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Welcome Legacy Businesses Sites To See City Parks: A Canine Perspective Gallatin: A Pet-Friendly Community Gallatin Means Business Native by Chance, Returned by Choice Healthcare Education Small Business, Big Impact Moves and Expansions

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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. All advertisements in this publication are paid for by Chamber members. The Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce does not endorse political candidates. 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 www.gallatintn.org.

STAFF: Kim Baker Chief Executive Officer Zena Parks Chief Operating Officer

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Debby Haddock Director of Sales Jazmin Grimm Member Relations Manager

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Copyright 2018. Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce. All rights reserved. No portion of this magazine may be reproduced in whole or in part without written consent.

CREDITS: Project Management: Praesentia, Inc.; Contributors: Gayla Zoz, Randy Nash, Taryn Hill, Rachel Lassiter, Rosemary Bates, and Ryan Baker; Photography, Richard Suter; Design & Layout: Creative Instinct ; Print Production: Lithographics, Inc. 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

Gallatin A

s a lifelong resident of Sumner County, Gallatin was always the city down the road from me for many years. But since 2010, it has been home. Gallatin is a town that is welcoming to everyone. Whether you’re here to work, looking to relocate, looking to retire, or just simply passing through, I know that the warmth of our citizens and business owners will make you feel right at home.

I work, live, and play in Gallatin, and I love every minute of it. I hope you will love it, too.

One of the things that I love about Gallatin is the fact that we have everything that you could ever need right here. From large industry to small, from townhomes to lakefront estates, it’s all here. Thanks for checking out our town, and I hope that you’ll see what True Grit and Amazing Grace is all about. I work, live, and play in Gallatin, and I love every minute of it. I hope you will love it too. On behalf of the Chamber Board of Directors and staff, we are glad you’re here! § Respectfully yours, Randy Nash Chairman, Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce 118 West Main Street (615) 452-4000

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Randy Nash Chairman Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce


Welcome

Yoga in the park during the Gallatin Eclipse Encounter event at Triple Creek Park.

Gallatin by the Numbers Population, 2015 (Source: City of Gallatin)....................34,473 Population, 2013 estimate..............................................32,307 Population, 2012 estimate..............................................31,592 Persons under 5 years, percent, 2010...............................7.5% Persons under 18 years, percent, 2010.............................4.2% Persons 65 years and over, percent, 2010......................13.6% Female persons, percent, 2010.......................................52.0%

White.........................................................................77.7% 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%

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

Eclipse viewers at the Gallatin Eclipse Encounter event at Triple Creek Park.

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Legacy Businesses

LEGACY BUSINESSES:

Generations of Genuine Rae Lynn Silcox, Nancy Corlew, and Rob Corlew

Family businesses are a powerful engine of growth, especially in Gallatin. The city is blessed with many family-owned businesses that have stood the test of time. Who are these entrepreneurs? What’s their story? Gallatin City Guide profiles three of the finest.

Corlew Appliance Parts & Service

If you want to see what a true family business looks like, visit Corlew Appliance Parts & Service at 117 North Water St. According to business manager Rae Lynn Silcox, the launch of this legacy business dates back to the early 1960s when her uncle, founder Ray Corlew, started repairing TV sets. Eventually, he transitioned to appliance repair. The business, as it’s known today, has been around since 1985. When it comes to appliances, Corlew covers all the bases. Buyers can find reconditioned household units of all kinds, as well as a wide variety of parts. When appliances need service, Corlew

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technicians venture out to homes to make repairs. They also have inside shop service for people willing to bring their appliances to storefront. “The majority of our business is appliance repair,” Rae Lynn notes. “We fix all kinds of appliances, from the largest side-by-side refrigerators to the smallest countertop microwaves. We’re also noticing that more people are attempting to do their own repairs. We’re seeing an increase in the sale of over the counter parts as people try do-it-yourself fixes.” What's it like to be the second genera-

tion working in a family business? It’s business first at work but family first at home. “People think that when you work with family, you have it made,” adds Rae Lynn, who has been working in the business for the last 15 years. “In many ways, you do. Working for my uncle has been a great experience.”


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In this family business, everyone does a little bit of everything. Rae Lynn works closely with Ray’s son, Rob, who’s also her cousin. Her aunt Nancy (Uncle Ray’s sister in-law) is also on staff. “We all have our jobs but we each have our specialties,” she says. “Customer service, selling parts, dispatching—we all do everything except for the repairs. Those are handled by John, a service technician who's been with us for 18 years, and his son, Little John, who has been with us for about a decade. Though they’re not Corlews, they might as well be. We’re a family business employing family. Everything about us is family.”

nearing retirement age, Johnny and his cousin, E.H. (Sonny) Garrott III, purchased the family business from their fathers. In 2000, Johnny purchased his cousin's share of Garrott Brothers and became sole owner of company. As Gallatin and Sumner County have grown, Garrott Brothers has been there to support the growth. Concrete from the

For more information, call (615) 451-3661 or visit corlewappliance.com.

Garrott Brothers Continuous Mix Concrete

Garrott Brothers Continuous Mix, Inc., a full-service ready mixed concrete supplier, has been providing concrete to clients in Sumner, Robertson, Wilson, Macon, and Davidson counties for more than 50 years. The business, currently in its third generation, is owned by John B. (Johnny) Garrott, Jr. According to Johnny, it all started in the late 1940s when his grandfather, E. H. Garrott, Sr., an engineer for the state of Tennessee, started an excavating business with his high schoolage son (Johnny's father), John B. Garrott, Sr. "When my dad got out of high school, he decided to work for his dad," says Johnny. "Grandpa hocked a bulldozer for a 2-cubic yard and a 3-cubic yard mixer, and they were in the concrete business as E.H. Garrott & Son.” It was 1950 and their first project was pouring city sidewalks on Main Street in Gallatin. A few years later, Johnny's uncles E.H. (Bud) Garrott, Jr. and Tommy Garrott joined the fold. Eventually, the company was renamed Garrott Brothers Continuous Mix, Inc. Johnny ended up joining the business after a brief stint in college. "My mom and dad took me to Vol State and dropped me off at the front door, and I ran out the back door as fast as I could," says Johnny. In 1989, with the original Garrott Brothers

Johnny Garrott

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Legacy Businesses company's six local manufacturing plants was used in many of the area's most significant landmarks, from the TVA's Gallatin Steam Plant to the State Route 109 bridge over the Cumberland River. Their largest project to date, Gap, Inc., often required production and delivery around the clock in order to meet construction deadlines. Today, the company is going strong, and Johnny is grooming a fourth generation--his son-in-law, Daniel Bugbee--to take over the business in the future. The Garrott Brothers’ legacy of community involvement also spans several generations. In addition to supporting many local events and causes, the company was a major catalyst in the effort to preserve the historic Palace Theater. In 1992, Johnny and his cousin purchased the Palace at auction and donated it to Greater Gallatin, Inc., the following year. The theater was eventually restored and reopened to the public in 2000. "You take from the community and you give back to the community," adds Johnny. "If it weren't for the people in Gallatin, Garrott Brothers wouldn't exist. The people here believed in us and made us what we are today. We are very grateful." The main office of Garrott Brothers Continuous Mix Concrete is located at 375 Red River Road in Gallatin. For more information, call (615) 452-2385 or visit garrottbros.com.

Gallatin Mini Storage

How does a family business start? Sometimes a light bulb just goes off in your head. That’s what happened to Albert Bennett. Employed in the silver refining business, Albert traveled the nation servicing customers that included hospitals, printers, and other companies using the photographic process to produce images. In 1978, while servicing customers in other parts of the country, Albert discovered self-storage out of the need for short term storage of materials. Nothing like it existed in Gallatin at the time, so Albert decided to bring the idea home. He bought property on Airport Road, built the first building, plastered the phone number on the side, and waited for people to call. At first, the only calls were from people wondering what the business was. Before long, people started renting. Eventually, the 440 units on Airport Road were filled. Albert and his wife, Ladye Lou Bennett, ran the business until 1995 when their son, Phillip, got involved. Phillip actually didn’t intend to work in the business. “When I finished college, I was working in graphic communications sitting in front of a computer all day,” remembers Phillip. “I started to realize that I wanted to do something different. When my dad asked me to help him run Gallatin Mini Storage, I said yes.” In 2006, the company added a second location near the intersection of Nichols Lane and State Route 109. “We opened the day the tornado hit Gallatin,” Phillip remembers. “Thanks to

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Phillip Bennett with Josie, his Miniature Australian Shepherd, who often accompanies him to work

that storm, we went from zero occupancy that Friday to more than 80 percent occupancy two days later.” Today, business is booming, though occupancy fluctuates with the seasons. “We tend to get busy during moving season, which starts when the weather breaks in late February and lasts through October,” says Phillip. “Things then slack off as the holidays approach.” Is a third location in the works? “We've talked about it, but we don’t want to stretch ourselves too thin,” Phillip admits. “We're a small, family-owned business and we tend to be hands-on. We don’t want to lose that attention to detail that we’re able to give our customers. It’s one of the reasons they keep coming back.” What is Phillip’s favorite part of doing business in Gallatin? “When you’re running a business that has been around since 1979, you get to know a lot of people,” he says. “Those people come back ten years later and you pick up right where you left off—like those ten years didn’t even happen. Gallatin is like that. Even though lots of new people are moving in, we tend to have that same kind of relationship with everyone. We’re in a growing, forward-moving community, yet we feel like we’re doing business in a small town. You can’t beat that.” Gallatin Mini Storage offices are located at 120 Nichols Lane in Gallatin. For more information, call (615) 452-8091 or visit gallatinministorage.com. §


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Sites to See HISTORIC ROSE MONT

By Kendall Masters, Site Director, Rose Mont

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ose Mont was the home of Judge Josephus Conn Guild (1802 - 1883) and Katherine Blackmore Guild. The name "Rose Mont" references the once extensive rose garden at the north side of the house. A smaller replication of the rose garden has been installed near the original location outside the farm office. Originally, Rose Mont was a working thoroughbred horse and longhorn cattle farm of 500 acres, and the property owners also contracted materials found on the site. Original supporting structures of the thoroughbred business and farm are long since gone from the property, leaving only the original house and kitchen structures. The house was built from 1836 to 1842 with the center section, galleries, and detached kitchen constructed first, followed by the wings. At the time, Tennessee houses typically were plain, box-like structures modeled after late Georgian or Federal design. However, Guild was a frequent visitor to New Orleans and was greatly influenced by the unusual architecture found there. He incorporated Creole design elements in Rose Mont, including wide porches, large windows, open-air halls

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and staircases, separate wings connected by loggias and galleries, a raised basement, and an extended roof. Even so, the main facade (east front) is based on classic Italian design (Villa Mocenigo) by Andrea Palladio, a highly regarded architect who lived and worked during the 18th century. Palladio's influence dominated the architecture of the South's plantations well into mid19th century. Guild was active in the thoroughbred horse races that were popular in Tennessee, which no doubt influenced his decision to start his own thoroughbred stud farm at Rose Mont. Another famous Tennessean who was influential in the thoroughbred race scene – and who was likely seen by Guild at local races –was President Andrew Jackson. According to F. Leigh Branham, a descendant of Guild, some of Guild’s more famous thoroughbred racers included Beeswing, Hiawatha, and Jack Malone. Beeswing netted Guild $14,100 during her run in 1839-1840 and was mentioned as one of the 12 fastest thoroughbreds in her lifetime. Hiawatha earned a $12,000 purse in Gallatin; he lived out his


The name "Rose Mont" references the once extensive rose garden at the north side of the house. This lovely rose bush is part of a small replica rose garden installed on the grounds.

Rosemont is host to a number of events and festivals each year.

life as a stud at Rose Mont and was buried on the Guild property. Jack Malone, while successful in producing good offspring, was ultimately sold by Guild to another local thoroughbred stud farm: Belle Meade Plantation, owned by William Giles Harding of Nashville, where Jack Malone sired many excellent racers. During the Civil War years, both Guild and Harding were taken prisoner together and held in a Union Army prison in Michigan. During their incarceration, it is possible that thoroughbred discussions between the men may have helped pass the time. Rose Mont has many events throughout the year, including but not limited to festivals, classes on various topics, and living history interpretations. A new tradition is “Run for Rose Mont” – the Rose Mont Derby party held during the Kentucky Derby race in May. There is really something for everyone at Rose Mont. The house can be used as an event venue for weddings, corporate events, and birthday parties. §

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Gallatin's Parks: A Canine Perspective

With more than 500 acres of parks, nearly five miles of greenways, a full service public fitness facility, and endless recreational opportunities, Gallatin is a place that beckons everyone, even the family dog, to come outside.

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y name is Artemis and I’m a Pudelpointer, a cross between the German hunting poodle and the English Pointer. When the editors of Gallatin City Guide asked me and my owners to visit Gallatin’s various parks and recreation facilities, I jumped at the chance. In the spirit of full disclosure, it’s important that you know that I was compensated for my time with hundreds of treats, dozens of belly rubs, and 10 hours of fetch. My owners are still recovering from that.

Greenways

I love to run. Thanks to Gallatin’s expansive greenway system, I can run as much as I want. When my owner picks up my leash, I get excited because we’re usually headed for the five miles of paved greenway trails that wind throughout the city. I love 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. Sometimes, we bike into Gallatin’s historic square where I get lots of attention (people love my furry face) and sometimes a special yummy treat from one of the shops.

Parks

Arabella, one of my owners, gets me ready for a picnic lunch at Clearview Park. Maybe she’ll slip me a piece of hamburger under the table?

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You might be surprised to know that dogs like history. I like to know how things came to be. That’s why I love it when my owners take me to Thompson Park, the city’s very first public park. Located just south of Gallatin’s historic square, this park was once home to an Olympic-size public swimming pool which is now covered by the popular Skate Park of Gallatin. I love watching the fearless skateboarders working to


City Parks

"It’s all-you-can-drink water for pups like me at Gallatin’s Dog Park."

perfect their tricks on the park’s built-in ramps, rails, and half pipes. Municipal Park is a great place for a dog. Trust me. My owners took me there to watch the kids play on their Little League team. This park is home to baseball and softball fields, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, three picnic pavilions, a leafy picnic area, and the city’s largest playground. I like it when my owners take me to Clearview Park, located just behind historic Union High School. We investigate the softball "There’s no such thing as too much fetch for my friend, Ollie, who field and basketball court while the kids play on the playground. loves the tennis ball cannon at Gallatin’s Dog Park!" Not long ago, I discovered the park’s two horseshoe pits as the family set up lunch in one of the picnic pavilions. I thought about playing fetch but then thought better of it after trying to this shaded workout area. When my owners are taking me for catch a horseshoe. I won’t be trying that again anytime soon. a walk, they stop and use the four-person leg press, the twoMy favorite park by far is Triple Creek Park, located just north person wheelchair accessible chest press, the single elliptical of the historic town square. That’s cross trainer, the rower, and several where you’ll find Sumner County’s other fitness stations. It makes me first (and best, in my opinion) "My favorite park by far is Triple want to work out! dog park. The tunnels, jumps, fire Creek Park, located just north hydrants, and agility apparatus are The first time I saw Lock 4 Park, I of the historic town square. lots of fun, but nothing beats the fell in love. It’s not only one of the tennis ball launcher for an endless That’s where you’ll find Sumner most beautiful lake spots in Gallatin game of fetch. I could do that all for picnicking, fishing, launching a County’s first (and best, in my day. There’s plenty of fresh water boat, or getting in the water, it is opinion) dog park... nothing for me and a shaded sitting area for also the home of the famous Lock beats the tennis ball launcher the family. This massive park offers 4 Bike Trails. One of my owners is everything a family needs to have a for an endless game of fetch!" a teenage mountain bike enthusiast good time, including soccer fields, who loves the rolling BMX trails baseball and softball fields, two hidden in the park’s scenic woods. full-length football fields, a ten-hole If I could ride a bike, I would ride disk golf range, and walking trails. It’s also the home base for it here. I like watching her ride the 9-mile single-track course Gallatin Soccer Club and Gallatin Youth Football League and that’s safe enough for everyone yet fun and challenging for hosts many disk golf tournaments throughout the year. even the most skilled rider. The whole family goes to watch her Our trips to Triple Creek Park got even better last summer after the outdoor fitness center opened. I’ve never seen anything like

compete in races like the XTERRA Lock 4 Blast and the Lock 4 Old Hickory Classic.

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Gallatin's Parks And just a few minutes beyond the city limits is Bledsoe Creek State Park’s new all-inclusive playground designed to accommodate all children, including those with disabilities. One of my owners is a little boy who needs a wheelchair to get around and this park is his favorite place in the world. Next to running around in the city’s parks and greenways, my favorite thing to do is eat. Nearly every park in the city has covered picnic shelters and leafy picnic areas. Some, like Triple Creek Park, have large event pavilions that can accommodate crowds. You can reserve those shelters at the city’s website at www.gallatintn.gov. No matter where we picnic, my owners grill up savory treats that always seem to find their way to my mouth, thanks to the littles who slip me scraps under the table.

Gallatin Civic Center

" I wish more than anything that I could go down the waterslides at the Tommy Garrott Aquatics Center."

Dogs can’t go everywhere so I’ll just pass on what I’ve been told about the Gallatin Civic Center. It’s a 65,000 square-foot facility built in 1994, and it’s available to all Gallatin residents for a small daily admission fee or an affordable annual membership. There are 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. One of my owners goes to the Civic Center every morning to play raquetball. In my opinion, the most exciting new development at the Civic Center is the Tommy Garrott Aquatics Facility, a giant outdoor pool complex that opened in 2017. It features Gallatin's first zero-depth pool complete with a splash pad, a 57-foot speed slide, a 134-foot waterslide, and a 167-foot waterslide. There are party areas, a kids’ train slide, a water tower, spray toys, umbrellas, two concession areas, and plenty of room to relax. Admission prices are super reasonable. I just wish that dogs were allowed. Maybe someday… 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.

Golf

"I can’t get in the pool at the Tommy Garrott Aquatics Center so I’ll have to make do with a dip in Old Hickory Lake at Lock 4 Park!"

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I’m not a golfer but my owners enjoy it and Gallatin’s temperate climate means they can play all year long. They like Long Hollow Golf Course, a well-conditioned, city-owned, eighteen-hole public course that features a driving range and golf instruction. Three other private courses serve the area. Gallatin Country Club offers a beautifully manicured nine-hole golf course, swimming pool, and clubhouse for its growing membership. Fairvue Plantation and Foxland Harbor Golf and Country Club, both on the city’s southwest side, offer their members worldclass golf and country club amenities. §


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— GALLATIN —

A Pet-Friendly Community

What does it take for a city to be considered a pet-friendly community? Dog parks, greenways, and wide-open spaces are a plus, but it takes more than that. It takes pet owners who are passionate about the well-being of their four-legged friends.

Dr. Bryan Bondurant, owner of the Critter Clinic, has been caring for pets since 1989.

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Pet-Friendly Gallatin

The McMillan Veterinary Team has a combined 146 years of experience.

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allatin is a community that cares deeply about its animals. Whether you’re taking your pup for a leisurely stroll on the city’s beautiful greenways, romping with Rover at the dog park at Triple Creek, or meandering around the city’s historic square with your fur baby, Gallatin is a great place to have (and be) a pet. Several owners of local businesses that service or support pets explain what they do to make Gallatin a pet-friendly community.

Critter Clinic

Critter Clinic has a place in Gallatin’s history books. The current small animal veterinary practice was originally founded in 1939 as Arrendale Animal Clinic and later purchased in 1989 by Dr. Bryan Bondurant, who changed the name to Critter Clinic after a year. Since then, business has boomed. Critter Clinic moved into its current facility in 2003, and the staff has grown. Dr. Douglas (Bo) Crabtree joined the business as a partner, and two more veterinarians were later added to the staff, including Dr. Julie Becker and Dr. Lindsay Pounds. Companion animals are their focus. “We are a full-service animal hospital that can handle just about any medical care needs for dogs, cats, and a few other small animals,” says Dr. Bondurant, who received his Doctor of Veterinary

Several owners of local businesses that service or support pets explain what they do to make Gallatin a pet-friendly community. Medicine degree in 1985 from the University of Tennessee. “We refer our calls for exotics and large animals to other veterinary practices.” Critter Clinic offers a wide variety of services including ultrasound, x-ray, inhouse bloodwork, EKGs, blood pressure exams, eye pressure exams, laser surgery, laser therapy, stem cell implants, and more. “Almost all the cases we see, we can take care of,” says Dr. Bondurant, whose staff tends to dozens of skin-related, allergyrelated, or preventive health-related cases each week as well as problems with the liver, heart, or kidney. “We will occasionally run across cases that need extra expertise, so we refer these cases to specialty veterinary practices in Nashville, to the University of Tennessee Veterinary Medical Hospital, or another university research hospital.” The practice has seen an uptick in the demand for once out-of-the ordinary

procedures, including pet dentistry services. “More people are seeing the connection between a pet’s horrible breath, bad teeth and its overall health,” said Dr. Bondurant. “And yes, dogs can even have braces.” According to Dr. Bondurant, when it comes to animal medicine, the sky's the limit. “Most everything that can be done in human medicine can be done with animals. Veterinary medicine has evolved and we’re continuing to evolve with it.” Contact Critter Clinic at (615) 452-1477 or visit www.critterclinic.com.

McMillan Veterinary Clinic

McMillan Veterinary Clinic was founded in 1983 by Dr. Jerry McMillan and his wife, Linda. The staff includes three veterinarians, five veterinary assistants, two receptionists, and two ward technicians who feed, bathe, and exercise the up to 30 pets boarding at the McMillan facility at any one time. “Our team has 146 years of combined experience,” says Dr. Brad Mitchel, the clinic’s supervisory veterinarian and a five-year member of the practice. In addition to Dr. Mitchel, two other veterinarians are available to treat a wide range of disorders. Dr. Roland Abma, a

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Sonya Parry, Morningside’s Business Manager, pauses to pet Whitney Conviser’s dog, Chiclet, while Whitney’s wife, Suzanne Conviser, looks on.

native of Holland, has been practicing for nine years, and Dr. Hillary Kaufman, who works on a part-time basis, has been practicing for 22 years. The clinic offers boarding and grooming for pets and a wide range of veterinary services including surgery, dental care, and internal medicine. “We can do everything from a routine spay or neuter to advanced orthopedic surgery,” says Dr. Brad Mitchell. “We have one of the nicest surgical suites in Sumner County.” What’s the best part about running a veterinary clinic in Gallatin? For Dr. Mitchell, it’s the people. “We know that our clients consider their pets to be family members,” he notes. “The citizens of Gallatin have always treated our clinic well over the years and we consider it a privilege to care for their pets.” McMillan Veterinary Clinic is located at 426 Maple Street in Gallatin. For more information, call (615) 451-0522 or visit mcmillanvetclinic.com.

Morningside of Gallatin

Do people who move into retirement communities need to get rid of their pets? Not necessarily. At Morningside of Gallatin, pets are welcome. Their pet policy gives residents the flexibility needed to preserve cherished relationships with four-legged companions. “We all embrace the mentality that our residents are going to be happier, healthier, and enjoying better quality of life if their pets are here with them,” says Stephanie Harville, the facility’s Executive Director.

