioning, Heating, & Plumbing) Maxwell Septic Pumping LLC (615) 452-3986 PO Box 9126 Gallatin TN 37066 www.maxwellsepticpumping.com (Septic Services; Backhoe Services) Modern Construction Corporation (615) 248-9812 254 Rockland Road Hendersonville TN 37075 www.modernconstructioncorp.com (Construction Company Commercial) Montgomery Engineering (615) 230-9089 114C West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.montgomeryengineering.com (Engineering Services)

Mr. GoodRoof

(615) 824-8100 273 West Main Street Hendersonville TN 37075 www.mrgoodroof.com (Construction Company - Roofing, Windows & Doors)

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Olympian Construction Co., LLC (615) 248-8843 189 Center Point Road South Hendersonville TN 37075 www.olympianconstruction.com (Construction Company Commercial)

Swim World Pools, Inc. (615) 452-7665 211 West Eastland Gallatin TN 37066 www.swimworldpool.com (Pool Design, Sales, Service, and Installation)

Randy Jones Construction (615) 452-7731 604 Lilycrest Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.randyjonesconstruction.com (Construction Company Residential)

Tru Vista Windows and Doors (615) 230-7795 124 Factory Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.truvistawindowsanddoors.com (Home Improvements - Windows & Doors)

Ryan Homes (615) 377-6840 93 Seaboard Lane, Ste 201 Brentwood TN 37027 www.ryanhomes.com (Construction Company Commercial & Residential)

TSI Construction (615) 230-2011 171-C Factory Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.tsiconstruction.net (Construction Companies Commercial & Residential)

SERVPRO OF SUMNER COUNTY (615) 822-0200 730 Airport Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.servpro.com/Franchise/8950 (Commercial & Residential)

Sherwin-Williams

(615) 452-4661 697 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.sherwin-williams.com (Home Improvement - Painting, Wall Repair, Wall Papering) SRS, Inc. (615) 230-2966 131 Saundersville Road, Ste 210 Hendersonville TN 37075 www.srsincorp.com (Construction Company; Emergency & Restoration Services)

Sumner Glass, LLC

Steve Morgan (615) 325-5199 123A Sandye Avenue Portland TN 37148 (Home Improvement - Glass, Mirrors, Windows & Doors)

GALLATIN AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Wallace Custom Builders, LLC

(615) 451-9509 1529 Hunt Club Blvd., Ste. 500 Gallatin TN 37066 www.wallacecustombuilders.com (Construction Company Commercial & Residential) _____________________________

EMERGENCY SERVICES _____________________________

Gallatin Fire Department (615) 452-2771 119 G. F. D. Memorial Boulevard Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatin-tn.gov (Emergency Services) Gallatin Police Department (615) 452-1313 130 West Franklin Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinpd.org (Emergency Services) Sumner County Emergency Management Agency (615) 452-7584 255 Airport Road Gallatin TN 37066 sumnerema.org (Emergency Services) Sumner County Emergency Medical Services (615) 451-0429 255 Airport Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnerems.org (Emergency Services)

Sumner County Sheriff's Office (615) 452-2616 117 West Smith Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnersheriff.com (Emergency Services) _____________________________

FAMILY, COMMUNITY & CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS _____________________________ Actors Point Theatre Company (615) 431-9620 170D East Main Street #236 Hendersonville TN 37075 www.actorspointtheatre.com (Non Profit Organization) American Cancer Society, Inc. (615) 341-7314 2000 Charlotte Avenue Nashville TN 37203 www.relayforlife.org/gallatintn (Non Profit Organization) American Legion Post 17 (615) 452-0590 1140 South Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.americanlegionpost 17gallatintn.org (Non Profit Organization) Ashley's Place/Child Advocacy Center (615) 451-2169 315 West Smith Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.ashleysplace.net (Non Profit Organization) Better Business Bureau (615) 250-4222 201 4th Avenue North, Ste 100 Nashville TN 37219 www.gobbb.org (Non Profit Organization) Children Are People, Inc. (615) 230-5702 117 East Winchester Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.childrenarepeopletn.org (Non Profit Organization) COMPASS (615) 451-5200 695 East Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnercompass.org (Non Profit Organization - Social & Human Services)


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Cumberland Crisis Pregnancy Center (615) 451-1717 2229 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.ccpchope.org (Non Profit Organization) Friends of Bledsoe Creek State Park, Inc. (615) 347-3639 400 Zieglers Fort Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.friendsofbledsoe.com (Non Profit Organization) Friends of the Gallatin Public Library (615) 452-1722 123 East Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 (Non Profit Organization) Gallatin Arts Council (615) 452-9129 PO Box 1522 Gallatin TN 37066 www.GallatinArtsCouncil.org (Non Profit Organization) Gallatin Chamber Foundation (615) 452-4000 PO Box 26 Gallatin TN 37066 (Non Profit Organization) Gallatin Lions Club PO Box 912 Gallatin TN 37066 www.lionsclub.org (Civic Organization) Gallatin Public Library (615) 452-1722 123 East Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinlibrary.org (Library) Gallatin Rotary Club (Noon) PO Box 182 Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinrotary.org (Civic Organizations) Gallatin Senior Citizens Center, Inc. (615) 451-1531 200 East Franklin Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinseniorcenter.org (Non Profit Organization)

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Gallatin Shalom Zone, Inc. (615) 442-7575 600 Small Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinshalomzone.org (Non Profit Organization) Good Neighbor Mission (615) 452-7337 600 Small Street, Ste 101 Gallatin TN 37066 www.goodneighbormission.com (Non Profit Organization - Social & Human Services) Greater Gallatin, Inc. (615) 452-5692 PO Box 1593 Gallatin TN 37066 www.downtowngallatin.com (Non Profit Organization) Habilitation and Training Services, Inc. (HATS, Inc.) (615) 451-0974 545 Airport Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.hatstn.org (Non Profit Organization)

Habitat for Humanity of Sumner County (615) 452-9606 327 Sumner Hall Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.habitatsumnercounty.org (Non Profit Organization) Historic Cragfont, Inc. (615) 452-7070 200 Cragfont Road Castalian Springs TN 37031 www.cragfont.net (Non Profit Organization) Junior Service League of Gallatin 949 Lakeshore Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.jslgallatin.org (Civic Organization) Leadership Sumner (615) 445-0185 PO Box 1434 Gallatin TN 37066 www.leadershipsumner.com (Non Profit Organization)

Mid-Cumberland Community Action Agency (615) 452-7570 600 Small Street, Ste 122 Gallatin TN 37066 www.midcumberland.org (Non Profit Organization - Social & Human Services) Miss Gallatin (615) 804-8544 Gallatin TN 37066 missgallatin.weebly.com (Non Profit Organization) Newcomers & Community Club of Sumner County (615) 815-4538 PO Box 2915 Hendersonville TN 37075 www.newcomerssumner.org (Non Profit Organization) Papillion Center for FASD (615) 590-7213 2042 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.papillioncenter.org (Non Profit Organization) Recovery Court of Sumner County (615) 442-1277 117 West Smith Street Gallatin TN 37066 recoverycourt.com (Non Profit Organization)

Rock Castle State Historic Site

(615) 824-0502 139 Rock Castle Lane Hendersonville TN 37075 www.historicrockcastle.com (Non Profit Organization) Rose Mont (615) 451-2331 810 South Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.historicrosemont.org (Non Profit Organization) Safe Place for Animals (SPA), Animal Rescue, Veterinary Clinic, & Grooming Center (615) 451-7342 905 Mallard Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.safeplaceforanimals.com (Non Profit Organization)

