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Madison Chamber of Commerce’s 2013 Business Directory and Newcomers Guide

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Madison The Madison Record 14-C Main Street Madison, AL 35758 256.772.6677 phone 256.772.6655 fax Staff Writer Gregg Parker Photographer Sarah Brewer MARKETING Myra Sawyer OFFICE MANAGER Laura Samples Customer Service PRODUCTION Amy Baldis Daniel Holmes Jamie Sparacino

MADISON magazine is published by Madison Publications, LLC for the Madison Chamber of Commerce. Copyright 2013 Madison Publications, LLC All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited.

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Table of contents

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President’s letter A letter from our president chamber staff Meet our chamber staff Board of directors We thank our directors Madison feels like home What it feels like to live in Madison Madison Events Festivals, expos and civic pride thrive in Madison COMING FULL CIRCLE: Homage to city founder James Clemens

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MADISON BUSINESS Let’s do business in Madison Madison city schools Embracing diversity yet individuality

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IMPROVING SCHOOLS Superintendent sees schools always moving, teachers always learning

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Madison Has it The right location, attitude and job

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directory Madison 2013 Membership Directory

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President’s Letter

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Greetings to our valued business partners, residents, and visitors! I look forward to serving as President of the Madison Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors for 2012-2013. Over the last 12 years, I have seen our community grow and develop in exciting ways. In 2012 alone we’ve opened Madison Hospital, The Shoppes of Madison featuring Target, and James Clemens High School (a state of the art school). Madison is the fastest growing City in the State of Alabama and whether you’re planning to relocate to Madison or visit our area for a short time, we are confident that our business community is anxious to make your time here pleasant and productive. This membership directory comes to you with the compliments and best wishes of the Madison Chamber of Commerce. The Madison Chamber of Commerce is an institution of leadership and an advocate for its members and the community. Our membership of nearly 500 businesses

is committed to the concept that there is enormous strength in working together and great benefit to be gained in the exchange of information and ideas. The members of the Madison Chamber of Commerce have shown a commitment to Madison and the surrounding community and I encourage you to use this Directory as a resource in finding companies to do business with and we appreciate your patronage of companies willing to give back. Chamber membership is a valuable tool for any business. If you are not a member, I urge you to join us! From professional development workshops/seminars, to business “after-hours,” to multi-level marketing opportunities, the chamber is ready and eager to help you be successful. So, inside the pages of this book you will find the names and addresses of each and every member in the Chamber that can deliver goods and services for every business category. Thank you for being a part of this effort.

CHAMBER STAFF

Pam Sparks, Account Manager pam@madisonalchamber.com

Susie Masotti, Executive Director director@madisonalchamber.com

Madison Chamber of Commerce 130 Park Square Lane, Madison AL 35758 | Phone: 256-325-8317

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Board Members 2012-13

Beth Martin Madison Chamber of Commerce President

Steven Levy Madison Chamber of Commerce Vice President

Lori King-Taylor Madison Chamber of Commerce Secretary

Andrew Freeman Madison Chamber of Commerce Treasurer

Michelle Nesin Madison Chamber of Commerce Past President

Joe Knoch Madison Chamber of Commerce Director-at-Large

Cindy Sensenberger Madison Chamber of Commerce Director-at-Large Jim Pride Madison Chamber of Commerce Director-at-Large Amanda Weaver Madison Chamber of Commerce Director-at-Large Mary Lynne Wright Madison Chamber of Commerce Director-at-Large

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Madison just feels like home. The good life — We live it in Madison BY GREGG PARKER A laid-back, safe environment filters throughout Madison -- whether you’re taking a walk as neighbors tend to landscaping, riding a bike on a greenway, heading to the park for a good-spirited game or just watching the children play in the front yard while you relax after a day at work. Madison is one of those places that ‘clicks’ with people. Atypical of many Southern communities, Madison’s population merges people from all parts of the United States — and the world — who value each other’s customs and traditions. Diversity is embraced, not ostracized. People in Madison learn from their neighbor’s lives, coworkers’ experience and churches’ teachings. In a rare combination, the city offers a sophisticated touch from its citizens while endorsing the centuries-old graciousness of Southern hospitality

and helpfulness. Thousands call Madison home who work in its city limits, while some residents have careers in nearby Huntsville. Many companies have established operations in or near Madison, offering lucrative jobs in research and technology, like Madison’s largest employer Intergraph, the leading global provider of engineering and geospatial software. In addition, HudsonAlpha Center for Biotechnology has headquarters in Cummings Research Park. Madison residents work for defense contractors at Redstone Arsenal and its support network; in manufacturing; and the aerospace industry with NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center and The Boeing Company. Attracted by those careers, the majority of Madison residents are well educated and well paid. Their companies and local colleges offer constant 9


opportunities for professional advancement. Away from work, parents are confident that their students receive the best education possible in Madison City Schools. Parents volunteer in school and extracurricular activities -- from Scouting and Indian Princesses to chess clubs and robotics. During spare time, all ages enjoy Dublin Park recreation center, which offers a double-court gymnasium equipped for basketball and volleyball with an upstairs walking track and a 25-yard, eightlane, heated indoor swimming pool. Madison Parks and Recreation Department operates from Dublin. A paved walking trail meanders around nine soccer fields, a nine-hole disc golf course and seven tennis courts. Also at Dublin, a fantasy playground, Kid’s Kingdom, allows children to exercise body and imagination in a complex built by community volunteers in only a few days of intense work. Home to swim teams and award-winning squads from both Bob Jones High School and James Clemens High School, the outdoor pool includes a diving well and kiddie pool. After years of improvement and additions, Palmer 10

Park is home to 13 youth baseball fields and six fields each for softball and soccer. Teams play football in two regulation fields. Palmer has three concession buildings with restrooms and press boxes. Families, groups or maybe singles on a freshair date can take advantage of four pavilions and batting cages on Palmer’s grounds. A special playground is designed with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessibility. Madison has completed greenways with more green space on future blueprints. The goal of city leaders is to connect the community in pathways to facilitate alternative transportation and promote healthy lifestyles. Mill Creek Greenway is adjacent to Mill Creek Elementary School and its namesake stream. Teachers and students often take nature walks for real-life science discussions. This greenway is home to Madison Dog Park, a fenced field where poodles to pinschers can scamper unleashed. Just off Hughes Road, Rainbow Mountain Preserve has beautiful rock formations, like the teetering Balance Rock, panoramic views of


Madison, fossils, caves and a waterfall. Loop Trail extends 1.5 miles on a rocky path along the cliff ridge. Other hiking venues are Wild Trail that extends .4 miles, JaMooKo Loop Trail and Spring Trail. At the Madison/Huntsville border, Indian Creek Greenway offers a paved path for both bicyclists and pedestrians to enjoy an extended walk or to catch some sunshine while admiring lush foliage. Bradford Creek Greenway’s trailhead begins at Palmer Park with pleasing views of the creek, hardwood forests and wetlands with fish and birds. The city plans to add a pedestrian and nonmotorized corridor. Residents can join the Madison Greenways and Trails organization, which works to preserve natural settings and resources. In February 2013, Sci-Quest Hands-On Science Center will relocate to Madison. Year-round, Sci-Quest offers mind-boggling exhibits, camps, lectures and experiences that meld science learning with science fun. In traffic flow, County Line Road serves as western Madison’s primary route, extending the width of the city. A new interchange/exit of I-565 controlled 11


access road will further open this area to business and retail expansion. This area has three schools and many upscale neighborhoods, including estates at Heritage Plantation. In 2012, revitalization of downtown Madison continued with improvements along Main Street. New sidewalks and increased parking accommodate diners and shoppers to enjoy antique stores, gift shops and professional offices. The Shoppes on Main location offers an exercise studio and eateries. To the north, U.S. 72 is home to Madison Hospital, the Shoppes of Madison complex and mushrooming businesses and medical clinics. Near Bob Jones High School, midtown Madison is home to Madison Public Library, medical offices, City Hall, restaurants,

supermarkets and pharmacies with a running/ walking trail alongside Hughes Road and the premier neighborhood of Clift’s Cove. Old Madison Pike directly accesses Cummings Research Park and the shopping and entertainment venues of Bridge Street Towne Center. Prime industrial and business sites are open in Madison Research Park, the Phoenix Center, Arlington Park and JetPlex parcels surrounding Huntsville International Airport. Safe streets and neighborhoods, a stellar school system, avenues for career growth and resourceful entrepreneurs are key players in the lifestyle that is Madison. The good life becomes reality when you live and work in Madison.