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Though residents are expected to provide basic care for their pets, staff members often support residents with tasks like taking a dog to a grooming appointment or changing a cat’s litter box. “We are all on board when it comes to helping with pets,” she notes. “Our staff works closely with families.” For Stephanie, one story in particular illustrates the passion Morningside staff members have for residents and their pets. Mr. Gentry, and his dog, Festus, moved into an assisted living apartment. Festus started having health problems and was eventually diagnosed with diabetes. “Our incredible nursing staff stepped in and created a medication administration record for Festus,” recalls Stephanie. “When the nurses went in to care for Mr. Gentry, they gave Festus his insulin shot. That says it all about our mentality here.” Occasionally, a pet-related challenge will arise but the Morningside staff almost always find a positive way to respond, Stephanie notes. Not long ago, a husband and wife moved in with their dog and cat. Family members had reservations about both animals coexisting peacefully. The couple decided that the cat needed to go, much to the chagrin of the husband who had loved the cat for years. The enterprising Morningside staff found a solution. “He’s a facility cat now,” Stephanie laughs. “He divides his time between my office, the TV lounge, and the library. Sometimes he even attends our staff meetings. He’s the sweetest cat I’ve ever been around and his owner comes down every day to spend time with him.” Morningside’s pet-loving staff is a point of pride. “When we interview prospective staff members, we stress how important


Pet-Friendly Gallatin Katrina Lamb works on Emmy Lou, a standard poodle who loves being groomed at Pristine Pup. “We make them pretty and we make them smell better,” adds Katrina. “Pets love coming to see us.”

it is that they be comfortable with the presence of pets in the facility,” says Stephanie. “We tell them ‘if you don’t like animals, you won’t be happy here.’” Morningside of Gallatin is located at 1085 Hartsville Pike. For more information, call (615) 230-5600 or visit fivestarseniorliving.com/communities/ tn/gallatin/morningside-of-gallatin.

Pristine Pup

Ever heard of an organic dog grooming salon? There’s one right here in Gallatin. Located at 154 North Water Street, three doors north of the historic Palace Theater, Pristine Pup is the brainchild of Katrina Lamb, an experienced dog groomer who owned a grooming salon in Indiana. After moving to Tennessee in 2010, Katrina worked as a groomer for a local veterinarian for nearly four years before making the decision to strike out on her own. The clever name was the byproduct of a brainstorming session with her daughter. “We were trying to think of a name for the business,” remembers Katrina. “She asked me what I wanted clients to walk out of my shop with, and I said that I wanted my pups to be pristine.” Pristine Pup offers full-service, allnatural dog grooming services along with short-term boarding, bathing, and nail trimming. “There's a need for

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a natural approach,” says Katrina. “We take it slow and gentle, working diligently to earn the animal's trust.”

Diana Townsend, owner of A Safe Place for Animals, gets a puppy kiss from William, a hound dog she rescued after it was dropped at her shelter.

Katrina avoids the use of chemicals or sedatives. Dogs are not muzzled or restrained unless it’s necessary for safety reasons. “Smaller animals and those coming to us from shelter situations are afraid of grooming,” says Katrina. “My theory is that if you have a fearful animal that you're then putting on medications, you end up with a fearful, medicated animal. It only makes the grooming more difficult for the animal and for the groomer.” The Pristine Pup approach results in more cooperative pets who come to enjoy the grooming process. “We make them pretty and we make them smell better,” adds Katrina. “Pets love coming to see us.” For more information, call (615) 530-7877 or visit facebook.com/pristinepup.

A Safe Place for Animals What motivates a person to start an animal rescue? For Diana Townsend, it was all about giving vulnerable pets more options. Diana launched A Safe Place for Animals, a non-profit 501(c)3 alternative, in 2008. “We are a rescue-first shelter,” says Diana. “Since we don't receive city or county funding, we rely on an affordable veterinary clinic and pet grooming service to generate operating revenue. The company’s four employees include a full-time veterinarian and three kennel attendants who care for animals. “We average about 120 - 130 dogs and cats in the shelter at any one time,” notes Diana. “Some are strays, some are surrendered by their owners, and some come from Sumner County Animal Control. Some are even left on our porch.” Last year, after nearly a decade of renting space, A Safe Place for Animals moved into its own building, thanks to a generous donation by a local resident. The operation, now located at 905 Mallard Drive, is the largest non-profit animal rescue in Sumner County. “We have rescued more than 7,000 animals since we opened our doors,” adds Diana. Animal lovers who want to donate their time will find plenty of opportunities at A Safe Place for Animals. “We love volunteers,” says Diana. “We’re open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We need people who can help clean kennels, assist with fundraising, write notes to donors, and work on the computer.” To learn more about A Safe Place for Animals or to volunteer, call (615) 451-7342 or visit www.safeplaceforanimals. com. §

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And Now for a Word from Ollie My name is Ollie. I'm a white boxer. I used to live at the Middle Tennessee Boxer Rescue facility. I was afraid I'd never find a forever home. But all that changed one day. When Richard and Elizabeth Suter came to meet me, I hoped and prayed that they would choose me. And they did! Actually, I chose them, they just didn't know it at the time. The first time they took me to the Gallatin Dog Park, I thought I was dreaming. I’d never had so much fun. They take such good care of me and love me so much. I feel like the luckiest dog in the world! [Ollie is the forever-companion of Richard and Elizabeth Suter of Gallatin.]


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TOBY What does it take for an eight year-old boxer to become the face of a business? A little luck and great timing, says Jeff Derryberry, owner of Gallatin-based Derryberry Heat and Air. “Six months after losing our family dog, we were in Pulaski at a Wal-Mart,” says Derryberry. "We walked out of the store and someone in the parking lot was giving away boxer puppies. We decided to take one and we named him Toby. It was the right place and the right time for everyone involved. Toby’s spokes-pooch career started as a fluke. While participating in a local business networking group, Derryberry met a photographer who suggested that pictures of Toby might be a fun enhancement for the firm’s marketing material. The owner of a sign company, also in the group, got involved. “One thing led to another and soon Toby’s picture was on a vehicle wrap and on signs,” says Derryberry, noting that Toby has been featured in two television commercials and countless ad campaigns. “Next thing you know the whole Toby thing blows up and it's bigger than we are.”

Toby’s official headshot

How does Gallatin’s most famous pup get motivated to hit his marks? "Toby responds really well to treats," says Nick Brosche, Derryberry's Marketing Manager. “For example, we needed Toby to bark in one of the shots for a recent commercial. A little beef jerky did the trick.” Has success gone to Toby's head? “Toby is the exact same dog he's always been,” claims Derryberry. “He’s grounded, and he’s really good with kids and people in general. In fact, if you come into the shop you’ll see him. Kids love to pet him. When we have a presence at events, Toby’s who the people want to see.” §

Toby Speaks Want a glimpse at the real Toby? The editor of Gallatin City Guide took a few minutes to chat with Gallatin’s most famous canine. Gallatin City Guide (GCG): Yours is a real rags-toriches story. How do you feel about it? Toby: Who knew that I’d start out in a parking lot and end up being on billboards? I just didn’t see it coming. GCG: What’s the hardest thing about being the face of Derryberry Heat and Air? Toby: Responding to all the letters and emails I get. GCG: Do you have any special requirements when you’re on set? Toby: No teriyaki beef jerky.

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GALLATIN

Means Business Governor Haslam Kicks of Tennessee’s Manufacturing Week in Gallatin.

True Success. Amazing Opportunities. That’s the short story on economic development in Gallatin over the last year. However, the long story is rich in details.

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xisting industry grows. New industry moves to Gallatin. The national Business View Magazine does an 8-page spread on Gallatin’s success. Reader’s Digest names Gallatin as the Nicest Place in America. The city wins numerous national awards for its brand print and logo. New commercial development is coming out of the ground, creating exciting prospects for shopping and dining. New apartments and single-family homes are being built all over the city. There is so much economic activity that it is hard to know where to begin.

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“A couple of years ago when my board wanted to find an item to give prospective businesses – an item that signified Gallatin – I asked 25 people what that item should be and I got 25 different answers,” said James Fenton, Executive Director of the Gallatin Economic Development Agency. “I also asked numerous successful business leaders outside of Gallatin what they thought about our city. They told me they didn’t really know much about Gallatin and thought it was far away from Nashville.” Fenton said this lack of identity was not a crisis but a perfect scenario. “People didn’t think anything bad about us – they just didn’t know us,” Fenton explained. The city then launched a year of research to determine the honest, compelling

story that would sell Gallatin to outsiders but ring true with people who live and work here. Surveys and interviews with hundreds of people generated pages of data the city is now using to both improve its image and underline its assets. As a byproduct, the city now has a logo – something it has never had before. A community committee selected the city’s new logo that pays homage to the miles of shoreline and the surrounding expanse of hills and pastures. The logo includes the line, “True Grit. Amazing Grace.” This phrase speaks to the hard work and determination of the community, as well as its welcoming nature. The phrase can also be adapted to fit the various city departments as well as various community partners.


Business

Economic Development has chosen the adaptation of “True Success. Amazing Opportunities.” Here’s why: Gallatin is the employment hub of the region. In the last few years, Gallatin has announced 3,500 new primary jobs. Nearly 18,000 people drive into Gallatin for work every day with only 10,000 leaving the city each day, bound for jobs elsewhere. Gallatin’s population is booming – up nearly 50% in just 15 years. In 2000, the population count was 23,230. At the end of 2015, it was 34,473. If the trend continues, it will surpass 40,000 in 2020. There are four Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology within a 30-minute driving distance. Welch College has opened its new residential campus in Gallatin. In addition, Volunteer State Community College – ranked in the top 18% of community colleges in the nation – has launched a mechatronics degree. All these programs support the skills training necessary for today’s manufacturing workforce. The city and state have invested millions of dollars in road infrastructure – widening Airport Road to three lanes and widening 109 South from Airport Road to the new bridge with construction expected to begin in the next year for five lanes all the way to I-40. The extension of Albert Gallatin Avenue to SR 109 North may begin construction in 2018. All these factors – steady population growth, investment in infrastructure, steady housing growth, new commercial development, and a cohesive message about quality of place - combine to make Gallatin a prime location for continued new primary jobs and overall strong economic development. Axem Distributing, which wholesales and manufactures firearms parts, moved its corporate headquarters and plant to Gallatin from California and Kentucky. Bennett Tool & Die moved its entire operation from Nashville to Gallatin. Western Reflections expanded its plant in Gallatin and added new

The city’s new logo and brand print stand out at job fairs and recruiting meetings.

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Bruce Kelley, Editor-in-Chief of Reader's Digest, unveils the sign proclaiming Gallatin as the Nicest Place in America.

jobs. Gap Inc. announced 500 new jobs as well as moving part of its on-line fulfillment efforts here. RC Tenn in Gallatin makes ALL the tees for the Cracker Barrel peg games. And, “Gallatin, TN” is now stamped on firearms made at Beretta USA’s sole manufacturing facility.

“Gallatin is definitely making an impact in the national world of economic development,” Fenton said. “While that’s exciting, the key for Gallatin is to do exactly what it is doing – be genuine. Exhibit the true grit and amazing grace which leads to true success and amazing opportunities.” §

Breaking ground on the Hilton Garden Inn

Beretta firearms are now stamped to show that they are made in Gallatin.

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All the golf tees for the Cracker Barrel peg game are made at RC Tenn in Gallatin.


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Natives Return

NATIVE BY CHANCE,

Returned by

Choice

Scenic Old Hickory Lake, a year-round magnet for water lovers, is the perfect setting for a sunset boat cruise.

Some people view their home town as a refuge and happily live out their years there. Others can’t wait to get away. What’s it like to grow up in Gallatin, move away, and then return home? Three natives explain.

Paige Brown

If you’ve lived in Gallatin for any length of time, you’ve heard of Paige Brown, our city’s mayor. What you may not know is that this ninth generation Gallatin resident wasn’t always thrilled about her hometown. “When I was growing up, I could see that there were no good career opportunities here unless you had a family business,” remembers Paige. “I couldn’t wait to get away. I wanted to make money and see the world.” And she did. After graduating early from Gallatin High School, Paige took her scholarships and headed south to Florida State University where she studied broadcast communications and dreamed of a career in TV news. She hosted Florida State’s weekly television show and joined the school’s collegiate circus, where she learned and performed aerial acts. Completing her degree in three years, Paige set out in pursuit of that broadcast news career, reporting and anchoring at TV stations in Tallahassee and Panama City. A few years later, encouraged by family members, Paige returned to Middle Tennessee to work for a production company that created shows for the Nashville Network. “I did so many fun jobs there, including the show Top Card and live spots for the show Nashville Now. What I loved most, though, was traveling across the country doing feature stories about people and places,” says Paige. “It was great fun.” A few years later, she took advantage of an opportunity to work for Nashville’s Newschannel 5 where she produced the popular Talk of the Town show and several other special projects. She spent eleven years at the station, eventually becoming executive producer. During that time, Paige lived close to—but not inside—Gallatin’s city limits. The final nudge came in April 2006. “I was producing Channel 5’s coverage of the tornado that devastated so many homes and businesses in the Gallatin area,” she remembers. “It was then that I realized that I didn’t want to work in television anymore. I just wanted to be home.”

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"It took my leaving to really see what great texture and wonderful character our city has. There’s nowhere else I’d rather be."


A few job applications later, Paige was tapped to lead the Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce. Eight years later, voters chose her to serve as the city’s mayor. What does Paige have to say to young people thinking of leaving Gallatin? “If you want to explore other places, do it,” she advises. “If I hadn’t left, I wouldn’t have developed the deep appreciation I have for our community. The Gallatin I left behind all those years ago is vastly different than the Gallatin of today. There are really good jobs here and our quality of life is beyond compare. It took my leaving to really see what great texture and wonderful character our city has. There’s nowhere else I’d rather be.”

Jim Hawkins

Why does a person return to his hometown? Attorney Jim Hawkins is a good person to ask. Jim graduated from Gallatin High School, where he earned the Eagle Scout rank and served as drum major for the marching band. Leaving home and working his way through college, Jim graduated from Centre College in Kentucky, where he majored in government and earned his high school teacher certification. He went on to earn a master of science degree in educational policy studies from Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, and then received his law degree at Duke University. After law school, Jim clerked for the Chief Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court and lived in Nashville. He returned to Gallatin, practiced law, taught Sunday school, and bought a small farmhouse in Sideview, just outside of Gallatin. After three years, Jim joined BellSouth as an in-house counsel. He also got engaged to Betsy Rogers from Chattanooga, whom he had known ever since their families grew up hiking together on Mt. LeConte in the Smokies. Jim was tapped for various in-house legal jobs and business unit leader assignments at BellSouth, which meant frequent transfers. “I had eight different jobs in 14 years because I accepted challenging assignments and we were willing to relocate,” he remembers. “It was ‘a multi-time-zone’ existence.” Jim’s promotions took the family to Birmingham, Minneapolis, Atlanta, and then back to Birmingham. The terrorist attack in New York on 9/11 was a turning point. “It was a recalibration moment in many ways,” Jim remembers. “Betsy and I sat down and talked about the choices we were making. Where did we really want to live? Where did we want to raise our family? I was away from home more than half the time and our three kids were growing up without me. I was missing so much.” They came home to Tennessee. Jim accepted work in Gallatin that allowed for a more balanced existence. He spent six years as Managing Attorney for the Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands, and then launched a general practice law office on Gallatin’s historic square in 2008. Jim became deeply involved in his children’s lives and has served

“It means a lot to me to get to know the hearts of folks throughout Sumner County's communities, to listen to them, and to work with them on things that matter.”

on the boards and committees of Habitat for Humanity, Boy Scout Troop 407, Children Are People, Gallatin Rotary Club, and Sumner County’s Adult Education Program. “It took moving away and coming back to Gallatin for me to truly appreciate how many wise, caring, and connected people we have in our community,” Jim said. “I grew up with many of the people I interact with today, and it has been wonderful to get to know them as adults.” Jim’s volunteer work with his children’s public schools and his deep respect for educators and school staff members propelled him to a successful run for the Sumner County School Board. “I believe that stronger schools make for a stronger local community,” says Jim. “It means a lot to me to get to know the hearts of folks throughout Sumner County's communities, to listen to them, and to work with them on things that matter.” Jim adds, “We're called to love and treasure our neighbors, and that means showing God's love for us through our love for others. That's how I want to live my life.”

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Dr. John Rippy Sometimes the road home is long and winding. Dr. John Rippy knows. He trekked through the mountains of Wyoming and the rolling hills of south central Pennsylvania before finding his way back to Gallatin. After graduation from Gallatin High School in 1997, John attended the University of Tennessee – Chattanooga. During summer breaks, he lived in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and earned money guiding raft trips on the Snake River in the Grand Tetons National Park. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in economics and moved to Breckenridge, Colorado to work in a job auditing the financial records of ski resorts. “I got tired of that real fast,” John remembers, “so after one year I resigned and drove back to Gallatin without a plan.” It was 2002. Knowing he wanted to pursue another career path, John considered his options. When his father, Dr. B.J. Rippy, suggested John consider dentistry, it sounded like a good plan. Dr. B.J. Rippy had launched Rippy Family Dentistry 30 years earlier and John had helped with administrative tasks throughout high school. Dentistry was practically the family business. When dad retired, son would take over the practice. John began the journey to dental school at Volunteer State Community College where he completed prerequisite courses. After finishing the Doctor of Dental Surgery program at the University of Tennessee’s Health Science Center in Memphis, John intended to return to Gallatin. There was just one problem. His father wasn’t quite ready to retire. “My wife was from Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, a small town near Gettysburg, so we moved there,” says John, who found work as a dentist in a Federally Qualified Health Center that provided comprehensive care to underserved and uninsured patients.

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“I dragged my wife away from her hometown to come back to mine,” he says. “It was a big change for her... Now, she loves it here so much there’s no going back.”

After three years in Pennsylvania, John and his wife were considering the possibility of settling in Chambersburg. “I was on the verge of buying a dental practice when Dad finally called and said he was ready to retire,” remembers John. So, in 2013, John returned to Gallatin. “I dragged my wife away from her hometown to come back to mine,” he says. “It was a big change for her. At first, I wasn’t sure she would be willing to stay. Now, she loves it here so much there’s no going back.” What's it like to come back to your hometown? “It's exciting running into people I grew up with,” he says. “Everyone knows who I am and that’s nice. You come back and then you realize that this is where you're supposed to be.” §


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SUMNER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER:

Ahead of the Curve

At Sumner Regional Medical Center (SRMC), the leadership team and staff are continuously exploring ways to advance the hospital’s mission of making the communities of Sumner County and the surrounding areas healthier. SRMC leadership team hosts the grand opening of the hospital’s new helipad.

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s SRMC the hospital continues to live out its vision of creating a place where people choose to come for healthcare, where physicians want to practice, and where employees want to work, Sumner Regional’s more than 50-year legacy of caring for Gallatin and the surrounding communities is stronger than ever. Inviting the best physicians into northern middle Tennessee and supporting them is one of the most important drivers of the hospital’s ability to offer the best possible healthcare to the communities it serves. During the past year, SRMC added more than 30 new physicians in a number of service lines, including radiology, internal medicine, gastroenterology, neurology and tele-neurology, orthopedic surgery, emergency medicine, urology, obstetrics and gynecology, and general surgery. And while delivering high quality patient care close to home is the single most important contribution made by SRMC, there are many other ways the hospital makes a positive impact in the Sumner County community and beyond. In creating excellent workplaces for its 1,300 employees, the hospital made $13 million in capital improvements in 2016, including opening Gallatin’s first free-standing Emergency Room at Sumner Station, opening the new Carpenter Cancer Center at Sumner Station, completing a renovation of the hospital’s endoscopy lab and the construction of a second cardiac catheterization lab, adding a new helipad for emergency transport, and managing and distributing an annual payroll of nearly $60 million. Sumner Regional Medical Center is proud to take a leadership role in Gallatin and the surrounding communities and is

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committed to delivering needed healthcare to everyone, regardless of their ability to pay. In fact, in 2016 SRMC donated more than $5.28 million in healthcare services to those in need. SRMC was also proud to partner with and support a number of organizations that provide greatly needed services and education to residents. In 2016, the hospital provided more than $65,000 to support programs. The hospital is also committed to ensuring fiscal responsibility – both at the hospital and in the community. In 2016, SRMC paid a total of $2.3 million in taxes and provided numerous sponsorships and donations to local organizations. 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. §


The Emergency Room at Sumner Station is the first free-standing 24-hour Emergency Room in Gallatin.

Healthcare

Sumner Regional Medical Center opened a second cardiac catheterization lab in 2017.

At Sumner Regional Medical Center, our goal is to deliver the highest quality healthcare available to the residents of Sumner County and beyond, as we seek to make our community healthier. — Susan Peach, Market President HighPoint Health System

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SALVUS CENTER:

Extending a Hand to the Working Uninsured “I have a job but no health insurance.” That’s the reality for a growing number of Sumner County residents. As the debate over federally-mandated health insurance rages, Salvus Center is quietly and diligently executing its Biblically based mission to care for those who are sick and in need. Located in Gallatin, Salvus Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and a Safety Net Clinic that provides healthcare to working individuals whose employers don’t offer health coverage. The clinic provides primary health and dental care, diagnostic services, disease prevention, prescription assistance, and preventive services. Fees are based on a sliding scale.

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For Salvus Center President/ CEO Jennifer Flanagan, the clinic meets an important need. “There are so many people in Sumner County who aren’t covered by an employer’s group insurance plan,” says Flanagan. “Some are self-employed. Others are in their 90-day waiting period for health benefits from an employer. Still others are working jobs where benefits aren’t offered. And some will never be insured. We’re here to bridge the gap.” The Salvus Center Medical office is located at 556 Hartsville Pike #200 in Gallatin. The Dental Center is located at 1005 Union School Road in Gallatin. For more information, call (615) 451-0038 or visit salvuscenter.org.