Salvus Center, Inc. (615) 451-0038 556 Hartsville Pike, Ste 200 Gallatin TN 37066 www.salvuscenter.org (Non Profit Organization) Sumner Business Exchange (615) 207-5576 www.sumnerbusinessexchange.com (Non Profit Organization) Sumner County CASA, Inc. (615) 451-1688 182 West Franklin Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnercasa.net (Non Profit Organization) Sumner County Food Bank (615) 452-3890 1021 Woods Ferry Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnercountyfoodbank.com (Non Profit Organization) Sumner County Museum (615) 451-3738 183 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnercountymuseum.org (Non Profit Organization) Sumner Spay Neuter Alliance (615) 452-2233 720 Blythe Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnerspayneuteralliance.org (Non Profit Organization) Sumner Teen Center (615) 530-8248 976 Grassland Place Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnerteencenter.org (Non Profit Organization) Tennessee Rehabilitation Center (615) 451-5826 1019 Union School Road Gallatin TN 37066 tn.gov/humanservices (Social Services, Human Services, & Career Services) United Way of Sumner County (615) 461-8371 1531 Hunt Club Boulevard Suite 110 Gallatin TN 37066 www.unitedwaysumner.org (Non Profit Organization)

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Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 240 Sumner County (888) 568-0085 73-R New Shackle Island Rd Hendersonville TN 37075 www.vva240.com (Non Profit Organization)

Capital Risk Management Group (615) 230-7704 518 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.crmgtn.com (Insurance)

Volunteer Friends of Sumner Regional Medical Center, Inc. (615) 328-5517 555 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.mysumnermedical.com (Non Profit Organization)

(615) 575-7060 885 Green Lea Boulevard Gallatin TN 37066 www.capstarbank.com (Financial Institutions)

VSA Tennessee (615) 210-8819 1210 Lake Rise Place Gallatin TN 37066 www.vsatn.org (Non Profit Organization) _____________________________

FINANCE & INSURANCE _____________________________ Advance Financial (615) 230-7850 540 Village Green Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.af247.com (Financial Services) Grinstead Agency 615-442-8688

Allstate Insurance Chris Grinstead Agency

(615) 442-8688 180 North Belvedere Drive, Ste 6 Gallatin TN 37066 agents.allstate.com/christophergrinstead-gallatin.tn (Insurance)

Allstate Insurance Larry Maynard

(615) 452-1500 208 North Locust Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.allstate.com (Insurance) Business Credit Reports (615) 989-7006 1645 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.businesscreditreports.com (Financial Services) Cambridge Mortgage (615) 230-1998 115-B East Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.cambridgemortgageinc.com (Financial Services - Mortgages)

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Carl Wells & Associates (615) 452-1968 1038 South Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.wellsinsuranceagency.com (Insurance) Choice One Insurance Services LLC (615) 633-3467 1175 Nashville Pike, Ste B Gallatin TN 37066 www.choiceonetn.com (Insurance)

Citizens Bank

(615) 206-1748 150 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.cbtenn.com (Financial Institutions)

Coley Insurance Agency (615) 452-3651 113 East Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.coleyins.com (Insurance)

Country Financial Robert Hesson (615) 791-4278 35 Executive Park, Ste D Hendersonville TN 37075 www.countryfinancial.com/ robert.hesson (Financial Services; Insurance) Darrell Woodcock, Jr., CFP Apex Financial Planning (615) 206-8731 118 Public Square Gallatin TN 37066 (Financial Services - Investment)

Edward Jones Investments Rick Murphy (615) 452-9927 600 Commons Drive, Ste 100 Gallatin TN 37066 www.edwardjones.com (Financial Services - Investment, Stocks & Bonds; Insurance)

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Edward Jones Investments Todd Johnson

(615) 451-0541 1526 Hunt Club Blvd., Ste 510 Gallatin TN 37066 www.edwardjones.com (Financial Services - Investment, Stocks & Bonds; Insurance) Farm Credit Mid-America (615) 444-1861 1212 South Hartmann Drive Lebanon TN 37090 www.e-farmcredit.com (Financial Services) Farmers Insurance - Elizabeth Hobdy Jones (615) 452-7037 402 Maple Street Gallatin TN 37066 facebook.com/farmersinsurance hobdyjonesagency (Insurance)

Farmers Insurance - Richard Poole Agency (615) 206-8276 967B Grassland Place Gallatin TN 37066 www.farmersagent.com/rpoole1 (Insurance; Financial Services) First Heritage Credit (615) 451-4407 692 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 1stheritagecredit.com (Financial Services)

First Tennessee Bank

(615) 452-1464 668 Nashville Pike, Ste 100 Gallatin TN 37066 www.firsttennessee.com (Financial Institutions)

H & R Block (615) 452-8183 488 East Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.hrblock.com (Financial Services - Tax Preparation)

H & R Block (615) 230-1055 1025 Nashville Pike, Ste 10 Gallatin TN 37066 www.hrblock.com (Financial Services - Tax Preparation) Heritage Financial Group (HFG) (615) 255-2091 100 Bluegrass Commons Boulevard, Ste 300 I Hendersonville TN 37075 www.hfg.net (Insurance)

Holm Insurance Agency (970) 556-4916 134 Spencer Springs Drive Gallatin TN 37066 tagins.net (Insurance)

Lee Raines Insurance Agency, Inc. (615) 452-5833 819 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.leerainesinsurance.com (Insurance)

Nationwide Insurance Joe Newman Agency (615) 452-7439 1048 South Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.newmaninsuranceagency.net (Insurance)

Nicol Financial Services

(615) 390-0445 450 West Main Street, Ste 105 Gallatin TN 37066 www.nicolfinancial.com (Financial Services - Investment, Stocks & Bonds)


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Paul Winkler Inc.

(615) 461-8653 150 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.paulwinkler.net (Financial Services - Investment) Personal Finance Company (615) 461-7073 536 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.personalfinancecompany.com (Financial Services) Regions Bank - East Main Branch (615) 230-4600 285 East Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.regions.com/ (Financial Institutions) Regions Bank - Nashville Pike (615) 230-4688 1140 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.regions.com (Financial Institutions)

Reliant Bank

(615) 575-7200 1204 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.reliantbank.com (Financial Institutions) Reliant Bank Mortgage Services (615) 590-6400 711 East Main Street, Ste 105 Hendersonville TN 37075 www.reliantbankmortgage.com (Financial Services - Mortgages) Shelter Insurance (615) 452-2472 450 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.shelterinsurance.com (Insurance)

Simmons Bank (615) 452-6869 1135 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.simmonsfirst.com (Financial Institutions)

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Sirls-London Agency, Inc. (615) 452-8080 111 North Trigg Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.sirlslondonagency gallatintn.com (Insurance) State Farm Insurance - Anna Stephens (615) 452-2740 126 East Main Street, Ste B Gallatin TN 37066 www.statefarm.com (Insurance)

State Farm Insurance Craig Hayes (615) 452-1303 1172 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.craighayes.net (Insurance)

State Farm Insurance Jeannie Gregory

(615) 452-7133 180 North Belvedere Drive, Ste 2 Gallatin TN 37066 www.sfagentforyou.com (Insurance) State Farm Insurance Matthew Thomson (615) 452-5735 221 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.sfagentnashville.com (Insurance)

Sumner Bank & Trust (615) 451-4151 780 Browns Lane Gallatin TN 37066 sumnerbankandtrust.com (Financial Institutions)

Sumner County Farm Bureau (615) 452-3130 400 North Boyers Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.FBITN.com (Insurance)

The Tennessee Credit Union (615) 452-7910 716 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.ttcu.org (Financial Services)

US Bank

(615) 451-7580 600 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.usbank.com (Financial Institutions)

Volunteer State Bank (615) 452-6666 615 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.volstatebank.com (Financial Institutions)

Wilson Bank & Trust

(615) 442-1470 455 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.wilsonbank.com (Financial Institutions) _____________________________

GOVERNMENT, EDUCATION & INDIVIDUALS _____________________________ Access Program (The) (615) 852-1811 600 Small Street, Ste 125B Gallatin TN 37066 (Personnel Services) Baker Ring - Sumner County Commissioner (615) 585-6819 461 Brady Lane Gallatin TN 37066 (Elected Official) CITY of Gallatin Attorney (615) 230-0681 132 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinonthemove.com (City of Gallatin - Attorney)