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Festivals, expos and civic pride

thrive in Madison BY GREGG PARKER We’d love to have you. ... Why don’t you join? ... Sure, bring the kids. Feeling like you belong is inherent with Madison living. Madisonians are ‘joiners.’ They’re enthusiastic about joining and getting involved in civic events. As a by-product, residents hone professional skills, revive a lost talent, reinforce their child’s inclinations and, above all, have fun. Organized by Madison Chamber of Commerce, Connect~2013 in January will assemble residents 14

to hear Mayor Troy Trulock’s first State of the City address and celebrate another year in Madison -- Alabama’s most progressive and fastest growing city. The black-tie gala is staged in the Davidson Center at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center and brings together elected officials, business leaders, VIPs, as well as rank and file. With their Small Business Awards ceremony, the Madison Chamber recognizes the entrepreneurial spirit, celebrates MCC members who champion small business and acknowledges the small business community’s contribution to the economy and society.


In July, the Chamber presents its annual Business Expo and Kids’ Day, a tradition for business owners and non-profit organizations for more than 20 years to showcase their products and services. Residents enjoy the introductions and ‘freebies,’ while their children play on inflatable amusements and lick ice cream cones. Parades offer a ‘family-reunion’ atmosphere with spectators lining Hughes Road and streets in the historic district. Traditions of football homecoming reign when Bob Jones High School and James Clemens High School parade in their colors. The city sponsors an annual Christmas parade with high-stepping fun, floats and a visit by Santa Claus. A parade also kicks off the Madison Street Festival, the city’s premier annual celebration on the first Saturday in October. The festival is part block party, student showcase, shopping extravaganza, fine art exhibits and vendor expo. While checking out the amusements, eat a funnel cake on your way to the car show, with its revvedup engines, shiny chrome and mirror-like polishes. Other car shows are held during the year. Sportscar aficionados have a field day when British roadsters roll in to Dublin Park. Vets with Corvettes often show off their dream cars. Madison Rotarians take the town to balmy

climates each August with Parrots of the Caribbean, the club’s major fundraiser. They get the party started in historic downtown and sway to tropical rhythms while imbibing on Jimmy Buffett potables. Madison Arts Council’s yearly gala, Amore Art, draws supporters of the fine arts for cocktails and dinner with live entertainment. Rubbing elbows is permitted. MAC also sponsors the Madison Gazebo Concert series, a free evening with local entertainers singing, keyboarding and drumming on the Village Green. Dublin Park provides a venue for family-oriented events year-round. Youngsters search with a passion at the annual Easter Egg Hunt; the Easter Bunny always hops by for a photo op. On the Fourth of July, families enjoy lawn games, live entertainment and kids’ amusements, concluding with a fireworks finale at dusk. For Halloween at Dublin Park, the Trail of Fears tests the nerves as thrill-seekers take a hayride through a haunted park. Teenagers assist to earn money for their school clubs. For decades, Madison Garden Club has ushered in the Christmas season for Madison with “Every Light a Prayer for Peace” at City Hall. Students read their award-winning essays and local musicians 15


perform. In spring, garden club members conduct a spring sale of heirloom cuttings and plants from their lawns. They also present Bark in the Park, an amateur dog show open to any fidos -- big, small, talented, cute or ugly. Also for four-legged residents, Art 4 Paws combines pet adoption with fine art on the grounds of the quaint gazebo. Artists exhibit and sell their work, while adoption agencies, like Madison Animal Rescue Foundation, offer dogs and cats a chance for a new home. Coinciding with Kentucky Derby weekend, Madison’s Run Through the Roses has 10k and 5k courses certified by USA Track & Field. The race course meanders through town along plantings of Radrazz Knockout roses, Madison’s signature plant. By mid-afternoon the Derby Days festival brings awareness of North Alabama’s early legacy in Deep South horseracing. Madison Station Historical Preservation Society organizes lawn games and presents live Americana musicians in bluegrass, country and rock genres. Ladies wear extravagant,

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over-the-top Derby millinery to carry the theme. In May, Festival of the Arts at Bob Jones High School showcases the remarkable skills of Madison’s teenagers in visual arts, drama, vocal and instrumental music, interior decorating and fashion design. Halls surrounding Zompa Auditorium are packed as the community absorbs the sounds and sights with awestruck reactions. When PTA members aren’t working on fundraisers for campus needs, they often bond and develop friendships after school. In Madison, many longtime relationships develop with dinner parties for parents and play times for their children. Even Madison Police Department gets in on the act. Madison Police Foundation sponsors the Spring Fling carnival with midway thrills and chills. Each summer, the foundation conducts Kids Camp, where fifth-graders get to see officers as real people, and officers appreciate a child’s perspective. SWAT demos, a radKIDS course in personal empowerment and high-spirited games keep the youngster busy. Find you niche. In Madison, that task is easy.


Community Spirit. Community Banking. First Commercial Bank, a division of Synovus Bank, is proud to be part of all that makes Madison such a dynamic and rewarding place to live and work. We partner with individuals and businesses in our community to help them reach their financial goals with a vast array of innovative financial products and personalized service. Here are just some of the local organizations we are proud to be a part of: Madison Chamber of Commerce • Madison Hospital Advisory Board • Madison Street Festival Madison Industrial Development Board • Madison Beautification Board • Madison Animal Rescue Foundation Bob Jones High School and James Clemens High School Fellowship of Christian Athletes To learn more about all the advantages of teaming up with First Commercial Bank we invite you to call us or visit one of our offices today. www.fcb-hsv.com 256-551-3300

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Coming full circle:

Homage to city founder James Clemens BY GREGG PARKER Little did James Clemens know what he was setting into motion in 1854. A land speculator from Huntsville, Clemens had the foresight to transact a deal leading to incorporation of the City of Madison. Now, 158 years later, his influence came full circle with the naming of Madison’s newest campus, James Clemens High School. Clemens’ land purchase, now the downtown area, was a sizeable purchase at one-quarter of a square mile. He developed his settlement along the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, halfway between Huntsville to the east and Decatur at the Tennessee River. Capitalizing on railroad commerce, he built a train depot. Railroad brass dubbed the stop, “Madison Station.” Clemens and his son Jeremiah were social reformers of sorts, Madison historian John Rankin said. These men freed their slaves in the 1850s, long before the Emancipation Proclamation. The last lot that James Clemens sold was to a free, black man. Clemens first sold land to George Washington ‘G.W.’ Martin, a successful businessman who worked in Triana, then a prosperous port on the Tennessee River about 10 miles south of Madison. Martin brought his mercantile business to Madison Station on the tracks’ south side, recognized as downtown’s

oldest commercial building. Later housing a saloon, the site then was a grocery store, owned by the Cain family. Cain descendants and siblings Ronnie Williams and Sharon Dinkel restored and revitalized Martin’s storefront at 110 Main Street into Madison Station Antiques in 2010. Joining Martin on Monopolyboard Main Street in the late 1800s were merchants, a mortician, ‘druggists’ and Bank of Madison. Sprouting tall from red-brick clay fields, cotton reigned as economic king for many decades with four cotton gins in downtown threshing the white gold. In 1869, the bustling town of Madison Station was incorporated and its name shortened to “Madison.” Madison Methodist and Madison Baptist churches had opened their doors, along with other congregations. Turn-of-the-century Madison welcomed spacious Victorian houses and Craftsman bungalows along Front Street. Madison’s two iconic buildings are located on

In 1869, the bustling town of Madison Station was incorporated and its name shortened to “Madison.”

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the Village Green, a narrow greenway adjacent to the railroad. In 1992, the Madison Street Festival committee built the nostalgic Madison Gazebo, grandstand for weekly summer concerts, civic club events or as a quiet book-reading nook. Today’s octagonal, stilted Roundhouse replicates the original structure built in the 1880s to assist in shipping railroad freight. Again, Madison Street Festival organizers rallied to build the Roundhouse in 1986. By mid-century, the town’s first major transformation occurred with the opening of Redstone Arsenal, drawing job seekers from surrounding counties and eventually employers, including NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center and U.S. Army contractors. In the late 1900s, the revolution in technology brought engineers and support personnel to nearby Cummings Research Park, The Boeing Company, Intergraph Corporation and defense contractors at Redstone Arsenal. In 1998, possibly Madison’s most dramatic, progressive step was the establishment of its own

separate school district, Madison City Schools. Approximately 9,200 students were enrolled on the first day of the 2012-2013 school year. The district includes Bob Jones and James Clemens high schools, two middle schools and seven elementary schools. Madison City Schools test scores on national standardized tests are above the national average at all schools. Madison students consistently rank as ‘Alabama’s best’ in all phases of academics, athletics, the fine arts and out-of-classroom experiences like Destination Imagination, engineering internships and rocketry. Bob Jones High School has earned prestigious rankings in “America’s Best High Schools” by the Washington Post and US News & World Report. The Class of 2012 was offered $33,893,493 in scholarships, with 296 students receiving scholarships. Madison can now boast that it is one of the fastestgrowing, progressive-thinking cities in the Southeast -- and the fastest growing city in Alabama with a population of 43,000-plus. James Clemens knew a good thing when he saw it.