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

Gallatin Children's Clinic (615) 451-9246 648 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.ourvipkids.com

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

BrightStar Care (615) 989-3444 106 Public Square, Ste 103 Gallatin TN 37066 www.brightstarcare.com/sumnerand-wilson-counties

Gallatin Dental Care (615) 452-2191 1101 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatindentalcare.com

Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt (615) 936-8282 3401 West End Ave, Ste 460 Nashville TN 37203 www.childrenshospital.vanderbilt.org

Brookdale Senior Living - Gallatin (615) 451-7722 400 Hancock St Gallatin TN 37066 www.brookdale.com Burchfield, Richardson, McLeod, Shea, West & Hamilton (615) 451-0015 355A Hancock St Gallatin TN 37066 www.omspartners.com Care All (615) 644-4972 326 Welch Rd Nashville TN 37211 www.careallinc.com Cumberland Mental Health Services (615) 452-1354 510 E Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.vbhcs.org First Step Prosthetics (615) 461-8557 728 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.firststepprosthetics.com Gallatin Center for Rehabilitation & Healing (615) 452-2322 438 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.GallatinCenterRehab.com

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Gallatin Optical (615) 452-2111 137 W Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinoptical.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 Hendersonville Medical Center (615) 338-1000 355 New Shackle Island Rd Hendersonville TN 37075 www.hendersonvillemedicalcenter.com Hickory Hills Alzheimer's Special Care Center (615) 826-1528 162 Indian Lake Blvd Hendersonville TN 37075 www.jeaseniorliving.com Mays Dentistry Family and Cosmetic (615) 452-1225 200 S Westland Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.maysdentistry.com Middle Tennessee Audiology (615) 447-5660 323 Steam Plant Rd Gallatin TN 37066 middletennesseeaudiology.com

Moore Life Urgent Care (615) 461-8784 253 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.moorelifeurgentcare.com Morningside of Gallatin (615) 230-5600 1085 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.morningsideassistedliving.com NHC Healthcare, NHC Place Sumner (615) 451-0788 140 Thorne Blvd Gallatin TN 37066 www.nhcplacesumner.com Oral Health Associates, PLLC (615) 451-3833 614 Commons Dr Gallatin TN 37066 www.oralhealthgallatin.com Orgain Family Vision Care (615) 824-5486 131 Indian Lake Rd Hendersonville TN 37075 www.greateyes.org Perkins Drugs and Gift Shoppe (615) 452-6111 532 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.perkinsdrugs.com Right Care Family Practice (615) 989-7907 323 Steam Plant Rd Gallatin TN 37066


Healthcare Directory

Rippy Family Dentistry (615) 451-9300 661 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinfamilydentist.com

Station Camp Children's Clinic (615) 451-7222 225 Big Station Camp Rd, Ste 204 Gallatin TN 37066 www.ourvipkids.com

Saint Thomas Health (615) 284-6468 102 Woodmont Blvd Nashville TN 37209 www.saintthomasdoctors.com/ gallatin

Sumner County Health Department (615) 206-1100 1005 Union School Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnertn.org/offices/health

Salvus Center, Inc. (615) 451-0038 556 Hartsville Pike, Ste 200 Gallatin TN 37066 www.salvuscenter.org Smile Connections Family Dental (615) 265-0330 1650 Nashville Pike, Ste 300 Gallatin TN 37066 www.smileconnectionsllc.com Smile Construction Orthodontics (615) 824-8929 608B Commons Dr Gallatin TN 37066 www.smileconstruction.com Smile Maker Orthodontics (615) 865-6551 200 Gleaves St, Ste C Madison TN 37115 www.smilemaker.com Smiles from the Hart (615) 452-2868 355 Hancock St, Ste B Gallatin TN 37066 www.smilesfromthehart.com Southern Sports Medical Institute (615) 452-3320 570 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.southern-sports.com Star Physical Therapy (615) 451-5158 940 Memory Lane, Ste 103 Gallatin TN 37066 www.STARpt.com

Vanderbilt Health Affiliated Network (615) 875-0502 3401 West End Ave, Ste 290 Nashville TN 37203 Waters of Gallatin (The) (615) 452-7132 555 E Bledsoe St Gallatin TN 37066

Sumner Pediatric Dentistry (615) 461-7491 200 S Westland Ave, Ste 2 Gallatin TN 37066 www.cdgkids.com Sumner Regional Medical Center (615) 328-8888 555 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.mysumner medical.com Swauger Pediatric Dentistry (615) 824-5047 100 Springhouse Court, Ste 110 Hendersonville TN 37075 www.KRSpd.com Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance (TOA) (615) 675-2000 270 E Main St, Ste 300 Gallatin TN 37066 www.toa.com Tennessee Orthopedics (615) 461-7335 556 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 tennesseeorthopedics. com Tigges Chiropractic Same Day DOT Physicals Drug & Alcohol Testing (615) 452-1575 529 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatin chiropractic.com

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Advertiser Profile

Profiles

Johnson Family Agency

Laser and Medical Aesthetics

There’s something about a Gallatin address that is very attractive for business owners. Just ask Lisa Grissim, FNP, owner and founder of Profiles Laser and Medical Aesthetics, which relocated to Gallatin last year. “Gallatin is growing and we love the city’s sense of community,” says Grissim, whose thriving medical aesthetics practice had already outgrown two locations in Hendersonville. “The building we purchased is a perfect balance of homey and professional. Our clients love it.” Launched in 2007, Profiles Laser and Medical Aesthetics provides expertise in non-surgical solutions to aging. “We have an outstanding team of experienced and highly-trained professionals with a passion for understanding each client’s unique needs,” states Grissim, whose staff has 20 years of experience providing Botox and dermal fillers, and 40 years of experience in aesthetics, laser, and skin care services. Profiles also has the distinction of being the only local firm that has achieved National Diamond Level status with Allergan. “Only 3 percent of the companies offering Allergan products achieve this status.” Profiles Laser and Medical Aesthetics helps clients deal with

Allstate

Advertiser Profile

When a business decides to change its name, it’s a big deal. Just ask Patrick Johnson. Co-owner of the Chris Grinstead Agency for the last six years, Johnson purchased his business partner’s share of the Gallatin-based insurance firm in late 2017 and unveiled a new name on December 1, 2017. Now known as Allstate Johnson Family Agency, Johnson’s firm gives Gallatin residents easy access to Allstate’s comprehensive line of home, auto, and other insurance products.

more than the external effects of aging. “We're not just a med spa anymore, though we definitely started that way,” notes Grissim. “Not long after I launched the business, I could see that we weren't serving our patients if we didn't help them address aging from the inside out. I became a nurse practitioner so I could prescribe bio-identical hormone therapy and offer other services that address the root cause of aging-related issues.” As part of their holistic anti-aging service menu, Profiles Laser and Medical Aesthetics has added new capabilities including IV infusion therapy that boosts the immune system and increases energy, and a program that addresses cardiovascular disease from the point of inflammation. “We’re incredibly excited about The Bale Doneen Method,” Grissim adds. “We test for advanced inflammatory markers, genetics, and then develop a program with patients that ensures that they won’t have a heart attack or stroke. It’s a revolutionary new approach.” Profiles Laser and Medical Aesthetics is located at 1184 Nashville Pike. For more information, call (888) 343-0878 or visit profileslaser.com. §

In an industry where everyone claims to have the best service, Allstate Johnson Family Agency takes the notion to a higher level. Each client is like a member of the family. Staff members give their personal cell phone numbers to clients. The firm’s Good Neighbor Program offers added protection. “When we work with anyone who lives within about a 20-mile radius of Gallatin, we don’t just go to their home to meet them, we stop by to meet their neighbors, too,” says Johnson. “That way, if a problem happens on client’s property when they’re away, the neighbor can call us.” Community involvement is a core value for everyone at Allstate Johnson Family Agency. “Our primary success metric is community engagement,” notes Johnson. “That’s why we’re involved in a number of organizations including the Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce and Sumner County Anti-Drug Coalition. We consider ourselves Gallatin’s biggest cheerleaders.” Johnson loves doing business from a Gallatin address. “I call our city a little big town,” he laughs. “Gallatin is small enough that you can know everyone and large enough to allow lots of businesses to thrive. It’s a family-oriented place where you can feel connected, not a corporate town where you don’t know your neighbors.” Allstate Johnson Family Agency is located at 612 Hartsville Pike across from Sumner Regional Medical Center. For more information, call (615) 4428688. §

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EDUCATION:

The Key to a Bright Future Dr. Del Phillips, Sumner County Director of Schools

A Gallatin address puts you close to top-notch educational facilities, including a highly-ranked public school district, prestigious private academies, and universities where students can complete bachelor’s degrees and beyond. Gallatin-area educational institutions are equipped to help every member of the family achieve their educational goals.

Sumner County Schools Keeping Pace How are Sumner County Schools staying ahead of Gallatin’s rapid growth? Dr. Del Phillips, Superintendent of Sumner County Schools, shares a few highlights. Jack Anderson Elementary Classroom Addition: Completed in August 2017, this project added new classroom space to accommodate the growing number of students and redirected drop off/pick-up traffic to the back of the building. The additional queuing space created by this project is a welcome relief to motorists caught in long lines on and around Shutes Lane. Guild Elementary Classroom and Cafeteria Addition: The addition of a new wing will add much-needed classroom space along with a new, larger cafeteria that will make lunchtime much easier for students. Improvements to the driveway and traffic patterns include moving the student drop-off/pick-up location to the back of the building. Expected completion: December 2018. Station Camp Middle School Classroom and Parking Addition: This project includes a 12-classroom addition and more parking for the elementary and middle schools to alleviate congestion during special events. Expected completion: Early 2018.

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HistoricalEducation Gallatin

Sumner County Leadership Academy How do you create a great school system? You start by growing strong leaders. That’s why the Sumner County Leadership Academy was created. It all started with a casual conversation between Benny Bills, a long-time Sumner County school administrator, and Charles Lea, then-Executive Director of Union University in Hendersonville. “A few conversations later, Associate Professor Mike Shackleford entered the mix and the rest is history,” says Renee Dauer, Union University’s Campus Director and chair of the school’s Adult and Professional Studies program.

Renee Dauer, Union University Campus Director/Chair of Adult and Professional Studies Program

Designed as a partnership between Sumner County Schools and Union University, the Sumner County Leadership Academy was created to give aspiring school leaders the tools needed to not only be a leader but lead in strategic ways and transform schools. Participants listen to guest speakers from schools and universities throughout Tennessee, work on leadership projects, enjoy networking opportunities, and engage in deep conversations that tend to alter perspectives. “We help teachers approach the educational process like entrepreneurs,” says Mike Shackleford, who directs the program. “The goal is to break the norm of what happens in schools and expose participants to unique experiences and ideas.” The program is intense. Participants meet in the summer for three days and in the fall for two. Extensive pre-work is required and a leadership project is part of the fall curriculum. Participants receive three hours of graduate credit if they enroll in Union University for an advanced degree. Teachers pay nothing to participate; the program is privately funded by local companies and education-minded community groups like the Hendersonville Chamber Foundation and Wilson Bank and Trust. Since its launch in 2012, 145 educators and administrators have completed the program’s demanding curriculum. Participant groups vary. Some are comprised of teachers who aspire to administrative roles like principal and assistant principal in the Sumner County school district. Other groups are made up of administrators and teacher leaders who want to hone skills that will make them more effective in their current roles. “The goal is for every-one to come together, share experiences, and be pushed to think differently whether they become a school leader or not,” says Dauer. Getting in isn’t easy. “It's a competitive process and there are always more applicants than spots,” says Shackleford. (continued)

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Welch College: Making a Difference The opening of Welch College last year makes Gallatin a member of a very exclusive club. Just 5 percent of Tennessee cities have a residential college campus within their city limits. Since 1942, Welch College has fulfilled its mission to educate leaders to serve Christ, His Church, and His world through Biblical thought and life. It continues that mission today at its new state-of-the-art campus in Gallatin. Welch offers 40 majors with its top programs including theological studies, pre-med/ nursing, business, teacher education and music. Approximately 400 students are enrolled annually from nearly two dozen states and several foreign countries. The new Welch campus is located north of Station Camp High School between Bison Trail and the Stone Creek subdivision. Buildings housing the school’s administrative offices, classrooms, science labs, library, dormitories, a gymnasium, and a student center were completed in 2017. A Fine Arts building which houses a multi-purpose auditorium, the music department, and dining facilities opened in fall 2017. “This $30 million investment makes Welch one of just two postsecondary institutions with a main campus in Sumner County— and the county’s only residential college,” said Dr. Charles Lea, Professor of Educational Leadership and Special Assistant to the President for Adult Education. “As we look to the future, we want to provide more programs that have a direct impact on Gallatin and the surrounding area.” They’re already off to a good start with several new programs and partnerships in the works. A nursing education collaborative launching this year will enable students to attend Welch for their first two years, then go on to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at a partner university while continuing to live on the Welch campus. The schools’ community service requirement means an influx of nursing students will be volunteering in area healthcare and long-term care facilities. “Our students give more than 10,000 hours of community service each year,” says Dr. Lea. “This helps students develop a strong bond to the community.” In a dual enrollment program piloting this year, students at Station Camp High School can walk across the street and take college courses at Welch. Officials are working on developing similar dual enrollment programs with other high schools in the area. 42

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Dr. Charles Lea, Professor of Educational Leadership and Special Assistant to the President for Adult Education


Education Welch, nationally known for top-ranked associate’s and bachelor’s degree programs, is also expanding its menu of graduate degree programs. Students can now earn a master’s degree in ministry and theology, and a master’s degree in education will be developed during the 2017-18 academic year. “Our goal is to create unique opportunities in education instead of mirroring what's already being offered,” says Dr. Lea. Welch is also a key player in Tennessee Reconnect, a statewide initiative to help adults enter higher education to gain new skills, advance in the workplace, and fulfill lifelong dreams of completing a degree or credential. “We offer many programs for students taking advantage of Tennessee Reconnect scholarships,” notes Dr. Lea. The school’s Enriched Adult Studies Program offers degrees in education, business, and ministry. Business students can focus their studies in highdemand fields such as manufacturing, supply chain logistics, and healthcare management. Students interested in ministry careers can participate in a unique certificate program taught entirely in Spanish. As Gallatin grows, Welch will grow along with it. “We are very excited to be up and running on our new Gallatin campus,” adds Dr. Lea, “We view these programs as a way to support the community that has extended such a warm welcome to us.”

Runners pull out all the stops to dress for the annual Gallatin Shamrock Run, which raises money for Gallatin Chamber Foundation

Business Supporting Education The Gallatin Chamber Foundation is the Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce’s 501(c)3 component that exists to fund innovative education programs in Gallatin schools. The Gallatin Chamber Foundation School Improvement Awards are awarded each fall to Gallatin K-12 public school teachers to use for special projects in their classrooms. The Gallatin Chamber Foundation sponsors the Gallatin Shamrock Run each year. All proceeds from this event are used to help fund the awards. In 2014, the Foundation’s inaugural year, more than $5,000 was raised. Since then, contributions have soared, with more than $20,000 raised in 2017. §

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Education

Members of the Volunteer State Community College Ambassador Program cut loose with frisbees on campus.

Directory of Schools, Colleges and Universities Elite Education (615) 388-8879 134 W Eastland Ave Gallatin TN 37066 eliteeducationprek.webs.com Goodpasture Christian School (615) 868-2600 619 Due West Ave Madison TN 37115 goodpasture.org Hendersonville Christian Academy (615) 824-1550 355 Old Shackle Island Road Hendersonville TN 37075 www.hcacrusaders.com Lindsey Wilson College (270) 384-8040 c/o Volunteer State Community College Campus 1480 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.lindsey.edu Pope John Paul II High School (615) 822-2375 117 Caldwell Drive Hendersonville TN 37075 www.jp2hs.org

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Southside Baptist Church & K-12 Christian School (615) 452-5951 1028 S Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.southsidegallatin.org

Trevecca Nazarene University (615) 248-1529 c/o Volunteer State Community College Campus 1480 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.trevecca.edu/mhr

St. John Vianney Catholic Church and School (615) 230-7048 449 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.saintjohnvianney.org

Union University (615) 447-2500 205 Indian Lake Blvd Hendersonville TN 37075 www.uu.edu/hendersonville

Sumner Academy (615) 452-1914 464 Nichols Lane Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumneracademy.org

Volunteer State Community College (615) 230-3571 1480 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.volstate.edu

Sumner County Schools (615) 451-5200 695 E Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnerschools.org

Welch College (615) 675-5255 1045 Bison Trail Gallatin TN 37066 www.welch.edu

Tennessee College of Applied Technology Hartsville (615) 374-2147 716 McMurry Blvd Hartsville TN 37074 www.tcathartsville.edu


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SMALL BUSINESS

BIG IMPACT Behind every small business is a story of inspiration, grit, and persistence. What motivations and circumstances drove the leaders of four successful Gallatin-based small businesses to launch their enterprises? Gallatin City Guide investigates.

Startup Gallatin Gallatin residents with bright business ideas now have a way to bring their dreams to life. It’s called Startup Gallatin and it’s a 10week training program that equips aspiring entrepreneurs with the insights, relationships, and tools needed to turn business ideas into action and turn a passion into a sustainable and thriving business. The first forum will debut in early 2018 with additional forums planned for later in the year. Participants in each Startup Gallatin will complete a ten-week training program, meeting for three hours each week at Gallatin’s business incubator located at 106 Public Square in Historic Downtown. The program wraps up with a funding pitch session when entrepreneurs present their business plans to a panel of public and private investors for a chance to win a cash award of up to $3,500.

Clay Haynes is hosting the 10-week Startup Gallatin program at 106 Public Square. To learn more or to apply for an upcoming Startup Gallatin, visit www.startupgallatin.com.

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Program organizers have licensed the training materials from a Chattanooga-based firm called Co.Starters that focuses exclusively on the startup and growth of lifestyle small businesses. The program is currently in use in more than 55 cities across the U.S. “We chose Co.Starters because they have a demonstrated track record of success helping individuals seed and grow their business,” said K. Clay Haynes, the Gallatinarea developer coordinating the launch of Startup Gallatin. “After two years, 87 percent of the businesses launched using the Co.Starters program are still in operation, averaging almost $250,000 in annual revenue and employing between two and five employees. That’s an impressive success rate.”


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From l. to r.: Robert Warren – IT Manager, Krissy Weber – Marketing Director, Rene’ Vander Wielen – Co-Owner, Michael Weber II – Co-Owner

According to Haynes, entrepreneurs must meet three basic qualifications to participate: 1. Have a business idea that they would like to grow in Gallatin. 2. Be willing to share their idea with a group of their peers to refine the concept. 3. Commit to the full 10-week program.

Absolute Business Solutions If you’re looking to start a business, experts tell you to look for a problem to solve. That’s what Rene’ Vander Wielen and Michael Weber did. In 2014, the mother-in-law/son-in-law combo started making plans to relieve headaches for the owners of small businesses.

Both had worked with small businesses throughout their careers, “Many small business owners and both were familiar with the most common pain points business don’t have the time to give owners faced. “Technology, finances, accounting and IT the attention and accounting are an ongoing they need. I knew that we could struggle for most operations,” says create a business model that Rene’, who spent nine years working in accounting and administrative would enable business owners roles at SERVPRO’s corporate to be more proactive about headquarters in Gallatin. “Many these important tasks.” small business owners don’t have the time to give accounting and IT the attention they need. I knew that we could create a business model that would enable business owners to be more proactive about these important tasks.” For Haynes, entrepreneurship is the secret to community vitality. “The economic model of our grandfathers' generation, the one In 2015, after a full year of planning, Rene’ and her son-inwhere they worked for a single company for 40 years and got law, Michael Weber, formed Absolute Business Solutions. Rene’ a gold watch, is no longer valid,” says Haynes. “Stimulating manages the accounting and administration services while Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs to grow in Gallatin is truly Mike handles the IT side. Their client base includes companies the next generation economic development strategy because it in the franchise, construction, insurance, healthcare, retail, creates local jobs that are rooted in the community. Jobs created manufacturing, automotive, and legal sector, with many this way tend to stay put and the entire community benefits.” located outside of Tennessee. “We have clients in Wisconsin, Virginia, Florida, and Illinois,” notes Michael, who gained IT For more information or to apply for the next session of Startup experience working at one of Sumner County’s largest small Gallatin, visit www.startupgallatin.com. business technology support firms. “One client has offices For participants who complete the 10-week program, the training is free of charge, thanks to a grant from the State of Tennessee’s Main Street Program. “If you accessed a program similar to Startup Gallatin at a business incubator in Nashville, it would cost $1,000,” adds Haynes. Program partners include the State of Tennessee Economic and Community Development, Co.Starters, Greater Gallatin Main Street Program, the Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce, and the City of Gallatin.

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Small Businesses in Brazil and China and we provide IT support for them. It’s amazing what you can accomplish with remote connections and video conferencing.” The company also offers full-service and self-serve payroll, and administration services. “Our focus is on small to medium size businesses with 100 or fewer employees,” says Rene’. “Our largest client has 105 employees.” The founders are clear on what Absolute Business Solutions is—and is not. “We are not a break and fix company,” says Michael. “If people come in off the streets looking for someone to fix their computer, we refer them out.” Rene’ agrees. “We don’t provide accounting or tax services for the general public though we will do personal returns for our business clients,” she adds. “We operate on a business-tobusiness model.” What do the founders think about doing business in Gallatin? “We are passionately in love with our community,” says Rene’. “It’s where we want to be. Fifteen years ago, I wouldn’t have imagined starting a business in Gallatin but it’s a different story today. We got here at exactly the right time.” Absolute Business Solutions is located at 967-A Grassland Place in Gallatin. For more information, call (615) 585-1602 or visit www.absolutebusiness.solutions.

CenterStage Performing Arts Academy Six forward-thinking creative entrepreneurs had a dream: to create a place where talent could be nurtured and children could get experience performing without having to make the trek to Nashville. That dream became a reality in 2015 when they purchased CenterStage Performing Arts Academy in Gallatin.

CenterStage Performing Arts Academy: Natalie Klein Hudson and Kayla Witty pose for a photo in CenterStage Performing Arts Academy’s state-ofthe-art performance hall.

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The business partners—Kayla Witty, Natalie Klein Hudson, David Klein, Laurie Klein, Nathan Schneider, and Daniel Hudson—quickly went to work. What started as a dance studio with about 80 students was transformed as the new owners boosted the school’s offerings. “We added a music program and a theater program and grew our student base to about 150,” says Kayla Witty, Director of Education. “The music program, directed by Nathan Schneider, features two choirs and private lessons for voice and several instruments, and the theater program produces musical variety shows and acting shows.” The new owners have spared no expense to make their dream a reality. Led by David Klein, Director of Operations, and Daniel Hudson, Chief Financial Officer, the team gutted the 10,000-sq.-ft. building in 2016 and completely reconfigured the space. “We went from two dance studios to five, added four private lesson rooms, created a huge lobby, and renovated the bathrooms,” says Natalie Klein Hudson, Director of Performance. They also added a massive state-of-the-art performance hall complete with professional lighting, a sound system, and chandeliers. “We did it so we can host our own shows,” says Natalie. “We’d always had trouble finding a venue in Gallatin large enough for the kinds of shows we were doing. We had been doing them at the Palace Theater or going into Hendersonville. The parents of our students preferred to stay closer to home.” Even though they are entering their third year of business, CenterStage already has a claim to fame. A group of 13 dancers from CenterStage has been invited to represent Tennessee at Dance Excellence, an international dance festival held in Los Angeles in April 2018. The dancers will be taking master classes with dancers from Broadway and will have the opportunity to perform at Disneyland. “Just one studio from each state is


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Scrub Squad: Samuel Marksberry and Sara Elwess assemble supplies to clean a property on Gallatin’s historic square.

invited to represent their state so this is a tremendous honor for everyone at CenterStage,” says Kayla. CenterStage Performing Arts Academy is located at 250 Hancock Street in Gallatin. For more information, call (615) 230-9341 or visit www. performcenterstage.com

Scrub Squad What does it take to build an empire? Sara Elwess knows. This 30-year-old central Oregon native has built a thriving business creating order for families and businesses throughout the Gallatin area. It all started when Sara moved to Gallatin in 2015. Her aunt cleaned house for a handful of people and asked Sara to help her out. A few months later, when her aunt decided to leave the housecleaning business, Sara could hear opportunity knocking. After recruiting her cousin’s husband, Samuel Marksberry, to be her business partner, the business took off. It’s no surprise. Before launching her company, Sara spent 15 years in the cleaning business, mostly in management roles for small operators and franchisees of large, nationally known brands. She had cleaned it all: residential, commercial, moveins, move-outs, new construction, car detailing, and more. Over the years, Sara had paid close attention to the way her

“I knew that I could combine my cleaning industry know-how with Samuel’s business and IT background to create something totally different.” employers conducted business. “They were all making the same mistakes and creating unhappy clients,” says Sara. “I learned from every one of them.” Sara took this knowledge and set out to create an organization that would deliver a better experience for clients. “I knew that I could combine my cleaning industry know-how with Samuel’s business and IT background to create something totally different,” says Sara. Samuel Marksberry agrees. In addition to overseeing business operations, he serves as the chief evangelist for the business. “I make sure everyone has the tools they need to create the kind of experience we want our clients to have,” says Samuel, the company’s chief executive officer whose IT expertise is behind the company’s approach to business systems. “If a problem happens, I’m able to resolve it almost instantaneously. This is a big deal in the cleaning business.”

The company’s approach has created an enthusiastic group of clients who aren’t shy about recommending Scrub Squad to their family and friends. In less than two years, the company has tripled its client base. “We haven’t done any marketing,” admits Sara. “Our growth has been 100 percent word of mouth. We have clients in Gallatin, Hendersonville, Bethpage, and Cross Plains.” What’s the best part about running a business in Gallatin? For Sara, it’s the people and the flexibility that being a business owner offers. “I’m a single mom with four kids,” she says. “I can shape my work schedule around the needs of my life. That's huge.” For Samuel, it’s the city’s diversity and small-town feel. “I love the historic square,” says Samuel, “and the people in Gallatin are amazing.” Though their focus is currently on Sumner County, they hope to expand Scrub Squad into adjacent counties in the future. “Our plan is to leverage our existing business structure so we can serve people throughout Middle Tennessee,” says Samuel. “We’ve got a great service. We want to create something that puts Gallatin on the map.” For more information, contact Scrub Squad at (615) 947-5263. §

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Moves & Expansions

Moves & Expansions Gallatin is booming! Just look around and you’ll see new construction all over the city. Gallatin City Guide profiles three local business owners whose roots in Gallatin are getting a little deeper.