CITY of Gallatin - Building Codes Department (615) 451-5968 132 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinonthemove.com (City of Gallatin - Codes Department) CITY of Gallatin Engineering Department (615) 451-5965 132 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinonthemove.com (City of Gallatin - City Engineer) CITY of Gallatin Finance Department (615) 451-5963 132 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinonthemove.com (City of Gallatin - Director of Finance) CITY of Gallatin Human Resources/Personnel (615) 451-5890 132 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinonthemove.com (City of Gallatin - Human Resources/Personnel) CITY of Gallatin - Information Technology Cameron Calvert (615) 451-5892 132 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinonthemove.com (City of Gallatin - Information Technology) CITY of Gallatin - Parks & Recreation (615) 451-5911 210 Albert Gallatin Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinleisureservices.com (City of Gallatin - Parks & Recreation) CITY of Gallatin - Mayor's Office - Mayor Paige Brown (615) 451-5961 132 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinonthemove.com (City of Gallatin - Mayor's Office)

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CITY of Gallatin Planning Department (615) 451-5796 132 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinonthemove.com (City of Gallatin - Planning Department) CITY of Gallatin - Public Works Department (615) 451-5909 641 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinonthemove.com (City of Gallatin - Public Works Department) CITY of Gallatin Recorder/ City Judge Connie Kittrell (615) 451-5895 132 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinonthemove.com (City of Gallatin - Recorder/City Judge) CITY of Gallatin Special Projects Director (615) 451-5961 c/o Gallatin Economic Development 132 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinonthemove.com (City of Gallatin - Special Projects Director) Elite Education (615) 388-8879 134 West Eastland Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 (Day Care and Pre-school) Gallatin Day Care Center (615) 452-2518 108 South Park Circle Gallatin TN 37066 (Day Care and Pre-school) Gallatin Housing Authority (615) 452-1661 401 North Boyers Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinha.com (Government Agency)

Hendersonville Christian Academy

Howard Elementary (615) 452-3025 805 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnerschools.org (Education - Public Schools) Kathryn Strong, Circuit Court Clerk (615) 451-3209 101 Public Square Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnercourts.com (Elected Official)

Lindsey Wilson College

(270) 384-8040 c/o Volunteer State Community College Campus 1480 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.lindsey.edu (Education - Advanced Training) Louis W. Oliver, III, Chancellor (615) 451-6004 100 Public Square, Third Floor Gallatin TN 37066 (Elected Official) Pope John Paul II High School (615) 822-2375 117 Caldwell Drive Hendersonville TN 37075 www.jp2hs.org (Education - Private Schools) Southside Baptist Church & K-12 Christian School (615) 452-5951 1028 South Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.southsidegallatin.org (Education - Private Schools) St. John Vianney Catholic Church and School (615) 230-7048 449 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.saintjohnvianney.org (Education - Private Schools)

(615) 824-1550 355 Old Shackle Island Road Hendersonville TN 37075 www.hcacrusaders.com (Education - Private Schools

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State Representative William Lamberth (615) 741-1980 301 6th Avenue North, Ste 32, Legislative Plaza Nashville TN 37243 www.votelamberth.com (Elected Official)

Sumner County Executive Anthony Holt (615) 452-3604 355 Belvedere Drive North, Ste 102 Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnertn.org (Sumner County Executive)

State Senator Ferrell Haile (615) 741-1999 301 6th Avenue N, Ste 10A , Legislative Plaza Nashville TN 37431 www.haileforsenate.com (Government Officials)

Sumner County Health Department (615) 206-1100 1005 Union School Road Gallatin TN 37066 (Government Agency)

Steve Camp (615) 452-8947 118 Wayne Drive Gallatin TN 37066 (Elected Official) Sumner Academy (615) 452-1914 464 Nichols Lane Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumneracademy.org (Education - Private Schools) Sumner County Anti-Drug Coalition (615) 461-8243 102B Public Square Gallatin TN 37066 sumnercoalition.org (Non Profit Organization) Sumner County Assessor of Property (615) 452-2412 355 North Belvedere Drive, Ste 206 Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnerassessor.org (Sumner County Accessor of Property) Sumner County Board of Education (615) 451-5200 695 East Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnerschools.org (Education - School Board) Sumner County Clerk - Bill Kemp (615) 452-4063 355 North Belvedere Drive Gallatin TN 37066 (Sumner County Clerk)

Sumner County Register of Deeds (615) 452-3892 355 North Belvedere Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.deeds.sumnercounty.org (Sumner County Register of Deeds) Sumner County Trustee - Marty Nelson (615) 452-1260 355 North Belvedere Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.electnelson.com (Sumner County Trustee) Tennessee College of Applied Technology Hartsville (615) 374-2147 716 McMurry Boulevard Hartsville TN 37074 www.tcathartsville.edu (Education - Advanced Training)

Trevecca Nazarene University

(615) 248-1529 c/o Volunteer State Community College, 1480 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.trevecca.edu/mhr (Education - Advanced Training)

Union University

(615) 447-2500 205 Indian Lake Boulevard Hendersonville TN 37075 www.uu.edu/hendersonville (Education - Advanced Training)


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US Army Recruiting Center (615) 452-0463 160 North Belvedere Drive Gallatin TN 37066 goarmy.com (Recruiting Center) Volunteer State Community College (615) 230-3571 1480 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.volstate.edu (Education - Advanced Training)

Welch College (615) 844-5000 3606 West End Avenue Nashville TN 37205 www.welch.edu (Education - Advanced Training) WorkForce Essentials, Inc. (615) 452-1964 175 College Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.workforceessentials.com (Non Profit Organization - Career Services & Training)

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Care All (615) 644-4972 326 Welch Road Nashville TN 37211 www.careallinc.com (Home Health Care)

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Children's Dentistry of Gallatin (615) 461-7491 200 South Westland Avenue, Ste 2 Gallatin TN 37066 www.cdgkids.com (Dentistry, Orthodontics, and Pediatrics) Cumberland Mental Health Services, Inc. (615) 452-1354 510 East Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.vbhcs.org (Mental Health) (Mental Health)

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HEALTH CARE _____________________________ Alive Hospice (615) 332-2589 1718 Patterson Street Nashville TN 37203 www.alivehospice.org (Hospice Care) Angie Davenport Counseling (615) 708-6160 118 Public Square Gallatin TN 37066 angiedavenportcounseling.com (Mental Health; Counseling Services) Brookdale Senior Living - Gallatin (615) 451-7722 400 Hancock Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.brookdale.com (Assisted Living Facility) Burchfield, Richardson, McLeod, Shea, West & Hamilton (615) 451-0015 355A Hancock Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.omspartners.com (Dentistry)

Gallatin Optical (615) 452-2111 137 West Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinoptical.com (Optometry and Optical Services)

First Step Prosthetics (615) 461-8557 1406 East Broadway, Ste A Gallatin TN 37066 www.firststepprosthetics.com (Medical Equipment) Gallatin Center for Rehabilitation & Healing (615) 452-2322 438 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.GallatinCenterRehab.com (Skilled Nursing Care; Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation) Gallatin Children's Clinic (615) 451-9246 648 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.ourvipkids.com (Pediatrics) Gallatin Dental Care (615) 452-2191 1101 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatindentalcare.com (Dentistry)

Gallatin Smiles Dentistry (615) 241-8022 923 Nashville Pike, Ste A Gallatin TN 37066 gallatinsmilesdentistry.com (Dentistry) Generation Chiropractic (615) 527-7960 179 Hancock Street, Ste 200 Gallatin TN 37066 www.thegenerationchiro.com (Chiropractic)

Moore Life Urgent Care (615) 461-8784 253 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.moorelifeurgentcare.com (Physicians and Clinic; Walk In Clinic) Morningside of Gallatin (615) 230-5600 1085 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.morningsideassisted living.com (Assisted Living Facility)