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Owners of diverse companies agree:

Let’s do business in Madison BY GREGG PARKER The butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker would all agree. Whatever the field, business people find their niche for clientele and workforce in Madison. “We started working out of our house in Madison when few medical options were available for Madison,” physical therapist Michelle Nesin said. She is co-owner and chief operations officer for Nesin Therapy Services P.C. “Then, we grew to contract services to other facilities and home health. By 2000, insurance demands leveled and we grew as an outpatient facility,” Nesin said. Nesin Therapy now has clinics in Madison, Huntsville and Cummings Research Park. Starting with five employees, the company currently has 21 therapists among 33 employees total. “We have the advantage of one-on-one private sessions, one hour or longer,” Nesin said. Treatment is based on manual therapy and biomechanical movements in helping patients in rehabilitation of injury, along with injury prevention. The Nesin family has lived in Madison since 1981 and wanted the city as home base. “We keep headquarters here because we get our business by

word of mouth. In Madison, more people know you, know the business and know the employees. People like doing business with individuals with whom they have relationships.” Compared to a metropolitan area, Madison offers a more conducive climate for business. “Every day, you see people you know. It’s a warm community and small enough that a business of any size can make a difference. I know because we’ve been all sizes at Nesin Therapy Services.” Nesin patients and employees benefit from the I-565 interchange, allowing easy access to Madison and Huntsville. “Health care can be a luxury, even when it’s needed,” Nesin said. “Madison residents’ income makes it more feasible for them to see a physical therapist.” “Madison is a well-educated community; therefore, people are more willing to step beyond even insurance and seek professional services for their health maintenance. That wouldn’t be available in other areas that aren’t as economically stable,” Nesin said. -- Nesin Therapy Services, 256.461.9654, nesintherapy.com Keith Graham also is a longtime Madison resident. At the Keith Graham Agency, he provides Farmers Group Insurance for all types of needs -- home, 23


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auto, life, boats, business, recreational vehicles and health. “Having been in Madison since 1988, I have seen the need for local people, who are aware and involved in the community, to also be available to do business. This is home. Where else could I possibly want to be?” Graham said. Serving insurance needs, Graham enjoys meeting “all of the new people coming to our area. I like to make them feel like they instantly have a friend here.” Graham describes Madison as a personable city. “It’s fun to be a business owner who knows the community and its history. This gives me an advantage. I basically can communicate with anyone about almost anything.” “Most people in Madison are working and responsible residents. They’re aware of insurance needs they are faced with and are always wanting to learn more about what their options may be,” Graham said. -- The Keith Graham Agency, 256.874.2888, farmersagent.com/rgraham Lori King-Taylor is president and owner of two companies. Eagle Collision Center is a complete automotive collision repair facility specializing in repairing vehicles to pre-accident condition. Trinity Performance Solutions assists organizations and business owners in training and executive coaching for their number one asset: their people. “My number one reason for opening a business in Madison is this is the community in which I live,” King-Taylor said. “It’s important to support your community and people with whom you live.” Loyalty is an advantage in Madison. “Madisonians and North Alabama are wonderful. I can’t imagine owning a business anywhere else,” King-Taylor said. “This community really helps take care of its own. We all work together for the betterment of Madison, Madison County and our neighbors.” The transportation network benefits her businesses. Trinity Performance Solutions clients throughout the United States have Huntsville International Airport close by with easy access. “I also love I-565. I can be just about anywhere in Madison very quickly and so can my customers,” King-Taylor said. “At Eagle, we have loyal customers from all over the county (who) travel ‘painlessly’ from outside Madison.” 25


Samantha Brinkley, owner of Rocket City HR poses with her MCC Ambassador of the Year Award.

King-Taylor credits the Southern work ethic in “having a team that works hard, works together and truly cares about what they do. They definitely help keep my business running efficiently. They are smart, efficient and quality.” “Our highly educated customer base keeps 26

us on our toes,” King-Taylor said. “You can’t provide sub-quality work for people in Madison County. My team knows that.” Eagle Collision Center: 256.325.5114, eaglecollisionusa.com. Trinity Performance Solutions: 256.829.8771, trinityperformanceonline.com.


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Madison City Schools:

Embracing diversity yet individuality BY GREGG PARKER It’s simple arithmetic. Add 9,200-plus students, 11 campuses and about 950 employees, multiplied by consistent state and national awards. The sum? Madison City Schools. As faculties strive to meet each child’s individual, each campus nurtures its own distinctive personality. These out-of-the-box solutions empower students now and for the future. Construction at James Clemens High School finalized in September 2012, establishing Madison’s second high school. The impressive structure has classrooms organized in academic pods of instruction, a commons space, performing arts auditorium and on-site athletic fields. Content leads build collaboration within each academic department. Pod leads manage phenomenal resources, like the student resource room, and promote engagement across the curriculum. Leads assist with school-level, embedded professional development for teachers. Bob Jones High School was named in “America’s Best High Schools” by two sources: Washington Post and US News & World Report. In 2012, 121 seniors earned ACT scores of 30 or higher. Students can choose among 28 honors courses, distance learning and 24 advanced placement (AP) subjects. Forensic science teachers Belinda Sewell and Shari Baker incorporate real-life procedures, like fingerprinting; pathology; odontology; tire, shoe and bite impressions; and blood spatter. On campus, Bob Jones students place chicken parts in a simulated ‘body farm’ to track decomposition, time of death and 29


post-mortem interval. At Discovery Middle School, Patty Collier’s English students annually attend the Alabama Shakespeare Festival (ASF) in Montgomery, but in 2012 the troupe brought A Midsummer Night’s Dream to Madison. About 260 Discovery students attended in Zompa Auditorium at Bob Jones. “Our students were spellbound. Some students had never attended a play,” Collier said. ASF then conducted two workshops for 80 Bob Jones students. “These educational opportunities our students receive make Madison City Schools the best.” Liberty Middle School first received the prestigious National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence award in 2002, then again in 2012 as one of only five Alabama schools. Liberty was recognized for academic achievement, as measured by state and national testing. Organized in 2010, Liberty’s underwater robotics teams earned Top-Ten ranking at Sea Perch National Robotics Challenge in Manassas, Virginia. “Students built their robot using PVC pipe and parts “ for an obstacle course under five feet of water and simulated deep-water salvage operation, coach Nathan Pahman said. At Columbia Elementary School, Bilal Sultan’s 30

artwork adapted the “Diversity Means ...” theme to win the national Award of Excellence with PTA Reflections (Bob Jones student James Eaton also won.). “America is diverse and home of many cultures,” Sultan said. Endorsing that outlook, Sultan’s classmates presented “’Epic Night Around the World.” The cultural fair raised awareness and celebrated the contrasts in customs. Parents and students volunteered time, food, artifacts, music and costumes. At Heritage Elementary School, Anthony Graham organized RUFF (Ready yoUrself For the Future) to empower boys in grades 4-6 to progress academically, raise self-esteem and meet role models. In 2012, 42 RUFF boys visited Washington, D.C. to tour museums and landmarks. At Arlington National Cemetery, the boys spontaneously shook hands with 30 World War II veterans in an Honor Flight from Florida. RUFF now is expanding to other campuses. For Space Week, Horizon Elementary School drew from NASA history, high-tech companies and parents’ aerospace careers. Students experienced scientific thought and experimentation, enrichment specialist Beth Bero said. Sixth-graders designed rocket capsules to return payloads of eggs to Earth. Huntsville Area Rocketry


Association launched rockets. Von Braun Astronomical Society’s solar telescope allowed students to see a flaring sunspot. Sixth-graders discussed navigation, longitude and latitude with geographic star wheels. Mill Creek Elementary School is the first North Alabama school to earn LEED certification (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) and one of only three Alabama public schools nominated for U.S. Department of Education’s Green Ribbon Schools Award. Another ecology-minded pursuit at Mill Creek epitomizes civic cooperation. Funded by a Lowe’s grant, the Giving Garden will grow pumpkins and produce to raise funds for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. “The Giving Garden connects STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) curriculum,” Principal Melanie Barkley said. Eagle Scouts Solomon Ortega and Noah Hudson constructed the raised beds. Madison Elementary School celebrated its 75th birthday in 2011 in the downtown historic district. Over the decades, the school has adapted to accommodate enrollment, as the faculty has advanced to 21st-century learning. For two consecutive years, Madison elementary earned “master school” status with Renaissance 31


Learning Inc. “This award has enhanced the culture of literacy,” Principal Dr. Timothy Scott said. “Best practices associated with Renaissance will continue for many years.” Rainbow Elementary School Principal Dorinda White initiated an enrichment series, yielding a win-win scenario for Rainbow teachers and students. During seven months, the same substitute teachers relieve faculty members for two-hour collaborative strategy sessions. Simultaneously, students engage in beyond-the-classroom experiences with visits by museum curators, perusing other cultures ... even a political ‘convention’ and presidential election. At West Madison Elementary School, Principal Dr. Daphne Jah and counselor Martha Sparks engage students in face-to-face discussions. Jah led 25 fifthand sixth-grade boys in studying The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens by Sean Covey. The boys started habits of prioritizing and optimism. In ‘power lunches,’ Sparks’ “Make a Difference” team discussed the how and why for school rules. “Understanding how policies work, students can find solutions,” Sparks said. Her “Friendship Lunch Bunch” group discussed bruised feelings and good rebounds.