Perkins Drug Adds Second Location

Hilton Garden Inn Comes to Gallatin

In early 2018, Perkins Drugs & Gift Shop, Gallatin’s longest continually-operated business and one of the city’s most beloved pharmacies, added a second location in the Fairvue area. For owner Andrew Finney, the move came after many years of planning. “We knew that we needed a presence on the west side of Gallatin because that’s where much of the city’s growth is happening,” Andrew says.

It’s full steam ahead for Hemel Surati. The Gallatin business owner and developer has cleared every hurdle in the journey to making the ambitious Bakers Crossing project a reality. The first shovel of dirt was turned in May 2017 and the initial phase of the project, which includes a Hilton Garden Inn and convention center, is expected to be complete by the end of 2018.

Finding the right location was a key factor. Finney wanted to be close to Nashville Pike and near growing developments like Fairvue and Kennesaw Farms. “Our research told us that people on the west side of Gallatin tend to drive into Hendersonville to shop,” Finney says. “There are eight different pharmacies between Perkins’ east-side pharmacy and the Green Lea Blvd. area. We have many loyal customers who come from the west side of Gallatin but a large number of residents do not because of convenience. We opened the new location because we wanted to make sure there's no geographic reason that people are not coming to our store.” Perkins Drugs anchors a multi-tenant building at 879 Green Lea Blvd. For more information, call (615) 452-6111 or visit perkinsdrugs.com.

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Developer Hemel Surati stands at the construction site of the Hilton Garden Inn. Expected to open by the end of 2018, the hotel will anchor the new Bakers Crossing development on Tulip Poplar Drive.

Though the start date for the project’s second phase is undetermined, plans include a boutique-style hotel with condos on upper floors and retail space on the street level. “We’re evaluating a number of different hotel brands,” says Surati. “A boutique hotel will be a great asset for the area.” Surati says his company plans to make Gallatin its home base for the hotel development arm of his family’s company, which is currently wrapping up 14 hotel projects in Pennsylvania. The Bakers Crossing project will be a model for more like it in other cities. “Everyone wants to be in ‘it’ cities like Nashville and that has sent real estate prices through the roof,” he says. “Our goal is to enter smaller markets where the cost of land is lower so we can spend most of our money on the actual development project. We will be the guys who do one or two projects per year with these projects being drivers for growth in every market we enter.” As a Gallatin businessman, Surati is used to working closely with local entrepreneurs and looks forward to the

opportunity to forge mutually beneficial partnerships. “We are totally open to joint ventures,” he notes. “If someone in town says he has a concept for a cool restaurant, we are willing to sit down and talk.”

Children’s Dentistry: New Location, New Name If you build it, they will come… Just ask Dr. Andy Reed. After just five years in business here in Gallatin, his pediatric dental practice will soon be expanding into a spacious new facility located at 1710 Nashville Pike in the Kennesaw Farms development on Gallatin’s southwest side. At the

same time, his practice, now known as Children’s Dentistry, will get a new name: Sumner Pediatric Dentistry. A lot has happened since Dr. Andy launched Children’s Dentistry of Gallatin in 2011. “I’m originally from the Nashville area and thought Gallatin might be a great place to settle, but honestly, I wasn’t 100 percent sure,” admits Dr. Andy. “I knew that our services could benefit Gallatin and Sumner County, but we wanted to test the market before making our commitment.” Dr. Andy initially cared for patients in both Gallatin and Clarksville before making the decision to establish permanent roots in Sumner County. He opened his own private practice at

“We hope to make coming to the dentist fun for our patients, while giving them access to state-of-the-art care that promotes excellent oral health. We love our patient family and we love serving our community.”"

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Children’s Dentistry is expanding to meet the growing demand. Dr. Andy Reed and his staff treat kids and special needs patients to a dental experience that is educational and fun.

200 South Westland near Sumner Regional Medical Center in 2011. “I leased this particular office space because it was associated with a reputable, established practice located in the heart of Gallatin,” Dr. Andy remembers. “We started small, hoping that the practice would be successful and grow quickly.” It did. There was an unmet demand for pediatric dental services in Gallatin

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and as the city’s only board-certified pediatric dental specialist, the practice has boomed. By their third year in business, Children’s Dentistry of Gallatin had already experienced growing pains at their 1,800 sq.ft. office and Dr. Andy began looking for the perfect site to build a stand-alone dental facility. “My wife and I took our time because we wanted to be strategic about choosing our final practice location,” he notes. “Most of Gallatin’s future growth will be on the city’s southwest side, and that’s where we wanted our practice to be.”

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Since its launch, Children’s Dentistry of Gallatin has amassed an enthusiastic fan base and has been tapped as the best pediatric dentist in Sumner County several years in a row. For Dr. Andy, the staff’s skill level is their primary differentiator. “When you’re working with children and special needs patients, choosing a board-certified pediatric dentist can mean the difference between a child looking forward to their experience or absolutely dreading it,” says Dr. Andy. “We hope to make coming to the dentist fun for our patients, while giving them access to state-of-the-art care that promotes excellent oral health. We love our patient family and we love serving our community.”

Is Gallatin the Nicest Place in America?

(See page 26)

We think so—and we’re not alone. In late 2017, Gallatin was named Reader’s Digest’s Nicest Place in America. Local voters turned out in record numbers to cast ballots for their favorite city, catapulting Gallatin to top honors. The prize was a cover story in the November 2017 issue of Reader’s Digest magazine. Read the full story at https://www.rd.com/true-stories/ inspiring/nicest-places-gallatintennessee/.


Local Fact

CRAGFONT was the home of General James Winchester, a protagonist of the American Revolution, a pioneer in the Middle Tennessee wilderness, a soldier against indigenous Americans, a brigadier general in the War of 1812, and co-founder of the City of Memphis The construction of Cragfont was started in 1798 and finished in 1802. It was the finest mansion on the Tennessee frontier and typified the grandeur and style of the best architecture of the late Georgian period. Named Cragfont because it stood on a rocky bluff with a spring at its base, the house is furnished with Federal antiques, some of which are original to the Winchester family. The basement holds an authentic weaving room.

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Four Seasons of Fun IN GALLATIN, TN

It’s all business at the starting line of the annual Shamrock Run 5K & 10K, a fun run through historic downtown Gallatin. The annual event is a fundraiser for the Gallatin Chamber Foundation, which awards grants to teachers in eight Gallatin schools for innovative educational projects for students K-12. The 2017 Shamrock Run raised nearly $15,000 in teacher grants. The 2018 Gallatin Shamrock Run is set for Saturday, March 10, 2018. Register at www.active.com.

2018 CALENDAR OF EVENTS ______________________ January

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______________________ September

January 8, 11:30am- Gallatin Chamber Monthly Luncheon, Volunteer State Community College

May 14, 11:30am- Gallatin Chamber Monthly Luncheon, Welch College

September 8, TBA- Grit, Grace & Grub

January 26, 7:30am- Good Morning Gallatin, Sumner Regional Medical Center January 28, 12pm- Sumner County Bridal Show, Epic Event Centre

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February 12, 11:30am- Gallatin Chamber Monthly Luncheon, Epic Event Centre February, 23, 7:30am- Good Morning Gallatin, Sumner Regional Medical Center

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March 10, 6am- Gallatin Shamrock Run, Downtown Gallatin

May 18, 7:30am- Good Morning Gallatin, Sumner Regional Medical Center May 19, 8am- Farmers Market Opening Day May 25, TBA - Movie at the Market, Gallatin Farmers Market

______________________ October

October 6, 10am - Main Street Festival, Downtown Gallatin

June 9, 10am- GET Gauntlet Games, Gallatin Civic Center

October 8, 6pm- Gallatin Chamber Dinner, Volunteer State Community College

June 11, 11:30am- Gallatin Chamber Monthly Luncheon, TBA

October 13, TBA- Gallatin Gobble Shoot

June 22, TBA- Movie at the Market, Gallatin Farmers Market

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______________________ July

July 9, 11:30am- Gallatin Chamber Monthly Luncheon, TBA

March 23, 7:30am- Good Morning Gallatin, Sumner Regional Medical Center

July 27, TBA- Movie at the Market, Gallatin Farmers Market

April 9, 11:30am- Gallatin Chamber Monthly Luncheon, Epic Event Centre

August 13, 11:30- Gallatin Chamber Monthly Luncheon, First United Methodist Church

April 27, 7:30am- Good Morning Gallatin, Sumner Regional Medical Center

August 24, TBA- Movie at the Market, Gallatin Farmers Market

April 28, 10am - Squarefest, Downtown Gallatin

September 28, TBA- Movie at the Market, Gallatin Farmers Market

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March 12, 11:30am- Gallatin Chamber Monthly Luncheon, First United Methodist Church

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September 10, 11:30am- Gallatin Chamber Monthly Luncheon, Epic Event Centre

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October 26, TBA- Hocus Pocus, Palace Theatre

November 5, 11:30am- Gallatin Chamber Monthly Luncheon, Epic Event Centre November 10, TBA- Merry Market at the Farmers Market November 10 & 11, all day- Tinsel & Treasures Holiday Shopping Weekend

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December 8, 12pm- Gallatin Christmas Parade, Downtown Gallatin December 10, 11:30am- Gallatin Chamber Monthly Luncheon, TBA

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Thousands of people had their eyes on the sky at the Gallatin Eclipse Encounter at Triple Creek Park on August 21, 2017.

Total Solar Eclipse: A Once-in-a-Lifetime Event It was the party to end all parties on Aug. 21, 2017 when a full solar eclipse swept across the U.S. from Salem, Ore., to Charleston, S.C. The center of totality ran through Gallatin’s Triple Creek Park where more than 20,000 visitors from as far away as Japan descended to view Middle Tennessee’s first total solar eclipse since 1478. Gallatin enjoyed the longest viewing length of totality with two minutes and 40 seconds of darkness. The last solar eclipse that took place in the continental U.S. was visible only in the Pacific North in 1979. Outside of 2017, the next visible one in 2024 will pass just north of Tennessee.

The Community that Plays Together Stays Together Charity runs, marathons, fishing derbies, adult and youth sporting leagues, community fitness challenges, recon

Gallatin’s Main Street Festival draws thousands to the city’s historic square on the first Saturday of October.

runs—you name a fitness-oriented event, and Gallatin most likely has it covered. There’s something fun for everyone.

Ignite the Holiday Spirit The holiday season in Gallatin is a special time of year, a magical six weeks where memories are made. Just about every Gallatin neighborhood dresses up beautifully for the yuletide season and the city’s event calendar is packed with events to delight young and old. The fun begins in November with the annual Tinsel & Treasures Open House, a nearly 50-year tradition that marks the official start of the holiday shopping season at the city’s best retailers. During the first week of December, children of all ages gather for the Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony in the historic town square. A few weeks later, the Gallatin Christmas Parade winds its way through town from Sumner Regional Medical Center to Gallatin High School. Throughout the season, you can enjoy holiday movie classics at The Palace Theatre, pick up a commemorative Christmas ornament

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Interesting Fact About Gallatin The first horse race in Tennessee was in Gallatin in 1804. President Andrew Jackson and his wife Rachel were in attendance. Gallatin was the center for horse racing in America before a law outlawed it in Tennessee. Fox hunting and steeple chasing were extremely popular, drawing tourists from surrounding states and even overseas. Foxland Hall’s Laura Branham received the first Sportsman of the Year Award from the Kentucky Horse Breeders Association.

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from the Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce, listen to church bell renditions of Christmas carols, and immerse yourself in the sounds of the season by attending one of the dozens of holiday concerts held at schools and churches throughout the city. Don’t miss Gallatin’s most magical time of the year!

Where to Celebrate

Is there a wedding, reunion, or special event in your future? Don’t bother looking for out-of-town event venues when so many great options are available right here in Gallatin. Rock Creek Farms, Depot Square, Epic Event Centre, Grand Inheritance, Long Hollow Gardens & Vineyards, Bagsby Ranch, Wildflower Farms, and Sycamore Springs are all good options to explore, along with Sumner County Family YMCA, The Pick Inn, NCG Gallatin, The Palace Theatre, CenterStage Performing Arts Academy, 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 such as Rose Mont, Sumner County Museum or Historic Cragfont. The Gallatin Civic Center is a popular party spot, especially for kids, and pavilions in city parks can be reserved for picnics, meetings, and gatherings. And many of Gallatin’s restaurants are large enough to accommodate private parties. With so many venues to choose from, no matter what you’re celebrating, you’ll find a great place for your party in Gallatin! §

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Santa addresses the crowd with a little help from his elves at the annual Christmas Parade.

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

Long Hollow Gardens & Vineyards (615) 451-2666 2064 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.longhollowgardens.com

Barren River Lake State Resort Park (270) 646-2151 1149 State Park Rd Lucas KY 42156 parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/ barren-river

Palace Theatre (The) (615) 452-5692 146 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.downtowngallatin.com

Cumberland River Cruises (615) 451-4001 727 Marina Private Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.cumberlandrivercruises.com Depot Square Events (615) 206-3412 254 W Eastland Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.depotsquareevents.com Epic Event Centre/ Chef Christopher's Catering (615) 452-1912 392 W Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 epiceventcentre.com Grand Inheritance Wedding & Events Facility (The) (615) 230-6699 198 Hix Lane Gallatin TN 37066 grandinheritance.com Hampton Inn - Gallatin (615) 206-9595 980 Village Green Crossing Gallatin TN 37066 www.hamptoninn.com Hilton Garden Inn (Opening Soon) 1460 Tulip Poplar Dr Gallatin TN 37066 Historic Cragfont, Inc. (615) 452-7070 200 Cragfont Rd Castalian Springs TN 37031 www.cragfont.net

Pick Inn (The) (615) 946-4306 550 Zieglers Fort Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.pickinnevents.com Rock Castle State Historic Site (615) 824-0502 139 Rock Castle Lane Hendersonville TN 37075 www.historicrockcastle.com Rock Creek Farms (615) 202-8415 475 Dry Fork Creek Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.rockcreekfarmgallatin.com Rose Mont (615) 451-2331 810 S Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.historicrosemont.org Sumner County Museum (615) 451-3738 183 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnercountymuseum.org Sumner County Tourism (615) 230-8474 2310 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.VisitSumnerTN.com Sycamore Springs (615) 452-7500 3712 Highway 31E Bethpage TN 37022 www.sycamorespringstn.com

Wildflower Farms (615) 557-4028 301 Bob Perry Rd Bethpage TN 37022 www.wildflowerfarmsevents.com

Advertiser Profile

Are You Credit Invisible? If you’re a credit-worthy person without a credit report, you’re not alone, says Pam Ogden, founder and president of Gallatin-based Business Credit Reports, the world’s largest independent provider of business credit information. “There are 45 million credit-invisible people in the U.S. who pay their bills on time but don’t do the kinds of things that show up on a credit report,” Ogden notes. “When these credit-invisible people try to apply for a loan or other credit, they’re often turned down because there’s no credit report for the lender to access.” Fortunately, a company called eCredable is helping credit-invisibles establish credit by pulling 24 months of credit history from telecom, internet and utility providers to create a credit score some lenders use when processing applications for credit cards, personal loans, auto loans, and home loans. “If you’ve been turned down for credit because you don’t have a credit report, you need to know about this,” Ogden adds. “You can get a credit report in less than 24 hours.” For more information or to apply, visit www.ecredable.com. §

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This is a paid advertisement from a Gallatin Area Chamber member.


Interested in participating in Startup Gallatin? Visit startupgallatin.com.

Batteries Plus Bulbs owners David and Kathie Junker offer a wide variety of batteries and bulbs along with device repair services. Batteries Plus Bulbs is located at 1545 Nashville Pike in Gallatin. For more information, call (615) 624-9481

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YUM REPORT

Foodies, take note. Gallatin is full of great places to eat. With so many crave-inducing options, why leave town?

Local Color Independent restaurants are tucked into every corner of the city. For a fine dining experience in a luxurious country club setting, check out Foxland Southern Grille overlooking Old Hickory Lake on the city’s southwest side. Chef Julio Hernandez’s creations, a delightful blend of American, Italian, and Latin American influences, have won him a loyal fan base throughout Middle Tennessee. For a different waterfront dining experience, check out Awedaddy’s Bar & Grill. Located in the Gallatin Marina, Awedaddy’s is known for mouth-watering appetizers, sky-high sandwiches, and to-die-for key lime pie delivered in a fun setting reminiscent of Key West. If you have a hankering for Chicago-style food, Campione’s Taste of Chicago is the place to go. Windy City natives say this place is the real deal while locals rave about the beef “sammiches,” Chicago-style personal pizzas, Chicago dogs, and pizza puffs. Head over to Mama’s Kitchen for a southern hometown meat and three dining adventure with stick-to-your-ribs comfort food like Grandma used to make. Dishes like chicken and dumplings, meatloaf, catfish, and some of the area’s best pies, are served up cafeteria style. If you like your sports with a side of yum, head over to Half Time Sports Bar & Grill. Work up an appetite watching your favorite teams duke it out and then refuel with a Jack Daniel’s Pork Chop platter or a hungerextinguishing 18-oz. burger.

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The line forms at the door for comfort food at Mama’s Kitchen.


Historical Gallatin YUM Report

On the Square There’s no shortage of good eats on and around Gallatin’s history-steeped square with half a dozen restaurants just steps away from each other. Enjoy a hearty lunch of soups, salads, and wraps at Picasso's Plate located in the back of Worthington Galleries. If your taste buds are hankering for Cajun or Creole flavors, head a few doors down to Crescent City. Some NOLA residents who’ve moved to Gallatin report out-of-body experiences after sinking their teeth into an alligator po boy, jambalaya, shrimp & grits, or boudain balls. Live music on occasional weekend nights only adds to the ambiance. Pizza more your style? Check out Prince Street Pizza and Pub for a wide selection of hand-crafted pizzas with names like Pretty Fly for a White Pie and The Cheeseburgular. Get there early on weekend nights because the line forms early. Southern Juice & Beverage Co. is a great choice for vegetarians, vegans, and anyone who’s leaning toward a more plant-based diet. Try a grilled panini, rice bowl, a custom-blended juice, or a smoothie known as “The King.” Around the corner at Govan’s Salon & Coffee Café, you’ll find espresso-based drinks, baked goods, and more served in a relaxing environment perfect for intimate gatherings.

At Starr Ranch, located just North of the Palace Theater, enjoy contemporary southern cuisine along with live music on Friday and Saturday nights. Guests rave about the fried green tomatoes with homemade pimento cheese, flat tire chicken, and bacon-wrapped meatloaf. If you’re a craft beer aficionado, you’ll want to know about BriarScratch Brewing, a small batch non-brewery located on the outskirts of Gallatin. Though the brewery isn’t open to the public, you can experience microbrews like Creekbank Blonde, RoadDog Red, Mudpit Porter, and Hitchin Post Pale Ale at Crescent City, Starr Ranch, Half Time Sports Bar and Grill, Awedaddy’s Bar and Grill, and Prince Street Pizza and Pub.

Chains You Know and Love If you’re in the mood for something fast and familiar, you’re in luck. Many of the nation’s most popular restaurant concepts have a presence in Gallatin. Choose from two McDonald’s locations, one on West Main Street and the other across from Volunteer State Community College, as well as Whitt’s Barbecue, Chik-fil-A, Jimmy Johns, O'Charley's, Smoothie King, Jersey Mike’s Subs, Buffalo Wild Wings, and Wendy’s.

Beers produced by BriarScratch Brewing, Sumner County’s first craft brewery, can be enjoyed at many restaurants in and around Gallatin.

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Sweetness For sweet treats the whole family will love, check out Nothing Bundt Cakes at their Hendersonville storefront. Patty Cakes creates moist and delicious customdesigned cakes for weddings, birthdays, and anniversaries.

South by Far East Craving Mexican food? Check out Cancun Lagoon where the locals rave about the fajitas, chimichangas, and tacos. If you’re into making your own Mexican dishes, start with the home-made tortillas from Santo Nino de Atocha Tortilleria. They make their tortillas fresh every day and you can really taste the difference. If the family is asking for Asian food, Osaka Japanese Restaurant is always a good choice. Expect topnotch sushi and a wide range of tasty Japanese dishes.

Create Your Own Feast If you’re putting on a feed for family, friends, or neighbors, Our Place Cafe and Chef Christopher at Epic Event Center are two excellent catering options. Many of the restaurants mentioned in this article are equipped to cater events or provide private dining experiences. §

Food & Bluegrass Festival Presented by the Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce, debuting Saturday, September 8, 2018. For more information, visit the Events page at www.gallatintn.org.

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Hand-crafted pizzas and craft brews make Prince Street Pizza a local favorite.

Don’t Miss Gallatin’s

Farmers Market If you like to buy goods directly from local sources, check out the Gallatin Farmers Market. Open on Saturday mornings during the spring, summer, and fall, the Gallatin Farmers Market draws more than two dozen local vendors selling fruits, vegetables, plants, flowers, jellies, baked goods, knitwear, soaps, and other interesting fare. “As more people have been coming to the Gallatin Farmers Market, we’ve been adding occasional family-friendly events to the regular line-up of vendors,” says Kim Baker, CEO of the Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce, which has been managing the Gallatin Farmers Market since the beginning of the 2017 season. “We’ve got a strong foundation to build on with a great selection of vendors, hundreds of repeat customers, and plenty of surprises in store for 2018.” Located at 160 Franklin Street, the Gallatin Farmers Market is open seasonally from May through October. The market pavilion can also be rented for special events. For more information, call the Gallatin Chamber of Commerce at (615) 452-4000.


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UMBRA COFFEE:

Born in the Shadow of the Eclipse The next time you’re on Gallatin’s historic square, if you notice a tantalizing coffee aroma, follow your nose into Umbra Coffee, one of the latest additions to the city’s foodie scene. You’ll find locallyroasted coffee, espresso-based beverages, and a limited selection of food to complement the brews. “We’re offering a cutting-edge coffee experience without the attitude typically associated with modern coffee establishments,” says owner Darren Reynolds, a Seattle native whose 15 years of experience in the coffee business includes stints owning and operating his own café in Washington State and managing Tin Cup Coffee’s roasting and retail operations in downtown Nashville. Umbra Coffee is a dream come true, and not just for the espresso purists elated to have a third-wave coffee shop inside the city limits. It’s an answer to prayer for anyone looking for a comfortable, centrally-located place to meet. Situated on the ground floor of the beautifully-renovated community co-working space at 106 Public Square, Umbra has a quiet ambiance that makes it the ideal gathering place. On any given day, you’re likely to find Bible study groups studying scripture, college students preparing for tests, local business owners meeting with clients, and families taking a breather after shopping. What’s in the name? According to Reynolds, a celestial event provided the inspiration. “A friend of mine told me that Gallatin was ground zero for the 2017 eclipse,” he says. “I did a little research and discovered the word “umbra,” which is the term for the shadow of a solar eclipse. Ultimately, Umbra Coffee was born in the shadow of the eclipse and derives its name from our city being the best spot to view the event in Tennessee, and, as I like to say, ‘If you’re in the Umbra, you’re in the right place at the right time.’” For more information, call (615) 461-0242 or visit umbracoffee.com. §

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Lookin' Good

LOOKIN'

GOOD!

