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Membership Directory & Buyers Guide of the Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber of Commerce

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staff Editor & Creative Director Roman Stone

Design/Layout Meredith Purcell

Writer Margaret LeFevre

Contributing Writers Chamber of Commerce Laura Clemons Melahn Finley Karen Lykins Rebecca Smith State of Tennessee

Contributing Photographers

On the cover COme on up! Discover why the Highlands are A Great Place to Live + P. 4

Inside the sourcebook Cummins Falls + P. 12 The Highlands’ Great Outdoors + P. 14 Small Town, Big Culture + P. 16 Want Fun? We’ve Got It! + P. 20 Paying Attention to Your Health + P. 22 Education + P. 26 Business + P. 66 Preparing Our Workforce for the 21st Century + P. 74 A Higher Level of Competition + P. 80 Downtowns + P. 84 The Chamber + P. 92

ATC Automation Averitt Express Ron Baker Molly Brown Dean Carothers City of Algood CrossFit Rick Larsen Tom Lee John Lucas Lisa Malone Paul Meacham Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Upper Cumberland Tourism Association WDStone & Associates

Data Henry Bowman Chamber of Commerce Herald-Citizen UC Daily News Upper Cumberland Development District

Sales Suzanne Bussell Whitehead

Accounting Adrienne Stone

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Membership listing + p. 33 Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber of Commerce members listed alphabetically. by category listing + p. 53 Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber of Commerce members listed by business category. advertisers index + p. 96 Advertisers in Cookeville’s Sourcebook No. 18.

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Courthouse, Cookeville

Putnam County, Tennessee, includes the cities of Algood, Baxter, Cookeville, and Monterey and is an area rich in both history and leadership. Putnam County is in the heart of the Highlands. Our goal is to provide an informative resource to those interested in learning more about Putnam County and all the amenities we have to offer.

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KEY OFFICES Assessor of Property 931-528-8428

County Executive 931-526-2161

Highway Department 931-526-4864

Board of Education 931-526-9777

District Attorney 931-528-5015

Maintenance Department 931-526-7256

Circuit Court Clerk 931-528-1508

Election Commission 931-526-2566

Register of Deeds 931-526-7101

Clerk and Master 931-526-6321

Emergency Medical Services 931-528-1555

Sheriff’s Department 931-528-8484

County Attorney 931-372-9123

Fire Department 931-528-1200

Solid Waste Department 931-528-3884

County Court Clerk 931-526-7106

General Sessions Court 931-528-1508

County Trustee 931-526-8845


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There’s so much to love about Cookeville and Putnam County, whether you’ve lived here for years or are looking for a great place to spend a weekend, relocate your business, raise a family or retire. The largest micropolitan area in Tennessee and one of the top 40 micropolitan areas in the nation, Cookeville-Putnam County has the total package — rich culture, friendly people, breathtaking nature, a top-rated educational system, award-winning regional medical facilities and thriving commerce

— and we’re more than happy to share these treasures with all who join us, whether it’s for a little while or forever. Putnam County, the geographic hub of the 14-county Upper Cumberland region, is situated at the crossroads of Interstate 40 and State Highway 111 and is within a day’s drive of about 76 percent of the nation’s population. Our prime location makes us a regional center for employment, education, health care and recreational/cultural opportunities to 340,000 people.

Putnam County ranks 18th in dollars spent by visitors to Tennessee, and Cookeville, its county seat, is the site of one of the most frequented exits on I-40 in Tennessee. Visitors and residents enjoy our optimal weather, which features four distinct seasons, mild winters, warm summers and minimal snow. We have so much going for us that the rest of the nation is starting to take notice. The American Chamber of Commerce has rated us one of America’s most affordable communities; “The Rating Guide

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to Life in America’s Small Cities,” Rand McNally’s “Places Rated Retirement Guide” and Where to Retire magazine have named us one of the nation’s best retirement communities; and The Council for Community and Economic Research’s ACCRA Cost of Living Index recently rated Cookeville the sixth most affordable urban area out of 314 in the nation, noting that the cost of living here is 14 percent below the national average. In addition, we are proud to be an official Retire Tennessee certified community; an American Association of Retirement Communities Seal of Approval community; a national Main Street community; and a Tennessee Three-Star community. A Stone’s Throw from Nature Cookeville is a nature lover’s paradise. We’re located within a short drive of two city-owned lakes, numerous rivers and streams that traverse the community, and three U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lakes — including Dale Hollow, voted #4 Lake in the Nation to “Float Your Boat” by USA Today — plus state parks and natural areas that span more than 60,000 acres and include

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breathtaking waterfalls, hiking trails and stunning natural features. Those who wish to stay in town can enjoy Cookeville’s sprawling golf courses or its 10 well-tended parks, including Cane Creek Park, a 262-acre natural area that features a 56-acre lake, walking trails, paddleboats, picnic shelters, playgrounds and an 18-hole disc golf course. There’s also City Lake, a 35-acre natural park with a fishing pier, hiking trails and a waterfall overlook, and Dogwood Park in the center of town, which was recently expanded to include seven grassy acres, a stone splashing fountain and a concert shell where our symphony frequently performs. Culture Without Congestion You don’t have to go to the big city to experience the arts. Cookeville is one of the smallest cities in the U.S. with its own symphony orchestra, Tennessee Tech University’s Bryan Symphony Orchestra. Cookeville is also home to the world-famous TTU Tuba Ensemble, a frequent Carnegie Hall performer. The hills are alive with visual artists and fine crafters, thanks to

the Appalachian Center for Craft, a satellite campus of Tennessee Tech University that has served as a magnet for teachers and students of fine craft for more than three decades. Taking inspiration from the natural elements in the hills and hollers where many of them have hidden their studios, our artists create some truly wonderful pieces and display them regularly in a handful of local galleries and at the Craft Center. Those who like their arts played out onstage will enjoy year-round productions at the Cookeville Performing Arts Center, a 456-seat live performance theater, which produces the state, regional and national award-winning Backstage at CPAC series, an annual rotation of contemporary plays. In addition, CPAC is the home of Cookeville Children’s Theatre productions and a variety of other local events. Just What the Doctor Ordered Our state-of-theart hospital, Cookeville Regional Medical Center, quite literally adds to the quality of life here. A 247bed hospital with 200 physicians covering 40 medical and surgical specialties, CRMC has made

Cookeville the region’s go-to source for top-rated medical care. CRMC has been recognized nationally for excellence in many different categories. Healthgrades® named CRMC among the top 5 percent of more than 4,500 hospitals nationwide in 2013, earning Cookeville Regional the Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence™. Healthgrades® has also ranked Cookeville Regional among America’s 100 Best Hospitals in four specialties and No. 1 in Tennessee in five specialties. In another testament to our community’s commitment to making quality care available, Cookeville reportedly has more automated external defibrillators than any other community in the nation, thanks to our very active Mended Hearts organization. An A+ for Education An educational hub for the region, Cookeville is home to Tennessee Tech University, which has garnered international acclaim and is consistently ranked among the best universities in academics and value. TTU has ranked repeatedly among U.S. News & World Report’s


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Top Public Universities, and PrincetonReview.com has named TTU its “Best in the Southeast” for 2012. This is the ninth consecutive year The Princeton Review has recognized TTU in the rankings. Our area is also home to three statesupported vocational schools, and our public school system includes Cookeville High School — one of only 20 schools in Tennessee that has an International Baccalaureate® program — as well as two other high schools, five middle schools, 10 elementary schools, an alternative school and an adult high school. Our entire school district was recently 100-percent accredited by AdvancED, the parent organization of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools - Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACSCASI), and the ACT scores of Putnam County students are above the national average. A County That Means Business With its natural beauty, central location, affordable land, excellent access to interstate systems and low tax burden, Cookeville-Putnam County is a prime setting for business and

industry. Manufacturing serves as the region’s largest employment sector, followed by retail and health care. Agriculture and tourism are also leading industries. Our progressive leadership strives to nurture existing companies while attracting new businesses to the area. With that goal in mind, the city and county have partnered to develop the new, 304-acre Highlands Business Park, which offers premier land parcels off I-40 and will soon be linked to the interstate via a fifth interchange that will also connect the park to Highway 70W. Other advantages to locating a business here include a ready workforce, a regional airport, easy access to an international airport, and a competitive incentive package from local, state and federal programs. Here to Host A thriving community of more than 30,000, Cookeville-Putnam County has more than 100 dining establishments, 1,400 beds in our hotels, and more than 300 retail establishments. We typically serve from 350,000 to 400,000 people per

day, from travelers along I-40 and Highway 111 to shoppers coming in from surrounding counties. Our impressive roster of national chain stores gives our retail segment a small-town feel with big-city convenience. Our historic courthouse square and West Side districts together form a walkable downtown that offers unique shopping opportunities and quiet evening strolls. Shoppers will delight in boutiques that carry everything from name brands to fine crafts and rare antiques, and food lovers can enjoy a bountiful selection of eateries whose offerings range from gourmet to down-home. Four Ways to Find Out More To learn more about Cookeville and Putnam County, check out MustSeeCookeville. com, where you can peruse all of the area’s attractions online. We’ve included three days’ worth of sample itineraries to help you plan your trip, or you can set your own agenda by adding stops to an online “travel bag.” Other site features include an online form where you can submit questions about Cookeville to the Convention and Visitors Bureau, as well

as a downloadable “Must-See Cookeville Visitors Guide.” If you’re in the area, be sure to check out the Highlands Visitor Center, which houses interactive displays of local attractions, historical exhibits and a wall-sized map that highlights points of interest in the Upper Cumberland. Wall displays and floor panels relate information about outdoor recreation, cultural arts, historical attractions, museums, music, wineries, agritourism, special events, education, retail and golf. Open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. seven days a week, the center also offers restroom facilities and a refreshment area. You can also call us at 800-264-5541, or email info@cookevillechamber. com.

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City of Monterey

Algood was first settled in 1820 and was incorporated in 1901. Until rails reached the area around 1891, Algood was farmland — much of it owned by Joel Algood, and known as “Algood Oldfields.” The Nashville and Knoxville Railroad bought land from him for a depot and called it “Algood,” thus naming the community that grew up around the station.

Monterey was once the pioneer settlement “Standing Stone,” so named for a large boulder on the historic Walton Road nearby. After the railroad reached Standing Stone in 1893, officers and stockholders of the Cumberland Mountain Coal Company founded a new town and named it “Monterey,” which is Spanish for “mountain of the king.”

80 miles east of Nashville 100 miles west of Knoxville On Highways 111 and 42

92 miles east of Nashville 85 miles west of Knoxville On Interstate 40

3,495

2,850

1115’ above sea level

1875’ above sea level

4 square miles

6.9 square miles

Government

Mayor, (931) 537-9545 Five aldermen City administrator, (931) 537-6830 Ext. 224

Mayor, (931) 839-3770 Eight aldermen

Public Safety

Fire Dept.: (931) 537-6357 Police Dept.: (931) 537-6830

Fire Dept.: (931) 839-2323 Police Dept.: (931) 839-2323

Water: Town of Algood Water, Sewer and Sanitation Dept., (931) 537-9545 Electric: City of Cookeville, (931) 520-5213 Gas: City of Cookeville, (931) 520-5213

Water: City of Monterey, (931) 839-3339 Electric: Volunteer Energy Cooperative, (931) 839-2217 Gas: Middle Tennessee Natural Gas Utility District, (615) 597-4300

History county c l i m at e

Avg. Annual Temperature

57ºF

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January Avg.

52.9ºF high 37.9ºF low July Avg.

88.8ºF high 67.2ºF low

Population Elevation

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51”

Avg. Annual Snowfall

8”

Prevailing Winds

SE

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211 days

Avg. Relative Humidity

79% midnight 85% 6 a.m. 48% noon 62% 6 p.m.

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City of Cookeville

City of Baxter

Putnam County

Chosen for its springs and central spot, Cookeville was incorporated in 1856 as the county seat and named for Richard Fielding Cooke, a state senator. The Nashville and Knoxville Railroad (the Tennessee Central) ran through Cookeville in 1890. Construction of Highway 70 in the 1930s, Interstate 40 in the 1960s, and Highway 111 in the 1990s helped make the town a commercial center.

Baxter has borne various names. Before the railroad, a post office there was called “Ai,” a name borrowed from a biblical city of Canaanites. When the Nashville and Knoxville Railroad built a depot there, it was called “Mine Lick.” To avoid confusion, in 1902, the community, post office and depot were named “Baxter” in honor of Jere Baxter, president of the Tennessee Central.

Putnam County was created in 1842 from parts of White, Overton, Jackson and Fentress counties and was named in honor of General Israel Putnam of the Revolutionary War. In 1844, a court injunction charged that the county was improperly established. But in 1854, the county was reestablished by the court, and Cookeville was named the county seat.

79 miles east of Nashville 101 miles west of Knoxville At intersection of I-40 and Highway 111

69 miles east of Nashville 109 miles west of Knoxville On Interstate 40

30,435

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1031’ above sea level

22 square miles

1.5 square miles

408 square miles

Mayor, (931) 520-5241 Five-member city council City manager, (931) 520-5240

Mayor, (931) 858-4111 Four aldermen

County executive, (931) 526-2161 24-member commission

Fire Dept.: (931) 526-2121 Police Dept.: (931) 526-2125

Fire Dept.: (931) 858-2621 Police Dept.: (931) 858-4111

Volunteer Fire Dept.: (931) 528-1200 Sheriff’s Dept.: (931) 528-8484

Water: City of Cookeville, (931) 520-5213 Electric: City of Cookeville, (931) 520-5213 Gas: City of Cookeville, (931) 520-5213

Water: City of Baxter, (931) 858-4142 Electric: Upper Cumberland Electric Membership Corp., (931) 528-5449, and City of Cookeville, (931) 520-5213 Gas: City of Cookeville, (931) 520-5213, and Middle Tennessee Natural Gas Utility District, (615) 597-4300

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Frontier Communications, (931) 528-0709 Twin Lakes Telephone Cooperative Corporation, (931) 858-2151

Newspaper/ Publishers The Herald-Citizen (931) 526-9715

Transit

The Hilltop Express (931) 839-2949 Cumberland Business Journal (931) 528-8852

Radio

Highways Interstate 40, East/West State Highway 111

WATX-AM (1600)

U.S. 70

WBXE-FM (93.7)

State Highways 42, 135, 136 and 290

WGIC-FM (98.5) WGSQ-FM (94.7) WHRS-FM (91.7) WHUB-AM (1400) WJNU-FM (96.9) WKXD-FM (106.9) WLIV-FM (104.7) WLQK-FM (95.9) WPTN-AM (780) WTTU-FM (88.5) WWOG-FM (90.9)

Television WKRN (ABC) WTVF (CBS) WSMV (NBC)

Air Upper Cumberland Regional Airport, (931) 739-7000 Livingston Municipal Airport, (931) 823-1269

Bus The Cookeville Area Transportation System, (931) 372-8000

Rail The Nashville & Eastern Railroad (Putnam County) Caney Fork & Western Railroad (White County)

WZTV (FOX) WCTE-TV (PBS)

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cummins falls

Becomes Tennessee’s 54th State Park The scenic swimming hole reaps the benefits of preservation and protection. Cummins Falls, enjoyed

cummins falls

Address 390 Cummins Falls Lane Cookeville, TN 38501

for many decades as one of the Upper Cumberland’s “best-kept secrets,” joined the ranks of Tennessee’s greatest natural treasures when Gov. Bill Haslam dedicated it as the 54th addition to the Tennessee State Parks system in May 2012.