NHC Healthcare, NHC Place Sumner

H. Glenn Jones, D. D. S. (615) 452-6765 528 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 (Dentistry)

(615) 451-0788 140 Thorne Boulevard Gallatin TN 37066 www.nhcplacesumner.com (Assisted Living Facility; Physical Therapy Rehabilitation; Secure Memory Care; Skilled Nursing Care; Residential Living Apartments)

Hendersonville Medical Center (615) 338-1000 355 New Shackle Island Road Hendersonville TN 37075 hendersonvillemedicalcenter.com (Hospitals)

Oral Health Associates, PLLC (615) 451-3833 614 Commons Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.oralhealthgallatin.com (Dentistry)

Mary Cay Koen, DDS, MS (615) 452-2868 355 Hancock Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.koenorthospecialists.com (Dentistry and Orthodontics)

Orgain Family Vision Care (615) 824-5486 131 Indian Lake Road Hendersonville TN 37075 www.greateyes.org (Optometry and Optical Services)

Mays Dentistry Family and Cosmetic (615) 452-1225 200 South Westland Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.maysdentistry.com (Dentistry)

Perkins Drugs and Gift Shoppe (615) 452-6111 532 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.perkinsdrugs.com (Pharmacies/Drug Stores)

Middle Tennessee Chiropractic P.L.L.C.

(615) 461-7359 617 Hartsville Pike, Ste B Gallatin TN 37066 www.middletnchiro.com (Chiropractic)

Right Care Family Practice PLLC

(615) 452-0035 323 Steam Plant Road Gallatin TN 37066 rightcarefamilypractice.org (Physicians and Clinic; Walk In Clinic)

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Rippy Family Dentistry (615) 451-9300 661 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 gallatinfamilydentist.com (Dentistry) Robert G. Glass, D.D.S. (615) 230-6611 615 Commons Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.cosmeticdentistgallatin.com (Dentistry) Salvus Center, Inc. (615) 451-0038 556 Hartsville Pike, Ste 200 Gallatin TN 37066 www.salvuscenter.org (Physicians and Clinic) Smile Construction Orthodontics (615) 824-8929 608B Commons Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.smileconstruction.com (Dentistry and Orthodontics) Smile Maker Orthodontics (615) 865-6551 200 Gleaves Street, Ste C Madison TN 37115 www.smilemaker.com (Orthodontics) Southern Sports Medical Institute (615) 452-3320 570 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.southern-sports.com (Sports Medicine) Star Physical Therapy (615) 451-5158 940 Memory Lane, Ste 103 Gallatin TN 37066 www.STARpt.com (Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation) Station Camp Children's Clinic (615) 451-7222 225 Big Station Camp Road, Ste 204 Gallatin TN 37066 www.ourvipkids.com (Pediatrics) Sumner County Health Department (615) 206-1100 1005 Union School Road Gallatin TN 37066 (Health Department)

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Sumner Medical Group Saint Thomas Partners (615) 230-8070 300 Steam Plant Road, Ste 300 Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnermedical.com (Physicians and Clinics)

Sumner Regional Medical Center (615) 328-8888 555 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.mysumnermedical.com (Hospitals)

Swauger Pediatric Dentistry (615) 824-5047 100 Springhouse Court, Ste. 110 Hendersonville TN 37075 www.KRSpd.com (Dentistry) Tennessee Orthopedics (615) 461-7335 556 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.tennesseeorthopedics.com (Orthopedics) Tigges Chiropractic (615) 452-1575 529 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinchiropractic.com (Chiropractic) Tricare Pharmacy, LLC (615) 461-7078 179 Hancock Street, Ste 301 Gallatin TN 37066 www.tricarepharmacytn.com (Pharmacies/Drug Stores) Tristar Medical Group - Fairvue (615) 230-8601 1720 Nashville Pike, Ste 100 Gallatin TN 37066 www.tristarmedicalgroupfairvue.com (Physicians and Clinics) Vanderbilt Health Affiliated Network (615) 875-0502 512 Autumn Springs Court, Ste 100C Franklin TN 37067 (Physicians and Clinic)

GALLATIN AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Waters of Gallatin (The) (615) 452-7132 555 East Bledsoe Street Gallatin TN 37066 (Skilled Nursing Care; Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation; Residential - Senior Living Apartments) _____________________________

HOME & GARDEN _____________________________ Charlie Taylor Homes (615) 230-1904 1326 South Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.charlietaylorhomes.com (Manufactured Home Sales) Clean Quik Carpets (615) 810-1996 3942 Dickerson Pike Nashville TN 37207 www.cleanquikcarpetservice.com (Carpet & Floor Cleaning) Douglas Lawn & Landscaping, LLC (615) 347-8216 1025 Barry Lane Gallatin TN 37066 www.douglaslawnco.com (Landscaping and Lawn Service)

Extreme Lawn Service & Landscaping

(615) 828-3801 639 Coles Ferry Road Gallatin TN 37066 (Landscaping and Lawn Service)

Puryear Farms Nursery/ Landscaping (615) 452-8948 1490 Cherokee Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.puryearfarms.com (Landscaping and Lawn Service) R & S Groundskeeping (615) 451-7911 805 East Robertson Road Castalian Springs TN 37031 www.facebook.com/ RsGroundskeepingAndNurseryLlc (Landscaping and Lawn Service)

Sherwin-Williams

(615) 452-4661 697 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.sherwin-williams.com (Interior Design)

Tennessee Hardware

(615) 452-9309 441 East Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 www.tennesseeace.com (Home Improvement Items) _____________________________

INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES AND SERVICES _____________________________

Long Hollow Gardens & Nursery

Max Electric Motor Service (615) 452-2970 170 James Street Gallatin TN 37066 (Electric Motors - Sales and Service; Dealers & Repairing) _____________________________

Lowe's of Gallatin

Cumberland River Cruises.com (615) 451-4001 450 Cherokee Dock Road Lebanon TN 37087 www.cumberlandrivercruises.com (River Cruises)

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(615) 451-2666 2064 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.longhollowgardens.com (Nursery - Garden Center; Landscape Design/ Architectural Services) (615) 230-2708 1301 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.lowes.com (Home Improvement Items)

LODGING & TRAVEL _____________________________

Econolodge (615) 452-5433 221 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 choicehotels.com (Hotels, Motels, and Lodging)


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Hampton Inn - Gallatin (615) 206-9595 980 Village Green Crossing Gallatin TN 37066 www.hamptoninn.com (Hotels, Motels, and Lodging)

AmeriGas Propane L.P. (615) 452-3843 1290 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.amerigas.com (Distribution - Gas, Oil, Propane)

Historic Cragfont, Inc. (615) 452-7070 200 Cragfont Road Castalian Springs TN 37031 www.cragfont.net (Historic Home)

Associated Packaging, Inc. (615) 452-2131 435 Calvert Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.associatedpackaging.com (Distribution - Wholesale: Packaging Machinery & Materials)

Quality Inn (615) 451-4494 1001 Village Green Crossing Gallatin TN 37066 www.choicehotels.com (Hotels, Motels, and Lodging)

Rock Castle State Historic Site

(615) 824-0502 139 Rock Castle Lane Hendersonville TN 37075 www.historicrockcastle.com (Historic Home)

CDF Distributors (615) 338-7480 254 West Eastland Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.cdfdistributors.com (Distribution - Commercial Doors)

Charles C. Parks Company (615) 452-2406 500 North Belvedere Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.charlescparks.com (Distribution - Groceries)

Rose Mont (615) 451-2331 810 South Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.historicrosemont.org (Historic Home)

Cresent Fine Furniture (615) 452-1671 350 Maple Street Gallatin TN 37066 cresent.com (Manufacturer - Furniture)

Sumner County Convention & Visitors Bureau (615) 230-8474 2310 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.VisitSumnerTN.com (Tourism)

Dean Oil Company (615) 452-2947 163 James Circle Gallatin TN 37066 www.deanoilco.com (Distribution - Gas, Oil, Propane)