There’s no need to leave town to get the products, services, and inspiration you need to look your very best. Everything you need is right here in Gallatin.

Get the Works

If you’re looking for a full-service salon experience where you can access everything under one roof, you’re in luck. Establishments like Hair & Body Salon and Day Spa, Govan’s Salon and Coffee Café, and Ms. Sue’s Med Spa offer everything from traditional hair and nail services to massage therapy, facials, body treatments, spray tanning, waxing, and more. If you’re looking for a slightly higher level of beauty intervention, check out Profiles Laser and Medical, Right Care Wellness & Aesthetics, and Ms. Sue’s Med Spa. You’ll find a wide range of medical aesthetic services including the latest in dermal fillers, injectibles, anti-aging laser treatments, skin care services and more.

Just for the Guys

Want an experience designed just for men? Head over to Sport Clips Haircuts to root for your favorite team while you enjoy barbershop-style services.

Get a Massage

Demi Preskitt, owner of Waine Mercantile + Boutique

In the mood for a massage? You have plenty of options in Gallatin. One of the best known is Shangri-La Massage & Wellness Center, which offers nearly two dozen types of therapeutic massage. Most of the full-service salons and spas in the city also offer bodywork services.

Glow Inside and Out TIP: If you're looking for gift ideas, you can't go wrong with a gift certificate from any of the establishments listed here. You'll be the one who ends up looking good!

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Good health starts from the inside. God’s Green Earth All Natural Products can get you off to a good start with a wide selection of natural health and beauty products, and more than 200 culinary herbs. Several other local firms, including Profiles Laser and Medical and Moore Life Urgent Care, offer weight management and hormone replacement therapies. For the best in makeup and skin care, check out Laura


Lookin' Good

Brittney Yates, owner of Tennessee Honey Boutique & Gifts.

G. Reilly or Elizabeth Doyle, Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultants, or Image Essentials.

Score a New Outfit

The concentration of fashion-related storefronts in Gallatin, especially on and around the historic square, has made the city a hot destination for girls’ weekends. When you’re in town, check out Sassy & Brassy Boutique, Southern Gypsies Boutique, Waine Mercantile + Boutique, and Tennessee Honey Boutique & Gifts (all on the square), Stella’s Boutique on the city’s southwest

side, or Southern Lovin Boutique, an online store that’s as close as your nearest web browser. Wal-Mart Supercenter also offers an extensive selection of clothing. If you want to look fabulous without the hassle of shopping, Image Essentials offers personal shopping and wardrobe management services along with color consultations. Once you’ve assembled your new looks, the experts at Signature Cleaners can keep them in tip-top shape.

All the Glitters

and David McKenzie Jewelers can hook you up with gold, jewelry, gemstones, and more to complement any outfit.

Formally Speaking

Is there a special event in your future? Call Street Tuxedo or Stella’s Boutique. Both offer tuxedo rental services. If you’re looking for gift ideas, you can’t go wrong with a gift certificate from any of the establishments listed here. You’ll be the one who ends up lookin’ good! §

Got a thing for bling? Thomas Jewelers

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Lookin' Good

Lookin' Good Directory Anytime Fitness of Gallatin (615) 461-7429 1545 Nashville Pike, Ste 111 Gallatin TN 37066 www.anytimefitness.com

Moore Life Urgent Care (615) 461-8784 253 West Main Street Gallatin, TN 37066 www.moorelifeurgentcare.com

David McKenzie Jewelers (615) 452-0062 1483 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.davidmckenziejewelers.com

Ms. Sue's Med Spa (615) 452-6677 180 N Belvedere Dr, Ste 20 Gallatin TN 37066 www.mssuesmedspa.com

Gallatin Civic Center (615) 452-5911 210 Albert Gallatin Ave Gallatin, TN 37066 www.gallatintn.gov/369/Civic-Center

Old Soul Tattoo Co (615) 527-7374 110 W Franklin St Gallatin TN 37066 facebook.com/oldsoultattooco

God's Green Earth All Natural Products (615) 596-3843 220 East Main Street Gallatin, TN 37066 www.facebook.com/godsgreen earthanp

OrangeTheory Fitness Hendersonville (615) 815-5970 281 Indian Lake Blvd, Ste 200 Hendersonville TN 37075 orangetheoryfitness.com/ hendersonville

Govan's Salon & Coffee House (615) 206-9777 116 N Water St Gallatin TN 37066 www.govanexpressions.com

Organic Fitness Factory (615) 788-6841 650 Nashville Pike, Ste 5c Gallatin TN 37066 www.organicfitnessfactory.com

Hair and Body Day Spa & Salon (615) 230 - 2962 179 Hancock Street, Ste. 205 Gallatin, TN 37066 www.hairandbodydayspa.com

Profiles Laser and Medical (615) 822-6800 1184 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.profileslaser.com

Image Essentials (615) 452-8493 1003 Cairo Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.joycecolor.com

Right Care Wellness & Aesthetics (615) 989-7907 323 Steam Plant Rd Gallatin TN 37066 rightcarewellness.com

Iron Lotus Gym, LLC (877) 447-3785 323 Hancock St Gallatin TN 37066 ironlotusgym.com

Sassy and Brassy Boutique (615) 230-1739 130 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 sassyandbrassyboutique.com

Mary Kay Cosmetics Elizabeth Doyle (615) 218-5164 Gallatin, TN 37066

Southern Gypsies Boutique (615) 527-7379 114 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 facebook.com/southerngypsies boutique1

Mary Kay Cosmetics Laura G. Riley (570) 594-3093 Gallatin, TN 37066

Southern Lovin Boutique, LLC (615) 681-7796 Gallatin TN 37066 southernlovin-boutique.com Sport Clips Haircuts (Patlan LLC) (615) 451-7399 1101 Nashville Pike, Ste 170 Gallatin, TN 36066 www.haircutmengallatintn.com Stella's Boutique (615) 452-6996 1176 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.thestellaboutique.com Street Tuxedo (615) 865-4640 1714 Gallatin Road Madison, TN 37115 streettuxedo.com Sumner County Family YMCA (615) 826-9622 102 Bluegrass Commons Blvd Hendersonville TN 37075 ymcamidtn.org/sumner-county Tennessee Honey Boutique & Gifts (615) 934-5847 140 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 tennesseehoneyboutique.com Thomas Jewelers (615) 452-3455 179 Hancock St, Ste 102 Gallatin TN 37066 www.Thomas-Jewelers.com Waine Mercantile + Boutique (615) 533-0979 152 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.waineboutique.com Workout Anytime (615) 452-6572 565 Village Green Drive Gallatin, TN 37066 workoutanytime.com/gallatin

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Gallatin’s Third Thursday on Main concert series brings great music to the city’s historic square. Bring your lawn chairs, friends, and the entire family!

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

Listen to Music

You don’t have to go far to hear great music. Just about every church choir and bar band in Gallatin boasts professionalquality performers. On the city’s historic square, a number of establishments feature live performances, including Rico’s Stage Lounge, Starr Ranch, and Crescent City Gallatin. Performers at Awedaddy’s serve up classic rock favorites with an island vibe, and Trinity Music City offers live music with an inspirational twist. If you want to do more than just listen to music, head on over to Ovation Music & Studios on the city’s historic square to book a music lesson, reserve space in one of the rehearsal studios, or participate in their Rock Shop bands and summer camps. CenterStage Performing Arts Academy also offers music, voice, and dance lessons.

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One of the best things about having a quaint downtown square is having music events where we close off the streets and enjoy tunes and local fare with our friends and neighbors. Third Thursday on Main is one of Gallatin's favorite events that always satisfies.

Chill Out on the Water

Looking for relaxing family entertainment on Old Hickory Lake? Cumberland River Cruises features child-friendly pontoon boat sightseeing cruises. Design a customized cruise for your private party or choose from a fun line-up of standard tours with names like Dragonfly Cruise, Fall Foliage Cruise, Full Moon Tour, Sunset Cruise, Fireworks Tour, and many others. Most tours originate from the Gallatin Marina.

Catch a Flick

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 stadiumseating theater on the city’s southwest edge.

See a Play

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 with most featuring professional actors. CenterStage Performing Arts Academy also stages a variety of productions from their stateof-the-art performing arts center.

Get on Stage

Why just see a show when you can be in one? You can do that in Gallatin! CenterStage Performing Arts Academy


Entertainment Gallatin’s event calendar is filled with activities that happen every year, including the Candlelight Cemetery Tour, which has been bringing the area’s rich history to life for the past 21 years.

offers dance classes for all ages, along with opportunities to perform in their state-of-the-art performance hall. Actors Point Theatre Company hosts popular performing arts camps and workshops for kids.

Go Back in Time

Step into Gallatin’s rich past when you visit the Sumner County Museum. Wander around three floors of artifacts from the prehistoric age to the present, including many items from Sumner County’s pioneer past and the Civil War. History buffs will enjoy visiting Rose Mont in Gallatin, Historic Cragfont in Castalian Springs, and Rock Castle in Hendersonville, all lovingly-restored buildings with fascinating back stories linked to some of Tennessee’s most famous families.

Appreciate Works of Art

Check out Worthington Galleries, where you’ll find twenty categories of art on display and for purchase, 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, Sumner County Tourism and Volunteer State Community College display works of art. The Gallatin Arts Council also sponsors a number of entertaining arts-related events each year.

Go Stargazing

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, and Jesse McReynolds. 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, Reba McEntire, and Kenny Chesney. If you spot a famous face, you’ll notice that only tourists ask for selfies or autographs. The locals like to let their famous neighbors be. §

The Palace Theatre marquee lights up the night. The Palace is Tennessee’s oldest silent movie theater still in its original location just off Gallatin’s historic square.

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Advertiser Profile

RightCare Wellness and Aesthetics

RightCare Wellness & Aesthetics is the next logical step for nurse practitioner Stephanie Urell, who launched RightCare Family Practice in 2014. “In 2016, after two years of tending to the needs of elderly patients in long-term care facilities in Gallatin and the surrounding areas, I opened an outpatient clinic,” says Urell. “Many of the people I met were interested in aesthetics services and I was encouraged to expand my practice in that direction.” In September 2017, RightCare Wellness & Aesthetics opened for business. Staffed with two nurse practitioners and a medical doctor, the clinic offers state-of-the-art laser systems that perfect the skin and erase years from the face and body, along with injectibles and other rejuvenation services. “Our training gives people a measure of confidence,” Urell notes. “We’ve invested many years to become experts in skin, body, anatomy, and holistic care.” When you visit RightCare Wellness & Aesthetics, expect to walk into a professional environment with caring people. “We may be medical professionals but we’re really down to earth,” adds Urell. “It’s easy to talk to us and share your concerns. It’s the kind of environment that sets the stage for great outcomes.” RightCare Wellness & Aesthetics is located at 323 Steam Plant Road in Gallatin. For more information, call (615) 989-7907 or visit rightcarewellness.com. §

5 Steps to Building Business Credit If you own a small business or hope to launch one someday, it’s important to build good credit. How do you do this? Pam Ogden, President/CEO of Gallatin-based Business Credit Reports, the world’s largest independent provider of business credit information, offers the following tips: 1. Establish your Business’ Identity. It’s helpful to form an LLC or corporation and establish an Employer Identification Number with the IRS. Then, open a bank account and establish a business phone line using the company’s identity. “Having an identity separate from that of the business owner not only protects the business owner from liability, it shows the world that the business is legitimate,” says Ogden. “Building a professional website with a unique domain and business email address is also very important.” 2. Know about Business Credit Bureaus. The three largest are Experian, Dun & Bradstreet, and Equifax. These credit bureaus build credit profiles on businesses when lenders and other credit issuers report the payment behavior of their credit customers to them. When companies pay 74

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their bills on time, this timely payment activity is reported to the credit bureaus. Likewise, when a company is late on its bills, that poor payment behavior is also reflected on the company’s credit record. Just as there are FICO Scores on consumers, each credit bureau has credit scores on businesses which are powered by the business’ credit profile. “Lenders, suppliers, and sometimes even customers use the company’s credit profile and scores to make credit decisions on the company,” notes Ogden. “Companies with good credit receive lower interest rates, higher credit limits, and better terms from suppliers and lenders than companies with poor credit.” 3. Build a Strong Credit Profile. According to Ogden, you can start by opening a few business credit card accounts. “Accounts for commercial gas cards, charge card accounts from big-box retailers, and regular business credit cards are usually reported to the business credit bureaus and are a terrific way to start building credit,” she notes. “Establish a credit line with suppliers and ask if they report their trade data to the credit bureaus. If they don’t, have them visit BusinessCreditReports.com. BCR can help

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them report their trade data to all three big credit bureaus for free.” 4. Establish Creditworthiness. To get credit, you need to have credit. One option is DUNS File, offered by Dun & Bradstreet, which helps companies establish a D&B credit record and D-U-N-S Number in just a few days. eCredable is another company that helps budding businesses establish credit by pulling 24 months of credit history from telecom, internet, and utility providers and reporting that payment history to the credit bureaus so it appears on your business credit record. 5. Don’t Pay Late. Finally, the most important thing to do is to pay all bills on time. “It’s one thing to get a credit record in place, but if that credit record shows unreliable payment behavior, it won’t do your business any favors,” adds Ogden. “Suppliers and lenders will require lessfavorable terms and may not want to issue credit at all.” For more information, contact Business Credit Reports at (615) 989-7006 or businesscreditreports.com. §


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INDIVIDUALS _____________________________ Allen Parks Baker Ring - Sumner County Commissioner Dr. Charles Moffatt Homer Bradley Joe B. DeBord, Jr. Joe H. Whitaker, Sr. Katherine Dake Armstrong Leonard Assante Patricia Walker Ray S. Dwelle ____________________________

ADVERTISING & MEDIA _____________________________

Amaranth Designs, LLC

(615) 479-2781 106 Public Square, Ste 219 Gallatin TN 37066 amaranthdesignsllc.com (Graphic Design, Advertising Agency, Graphic Design & Printing, Promotional Items, Web Design) ASAP Printing (615) 822-6052 116 Imperial Blvd Hendersonville TN 37075 (Graphic Design and Printing)

Concept One Screen Printing, Inc. (615) 452-2900 210 N Locust Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.conceptonetn.com (Graphic Design and Printing, Promotional Product Sales, Sign/ Visual Marketing, Trophies and Engraving, Apparel & Screen Printing, Embroidery Services) Country Trader (The) (615) 230-1116 322 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.countrytraderonline.com (Media Services - Newspapers, Online & Print, Publishing, Advertising & Marketing) Fairvue Living Magazine (615) 734-9752 1030 Golf Club Cr W Hendersonville TN 37075 www.n2pub.com (Media Services - Magazine Publication) First Place Trophy (FirstPlace, LLC) (615) 822-0857 247 W Main St, Ste C Hendersonville TN 37075 www.firstplacetrophy.com (Trophies & Engraving, Promotional Product Sales)

Gallatin News

(615) 452-4940 355 W Main St, Ste A1 Gallatin TN 37066 www.thegallatinnews.com (Media Services - Newspapers)

Little Josh Productions Busy Bee Printing, LLC (615) 822-0037 334 W Main St Hendersonville TN 37075 www.busybeeprintingllc.com (Graphic Design and Printing, Promotional Product Sales, Sign/ Visual Marketing)

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(615) 948-0203 319 Wildcat Run Gallatin TN 37066 www.littlejosh.com (Audio and Video Production, Video Services) Memories By Murray (615) 300-1887 106 Dalton Circle Hendersonville TN 37075 www.memoriesbymurray.com (Photography)

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Perfect Fit Image Apparel, Inc. (615) 451-2226 430 Airport Rd, Ste A Gallatin TN 37066 www.perfectfitimage.com (Screen Printing & Embroidery, Promotional Product Sales) Praesentia, Inc. (615) 400-1333 106 Public Square, Ste 218 Gallatin TN 37066 www.praesentiainc.com (Marketing, Writing & Communication Services)

Richard Suter Photography (615) 390-1844 260 Wildcat Run Gallatin TN 37066 richaRoadsuterphotography.com (Photography) Sumner Home Page division of Home Page Media Group (615) 712-6500 130 Wilson Pike Circle Brentwood TN 37024 sumnerhomepage.com (Media Services) Target Marketing (800) 933-3909 7766 Ewing Blvd, Ste 200 Florence KY 41042 (Media Services - Publishing) Tennessean Sumner (615) 259-8300 1100 Broadway Nashville TN 37203 www.tennessean.com (Media Services - Newspapers) Tony Young Photography (615) 579-8754 130 Stonehouse Dr Gallatin TN 37066 tonyyoungphotography.com (Graphic Design, Photography) Town Planner Community Calendar (615) 557-7517 1926 Roanoke Dr Lebanon TN 37087 www.TownPlanner.com (Marketing/Advertising)

Trinity Music City, USA (615) 822-8333 1 Music Village Blvd Hendersonville TN 37075 www.trinitymusiccity.com (Media Services - Television) WHIN Radio - Brayden Madison Broadcasting (844) 616-1010 1625 Scotty Parker Rd Gallatin TN 37066 whinradio.com (Media Services - Radio Station) ____________________________

AGRICULTURE, FISHING & FORESTRY _____________________________ BriarScratch Brewing, LLC (615) 319-1562 PO Box 35 Cottontown TN 37048 www.briarscratchbrewing.com (Brewery)

Long Hollow Gardens & Vineyards

(615) 451-2666 2064 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.longhollowgardens.com (Nursery & Vineyard) Puryear Farms Nursery/ Landscaping (615) 452-8948 1490 Cherokee Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.puryearfarms.com (Nursery, Landscaping and Lawn Service) R & S Groundskeeping (615) 451-7911 805 E Robertson Rd Castalian Springs TN 37031 facebook.com/ RsGroundskeepingAndNurseryLlc (Nursery - Garden Center, Landscaping Services, Mulch Products)


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ARTS, CULTURE & ENTERTAINMENT _____________________________ A-Do-Zee Shows (615) 452-5620 Gallatin TN 37066 www.legendarywadejackson.com (Entertainment) Actors Point Theatre Company (615) 431-9620 170D E Main St, Ste 236 Hendersonville TN 37075 www.actorspointtheatre.com (Theatrical Training & Production) Cumberland River Cruises (615) 451-4001 727 Marina Private Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.cumberlandrivercruises.com (Entertainment - River Cruise)

Gallatin Public Library of Sumner County (615) 452-1722 123 E Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinlibrary.org (Library) Historic Cragfont, Inc. (615) 452-7070 200 Cragfont Rd Castalian Springs TN 37031 www.cragfont.net (Historic Home) Nashville Predators (615) 770-2064 Bridgestone Arena 501 Broadway Nashville TN 37203 www.nashvillepredators.com (Entertainment) NCG Gallatin Inc. (615) 451-9500 1035 Greensboro Dr Gallatin TN 37066 www.ncgmovies.com (Movie Theaters)

Ovation Music and Studios (615) 461-8438 107 E Main St Gallatin TN 37066 ovationmusicstudios.com (Music Education, Recording and Rehearsal Studio) Palace Theatre (The) (615) 452-5692 146 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.downtowngallatin.com (Movie Theaters) Rico's Stage Lounge (615) 388-7420 142 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 (Entertainment) Rock Castle State Historic Site (615) 824-0502 139 Rock Castle Lane Hendersonville TN 37075 www.historicrockcastle.com (Historic Home) Rose Mont (615) 451-2331 810 S Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.historicrosemont.org (Historic Home) Sumner County Tourism (615) 230-8474 2310 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.VisitSumnerTN.com (Tourism) Sumner County Museum (615) 451-3738 183 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnercountymuseum.org (Museums) _____________________________

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ATTORNEYS and LEGAL SERVICES _____________________________ Bone McAllester Norton PLLC (615) 822-8822 131 Saundersville Rd, Ste 130, Parkside Plaza One Hendersonville TN 37075 www.bonelaw.com (Attorneys and Legal Services) Burr & Forman, LLP (615) 724-3242 104 Brierfield Way Hendersonville TN 37075 (Attorneys and Legal Services) David Parsons Attorney at Law (615) 760-2376 323 Union St, Ste 300 Nashville TN 37201 (Attorneys and Legal Services) Harsh and Harsh, Attorneys at Law (615) 452-4611 123 Public Square Gallatin TN 37066 www.harshandharsh.com (Attorneys and Legal Services) Heritage Law Group, PLLC (615) 989-7054 1526 Hunt Club Blvd, Ste 550 Gallatin TN 37066 www.heritagelawtn.com (Attorneys and Legal Services) Hughes and Coleman Injury Lawyers (800) 800-4600 126 W Eastland Street Gallatin TN 37066 www.hughesandcoleman.com (Attorneys and Legal Services)

(615) 527-7970 112 Public Square Gallatin TN 37066 worthingtongalleries.com (Art Gallery)

Phillips & Ingrum (615) 452-8030 117 E Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.phillipsandingrum.com (Attorneys and Legal Services) Ralston Firm (The) - Lindsey Ralston, Attorney at Law (615) 590-4255 101 Public Square Gallatin TN 37066 theralstonfirm.com (Attorneys and Legal Services) Ray Whitley, Tennessee District Attorney General (615) 451-5810 113 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 (District Attorney) Smith, Sholar, Milliken PLLC (615) 452-5282 1164 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.smithsholar.com (Attorneys & Legal Services)

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

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

James B. (Jim) Hawkins, Attorney at Law (615) 452-9200 126 E Main St, Ste A Gallatin TN 37066 (Attorneys and Legal Services) Kelly & Smith Law Office (615) 452-2000 ext 10 125 Public Square Gallatin TN 37066 (Attorneys and Legal Services)

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All Access Coach Leasing, LLC (615) 230-7400 364 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 allaccesscoach.com (Bus & Coach Leasing) Apple Collision Center (615) 675-4870 384A W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 applecollisioncenters.com (Automobile Repair)

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

Four-Way M & M, L. L. C. (615) 452-5950 1368 E Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 www.fourwaymotorcars.com (Automobile Sales - Used, Automobile Repair) Gallatin Marina (615) 452-9876 727 Marina Private Rd Gallatin TN 37066 gallatinmarina.com (Marina; Boat Dock, Boat Storage)

Gateway Tire & Service Center (615) 206-9898 380 Hancock St Gallatin TN 37066 www.gatewaytire.net (Automobile Tires and Service, Custom Car & Truck Accessories, Automobile Repair)

Miracle Chrysler, Dodge & Jeep

(615) 452-2792 1290 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.miraclecdj.com (Automobile Sales - New & Used) Miracle Ford (615) 452-5267 1394 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.miraclefordtn.com (Automobile Sales - New & Used)

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Mooney's Automotive Repair & Performance (615) 527-3101 128 E Schell St Gallatin TN 37066 facebook.com/ mooneysautorepair (Automobile Repair) Newton Nissan (615) 442-3081 1461 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.newtonnissan.com (Automobile Sales - New & Used)

Ron Hibbard Toyota

(615) 230-9000 1435 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.ronhibbardtoyota.com (Automobile Sales - New & Used) Screaming Eagle Express Car Wash (931) 206-6949 660 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 screamingeagleexpress.com (Car Wash & Detail Services) U-Save Car and Truck Rental/ B&T Auto Rentals Inc. (615) 452-5934 400 E Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 www.usavegallatin.com (Automobile Rentals) Vic Jenkins Automotive Co. (615) 452-3037 400 E Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 www.vicjenkins.com (Automobile Sales - New & Used, Automobile Repair, Tires, & Service) _____________________________

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Absolute Business Solutions, LLC

(615) 585-1602 967 Grassland Place, Ste A Gallatin TN 37066 absolutebusiness.solutions (Accounting Services, Business Technology Consulting, Tax Prep)