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Superintendent sees schools always moving, teachers always learning BY GREGG PARKER In 1998, possibly Madison’s most significant milestone occurred with the founding of a separate city school district -- Madison City Schools. Superintendent Dr. Dee Fowler said the district evolved when “expectations of the City of Madison were not the same expectations of Madison County Schools. The difference in those expectations led to the birth of Madison City Schools.” Fowler has served as superintendent since January 2007. “Madison County Schools offered a very good education, but residents of Madison wanted to go to great,” Fowler said. “Financial barriers prevented Madison County from allowing Madison to assume

the expectations we wanted.” The district’s predominate goal is to meet the needs of every child, whether the graduate leaves Bob Jones or James Clemens high school prepared to enter the workforce, enroll in college or pursue military service. “Trying to meet the needs of every child individually separates us from other school districts,” Fowler said. James Clemens’ opening has led to a “redefinition of our secondary schools” with two high schools in Madison. Just as James Clemens’ population has pressures and new expectations, “the converse is true at Bob Jones with pressures and expectations in redefining itself,” Fowler said. Middle schools in Madison also transformed to relinquish ninth-graders to attend the high schools. “All secondary schools are finding new identities,” 35


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Fowler said. The district’s staff has been pleased with the start of the 2012-2013 school year. Plans and vision for the future are on track. Just like the City of Madison, growth must remain an attribute for Madison City Schools. “A major challenge is keep growth positive,” Fowler said. “We’ve seen unprecedented growth in recent years. Growth brings a wealth of diversity, which brings strength to the system as our young citizens learn to be our leaders for the years to come.” Madison teachers continuously learn, “always honing their skills. They work diligently in professional development to stay on the cutting edge. Professional development is not a ‘got-to’ chore but a ‘get-to’ opportunity to learn,” Fowler said. Moving forward is key. “There’s no such thing as staying the same; you go backwards. Our room for improvement is to individualize learning. We’re working very hard in that direction,” he said. A one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t work. “We tailor instruction for each child,” Fowler said. “Teachers are working diligently with tiered learning in an effort to personalize education.”

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The right location, attitude and job — Madison has it

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BY GREGG PARKER Located in Madison County, Alabama, the City of Madison is situated about halfway between Birmingham, Alabama at 90 miles to the south 40

and Nashville, Tennessee, 105 miles northward. Madison’s sister city of Huntsville is about 10 miles to the east. Madison offers convenient proximity to Huntsville International Airport and Redstone Arsenal.


Madison’s growth has spread business expansion in all directions around the city. The County Line Road corridor, home to the city’s new James Clemens High School, has retail centers and certain growth with the opening on a new I-565 exit. Downtown Madison preserves the town’s historical feel with quaint shops and restaurants. The U. S. 72 corridor is home to Madison Hospital, Shoppes of Madison with Target and auxiliary offices and stores and has witnessed unprecedented development in recent years. The 1-565/Madison Boulevard area has retail centers, hotels, distribution centers and restaurants. Other prospering areas are midtown, Old Madison Pike, office research and industrial areas and the western perimeter adjoining

neighboring Limestone County. In June 2009, CNN Money Magazine named Madison in its top “50 Best Places to Live”. In August 2009, US News & World Report honored Madison among the “Top 10 Best Places to Grow Up.” “Madison’s labor force draws on a highly educated population with 96.1 percent of adults with at least a high school diploma and 57.2 percent have bachelor’s degrees or

In June 2009, CNN Money Magazine named Madison in its top “50 Best Places to Live”.

List of madison school campuses James Clemens High School — Enrollment 1096, grades 9-12, 11306 County Line Road Principal Dr. Brian Clayton, 256.216.5313, jchs.madisoncity.k12. al.us Bob Jones High School — Enrollment 2,100, grades 9-12, 650 Hughes Road Principal Robby Parker, 256.772.2547, bjhs.madisoncity.k12.al.us Discovery Middle School — Enrollment 722, grades 7-8, 1304 Hughes Road Principal Dr. Robbie Smith, 256.837.3735, dms.madisoncity.k12. al.us Liberty Middle School — Enrollment 793, grades 7-8, 281 Dock Murphy Drive Principal Nelson Brown, 256.430.0001, lms.madisoncity.k12. al.us Columbia Elementary School — Enrollment 833, grades 1-6, 667 Balch Road Principal Mark McCrory, 256.430.2751, ces.madisoncity.k12. al.us

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higher levels of college education,” Amy Bell said. Bell is Director of Community Development and Planning for the City of Madison. The population of Madison is 42,938, while Madison County has 334,811 residents (2010 census). At $85,945, the median household income in Madison is more than double the state average of $42,081. The largest employer in Madison is Intergraph Corporation, a longtime resident of the 1-565/Madison Boulevard corridor. The software firm develops solutions for geographic, plant design, defense and federal agency needs. In October 2012, Intergraph broke ground on its existing campus for new five-story headquarters valued at $58 million. Other high-tech companies

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in Madison include Pikewerks, Griffon Aerospace, Cabinet NG, Nextek, Ryco, GeoCue Corporation, Origin Technologies and Freedom Information Systems. Additional, top-producing companies are Tyonek Native Corporation, CDI Electronics, SEA Wireless & Cable, Accurate Machine & Tool Corporation, Excellance Inc., Label-Aid Systems, Victory Sweepers Inc., Innovative Plastics, SK Fiber Golf, StaticX Motorsports, Advanced Federal Systems, FMI Medical, STI Electronics, Avnet Electronics and LifeCourse Capital. “In 2008, the regional civilian labor force was 385,903 with an unemployment rate of 4.4 percent,” Bell said. (For updated rates, visit www2.dir.state.al.us.). For more information, visit the City of Madison’s website at madisonal. gov.

Heritage Elementary School — Enrollment 653, grades 1-6, 11775 County Line Road Principal Dr. Lydia Davenport, 256.772.2075, hrtg.madisoncity.k12. al.us Horizon Elementary School — Enrollment 546, grades pre-K - 6, 7855 Old Madison Pike Principal Rodney Richardson, 256.464.3614, hrzn.madisoncity.k12. al.us Mill Creek Elementary School — Enrollment 933, grades pre-K - 6, 847 Mill Road Principal Melanie Barkley, 256.774.4690, mces.madisoncity. k12.al.us Madison Elementary School — Enrollment 550, grades K-6, 17 College Street Principal Dr. Timothy Scott, 256.772.9255, mes.madisoncity.k12. al.us Rainbow Elementary School — Enrollment 725, grades 1-6, 50 Nance Road Principal Dorinda White, 256.824.8106, madisoncity.k12.al.us West Madison Elementary School — Enrollment 360, grades 1-6, 4976 Wall Triana Principal Dr. Daphne Jah, 256.837.1189, wmes.madisoncity. k12.al.us


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1Fit Fitness Center 12060 County Line Madison, AL 35758 (256) 425-3166

Ability Plus, Inc. 1040 Research Blvd. Madison, AL 35758 (256) 489-4696

32* A Yogurt Bar 7690 Hwy 72 West Madison, AL 35758 (205) 252-7474

Action Builders, Inc 109 Avian Court Madison, AL 35758 (256) 316-1438

4Site Inc. 7500 S Memorial Pkwy Huntsville, AL 35802 (256) 539-1221

Ad 4! Group 25615 Gray Stone Madison, AL 35756 (256) 426-2718

A Storage Place-Castle Dr 105 Castle Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 721-9955

AdvoCare 15805 Estate Drive Athens, AL 35613 (256) 777-6311

A Storage PlaceWestchester Dr 114 Westchester Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 464-9955

AFLAC-Gregory Fry 1912 Morningside Drive Hartselle, AL 35640 (615) 574-3880

A Touch of Class 114 Bibb Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 658-3957 A.G.D. Insurance LLC 2603 Newby Road SW Huntsville, AL 35805 (256) 382-1390 Abby Glenn~A Quiet Cove Apts & Suites 180 West Dublin Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 461-1600 ABC Cleaning & Restoration Post Office Box 951 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 628-0345

Agility Defense & Government Services, Inc. 480 Production Avenue Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-7743 Air Essentials, Inc. 9580 Madison Blvd Suite 3 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 217-2273 Alabama Credit Union 1415 Paramount Drive Huntsville, AL 35806 (256) 713-1102 Alabama Sleep Clinic/Dr. Hunter Hearn 12205 County Line Road Suite C Madison, AL 35758 (256) 325-9919