Located on the beautiful Blackburn Fork State Scenic River, this idyllic 211-acre Phone site in Jackson County is (931) 261-3471 home to Tennessee’s eighth largest waterfall at 75 feet high. Cummins Falls is formed on the Eastern Highland Rim and has been a favorite scenic spot and swimming hole for residents of Jackson and Putnam counties for more than 100 years. Cummins Falls also has been listed as one of the 10 best swimming holes in the United States by Travel and Leisure magazine. The addition of the new park at Cummins Falls was made possible through the leadership of Gov. Haslam, the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency and through the coordinating efforts and very generous support of the Tennessee Parks and Greenways Foundation. Other key partners include the Friends of Cummins Falls State Park, The Nature Conservancy’s Tennessee Chapter, the Cummins family, the State Lands Acquisition Fund and the Tennessee Department of Transportation. “I want to extend my congratulations to the citizens of both Jackson and Putnam counties who rallied in support of preserving and protecting Cummins Falls as a state park, opening up to the public a beautiful, one-of-akind landmark for use today and for future generations,” Gov. Haslam said. “Cummins Falls will not only serve as a constant reminder of the natural beauty Tennessee has to offer, this new state park will continue to demonstrate how private/public partnerships can work together to make a difference.” Situated in the Cordell Hull watershed, Cummins Falls’ forest includes a variety of oak, beech, buckeye,

sycamore and hemlock trees. Woodland plants include October lady’s tresses, star chickweed, liverleaf and Allegheny spurge. The property’s forested streamside protects turkey, quail and eagles, as well as a variety of fox, mink and unique insects such as damselflies and dragonflies. Through a cooperative agreement with the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, fishing for bluegill and bass along the riverbank will be permitted with a Tennessee fishing license. While Cummins Falls State Park is officially open to the public, enhancements to the park – including trails, additional roadwork, restroom facilities and a small park office – are still part of the overall park management plan. The park will be a day-use park and will be open from 8 a.m. until sunset year-round. Cummins Falls’ rich history includes a time when Indians used the area to track the numerous buffalo that wallowed in the river’s shallow areas. In the 1790s, Sergeant Blackburn, a veteran of the Revolutionary War and for whom the Blackburn Fork State Scenic River was named, was awarded the land in lieu of a pension. The land was acquired by John Cummins in 1825, and he used it to build the first of two mills. Because of his growing clientele, a larger second mill was built in 1845. Local residents would visit the mills and the falls for both commerce and recreation. The mill was washed away during the great flood of 1928, but cars and paved highways had already begun to make the trek to Cummins Falls more accessible. No more construction took place on the land, but it stayed with the Cummins family for more than 180 years until the recent efforts by the Tennessee Parks and Greenways Foundation to purchase the land through private and public donations for resale to the State of Tennessee for nearly $1,040,000. [photo by paul meacham]

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Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area

20,000 acres • 43 miles from Cookeville

Miles of scenic gorges and sandstone bluffs. Features an abandoned coal mining town that was part of the Stearns Coal and Lumber Co. from 1937 to 1962.

Miles of waterfalls, streams, gorges and recreation facilities. The park is one of the most popular in the Southeast. At 256 feet, Fall Creek Falls is the highest waterfall in the eastern United States.

burgess falls state natural area

883 acres • 36 miles from Cookeville

Features sheer bluffs, narrow ridges, mixed forest and a native butterfly garden. Four waterfalls along one-anda-half-mile trail, the tallest at 136 feet.

Dominated by the Great Falls of the Caney Fork River — a limestone gorge that provides scenic overlooks, waterfalls and pools. Features a 19th century textile mill and one of the state’s early hydroelectric plants.

125,000 acres • 85 miles from Cookeville

200 acres • 11 miles from Cookeville

cummins Falls

Fall creek falls state park

Rock Island state Park

standing stone state park

211 acres • 9 miles from Cookeville

11,000 acres • 24 miles from Cookeville

Home to Tennessee’s eighth-largest waterfall at 75 feet. Fish for bluegill and bass in this wooded natural refuge, which Travel and Leisure magazine named one of the 10 best swimming holes in the U.S.

Sits on the Cumberland Plateau and takes its name from an 8-foot tall rock that was reportedly used as a boundary between two Indian nations. It now stands in Monterey’s Whitaker Park.

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Virgin falls trail

6,000 acres • 26 miles from Cookeville

1,157 acres • 36 miles from Cookeville

Features unique species of wildlife and mixed hardwood forests near the shores of Center Hill Lake. An observation tower at the Visitor Center offers a spectacular view of the lake and surrounding hillsides.

Noted for its unique geological features, including the 110-foot Virgin Falls, other waterfalls, caves and sinkholes. The Caney Fork Overlook provides a view of Scott’s Gulf and the Caney Fork River 900 feet below.


s r o o d t u o t ’ grea re are only minutes away. Scenic parks, natural areas, lakes and mo

City parks

Cane creek park

CC Camp Rd. • Cookeville

Capshaw Park

S. Maple St., Stevens St. and Elm Ave. • Cookeville

Cinderella Park

lakes

Center hill lake

29 square miles • 20 miles from Cookeville A 64-mile-long reservoir near Smithville with 415 miles of shoreline and 18,200 acres of deep, pure water that is home to many species of fish. Popular activities include fishing, hunting, camping, picnicking, boating, canoeing and hiking.

Golf

Belle Acres Golf Course 9 holes | 2,934 yds. Par 36

Mitchell Ave. and Cinderella Lane • Cookeville

Cookeville Golf Club

City Lake Natural Area

Bridgeway Dr. • Cookeville

18 holes | 6,600 yds.

Dogwood Park

Ironwood Golf Course

Par 70

E. Broad St. • Cookeville

18 holes | 6,311 yds. Par 72

Ensor Sink Natural Area

Mountain Ridge Golf Club

Clover Hill Dr. and Foutch Dr. • Cookeville

18 holes | 6,673 yds.

Fantasy park

Par 72

Main St. • Algood

Franklin Avenue Park

Southern Hills Golf Course

city lake

Franklin Ave. and Sixth St. • Cookeville

35 acres • in Cookeville

Park View Park

Features a 35-acre natural park with hiking trails, a waterfall overlook and a fishing pier. Fish include catfish, bass and bream.

Scott Ave. • Cookeville

18 holes | 6,017 yds. Par 72

White Plains Golf Course 18 holes | 6,150 yds.

Walnut Park

Par 72

cordell hull lake

S. Walnut Ave. • Cookeville

19 square miles • 23 miles from Cookeville

Walter l. bilbrey Memorial park

Flows in and out of the Cumberland River in Smith County with 381 miles of shoreline and 22 boatlaunching ramps.

Fourth Ave. • Algood

West End Park

West End St. • Cookeville

Whitaker Park

E. Commercial Ave. • Monterey

Dale Hollow lake

43 square miles • 32 miles from Cookeville Voted #4 Lake in the Nation to “Float Your Boat” by USA Today, and boasts 620 miles of shoreline and more than 14 commercial marinas.

You can also tee off at one of several golf courses located within a few miles of Cookeville, four of which are championship courses.

More recreation info at MustSeeCoo

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Ask any Putnam County resident, and they’ll likely tell you that the quality of life here is outstanding. Not only do we have award-winning medical care, tremendous natural vistas and a progressive business climate, but we also have cultural opportunities comparable to what one might find in much larger towns, giving us a distinctive local flavor. ART A great variety of very talented visual artists and craftspeople, many of whom are known regionally and nationally, call Putnam County home. The historic West Side district is dotted with shops that boast their vibrant work, and the Appalachian Center for Craft, a satellite campus of Tennessee Tech University, features several rotating exhibits and a large gallery shop filled with the work of the program’s BFA students along with that of other nearby artisans in clay, fibers, glass, metals and wood.

Our artists unite each autumn to host the Art Prowl studio tour, which offers the public a chance to see artists at work in their own studios and in local galleries. We also have two nonprofit art organizations — the Cumberland Art Society and the Cookeville Arts Council — that host workshops, exhibits and other opportunities for artists to master and display their work. Or, you can spend an evening making your own masterpiece at The Art Mill, located across the street from the depot museum. Music If music is your thing, you’ll find that live performances abound here. Cookeville is one of the smallest cities in the U.S. to have a full symphony orchestra — the Bryan Symphony Orchestra — which performs regularly in TTU’s Wattenbarger Auditorium and at the Dogwood Performance Pavilion. For those who enjoy folk, bluegrass, Americana and country


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square for Fall FunFest, a weekend musical celebration featuring continual musical performances on two stages, plus crafts, food and entertainment for children. Fall FunFest draws musicians from across the state and region and also features the Cookeville CookOff, a competition that determines the Tennessee State Champion for the Kansas City Barbeque Society. Television/theater Our Emmy Award-winning public television station, WCTE-TV, offers Cookeville and the Upper Cumberland an outstanding range of programs, from nationally acclaimed PBS shows to coverage of local issues and events. WCTE also regularly airs and has obtained national syndication for several local productions. In conjunction with its children’s programming, WCTE makes a

community impact through its educational outreach program. Stations of Imagination, its signature event, is held during Fall FunFest and features characters from favorite children’s shows, a stage event, local dance teams, comedians, storytellers and a variety of activities aimed at making learning fun. For those who enjoy a bit of drama, we have a talented group of community thespians who perform regularly. Venues include the 456-seat Cookeville Performing Arts Center, which produces the award-winning Drama Center Backstage series, and the Wesley Arena Theatre, which presents several plays each year. And don’t miss Shakespeare in the Park each October, when actors perform eight nights of a chosen Shakespeare play in the Dogwood Park

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pagoda-style train depot built in 1909. Reminiscent of Cookeville’s days as a prime whistle-stop on the Tennessee Central line, the museum features railway artifacts, rotating exhibits and a Middle Tennessee railroad HO scale model train that chugs through a replica of downtown Cookeville in the 1950s. Just up Cedar Street from the depot is the Kiwanis Cookeville Children’s Museum, a community-inspired space that offers children of all ages unstructured play opportunities in visual and cultural arts, science, history and social sciences. And then there’s our newest museum, the Patton House Museum. Nicknamed “The Doll House,” the museum features more than 2,000 dolls, including Raggedy Ann and Andy dolls, First Lady dolls, Barbies and dolls from around the world. The lifetime collection of the late Velma Thompson, the dolls now reside in the home of late Putnam County historian Maurine Patton, who documented every area gravesite and maintained a large archive of other local historical records. With all of these options, Putnam Countians have plenty of ways to make their lives richer. If you’d like to feast your eyes and stimulate your mind, come on up to Cookeville. We’ll keep you busy for a while.

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Park It If nature’s your thing, you’re going to love it here. Putnam County is graced with 14 well-tended parks, the crown jewel of which is Cane Creek Park, a 262-acre regional park where visitors can feed the ducks along the trails that encircle a 56-acre lake, hop into a paddleboat and pedal their way around the lake, bring a boat and fish, or enjoy a picnic and 18-hole disc golf, basketball or volleyball at one of the park’s three large shelter and play areas. Our newest source of pride is Dogwood Park in the center of town. Completely renovated in 2012, it features seven grassy acres with a tall, lighted, stone splashing fountain where children – and children at heart – can play to their heart’s content. A large concert shell with an earthterraced seating area serves as a beautiful natural venue for symphony performances, concerts and our annual Shakespeare in the Park series. Get Your Green On Within just a few minutes’ drive from Cookeville are two staterun natural splendors you won’t want to miss. Featured in the August 2011 issue of Southern Living magazine as one of the “Five Ways to Stay Cool in Tennessee,” Burgess Falls State Natural Area is home to four waterfalls – the tallest of which is 136 feet – along a one-and-a-half-mile round-trip trail. Known for its sheer bluffs, narrow ridges, rolling water and abundant mixed forest, the park also offers a native butterfly garden, picnic area and fishing. And then there’s our newest state park, Cummins Falls, a 211-acre site that is home to Tennessee’s eighth largest waterfall. A favorite swimming hole among Jackson and Putnam countians for more than 100 years, Cummins Falls was named as one of the 10 best swimming holes in the United States by Travel and Leisure magazine. Make a Splash Also just a stone’s skip away from Cookeville are three top-rated, Corps of Engineers lakes for those who fancy water sports, swimming, fishing and boating. Center Hill Lake is a 64-mile-long reservoir near Smithville. It consists of 415 miles of shoreline

and 18,200 acres of deep, pure water that is home to many species of fish. Popular activities include fishing, hunting, camping, picnicking, boating, canoeing and hiking. Cordell Hull Dam is located at mile marker 313.5 on the Cumberland River in Smith County, 48 miles east of Nashville and 26 miles northwest of Cookeville. With 381 miles of shoreline and 22 boat-launching ramps, Cordell Hull Lake offers a fishing opportunity for anyone with or without a boat. Dale Hollow Lake, voted #4 Lake in the Nation to “Float Your Boat” by USA Today and the #1 Houseboating Lake in North America by boaters at PickASlip.com, boasts 620 miles of shoreline and more than 14 commercial marinas. The pristine quality of the lake is important to the Dale Hollow National Fish Hatchery just below the dam, which produces 1.5 million trout annually. Take in a Tasting If you enjoy the fruit of the vine, Putnam County now has its very own winery to tour and enjoy. DelMonaco Winery offers free tastings of their award-winning wines, free tours of their winery and vineyards, wine clubs with three levels of membership and a gift shop featuring items for the connoisseur or novice. The 52-acre winery also offers four rooms for meetings and special events. The largest is the Grand Bella Room, a ballroom that can seat at least 300 and features double staircases, marble columns, a balcony and a vineyard view. Find Whatnots and More Tucked around Cookeville’s downtown square, you’ll find specialty stores and boutique galleries. Take a walk on the West Side and explore fairtrade-certified gifts, or meander through trendy clothing stores. If antiques are your thing, hunt for hidden treasure in the many antique shops and specialty stores along Broad Street. Eat Your Way Around the World Cookeville offers a plethora of dining options, including a surprising variety of international fare for a town our size. There’s

everything from sushi to Cajun, Indian, Mexican, Chinese, Thai, Japanese, Mediterranean, German and Italian. For those who crave home cooking, we offer a number of quaint, Southern-style diners to fill the bill. Top off your feast with ice cream from Cream City Ice Cream & Coffee House or donuts from the legendary Ralph’s Donut Shop, or settle in for a latte at one of the cozy coffee houses on the square. Be There, Do That If you really want to see Cookeville come to life, be sure and visit during one of our many festivals and community events. You can fill up on live music, crafts and barbecue each September at Fall FunFest, gobble up gumbo from a handmade ceramic bowl at Cookin on the Square, take in a train excursion at the Cookeville Depot Museum, or enjoy many other events we have planned throughout the year. And be sure to visit the West Side after dark on Fridays, when the vintage neon sign atop the old Cream City Ice Cream building lights up the night sky. Start Right Here If you want to know more about Cookeville, Putnam County and the Highlands, or if you’d like a little help planning your trip, visit the Highlands Visitor Center, located at 470-A Neal Street in Cookeville. The 1,870-square-foot facility houses interactive displays of local attractions; fine arts and craft items from local and emerging artists; historical exhibits; scenes of the Highlands and other DVDs, such as Appalachian Craft Center demonstrations; and a wall-sized map that highlights points of interest in the Upper Cumberland. Cookeville souvenirs are also sold. Hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. seven days a week, and volunteer staffers are always on hand to answer questions and lend a hand with trip planning.

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A Regional Health care Provider Our nonprofit, community-based hospital, Cookeville Regional Medical Center, is an awardwinning, 247-bed regional medical center that serves the entire 14-county Upper Cumberland region and employs a staff of 2,000, with more than 200 physicians and other providers on its medical staff representing 40 medical and surgical specialties. CRMC has been recognized for several years by Healthgrades®

— the nation’s most trusted independent source of physician information and hospital quality outcomes — for a broad array of services. Most recently, Healthgrades® has named CRMC among the top 5 percent of more than 4,500 hospitals nationwide, earning Cookeville Regional the Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence™. Healthgrades also named CRMC among America’s 100 Best Hospitals for cardiac care (2013), coronary intervention (2012-2013), orthopedic surgery (2012-2013) and spine surgery (2012-2013), as well as No. 1 in Tennessee for overall orthopedic services (2012-2013), joint replacement (2013), overall cardiac services (2012-2013), cardiology services (2013) and coronary interventional procedures (20112013), and Consumer Reports

ranked CRMC No. 2 in the state for patient safety in 2012. Underscoring its commitment to topquality care, CRMC has: • Opened a six-story, 228,000-square-foot North Patient Tower with an expanded cancer center and 30-bed intensive care unit • Added a dedicated electrophysiology (EP) lab to expand services offered through the hospital’s Heart and Vascular Center • Acquired the TomoTherapy® Hi-Art® Treatment System, the world’s most advanced cancer treatment system; the $1.5-million da Vinci® Surgical System, a robot that allows surgeons to perform a variety of minimally invasive procedures;


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and the region’s first 3 Tesla (3T) MRI, which uses the strongest magnet field strength that’s clinically available today • Opened a five-bed, dedicated pediatrics unit • Completed a multimillion-dollar renovation and expansion of its obstetrics department and a $20 million project to add six new operating rooms to the surgery department • Added a 32-bed behavioral health hospital owned and operated by Ten Broeck Tennessee In an effort to expand services to surrounding communities, CRMC recently formed Cookeville Regional Health System (CRHS), a network comprised of health care providers from throughout the Upper Cumberland who all have a vested interest in our region’s health

care. In addition to CRMC, CRHS includes Celina’s Cumberland River Hospital, which CRMC recently acquired; Cookeville Regional Medical Group, a multispecialty physician group; The Foundation at CRMC, a charitable organization; and a number of primary-care and specialty clinics in the Upper Cumberland region, including new clinics in Fairfield Glade and Livingston. Cookeville Regional recently secured an affiliation with Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC), which creates significant opportunities for both parties to work together to expand the scope of health care services in Putnam County and the Upper Cumberland region. CRMC is also affiliated with the Southwest Oncology Group (SWOG), allowing the hospital

to offer cancer patients many new research treatments before they are widely available. From massive expansions and beneficial affiliations to awardwinning, compassionate care, Cookeville Regional Medical Center has consistently brought the best care close to home for more than 60 years. A Community-Wide Commitment to Wellness Whether you’re looking to stay fit and healthy or to become so once more, you’ll find numerous ways to get moving, from our 14 well-tended parks, which include three lakes and many winding trails, to our active recreation programs; numerous fitness facilities; and nearby hiking, biking and boating opportunities.