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Access Program (The) (615) 852-1811 600 Small St, Ste 125B Gallatin TN 37066 (Personnel Services) ACN - Joyce Brokaw (615) 452-9279 Gallatin TN 37066 JoyceBrokaw.ACNibo.com (Home & Business Essential Services) Advanced Alarms Technologies (615) 451-3444 PO Box 1806 Gallatin TN 37066 www.mpsecurityinc.com (Security Services) Alexander Funeral Home (615) 502-0011 584 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 alexandergallatin.com (Funeral Home & Burial Services)

Bagsby Ranch (615) 452-1376 1628 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.bagsbyranch.com (Event Facility) Binkley Nash Furniture & Design (615) 452-7096 224 N Locust Gallatin TN 37066 www.binkleynashfurniture.com (Interior Design Services) Black Tie Floral Design & Events (615) 461-7701 967 Grassland Place, Ste G Gallatin TN 37066 www.blacktiefloraldesigns.com (Event Planning, Event Rental Items; Florist) Business Credit Reports 615-989-7006 1645 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.businesscreditreports.com (Credit Reporting, Fraud & Identify Theft Protection, Background Checks)

Amaranth Designs, LLC

(615) 479-2781 106 Public Square, Ste 219 Gallatin TN 37066 amaranthdesignsllc.com (Graphic Design, Advertising Agency, Graphic Design & Printing, Promotional Items, Web Design) American Job Center / WorkForce Essentials, Inc. (615) 452-1964 175 College St Gallatin TN 37066 www.workforceessentials.com (Career Services Training, Personnel Services) Anderson Funeral Home (615) 461-7777 202 E Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.andersonfuneralhome.org (Funeral Home & Burial Services) ASAP Printing (615) 822-6052 116 Imperial Blvd Hendersonville, TN 37075 (Graphic Design & Printing)

Busy Bee Printing, LLC (615) 822-0037 334 W Main St Hendersonville TN 37075 www.busybeeprintingllc.com (Mailing and Shipping, Packing, Printing, Etc.) Club at Fairvue Plantation (615) 575-4300 981 Plantation Blvd 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)


Business Directory Crestview Funeral Home, Memory Gardens, & Cremation

(615) 452-1943 1623 Highway 109 N Gallatin TN 37066 crestviewfh.com (Funeral Home & Burial Services)

Depot Square Events (615) 206-3412 254 W Eastland Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.depotsquareevents.com (Event Facility) DEX Imaging + Mailing (615) 366-6007 50 Rachel Dr Nashville TN 37214 deximaging.com (Office Equipment Sales & Services) Elwood Staffing (615) 461-7212 179 Hancock St, Ste 100 Gallatin TN 37066 www.elwoodstaffing.com (Personnel Services)

Epic Event Centre/Chef Christopher's Catering (615) 452-1912 392 W Main Street Gallatin TN 37066 epiceventcentre.com (Event Facility, Event Planning, Catering Services) Family Heritage Funeral Home (615) 452-7115 100 Albert Gallatin Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.familyheritagefh.com (Funeral Home & Burial Services) Forward Sumner Economic Partnership (615) 822-7610 The Comer House 2310 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.forwardsumner.org (Economic Development)

Foxland Harbor Golf and Country Club (615) 451-2600 1445 Foxland Blvd Gallatin TN 37066 www.foxlandharbor.com (Country Club)

Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce (615) 452-4000 118 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatintn.org (Chamber of Commerce) Gallatin Economic Development Agency (615) 451-5940 132 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.GallatinGetsIt.com (Economic Development) Gerald Printing (615) 672-4552 2932 Highway 31W White House TN 37188 geraldprinting.com (Printers - Graphic Design and Printing) Goodlettsville Chamber of Commerce (615) 859-7979 100 N Main St, Ste D Goodlettsville TN 37072 www.goodlettsvillechamber.com (Chamber of Commerce) Grand Inheritance Wedding & Events Facility (The) (615) 230-6699 198 Hix Lane Gallatin TN 37066 grandinheritance.com (Event Facility; Event Planning) Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce (615) 824-2818 100 Country Club Dr, Ste 104 Hendersonville TN 37075 hendersonvillechamber.com (Chamber of Commerce)

Jennings & Clouse, PLC (615) 206-0360 1509 Hunt Club Blvd, Ste 500 Gallatin TN 37066 www.jenningsclouse.com (Accounting Services - Certified Public Accountant) Jim Huffman/The Wood Shop (615) 305-6284 315 Blythe St Gallatin TN 37066 (Furniture Repair & Restoration; Clock Repair) Joe Warren Jones, C.P.A. (615) 452-7764 214 E Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.joewarrenjonescpa.com (Accounting Services - Certified Public Accountant)

Jones CPA, PLLC

(615) 537-0314 150 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.jonescpaassociates.com (Accounting Services - Certified Public Accountant) Lebanon/Wilson County Chamber of Commerce (615) 444-5503 149 Public Square Lebanon TN 37087 lebanonwilsontnchamber.org (Chamber of Commerce) Lemmonaide Bookkeeping Services (832) 495-8491 PO Box 222 Gallatin TN 37066 lemmonaidebookkeeping. vpweb.com (Accounting Services)

Image Essentials (615) 452-8493 1003 Cairo Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.joycecolor.com (Image Consultant)

Long Hollow Gardens & Vineyards

(615) 451-2666 2064 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.longhollowgardens.com (Event Facility, Garden Architectural Services) McManus & Delaney, PLLC, Certified Public Accountants (615) 325-4139 821 S 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 W Main St, 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) MP Security Inc. (615) 451-3444 PO Box 1806 Gallatin TN 37066 mpsecurityinc.com/ (Security Services) NovaCopy, Inc. (615) 577-7677 15 Lindsley Ave Nashville TN 37210 www.novacopy.com (Printers, Copiers, Fax MachinesSupplies & Repair) North Central Security Services, Inc. (615) 666-3800 200 College St Lafayette TN 37083 ncssalarm.com (Security Systems & Services)

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NuResolution Consulting, LLC (657) 216-3223 1069 Vinings Blvd Gallatin TN 37066 nuresolution.com (IT Business Consultants) Open Datacom (615) 930-1113 2201 Highway 31E Gallatin TN 37066 (Telecom and Data Services) Ovation Music and Studios (615) 461-8438 107 E Main St Gallatin TN 37066 ovationmusicstudios.com (Recording & Rehearsal Studio, Music Education)

Quality Printing Company (615) 452-7653 141 E Eastland Gallatin TN 37066 www.printshopgallatintn.com/ home (Printers - Graphic Design and Printing) Rock Creek Farms (615) 202-8415 475 Dry Fork Creek Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.rockcreekfarmgallatin.com (Event Facility)

SERVPRO Industries, Inc.

Palace Theatre (The) (615) 452-5692 146 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.downtowngallatin.com (Event Facility)

(615) 451-0200 801 Industrial Dr Gallatin TN 37066 www.servpro.com (Corporate Headquarters; Emergency & Restoration Services)

Patty Cakes / Lily Lane Vintage Rental (615) 351-3134 325 Buckingham Blvd Gallatin TN 37066 www.pattycakes-tn.com (Event Rental Items; Cakes, Wedding Cakes, & Sweet Treats)

SERVPRO OF SUMNER COUNTY (615) 822-0200 730 Airport Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.servprosumnercounty.com (Emergency & Restoration Services)

Pick Inn (The) (615) 946-4306 550 Zieglers Fort Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.pickinnevents.com (Event Facility, Event Planning)

SRS, Inc. (615) 230-2966 131 Saundersville Rd, Ste 210 Hendersonville TN 37075 www.srsincorp.com (Emergency & Restoration Services)

Pony Mailbox & Business Center

(615) 451-1000 544 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.ponymailboxgallatin.com (Mailing and Shipping, Packing, Printing, Etc.) Portland Chamber of Commerce (615) 325-9032 106 Main St Portland TN 37148 www.portlandcofc.com (Chamber of Commerce)

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Staffmark, Inc. (615) 443-2000 1411 W Main St Lebanon TN 37087 www.staffmark.com (Personnel Services) Sycamore Springs (615) 452-7500 3712 Highway 31E Bethpage TN 37022 www.sycamorespringstn.com (Event Facility)

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Tennessee Business Services Inc. (615) 400-2150 1010 Durham Dr Gallatin TN 37066 www.tnbizserv.com (Accounting Services; Tax Preparation) Tennessee Central Economic Authority (615) 374-4607 702 McMurry Blvd E Hartsville TN 37074 www.tennesseecentral.org (Economic Development) Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry (615) 256-5141 414 Union St, Ste 107 Nashville TN 37219 www.tnchamber.org (Chamber of Commerce) U.S. Pest Protection (615) 590-1260 49 Industrial Park Dr Hendersonville TN 37075 www.uspest.com (Pest Protection) Westmoreland Chamber of Commerce (615) 644-3382 1001 Park St Westmoreland TN 37186 www.westmorelandtn.com (Chamber of Commerce) White House Area Chamber of Commerce (615) 672-3937 414 Highway 76 White House TN 37188 www.whitehousechamber.org (Chamber of Commerce)

Wildflower Farms

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COMPUTERS &

TELECOMMUNICATION _____________________________

Absolute Business Solutions, LLC

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

Computer MD, Inc. (615) 230-6348 PO Box 427 Castalian Springs TN 37031 www.computerMD4U.com (Computer Services - Repair and Support)

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

(615) 557-4028 301 Bob Perry Rd Bethpage TN 37022 www.wildflowerfarmsevents.com (Event Facility)

Open Datacom (615) 930-1113 2201 Highway 31E Gallatin TN 37066 (Telecom and Data Services)

Wood Personnel Services (615) 989-7911 722 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 woodpersonnel.com (Personnel Services)

T-Mobile (615) 451-4483 1101 Nashville Pike, Ste 130 Gallatin TN 37066 (Telephone Services - Wireless)


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Tony Young Photography (615) 579-8754 130 Stonehouse Dr Gallatin TN 37066 tonyyoungphotography.com (Web Design) _____________________________

Goodall Homes

(615) 451-5029 393 Maple St, Ste 100 Gallatin TN 37066 www.goodallhomes.com (Construction Companies Residential)

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT & CONTRACTORS _____________________________

Holleman Trucking & Excavating (615) 452-1606 PO Box 574 Gallatin TN 37066 (Trucking & Excavating)

Bradley's Handy Service LLC

Kirby Electric, Inc.

(828) 398-8587 1273 Lauderdale Lane Bethpage TN 37022 (Construction Home Improvement)

Cabinet Express (615) 451-6210 1089 Gregory Dr Gallatin TN 37066 cabinetexpress.net (Home Improvements; Construction) Charles R. Curtis Construction, Inc. (615) 206-1401 567 Airport Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.curtisconst.com (Construction Companies Commercial)

Derryberry's Heat & Air (615) 452-8121 212 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.derryberryac.com (Air Conditioning & Heating)

Energy Lighting Services (615) 732-8074 260 W Main St, Ste 125 Hendersonville TN 37075 www.energylightingservices.com (Construction Companies Electrical - Commercial) Gallatin Floor Fashions (615) 451-1696 399 E Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinfloorfashions.com (Home Improvements - Flooring)

(615) 452-8529 1180 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 kirbyelectric.net (Construction Companies - Electrical-Commercial & Residential, Air Conditioning, Heating, & Plumbing)

Lee Company

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

Tennessee Hardware

Mr. GoodRoof

(615) 824-8100 273 W Main St Hendersonville TN 37075 www.mrgoodroof.com (Roofing, Home Improvements, Windows & Doors) Olympian Construction Co., LLC (615) 248-8843 189 Center Point Rd S Hendersonville TN 37075 www.olympianconstruction.com (Construction Companies Commercial) Randy Jones Construction (615) 452-7731 604 Lilycrest Dr Gallatin TN 37066 www.randyjonesconstruction. com (Construction Companies Residential) SERVPRO OF SUMNER COUNTY (615) 822-0200 730 Airport Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.servprosumnercounty.com (Construction Companies Commercial & Residential; Emergency & Restoration Services)

Sherwin-Williams

(615) 452-4661 697 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.sherwin-williams.com (Paint Store, Home Improvements, Painting, Wall Repair) SRS, Inc. (615) 230-2966 131 Saundersville Rd, Ste 210 Hendersonville TN 37075 www.srsincorp.com (Construction Companies)

(615) 452-9309 441 East Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 www.tennesseeace.com (Hardware, Farm & Home Supplies, Home Improvements, Paint Store) Tru Vista Windows and Doors (615) 230-7795 124 Factory St Gallatin TN 37066 truvistawindowsanddoors.com (Home Improvements - Windows & Doors) TSI Construction (615) 230-2011 171-C Factory St Gallatin TN 37066 www.tsiconstruction.net (Construction/Home Improvement, Brick and Block, Painting, Roofing, Commercial Maintenance/Pressure Washing)

Wallace Custom Builders, LLC

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

EDUCATION _____________________________ Elite Education (615) 388-8879 134 W Eastland Ave Gallatin TN 37066 eliteeducationprek.webs.com (Day Care and Pre-school) Gallatin Day Care Center (615) 452-2518 108 Southpark Circle Gallatin TN 37066 (Day Care and Pre-school)

Swim World Pools, Inc. (615) 452-7665 211 W Eastland Gallatin TN 37066 www.swimworldpool.com (Pools: Installation, Sales, Services)

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Sumner Academy Goodpasture Christian School (615) 868-2600 619 Due West Ave Madison TN 37115 goodpasture.org (Education - Private School)

Hendersonville Christian Academy (615) 824-1550 355 Old Shackle Island Road Hendersonville TN 37075 www.hcacrusaders.com (Education - Private School) HYPE Mentoring (615) 426-2100 1027 Crutcher Station Dr Hendersonville TN 37075 hypementoring.org (Education - Mentoring)

(615) 452-1914 464 Nichols Lane Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumneracademy.org (Education - Private School) Sumner County Schools (615) 451-5200 695 E Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnerschools.org (Education - Sumner County Schools) Tennessee College of Applied Technology Hartsville (615) 374-2147 716 McMurry Blvd Hartsville TN 37074 www.tcathartsville.edu (Education - College)

Trevecca Nazarene University Lindsey Wilson College

(270) 384-8040 c/o Volunteer State Community College Campus 1480 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.lindsey.edu (Education - College) Pope John Paul II High School (615) 822-2375 117 Caldwell Drive Hendersonville TN 37075 www.jp2hs.org (Education - Private School) Southside Baptist Church & K-12 Christian School (615) 452-5951 1028 S Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.southsidegallatin.org (Education - Private School) St. John Vianney Catholic Church and School (615) 230-7048 449 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.saintjohnvianneychurch.org (Education - Private School)

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

Union University

(615) 447-2500 205 Indian Lake Blvd Hendersonville TN 37075 www.uu.edu/hendersonville (Education - College) Volunteer State Community College (615) 230-3571 1480 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.volstate.edu (Education - College)

Welch College

(615) 675-5255 1045 Bison Trail Gallatin TN 37066 www.welch.edu Education - College

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EMERGENCY SERVICES _____________________________ Gallatin Fire Department (615) 452-2771 119 G. F. D. Memorial Blvd Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatin-tn.gov (Emergency Services) Gallatin Police Department (615) 452-1313 130 W Franklin St Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinpd.org (Emergency Services) Sumner County Emergency Management Agency (615) 452-7584 255 Airport Rd Gallatin TN 37066 sumnerema.org (Emergency Services) Sumner County Emergency Medical Services (615) 451-0429 255 Airport Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnerems.org (Emergency Services) Sumner County Sheriff's Office (615) 452-2616 117 W Smith St Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnersheriff.com (Emergency Services) _____________________________

FAMILY, COMMUNITY & CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS _____________________________ Access Program (The) (615) 852-1811 600 Small St, Ste 125B Gallatin TN 37066 (Personnel Services) Actors Point Theatre Company (615) 431-9620 170D E Main St, Ste 236 Hendersonville TN 37075 www.actorspointtheatre.com (Non Profit Organization) American Cancer Society, Inc. (615) 341-7314 2000 Charlotte Ave Nashville TN 37203 www.relayforlife.org/gallatintn (Non Profit Organization)

American Job Center / WorkForce Essentials, Inc. (615) 452-1964 175 College St Gallatin TN 37066 www.workforceessentials.com (Career Services Training, Personnel Services) American Legion Post 17 / Sumner County Veterans Home (615) 452-0590 1140 S Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 americanlegionpost17 gallatintn.org (Non Profit Organization) Ashley's Place/Child Advocacy Center (615) 451-2169 315 W Smith St Gallatin TN 37066 www.ashleysplace.net (Non Profit Organization) Better Business Bureau (615) 242-4222 201 4th Ave N, Ste 100 Nashville TN 37219 www.gobbb.org (Non Profit Organization) Borderless Arts Tennessee (615) 210-8819 1210 Lake Rise Place Gallatin TN 37066 www.vsatn.org (Non Profit Organization) Children Are People, Inc. (615) 230-5702 117 E Winchester St Gallatin TN 37066 www.childrenarepeopletn.org (Non Profit Organization) COMPASS (615) 451-5200 695 E Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnercompass.org (Non Profit Organization - Social & Human Services) Cumberland Crisis Pregnancy Center (615) 451-1717 2229 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.ccpchope.org (Non Profit Organization)


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Friends of Bledsoe Creek State Park, Inc. (615) 347-3639 400 Zieglers Fort Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.friendsofbledsoe.com (Non Profit Organization) Friends of the Gallatin Public Library (615) 452-1722 123 E Main St 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 www.gallatintn.org Non Profit Organization Gallatin Lions Club PO Box 912 Gallatin TN 37066 www.lionsclub.org Civic Organization

Gallatin Public Library of Sumner County (615) 452-1722 123 E Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinlibrary.org (Library) Gallatin Rotary Club (Noon) PO Box 182 Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinrotary.org (Civic Organization) Gallatin Shalom Zone, Inc. (615) 442-7575 600 Small St Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinshalomzone.org (Non Profit Organization)

Gen. William B. Bate Camp 34, Sons of Confederate Veterans (615) 451-1013 111 College St Gallatin TN 37066 batecamp34.wixsite.com/ batecamp34scv (Non Profit Organization) 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 Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.hatstn.org (Non Profit Organization)

Habitat for Humanity of Sumner County (615) 452-9606 327 Sumner Hall Dr Gallatin TN 37066 www.habitatsumnercounty.org (Non Profit Organization)

Legal Aid Society (615) 451-1880 106 Public Square, Ste 109 Gallatin TN 37066 www.las.org (Non Profit Organization) Lenox Place Condominiums HOA 395 Devon Chase Hill Gallatin TN 37066 (Non Profit Organization) Mid-Cumberland Community Action Agency (615) 452-7570 600 Small St, Ste 122 Gallatin TN 37066 www.midcumberland.org (Non Profit Organization - Social & Human Services) Middle Tennessee Youth Ballet (615) 495-6477 139 Edenway White House TN 37188 middletennesseeyouthballet.org (Non Profit Organization - Youth Ballet) Miss Gallatin (615) 804-8544 Gallatin TN 37066 missgallatin.weebly.com (Non Profit Organization)

HYPE Mentoring (615) 426-2100 1027 Crutcher Station Dr Hendersonville TN 37075 hypementoring.org (Non Profit Organization Mentoring)

Newcomers & Community Club of Sumner County (615) 815-4538 PO Box 2915 Hendersonville TN 37075 www.newcomerssumner.org (Non Profit Organization)

Junior Service League of Gallatin 949 Lakeshore Dr Gallatin TN 37066 www.jslgallatin.org (Civic Organization)

Papillion Center for FASD (615) 590-7213 2042 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.papillioncenter.org (Non Profit Organization Counseling Services)

Kiwanis of Gallatin (615) 268-0989 PO Box 9063 Gallatin TN 37066 gallatinkiwanis.org (Civic Organizations) Leadership Sumner (615) 445-0185 PO Box 1434 Gallatin TN 37066 www.leadershipsumner.com (Non Profit Organization)

Recovery Court of Sumner County (615) 442-1277 117 W Smith St Gallatin TN 37066 recoverycourt.com (Non Profit Organization)

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Safe Place for Animals (SPA), Animal Rescue, Veterinary Clinic, & Grooming Center (615) 451-7342 905 Mallard Dr Gallatin TN 37066 www.safeplaceforanimals.com (Non Profit Organization; Animal Shelter, Veterinary Services) Salvus Center, Inc. (615) 451-0038 556 Hartsville Pike, Ste 200 Gallatin TN 37066 www.salvuscenter.org (Non Profit Organization - Health Care, Religious Organization)

Sumner County Anti-Drug Coalition

(615) 461-8243 102B Public Square Gallatin TN 37066 sumnercoalition.org (Education to Eliminate Substance Abuse - Non-Profit Organization) Sumner County CASA, Inc. (615) 451-1688 182 W Franklin St Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnercasa.net (Non Profit Organization) Sumner County Food Bank (615) 452-3890 1021 Woods Ferry Rd Gallatin TN 37066 sumnercountyfoodbank.com (Non Profit Organization) Sumner Spay Neuter Alliance (615) 452-2233 720 Blythe Ave Gallatin TN 37066 sumnerspayneuteralliance.org (Non Profit Organization; Pet Care: Spay and Neuter Clinic) 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 Rd Gallatin TN 37066 tn.gov/humanservices (Non Profit Organization - Social & Human Services)

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United Way of Sumner County (615) 461-8371 1531 Hunt Club Blvd, Ste 110 Gallatin TN 37066 www.unitedwaysumner.org (Non Profit Organization) 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) Volunteer Friends of Sumner Regional Medical Center, Inc. (615) 328-5517 555 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.mysumnermedical.com (Non Profit Organization) _____________________________

FINANCE & INSURANCE _____________________________ Advance Financial (615) 230-7850 540 Village Green Dr Gallatin TN 37066 www.af247.com (Financial Services) AFLAC / Robert Francis (706) 315-5958 107 Berrington Ct Hendersonville TN 37075 (Insurance Benefits)

Allstate Insurance Larry Maynard (615) 452-1500 208 N Locust Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.allstate.com (Insurance)

Allstate Johnson Family Agency

(615) 442-8688 612 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 agents.allstate.com/johnsonfamily-agency-gallatin-tn.html (Insurance) Apex Financial Planning (615) 206-8731 1529 Hunt Club Blvd, Ste 100 Gallatin TN 37066 apexfinancialplanning.com (Financial Services - Investment)

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Business Credit Reports 615-989-7006 1645 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.businesscreditreports.com (Credit Reporting, Fraud & Identify Theft Protection, Background Checks)

Edward Jones Brittany Greenwood - Financial Advisor (615) 675-5907 1483 Nashville Pike, Ste 402 Gallatin TN 37066 www.edwardjones.com (Financial Services)

Cambridge Mortgage (615) 230-1998 115-B E Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.cambridgemortgageinc.com (Financial Services - Mortgages)

Edward Jones Rick Murphy - Financial Advisor

Capital Financial Group (615) 476-7207 12 Cadillac Dr, Ste 440 Brentwood TN 37027 (Financial Services) Capital Risk Management Group (615) 230-7704 518 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.crmgtn.com (Insurance) Carl Wells & Associates (615) 452-1968 1038 S Water Ave 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 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.cbtenn.com (Financial Institution)

COLEY INSURANCE AGENCY (615) 452-3651 113 E Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.coleyins.com (Insurance)

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(615) 452-9927 600 Commons Dr, Ste 100 Gallatin TN 37066 www.edwardjones.com (Financial Services)

Edward Jones Todd Johnson - Financial Advisor

(615) 451-0541 1526 Hunt Club Blvd, Ste 510 Gallatin TN 37066 www.edwardjones.com (Financial Services)

Farm Bureau Gallatin - Greensboro Village

(615) 989-7710 1483 Nashville Pike, Ste 304 (Publix Shopping Center) Gallatin TN 37066 facebook.com/Melissa-JonesFarm-Bureau-Insurance (Insurance) Farm Credit Mid-America (615) 444-1861 1212 S Hartmann Dr Lebanon TN 37090 www.e-farmcredit.com (Financial Services) Farmers Insurance Richard Poole Agency (615) 206-8276 967B Grassland Place Gallatin TN 37066 farmersagent.com/rpoole1 (Insurance, Financial Services, Health Insurance)

First Heritage Credit (615) 451-4407 692 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.1stheritagecredit.com (Financial Services)

First Tennessee Bank

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

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

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

Lee Raines Insurance Agency, Inc. (615) 452-5833 819 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.leerainesinsurance.com (Insurance) Nationwide Insurance Joe Newman Agency (615) 452-7439 1048 S Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 newmaninsuranceagency.net (Insurance)

Nicol Financial Services

(615) 390-0445 450 W Main St, Ste 105 Gallatin TN 37066 www.nicolfinancial.com (Financial Services - Investment)


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Paul Winkler Inc.