Alabama Stitchin’ Post 1871 Slaughter Road Suite E Madison, AL 35758 (256) 722-9775 Alabama Telco Credit Union 8566 Madison Blvd. Madison, AL 35758 (256) 533-5076

American Family Care 7559 Hwy 72 West Madison, AL 35758 (205) 421-2144 Apple Lane Farms 8580 Madison Blvd. Unit H Madison, AL 35758 (256) 774-8181

Alan Vaughn, CPA 38098 Sullivan Street Madison, AL 35758 (256) 461-9181

Armstrong Relocation Co. Hsv,LLC 2775 E Wall Triana Hwy. Huntsville, AL 35824 (256) 772-6664

Alexander’s Martial Arts 51 Nance Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 837-8624

Arthur Orr Post Office Box 305 Decatur, AL 35805 (256) 345-3861

All Seasons One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning 1209 Posey Street Huntsville, AL 35816 (256) 539-2167

Artistic Cakes by Tiffany Bakery & Deli 4155 Sullivan Street Madison, AL 35758 (256) 325-8308

Allied Photocopy Post Office Box 71 Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 539-2973 Allstate-The Lankford/ Battle Agency, Inc. 7771 Hwy. 72 W Suite A Madison, AL 35758 (256) 890-0070 Alternative/Progressive Family Medicine Associates 1230 Slaughter Road Suite C Madison, AL 35758 (256) 722-0555

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Asbury United Methodist Church 980 Hughes Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 837-0365 AT&T 308 Clinton Avenue, W Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 532-8055 A-Z Office Resource 113 Jetplex Circle Suite A-1 Madison, AL 35758 256-461-8888 X 51302

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B&G Equipment & Supply 15040 AL Highway 20 Madison, AL 35201 (256) 970-1466

Belk-Madison Mall #606 5901 University Dr. Huntsville, AL 35805 (256) 722-2400

Bailey Chiropractic 4072 Sullivan Street Madison, AL 35758 (256) 464-9067

Benders Gym 97 Hughes Road Suite K Madison, AL 35758 (256) 325-9997

BancorpSouth 41 Hughes Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-4909 Bank Independent 101 S. Clinton Street Athens, AL 35611 (256) 232-1776 Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon, Inc. 200 Clinton Avenue Suite 800 Huntsville, AL 35801 256-533-1561 Barrett Insurance and Associates 126 Cheekwood Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 325-7775 Bath Fitters 1398 B Jordan Road Huntsville, AL 35811 (256) 713-3100 Baymont Inn and Suites 122 Cleghorn Blvd Madison, AL 35758 (256) 258-0800 BB&T-Hwy 72 8441 Hwy 72 W Madison, AL 35758 (256) 551-4780 BB&T-Madison Blvd. 8857 Madison Blvd. Madison, AL 35758 (256) 774-7520

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Benefits, LLC Post Office Box 2501 Huntsville, AL 35804 (256) 533-4800 Berney Office Solutions 306 Wynn Drive Huntsville, AL 35805 (256) 883-8700 x8804 Best Friends Animal Hospital 34 Hughes Road Suite E Madison, AL 35758 (256) 464-5030 BEST WESTERN PLUS Madison-Hsv Hotel 9035 Madison Blvd. Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-7170 Better Business Bureau 210-A Exchange Place Huntsville, AL 35806 (256) 533-1694 Bev-Ann Herriges Bikram Hot Yoga 8331 Madison Blvd. Madison, AL 35758 (713) 206-1990 Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama 495 Wynn Drive Huntsville, AL 35805 (256) 726-9100

Blue Pants Brewery 500 Lanier Road Building 1 Suite A Madison, AL 35758 (256) 698-5110

Brock’s Jewelers 8760 Madison Blvd. Suite S Madison, AL 35758 (256) 464-6610

Blue Safari Marketing 11590 Hwy 231 431 N Meridianville, AL 36759 (256) 829-8762

Brown and Meers Homes 7595 Hwy 72 West Madison, AL 35758 (256) 837-6229

Blue Sky Enterprises, LLC 8760 Madison Blvd. Suite J Madison, AL 35758 (256) 464-6450

Brueggers Enterprises Incorporated 347 Hughes Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 258-0880

Boresha Skinny Science Coffee 27486 Jaunita Drive Athens, AL 35613 (256) 665-4122

Bryant Bank 415-H Church Street Suite 100 Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 535-1049

Bradford Health Services 1600 Browns Ferry Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 461-7272

Buffalo Rock 6215 Old Madison Pike Huntsville, AL 35806 (256) 837-3531

Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP 200 Clinton Avenue Suite 900 Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 517-5100

Butcher Drafting Service, LLC 461 Capshaw Road Suite I Madison, AL 35757 (256) 890-8795

Brazelton Properties, Inc. 2021 Clinton Avenue Suite C Huntsville, AL 35805 (256) 539-6411

Byrd’s Automotive Inc. 11624A Highway 231-431 North Meridianville, AL 35759 (256) 828-1985 C.H.A.M.P. Performance Training , 24/7 Gym 7425 Hwy 72 W Madison, AL 35758 (256) 394-3313

Breland Homes, LLC 2101 W Clinton Avenue Suite 201 Huntsville, AL 35805 (256) 713-3636 Brian C.T Jones Post Office Box 415 Athens, AL 35612 (256) 233-6416

Cadence Bank 4004 Lawsons Ridge NW Huntsville, AL 35757 (256) 382-0105


Cinglenet 97 Hughes Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-1737

Continental Roofing 1002 Oster Drive Huntsville, AL 35816 (256) 325-3572

CrossFit Impulse 115 B Castle Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 361-9348

Calhoun Community College Post Office Box 2216 Decatur, AL 0 (256) 306-2500

CINTAS Corporation 15201 AL Hwy 20 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 355-6431

Cook’s Pest Control 143 West Dublin Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-2440

CrossPointe Church 719 Hughes Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-4463

Clem Tire Company 7907 Hwy 72 Madison, AL 35758 (568) 379-1551

Cornerstone Pediatrics, P.C. 701 Will Halsey Way Madison, AL 35758 (256) 461-7440

CruiseOne 25 Hope Street Huntsville, AL 35806 (256) 722-2764

Capstone Realty-Diane Hasley 7 Towne Center Drive Suite 303 Huntsville, AL 35806 (256) 382-7300 Catisfaction Cat Clinic 9290 Madison Blvd. Suite E Madison, AL 35758 (256) 319-7341

Clinic for Women, PA 910 Adams Street Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 533-7420 Coleman American Allied 193 Slaughter Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 837-2811

Cost Cutters Family Hair Salon Post Office Box 698 Hazel Green, AL 35750 (256) 864-2784

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Cadence Bank/Sullivan St 3751 Sullivan Street Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-0480

Crunkleton and Associates 201 Williams Avenue Suite 200 Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 536-8809

Crye-Leike Realtors-Rod Costco Wholesale Weaver 1205 N Memorial Parkway 1591 Hughes Road Huntsville, AL 35801 Suite G CB&S Bank Madison, AL 35758 8018 Hwy 72 W Colonial Grand at Madison (256) 519-2223 (256) 258-0930 Madison, AL 35758 2300 Colonial Lake Drive Country Financial (256) 705-1960 Madison, AL 35758 2515 B Memorial Pkwy Daisy Lane Gifts, LLC (256) 461-0906 SW 11156 County Line Road Charleston Oaks Huntsville, AL 35801 Suite A Apartments Complete Dental Madison, AL 35756 222 Kyser Blvd 12 West Dublin Drive. #202 (256) 534-3541 (256) 325-2704 Madison, AL 35758 Madison, AL 35758 Country Hearth Inn (256) 464-9555 (256) 774-7228 8716 Madison Blvd. Dance Company, The 19 Hughes Road Madison, AL 35758 Christian Brothers Complete Nutrition Madison, AL 35758 (256) 258-3800 Automotive 8135 Hwy 72 West (256) 461-8759 7264 Hwy 72 West Madison, AL 35758 Country Inn & Suites Madison, AL 35758 (256) 319-0904 Decatur Transit-dba Hertz 101 Westchester Drive (256) 721-4704 Car RentaL Connections Presbyterian Madison, AL 35758 9091 Madison Blvd (256) 325-0007 Christina Smith - State Farm Church Madison, AL 35758 4717 University Drive 110 Eagle Trail 256-772-7166 Crestwood Medical Suite 112 Huntsville, AL 35824 Center Huntsville, AL 35816 (256) 489-5476 Decatur Transit-dba One Hospital Drive (256) 270-9898 Madison Blvd. Mini Huntsville, AL 35801 Continental Coffee, LLC Storage (256) 429-4561 Cinemagic Drive in Theatre 7663 Hwy 72W Suite A 9091 Madison Blvd 1702 S. Jefferson Madison, AL 35758 Madison, AL 35758 Athens, AL 35611 (256) 325-2442 256-772-7166 (256) 233-0312