In fact, our entire community has gotten into the act of staying active through the Get Fit Highlands Challenge, hosted each spring and fall by the Highlands Health Care Committee, which works to promote a healthy lifestyle in the four counties of the Highlands. The Get Fit Challenge is a friendly competition through which area businesses and organizations in Jackson, Overton, Putnam and White counties can demonstrate their employees’ fitness and community involvement. The goal of the challenge is to create awareness of the importance of physical fitness in our daily lives. The goal for each participant in the challenge is to do some form of physical activity five times a week for 30 minutes a day and then to log their points on the GetFitTN website, which also offers a way to

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From public and private schooling to homeschooling to university education and career training, Putnam County is brimming with schools and organizations that stand ready to fill the educational needs of all types and ages of students. The Putnam County School System Putnam County is home to three high schools, five middle schools, 10 elementary schools, an alternative school and an adult high school. Putnam County’s more than 11,000 PreK-12 students enjoy a top-rated education with the help of more than 715 professional educators in 20 schools. Our three high schools are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), and our entire school district is 100-percent accredited by AdvancED, the parent organization of Southern Association of Colleges and Schools - Council on Accreditation and School Improvement. Our three high schools — Cookeville, Upperman and Monterey — feature extensive and growing advanced placement programs and offer the latest in classroom technology by collaborating with Tennessee Tech University. In fact, Upperman High School was ranked among the “Most Connected High Schools 2011” by U.S. News & World Report. Cookeville High School is one of 20 schools in the state and 1,370 in the nation that has earned the prestigious designation to grant International Baccalaureate® (IB) degrees. Putnam County’s seniors consistently perform better than the state average on the ACT exam, and our school district ranked 12th among Tennessee’s 137 school

districts in ACT scores, according to “The State of Education in Tennessee 2011-12” report. Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam recently identified three Putnam County schools as 2011-12 Reward Schools, placing them in the top 5 percent of schools in the state for annual growth or academic achievement. Monterey High School and Baxter Elementary School were honored for progress students there made in the 2011-12 school year, and Capshaw Elementary School was honored for overall student achievement. Prescott South Middle School and Prescott South Elementary School were two of only four schools in the state to be chosen as the first Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) program sites. As they transition to spearhead the Upper Cumberland Rural STEM Initiative, Prescott teachers will be collaborating with the hub at the Millard Oakley STEM Center at Tennessee Tech University. They will lead students on virtual field trips through the schools’ distance learning lab, and all students will receive iPads to access course materials and take notes. For a closer look at system schools, visit putnamcountyschools.com. Private schools Area private schools offer low student/teacher ratios and quality instruction. Heavenly Host Lutheran School in Cookeville offers K-8 education

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as well as an Early Childhood Center and PreK classes. Algood Christian Elementary, located on Highway 111, also provides K-9 classes. Highland Rim Academy, a classical Christian school for students in grades K-10, is located in Cookeville. Heritage Academy in Monterey offers education for students in grades 9-12. And Sylvan Prep Academy is a grade 1-12 school with a curriculum designed around the “multiple intelligences” theory designed to provide opportunities for all kinds of minds to be successful. Homeschool Organizations Cookeville’s Daniel 1 Academy is a home education center serving families who choose to educate their children at home. Parents can register their children with Daniel 1 to satisfy Tennessee’s legal requirements for homeschooling. A Category IV private school, Daniel 1 is a member of the Association of Christian Schools International and ACSI. Programs include a basic homeschooling program as well as a correspondence program and a satellite program. Daniel 1 also offers

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achievement testing, driver permit letters and work permits, and they host boys’ and girls’ basketball and volleyball teams to offer homeschooled students a chance to play competitive sports. Adult High School Putnam County offers basic reading, writing, social studies, science, literature and math courses and GED exam preparation for adults who have not completed high school, as well as English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) classes for those wishing to learn to read, write and speak English. Employment and life skills are also incorporated in the curriculum. Tennessee Tech University Tennessee Tech University strives to incorporate the latest technology throughout all its academic disciplines with a focus on the national priorities of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Offering more than 40 bachelor’s and 20 graduate degree programs, TTU leads the state as its only comprehensive technological university, with an

enrollment of about 11,500 students. TTU’s campus features the Millard Oakley Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Center, a 26,000-square-foot STEM-education resource for educators, students, families and the community, located in Ray Morris Hall. The center offers seasonal and annual programs in its learning studios. TTU students have the highest mid-career median salary potential of any public university graduates in the state, according to PayScale.com. TTU graduates also have the least debt in the South, according to U.S. News & World Report. More than half of TTU’s 2011 graduates left school debt free. The 47 percent of grads who had private or government student loan debt owed an average of $9,952, the second lowest average debt amount in the nation. The university is consistently ranked one of “America’s 100 Best College Buys.” This designation, reported each year by Institutional Research & Evaluation Inc., touts TTU as one of the best college educations nationwide for the

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cost. TTU has been included in the list every year from 2006 to 2012. TTU offers six of Payscale.com’s Top 10 College Majors that Lead to High Salaries: chemical engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, physics and applied mathematics. Their alumni hold positions as Fortune 500 CEOs, NASA astronauts, government leaders, renowned professors, respected researchers and other prestigious leaders. Ranked among the “Top Public Universities” by U.S. News & World Report in its 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 America’s Best Colleges Guides, Tennessee Tech also is one of the Top 15 “Public Regional Universities” in the South, according to the 2012 report. TTU is “Best in the Southeast” for 2012 according to PrincetonReview.com. This is the ninth consecutive year PrincetonReview.com has recognized TTU in the rankings. Of 17 Tennessee schools listed, TTU remains one of only five public universities to earn the designation. The Princeton Review also listed TTU’s College of Business as one of the “Best 301 Business Schools” in the nation in its 2012 guidebook.

For more information about TTU, visit tntech.edu. Vocational Schools Nashville State Community College’s Cookeville campus, now established as a vital part of the community’s educational fabric after opening an $11.3 million facility in 2002, offers associate degrees in a broad range of areas. Students can choose to study on campus or via the Web, as NSCC offers many online and hybrid courses. Cookeville’s MedVance Institute specializes in medical assistant, medical office and pharmacy technician training, in addition to programs in medical laboratory, radiologic and surgical technology.

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Algood 2525 Old Walton Rd. Algood, TN 38506 (931) 303-0362 K-4 putnam.k12.tn.us/aes/ Baxter 125 Elmore Town Rd. Baxter, TN 38544 (931) 858-3110 K-4 putnam.k12tn.net/bes Burks 300 Crossville St. Monterey, TN 38574 (931) 839-7641 K-8 putnam.k12tn.net/bms Cane Creek 1500 W. Jackson St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-1173 PreK-4 putnam.k12tn.net/cces Capshaw 1 Cougar Lane Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2414 K-4 putnam.k12tn.net/ces Jere Whitson 178 Jere Whitson Rd.

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Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 432-1496 d1academy.org

Monterey 710 Commercial Ave. Monterey, TN 38574 (931) 839-2970 9-12 montereywildcats.org

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Algood Christian Elementary 2660 Hwy. 111 North Algood, TN 38506 (931) 537-3561 cookevillechristian.org

Upperman 6950 Nashville Hwy. Baxter, TN 38544 (931) 858-3112 PreK, 9-12 uppermanbees.com

Adventist Education

Putnam County Adult 286 E. Main St. Algood, TN 38506 (931) 528-8685 putnamcountyschools.com/ adulted/index.html

Heavenly Host Lutheran 777 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-3766 hhls.org Christian Curriculum

K-12 White Plains Academy 288 E. Main St. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-3862 putnam.k12tn.net/dvas

Homeschooling Daniel 1 1654 Burgess Falls Rd.

Cookeville, TN 38505 (931) 372-3101 or (800) 255-8881 tntech.edu

Sylvan Prep 600 E. Veterans Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-2543 earlyscholars.com

Heritage 23100 Clarkrange Hwy. Monterey, TN 38574 (931) 839-6675 heritageacademy.netasi.org Adventist Education

Highland Rim 1200 Miracle Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 526-4472 highlandrimacademy.org Christian Curriculum

MedVance Institute 1025 Hwy. 111 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3660 medvance.edu Motlow State Community College 603 Roosevelt Dr. Sparta, TN 38583 (931) 837-3341 mscc.edu Nashville State Community College 1000 Neal St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-0551 nscc.edu/cookeville Tennessee Bible College 1616 McCulley Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 526-2616 tn-biblecollege.edu

Tennessee Technology Center at Livingston 740 High Tech Dr. Livingston, TN 38570 (931) 823-5525 ttclivingston.edu TTU Continuing Education Program Extended Education – Tennessee Tech University Box 5073 Cookeville, TN 38505 (931) 372-3944 tntech.edu/noncredprog/ registration Volunteer State Community College 113 Windle Community Rd. Livingston, TN 38570 (931) 823-7065 or (800) 563-8220 volstate.edu/Livingston

Tennessee Tech University 1 William L. Jones Dr.

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13th Street Kountry Cafe 1306 N. Washington Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 854-9440 Restaurants

AT&T 1202 Tallan Building 2 Union Square Chattanooga, TN 37402 (423) 265-2224 att.com Cable TV Service Internet Access Providers Telephone Companies Telephone Service - Long Distance

2 Travel 4 Less 1928 Brown Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 260-2315 Travel Agencies 20 Degrees Frozen Yogurt Lounge Inc. 377 W. Jackson St. Ste. 18 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 854-1314 20degreesfroyo.com Ice Cream & Frozen Desserts Meeting Facilities Restaurants 3 Little Birds Café 119 Broad St. Baxter, TN 38544 (931) 858-1109 3littlebirdscafe.com Bakeries Coffee Houses Restaurants 303 Marketing 2105 Burton Branch Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 854-9088 Marketing/Advertising

A A Beautiful Face Aesthetics 410 E. Spring St. Ste. M1 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 265-0954 Skin Care Products/ Services Spa Treatment AEI 57 W. Broad St. Ste. 200 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-6516 archenginc.com Architects A Place to Grow Daycare 54 Proffitt St. Cookeville, TN 38501

Aaron Bernhardt 640 N. Dixie Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 261-8730 Individual Members ABC INOAC Exterior Systems LLC 132 Industrial Park Circle Livingston, TN 38570 (931) 823-7381 eaton.com Manufacturers Automobile Parts Abel Gardens 620 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. 208 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9797 myabelgardens.com Florists Gifts/Gift Shops ADR Specialists LLC 4221 Deerfield Lane Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 252-9123 Attorneys Advanced Cleaning Service LLC 110 W. Main St. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-3733 advancedcleaning.com Carpet Cleaning Commercial Janitorial Services HVAC Duct Cleaning Advanced Inc. 2240 Summerfield Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 528-1960 cookevillehomebuilder.com Building Contractors Building Contractors Residential Remodeling Restoration & Remodeling

Advanced Termite & Pest Control 726 Hwy. 70 East Ste. 101 Crossville, TN 38555 (931) 456-6689 Pest Control Waterproofing Affordable Travel 1307 Apple Valley Ct. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 432-2772 affordabletravel.biz Travel Agencies AFLAC Insurance 1187 Disneyland Rd. Sparta, TN 38583 (931) 303-7808 Insurance Aid & Assist at Home LLC 183 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-6220 aidandassist.net Caregiver Services Home Health Services Personal Care Services Air & Hydraulic Equipment, Inc. 731 E. 22nd St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1012 aheinfo.com Manufacturers - Hydraulic & Pneumatic Machinery Air Experts 1631 E. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1247 callairexperts.com Heating & Cooling Contractors Ajax Tax Preparation Company 426 W. Main St. Ste. C Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-3434 Tax Preparation Services Al Enochs 1246 Creekwood Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1573 Past Chamber Chair

firstrealty.net Real Estate - Commercial Real Estate - Residential Real Estate Brokers Albrecht Publishing Group 1630 Country Club Pl. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4477 albrechtpublishing.com Publishers Tourism Development Algood Drugs 606 W. Main St. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-3211 Pharmacies Algood Elementary School 2525 Old Walton Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 303-0362 putnam.k12.tn.us/aes Schools - Secondary & Elementary Algood Family Dental Group 172 W. Main St. Algood, TN 38506 (931) 537-9948 Dentists Algood Middle School 540 Dry Valley Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-6141 putnam.k12tn.net/algood Schools - Secondary & Elementary Allan Hawkins Design Services 1355 Apple Valley Ct. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 432-1211 allanhawkins.com Web Design & Marketing Allen Appraising LLC 2039 Skymont Dr. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 432-2220 allenappraising.net Appraisers - Real Estate

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Nonprofit Service Organization American Legion Post 46 P.O. Box 368 Cookeville, TN 38503 (931) 303-1296 Military Veterans Organization Nonprofit Service Organization American Red Cross Middle TN Region 203 W. Main St. Ste. 310 McMinnville, TN 37111 (931) 473-2595 redcross.org Disaster Relief Assistance Nonprofit Service Organization Social Service Organizations American Wine & Spirits 932 E. 10th St. Ste. C Cookeville, TN 38501 (931)854-1318 Liquor Stores Americare Pharmacy Services, LLC Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-0070 Pharmacies Americas Best Value Inn 897 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9521 americasbestvalueinn.com Hotels & Motels Anderson Printing Solutions 599 Vickers Place Ste. F Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1561 andersonps.com Business Stationery Products Printing Services Anderson/Upper Cumberland Funeral Home 2131 S. Grundy Quarles Hwy. Gainesboro, TN 38562 (931) 268-1550 ucfuneral.com Cremation Services Funeral Directors

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Andrea Dyer American Way Real Estate 710 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 239-4700 andreadyer.com Real Estate - Residential Andy Redus 145 E. Spring St. Apt. B2 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4444 Individual Members APCOM Inc. 1010 Volunteer Dr. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 526-2137 apcom-inc.com Manufacturers - Metal Stampings Manufacturers - Molds & Stamping Dies Aphena Pharma Solutions - Tennessee 1920 Fisk Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 372-2041 aphenapharma.com Manufacturers Repackager of Health Care Products Apple Independence Mobility LLC 306 N. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5788 applemobility.com Medical Equipment & Supplies Motorized Vehicles Appliance Mart 749 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-6467 Appliances - Household Dealers Art & Frame Outlet, Inc. 1227 N. Washington Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-6141 colonialmolding.com Custom Frame Shop Picture Frames - Dealers Asention Solutions 140 Anderson Lane Gainesboro, TN 38562 (931) 268-5917 asentionsolutions.com Business & Management Consulting

Associates in Neurology 105 Cherry St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931)528-5811 Physicians - Neurology ATC Automation 101 Mill Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5417 automationtool.com Manufacturers Automated Robotic Systems

Back to Health Chiropractic 315 N. Washington Ave. Ste. 260 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-2225 back2healthcookeville.com Health Care/ Pharmaceutical Technology Massage Therapy Physicians - Chiropractic Reflexology Bangham Heights Baptist Church 5961 Hilham Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 528-8885 banghamheightsbaptist.com Churches

Baymont Inn & Suites #17918 1151 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 525-6668 baymontinns.com Hotels & Motels BB&T Legge Insurance 1420 Neal St. Ste. 101 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2191 bbt.com Insurance