Sumner County Museum (615) 451-3738 183 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnercountymuseum.org (Museum) _____________________________

MANUFACTURING, DISTRIBUTION, PRODUCTION, & WHOLESALE _____________________________ American Mechanical Inc. (615) 452-7103 154 Commerce Way Gallatin TN 37066 www.amichicago.com (Manufacturer - Pipefitting/ Fabrication)

Gap Inc. (615) 230-2300 100 GAP Boulevard Gallatin TN 37066 www.GAPinc.com (Distribution - Clothing)

Garrott Brothers Continuous Mix

(615) 452-2385 375 Red River Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.garrottbros.com (Manufacturer - Concrete) ITW CIP Fasteners (615) 452-1002 850 Steam Plant Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.itwcip.com (Manufacturer - Fasteners)

Laminate Technologies of Tennessee (615) 451-4554 1356 Gateway Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.lamtech.net (Manufacturer - Laminated Panels)

Tim Bar Packaging and Display (615) 452-0110 1440 Airport Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.timbar.com (Manufacturer - Packaging and Display)

LSC Communications (615) 452-5170 801 Steam Plant Road Gallatin TN 37066 lsccom.com (Manufacturer - Printing Company)

TVA Gallatin Fossil Plant (615) 230-4000 1499 Steam Plant Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.tva.gov (Manufacturer - Power Company - Public)

Max Electric Motor Service (615) 452-2970 170 James Street Gallatin TN 37066 (Manufacturer - Electric Motors) Newgy Industries, Inc. (615) 452-6470 1044 Avondale Road Hendersonville TN 37075 www.newgy.com (Manufacturer - Table Tennis Robots)

Wil-Ro, Inc. (615) 452-6119 1155 Old Highway 109 North Gallatin TN 37066 www.wil-ro.com (Manufacturer - Truck & Bus Bodies/Truck Trailers) _____________________________

PERSONAL SERVICES & CARE _____________________________

NIC Global

(615) 206-0455 501 Belvedere Drive North Gallatin TN 37066 www.nicglobalms.com (Manufacturer - Precision Sheet Metal Products) R. C. Owen Company (615) 452-5658 310 Blythe Street Gallatin TN 37066 (Manufacturer - Tobacco Warehouse) Rogers Group, Inc. (615) 451-4777 2124 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.rogersgroupinc.com (Distribution - Stone and Asphalt)

Simpson Strong-Tie Company, Inc.

(615) 230-8788 375 North Belvedere Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.strongtie.com (Manufacturer - Safety Products for Homes/Buildings)

Ambassadors Formalwear by Gilda

(615) 865-4640 1714 Gallatin Road North Madison TN 37115 ambassadorsformalwear bygilda.com (Wedding Planner)

Angie Davenport Counseling (615) 708-6160 118 Public Square Gallatin TN 37066 angiedavenportcounseling.com (Counseling Services)

Chef Christopher's Catering/Epic Event Centre

(615) 452-1912 392 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.chefchristopherscatering.com (Wedding Planning)

The Clean Up Crew

(615) 947-5263 114 Phosphate Lane Gallatin TN 37066 (Cleaning Services)

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enVme Hair Studio (615) 979-0206 940 Memory Lane, Ste 102 Gallatin TN 37066 (Beauty Services - Hair Salon) Govan's Salon and Coffee Cafe (615) 206-9777 116 North Water Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.govanexpressions.com (Beauty Services - Hair & Nails Salon)

Hair and Body Day Spa & Salon

(615) 230-2962 179 Hancock Street, Ste 205  Gallatin TN 37066 www.hairandbodydayspa.com (Beauty Services - Hair, Nails & Body Salon; Massage Therapy) Image Essentials (615) 452-8493 1003 Cairo Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.joycecolor.com (Personal Services) Mary J. Clement, Ph.D. (615) 206-1553 118 Public Square Gallatin TN 37066 www.trueemotionalwellness.com (Health and Wellness)

Ms. Sue's Med Spa

(615) 452-6677 180 North Belvedere Drive, Ste 20 Gallatin TN 37066 www.mssuesmedspa.com (Skin Care & Med Spa; Massage Therapy; Cosmetics; Beauty Services; Nail Salon)

SERVPRO OF SUMNER COUNTY (615) 822-0200 730 Airport Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.servpro.com/Franchise/8950 (Cleaning Services) Shangri-La Massage & Wellness Center (615) 451-2708 450 West Main Street, Ste C-3 Gallatin TN 37066 www.shangrilamassage studio.com (Therapeutic Massage) Signature Cleaners (615) 206-0067 166 North Belvedere Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.signaturecleaners.com (Dry Cleaners)

Sport Clips Haircuts (Patlan LLC)

(615) 451-7399 1101 Nashville Pike, Ste 170 Gallatin TN 37066 (Beauty Services - Hair Salon) _____________________________

PETS & VETERINARY _____________________________ Critter Clinic (615) 452-1477 522 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.critterclinic.com (Veterinarian; Pet Services: Grooming, Boarding, Pet Care Supplies)

Papillion Center for FASD (615) 590-7213 2042 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.papillioncenter.org (Counseling Services - Non Profit) Patty Cakes / Lily Lane Vintage Rental (615) 351-3134 325 Buckingham Boulevard Gallatin TN 37066 www.pattycakes-tn.com (Wedding Planning)

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The Groom Room Dog Salon + Boutique (615) 461-8031 685 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.thegroomroomtn.com (Pet Grooming Services; Pet Supplies)

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McMillan Veterinary Clinic (615) 451-0522 426 Maple Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.mcmillanvetclinic.com (Veterinarian/Pet Services; Pet Grooming Services; Pet Sitting/ Boarding; Pet Care Supplies)

Middle Tennessee Chiropractic P.L.L.C.

(615) 461-7359 617 Hartsville Pike, Ste B Gallatin TN 37066 www.middletnchiro.com (Veterinarian Chiropractic Care) Pristine Pup (615) 530-7877 154 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.pristinepup.com (Pet Grooming Services; Pet Care & Supplies; Boarding Services) Safe Place for Animals (SPA), Animal Rescue, Veterinary Clinic & Grooming Center (615) 451-7342 905 Mallard Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.safeplaceforanimals.com (Animal Shelter; Pet Grooming Services) Sumner Spay Neuter Alliance (615) 452-2233 720 Blythe Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnerspayneuter alliance.org (Pet Care; Spay and Neuter Clinic) _____________________________

POLITICAL ORGANIZATION _____________________________ Republican Party of Sumner County PO Box 1055 Hendersonville TN 37075 www.sumnergop.org (Political Organization) _____________________________

PUBLIC UTILITIES & ENVIRONMENT _____________________________ Cumberland Electric Membership (615) 452-3703 745 North Blythe Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.cemc.org (Utilities)

Future Vision Energy, LLC (615) 732-8074 260 West Main Street, Ste 125 Hendersonville TN 37075 www.futurevisionenergy.com (Environmental Services; Energy Conservation) Gallatin Department of Electricity (615) 452-5152 135 Jones Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinelectric.com (Utilities) Gallatin Public Utilities (615) 451-5922 239 Hancock Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinutilities.com (Utilities) Nashville Electric Service (615) 747-3604 1214 Church Street Nashville TN 37246 www.nespower.com (Utilities) Sumner County Resource Authority (615) 452-1114 625 Rappahannock Wire Rd. Gallatin, TN 37066 (Waste Management & Removal)

UPS Store (The) (615) 230-9030 695 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.theupsstorelocal.com/3429 (Recycling Service) _____________________________

REAL ESTATE, MOVING & STORAGE _____________________________ Alicia Lange, Realtor - Coldwell Banker Barnes (615) 429-7141 923C Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.alicialange. coldwellbankerbarnes.com (Real Estate - Realtor)


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Brown Properties (615) 452-3801 1508 East Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 (Real Estate - Investments)

Capital Real Estate Services - Vanessa Binkley (615) 557-2928 365 South Hartman Street #100 Lebanon TN 37087 (Real Estate - Realtor)