(615) 461-8653 150 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.paulwinkler.net (Financial Services - Investment)

Pinnacle Financial Partners (615) 690-4057 270 E Main St Hendersonville TN 37075 www.pnfp.com (Financial Institution)

Prosperity Mortgage Advisors, LLC (615) 672-8700 147 Raymond Hirsch Pkwy White House TN 37188 prosperitylends.com (Financial Services - Mortgages) Regions Bank - East Main Branch (615) 527-6800 285 E Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.regions.com (Financial Institution) Regions Bank - Nashville Pike (615) 527-6830 1140 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.regions.com (Financial Institution)

Reliant Bank

(615) 575-7200 1204 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.reliantbank.com (Financial Institution) Shelter Insurance Tammy Jones, Agent (615) 452-2472 450 W Main St - Oakland Park Gallatin TN 37066 www.shelterinsurance.com (Insurance)

Sirls-London Agency, Inc. (615) 452-8080 111 N Trigg Ave Gallatin TN 37066 sirlslondonagencygallatintn.com (Insurance)

State Farm Insurance Anna Stephens (615) 452-2740 126 E Main St, 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 N Belvedere Dr, Ste 2 Gallatin TN 37066 www.sfagentforyou.com (Insurance)

State Farm Insurance Justin Darby

(731) 695-0246 625 Johnny Cash Parkway, Ste 6 Hendersonville TN 37075 (Insurance) State Farm Insurance Matthew Thomson (615) 452-5735 221 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.sfagentnashville.com (Insurance & Financial Services)

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GOVERNMENT _____________________________ Sumner County Farm Bureau (615) 452-3130 400 N Boyers Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.FBITN.com (Insurance)

CITY of Gallatin Building Codes (615) 451-5968 132 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatintn.gov (City of Gallatin)

US Bank

CITY of Gallatin Engineering (615) 451-5965 132 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatintn.gov (City of Gallatin)

US Health Advisors

CITY of Gallatin Finance (615) 451-5963 132 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatintn.gov (City of Gallatin)

(615) 451-7580 600 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.usbank.com Financial (Institution) (615) 525-5679 107 Music City Circle, Ste 200 Nashville TN 37214 www.ushagent.com/jasoningram (Insurance - Health)

CITY of Gallatin Human Resources/Personnel (615) 451-5890 132 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatintn.gov (City of Gallatin)

Volunteer State Bank (615) 989-9803 1553 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 volstatebank.com (Financial Institution)

CITY of Gallatin Information Technology (615) 451-5892 132 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatintn.gov (City of Gallatin)

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

Sumner Bank & Trust Simmons Bank

(615) 264-5046 1135 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.simmonsbank.com (Financial Institution)

(615) 451-4151 780 Browns Lane Gallatin TN 37066 sumnerbankandtrust.com (Financial Institution)

CITY of Gallatin Attorney (615) 230-0681 132 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatintn.gov (City of Gallatin)

Wilson Bank & Trust (615) 442-1470 455 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 wilsonbank.com (Financial Institution)

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CITY of Gallatin Mayor Paige Brown (615) 451-5961 132 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatintn.gov (City of Gallatin) CITY of Gallatin Parks and Recreation (615) 451-5911 210 Albert Gallatin Ave Gallatin TN 37066 gallatinleisureservices.com (City of Gallatin)

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CITY of Gallatin Planning Department (615) 451-5796 132 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatintn.gov (City of Gallatin) CITY of Gallatin Recorder/City Judge (615) 451-5895 132 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatintn.gov (City of Gallatin) CITY of Gallatin Special Projects Director (615) 451-5961 c/o Gallatin EDA 132 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatintn.gov (City of Gallatin) Gallatin Economic Development Agency (615) 451-5940 132 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.GallatinGetsIt.com (City of Gallatin) Gallatin Fire Department (615) 452-2771 119 G. F. D. Memorial Blvd Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatintn.gov (City of Gallatin - Emergency Services) Gallatin Housing Authority (615) 452-1661 401 N Boyers Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinha.com (Affordable Housing) Gallatin Police Department (615) 452-1313 130 W Franklin St Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinpd.org (City of Gallatin - Emergency Services) General Sessions Court, Div. III (615) 442-1283 117 W Smith St Gallatin TN 37066 (Government Official)

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Judd Matheny For Congress (615) 504-0244 PO Box 1446 Tullahoma TN 37388 www.juddforcongress.com (Political Candidate)

Sumner County Board of Education (615) 451-5200 695 E Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnerschools.org (Sumner County Government)

Kathryn Strong, Circuit Court Clerk (615) 451-3209 101 Public Square Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnercourts.com (Government Official)

Sumner County Clerk (615) 452-4063 355 N Belvedere Dr Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnertn.org (Sumner County Government)

Lee Hord for Sumner County Commission (615) 601-7645 108 Kinwood Ct Hendersonville TN 37075 leefortennessee.com (Political Candidate)

Sumner County Emergency Management Agency (615) 452-7584 255 Airport Rd Gallatin TN 37066 sumnerema.org (Sumner County Government Emergency Services)

Louis W. Oliver, III, Chancellor (615) 451-6004 100 Public Square, Third Floor Gallatin TN 37066 (Government Official)

Sumner County Emergency Medical Services (615) 451-0429 255 Airport Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnerems.org (Sumner County Government Emergency Services)

Ray Whitley, Tennessee District Attorney General (615) 451-5810 113 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 (District Attorney) State Representative William Lamberth (615) 741-1980 301 6th Ave N, Ste 32 Legislative Plaza Nashville TN 37243 www.votelamberth.com (Government Official) State Senator Ferrell Haile (615) 741-1999 301 6th Ave N, Ste 10A Legislative Plaza Nashville TN 37431 www.haileforsenate.com (Government Official) Sumner County Assessor of Property (615) 452-2412 355 N Belvedere Dr, Ste 206 Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnerassessor.org (Sumner County Government)

GALLATIN, TN AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Sumner County Executive Anthony Holt (615) 452-3604 355 N Belvedere Dr, Ste 102 Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnertn.org (Sumner County Government) Sumner County Health Department (615) 206-1100 1005 Union School Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnertn.org/offices/health (Sumner County Health Department) Sumner County Register of Deeds (615) 452-3892 355 N Belvedere Dr Gallatin TN 37066 www.deeds.sumnercounty.org (Sumner County Government) Sumner County Sheriff's Office (615) 452-2616 117 W Smith St Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnersheriff.com (Sumner County Government Emergency Services)

Sumner County Trustee (615) 452-1260 355 N Belvedere Dr Gallatin TN 37066 (Sumner County Government) US Army Recruiting Center (615) 452-0463 160 N Belvedere Dr Gallatin TN 37066 goarmy.com (Military) _____________________________

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

BrightStar Care

(615) 989-3444 106 Public Square, Ste 103 Gallatin TN 37066 www.brightstarcare.com/sumnerand-wilson-counties (Home Health Care) Brookdale Senior Living Gallatin (615) 451-7722 400 Hancock St Gallatin TN 37066 www.brookdale.com (Assisted Living Facility) Burchfield, Richardson, McLeod, Shea, West & Hamilton (615) 451-0015 355A Hancock St Gallatin TN 37066 www.omspartners.com (Dentistry) Care All (615) 644-4972 326 Welch Rd Nashville TN 37211 www.careallinc.com (Home Health Care) Cumberland Mental Health Services, Inc. (615) 452-1354 510 E Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.vbhcs.org (Mental Health & Counseling)


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First Step Prosthetics (615) 461-8557 728 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.firststepprosthetics.com (Medical Equipment) Gallatin Center for Rehabilitation & Healing (615) 452-2322 438 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.GallatinCenterRehab.com (Skilled Nursing Care, Physical Therapy and 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 Optical (615) 452-2111 137 W Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinoptical.com (Optometry - Optical Services) Gallatin Smiles Dentistry (615) 241-8022 923 Nashville Pike, Ste A Gallatin TN 37066 gallatinsmilesdentistry.com (Dentistry) H. Glenn Jones, D. D. S. (615) 452-6765 528 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 (Dentistry) Hendersonville Medical Center (615) 338-1000 355 New Shackle Island Rd Hendersonville TN 37075 hendersonvillemedicalcenter.com (Hospitals)

Ms. Sue's Med Spa Hickory Hills Alzheimer's Special Care Center

(615) 826-1528 162 Indian Lake Blvd Hendersonville TN 37075 www.jeaseniorliving.com (Health Care - Alzheimer's Care) Mays Dentistry Family and Cosmetic (615) 452-1225 200 S Westland Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.maysdentistry.com (Dentistry) Middle Tennessee Audiology (615) 447-5660 323 Steam Plant Rd Gallatin TN 37066 middletennesseeaudiology.com (Health Care - Audiology & Hearing Services)

Middle Tennessee Chiropractic P.L.L.C.

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

Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt

(615) 936-8282 3401 West End Ave, Ste 460 Nashville TN 37203 childrenshospital.vanderbilt.org (Hospitals)

Right Care Wellness & Aesthetics

(615) 452-6677 180 N Belvedere Dr, Ste 20 Gallatin TN 37066 www.mssuesmedspa.com (Skin Care & Med Spa)

(615) 989-7907 323 Steam Plant Rd Gallatin TN 37066 rightcarewellness.com (Skin Care & Med Spa, Health Care - Physicians and Clinics Walk In Clinic)

NHC Healthcare, NHC Place Sumner

(615) 451-0788 140 Thorne Blvd Gallatin TN 37066 www.nhcplacesumner.com (Assisted Living Facility, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, Secure Memory Care, Skilled Nursing Care) Oral Health Associates, PLLC (615) 451-3833 614 Commons Dr Gallatin TN 37066 oralhealthgallatin.com (Dentistry) Orgain Family Vision Care (615) 824-5486 131 Indian Lake Rd Hendersonville TN 37075 www.greateyes.org (Optometry - Optical Services)

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

Profiles Laser and Medical Moore Life Urgent Care

(615) 461-8784 253 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.moorelifeurgentcare.com (Physicians and Clinics) Morningside of Gallatin (615) 230-5600 1085 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 morningsideassistedliving.com (Residential - Senior Living Apartments, Assisted Living Facility)

(615) 822-6800 1184 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.profileslaser.com (Skin Care & Med Spa)

Right Care Family Practice (615) 452-0035 323 Steam Plant Rd Gallatin TN 37066 (Physicians and Clinics)

Rippy Family Dentistry (615) 451-9300 661 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 gallatinfamilydentist.com (Dentistry)

Saint Thomas Health

(615) 284-6468 102 Woodmont Blvd Nashville TN 37209 saintthomasdoctors.com/gallatin (Physicians and Clinics) Salvus Center, Inc. (615) 451-0038 556 Hartsville Pike, Ste 200 Gallatin TN 37066 www.salvuscenter.org (Health Care - Physicians and Clinics, Health Care - Dentistry)

Smile Connections Family Dental

(615) 265-0330 1650 Nashville Pk, Ste 300 Gallatin TN 37066 smileconnectionsllc.com (Health Care - Dentistry) Smile Construction Orthodontics (615) 824-8929 608B Commons Dr Gallatin TN 37066 www.smileconstruction.com (Dentistry) Smile Maker Orthodontics (615) 865-6551 200 Gleaves St, Ste C Madison TN 37115 www.smilemaker.com (Orthodontics) Smiles from the Hart (615) 452-2868 355 Hancock St, Ste B Gallatin TN 37066 smilesfromthehart.com (Orthodontics)

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Southern Sports Medical Institute (615) 452-3320 570 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 southern-sports.com (Sports Medicine)

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

Maxwell Septic Pumping LLC (615) 452-3986 PO Box 9126 Gallatin TN 37066 maxwellsepticpumping.com (Septic Services)

Star Physical Therapy (615) 451-5158 940 Memory Lane, Ste 103 Gallatin TN 37066 www.STARpt.com (Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation)

Tigges Chiropractic Same Day DOT Physicals Drug & Alcohol Testing

Puryear Farms Nursery/ Landscaping (615) 452-8948 1490 Cherokee Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.puryearfarms.com (Landscaping and Lawn Service)

Station Camp Children's Clinic (615) 451-7222 225 Big Station Camp Rd, Ste 204 Gallatin TN 37066 www.ourvipkids.com (Pediatrics) Sumner County Health Department (615) 206-1100 1005 Union School Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnertn.org/offices/health (Health Department)

Sumner Pediatric Dentistry (615) 461-7491 200 S Westland Ave, Ste 2 Gallatin TN 37066 www.cdgkids.com (Dentistry)

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 Orthopaedic Alliance (TOA) (615) 675-2000 270 E Main St, Ste 300 Gallatin TN 37066 www.toa.com (Orthopaedics)

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(615) 452-1575 529 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 gallatinchiropractic.com (Chiropractic) Vanderbilt Health Affiliated Network (615) 875-0502 3401 West End Ave, Ste 290 Nashville TN 37203 (Physicians and Clinics) Waters of Gallatin (The) (615) 452-7132 555 E Bledsoe St Gallatin TN 37066 (Skilled Nursing Care, Health and Wellness, Hospice Care, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, Senior Living Apartments) _____________________________

HOME & GARDEN _____________________________ Charlie Taylor Homes (615) 230-1904 1326 S Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.charlietaylorhomes.com (Manufactured Home Sales)

R & S Groundskeeping (615) 451-7911 805 E Robertson Rd Castalian Springs TN 37031 facebook.com/ RsGroundskeepingAndNurseryLlc (Landscaping and Lawn Service, Landscaping - Mulch, Landscaping/Nursery) Rocky Top Port-A-Potties (615) 476-4464 810 N Broadway Portland TN 37148 www.rockytoppp.com (Portable Toilets, Portable Service, Septic Services)

Sherwin-Williams

(615) 452-4661 697 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.sherwin-williams.com (Paint Store, Home Improvements, Painting, Wall Repair)

Extreme Lawn Service & Landscaping (615) 828-3801 639 Coles Ferry Road Gallatin TN 37066 www.extremelawnservice.com (Landscaping and Lawn Service)

Long Hollow Gardens & Vineyards

(615) 451-2666 2064 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.longhollowgardens.com (Nursery - Garden Center, Landscaping Services, Mulch Products)

GALLATIN, TN AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Tennessee Hardware

(615) 452-9309 441 East Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 www.tennesseeace.com (Hardware, Farm & Home Supplies, Home Improvements, Paint Store) U.S. Pest Protection (615) 590-1260 49 Industrial Park Dr Hendersonville TN 37075 www.uspest.com (Pest Protection)

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INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES and SERVICES _____________________________ All Pro Supply (865) 963-5163 627 E Old Hickory Blvd Old Hickory TN 37138 www.allprosupply.com (Janitorial Services & Supplies) Max Electric Motor Service (615) 452-2970 170 James St Gallatin TN 37066 (Electric Motors - Dealers & Repairing, Sales and Service) Rocky Top Port-A-Potties (615) 476-4464 810 N Broadway Portland TN 37148 www.rockytoppp.com (Portable Toilets, Portable Service, Septic Services) _____________________________

LODGING & TRAVEL _____________________________ Barren River Lake State Resort Park (270) 646-2151 1149 State Park Rd Lucas KY 42156 parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/ barren-river (Lodging) Bianchi Travel (615) 243-1602 1021 Addington Rd Hendersonville TN 37075 (Travel Agency) Cumberland River Cruises (615) 451-4001 727 Marina Private Rd Gallatin TN 37066 cumberlandrivercruises.com (Entertainment - River Cruise) Hampton Inn - Gallatin (615) 206-9595 980 Village Green Crossing Gallatin TN 37066 www.hamptoninn.com (Hotels, Motels, and Lodging) Hilton Garden Inn Opening Soon - Gallatin TN 1460 Tulip Poplar Dr Gallatin TN 37066 (Hotels, Motels, and Lodging)


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Historic Cragfont, Inc. (615) 452-7070 200 Cragfont Rd Castalian Springs TN 37031 www.cragfont.net (Historic Home) Rock Castle State Historic Site (615) 824-0502 139 Rock Castle Lane Hendersonville TN 37075 www.historicrockcastle.com (Historic Home) Rose Mont (615) 451-2331 810 S Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.historicrosemont.org (Historic Home) Sumner County Tourism (615) 230-8474 2310 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.VisitSumnerTN.com (Tourism) Sumner County Museum (615) 451-3738 183 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnercountymuseum.org (Museums) _____________________________

MANUFACTURING, PRODUCTION and WHOLESALE _____________________________ American Mechanical Inc. (615) 452-7103 154 Commerce Way Gallatin TN 37066 www.amichicago.com (Manufacturer - Pipefitting/ Fabrication) AmeriGas Propane L.P. (615) 452-3843 1290 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.amerigas.com (Distribution - Gas, Oil, Propane) Associated Packaging, Inc. (615) 452-2131 435 Calvert Dr Gallatin TN 37066 www.associatedpackaging.com (Distribution - Wholesale: Packaging Machinery & Materials)

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

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

Covenant Plastics, Inc. (615) 989-1347 1061 Old Highway 109 N Gallatin TN 37066 plasticdistributorgallatin.com (Distribution - Plastics) Cresent Fine Furniture (615) 452-1671 350 Maple St Gallatin TN 37066 www.cresent.com (Manufacturer - Furniture) Dean Oil Company (615) 452-2947 163 James Circle Gallatin TN 37066 www.deanoilco.com (Distribution - Gas, Oil, Propane) Gap Inc. (615) 230-2300 100 GAP Blvd Gallatin TN 37066 www.GAPinc.com (Manufacturer - Clothing)

Garrott Brothers Continuous Mix

(615) 452-2385 375 Red River Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.garrottbros.com (Manufacturer - Concrete) Laminate Technologies of Tennessee (615) 451-4554 1356 Gateway Dr Gallatin TN 37066 www.lamtech.net (Manufacturer - Laminated Panels) Max Electric Motor Service (615) 452-2970 170 James St Gallatin TN 37066 (Electric Motors - Dealers & Repairing, Sales and Service)

NIC Global

(615) 206-0455 501 Belvedere Dr N Gallatin TN 37066 www.nicglobalms.com (Manufacturer - Precision Sheet Metal Products) PCA (Packaging Corp of America) (615) 452-0110 1440 Airport Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.timbar.com (Manufacturer - Packaging and Display) R. C. Owen Company (615) 452-5658 310 Blythe St Gallatin TN 37066 (Tobacco Warehouse)

God's Green Earth All Natural Products (615) 596-3843 220 E Main St Gallatin TN 37066 facebook.com/godsgreenearthanp (Health and Wellness)

Govan's Salon and Coffee Cafe (615) 206-9777 116 N Water St Gallatin TN 37066 www.govanexpressions.com (Beauty Services - Hair & Nails Salon; Coffee Shop)

Hair and Body Day Spa & Salon

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 N Belvedere Dr Gallatin TN 37066 www.strongtie.com (Manufacturer - Safety Products for Homes/Buildings) TVA Gallatin Fossil Plant (615) 230-4000 1499 Steam Plant Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.tva.gov (Manufacturer - Power Company - Public) Wil-Ro, Inc. (615) 452-6119 1155 Old Highway 109 N Gallatin TN 37066 www.wil-ro.com (Manufacturer - Truck & Bus Bodies/truck trailers) _____________________________

PERSONAL SERVICES and CARE _____________________________ Angie Davenport Counseling (615) 708-6160 118 Public Square Gallatin TN 37066 angiedavenportcounseling.com (Counseling Services)

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(615) 230-2962 179 Hancock St, Ste. 205 Gallatin TN 37066 www.hairandbodydayspa.com (Beauty Services - Hair, Nails & Body Salon) Image Essentials (615) 452-8493 1003 Cairo Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.joycecolor.com (Image Consultant) Laura G. Reilly - Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant (570) 594-3093 Gallatin TN 37066 www.marykay.com/lreilly6 (Skin Care & Cosmetics) Mary Kay Cosmetics Elizabeth Doyle (615) 218-5164 Gallatin TN 37066 marykay.com/elizabethdoyle (Skin Care & Cosmetics)

Ms. Sue's Med Spa

(615) 452-6677 180 N Belvedere Dr, Ste 20 Gallatin TN 37066 www.mssuesmedspa.com (Skin Care & Med Spa, Beauty Services - Hair, Nails & Body Salon, Massage Therapy, Skin Care & Cosmetics)

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Old Soul Tattoo Co (615) 527-7374 110 W Franklin St Gallatin TN 37066 facebook.com/oldsoultattooco (Tattoo Studio) Papillion Center for FASD (615) 590-7213 2042 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.papillioncenter.org (Counseling Services; Non Profit Organization)

Signature Cleaners (615) 206-0067 166 N Belvedere Dr Gallatin TN 37066 www.signaturecleaners.com (Dry Cleaners)

Sport Clips Haircuts (Patlan LLC) (615) 451-7399 1101 Nashville Pike, Ste. 170 Gallatin TN 37066 www.haircutmengallatintn.com (Haircuts/Haircare for Men)

Profiles Laser and Medical (615) 822-6800 1184 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.profileslaser.com (Skin Care & Med Spa)

Right Care Wellness & Aesthetics

(615) 989-7907 323 Steam Plant Rd Gallatin TN 37066 rightcarewellness.com (Skin Care & Med Spa, Beauty Services, Personal Services, Skin Care & Cosmetics) Scrub Squad Inc. (615) 947-5263 514 E Eastland St Gallatin TN 37066 facebook.com/thescrubsquad (Cleaning Services - Commercial & Residential) SERVPRO OF SUMNER COUNTY (615) 822-0200 730 Airport Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.servprosumnercounty.com (Cleaning Services - Commercial & Residential) Shangri-La Massage & Wellness Center (615) 451-2708 450 W Main St, Ste C-3 Gallatin TN 37066 shangrilamassagestudio.com (Therapeutic Massage)

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Stella's Boutique

(615) 452-6996 1176 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.thestellaboutique.com (Tuxedo Rental)

Street Tuxedo

(615) 865-4640 1714 Gallatin Rd N Madison TN 37115 streetuxedo.com (Tuxedo Sales & Rental) _____________________________

PETS & VETERINARY _____________________________ Critter Clinic (615) 452-1477 522 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.critterclinic.com (Veterinarian/Pet Services, Pet Grooming Services, Pet Boarding, Pet Care and Supplies) McMillan Veterinary Clinic (615) 451-0522 426 Maple St Gallatin TN 37066 www.mcmillanvetclinic.com (Veterinarian/Pet Services, Pet Grooming Services, Pet Boarding, Pet Care and Supplies)

GALLATIN, TN AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Middle Tennessee Chiropractic P.L.L.C.