Beautiful Balloons Giggle Shoppe 239 Lowe Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2980 Bank of Putnam County bbgiggleshoppe.com Gifts/Gift Shops 140 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 Belle Acres Golf Course (931) 528-5441 Avalon Hospice 901 E. Broad St. bankofputnamcounty.com 13 N. Oak Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 Banks Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-8834 (931) 854-1391 belleacresgolf.com Barbara J. Johnson, avalon-hospice.com Golf Courses LCSW Hospice Care 729 S. Jefferson Ave. BenchMark Physical Cookeville, TN 38501 Averitt Express, Inc. Therapy (931) 528-4150 1415 Neal St. 586 S. Jefferson Ave. Mental Health Services Cookeville, TN 38501 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3306 (931) 372-1315 Barbara Tetreault averittexpress.com Physical Therapy P.O. Box 1495 Trucking - Motor Freight Cookeville, TN 38503 Bennett Industries, (931) 432-4461 Avery Trace Middle Inc. Individual Members School 1805 Burgess Falls Rd. 230 Raider Dr. P.O. Box 2520 Baron USA, Inc. Cookeville, TN 38501 Cookeville, TN 38502 350 Baron Circle (931) 520-2200 (931) 432-4011 Cookeville, TN 38501 averytraceraiders.com Manufacturers - Metal (931) 528-8476 Schools - Secondary & Fabrication & Powder baronusa.com Elementary Coating Manufacturers - Vacuum Manufacturers - Pedicraft Oil Purifiers & Filters A-Z Office Resource, Hospital Beds/Metal Inc. Barrett Chiropractic Fabricating 1065 Willow Industrial Ct. Ste. A 220 King St. Cookeville, TN 38501 Bernhardt, LLC Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-8482 640 N. Dixie Ave. Ste. B (931) 372-7797 azorinc.com Cookeville, TN 38501 Physicians - Chiropractic Office Supplies (931) 526-3700 Bartlett Surveying bernhardt.cc 214 E. Stevens St. Building Contractors Cookeville, TN 38501 Best Western (931) 526-9000 Thunderbird Motel Surveyors - Land B Line Designs & 900 S. Jefferson Ave. Consulting Baxter Elementary Cookeville, TN 38501 5570 Rocky Point Rd. School (931) 526-7115 Cookeville, TN 38506 125 Elmore Town Rd. bestwestern.com (931) 267-5002 Baxter, TN 38544 Hotels & Motels tumblr.blinedesigns.com (931) 858-3110 Bethesda Health Care Marketing/Advertising baxterelementary.pbworks.com Center Marketing/PR/Graphic Schools - Secondary & 444 One Eleven Place Design Elementary Automotive Parts Supply Co. 335 W. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2166 Automobile - Parts & Supplies

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Better Business Bureau 18 N. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-0008 gobbb.org Business Organizations Nonprofit Service Organization

Blood Assurance 155 W. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3462 bloodassurance.org Blood Donation Site Nonprofit Service Organization

Betty Case 615 Buck Mountain Trail Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-9961 Individual Members Past Chamber Chair

Blue Coast Burrito 1010 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 525-2583 bluecoastburrito.com Caterers Restaurants

Betty Jo Johnson 1345 Chattsworth Blvd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 260-1216 Individual Members Bettye Bussell American Way Real Estate 1010 Country Club Rd. Apt. G4 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 265-4788 american-way.com Real Estate - Commercial Real Estate - Residential Beverly Pierce American Way Real Estate 710 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 252-5222 Real Estate - Residential Billings Crane & Mechanical, Inc. 820 W. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 526-5470 billingscrane.com Crane & Forklift Services Industrial Equipment Movers Billy G. Smith & Associates 15 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4445 Consultants - Employee Benefits Social Security Disability Claims & Appeals BLESS 18 W. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 854-9172

Bluewaters Equipment Rental 475 Foutch Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-7559 bluewatersequipment.com Equipment Rental Party Equipment & Supplies - Rental Bluffs at Cumberland Cove 15430 Hwy. 70 North Monterey, TN 38574 (931) 252-3852 tennesseebluffs.com Planned, Gated Communities Real Estate – Residential Real Estate Developers Bob & Judy Johnson First Realty Company 403 W. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 537-2274 doitallteam.com Auctioneers Real Estate - Residential Bob Allen 405 Concord Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-4650 Individual Members Past Chamber Chair Bob Bell 935 E. Sixth St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-8764 Past Chamber Chair Bob Mackie P.O. Box 458 Cookeville, TN 38503 (931) 537-4000 Past Chamber Chair

Bobby Q’s 1070 N. Washington Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-1024 bobbyqsrestaurant.org Caterers Restaurants Bobby Williams 430 E. Fourth St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 644-9390 Individual Members Past Chamber Chair Bob’s Body Shop 669 W. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5571 Automobile - Body Repairing & Painting Bock Properties 46 S. Cedar Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 267-3594 bockproperties.com Real Estate - Property Rentals Boma First Church of God 10630 Old Baxter Rd. Baxter, TN 38544 (931) 858-5119 Churches Nonprofit Service Organization Books and More 803 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 854-1655 Bookstores Electronic Equipment & Supplies Movies - Retail Video Games - Retail Borden Jewelry Company 136 E. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3371 Jewelers - Retail BOS Siding & Gutter 294 W. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 265-8683 Building Contractors Residential Remodeling Siding Contractors Boswell’s Harley Davidson 1424 Interstate Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501

(931) 526-3139 boswellsharley.com Motorcycle Sales & Service Bowling World 545 Neal St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5551 Bowling Centers Family Entertainment Bowman’s Carpet Outlet 275 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5728 Carpet Sales & Service Bradford Health Services 1330 Neal St. Ste. D Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-6803 bradfordhealthservices.com Drug Abuse & Addiction Information & Treatment Drug/Alcohol Outpatient Treatment Bradley Furniture Company 125 E. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3220 Furniture - Retail Bradmark 2101 Denton Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5695 Manufacturers - Chrome Plating Manufacturers - Metal Stampings Manufacturers - Porcelain Enameling Brenda Gaw - First Realty Company 811 N. Maple Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 260-6123 brendagaw.com Real Estate - Residential Brewington Auction & Realty 1851 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 520-1783 Auctioneers Real Estate - Residential Brookside Properties Inc. 2002 Richard Jones Rd. Ste. 200C Nashville, TN 37215 (615) 352-3300

brooksideproperties.com Real Estate - Commercial Real Estate - Residential Real Estate Brokers Bryan Symphony Orchestra Association 123 W. Broad St. Ste. 4 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 525-2633 bryansymphony.org Musicians Symphony Orchestras Bryant C. Dunaway, Attorney 721 N. Dixie Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-6010 Attorneys Buckeye Home Medical Equipment 1330 Neal St. Ste. C Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-5545 whybuckeye.com Medical Equipment & Supplies Buckner Properties, Inc. 1520 E. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2104 Building Contractors Real Estate - Property Management Real Estate - Property Rentals Budweiser of Cookeville 3353 Williams Enterprise Dr. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 372-2590 Beer Distributors Distributors - Beverages Buffalo Wild Wings 1385 Interstate Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-0872 buffalowildwings.com Restaurants Sports Bars Builders Supply Company, Inc. 50 Scott Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9704 Building Materials Burgess Falls Nursery 2801 Burgess Falls Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 432-4424

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burgessfallsnursery.us Garden Centers/Nurseries Burks Middle School 300 Crossville St. Monterey, TN 38574 (931) 839-7641 putnam.k12tn.net/bms Schools - Secondary & Elementary Byrd/Amonett Auction Team 1206 Herrington St. Bowling Green, KY 42104 (270) 782-3700 byrdauction.com Auctioneers

c C & G’s Mountain Music 400 Dubois Rd. Ste. A12 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4999 cgmountainmusic.com Music Supplies Musical Instruments Repair Musical Instruments Retail Caliber Computer, LLC 203 Reagan St. Ste. 1 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-7800 calibercomputerllc.com Computers - Installation, Repair, Networking Computers - Systems, Designers & Consultants

Capshaw School 1 Cougar Lane Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2414 capshawcougars.com Schools - Secondary & Elementary Cardinal Computer Corp. 1095 S. Walnut Ave. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-0485 cardinalcomputer.com Computers - Systems, Designers & Consultants CareAll Home Health 1101 Neal St. Ste. 103 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-1561 careallinc.com Home Health Services Caring Homes for Seniors 81 Mackay Lane Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 881-7443 caringhomesforseniors.com Assisted Living Facilities Home Health Services Nursing Homes Caris HealthCare, LP 2525 Hwy. 111 North Ste. B Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-3430 carishealthcare.com Hospice Care

Carlen Motors, Inc. 330 W. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 Cane Creek Elementary (931) 526-2163 School carlenchevrolet.com 1500 W. Jackson St. Automobile - Body Cookeville, TN 38501 Repairing & Painting (931) 520-1173 Automobile - Repair & putnam.k12tn.net/cces Service Schools - Secondary & Automobile Dealers - New Elementary Cars Automobile Dealers - Used Cannon Clark Holman Cars & Associates PLLC 1151 S. Willow Ave. Ste. A Carmike Cinemas Cookeville, TN 38506 1301 First Ave. (931) 476-7669 Columbus, GA 31902 Financial Services (706) 576-3460 Cantrell Financial Services 805 N. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3541 cantrellfinancial.com Financial Planning & Investment Consultants

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carmike.com Family Entertainment Theaters

Carwile Mechanical Contractors 433 E. 15th St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-6151

carwilemech.com Heating & Cooling Contractors Casa Mexicana 506 N. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3794 Restaurants Cash Express 263 W. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-8662 cashtn.com Check Cashing Services Loans Cavender’s LLC, The Interior Company 1641 E. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 372-2112 cavendersinterior.com Cabinets Carpet Sales & Service Counter Tops Flooring Materials CB Trucking, Inc. 7052 Roberts-Matthews Hwy. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 738-5065 cb-trucking.com Trucking - Motor Freight Warehousing & Transportation Cedar Hills Senior Living 1250 Cedar Hills Dr. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 526-9108 cedarhillsseniorliving.com Assisted Living Facilities Retirement Communities Cell Plus/Verizon Wireless Premium Retailer 717 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3663 Cell Phone Accessories Cellular Telephones Wireless Telecommunications CHAR 14 S. Washington Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-2427 charcookeville.com Restaurants Charles Johnston 501 E. Mt. Vernon Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501

(931) 526-8141 Past Chamber Chair Charles Jordan 100 W. Fourth St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1575 Past Chamber Chair Charles R. Miller 1535 Bennie Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-6869 Individual Members Past Chamber Chair Charles Stone Heating & Cooling 315 Transport Dr. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931)526-5023 Heating & Cooling Contractors Charter Business/ Communications/ Media 38 W. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 charter-business.com Business Services Cable TV Service Internet Access Providers Telecommunications Telephone Companies Chartwells 1000 N. Dixie Ave. Cookeville, TN 38505 (931) 372-6136 dineoncampus.com Caterers CHC Mechanical Contractors 347 E. Stevens St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5514 chccompanies.com Air Conditioning Contractors Heating & Cooling Contractors Chick-Fil-A 1370 Interstate Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-2665 chick-fil-a.com Caterers Fast Food - Drive-Thru Restaurants

Chuck Sparks 122 Eighteen Grand Place Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 265-5555 Individual Members Church on the Hill 3001 Phillips Cemetery Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-9504 churchonthehillalgood.com Churches Citizens Bank 51 E. Jackson St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1999 citizensbankcookevilletn.com Banks Citizens Bank Gainesboro 116 S. Grundy Quarles Hwy. Gainesboro, TN 38562 (931) 268-2141 citizens-bank.org Banks City of Algood 108 E. Main St. Algood, TN 38506 (931) 537-9545 algood-tn.com Government - City City of Baxter 200 Main St. Baxter, TN 38544 (931) 858-4111 cityofbaxter.com Government - City City of Cookeville 45 E. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9591 cookeville-tn.org Government - City City of Monterey 302 E. Commercial Ave. P.O. Box 97 Monterey, TN 38574 (931) 839-3770 montereytennessee.com Government - City

CityScape 345 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. 303 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-4612 cookevillecityscape.com Downtown Revitalization Christy’s Cafe & Bakery Association 1555 Interstate Dr. Clarence B Palk, Jr. Cookeville, TN 38501 801-1/2 S. Jefferson Ave. (931) 520-5757 Cookeville, TN 38501 Restaurants


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(931)526-6666 Past Chamber Chair Clarence Smith 409 Shawn Lane Cookeville, TN 38501 Individual Members Clarion Inn by Choice Hotels International 970 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-7125 clarionhotel.com Hotels & Motels Classic Party Rentals 1375 Heil Quaker Blvd. Lavergne, TN 37086 (615) 641-1111 classicpartyrentals.com Party Equipment & Supplies - Rental Clayton Bank & Trust 851 S. Willow Ave. Ste. 101 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1122 claytonbank.com Banks Clean-Care Auto Care 420 Neal St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-5823 Automobile - Oil & Lube Centers Car Washes Closets-N-More 1020 N. Maple Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 537-6673 Closet Accessories Coit Services 86 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-0755 coit.com Carpet Cleaning HVAC Duct Cleaning Waterproofing Collegeside Church of Christ 252 E. Ninth St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2661 collegeside.org Churches Collins Manufacturing Co. 2000 Bowser Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 528-5151

collinsmfgco.com Manufacturers - Beauty Salon Furnishings ColorMagic 214 W. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4216 jkpaintcolormagic.com Paint & Wallpaper Dealers Comcast Spotlight 1435 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. E Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 372-1301 comcastspotlight.com Broadcast Media Marketing/Advertising Comfort Inn & Suites 1045 Interstate Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-0086 choicehotels.com Hotels & Motels

Community Options, Inc. 5 W. Second St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-0955 comop.org Mental Retardation/Mental Disabilities Compact Discovery 400 Dubois Rd. Ste. 7 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-2562 Music Supplies Compass Advisory Group 1330 Neal St. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2190 compassadvisorygrp-cookeville. com Financial Consultants/ Investment Services

Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9591 cookeville-tn.org/gas Cookeville Chiropractic Gas Companies - Natural & Physical Therapy PC Cookeville Golf Club 132 S. Lowe Ave. 1500 Country Club Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3151 (931) 526-5526 Physicians - Chiropractic Banquet Halls Cookeville Commons Golf Courses Shopping Center Meeting Facilities 560 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville Gynecology Cookeville, TN 38501 100 W. Third St. Ste. B (615) 569-5350 Cookeville, TN 38501 Real Estate - Property (931) 528-9047 Management drbertgeergyn.com Real Estate - Property Physicians - Obstetrics & Rentals Gynecology Shopping Centers cookevillechildrenstheatre.com Theaters

Cookeville Communications LLC 698 S. Willow Ave. Compugeeks Computer Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-7144 & IT Solutions Comfort Suites countrygiant.com 386 W. Bockman Way 1045 Interstate Dr. Radio Stations Sparta, TN 38583 Cookeville, TN 38501 Television Stations & (931) 837-4546 (931) 372-1881 Broadcasting comp-ugeeks.com Hotels & Motels Computers - Sales & Cookeville Electric Service Commercial Consultants Department LLC - B. J. Starnes 55 W. Davis Rd. Connie Albrecht 605 N. Willow Ave. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38501 1560 Country Club Place Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9591 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 854-9511 cookeville-tn.org/electric (931) 526-1317 cc1usa.com Utility Companies - Electric Individual Members Business Services Real Estate - Commercial Convenient Care Clinic Cookeville Electric Motor Inc. 350 S. Lowe Ave. Ste. A Commercial Consultants Cookeville, TN 38501 228 W. Spring St. LLC - Bill Monday Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-1050 605 N. Willow Ave. Ste. A (931) 526-5461 Medical Clinics Cookeville, TN 38501 cem-inc.com (931) 854-9511 Cookeville Audiology & Electric Motors - Dealers & cc1usa.com Hearing Aids Repairing Business Services 728 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. 8 Cookeville First United Real Estate - Commercial Cookeville, TN 38501 Methodist Church (931) 854-9499 Commercial Consultants cookevilleaudiology.com 165 E. Broad St. LLC - Brent Hart Cookeville, TN 38501 Hearing Aids - Testing & 605 N. Willow Ave. Ste. A (931) 526-2177 Service Cookeville, TN 38501 cookevillefumc.org Medical Services (931) 854-9511 Churches cc1usa.com Cookeville Boat Dock & Cookeville Football Club Business Services Resort Real Estate - Commercial 13800 Cookeville Boat Dock Rd. 370 S. Lowe Ave. Ste. A178 Cookeville, TN 38501 Baxter, TN 38544 Commercial Consultants (931) 858-4008 (931) 528-2658 LLC - Gil Gibbs Associations Marinas & Resorts 605 N. Willow Ave. Ste. A Civic Clubs & Community Restaurants Cookeville, TN 38501 Organizations (931) 854-9511 Cookeville Childrens Nonprofit Service cc1usa.com Theatre Association Organization Business Services 460 E. Stevens St. Cookeville Gas Real Estate - Commercial Cookeville, TN 38501 Department (931) 528-5437 116 N. Oak Ave.