Chapel Ridge of Gallatin (615) 451-0050 1590 Airport Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.chapelridgeofgallatin.com (Residential - Apartment Complex)

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Foxland Crossing

(615) 451-7330 1391 Foxland Boulevard Gallatin TN 37066 www.foxlandcrossing.com (Residential - Apartment Complex)

Gallatin Mini Storage

(615) 452-8091 120 Nichols Lane Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinministorage.com (Storage Facility; Moving Consultant; Warehouse Available)

Charlie Taylor Homes (615) 230-1904 1326 South Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.charlietaylorhomes.com (Manufactured Home Sales)

Gene Carman Real Estate & Auctions (615) 452-5341 1195 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.carmanrealestate.com (Real Estate - Real Estate & Auctioneers)

Christian Towers of Gallatin (615) 452-9363 138 East Franklin Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.christiantowersofgallatin.org (Residential - Senior Living Apartments)

Green & Little, L.P. (615) 452-4500 1175 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.greenlittle.com (Land Development)

Cozy Living (615) 452-2046 1275 South Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 (Residential - Mobile Home Community) East Camp Village (615) 451-3610 265 East Camp Trail Gallatin TN 37066 (Residential - Mobile Home Communities) Exit Realty Garden Gate Team (615) 989-7733 180 North Belvedere Drive, Ste #10 Gallatin TN 37066 NorthNashvilleHomeFinder.com (Real Estate - Realtors)

Gregory Real Estate, LLC (615) 452-9949 145 Ziegler's Fort Road Gallatin TN 37066 (Real Estate - Realtor) Keller-Williams Realty - Ann Buchanan (615) 480-1092 145 Anderson Lane Hendersonville TN 37075 www.annbuchanan.com (Real Estate - Realtor) Littlestone of Village Green (615) 451-1500 1008 Village Green Crossing Gallatin TN 37066 www.littlestoneofvillagegreen.com (Residential - Apartment Complex) Maple Street Properties, LLC (615) 451-0991 179 Hancock Street, Ste 110 Gallatin TN 37066 www.maplestreetproperties.com (Real Estate - Commercial)

Martin Realty House (615) 451-0480 687 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.martinrealtyhouse.com (Real Estate - Real Estate & Auctioneers) McKendree Lambuth Retirement Community (615) 230-2267 1054 Hartsville Pike #53 Gallatin TN 37066 www.ncr.org (Residential - Planned Community - Retirement) Mudd Properties (615) 957-2695 440 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 (Real Estate - Property Management)

NHC Healthcare, NHC Place Sumner

(615) 451-0788 140 Thorne Boulevard Gallatin TN 37066 www.nhcplacesumner.com (Residential Living Apartments)

QuinnBrook Management Group LLC (615) 916-7264 544 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 (Real Estate - Property Management; Real Estate Commercial) RE/MAX Choice Properties Gwen Dowland (615) 531-0011 663 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.gwendowland.com (Real Estate - Realtor) Southeastern Building Corporation (615) 824-2500 1000 Kennesaw Boulevard Gallatin TN 37066 southeasternbuilding.com (Residential - Planned Community)

Southeastern Commercial Properties, Inc.

(615) 824-7072 1531 Hunt Club Boulevard Suite 310 Gallatin TN 37066 www.scptn.net (Real Estate - Commercial; Property Management)

Oak Tree Partners (615) 452-7500 335 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 (Real Estate Investments; Property Management; Real Estate Advisory Services)

Southgate Mini Warehouses (615) 230-6658 149 James Circle Gallatin TN 37066 (Storage Facility)

Parkside Realty (615) 600-4693 400 Overbeck Lane, Ste 101 Nashville TN 37204 www.ParksideRealty.com (Real Estate - Realtors; Real Estate Investments)

Priority One Real Estate & Auction, LLC (615) 824-0044 233 Simpson Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.PriorityOneRealEstate LLC.com (Real Estate & Auctioneers)

Stoneridge Farms @ The Hunt Club (615) 451-7057 2325 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.stoneridgehuntclub.com (Residential - Apartment Complex) Villages of Gallatin (615) 230-0017 1096 Sam Houston Circle Gallatin TN 37066 (Residential - Apartment Complex)

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RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS _____________________________ Church of Our Saviour (Episcopal) (615) 452-7146 704 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 gallatinepiscopalchurch.net (Church) Cornerstone Church (615) 865-6655 726 West Old Hickory Boulevard Madison TN 37115 www.CornerstoneNashville.org (Church) First Baptist Church (615) 452-8189 290 East Winchester Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.firstbaptistgallatin.org (Church)

First Baptist Church, Gallatin (615) 452-5715 205 East Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.fbcgallatin.org (Church)

First United Methodist Church (615) 452-1922 149 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.fumcgallatin.org (Church)

Freedom Church

(615) 451-6299 1010 Freedom Church Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.freedomfamily.us (Church) Gallatin First Church of The Nazarene (615) 452-2101 407 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinnazarene.com (Church)

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Liberty Baptist Church (615) 230-7703 1047 South Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.libertybaptistchurch ofgallatin.com (Church) Living Sent Ministries (615) 447-2520 205 Indian Lake Boulevard, Room 112 Hendersonville TN 37075 www.livingsentministries.org (Church) Living To Go Church, Inc. (615) 859-4408 502 Douglas Bend Gallatin TN 37066 www.livingtogo.org (Church) New Day Christian Ministries (615) 509-3204 152 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 (Church) Southside Baptist Church & K-12 Christian School (615) 452-5951 1028 South Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.southsidegallatin.org (Church) St. John Vianney Catholic Church and School (615) 452-2977 449 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.saintjohnvianneychurch.org (Church) ____________________________

RESTAURANTS, FOOD & BEVERAGES _____________________________ Awedaddy's Bar & Grill (615) 452-4777 727 Marina Private Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.restaurantgallatintn.com (Restaurants) Bit-O-Heaven Catering & Events (615) 905-1830 210 Douglas Bend Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.facebook.com/ heavenlymanor (Catering Services)

GALLATIN AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

BriarScratch Brewing, LLC (615) 319-1562 544 Bursby Branch Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.briarscratchbrewing.com (Brewery)

Buffalo Wild Wings

(615) 230-9464 1109 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.buffalowildwings.com (Restaurants) Campione's Taste of Chicago (615) 206-6965 179 Hancock Street, Ste 208 Gallatin TN 37066 (Restaurants) Cancun Lagoon Mexican Restaurant, LLC (615) 461-8755 382 Sumner Hall Drive Gallatin TN 37066 (Restaurants)

Chef Christopher's Catering/Epic Event Centre (615) 452-1912 392 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.chefchristophers catering.com (Catering Services)

Chick-fil-A of Gallatin (615) 230-1945 101 North Belvedere Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.chick-fil-a.com/gallatin (Restaurants)

Crescent City Gallatin

(615) 206-8819 102 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.crescentcitygallatin.com (Restaurants)

Foxland Harbor Golf and Country Club

(615) 451-2600 1445 Foxland Boulevard Gallatin TN 37066 www.foxlandharbor.com (Restaurants)

Govan's Salon and Coffee Cafe (615) 206-9777 116 North Water Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.govanexpressions.com (Coffee Shop) Half Time Sports Bar and Grill (615) 461-8362 209 West Eastland Street Gallatin TN 37066 (Restaurants) Jessica's Cupcake Co. (615) 689-2753 Gallatin TN 37066 facebook.com/ jessicascupcakeco13 (Bakery) Jet's Pizza of Gallatin (615) 451-0252 122 North Belvedere Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.jetspizza.com (Restaurants) Jersey Mike's Subs (615) 442-6500 940 Memory Lane Gallatin TN 37066 jerseymikes.com (Restaurant)s Longhorn Steakhouse (615) 206-9063 1003 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.longhornsteakhouse.com (Restaurants) Mama's Kitchen (615) 230-7865 495 East Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 (Restaurant) Mary's Place (615) 906-3066 804 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 (Restaurants)