(615) 461-7359 617 Hartsville Pike, Ste B Gallatin TN 37066 www.middletnchiro.com (Chiropractic - Animal Care) Pristine Pup (615) 530-7877 154 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.pristinepup.com Pet Grooming Services Safe Place for Animals (SPA), Animal Rescue, Veterinary Clinic, & Grooming Center (615) 451-7342 905 Mallard Dr Gallatin TN 37066 www.safeplaceforanimals.com (Animal Shelter, Veterinary Services, Pet Grooming Services) Sumner Spay Neuter Alliance (615) 452-2233 720 Blythe Ave Gallatin TN 37066 sumnerspayneuteralliance.org (Pet Care: Spay and Neuter Clinic; Non Profit Organization) _____________________________

POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS _____________________________ Republican Party of Sumner County PO Box 1055 Hendersonville TN 37075 www.sumnergop.org (Political Organization) Sumner County Democratic Party (615) 442-6556 335 W Main St, Ste F Gallatin TN 37066 sumnerdems.org (Political Organization) _____________________________

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

Energy Lighting Services (615) 732-8074 260 W Main St, Ste 125 Hendersonville TN 37075 energylightingservices.com (Construction Companies Electrical - Commercial) 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 St Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatintn.gov (Public Utilities - City of Gallatin) Gallatin Public Works Department (615) 451-5909 641 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatintn.gov (Public Works - City of Gallatin) Nashville Electric Service (615) 747-3604 1214 Church St Nashville TN 37246 www.nespower.com (Utilities) Sumner County Resource Authority (615) 452-1114 625 Rappahannock Wire Rd Gallatin TN 37066 resourceauthorityinsumner.org (Waste Management & Removal) _____________________________

REAL ESTATE, MOVING & STORAGE _____________________________ Absolute Home Inspection, LLC (615) 916-7264 544 Nashville Pike, Ste 120 Gallatin TN 37066 www.absoluteinspectors.com (Home Inspection)


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Alicia Lange, Realtor Coldwell Banker Barnes (615) 429-7141 923C Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 alicialange.coldwellbankerbarnes. com (Real Estate - Realtors) Brandon Webster EXIT Realty Garden Gate Team (615) 218-0562 180 N Belvedere Dr, Ste 10 Gallatin TN 37066 homesbuybrandon.com (Real Estate - Realtors) Brookdale Senior Living Gallatin (615) 451-7722 400 Hancock St Gallatin TN 37066 www.brookdale.com (Assisted Living Facility) Brown Properties (615) 452-3801 1508 E Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 (Real Estate - Investments) Chapel Ridge of Gallatin (615) 451-0050 1590 Airport Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.chapelridgeofgallatin.com Residential - Apartment Complex Charlie Taylor Homes (615) 230-1904 1326 S Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.charlietaylorhomes.com (Manufactured Home Sales) Chord Real Estate (615) 988-1001 713 18th Ave South Nashville TN 37203 www.chordrealestate.com (Real Estate - Realtors) Christian Towers of Gallatin (615) 452-9363 138 E Franklin St Gallatin TN 37066 christiantowersofgallatin.org (Residential - Senior Living Apartments) Countryside Village Suites (615) 451-1539 1404 E Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 www.countrysidevillagesuites.com (Office Space - Executive Suites)

Cozy Living (615) 452-2046 1275 S Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 (Residential - Mobile Home Communities)

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

Maple Street Properties, LLC (615) 451-0991 179 Hancock St, Ste 110 Gallatin TN 37066 www.maplestreetproperties.com (Real Estate - Commercial)

East Camp Village (615) 451-3610 265 East Camp Trail Gallatin TN 37066 Residential - Mobile Home Communities

Gregory Real Estate, LLC (615) 452-9949 145 Ziegler's Fort Rd Gallatin TN 37066 (Real Estate - Realtors)

McKendree Lambuth Retirement Community (615) 230-2267 1054 Hartsville Pike #53 Gallatin TN 37066 www.ncr.org (Residential - Planned Community - Retirement)

Hickory Hills Alzheimer's Special Care Center

Morningside of Gallatin (615) 230-5600 1085 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 morningsideassistedliving.com (Residential - Assisted Living Facility)

Exit Realty Garden Gate Team (615) 989-7733 180 N Belvedere Dr, Ste 10 Gallatin TN 37066 NorthNashvilleHomeFinder.com (Real Estate - Realtors)

Foxland Crossing

(615) 451-7330 1391 Foxland Blvd Gallatin TN 37066 www.foxlandcrossing.com (Residential - Apartment Complex) Gallatin Housing Authority (615) 452-1661 401 N Boyers Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinha.com (Affordable Housing)

Gallatin Mini Storage

(615) 452-8091 120 Nichols Lane Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinministorage.com (Storage Facilities, Moving Consultant, Storage Facilities - Warehouse, Moving Vehicle Rental) Gene Carman Real Estate & Auctions (615) 452-5341 1195 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.carmanrealestate.com (Real Estate - Real Estate & Auctioneers)

(615) 826-1528 162 Indian Lake Blvd Hendersonville TN 37075 www.jeaseniorliving.com (Health Care - Alzheimer's Care) Howard Burwell - RE/MAX Elite (615) 491-2853 118 Saundersville Rd Hendersonville TN 37075 howardburwellhomes.com (Real Estate - Realtors) Jayne Coleman, Realtor Parks Realty (615) 417-5316 305-B Indian Lake Blvd, Ste 220 Hendersonville TN 37075 facebook.com/jaynesellsrealestate (Real Estate - Realtors) Keller-Williams Realty Ann Buchanan (615) 480-1092 145 Anderson Lane Hendersonville TN 37075 www.annbuchanan.com (Real Estate - Realtors) Leigh Bohannon - Coldwell Banker Barnes (615) 452-0040 923C Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.leighbohannon. coldwellbankerbarnes.com (Real Estate - Realtors) Littlestone of Village Green (615) 451-1500 1008 Village Green Crossing Gallatin TN 37066 littlestoneofvillagegreen.com (Residential - Apartment Complex)

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Mudd Properties (615) 957-2695 440 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 (Real Estate - Property Management)

NHC Healthcare, NHC Place Sumner (615) 451-0788 140 Thorne Blvd Gallatin TN 37066 www.nhcplacesumner.com (Residential - Senior Living Apartments, Assisted Living Facility)

Oak Tree Partners (615) 452-7500 335 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 (Real Estate Investment, Property Management, Real Estate Advisory Services) Priority One Real Estate & Auction, LLC (615) 824-0044 233 Simpson St Gallatin TN 37066 PriorityOneRealEstateLLC.com (Real Estate & Auctioneers)

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RE/MAX Choice Properties Gwen Dowland (615) 531-0011 663 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.gwendowland.com (Real Estate - Realtors) RE/MAX Choice Properties Michelle Patterson (615) 822-2003 131 Indian Lake Blvd, Ste 200 Hendersonville TN 37075 michellepattersonrealestate.com Real Estate - Realtors Ridgeview Apartments (615) 230-1004 432 S Westland Ave Gallatin TN 37066 (Residential - Apartment Complex)

Southeastern Commercial Properties, Inc. (615) 824-7072 1531 Hunt Club Blvd, Ste 310 Gallatin TN 37066 www.scptn.net (Real Estate - Commercial; Property Management) Southgate Mini Warehouses (615) 230-6658 149 James Circle Gallatin TN 37066 (Storage Facilities)

Stoneridge Farms at the Hunt Club (615) 451-7057 2325 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.stoneridgehuntclub.com (Residential - Apartment Complex) Stormaxx, LLC (615) 451-7700 1771 Airport Rd Gallatin TN 37066 (Storage Facilities) Sumner Gardens Apartments (615) 620-5842 923 S Westland Ave Gallatin TN 37066 (Residential - Apartment Complex)

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Teresa Leigh - RE/MAX (615) 260-7136 118 Saundersville Rd, Ste 150 Hendersonville TN 37075 (Real Estate - Realtors) Villages of Gallatin (615) 230-0017 1096 Sam Houston Circle Gallatin TN 37066 (Residential) Waters of Gallatin (The) (615) 452-7132 555 E Bledsoe St Gallatin TN 37066 (Senior Living Apartments) Zach Phillips - Village Real Estate (615) 319-4175 2206 21st Ave S, Ste 200 Nashville TN 37212 www.villagerealestate.com (Real Estate - Realtors) _____________________________

RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS _____________________________ Church of Our Saviour (Episcopal) (615) 452-7146 704 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 gallatinepiscopalchurch.net (Church)

First Presbyterian Church (615) 452-3151 167 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.fpcgallatin.org (Church) First United Methodist Church (615) 452-1922 149 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.fumcgallatin.org (Church)

Freedom Church

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

Cornerstone Church (615) 865-6655 726 West Old Hickory Blvd Madison TN 37115 CornerstoneNashville.org (Church)

Liberty Baptist Church (615) 230-7703 1047 S Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 libertybaptistchurchofgallatin. com (Church)

First Baptist Church (615) 452-8189 290 E Winchester St Gallatin TN 37066 www.firstbaptistgallatin.org (Church)

Living Sent Ministries (615) 447-2520 205 Indian Lake Blvd, Rm 112 Hendersonville TN 37075 www.livingsentministries.org (Church)

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

GALLATIN, TN AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Living To Go Church, Inc. (615) 859-4408 502 Douglas Bend Gallatin TN 37066 www.livingtogo.org (Church) Southside Baptist Church & K-12 Christian School (615) 452-5951 1028 S Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.southsidegallatin.org (Church)

St. John Vianney Catholic Church and School (615) 452-2977 449 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.saintjohnvianneychurch.org (Church) _____________________________

RESTAURANTS, FOOD & BEVERAGES _____________________________ Awedaddy's Bar & Grill (615) 452-4777 727 Marina Private Rd Gallatin TN 37066 www.facebook.com/awedaddys (Restaurant) BriarScratch Brewing, LLC (615) 319-1562 PO Box 35 Cottontown TN 37048 www.briarscratchbrewing.com (Brewery - Wholesale Only)

Buffalo Wild Wings

(615) 230-9464 1109 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.buffalowildwings.com (Restaurant) Campione's Taste of Chicago (615) 206-6965 179 Hancock St, Ste 208 Gallatin TN 37066 www.facebook.com/ tasteofchicago (Restaurant) Cancun Lagoon Canelos Gama, LLC (615) 461-8755 382 Sumner Hall Dr Gallatin TN 37066 (Restaurant)

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


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Chick-fil-A of Gallatin (615) 230-1945 101 N Belvedere Dr Gallatin TN 37066 www.chick-fil-a.com/gallatin (Restaurant)

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

Prince Street Pizza and Pub (615) 675-4640 123 E Prince St Gallatin TN 37066 princestreetpizzaandpub.com (Restaurant)

Crescent City Gallatin (615) 206-8819 102 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.crescentcitygallatin.com (Restaurant)

McDonald's Restaurant (615) 451-4445 990 Greensboro Dr Gallatin TN 37066 mylocalmcds.com/volstatemcds (Restaurant)

Southern Juice & Beverage Co. (615) 675-4560 101 W Franklin St Gallatin TN 37066 southernjuiceandbeverage.com (Restaurant)

Foxland Southern Grill at Foxland Harbor Golf and Country Club

Nothing Bundt Cakes (615) 447-3285 299B Indian Lake Blvd Hendersonville TN 37075 www.nothingbundtcakes.com (Restaurant)

Starr Ranch (615) 478-1803 170 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 starrranchmail.wix.com/starrranch (Restaurant & Entertainment)

(615) 451-2600 1445 Foxland Blvd Gallatin TN 37066 www.foxlandharbor.com (Restaurant)

Govan's Salon and Coffee Cafe (615) 206-9777 116 N Water St Gallatin TN 37066 www.govanexpressions.com (Coffee & Gift Shop) Half Time Sports Bar and Grill (615) 461-8362 209 W Eastland St Gallatin TN 37066 (Restaurant) Jersey Mike's Subs (615) 442-6500 940 Memory Lane Gallatin TN 37066 www.jerseymikes.com/4054 (Restaurant) Jimmy Johns (615) 461-7120 1007 Nashville Pike, Ste 200 Gallatin TN 37066 www.jimmyjohns.com (Restaurant) Mama's Kitchen (615) 230-7865 495 E Main St Gallatin TN 37066 (Restaurant)

O'Charley's Kitchen + Bar (615) 230-8103 1009 Village Green Crossing Gallatin TN 37066 www.ocharleys.com (Restaurants)

Osaka Japanese Restaurant (615) 451-1686 223 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.osakajapaneseonline.com (Restaurant) Our Place Cafe (615) 264-8881 247 W Main St, Ste B Hendersonville TN 37075 www.myourplacecafe.com (Restaurant) Patty Cakes / Lily Lane Vintage Rental (615) 351-3134 325 Buckingham Blvd Gallatin TN 37066 www.pattycakes-tn.com (Bakery - Cakes, Wedding Cakes, & Sweet Treats) _____________________________

CHAMBER PARTNER: ________________________ Picasso's Plate (inside Worthington Galleries)

(615) 527-7970 112 Public Square Gallatin TN 37066 worthingtongalleries.com (Restaurant)

T's Hot Chicken Shack

1845 Nashville Pike, Ste B Gallatin TN 37066 www.tshotchickenshack.com (Restaurant)

Umbra Coffee LLC (615) 461-0242 106 Public Square, Ste 100 Gallatin TN 37066 www.umbracoffee.com (Coffee Shop)

(615) 927-9517 3014 Owen Dr Antioch TN 37013 www.azorinc.com (Office Supplies; Office Furniture) Batteries Plus Bulbs (615) 461-8065 1545 Nashville Pike, Ste 104 Gallatin TN 37066 www.batteriesplus.com (Batteries, Light Bulbs)

Bee Inspired...House to Home (614) 452-3000 223 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 facebook.com/BeeInspiredHouse toHome (Home Décor, Antiques, Artists/ Artisans, Furniture, Gifts & Interior Design) Binkley Nash Furniture & Design (615) 452-7096 224 N Locust Gallatin TN 37066 www.binkleynashfurniture.com (Furniture, Home Décor, Interior Design Services) Black Tie Floral Design & Events (615) 461-7701 967 Grassland Place, Ste G Gallatin TN 37066 www.blacktiefloraldesigns.com (Florist, Gifts, Home Décor, Interior Design)

Wendy's #1 (615) 452-2118 927 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 (Restaurant) Whitt's Barbecue (615) 675-5109 604 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN 37066 (Restaurant) _____________________________

SHOPPING & SPECIALTY RETAIL _____________________________ A Daisy A Day Vintage and Antique Marketplace (615) 516-2589 122 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 facebook.com/adaisyadayvintage andantiquemarketplace (Antique & Collectibles, Clothing, Jewelry, Home Décor) 201 8

A-Z Office Resource Inc.

Broadway Discount Liquors (615) 451-2727 417 E Broadway Ave Gallatin TN 37066 (Liquor Store)

Brown's Florist

(615) 824-0857 269 W Main St Hendersonville TN 37075 www.brownsflorist.net (Florist, Gifts) Concept One Screen Printing, Inc. (615) 452-2900 210 N Locust Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.conceptonetn.com (Promotional Product Sales, Trophies and Engraving)

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Business Directory

Heroes Wanted Copper Still Wine & Spirits (The) (615) 989-1658 1176 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN 37066 facebook.com/thecopperstill (Liquor Store) Corlew Appliance Parts & Service (615) 451-3661 115 S Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.corlewappliance.com (Appliance Sales & Service) David McKenzie Jewelers (615) 452-0062 1483 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 davidmckenziejewelers.com (Jewelry, Gift Items) Gallatin Farmers Market (615) 452-4000 160 W Franklin St Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatintn.org (Farmers' Market - Open May October: Sat 8am-2pm) Gallatin Floor Fashions (615) 451-1696 399 E Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinfloorfashions.com (Retail - Flooring) Gallatin Liquor Store (615) 452-7804 132 No Locust St Gallatin TN 37066 (Liquor Store)

Gibson Furniture & Patio

(615) 452-4420 141 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.gibsonfurn.com (Furniture, Mattresses, Appliances, Patio & Lawn Furniture) God's Green Earth All Natural Products (615) 596-3843 220 E Main St Gallatin TN 37066 facebook.com/godsgreenearthanp (Health and Wellness)

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

CHAMBER PARTNER: ________________________ Liquor World (615) 452-4546 136 N Belvedere Dr Gallatin TN 37066 (Liquor Store)

Long Hollow Gardens & Vineyards

(615) 451-2666 2064 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.longhollowgardens.com (Garden Center, Gift Shop, Home Décor) NutriShop (615) 461-8053 689 S Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 facebook.com/nutrishopgallatin (Vitamin and Supplements) Ovation Music and Studios (615) 461-8438 107 E Main St Gallatin TN 37066 ovationmusicstudios.com (Music, Instruments)

GALLATIN, TN AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Perfect Fit Image Apparel, Inc. (615) 451-2226 430 Airport Rd, Ste A Gallatin TN 37066 www.perfectfitimage.com (Promotional Product Sales)

Simply Sumner Gift & Coffee Shoppe (615) 328-5554 555 Hartsville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumner.org (Gifts, Jewelry, & Accessories Non-Profit Store)

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

Sleep Outfitters (615) 451-0393 1545 Nashville Pike, Ste 108 Gallatin TN 37066 www.sleepoutfitters.com (Mattress and Sleep Center)

Publix Grocery Store (615) 451-6285 1483 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.publix.com (Groceries) R & S Groundskeeping (615) 451-7911 805 E Robertson Rd Castalian Springs TN 37031 facebook.com/RsGroundskeeping AndNurseryLlc (Nursery - Garden Center, Landscaping Services, Mulch Products) Red Tulip (The) (615) 206-1395 1545 Nashville Pike, Ste 106 Gallatin TN 37066 facebook.com/redtulipgifts (Gifts, Invitations, Home Décor, Jewelry, Accessories) Santo Nino de Atocha Tortilleria (615) 206-8152 720 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 santostortillas.com (Speciality Foods - Tortillas) Sassy and Brassy Boutique (615) 230-1739 130 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 sassyandbrassyboutique.com (Clothing, Jewelry, and Accessories)

Sherwin-Williams

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

Southern Gypsies Boutique (615) 527-7379 114 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 facebook.com/ southerngypsiesboutique1 (Clothing, Jewelry, and Accessories) Southern Lovin Boutique, LLC (615) 681-7796 Gallatin TN 37066 southernlovin-boutique.com (Online Women's Boutique)

Stella's Boutique

(615) 452-6996 1176 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.thestellaboutique.com (Clothing, Gifts, Home Décor, Jewelry, Tuxedo Rental)

Street Tuxedo

(615) 865-4640 1714 Gallatin Rd N Madison TN 37115 streetuxedo.com (Tuxedo Sales & Rental)

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


Business Directory Swim World Pools, Inc.

(615) 452-7665 211 W Eastland Gallatin TN 37066 www.swimworldpool.com (Pools: Installation, Sales, Services, Gift Items, & More)

Tennessee Hardware

(615) 452-9309 441 East Broadway Gallatin TN 37066 www.tennesseeace.com (Hardware, Farm & Home Supplies, Home Improvements, Gift Shop, Paint Store) Tennessee Honey Boutique & Gifts (615) 934-5847 140 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 tennesseehoneyboutique.com (Clothing, Jewelry, and Accessories) Thomas Jewelers (615) 452-3455 179 Hancock St, Ste 102 Gallatin TN 37066 www.Thomas-Jewelers.com (Jewelry, Appraisal Services, Custom Jewelry Design)

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CHAMBER PARTNER: ________________________ Worthington Galleries (615) 527-7970 112 Public Square Gallatin TN 37066 worthingtongalleries.com (Art Gallery) _____________________________

SPORTS & RECREATION _____________________________ Anytime Fitness of Gallatin (615) 461-7429 1545 Nashville Pike, Ste 111 Gallatin TN 37066 www.anytimefitness.com (Health Club/Gym/Fitness) Barren River Lake State Resort Park (270) 646-2151 1149 State Park Rd Lucas KY 42156 parks.ky.gov/parks/resortparks/ barren-river (Recreation) CenterStage Performing Arts Academy (615) 230-9341 250 Hancock St Gallatin TN 37066 www.performcenterstage.com (Dance, Theater, Music, and Fitness)

Gallatin Civic Center (615) 451-5911 210 Albert Gallatin Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinleisureservices.com (Swimming, Fitness, Training, Gym) Gallatin Marina (615) 452-9876 727 Marina Private Rd Gallatin TN 37066 gallatinmarina.com (Marina; Boat Dock, Boat Storage)

Organic Fitness Factory (615) 788-6841 650 Nashville Pike, Ste 5c Gallatin TN 37066 www.organicfitnessfactory.com (Health Club/Gym/Fitness) Sumner County Family YMCA (615) 826-9622 102 Bluegrass Commons Blvd Hendersonville TN 37075 ymcamidtn.org/sumner-county (Health Club/Gym/Fitness)

Sumner Gun & Supply

Gallatin Martial Arts Center (615) 989-7945 130 N Locust Ave Gallatin TN 37066 gallatingma.com (Martial Arts) Gallatin Parks and Recreation (615) 451-5911 210 Albert Gallatin Ave Gallatin TN 37066 www.gallatinleisureservices.com (Parks & Recreation - City of Gallatin)

(615) 206-8685 526 W Main St Gallatin TN 37066 www.sumnerguns.com (Gun Range; Shooting Training/ Education) Workout Anytime (615) 442-6572 565 Village Green Drive Gallatin TN 37066 www.workoutanytime.com/gallatin (Health Club/Gym/Fitness) _____________________________

Iron Lotus Gym, LLC (877) 447-3785 323 Hancock St Gallatin TN 37066 ironlotusgym.com (Health Club/Gym/Fitness)

TRANSPORTATION _____________________________ All Access Coach Leasing, LLC (615) 230-7400 364 N Water Ave Gallatin TN 37066 allaccesscoach.com (Bus & Coach Leasing)

Long Hollow Golf Course (615) 451-3120 1080 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin TN 37066 B & M Trucking www.gallatin-tn.gov (Recreation - Golf Course - Public) (615) 230-9306 239 James St Club at Fairvue Plantation Gallatin TN 37066 Middle Tennessee Youth Ballet (615) 575-4300 TMS Family Farms (Trucking Company) (615) 495-6477 981 Plantation Blvd (615) 403-5181 139 Edenway Gallatin TN 37066 1104 New Highway 52 E, Ste C Holleman Trucking & Excavating White House TN 37188 www.clubatfairvue.com Westmoreland TN 37186 (615) 452-1606 middletennesseeyouthballet.org (Recreation - Golf Course - Private) tmsfamilyfarms.com PO Box 574 (Ballet, Dance; Non Profit (Retail - Marketplace; Farm Raised Gallatin TN 37066 Organization) Ernie Reyes' World Martial Arts Meats) (Trucking & Excavating) (615) 230-9658 Nashville Predators 327 Hancock St Waine Mercantile + Boutique (615) 770-2064 Sumner County Regional Airport Gallatin TN 37066 (615) 533-0979 Bridgestone Arena Authority www.erniereyes.com 152 N Water Ave 501 Broadway (615) 451-1490 (Dance, Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Gallatin TN 37066 Nashville TN 37203 1475 Airport Rd and/or Cheerleading) www.waineboutique.com www.nashvillepredators.com Gallatin TN 37066 (Clothing, Jewelry, and Home (NHL Sports Team) gallatinterminaloperations.com Foxland Harbor Golf and DĂŠcor) (Airport)

Country Club

Wal-Mart Supercenter (615) 452-8452 1112 Nashville Pike Gallatin TN 37066 www.walmart.com (Department Store)

(615) 451-2600 1445 Foxland Blvd Gallatin TN 37066 www.foxlandharbor.com (Golf Course)

OrangeTheory Fitness Hendersonville

(615) 815-5970 281 Indian Lake Blvd, Ste 200 Hendersonville TN 37075 orangetheoryfitness.com/ hendersonville (Health Club/Gym/Fitness) 201 8

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2018 Gallatin City Guide  

The Gallatin City Guide is a publication that gives existing residents, newcomers, Chamber members, site selectors, and visitors a comprehen...

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