Cookeville High School 2335 N. Washington Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-2287 cookevillecavs.com Schools - Secondary & Elementary Cookeville Housing Authority 235 W. Jackson St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9793 cookevillehousing.com Government - County Cookeville Jaycees P.O. Box 554 Cookeville, TN 38503 (931) 265-1212 cookevillejaycees.com Associations Business Organizations Civic Clubs & Community Organizations Cookeville Loan & Jewelry 149 W. Jackson St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-4653 Guns & Gunsmiths Jewelers – Retail Cookeville Medical Center/Physicians Urgent Care 225 N. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-8899 cookevillemed.com Clinics - Medical Physicians - Family Practice Cookeville Pathology Laboratory 115 Peachtree Ave.

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Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-2836 Medical Services Cookeville Pediatric Associates 150 N. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1485 cookevillepediatrics.com Physicians - Pediatrics Cookeville Plumbing 1020 N. Washington Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9287 cookevilleplumbing.com Plumbing Contractors Plumbing Fixtures, Equipment & Supplies Cookeville Pregnancy Clinic 694 S. Willow Ave. Ste. 3 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-5525 cookevillecpc.org Crisis Intervention Service Nonprofit Service Organization Pregnancy Counseling Social Service Organizations Cookeville Promo P.O. Box 3878 Cookeville, TN 38502 (931) 544-4443 cookevillepromo.com Promotional Consultants Promotional Items Cookeville Regional Medical Center 1 Medical Center Blvd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-2541 crmchealth.org Hospitals Cookeville Rescue Mission 1331 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 528-5819 cookevillerescuemission.org Churches Clinics - Dental Shelters - Homeless Thrift Shops Cookeville Senior Citizen Center 186 S. Walnut Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9318 Nonprofit Service Organization

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Social Activities Thrift Shops Cookeville Sheet Metal Works Inc. 1775 Burgess Falls Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 432-7663 Manufacturers - Sheet Metal Fabrication Roofing Contractors Sheet Metal Contractors

Cove Builders & Development 50 Poston Place Monterey, TN 38574 (931) 839-3311 covehomebuilders.com Building Contractors

Crawdaddy’s Inc. 53 W. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4660 crawdaddysgrill.com Cookeville Transmission Restaurants 1279 S. Walnut Ave. Crest Lawn Funeral Cookeville, TN 38501 Home - Cremation (931) 526-1811 Center and Memorial cookevilletrans.com Cemetery Automobile - Repair & 800 W. Jackson St. Service Cookeville, TN 38501 Cookeville Water (931) 526-6384 Department crestlawnmemorial.com 1860 S. Jefferson Ave. Cemeteries/Memorial Cookeville, TN 38506 Gardens (931) 526-9591 Cremation Services cookeville-tn.org/water Funeral Directors Utility Companies - Water Crossfit Mayhem Cookeville-Putnam 41 S. Cedar Ave. Ste. A County Clean Cookeville, TN 38501 Commission crossfitmayhem.com 515 E. Broad St. Ste. A Fitness Centers Cookeville, TN 38501 Sports Organizations (931) 537-3278 Training - Sports & Fitness cleancommission.org Crown Trophy of Civic Clubs & Community Cookeville Organizations 12 S. Washington Ave. Nonprofit Service Cookeville, TN 38501 Organization (931) 528-2769 Copeland Veterinary crowntrophy.com Hospital Engravers 821 E. 10th St. Promotional Consultants Cookeville, TN 38501 Trophies - Awards - Plaques (931) 528-1111 Cruise Planners Veterinarians 2416 Arrow Trail Core Integrated Monterey, TN 38574 Technologies (931) 839-8630 524 N. Main St. vacationmemories4u.com Jamestown, TN 38556 Travel Agencies (931) 752-2673 CruiseOne - Huddleston corecookeville.com & Associates Technology - Products 3449 Brookstone Dr. Technology - Services Cookeville, TN 38506 Cornerstone Middle (931) 432-2279 School cookevillecruises.com 371 First Ave. South Travel Agencies Baxter, TN 38544 Crystal Air LLC (931) 858-6601 750 Airport Rd. putnam.k12tn.net/cms Sparta, TN 38583 Schools - Secondary & (931) 510-6655 Elementary Entertainment Training Consultants Transportation Service

Crystal Odom - First Realty Company 957 Bill Smith Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 261-9652 firstrealty.net Real Estate - Residential Cumberland Business Journal 705 N. Dixie Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-8852 ucbjournal.com Publishers - Business News Cumberland Insurance Agency 1459 Interstate Dr. Ste. 201 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-1222 cumberlandinsurance.com Insurance Cummins Filtration 1200 Fleetguard Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 526-9551 cumminsfiltration.com Manufacturers - Filters Custom Fireplaces & More 1611 E. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 526-8181 customfireplaceandmore.com Chimney Cleaning Fireplaces & Accessories

DACCO, Inc. 769 Dacco Dr. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 528-7581 daccoinc.com Manufacturers Automotive Transmission Parts Dale Bohannon, Attorney 115 S. Dixie Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-7868 Attorneys Dallas R. Linke, Business Management Consultant 732 White Oak Rd. Monterey, TN 38574 (931) 839-3934 Business & Management Consulting Dan Brooks & Associates 548 N. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-8571 sig1.net Insurance Dan Drab 1380 Pilot Dr. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 526-8553 Individual Members Past Chamber Chair

Cypress Creek Apartments 600 W. Eighth St. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-1605 Apartments

Danny Roberts Construction Co. 818 Gainesboro Hwy. Baxter, TN 38544 (931) 858-3343 Excavation Contractors

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Dave Thomas 570 Jamestown Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-4616 Individual Members Past Chamber Chair

D & D Enterprises, Plumbing & Electrical Inc. 2050 Fountain Circle Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 526-1320 dndenter.com Building Contractors Electrical Contractors Plumbing Contractors D. T. McCall & Sons 1300 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 526-1103 dtmccalls.com Furniture - Retail

David Bowen - Coldwell Banker Commercial Professionals 114 Cool Springs Blvd. Franklin, TN 37067 (615) 476-7949 cbcprofessionals.com Financial Consultants/ Investment Services Real Estate - Commercial Real Estate Brokers David G. Draper, DDS 202 Shipley St.


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Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9414 Dentists David W. Ledbetter Law Office 24 N. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-6131 Attorneys Days Inn 1296 S. Walnut Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1511 daysinn.com/hotel/05493 Hotels & Motels Deborah’s Designs 44 N. Walnut Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-7673 Fashion Accessories Florists Home Staging Services Party Equipment & Supplies – Rental Delbert’s Wine & Spirits 921 S. Willow Ave. Ste. D Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-7258 Liquor Stores DelMonaco Winery 600 Lance Dr. Baxter, TN 38544 (931) 858-1177 delmonacowinery.com Banquet Halls Meeting Facilities Wineries Deuel’s Creative Photography 42 W. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4533 deuelsphotography.com Photographers - Portrait DigiPoint Solutions Inc. 101 S. Court Square Ste. 301 Livingston, TN 38570 (931) 536-4860 digipointsolutions.com Business Services Copying & Duplicating Services

Domino’s Pizza 512 N. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-3333 Restaurants Don Haile & Son Decorators 323 S. Maple Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-6036 Painting & Wallpaper Services Donny’s I-40 Wrecker Service 11599 Old Baxter Rd. Silver Point, TN 38582 (931) 858-3899 Wrecker Service DP Personnel Services 257 S. Willow Ave. Ste. 2 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-8882 Employment Agencies Drue Huffines 1575 Hillsdale Dr. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 526-3425 Individual Members Past Chamber Chair

e Eagles Landing Apartments 203 Eagles Landing Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 525-3700 Apartments ECE Services 702 Old Jamestown Hwy. Crossville, TN 38555 (931) 484-9321 Engineering Consultants Engineers Echo Valley Swimming Pool 2545 W. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 261-6565 echovalleyswimmingpool.com Family Entertainment E-Com, Inc. 110 Mill Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-2688 ecomseating.com Manufacturers - Industrial Seating

Duncan, Wheeler & Wilkerson, PC 228 E. Broad St. Ste. 200 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1545 dwwcpas.com Financial Services

EconoGenesys Business Consulting 1725 Mt. Pleasant Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 260-4835 techwerks.org Business Advisors, Consultants, Trainers

Duncan’s Clothing World 399 W. Jackson St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-2202 Clothing & Apparel Children & Infants Clothing & Apparel - Men’s Clothing & Apparel Women’s

Eco-Tude 4614 Bennett Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 260-3853 Recycling Services Waste Management Services

Dwight Henry 3825 N. Quinland Lake Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 265-5883 Individual Members

Dyer Funeral Home 798 S. Willow Ave. Doc’s Auto & Tire Center Cookeville, TN 38501 233 W. Broad St. (931) 526-7158 Cookeville, TN 38501 dyerfuneralservices.com (931) 526-7547 Funeral Directors Automobile - Oil & Lube Centers Automobile - Repair & Service Tire Dealers - Retail

Edgar Evins Marina 2100 Edgar Evins State Park Rd. Silver Point, TN 38582 (931) 858-5695 edgarevinsmarina.com Marinas & Resorts Restaurants Edsouth 104 N. Seven Oaks Dr. Knoxville, TN 37922 (865) 342-5500 edsouthservices.com Banks Loans - Post Secondary Education

El Tapatio Mexican Restaurant 243 N. Spring St. Sparta, TN 38583 (931) 836-1346 900 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-0246 190 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-4393 eltapatiorestaurant.biz Restaurants Eldon Leslie 518 Freeze St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-8794 Chamber President Emeritus Individual Members Electronic Express 596 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-2332 electronicexpress.com Electronic Equipment & Supplies Elk Mountain Construction Co. Inc. 1950 N. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-7424 elkmountainconstruction.com Excavation Contractors Enterprise Rent-A-Car 1800 Foreman Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-6181 enterprise.com Automobile - Renting & Leasing EPIC Technologies LLC 410 S. Lowe Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3742 epictn.com Communication Equipment & Systems - Radio Computers - Systems, Designers & Consultants IT Consulting Eric Brown 245 Elmore Town Rd. Baxter, TN 38544 (931) 260-5247 ericlbrown.com Individual Members Estelle Siers-Gabel 1549 Edgefield Ct. Cookeville, TN 38506

(931) 526-9572 Individual Members Evergreen Today LLC 44 CC Camp Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 783-0111 evergreentoday.com Insulation Contractors Restoration & Remodeling Excel Temporary Service 1435 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. F Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 372-8222 Employment Agencies Express Employment Professionals 1459 Interstate Dr. Ste. E Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 854-1900 expresspros.com Employment Agencies Express Signs & Printing 1430 Interstate Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-4007 expresssignscookeville.com Printing Services Signs Extreme Property Management LLC 2596 Hidden Cove Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 372-8158 Cleaning Services Landscape Contractors Restoration & Remodeling

f F & M Bank 541 S. Willow Ave. Ste. 104 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 525-5626 myfmbank.com Banks Financial Services Loans Factory Connection LLC 768 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. L Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-2070 factory-connection.com Clothing & Apparel Women’s Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott 1200 Sams St. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 854-1050

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Membership listing (931) 854-9007 fastsigns.com/578 Display Designers & Producers Graphic Services Promotional Items Signs

First Tennessee Bank of Cookeville 345 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-2561 ftb.com Banks

Family Traditions Cafe 310 Dubois Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4111 familytraditionscafe.com Restaurants

Ferguson Enterprises 1191 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 520-3867 ferguson.com Lighting Fixtures & Supplies Wholesale Distributors Plumbing Fixtures, Equipment & Supplies

First Volunteer Bank 351 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 646-5500 firstvolunteer.com Banks

Farley’s Masonry, Inc. 1584 Reeser Lane Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 432-4620 Building Contractors Concrete Blocks & Shapes Masonry Contractors

FFSi Mortgage 20 W. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3374 ffsmortgages.com Loans Mortgages

Farm Bureau Insurance - Algood 2527 Hwy. 111 North Ste. B Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 854-9180 fbitn.com Insurance

Fidelis Financial Strategies 480 One Eleven Place Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 400-0012 fidelisfinancialstrategies.com Financial Consultants/ Investment Services Financial Planning & Investment Consultants Financial Services

mariott.com/bnack Hotels & Motels Falcon Realty 430 N. Washington Ave. Ste. B Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-2158 falconrealtycookeville.com Real Estate - Property Management

Farm Bureau Insurance - Joe Harpe 410 E. Veterans Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1571 fbitn.com Insurance Farm Bureau Insurance - Monterey 107 W. Commercial Ave. Monterey, TN 38574 (931) 584-0042 fbitn.com Insurance Farm Bureau Insurance - Phillip Baker 1165 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 432-1571 farmbureaucookeville.com Insurance Farm Credit Services 1285 S. Walnut Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-6136 e-farmcredit.com Insurance Loans Fastsigns of Cookeville 770 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. B Cookeville, TN 38501 40 | T h e S o u r c e b o o k + No. 18

Firehouse Subs 670 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. B Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 854-9176 firehousesubs.com Restaurants First Baptist Church Cookeville 18 S. Walnut Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-7108 fbccookeville.org Churches First Cumberland Presbyterian Church 565 E. 10th St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-6585 cookevillecpchurch.org Churches First National Bank of Tennessee 412 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-2265 fnbotn.com Banks

Fishback Plumbing LLC P.O. Box 1234 Cookeville, TN 38503 (931) 854-1888 fishbackplumbing.com Plumbing Contractors Five Star Food Service, Inc. 1409 Interstate Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4011 fivestar-food.com/cookeville Caterers Food Distributors Vending Machines Fixtur-World 1555 Interstate Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-7259 fixturworld.com Manufacturers - Commercial Cabinets & Casework Flexial Corporation BOA Aerospace 1483 Gould Dr. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 432-1853 Manufacturers - Aerospace Products Manufacturers - Welded Metal Bellows Flipp N Burgers 400 Dubois Rd. Ste. 13 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 510-2027 Restaurants Flowserve Corporation 1978 Foreman Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 432-4021 flowserve.com Manufacturers - Three-Way Valves Fluitek Corporation 1100 Chocolate Dr. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-6518

fluitek.com Manufacturers - Filtration Elements

Storage - Self Service Truck Rentals Warehousing - Commercial

Forcum Lannom Contractors, LLC 350 US Hwy. 51 Bypass South Dyersburg, TN 38024 (731) 287-4700 forcumlannom.com Building Contractors

Freedom Discount Tobacco 932 E. 10th St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-1002 Distributors - Candy/ Cigarettes

Ford Lincoln of Cookeville 1600 Interstate Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3325 Automobile - Parts & Supplies Automobile - Repair & Service Automobile Dealers - New Cars Automobile Dealers - Used Cars

Freeman Tire Company Inc. 527 E. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-7553 freemantire.net Automobile - Repair & Service Tire Dealers - Retail

Foutch’s Coffee & Spring Water 126 Second Ave. Algood, TN 38506 (931) 537-6643 foutchs.com Coffee Sales & Service Water (Bottled) FoxLeaf Books 24 W. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 303-8336 foxleafbooks.com Bookstores Computer Training Internet Consulting/Web Development Fragrant Mushroom 12 W. Bockman Way Sparta, TN 38583 (931) 836-8190 fragrantmushroom.com Art Galleries Candles Gifts/Gift Shops Tourist Destinations Fred Brown 4010 Quinland Lake Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-6726 Past Chamber Chair Freddy Duncan & Sons Moving & Storage 809 E. 20th St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9500 duncanstorage.com Moving Services

French’s Shoes & Boots 1271 S. Walnut Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-2779 musiccityboots.com Shoes - Retail Friends of Cookeville/ Putnam County Animals P.O. Box 2615 Cookeville, TN 38502 (931) 858-2228 friendsofcpcanimals.org Civic Clubs & Community Organizations Friends of the Baxter Depot P.O. Box 427 Baxter, TN 38544 (931) 528-6140 Civic Clubs & Community Organizations Community Development Organizations Nonprofit Service Organization Friendship United Methodist Church 5464 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 525-3555 Churches Fringe 17 W. Second St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 854-9394 Beauty Salons Clothing & Apparel Women’s Fitness Centers


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Frontier Communications 250 S. Franklin Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-0613 frontieronline.com Telecommunications Telephone Companies Telephone Equipment & Systems Television - Cable & CATV Companies Funderburk Management LLC 310 Industrial Circle Algood, TN 38506 (931) 537-2221 mcdonalds.com Fast Food - Drive-Thru Franchise Developers Restaurants

g Garner Engineering 7000 Fairview Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 261-6090 Architects Engineering Consultants Gary Maxwell Insurance Agency, LLC 1283 S. Walnut Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-0474 garymaxwellinsurance.com Insurance Gaw’s Auto Mart 607 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1062 Automobile Dealers Wholesale Genesis Career College of Cookeville 880 E. 10th St. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-8735 genesiscareer.edu Schools - Universities & Colleges (Technical, Academic) Training - Vocational Genesis House, Inc. P.O. Box 1180 Cookeville, TN 38503 (931) 526-5197 genesishouseinc.com Crisis Intervention Service