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McDonald's Restaurant (615) 452-0521 402 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 mylocalmcds.com/gallatinmcds (Restaurants)

Tennessee Pour House, Inc. (615) 924-5663 106 Public Square Gallatin TN 37066 www.TNPourhouse.com (Coffee Shop)

Belk Department Store (615) 451-1660 555 Village Green Crossings Gallatin TN 37066 www.belk.com (Retail - Department Store)

McDonald's Restaurant (615) 451-4445 990 Greensboro Drive Gallatin TN 37066 mylocalmcds.com/gallatinmcds (Restaurants)

Wendy's #1 (615) 452-2118 927 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 (Restaurants)

Binkley Nash Furniture & Design (615) 452-7096 224 North Locust Gallatin TN 37066 binkleynashfurniture.com (Furniture & Home Decor; Interior Design)

Osaka Japanese Restaurant (615) 451-1686 223 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.osakajapaneseonline.com (Restaurants) Patty Cakes / Lily Lane Vintage Rental (615) 351-3134 325 Buckingham Boulevard Gallatin TN 37066 www.pattycakes-tn.com (Bakery) Prince Street Pizza and Pub (615) 675-4640 123 East Prince Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.princestreetpizzaandpub.com (Restaurants) Smoothie King (615) 675-4303 1101 Nashville Pike, Ste 190 Gallatin TN 37066 (Restaurants)

Wendy's #2 (615) 452-6513 233 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 (Restaurants) _____________________________

SHOPPING & SPECIALTY RETAIL _____________________________ A Daisy A Day Vintage and Antique Marketplace (615) 516-2589 122 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 facebook.com/ adaisyadayvintageandantiquemar ketplace (Retail - Antiques, Art, Marketplace)

Ambassadors Formalwear by Gilda (615) 865-4640 1714 Gallatin Road North Madison TN 37116 ambassadorsformalwear bygilda.com (Formal Wear; Tuxedo Rental)

Southern Juice & Beverage Co. (615) 675-4560 101 West Franklin Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.southernjuiceandbeverage.com A-Z Office Resource Inc. (615) 927-9517 (Restaurants) 3014 Owen Drive Antioch TN 37013 Starr Ranch www.azorinc.com (615) 478-1803 (Retail - Office Supplies & 170 North Water Avenue Furniture) Gallatin TN 37066 starrranchmail.wix.com/starrranch Batteries Plus Bulbs (Restaurants) (615) 461-8065 1545 Nashville Pike, Ste 104 Swaney Swift's on the Square Gallatin TN 37066 (615) 675-4366 www.batteriesplus.com 118 North Water Avenue (Retail - Batteries & More) Gallatin TN 37066 www.facebook.com/SwaneySwifts-on-the-Square (Restaurants)

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CHAMBER PARTNER: ____________________________ Broadway Discount Liquors

David McKenzie Jewelers (615) 452-0062 1483 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.davidmckenziejewelers.com (Retail - Jewelry; Appraisal Services) Gallatin Farmers' Market (615) 452-5692 160 West Franklin Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.downtowngallatin.com (Farmers' Market - Open Seasonally) Gallatin Floor Fashions (615) 451-1696 399 East Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinfloorfashions.com (Retail - Flooring)

(615) 451-2727 417 East Broadway Avenue Gallatin Liquor Store Gallatin TN 37066 (615) 452-7804 (Liquor Stores) ____________________________

Brown's Florist (615) 824-0857 269 West Main Street Hendersonville TN 37075 www.brownsflorist.net (Retail - Florist; Gifts) Charlie's Golf Carts (615) 451-3647 110 Joslin Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 (Golf Cart Sales & Service) Concept One Screen Printing, Inc. (615) 452-2900 210 North Locust Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.conceptonetn.com (Promotional Items)

132 North Locust Street Gallatin TN 37066 (Liquor Store)

Gibson Furniture & Patio

(615) 452-4420 141 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.gibsonfurn.com (Retail - Furniture & Appliances) Go Big Logos 844-GB-LOGOS 501 North Belvedere Drive Gallatin TN 37066 gobiglogos.com (Online Business - Signage) God's Green Earth All Natural Products (615) 596-3843 220 East Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 facebook.com/godsgreenearthanp (Health & Wellness) Goodwill Career Solutions (615) 346-1810 670 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.giveit2goodwill.org (Retail - Non-Profit Store)

The Copper Still Wine & Spirits (615) 989-1658 1176 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.facebook.com/thecopperstill (Liquor Store) Govan's Salon and Coffee Cafe (615) 206-9777 Corlew Appliance Parts & Service 116 North Water Street (615) 451-3661 Gallatin TN 37066 115 South Water Avenue www.govanexpressions.com Gallatin TN 37066 (Gift Shop) www.corlewappliance.com (Appliance Sales & Service)

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Heroes Wanted

(615) 772-5311 1190 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.heroeswantedcomics.com (Retail - Comics) Kroger (615) 451-2802 845 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.kroger.com (Retail - Groceries) Kroger Marketplace (615) 230-3900 2011 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.kroger.com (Retail - Groceries) Kwik Kash Pawn of Gallatin (615) 989-1254 207 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 (Pawn Shop) _____________________________

CHAMBER PARTNER: _____________________________ Liquor World (615) 452-4546 136 North Belvedere Drive Gallatin TN 37066 (Liquor Stores)

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Long Hollow Gardens & Nursery

(615) 451-2666 2064 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.longhollowgardens.com (Garden Center, Gift Shop, Home Décor )

Lowe's of Gallatin

(615) 230-2708 1301 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.lowes.com (Retail - Home Improvement) Magnolia Roost (615) 230-8305 112 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 (Retail - Antiques, Furniture, Mattress & Sleep Center)

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Ovation Music and Studios (615) 461-8438 107 East Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 ovationmusicstudios.com (Music Related Items)

Southern Gypsies Boutique (615) 527-7379 114 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 (Retail - Clothing, Accessories, & Jewelry)

Perkins Drugs and Gift Shoppe (615) 452-6111 532 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.perkinsdrugs.com (Gifts and Home Décor)

Southern Lovin Boutique, LLC (615) 681-7796 Gallatin TN 37066 southernlovin-boutique.com (Retail - Online Women's Boutique )

Publix Grocery Store (615) 451-6285 1483 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.publix.com (Retail - Groceries) R & S Groundskeeping (615) 451-7911 805 East Robertson Road Castalian Springs TN 37031 facebook.com/RsGroundskeeping AndNurseryLlc (Nursery - Garden Center) The Red Tulip (615) 206-1395 1545 Nashville Pike, Ste 106 Gallatin TN 37066 (Retail - Gift Shop, Invitations, Home Decor) Sassy and Brassy Boutique (615) 230-1739 130 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 sassyandbrassyboutique.com (Retail - Clothing)

Sherwin-Williams

(615) 452-4661 697 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.sherwin-williams.com (Retail - Paint Store) Simply Sumner Gift & Coffee Shoppe (615) 328-5554 555 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumner.org (Retail - Gift Shop - Non-Profit) Sleep Outfitters (615) 451-0393 1545 Nashville Pike, Ste 108 Gallatin TN 37066 www.sleepoutfitters.com (Retail - Mattress and Sleep Center)

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Tennessee Honey Boutique & Gifts (615) 934-5847 158 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 tennesseehoneyboutique.com (Retail - Clothing, Accessories, & Jewelry) Thomas Jewelers (615) 452-3455 179 Hancock Street, Ste 120 Gallatin TN 37066 www.Thomas-Jewelers.com (Retail - Jewelry; Appraisal Services; Artists/Artisans)

Stella's Boutique

(615) 452-6996 1176 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.thestellaboutique.com (Retail - Clothing, Accessories, Jewelry, & Gifts)

Sumner Gun & Supply (615) 206-8685 526 West Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnerguns.com (Retail - Gun Store)