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Dental Elements 8141 Hwy 72 W, Suite G Madison, AL 35758 (256) 895-7336 Design World Inc 8059 Hwy 72 West Madison, AL 35758 (256) 722-0086 Designers Closet LLC 11156 County Line Road, Suite H Madison, AL 35756 (256) 325-3585 Dietrich Rentals LLC 165-F Chestnut Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 325-7368 Domino’s Pizza 437 Hughes Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-9000 Don Palmer (256) 656-5980 Donatos Pizza 8000 Madison Blvd. Suite 106-D Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-6789 Downtown Rescue Mission-Madison 8006 Old Madison Pike Suite 10 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 536-2441 Dr. James E. Hatcher 581 Hughes Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-0041 Dr. James Lewis DMD 577 Hughes Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 461-8607

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Everest Medical Equipment and Scrubs 3810 Sullivan Starlington Place Suite N&O Madison, AL 35758 (256) 371-2200

DreamMaker Entertainment 650 Sun Temple Drive Suite 102 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 325-5640

Edward Jones: John Butterfield, AAMS (R) 3809 Sullivan Street Suite 6 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 774-3046

Dublin Village Apartments 106 W Dublin Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-0220

Edward Jones-Noble Harber 44 Hughes Road Suite 1000 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-7674

Excel Computer Services 3810 Sullivan St Suite H Madison, AL 35758 (256) 325-7001

Ehlinger & Associates, P.C. 3109 Ivey Avenue SW Huntsville, AL 35805 (256) 534-1900

Excellance, Inc. 453 Lanier Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-9321

El Olmeca Mexican Restaurant 7046 US Hwy 72 Suite B Madison, AL 35757 (256) 990-6462

Express Employment Professionals 5650 Sanderson Street Suite P Huntsville, AL 35805 (256) 721-5627

EmbroidMe of Madison 12090 County Line Road Suite B Madison, AL 35756 (256) 233-3505

Express Oil Change 3819 University Drive Huntsville, AL 35816 (256) 721-0077

Durable Designs, LLC 30030 US Hwy 72 W Madison, AL 35758 (256) 325-8217 Durham Orthodontics, LLC 7559 C Hwy 72 W Suite 105 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 325-0078 Eagle Collision Center 29943 Hwy 72 W Madison, AL 35756 (256) 325-5114 Eagle Rehab 44 Hughes Road Suite 1050 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 325-5400 Eagle’s Landing 162 Royal Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 325-1907 Eastview Family Dentistry 870 Slaughter Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 325-9393 EDO Japanese Restaurant 104 Intercom Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-0360

e-Mini Storage 29944 Hwy 72 W Madison, AL 35758 (256) 233-2282 Engineered Solutions 300 Research Blvd Madison, AL 35758 (256) 327-7208 Eva Bank 3810-J Sullivan Street Madison, AL 35758 (256) 258-1072 EVENT Magazine Post Office Box 14219 Huntsville, AL 35815 (256) 533-8078

Eye Care Associates 7880 Old Madison Pike Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-8711 F1 Solutions 220 Hidden Valley Way Madison, AL 35758 (256) 461-0040 Fantastic Plastic Entertainment, Inc. 500 Cleveland Avenue. NW Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 564-9854


Four Leaves Asian Restaurant 7044 University Drive Suite A Huntsville, AL 35806 (256) 429-9393

Greg Machen Photography 8006 Old Madison Pike Suite 6 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 461-0827

Farmers InsuranceKeith Graham Agency 30098 Andrea Lane Madison, AL 35756 (256) 325-1103

Four Points by Sheraton Huntsville 1000 Glen Hearn Blvd Huntsville, AL 35824 (256) 772-9661

Griffin Appraisals 105 Cabot Circle Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-0844

Financial Strategies Group, LLC 129 N Washington St Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 705-0300 First Commercial Bank 11 Hughes Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 288-2321 First Commercial Bank301 Washington Street 3rd Floor Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 551-3329

Fulin’s Asian Cuisine at Madison, AL 8141 Hwy 72 W Suite C Madison, AL 35758 (256) 721-7005 Fusion Nail & Spa 7046 A Hwy 72 W Huntsville, AL 35806 (256) 722-8096 Gentiva-Home Healthcare 905 A S. Clinton Street Athens, AL 35711 (256) 232-9180

Focus Radio Communications WTKI WEKI 2305 Holmes Avenue Huntsville, AL 35816 (256) 533-1450

Goga Studios 10971 County Line Rd Madison, AL 35758 (256) 325-3339

Foliage Design 1315 C Fletcher Street Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 534-3399

Good Samaritan Hospice of Madison 540 Hughes Road Suite 12 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-8018

Fountain, Parker, Harbarger & Associates 201 Washington Street Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 551-0060

Graham & Company 355 Quality Circle Suite E Huntsville, AL 35806 (256) 382-9010

Griffon Aerospace 106 Commerce Circle Madison, AL 35758 (256) 258-0035 Grogan Jewelers Bridgestreet Town Center Space 101 Huntsville, AL 3580 (256) 837-4808 Halsey Food Service 401 Lanier Road Madison, AL 35758 (800) 621-0240 Hampton Inn - Madison 9225 Madison Blvd Madison, AL 35758 (256) 464-8999 Harmony Landscape & Pond 224 Patricia Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 990-5787 HealthSource Madison 34 Hughes Road Suite C Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-2370 Heard Ary, LLC 307 Clinton Avenue W Suite 310 Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 535-0817

HEMSI Post Office Box 7108 Huntsville, AL 35807 (256) 518-2242

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Farmers Insurance-Sady Zayas Visser 7985 Hwy 72 W Suite 2 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 864-9411

Heritage Plantation Home Owners Association Hughes Properties 415 Church Street, Suite 101 Huntsville, AL 35758 (256) 509-7060 Hogan Family YMCA 130 Park Square Lane Madison, AL 35758 (256) 705-9622 Holiday Inn Express & Suites 8956 Madison Blvd Madison, AL 35758 (256) 258-3000 Holistic Medical Center of Alabama 12205 County Line Road, Suite E Madison, AL 35758 (256) 325-1648 Home Depot 4045 Lawsons Ridge Road Madison, AL 35757 (256) 837-6658 Hospice Advantage 3809 Sullivan Street Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-3144 How to Talk Dog 106 Rainbow Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 682-2053 Huntsville Ballet Company 800 Regal Drive Huntsville, AL 35811 (256) 539-0691

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Huntsville Hospital 101 Sivley Road Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 265-1000

Intergraph Corporation 19 Interpro Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 730-2000

Huntsville Medical Products 505 Production Avenue Madison, AL 35758 (256) 461-0900

Iveys Restaurant 101 Ivory Place Madison, AL 35758 (256) 461-8450

Huntsville Radio Service 2402 Clinton Avenue, W Huntsville, AL 35805 (256) 534-4232 Huntsville Times/ Madison Spirit 2317 S. Memorial Pkwy Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 532-4202 Huntsville-Madison Builders Association 2804 Bob Wallace Avenue Huntsville, AL 35805 (256) 536-2602 Huntsville-Madison County Chamber of Commerce 225 Church Street Huntsville, AL 35804 (256) 535-2000 Huntsville-Madison County Convention & Visitors Bureau 500 Church Street Huntsville, AL 35804 (256) 551-2230 IBERIABANK 53 Hughes Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 519-4370 Inmed Diagnostic Services 540 Hughes Road Suite 5 Madison, AL 35758 (803) 988-0082

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J.T. Ray Company 450 Production Avenue Madison, AL 35758 (256) 464-0010 Jackson Center 600 Genome Way Huntsville, AL 35806 (256) 327-7320 Jamie Cooper Television, Inc 217 Briarwood Circle Athens, AL 35613 (256) 603-4848 Jani-King of Huntsville 114 Arlington Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 971-3451 Jefferson’s Restaurant 7193 Hwy 72 W Madison, AL 35758 (256) 890-9464 Jerry Damson Honda Accura Nissan 2200 Bob Wallace Avenue Huntsville, AL 35805 (256) 533-4105 Jerry Jennings JetPlex Circle Business Park 1916 Harpeth River Drive Brentwood, TN 37027 (615) 370-1770

Jim Norton Architect 1871 Slaughter Road Suite J Madison, AL 35758 (256) 721-0199 Jimmy John’s 7690 Hwy 72 West Suite 102 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 864-9997 JTL Lawn Care 125 Electronics Blvd Suite H Huntsville, AL 35824 (256) 772-1788 Jump To It 411 Hughes Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 721-2221 Karen Sipps’ Thirty-One Gifts (256) 508-7480 Keller Williams Realty Madison - Karen Rice 1593 Hughes Road Suite A Madison, AL 35758 (256) 348-1527