Gentleman’s Barber 245 W. Eighth St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1090 Barber Shops Massage Licensed Therapists Massage Therapy Gentry’s Power Equipment 755 Buffalo Valley Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4895 Small Engine Repair & Sales Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee, Inc. 25 W. Broad St. Ste. 4 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4925 gsmidtn.org Associations Civic Clubs & Community Organizations Gisela Wood 3024 Gainesboro Grade Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-1906 Individual Members Glen Smith, CFP 241 E. Veterans Dr. Ste. C Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-7077 Financial Planning & Investment Consultants Tax Preparation Services Golden Corral Restaurant 1380 Interstate Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2352 Restaurants Grace Presbyterian Church 2226 Burton Branch Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-6400 gracecookeville.org Churches Grade-A Catering 1570 Brown Ave. Ste. B Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-8540 gradeacatering.com Caterers Great Harvest Bread Company 120 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 525-5623

greatharvestcookeville.com Bakeries Gifts/Gift Shops

Hampton Inn 1025 Interstate Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-1117 Green Thumb hamptoninn.com Landscape & Design LLC Hotels & Motels 1670 Bob White Circle Cookeville, TN 38501 Hayes Family (931) 854-9015 Dentistry, PC Landscape Contractors 620 E. 10th St. Lawn Care & Property Cookeville, TN 38501 Maintenance (931) 526-1614 hayesdentistry.com Guaranty Mortgage Dentists Services 312 E. Broad St. Ste. B Health Benefit Cookeville, TN 38501 Solutions LLC (931) 526-9942 43 Church Ave. guarantymortgage.com Cookeville, TN 38501 Banks (931) 528-7232 Loans healthbenefitsolutions.com Mortgages Insurance Gunnels Florist, Inc. 104 N. Washington Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-7149 gunnelsflorist.com Florists Gynecology & Women’s Health Care 503 N. Cedar St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-1746 stuber.yourmd.com Physicians - Obstetrics & Gynecology

h H & R Block 565 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-1544 Bookkeeping Services Business Services Tax Preparation Services Hairloom Alpacas 322 Ridgewood Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 854-0717 hairloomalpacas.com Farm Stores Fashion Accessories Home-Based Businesses Livestock

Heart of the Cumberland 377 Short St. Ste. B Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 525-2600 heartofthecumberland.com Nonprofit Service Organization Social Service Organizations Heavenly Host Lutheran School 777 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-3766 hhls.org Nonprofit Service Organization Schools - Private Herald-Citizen 555 S. Old Kentucky Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9715 herald-citizen.com Newspapers Heritage Pointe Senior Living 1030 S. Maple Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-1200 Assisted Living Facilities Nursing Homes Hermitage Hardwoods 105 Ridgedale Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-6832 hermitagehardwood.com Manufacturers Hardwoods

Hampton Creek Apartments 801 Winston Dr. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 432-4152 myhamptoncreekhome.com HIBU - Yellowbook, Inc. Apartments 750 Old Hickory Blvd., Bldg. 1, Rental Properties - Housing

Ste. 286 Brentwood, TN 37027 (800) 929-3556 yellowbook.com Marketing/Advertising Hidden Hollow Park 1901 Mt. Pleasant Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 526-4038 hiddenhollowpark.com Family Entertainment Meeting Facilities Parks Highland Home Improvement 636 Mountain Top Lane Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-3322 Handyman Service Home Improvements Restoration & Remodeling Highland Rim Academy 1621 N. Washington Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4472 highlandrimacademy.org Schools - Private Highways, Inc. 50 W. Davis Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 526-3038 highwaysinc.com Concrete Contractors Excavation Contractors Paving/Asphalt Contractors Hill Realty 818 E. 10th St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4455 donnitahill.com Real Estate - Commercial Real Estate - Residential Hill’s Termite & Pest Control 447 S. Walnut Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-5212 hillspestcontrol.com Pest Control Waterproofing Hintz Family Dentistry 120 W. Jackson St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-5460 Dentists Hitech Direct 728 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. 1 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5233 Cable TV Service

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Home Entertainment Systems Television - Cable & CATV Companies Holiday Inn Express & Suites 1228 Bunker Hill Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 881-2000 Hotels & Motels Holston Gases, Inc. 1981 N. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-3378 holstongases.com Gas Companies - Propane Welding Equipment & Supplies Home Builders Association of the Upper Cumberland P.O. Box 243 Cookeville, TN 38503 (931) 528-7472 uchba.com Building Associations Business Organizations Home Caregivers Inc. 118 S. Dixie Ave. Ste. 24 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-8585 homecaregiverstn.net Home Health Services Home Instead Senior Care 1459 Interstate Dr. Ste. 205 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-1127 homeinstead.com Home Health Services In-Home Care Services Homes and Land Magazine P.O. Box 23423 Knoxville, TN 37933 (865) 556-4074 homesandland.com Marketing/Advertising Real Estate Magazine Honest Abe Log Homes 3205 Hwy. 111 North Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-3651 honestabe.com Building Contractors Log Homes - Builders Honey Baked Ham & CafĂŠ 541 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501

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(931) 520-4426 Restaurants Hooligan’s Half Irish Pub 586 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2927 Restaurants Sports Bars Hooper, Huddleston & Horner Funeral Homes 59 N. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-6111 hhhfunerals.com Funeral Directors Houchens Food Group dba Cookeville SaveA-Lot 120 S. Willow Ave. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-8888 Grocers - Retail House Call Veterinarian P.O. Box 1026 Cookeville, TN 38503 (931) 267-2298 Veterinarians Huddleston & Shepherd Family Vision Care 45 N. Dixie Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2022 Optometrists Hyundai of Cookeville 931 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-7200 Automobile - Parts & Supplies Automobile - Repair & Service Automobile Dealers - New Cars Automobile Dealers - Used Cars

i iCracked 3401 Riveroaks Dr. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 783-1033 icracked.com Technology - Services Innovative Family Care 3300 Williams Enterprise Dr. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 528-9222 innovativefamilycare.com Physicians - Family Practice

Institutional Wholesale Co. 535 Dry Valley Rd. Algood, TN 38506 (931) 537-4000 goiwc.com Food Distributors Grocers - Retail Integrated Management Resources, Inc. 215 Center Park Dr. Ste. 1600 Knoxville, TN 37922 (865) 675-5901 imrtn.com Training Consultants Integrity Inspection Group LLC 1225 W. White Oak Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-1700 aplushis.com Home Inspection Services

Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-6130 Gifts/Gift Shops Home Accessories J. Andy Thompson DDS 22 N. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3381 Dentists J. Cumby Construction Inc. 425 E. Broad St. Ste. C Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-5158 jcumbyconstruction.com Building Contractors General Contractors

James L. Smith DDS PC 200 Shipley St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9547 Dentists James L. Vaden DDS MS PC 308 E. First St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3717 Dentists James Meat Company 1644 Clemmons Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-2900 Meat Packing

J. R. Gaw Produce 28 W. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2078 Produce - Wholesale

James Seay Brown 1496 Barnes Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5356 Individual Members Past Chamber Chair

Integrity Title & Escrow, LLC 380 S. Lowe Ave. Ste. D1 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-0404 Title Companies

J. W. C. Burger King 269 S. Willow Ave. Ste. C Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2031 Fast Food - Drive-Thru Restaurants

James T. Martin 1430 Jamestown Ct. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-6372 Individual Members Past Chamber Chair

Intrepid USA Home Health Care 225 N. Willow Ave., Third Floor Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 646-4806 intrepidusa.com Home Health Services

Jackson Bank & Trust 376 W. Jackson St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-9212 jacksonbankandtrust.com Banks

Jeff Jones - American Way Real Estate 710 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9581 american-way.com Real Estate - Residential Real Estate Brokers

Ironwood Golf Course, Inc. 3801 Ironwood Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-2331 ironwoodgolfcourse.net Golf Courses Itsy Bitsy Boutique 416 E. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1667 Clothing & Apparel Children & Infants

j J & S Construction 1843 Foreman Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-7475 jsconstruction.com Building Contractors J J Jax Gifts 146 S. Lowe Ave.

Jackson Heating & Cooling 2104 W. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9447 Heating & Cooling Contractors Jackson Properties P.O. Box 2585 Cookeville, TN 38502 (931) 260-1663 Real Estate - Property Management James E. Woodford 939 Robin Lane Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-8020 Individual Members James K. Morton 5321 McGavock Rd. Brentwood, TN 37027 (615) 370-2891 Individual Members Past Chamber Chair

Jeff Miller Home Inspection 182 Roland Rd. Livingston, TN 38570 Home Inspection Services Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ 521 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4605 jacoc.org Churches Jere Whitson Elementary 178 E. Jere Whitson Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-6575 jerewhitsonwildcats.net Schools - Secondary & Elementary Jerry C. Gaw, Inc. 640 N. Dixie Ave. Ste. B Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3700


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jcgawinc.com Apartments Building Contractors Storage - Self Service Jerry Cantrell 1125 Mt. Vernon Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-8621 Past Chamber Chair Jerry Robbins Landscaping & Irrigation 1030 Robin Lane Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3620 Landscape Contractors Jim Hicks 1276 E. 10th St. Cookeville, TN 38501 Individual Members Past Chamber Chair Jimmy Lewis Auto Sales 1575 Interstate Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-5530 jimmylewisautosales.com Automobile - Repair & Service Automobile Dealers - Used Cars Joe Albrecht 1560 Country Club Place Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-1317 Individual Members Past Chamber Chair Joe Scardina 261 Admiral Point Dr. Rock Island, TN 38581 (931) 537-6361 Past Chamber Chair John B. Averitt, PhD 100 W. Fourth St. Ste. 300 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2722 Individual Members John F. Rhodes DMD 1100 Neal St. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4912 thecookevilledentist.com Dentists John Keith Nichols, MD 105 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9518 Physicians - Physiatry

John Martin Epley Jr., MD 125 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-7581 Physicians Ophthalmology John Poteet 627 Canter Lane Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-9170 Individual Members Past Chamber Chair Johns Family & Implant Dentistry 121 S. Washington Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-6547 johnsdentistry.com Dentists Johnson Nursery & Garden Center LLC 1717 E. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 528-8000 johnsongardencenter.com Garden Centers/Nurseries Journey Financial Planning 588 Cunningham Lane Baxter, TN 38544 (931) 858-0902 Financial Consultants/ Investment Services Judge John Maddux 228 E. Broad St. Rm. 206 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-6692 Government - State Julie Gibson - First Realty Company 116 S. Lowe Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1573 firstrealty.net Real Estate - Residential

k Kathy Dunn - First Realty Company 116 S. Lowe Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 265-4575 kathydunn.com Real Estate - Residential Kelly Tayes, Private Conservator, LLC 5110 Cherry Creek Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506

(931) 372-1303 kellytayes.com Conservatorships/Family Consultants

lq.com Hotels & Motels

Kelsan Inc. 644 Bloomington Rd. Baxter, TN 38544 (800) 467-7111 kelsan.biz Janitorial Equipment & Supplies

Larco Medical, Inc. 405 N. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-7573 larcomed.com Hospital Equipment & Supplies Medical Equipment & Supplies

Kids Kare Pediatrics & Pediatric Cardiology 758 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-6173 Physicians - Pediatrics

Larry Epps 709 Russell Strausse Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9571 eppsisrunning.com Individual Members

Kindred Transitional Care & Rehabilitation Masters 278 Dry Valley Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-6524 mastershealthcare.com Nursing Homes

Laverne & Janet’s Jewelry 408 W. Jackson St. Ste. F Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2654 laverneandjanets.com Jewelers - Retail Repair Service - Watches, Jewelry

Kroger Company 445 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4575 kroger.com Bakeries Florists Grocers - Retail Pharmacies

l Lafever Insurance Agency 727 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3377 Insurance Lakeland Electric Company, Inc. 1560 Brown Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-7216 lakelande.com Electrical Contractors

Lavonda Moore 310 Whitson Chapel Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 528-5077 Individual Members Past Chamber Chair Law Office of Donna Simpson 51 E. First St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2933 dsimpsonlaw.com Attorneys Leadership Putnam 108 Lowe Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5331 leadershipputnam.com Business Organizations Civic Clubs & Community Organizations Community Development Organizations Training - Leadership

Lamar Advertising Co. 330 Buffalo Valley Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-5766 lamar.com Signage/Billboard

Leather Worx 3130 Baxter Rd. Baxter, TN 38544 (931) 858-5005 Clothing & Apparel - Men’s Clothing & Apparel Women’s

LaQuinta Inn & Suites 1131 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 520-3800

Lee Company 1140 First Ave. South Baxter, TN 38544 (931) 520-3434

leecompany.com Electrical Contractors Heating & Cooling Contractors Mechanical Contractors Plumbing Contractors Leisa A. Stanberry, CPA 880 W. Jackson St. Ste. E Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-7675 stanberrycpa.com Bookkeeping Services Business & Management Consulting Payroll & Tax Preparation Service Lenhart Design Company 323 E. Spring St. Ste. D Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1220 lenhartdesign.com Interior Decorators & Designers Leon C. Burns 228 E. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1114 Individual Members Leon Delozier 1511 Doris Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5550 Past Chamber Chair Leonard Machine Company 525 E. 15th St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-1537 leonardmachine.com Manufacturers Production Machining Leslie Sullins P.O. Box 2607 Cookeville, TN 38502 (931) 520-3393 Individual Members Leslie Town Centre One W. First St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-7200 leslietowncentre.com Banquet Halls Conference Facilities Meeting Facilities Libby Capps - American Way Real Estate 710 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 260-4186 libbycapps.com Real Estate - Residential

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Liberty Square Inc. 410 E. Spring St. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-7511 Shopping Centers Life Church 2223 N. Washington Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-6900 cookevilleag.com Churches Lighthouse Learning Center 1160 Perimeter Park Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-7400 Daycares Schools - Private LoJac Materials 815 Delman Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-9118 Building Materials Concrete Blocks & Shapes Stone - Natural Lorrie L. Henson, MD 137 W. Second St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-4887 Physicians Gastroenterology Lowe’s of Cookeville 510 Neal St. East Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 646-4100 lowes.com Building Materials Garden & Lawn Equipment & Supplies Lighting Fixtures & Supplies LPL Financial Inc. 3425 Manassas Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-2269 Financial Services Insurance Luna & Birdwell Investment Group 440 S. Lowe Ave. Ste. 29 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5862 raymondjames.com Financial Consultants/ Investment Services Stock & Bond Brokers Luxe Boutique 109 W. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 854-1844

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luxeboutiquecookeville.com Clothing & Apparel Women’s

m M P Components, LLC 1805 Lemon Farris Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 525-1600 mpcomponents.net Manufacturers - Inspection Tooling

Marble Slab 541 S. Willow Ave. Ste. 106 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-7522 Caterers Ice Cream & Frozen Desserts Restaurants Marco’s Pizza 447 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. C Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-1200 marcos.com Restaurants

Mac Evans - American Way Real Estate 710 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9581 Real Estate - Residential

Martelia Crawford, Attorney 101 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-8442 Attorneys

MacKool Manufacturing LLC 1562 S. Maple Ave. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 526-6191 Promotional Items Screenprinting

Mary Kay Cosmetics – Peggy Jenkins 359 CC Camp Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-5709 marykay.com/pjenkins Cosmetics & Perfumes Retail Home-Based Businesses Skin Care Products/Services

Maggart Tire Company LLC 261 Shipley St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-8425 Tire Dealers - Retail Mainord & Associates Appraisal Services 167 W. Main St. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 520-8118 Appraisers - Real Estate Mandarin Palace 791 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 525-2628 mandarinpalacetn.com Restaurants Manpower 768 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. Q Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9040 us.manpower.com Employment Agencies MapleCross Wealth Management LLC 480 Neal St. Ste. 101 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-0777 maplecross.com Financial Planning & Investment Consultants

MasterSingers Inc. P.O. Box 5045 Cookeville, TN 38505 mastersingersinc.com Entertainment Nonprofit Service Organization Mauricio’s Italian Restaurant 232 N. Peachtree St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-2456 mauricioscookeville.com Restaurants Maximus 1000 England Dr. Ste. G Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-3034 maximus.com Employment Agencies McCloud’s Asphalt Sealing 1233 Meadow Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 260-0309 Paving/Asphalt Contractors McMillan’s Airport Shuttle 1150 E. 10th St. Apt. I-6

Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 650-0430 Airport Shuttle Services

Payroll & Tax Preparation Service Tax Planning & Preparation

McReynolds Builders 643 Canter Lane Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 979-7979 mcreynoldsbuilders.com Building Contractors

Michael Detwiler 1655 Bennie Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 252-8228 Individual Members