Sweet Tea & Shopping Marketplace Events (615) 210-3329 (Spring & Fall Event) Gallatin TN 37066 www.sweetteaandshopping.com (Retail - Artists/Artisans Marketplace) Swim World Pools, Inc. (615) 452-7665 211 West Eastland Gallatin TN 37066 www.swimworldpool.com (Retail - Pool Sales, Services, & Supplies; Gift Shop)

Tennessee Hardware

(615) 452-9309 441 East Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 www.tennesseeace.com (Retail - Hardware, Gifts, Home Improvements Items, Farm & Home Supplies)

UPS Store (The) (615) 230-9030 695 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.theupsstorelocal.com/3429 (Retail - Mailing Supplies)

Velvet Antler Boutique & Gifts (615) 461-8906 140 North Water Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 (Retail - Clothing, Home Décor, Jewelry, & More) Wal-Mart Supercenter (615) 452-8452 1112 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 (Retail - Department Stores) Water Store (The) (615) 452-4295 119 East Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.thewaterstoregallatin.com (Retail - Alkaline Water & Equipment Sales) _____________________________

CHAMBER PARTNER: _____________________________ Worthington Galleries

(615) 527-7970 1181 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 worthingtongalleries.com (Art Gallery)


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SPORTS, RECREATION & ENTERTAINMENT _____________________________ Barren River Lake State Resort Park (270) 646-2151 1149 State Park Road Lucas KY 42156 parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/ barren-river (Recreation) CenterStage Performing Arts Academy (615) 230-9341 250 Hancock Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.performcenterstage.com (Dance, Gymnastics, Cheerleading) Club at Fairvue Plantation (615) 575-4300 981 Plantation Boulevard Gallatin TN 37066 www.clubatfairvue.com (Recreation - Golf Course Private) Ernie Reyes' World Martial Arts (615) 230-9658 327 Hancock Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.erniereyes.com (Martial Arts) Foxland Harbor Golf & Country Club (615) 451-2600 1445 Foxland Boulevard Gallatin TN 37066 www.foxlandharbor.com (Recreation - Golf Course Private) Gallatin Civic Center (615) 451-5911 210 Albert Gallatin Avenue Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinleisureservices.com (Recreation - Public) Gallatin Marina (615) 452-9876 727 Marina Private Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinmarina.com (Marina)

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Iron Lotus Gym, LLC (877) 447-3785 323 Hancock Street Gallatin TN 37066 ironlotusgym.com (Health Club/Gym) Long Hollow Golf Course (615) 451-3120 1080 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatin-tn.gov (Recreation - Golf Course - Public)

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TRANSPORTATION ____________________________ B & M Trucking (615) 230-9306 239 James Street Gallatin TN 37066 (Trucking Company) Holleman Trucking & Excavating (615) 452-1606 PO Box 574 Gallatin TN 37066 (Trucking Company)

Nashville Predators (615) 770-2064 501 Broadway Nashville TN 37203 www.nashvillepredators.com (NHL Hockey Team; Entertainment)

Orangetheory Fitness

(615) 815-5970 281 Indian Lake Blvd., Ste 200 Hendersonville TN 37075 orangetheoryfitness.com (Health Club/Gym) Organic Fitness Factory (615) 788-6841 650 Nashville Pike, Ste 5C Gallatin TN 37066 www.organicfitnessfactory.com (Health Club/Gym) Rico's Stage Lounge (615) 388-7420 142 North Water Ave. Gallatin TN 37066 (Entertainment) Sumner County Family YMCA (615) 826-9622 102 Bluegrass Commons Boulevard Hendersonville TN 37075 ymcamidtn.org/sumner-county (Recreation)

Super Slow Zone (615) 461-7199 1483 Nashville Pike, Ste 301 Gallatin TN 37066 www.sszgallatin.com (Health Club/Gym)

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TRUE GRIT. AMAZING GRACE.

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ohnny Cash once said “Be yourself and there are few limitations in life.” Turns out that’s the philosophy of a lot of iconic people and places. Spend some time in Gallatin, Tennessee, and you’ll discover what we’re talking about. Located about 20 miles northeast of Nashville, Gallatin is that rare town that’s perfectly comfortable with its own place in the world. Sure, the folks in Gallatin love being able to spend time in a very large, very cool city like Nashville whenever they want. But what they love even more is being able to come home to what they regard as their own little corner of heaven — a town filled with true grit and amazing grace that is both remarkably simple and simply remarkable. The thing is, the people of Gallatin have got some attitude. They would rather focus on enjoying their own lives than worry about keeping up with the Joneses, with Nashville or anyone else. Strong character and strong opinions mean they do things their own way, with an eye toward what works not what’s trending. And they’re refreshingly unconcerned about trying to impress people — which is what impresses so many people who come here. Maybe Gallatin’s attitude comes from age and experience. The grit and grace sure do. Both have been here for a long, long time. Gallatin is no newly minted suburb or bedroom community; it was established in 1802 as the seat of Sumner County. Even before it was formally incorporated, it served as home base for independent-minded people of legendary grit and courage – from long hunters to patriots – looking to settle Tennessee. That same spirit is alive and well today . . . in hardworking men and women who support their families, their community and their country. You heard right. It’s still cool to be patriotic in Gallatin. That grit is evident in the tenacity of entrepreneurs who have risked it all for a dream. In the faces of students – whether pursuing a degree or work skills – on the main campus of Gallatin’s groundbreaking Vol State Community College. In the wear and tear etched into the bricks of beautiful buildings hundreds of years old. And the calluses on the hands of blue collar workers and farmers whose strength and will are the cornerstone of the American dream. Not to mention, in the dents and dings on the town’s many trucks (Chevy, of course!) whose work ethic, endurance and ageless style embody the spirit of Gallatin. Anyone who has ever watched the two local high school teams play football (especially against each other) are familiar 89 |

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with Gallatin grit. Grit is also at the heart of the success of big companies like Servepro, Berreta and the Gap (along with many others) who decided to settle in a small Tennessee town and have reaped the benefits tenfold. Grit truly is that “extra something” that separates successful people and places from the rest. But room to grow, supportive leadership, a prime location, and a lower tax structure don’t hurt either. For every example of grit in Gallatin, there is a beautiful grace note, too. Most towns lean more toward one quality or the other. That a place known for its hard-working grit would also be filled with such amazing grace makes Gallatin both distinct and distinctly appealing. Even before you enter the city limits, you’re aware of the natural grace — the abundant trees and rolling hills, sweeping green pastures and the curves of long driveways leading to historic estates – that are reminders of the city’s gracious horsebreeding past. You’ll see it on mornings when the fog rises off the Cumberland River, and in the relaxed beauty of Old Hickory Lake. You’ll hear it in the peals of church bells that ring out every Sunday. You’ll find it in neighborhoods with some of Middle Tennessee’s finest homes, where kids still ride bikes and you can still borrow a cup of sugar. It seems that grace is the gentle glue that elevates neighbors to friends and friends to family. Most of all, though, you’ll notice Gallatin’s gracious hospitality. No one is a stranger here. In every store, every restaurant, every church or school or event, you’ll be greeted with gusto. In fact, tolerance and a “live and let live” mindset are all part of the Gallatin attitude. Turns out when people are comfortable being who they are, they’re equally comfortable with you being whatever you want to be. Of course, people here don’t really try to analyze it all that much. They just know the spirit is real. If you’re in Gallatin, you’re part of Gallatin. It’s that simple. Here’s the truth about grit and grace. These aren’t qualities you can manufacture (although many towns have tried). You can’t retrofit them into your downtown or instill them into the character of your people. Grit and grace are as old as the hills that define the Gallatin landscape. They grow from your roots. From your character. And that’s why the people of Gallatin consider themselves so darn lucky. Because they love being able to live with the freedom that arises from that rare combination of grit and grace. It’s Gallatin’s secret sauce. And none of the ingredients are artificial.


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Profile for Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce

2017 Gallatin City Guide and Business Directory  

2017 Gallatin City Guide and Business Directory  

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