La Quinta Inn & Suites 105 Westchester Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 258-2777 Lambert Record Center 3215 Robersons Road Florence, AL 35630 (256) 768-0640 Lambert Relocation 3215 Robersons Road Florence, AL 35630 (404) 695-7876 Landers McLarty Family of Dealers 6533 University Drive Huntsville, AL 35806 (256) 830-6450 Last Resort Guns, Inc 11156 County Line Road Madison, AL 35756 (256) 679-2865 LEAN Frog 7738 B Madison Blvd. Suite 206 Huntsville, AL 35806 (877) 799-5327

Lexingtons at Madison 117 Royal Drive Keller Williams-Hughes Rd- Madison, AL 35758 Madison (256) 461-7171 113 Hardin Oak Drive Madison, AL 35758 LifeSouth Community (256) 690-6877 Blood Centers Kemp’s Flooring 7079 University Drive W Huntsville, AL 35806 (256) 830-5969 KidVenture Services, Inc. 30098 Andrea Lane Madison, AL 35756 (256) 270-9990

8190 Madison Blvd. Madison, AL 35758 (256) 533-8259 Little Libby’s Catfish 234 Lime Quarry Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-0191 Lowes 7920 Hwy 72 W Madison, AL 35758 (256) 430-5778


M&M Enterprises, LLC 164 SageBrook Drive Madison, AL 35757 (256) 721-5600 Madison Academy 325 Slaughter Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 971-1620 Madison Animal Care Hospital 4044 S. Sullivan Street Madison, AL 35758 (256) 461-7575 Madison Arts Council Post Office Box 1929 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 617-8221 Madison Chapel Funeral Home 8521 Hwy 72 W Madison, AL 35758 (256) 895-9900 Madison County Record 14 Main Street, Suite C Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-6677 Madison Hospital 8375 Hwy 72 W Madison, AL 35758 (256) 265-2012 Madison Lawn Center 30515 Hwy 72 W Madison, AL 35756 (256) 233-7176 Madison Lion’s Club 121 Cork Alley Madison, AL 35758 (256) 325-4120

Madison Living Magazine 14 Main Street, Suite C Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-6677

Main Street Cafe 101 Main Street Madison, AL 35758 (256) 461-8096

Madison Pediatric Dentistry 7559 C Hwy 72 West Suite 108 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 890-4005

Mason, Bearden & Diehl 4100 Bob Wallace Avenue Huntsville, AL 35805 (256) 533-0806

Matt Curtis Real Estate, Inc. Madison Plumbing Service 8097 Madison Blvd. Suite 103 1060 Balch Road Madison, AL 35758 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 270-9393 (256) 895-0466 Madison Premier Preschool 1827 Slaughter Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 864-8450

Mattress King 8498 Madison Blvd. Suite E Madison, AL 35758 (256) 722-0252

Madison Public Library 130 Plaza Blvd Madison, AL 35758 (256) 461-0046

Maurice’s 8215 Hwy 72 W Suite 310 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 726-0091

Madison Station Antiques 110 Main Street Madison, AL 35758 (256) 653-1089 Madison Street Festival 110 Sanoma Drive Madison, AL 35758 (888) 228-5845

McCoy Vision Center 100 A Providence Main NW Huntsville, AL 35806 (256) 382-2700

Merrill Lynch 100 John Coffee Court Madison, AL 35757 Madison Valley Pediatrics, (256) 650-2406 P.C. 101 Westover Circle Metro Serve Suite A 12060 Countyline Road Madison, AL 35758 Suite K (256) 461-0209 Madison, AL 35756 (256) 998-2006 Mailings, Coupons, & More, Inc. Michael W. Hodge 3307 Bob Wallace Avenue 111 Rosehaven Circle Suite 1 Madison, AL 35758 Huntsville, AL 35805 (256) 520-9999 (256) 539-6761

MindGear Labs 8331 Madison Blvd. Suite 200B Madison, AL 35758 (256)617-1718

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Lynda Hall, Madison County Tax Collector 100 North Side Square Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 532-3350

Minuteman Press 2230 Sparkman Drive NW Suite 400 Huntsville, AL 35810 (256) 859-6161 Mitchell Industrial Contractors 188 Westchester Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-5554 Mobile Impressions, LLC 29944 Hwy 72 W Suite C Madison, AL 35756 (256) 771-5962 Monaco Pictures 370 The Bridge Street NW Huntsville, AL 35806 (256) 327-8340 Morse Communications 1636 McKee Road Toney, AL 35773 (256) 425-1564 Mortgage America, Inc. 2315 Market Place Suite A Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 551-0797 MR 21 Solutions, LLC (256) 595-5198 Mullins Special Occasions 1021 Meridian Street Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 534-5701

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My Old San Juan Restaurant 8760 Madison Blvd. Suite L Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-3490 NAMOS, LLC 303 Production Avenue Madison, AL 35758 (256) 461-6927 National Bank of Commerce 203 Greene Street Suite B Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 564-7600 Nesin Therapy Services, PC 540 Hughes Road #8 Madison, Al 35758 (256) 461-9654 Networx of Huntsville 4900 University Drive #28 Huntsville, AL 35816 (256) 535-0857 NeuroVizion 200 Lime Quarry Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 705-1920 Nitro Green/Pittman Enterprises Inc. 7762 Wall Triana Hwy Unit 22 Harvest, AL 35749 (256) 562-1116 Noble Passage Interiors, Inc. 204 Main Street Madison, AL 35758 (256) 325-1919 Non-Slip Solutions, LLC 4095 Lawsons Ridge Drive #1204 Madison, AL 35757 (256) 325-4025

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North Alabama African American Chamber of Commerce 225 Spraggins Street Suite E Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 564-7574 North Alabama Chemical Post Office Box 521 Decatur, AL 35602 (256) 355-3578 North Alabama Family Medicine , LLC 101 Westover Cr Suite B Madison, AL 35758 (256) 325-3000 North Alabama Gas Post Office Drawer 1428 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-0227 OB/GYN Associates, PA 460 Lanier Road Suite 206 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 704-2229 Open Gate Homes LLC Post Office Box 643 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 694-0103 Painting Solutions Plus 10110 Shades Road Huntsville, AL 35803 (256) 755-7691 Panera Bread, LLC 8179 Hwy 72 W Madison, AL 35758 (205) 718-3383 Papa Murphy’s Pizza 7830 Hwy 72 W Suite 210 Madison, AL 35758 (404) 253-6341

Paradise Pet Resort & Spa, LLC 219 Briarwood Cr Athens, AL 35613 (256) 772-1197 Patrea H. Bonaker Post Office Box 4707 Huntsville, AL 35815 (256) 533-9644 Peck-Glasgow Agency, Inc. 8121 Madison Blvd. Suite 101-B Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-9704 Peggie Hulebak Rowell, P.C. Attorney at Law 3809 Sullivan Street Suite 3 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 464-6799 Pet Depot Express 511 Wilhite Street Florence, AL 35630 (256) 895-9260 Pittner Services 8697 A Madison Blvd. Madison, AL 35758 (256) 258-0421 Platinum Mortgage, Inc. 103 B Spenryn Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 461-8677 PNC Bank 7930 Hwy 72 W Madison, AL 35758 (256) 722-3078 Point Mallard Park Post Office Box 488 Decatur, AL 35602 (256) 341-4903

Premier Bank 8803 Madison Blvd. Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-7899 Primrose School of Madison 124 Plaza Blvd. Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-2029 Professional Sign Solutions 117 Jetplex Circle Madison, AL 35758 (256) 585-5114 Progress Bank 8337 US Hwy 72 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 319-4907 Prosperity Enterprises (256) 797-8968 Pure Barre-Madison 14 Main Street Suite 4 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 684-5549 Putman Construction & Realty Co., Inc. 641 Wynn Drive Suite 101 Huntsville, AL 35816 (256) 830-5999 Radisson-Huntsville Airport 8721 Madison Blvd. Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-8855 Redstone Federal Credit Union 220 Wynn Drive Huntsville, AL 35893 (256) 772-3504


Redstone Federal Credit Union - Lawson Ridge RD/Hwy 72 4005 Lawson Ridge Road Hwy 72 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 327-1825 Redstone Federal Credit Union - Sullivan Rd 3752 Sullivan Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-7346 Redstone Recognitions, Inc. 5650 Sanderson Street Suite L Huntsville, AL 35805 (256) 489-1745 Regions Bank-Hwy 72 7990 Hwy 72 W Madison, AL 35758 (256) 721-4587

Reseda Nursery 29877 Hwy 72 W Madison, AL 35756 (256) 232-4887

Rotary Club of Madison Post Office Box 856 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 971-2776

Rise Real Estate Madison Office 230 C Hughes Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-8000

Russ Russell Commercial Real Estate 923-C Merchants Walk Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 536-7777

Rock Bottom Carpets 7143-E Hwy 72 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 715-8678

Ruth’s Chris Steak House 800 Monroe Street @ Embassy Suites Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 327-7890

Rocket City H.R. Post Office Box 754 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 656-1216 Rocket City Pets 45 Meeting Street Huntsville, AL 35806 (703) 508-8857 Rocket City Sitters Post Office Box 2081 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 272-1727