ME Industries, Inc. 250 Mill St. Algood, TN 38506 (931) 537-3533 Manufacturers - Industrial Pressure Vessels Meadows Homes, Inc. 124 S. Dixie Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-2800 Mobile/Manufactured Homes - Dealers MedVance Institute 1025 Hwy. 111 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3660 fortis.edu Schools - Universities & Colleges (Technical, Academic) Training - Vocational Merle Norman Cosmetics & Beauty Queens Boutique 1166 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 526-6576 Clothing & Apparel Women’s Cosmetics & Perfumes Retail Tuxedo Rentals METCOM Inc. 2178 Fisk Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 526-8412 metcomusa.com Manufacturers - Laser Cutting Manufacturers - Metal Spinnings, Metal Stampings Michael Brady Inc. 323 E. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 644-2122 michaelbradyinc.com Architects

Michael’s Video Productions 1570 Brown Ave. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-7997 michaelsvideoproductions.com Audio-Video Production/ Systems Sound Systems & Equipment Video Production Services Middle Tennessee Eye Associates 315 N. Washington Ave. Ste. 190 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-1994 middletneye.com Ophthalmologists Optical Goods - Retail Physicians Ophthalmology Middle Tennessee Federal Credit Union 1255 E. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-9400 midtenfcu.com Credit Unions Middle Tennessee Jewelry 889 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. B Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4653 Jewelers - Retail Repair Service - Watches, Jewelry Middle Tennessee Natural Gas District 1030 W. Broad St. Smithville, TN 37166 (615) 597-4300 mtng.com Gas Companies - Natural Middle Tennessee Surgical Specialists 203 N. Cedar Ave. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1992 midtnsurgery.com Physicians - Surgeons

Michael D. McNelly CPA 210 S. Jefferson Ave. Mid-State Cookeville, TN 38501 Construction Co., Inc. (931) 528-0110 9190 Bradford Hicks Dr. Bookkeeping Services


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Livingston, TN 38570 (931) 823-7345 mid-stateconstruction.com Building Contractors Midstate Termite & Pest Control Inc. 833 W. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4222 midstateservice.com Pest Control Mid-Tenn Nursery & Landscaping 513 Cora Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-8317 midtennnursery.com Garden Centers/Nurseries Landscape Contractors Mills Linen Service 287 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9795 Linen Supplies & Services Mills Properties P.O. Box 2401 Cookeville, TN 38502 (931) 261-5307 Rental Properties Commercial MMA Creative 705 N. Dixie Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-8852 mmacreative.com Marketing/Advertising Marketing/PR/Graphic Design Website Development Public Relations Agency Monte Gaw Appraisal Service 1335 Inglewood Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-0388 montegawappraisalservice. homesandland.com Appraisers - Real Estate Auctioneers Real Estate Brokers Monterey High School 710 Commercial Ave. Monterey, TN 38574 (931) 839-2970 montereywildcats.com Schools - Secondary & Elementary Monterey Limestone Company, Inc. 11825 Matheney Rd. Monterey, TN 38574

(931) 823-5619 Sand and Gravel Stone - Crushed Monterey United Methodist Church 124 N. Holly St. Monterey, TN 38574 (931) 839-2597 Churches Moore, Rader & Fitzpatrick PC 46 N. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3311 Attorneys MooreEyes, LLC 209 E. Commercial Ave. Monterey, TN 38574 (931) 839-3937 mooreeyesfamilyvisioncenter. com Medical Services Optometrists Morningside of Cookeville 1010 E. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 525-1083 morningsideassistedliving.com Assisted Living Facilities Mortgage Investors Group 120 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9496 mortgageinvestorsgroup.com Loans

mustardseedranchtn.org Children’s Homes

n N & L Business Systems Inc. 430 Long St. Livingston, TN 38570 (931) 823-6134 nlbusinesssystems.com Copy Machines & Supplies NAPA Auto Parts of Cookeville 606 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-6121 napacookeville.com Automobile - Parts & Supplies Nashville Pain Center 545 E. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-1799 Physicians - Pain Management Nashville State Community CollegeCookeville Campus 1000 Neal St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-0551 nscc.edu Schools - Universities & Colleges (Technical, Academic)

Nelson Trophy & Screen Printing 199 Green Mountain Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-6467 Promotional Consultants Screenprinting Signs Mr. Transmission/Milex Trophies - Awards - Plaques 762 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 NESCO, Inc. (931) 520-4004 1011 Volunteer Dr. Automobile - Repair & Cookeville, TN 38506 Service (931) 372-0130 amaizablaze.com Mullins Vision Manufacturers - Multi-Fuel Associates PLLC Stoves 585 E. 10th St. Cookeville, TN 38501 New Beginnings (931) 526-6711 Assembly of God mullinsvision.com 2193 W. Broad St. Optometrists Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2890 Mustard Seed Ranch Churches P.O. Box 3814 Cookeville, TN 38502 New Day Services LLC (931) 525-7333 115 Rileys Path Motel 6 1100 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 528-1040 motel6.com Hotels & Motels

Algood, TN 38506 (931) 537-6777 newdayservices.net Commercial Janitorial Services Landscape Contractors Maintenance - Commercial Property New York Life Insurance Co. 320 E. Broad St. Ste. 1A Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 525-5433 andreaburckhard.com Business Services Financial Services Insurance NewWave Link 416 W. Jackson St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-7824 newwavelink.com Cell Phone Accessories Cellular Telephones Wireless Telecommunications NHC Healthcare 815 S. Walnut Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5516 nhccookeville.com Nursing Homes NHC HomeCare 567 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-2722 Home Health Services Nick’s Restaurant & Lounge 895 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1434 nickscookeville.com Meeting Facilities Restaurants Nielsen Bainbridge LLC 1267 N. Grundy Quarles Hwy. Gainesboro, TN 38562 (931) 268-0241 nbframing.com Manufacturers - Picture Frames Noble Cody 1522 Barnes Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-1032 Individual Members Nolan Goolsby 353 Nash Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501

(931) 526-1041 Individual Members Norrod Builders, Inc. 2525 Hwy. 111 North Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-6563 norrodbuilders.com Building Contractors Northeast Elementary School 575 Old Kentucky Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2978 putnam.k12tn.net/nes Schools - Secondary & Elementary Nu Image Promotions Inc. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 823-5455 nuimagepromotions.com Marketing/Advertising Printing Services Promotional Consultants

o OB-GYN Associates 317 N. Hickory Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-7527 Physicians - Obstetrics & Gynecology Occupational Health Center 315 N. Washington Ave. Ste. 165 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-1604 occhealth.md Physicians - Occupational Medicine Odyssey Hospice 851 S. Willow Ave. Ste. 102 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5133 gentiva.com Hospice Care OfficeMax 575 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. B Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 525-1428 copymax.com Office Supplies Old Gainesboro Road Utility District 4865 Gainesboro Grade Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-7210 Nonprofit Service Organization

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Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-9100 O’Mara & Johnson PLLC pacesetterstn.com 310 E. Broad St. Ste. D Mental Retardation/Mental Cookeville, TN 38501 Disabilities (931) 526-8812 Nonprofit Service Attorneys Organization Social Service One Eleven Business Organizations Center 1260 Winterhill Dr. Paige Final Expense Cookeville, TN 38501 Services (931) 528-5021 P.O. Box 2541 Business Centers Cookeville, TN 38502 (931) 284-8360 One Hour Martinizing Insurance 377 Foutch Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 Papa Murphy’s Pizza (931) 526-4687 770 S. Jefferson Ave. cookevillemartinizing.com Cookeville, TN 38501 Alterations (931) 520-7272 Cleaners & Laundries papamurphys.com Linen Supplies & Services Restaurants Tuxedo Rentals Par 3 Technology OnWav Inc. 213 N. Peachtree Ave. 8 S. Washington Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-8578 (931) 476-2121 par3technology.com onwav.com Engineering Consultants Communication Equipment Paramedicals & Systems - Telephone Unlimited, Inc. Internet Access Providers 6535 Bob Lynn Rd. Telecommunications Cookeville, TN 38501 Telephone Service - Long (931) 520-0911 Distance Insurance Oreck Commercial Physical Examinations Sales/Edmar Tennessee Park View Elementary 1580 Holladay Rd. School Cookeville, TN 38506 545 Scott Ave. (931) 432-6556 Cookeville, TN 38501 oreckcommercial.com (931) 526-2516 Vacuum Cleaner Sales & putnam.k12tn.net/pves Service Schools - Secondary & Oreck Manufacturing Elementary 1400 Salem Rd. Paul Ramsey Cookeville, TN 38506 P.O. Box 3324 (931) 646-7800 Cookeville, TN 38502 oreck.com Manufacturers - Home Care (931) 526-7676 Individual Members Products Manufacturers - Vacuum Peachtree Planning Cleaners 10 W. Broad St. Ste. 300 Cookeville, TN 38501 Overton County News (931) 644-5795 415 W. Main St. peachtreeplanning.com Livingston, TN 38570 Financial Planning & (931) 823-6485 Investment Consultants overtoncountynews.com Insurance Newspapers Utility Companies - Water

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Pebbles 2 18 W. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 854-9229 Fashion Accessories Jewelers - Retail

Perdue Farms 2300 Industrial Dr. Monterey, TN 38574 (931) 839-5000 Manufacturers - Meat/ Poultry Processing Personal Growth & Learning Center 509 N. Cedar St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-8435 Business & Management Consulting Counselors - Human Relations Mental Health Services Personal Training Studio LLC 139 Stout St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 525-1200 Personal Training Peter Metts 127 E. Fourth St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3817 Past Chamber Chair Petrie’s One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning 649 Horace Lewis Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 528-8888 petriecompany.com Air Conditioning Contractors Heating & Cooling Contractors Phoenix U.S.A., Inc. 51 Borden St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-6128 phoenixusa.com Manufacturers Commercial Truck Parts & Products

Plateau Mental Health Center 1200 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 432-4123 vbhcs.org Drug Abuse & Addiction Information & Treatment Drug/Alcohol Outpatient Treatment Mental Health Services

Praise Cathedral Church – A Church of God 719 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-8701 cookevillepcc.org Churches

Potter’s Ace Hardware of Algood 615 W. Main St. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-3312 pottersace.com Building Materials Hardware - Retail Home Improvements

Primerica Financial Services 228 E. Broad St. Ste. 201 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-0006 primerica.com/larryspain Financial Services Insurance Investment Services Mutual Funds

Prescott South Elementary School 115 W. Cemetery Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 PM Environmental, Inc. (931) 526-2275 pses.pcsstn.com 1053 Oak Hill Dr. Schools - Secondary & Cookeville, TN 38501 Elementary (931) 432-5552 pmenv.com Environmental & Ecological Prescott South Middle School Services 1859 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38506 Poppy’s Cafe (931) 528-3647 37 N. Cedar Ave. Ste. B putnam.k12tn.net/psms Cookeville, TN 38501 Schools - Secondary & (931) 854-0580 Elementary Restaurants

Potter’s Ace Home Center 325 Newman Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-8413 pottersace.com Building Materials Hardware - Retail Home Improvements

Potter’s Home Center of Baxter 6419 Nashville Hwy. Baxter, TN 38544 (931) 858-1122 pottersace.com Pioneer Credit Company Building Materials 380 S. Lowe Ave. Ste. D2 Hardware - Retail Cookeville, TN 38501 Home Improvements (931) 526-3886 Power of Putnam Loans 1400 Neal St. Plateau Eco-Sports Cookeville, TN 38506 370 S. Lowe Ave. Ste. A-228 (931) 520-7531 Cookeville, TN 38501 powerofputnam.org (931) 854-9097 Civic Clubs & Community plateauecosports.com Organizations Sports Organizations Nonprofit Service Sports/Outdoor Recreation Organization Tourist Destinations

Print Link Printing 320 Transport Dr. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-7474 Printing Services ProBuild of Cookeville 1848 Browns Mill Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 372-1320 probuild.com Building Materials Progressive Savings Bank 1080 Interstate Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-2265 psbgroup.net Banks ProTech Services, LLC 264 Tommy Dodson Hwy. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 260-0400 Petroleum/Gas Equipment PSC Metals, Inc. 15 Mill Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2315


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pscmetals.com Scrap Metals Putnam 1st Mercantile Bank 200 W. Jackson St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-6372 1stmerc.net Banks Loans Putnam County Assessor of Property 300 E. Spring St. Rm. 1 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-8428 putnamcountytn.gov/ assessorofproperty Government - County Putnam County Board of Education 1400 E. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 526-9777 putnamcountyschools.com Board of Education Government - County Putnam County Circuit Court Clerk 504 W. 12th St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1508 putnamcountytn.gov Government - County Putnam County Court Clerk 121 S. Dixie Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-7106 putnamco.org Government - County Putnam County Executive 300 E. Spring St. Rm. 8 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2161 putnamcountytn.gov Government - County Putnam County Family YMCA 235 Raider Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1133 ymcamidtn.org/putnam Fitness Centers Putnam County Habitat for Humanity 728 E. 15th St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1711

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R Cubed Environmental Solutions Putnam County 204 Cherry Ave. Highway Department Cookeville, TN 38501 505 E. Veterans Dr. (931) 529-3945 Cookeville, TN 38501 rcubednow.com (931) 526-4864 Environmental & Ecological Government - County Services Putnam County Library Recycling Services System R. D. Dishman & 50 E. Broad St. Associates Inc. Cookeville, TN 38501 472 Falling Water Rd. (931) 526-2416 Cookeville, TN 38506 pclibrary.org (931) 537-9969 Libraries - Public rddishman.com Nonprofit Service Manufacturers Organization Representative Putnam County Plastic Automation Equipment Molding R. J. Young Company 815 Delman Dr. 145 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. E Cookeville, TN 38501 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-3234 (931) 526-3300 pcpm.net rjyoung.com Manufacturers - Plastic Copy Machines & Supplies Injection Molding Putnam County Tree Service 130 Borden St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-3828 Excavation Contractors Tree Services

q Quality Home Health Care 418 N. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5936 qualityhomehealth.com Home Health Services Quality Service Group LLC 984 Humble Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 646-7100 qualityservicegroup.biz Manufacturing Services Quiznos Subs 899 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 284-3928 Fast Food - Drive-Thru Restaurants

Rains Agency 1080 Interstate Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-6787 rainsagency.com Insurance Ralph’s Donut Shop 59 S. Cedar Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4231 Fast Food - Drive-Thru Restaurants Randolph Electronics 1601 Blackwell Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 526-6184 randolphandparks.com Computers – Sales & Service Technology – Products Technology – Services

Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-0778 Stock & Bond Brokers

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Ray’s Rapid Response Heating & Cooling 2523 Hwy. 111 North Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 646-4729 raysrapidresponse.com Air & Water Purification Systems Heating & Cooling Contractors

Richard Rinks & Associates, Inc. 30 N. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5543 rinks-consulting.com Architects Engineering Consultants

Red Roof Inn 1292 S. Walnut Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-2020 redroof.com Hotels & Motels Regional Oral Surgery Center 33 W. Third St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-6252 Dentists Physicians - Oral Surgery Regions Bank 10 W. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2181 Banks Reliable Building Service LLC 108 N. Cedar Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-1578 reliabletn.com Building Contractors Remar Inc. 6200 E. Division St. Lebanon, TN 37090 (615) 449-0231 remarinc.com Mailing Services

Research Electronics Int’l 455 Security Place Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-6032 Rapid Machine Company Manufacturers - High-Tech 1572 S. Maple Ave. Bldg. B Security Products Cookeville, TN 38506 Rib City Grill (931) 528-7975 780 W. Jackson St. Manufacturers - Machine Cookeville, TN 38501 Shop (931) 372-7100 Manufacturers - Metal ribcity.com Fabrication & Powder Restaurants Coating Raymond James Financial Services 430 N. Washington Ave. Ste. A

Richard A. Campbell 522 Concord Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501

Rick Larsen 4153 Shady Lane Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 432-1853 Past Chamber Chair Right at Home of the Upper Cumberlands 1680 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 854-1605 rightathomeuc.com Home Health Services Rising Above Ministries 213 Reagan St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-7473 risingaboveministries.org Nonprofit Service Organization RiverWatch Golf Club 235 Harbour Greens Place Sparta, TN 38583 (931) 761-8125 riverwatchgolfclub.com Family Entertainment Golf Courses Restaurants Robert C. Davis 745 Clark Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2069 Individual Members Robert Clark Childress DDS 219 N. Oak Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-6536 Dentists Robert W. Agee Inc. 19 Depot St. Sparta, TN 38583 (931) 836-3163 Petroleum Products Distributors Robinson Dental Care 738 E. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-8880 Dentists