Regions Bank-Madison Blvd. PO Box 680 Huntsville, AL 35804 (256) 772-4282

Rocket City United 2611 Artie Street, Suite 3 Rocket City Soccer Foundation, 501c3 Huntsville, AL 35805 (256) 263-4259

Regions Mortgage 351 Hughes Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-4944

Rocket City Soccer Foundation, 501c3 Huntsville, AL 35805 (256) 263-4259

Reliance Bank 12050 County Line Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 233-5847

Rooter Man 7142 Wall Triana Hwy Madison, AL 35758 (256) 837-3650

Renasant Bank 7600 Hwy 72 W Madison, AL 35758 (256) 716-4607

Rosenblum Realty 2314 Memorial Pkwy. Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 539-9501

Sady’s Bistro 14 Main Street Suite B Madison, AL 35758 (256) 429-8230 Sakura Japanese Steakhouse 12090 County Line Road Suite P Madison, AL 35758 (256) 233-6955 Schwan Food Company 15081 AL Hwy 20 Madison, AL 35756 (256) 301-3160 Sci-Quest Hands On Science Center 102-D Wynn Drive Huntsville, AL 35805 (256) 837-0606 SEL & Associates 1032 Cabot Circle Suite 201 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 325-9809 Senator Thomas W. Butler

Serenity Nail Spa 8141 Hwy 72 W Suite 4 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 726-6886

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Redstone Federal Credit Union - County Line Rd 12157 County Line Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 327-1500

ServisFirst Bank 1267 Enterprise Way Suite A Huntsville, AL 35806 (256) 722-7841 ServPro of Central Huntsville 3101 Fresh Way Huntsville, AL 35804 (256) 533-5335 Sherman International 250 Palmer Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-7490 Shoe Fly 8213 Hwy 72 West Suite B Madison, AL 35758 (256) 864-9490 Sign - A - Rama 8498 Madison Blvd. Suite C Madison, AL 35758 (256) 881-5080 Signalink,Inc. 130 Tidewater Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 715-6744 Small Business Solutions 1001 Monroe Street Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 337-5200 SmashBurger 8135 Hwy 72 W Suite C Madison, AL 35758 (205) 910-7837

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SOUTHBank 8848 Madison Blvd Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-0600

Still Serving Veterans 224 Spragins Street NW Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 883-7035

Target Automotive 102 Gin Oaks CT Madison, AL 35758 (256) 464-0700

Thomas Pit BBQ 7929 Hwy 72 W Madison, AL 35758 (256) 259-3838

Spartan Stone 37 B Hughes Rd Madison, AL 35758 (256) 248-1991

Studio 180 Fitness 1593 Hughes Rd Madison, AL 35758 (256) 325-9642

Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe 4855 Whitesburg Drive Huntsville, AL 35802 (205) 243-1795

Tommy Pruett Real Estate, Inc. 102 Elanor Avenue Harvest, AL 35749 (256) 722-9333

Spectrum Services PC 8103 Hwy 72 West Suite E Madison, AL 35758 (256) 895-0008

Sun Drop Bottling Co. 29599 Old Hwy 20 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-8596

Tea With Thee 181-6 Hughes Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 656-3776

Tommy Ragland 100 Northside Square Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 532-3330

Tenders 101 Intercom Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 551-0700

Top Line Tires Post Office Box 18276 Huntsville, AL 35804 (256) 772-7130

The Brook Church 8573 Hwy 72 West Madison, AL 35758 (256) 837-6633

Toyota Manufacturing 1 Cottonvalley Way Huntsville, AL 35810

SpineCare 12205 County Line Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 461-7775 SportsMed Orthopaedic Surgery & Spine Cntr 44 Hughes Road Suite 1100 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 881-5151 St. John’s Catholic School 1057 Hughes Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 722-0772 State Farm -Wendy Burpee 8097 Madison Blvd. Suite 104 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 774-8118 State Farm-David Perkins 11156 County Line Road Suite D Madison, AL 35756 (256) 325-3080 State Farm-Tim Barron 151 Hughes Road Suite A Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-0136

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Sunbelt of North Alabama 3322 South Memorial Parkway Suite 532 Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 316-7555 Sunshine Filipino Grocery 7449 Hwy 72 W Suite E Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-7764 Suntiva 101 Tweed Drive Madison, AL 35758 (703) 462-8470 Supreme Beverage Co, Inc 2100-A Jackson Avenue Huntsville, AL 35804 (256) 534-1482 EX 15 Sweet CeCe’s 8 Parade Suite 103 Huntsville, AL 35806 (256) 585-3837 Synovus Mortgage Corporation 1333 Enterprise Way Huntsville, AL 35806 (256) 288-5131

The Howell Agency 12819 AL Hwy 231/431 N Suite E Hazel Green, AL 35750 (256) 828-0355 The Madison Record 14 Main Street, Suite C Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-6677 The Melting Pot of Huntsville, A Fondue Restaurant 40 The Bridge Street Town Centre Suite 202 Huntsville, AL 35806 (256) 327-8888 The Pill Method Trust Inc. 105 Southfork Drive Huntsville, AL 35811 (269) 470-5900

Trinity Performance Solutions 105 Lanthorn Circle Madison, AL 35758 (256) 829-8771 TurfMax Inc 106 Capital Circle Harvest, AL 35749 (256) 684-7553 Turner Beverage Company 1935 Max Luther Drive Huntsville, AL 35804 (256) 852-2183 Tutor Doctor Post Office Box 6653 Huntsville, AL 35813 (256) 539-4200 Twickenham Builders, LLC 401 Carter Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 655-7423


Tyonek Manufacturing Group, Inc. 229 Palmer Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 258-6200 Union Chapel Christian Academy 315 B Winchester Road Huntsville, AL 35811 (256) 489-4728 Uniquely Water Post Office Box 212 Guntersville, AL 35976 (256) 541-7981 UPS Store #2988 8000 Madison Blvd Suite D102 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 464-3700 UPS Store #5217 12060 County Line Road Suite J Madison, AL 35758 (256) 232-3474 US Space & Rocket Center 1 Tranquility Base Huntsville, AL 35805 (256) 721-7124 Usana Health Sciences 167 Joe Phillips Road Madison, AL 35758 (256) 885-2450 Valley Conservatory Post Office Box 11635 Huntsville, AL 35814 (256) 534-3131

Valpak of North Alabama 12060 County Line Road Suite J-281 Madison, AL 35756 (256) 690-1586 Value Place Madison Alabama 120 Brazelton Circle Madison, AL 35758 (256) 325-6300 Verizon Wireless GA/AL Region 400 Riverhills Business Park Suite 445 Birmingham, AL 35242 (205) 909-2336

Westin Huntsville,The 6800 Governors West NW Huntsville, AL 35806 (256) 428-5402 Whatley Endodontics 7559 Hwy 72 Suite 102 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 724-3120 Which Wich Superior Sandwiches 8141 Hwy 72 W Suite D Madison, AL 35758 (615) 260-5482

Visiting Angels 8531 Hwy 72 W Madison, AL 35758 (256) 837-1137

White Glove Cleaning Services 6983 Wall Triana Hwy. Suite W Madison, AL 35758 (256) 837-2589

Vulcan Termite & Pest Control, Inc 115 Commerce Drive Pelham, AL 35124 (205) 663-4200

White, Fleming & Co. CPA 801 Clinton Avenue E Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 533-7610

Walgreens 12010 County Line Road Madison, AL 35756 (256) 230-6345 Walgreens 7813 Hwy. 72 W. Madison, AL 35758 (256) 895-9326 Walmart - Madison Blvd. 8650 Madison Blvd. Madison, AL 35758 (256) 461-7403 Wells Fargo-Madison Blvd 9904 Madison Blvd. Madison, AL 35758 (256) 551-5196

WIN Home InspectionCorporate Office 9238 Madison Blvd. Suite 750 Madison, AL 35758 (800) 309-6753 Windscape Apartments 125 Royal Drive Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-7030

Women’s Business Center of North Alabama Post Office Box 408 Huntsville, AL 35804 (256) 535-2038

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Twiggie’s Boutique 334 Maury Lane Florence, AL 35634 (256) 335-2213

Woodland Homes of Huntsville 7545 A Hwy 72 W Madison, AL 35758 (256) 837-0999 Woody Anderson Ford 2500 Jordan Lane Huntsville, AL 35816 (256) 539-9441 WRSA-FM 8402 South Memorial Parkway Huntsville, AL 35802 (256) 885-9797 Xtreme Nutrition and Smoothies 97 Hughes Road Suite G Madison, AL 35758 (256) 772-0661 Yellow Book Southern Directory 4835 University Square Suite 9 Huntsville, AL 35816 (615) 720-2667 YMCA-Heart of the Valley 120 Holmes Avenue Suite 405 Huntsville, AL 35801 (256) 428-9622

Wolde Flooring, LLC 8097 Madison Blvd. Suite 105 Madison, AL 35758 (256) 325-8453

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