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Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation P.O. Box 391 Cookeville, TN 38503 (931) 252-0780 Civic Clubs & Community Organizations Rogers Group, Inc. 355 E. Main St. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-6535 rogersgroupinc.com Stone - Crushed Roland Digital Media 2300 W. Jackson St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-8100 rolandadvertising.com Marketing/Advertising Signage/Billboard Website Development

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Salon 5 430 E. Neal St. Ste. B Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3483 Beauty Salons

SEC Enterprises, Inc. 2128 Burton Branch Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-6055 Beer Distributors Distributors - Beverages

Salon DaVinci 708 E. 10th St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-2887 Beauty Salons Massage Therapy Nail Salons Tanning Salons

Security 7 Alarms, Inc. 360 S. Lowe Ave. Ste. B Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-2005 security7alarms.com Security Control Equipment, Systems & Monitoring

Sam’s Club 1177 Sams St. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 528-2070 samsclub.com Ron Baker Photography Department Stores Electronic Equipment & 118 Big Springs Circle Supplies Cookeville, TN 38501 Grocers - Retail (931) 526-6886 Tire Dealers - Retail rbakerphotography.com Photographers - Portrait Sand Products LLC Printed/Published 4039 Hanging Limb Hwy. Advertising Monterey, TN 38574 Rotary Club of Cookeville (931) 839-7272 Sand and Gravel P.O. Box 1005 Cookeville, TN 38503 Business/Networking Associations & Organizations Civic Clubs & Community Organizations

Roy Byrd & Associates 251 S. Willow Ave. Ste. 2 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-0251 Social Security Disability Claims & Appeals RPM Heating, Cooling, Plumbing & Electrical 8328 Roberts Matthews Hwy. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 644-3455 rpmtotalservice.com Electrical Contractors Heating & Cooling Contractors Plumbing Contractors Restoration & Remodeling Russell Stover Candies, Inc. 1976 Chocolate Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-2750 Candy Shops Gifts/Gift Shops

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Satellite Med 1120 Sams St. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 528-7312 satellitemed.com Clinics - Medical Scarlett Catering 1896 E. First St. Crossville, TN 38555 (931) 510-6119 scarlettcatering.com Caterers Scott Copeland Cookeville, TN Past Chamber Chair Scrapbook It LLC 221 Hub Circle Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-2571 scrapbookitllc.com Hobby & Model Shops Scrapbooking - Supplies, Service & Instruction Seanaree Albrecht First Realty Company 1630 Country Club Place Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 260-7470

Security Fence Inc. 1491 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 526-3603 Fencing Gates - Automatic Ornamental Metal Gates & Fences Select Transportation 70 Kirby Lane Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-7696 Trucking - Motor Freight

(931) 526-9581 shirleyriddletnhomes.com Real Estate - Residential Shoney’s Restaurant 1214 880 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-1022 Restaurants Sleep Unlimited Cookeville 1150 Perimeter Park Dr. Ste. D Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 525-1160 Clinics - Medical Physicians - Sleep Disorder Medicine Smith Electric 226 W. Stevens St. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2898 Electrical Contractors Soard Properties 221 N. Washington Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-1988 Apartments Real Estate - Property Rentals

Socius Medical Billing Service 136 E. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 854-1011 sociusmbs.com Billing, Payroll, &/or SERVPRO of Cookeville, Collection Services Carthage, Smithville & Solid Rock Concrete Woodbury Renovations 3171 Hwy. 111 215 Hawkins Crawford Rd. Algood, TN 38506 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-9292 (931) 808-2882 Cleaning Services Concrete Construction Fire Damage Restoration Commercial & Residential Sherwin-Williams Restoration & Remodeling Company Solutions IT 170 S. Jefferson Ave. Consulting, LLC Cookeville, TN 38501 135 S. Madison Ave. (931) 526-6261 Cookeville, TN 38501 sherwin-williams.com (931) 528-9010 Paint & Wallpaper Dealers solutionsitconsulting.com Ships ‘n Trips Computers - Systems, 440 N. Washington Ave. Designers & Consultants Cookeville, TN 38501 South Willow Auto (931) 528-7245 Clinic Travel Agencies 640 S. Willow Ave. Shirley Riddle Cookeville, TN 38501 American Way Real (931) 528-2625 Estate southwillowautoclinic.com 710 S. Jefferson Ave. Automobile - Repair & Cookeville, TN 38501 Service Sentry Shred LLC 751 E. 22nd St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3022 sentryshred.com Shredding Service On-Site

SouthEast Bank 744 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-0138 southeastbank.com Banks Southern Comforts 118 S. Dixie Ave. Ste. 1 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-0968 socomforts.com Caregiver Services Chore Services Southern Hills Golf & Country Club 4770 Ben Jared Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 432-5149 southernhillsgolf.net Banquet Halls Golf Courses Southern Landscapes & Irrigation Systems LLC 1304 Shag Rag Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 528-5223 Landscape Contractors Southern Sun Salon 551 E. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4105 Beauty Salons Nail Salons Tanning Salons Spankies 203 E. Ninth St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1050 Restaurants SportClips Haircuts 416 W. Jackson St. Ste. C Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 854-0318 haircutmencookevilletn.com Barber Shops Sports House 55 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-9002 Screenprinting Sporting Goods Sportsman’s World Marine 1470 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 528-5476 Boat Dealers & Repair Staffing Solutions 728 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. 7 Cookeville, TN 38501


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(931) 528-4061 staffingsolutions.com Employment Agencies Stage One Dance Studio 3 N. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-8238 stageonedancer.com Dance Instruction Staging Spaces 4295 Howard Draper Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 261-9678 stagingspacestn.com Home Staging Services Interior Decorators & Designers Star Motor Inn 1115 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9511 starmotorinn.com Hotels & Motels Star Physical Therapy 315 N. Washington Ave. Ste. 240 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 854-1203 starptusa.com Medical Services Physical Therapy Rehabilitation Services State Farm Insurance Elwood Ervin 108 W. Jackson St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9693 Financial Services Insurance State Farm Insurance John White 235 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-6464 Insurance State Farm Insurance Josh Tucker 921 S. Willow Ave. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 646-0000 Insurance State Farm Insurance Suzanne Worrell 595 E. 10th St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-8795 Insurance State Farm Insurance Agency - J. T. Turnbow 107 S. Washington Ave.

Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5587 jtturnbow.com Financial Planning & Investment Consultants Financial Services Insurance Retirement Benefits Seniors Stevens Street Baptist Church School of Performing Arts 327 W. Stevens St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-6398 stevensstreet.org Churches Fine Arts & Crafts Music Lessons Vocal Training Stone Steel, LLC 715 E. 15th St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-1063 stonesteel.net Manufacturers - Welding & Repair Service Stonecom Radio 259 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-6064 stonecomradio.com Radio Stations Stonehaus Winery, Inc. 2444 Genesis Rd. Crossville, TN 38571 (931) 484-9463 stonehauswinery.com Wineries Stover’s LLC 452 W. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2591 stovers.com Building Materials Stroud’s Barbeque 1201 E. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-7020 stroudsbbq.com Caterers Fast Food - Drive-Thru Restaurants Stuart C. Irby Co. 228 W. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2646 irby.com Electrical Distribution Industrial & Commercial

Sugar & Spice 1523 Forrest Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 239-2497 Home Staging Services Interior Decorators & Designers Sun Loan Company 124 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3240 sunloan.com Loans Tax Preparation Services SunTrust Online 1575 Lemon Farris Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 646-8007 Banks Customer Contact Center Super 8 - Monterey 522 E. Stratton Ave. Monterey, TN 38574 (931) 584-0070 super8.com Hotels & Motels

Synergy Products, Inc. 1300 Boyd Farris Rd. Ste. B Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 525-1244 Manufacturers - Ink Jet & Food Grade Products

t Tammie Ragsdale 609 Preston St. Livingston, TN 38570 (931) 823-1918 Individual Members Tasteful Culinary Creations, Inc. - Naked Salsa 376 N. McBroom Chapel Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 265-8989 getnakedsalsa.com Food Distributors

Tectonic Social Management 132 Judd Lane Cookeville, TN 38501 Susan Hogan - American (931) 303-3678 Way Real Estate tectonicsocial.com 710 S. Jefferson Ave. Business Services Cookeville, TN 38501 Ted Lundy (931) 260-8103 1859 Cherokee Bluff Dr. susanhogan.com Knoxville, TN 37920 Real Estate - Residential Individual Members Susan Johnson - First Past Chamber Chair Realty Company Tee It Up & Restaurant 116 S. Lowe Ave. Pocket Guides Cookeville, TN 38501 316 E. Mineral Ave. (931) 261-5596 Monterey, TN 38574 uppercumberlandareahomes. (931) 319-1833 com Printed/Published Real Estate - Residential Advertising Swallows/Sandlin Ten Broeck Tennessee 343 Foutch Dr. 1 W. Medical Center Blvd. 5 Cookeville, TN 38501 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-7621 (931) 783-2572 Financial Services Behavorial Health - Private Sycamore Elementary Practice School Mental Health Services 452 Ellis Ave. Tennessee Bible College Cookeville, TN 38501 450 Grandview Dr. (931) 526-9322 Cookeville, TN 38506 putnam.k12tn.net/ses (931) 526-2616 Schools - Secondary & tn-biblecollege.edu Elementary Schools - Universities Sylvan Learning Center & Colleges (Technical, 600 E. Veterans Dr. Academic) Cookeville, TN 38501 Tennessee Heart PLLC (931) 528-2543 228 W. Fourth St. Ste. 200 earlyscholars.com Cookeville, TN 38501 Schools - Private (931) 372-0405

tnheart.net Physicians - Cardiology Tennessee Master Restoration 1650 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 372-0406 Restoration & Remodeling Tennessee Pediatric & Adolescent Health Care 435 N. Cedar Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-6100 tennesseepediatric.com Physicians - Pediatrics Tennessee Print Masters (TPM) 586 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. H Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 614-4465 tnprintmasters.com Clothing & Apparel - Men’s Marketing/Advertising Promotional Items Signage/Billboard Tennessee Race Timing 370 S. Lowe Ave. Ste. A207 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 252-0754 tnracetiming.com Sports Equipment - Retail Technology - Products Tennessee Spine Joint & Pain Management 126 W. Jackson St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-5311 tn-pain.com Physicians - Chiropractic Physicians - Pain Management Tennessee State Representative Ryan Williams 301 Sixth Ave. North Ste. 109 War Memorial Bldg. Nashville, TN 37243 (615) 741-1875 Government - State Tennessee State Senator Charlotte Burks 304 War Memorial Bldg. Nashville, TN 37243 (615) 741-3978 Government - State Tennessee Tech University 1 William L. Jones Dr. Cookeville, TN 38505 (931) 372-3311

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tntech.edu Schools - Universities & Colleges (Academic) Tessa N. Lawson, Attorney at Law 145 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. A2 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-1972 Attorneys The Berry Company 4050 Piedmont Pkwy. Ste. 309 High Point, NC 27265 (800) 578-2533 theberrycompany.com Publishers - Area Telephone Book The Building Center 1300 W. Main St. Livingston, TN 38570 (931) 823-5621 Building Materials The Foundation at Cookeville Regional 1 Medical Center Blvd. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 783-2037 thecrmcfoundation.org Fund-Raising Consultants Nonprofit Service Organization The Jones Law Firm 715 E. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4633 gwenjoneslawfirm.com Attorneys The Learning Garden 5144 Nashville Hwy. Baxter, TN 38544 (931) 858-0006 facebook.com/learninggarden Daycares Schools - Preschools The Little Gym of Cookeville 800 Fisk Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 Fitness Centers Training – Sports & Fitness The Market on the Square 6 N. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-7688 themarketonthesquare.net Gifts/Gift Shops The Pet Pal Gal 6052 Commodore Circle Baxter, TN 38544 (931) 510-3618 5 0 | T h e S o u r c e b o o k + No. 18

thepetpalgal.com Pet Sitting The Realty Firm 145 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. A1 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-7750 therealtyfirmagent.com Real Estate - Commercial Real Estate - Residential Real Estate Brokers The River Community Church 1200 Miracle Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 528-3660 therivercc.com Churches The Sk8 1810 Foreman Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-2758 the-sk8.com Family Entertainment Skating Rinks The Swallows Newman Agency 480 Neal St. Ste. 100 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4025 swallowsinsurance.com Insurance The Technology Store 921 S. Willow Ave. Ste. C Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-7243 Electronic Equipment & Supplies Television - Cable & CATV Companies The Tennessee Credit Union 1281 S. Walnut Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-8160 ttcu.org Credit Unions The Whistle Stop 303 Broad St. Baxter, TN 38544 (931) 858-3287 Caterers Family Entertainment Restaurants

This and That Gifts 400 Dubois Rd. Ste. A-22 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4438 Gifts/Gift Shops Jewelers - Retail Toy Store Thomas Chervenak 5573 Beverly Square Way Knoxville, TN 37918 (865) 689-2010 Individual Members Past Chamber Chair Thomas Deberry 1225 Creekwood Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2530 Individual Members Thomas Lawrence 100 W. Fourth St. Ste. 200 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1575 Past Chamber Chair Thomas Lynn P.O. Box 848 Cookeville, TN 38503 (931) 525-2301 Individual Members Past Chamber Chair Thompson Machinery Commerce Corp. 667 Horace Lewis Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 646-3200 thompsonmachinery.com Construction Equipment Rental & Leasing Tier 1 Health & Wellness 105 S. Willow Ave. Ste. 100 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9518 t1institute.com Health Remedies Medical Services Toney Hudson 475 S. Maple Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9400 Past Chamber Chair

Total Outdoor Services 277 Old Bohannon Mine Rd. Crossville, TN 38571 Theta Upsilon Alumni & (931) 277-3005 House Corp. totaloutdoorservices.us P.O. Box 2051 Landscape Contractors Cookeville, TN 38502 Lawn Care & Property (615) 377-1999 Maintenance Civic Clubs & Community Maintenance - Commercial Organizations Property

Wastewater Collection Systems Total Quality, Inc. 125 Security Place Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 372-0575 Manufacturers - Electronic Automotive Testing Towne & Country Flowers 611 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5969 towneandcountryflowers.com Florists Trademark Printing 502 W. Spring St. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-3421 trademarkprinting.net Printing Services TriGreen Equipment LLC 1490 Interstate Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-8544 Farm Equipment Trinity Assembly of God 205 W. Wall St. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-9830 trinityalgood.com Churches Nonprofit Service Organization True Love Tattoo 400 Dubois St. Ste. 4A Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 252-3307 facebook.com/truelovetattootn Tattooing Trustaff 490 E. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-0055 trustaff.com Employment Agencies TTL, Inc. 5010 Linbar Dr. Ste. 153 Nashville, TN 37211 (615) 331-7770 ttlinc.com Analytical Laboratory Services Environmental & Ecological Services Geotechnical Engineering Services Soil Testing

Tulle & Naynoo Magazines 370 Lowe Ave. Ste. A205 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 260-5925 tulleweddings.com; naynoo.com Printed/Published Advertising Publishers Wedding Planners TUTCO, Inc. 500 Gould Dr. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 432-4141 tutco.com Manufacturers - Heating Elements Twin Lakes Communications 200 Telephone Lane Gainesboro, TN 38562 (931) 476-2151 twinlakescommunications.com Communication Equipment & Systems - Telephone Internet Access Providers Telecommunications Twin Lakes Telephone Cooperative 200 Telephone Lane Gainesboro, TN 38562 (931) 268-2151 twlakes.net Internet Access Providers Telecommunications Telephone Companies Telephone Equipment & Systems

u U. C. E. M. C. 1794 W. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5449 ucemc.com Utility Companies - Electric U. S. Cellular 770 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5103 uscellular.com Cellular Telephones UBS Financial Services, Inc. 115 N. Washington Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5426 ubs.com Stock & Bond Brokers


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Uffelman Elementary School 112 Elm St. Monterey, TN 38574 (931) 839-2791 putnam.k12tn.net/ues Schools - Secondary & Elementary Uncommon Grounds LLC 1296 Shag Rag Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 372-2571 Landscape Contractors Lawn Care & Property Maintenance UniFirst Corporation 765 Humble Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-1215 unifirst.com Uniform & Linen Supply Service United Way of Putnam County 18 N. Madison Ave. Ste. 100 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-2723 Civic Clubs & Community Organizations Upper Cumberland Association of Realtors Inc. 1330 Neal St. Ste. B Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-4093 ucar.org Real Estate Associations Upper Cumberland Bakery dba Dunkin Donuts 980 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 854-1450 Coffee Houses Fast Food - Drive-Thru Restaurants Upper Cumberland Computer 104 N. Cedar Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-7766 uc3.biz Computer Consultant Services Website Development Upper Cumberland Decorating Center 512 E. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501

(931) 528-1212 Interior Decorators & Designers Upper Cumberland Development District 1225 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 432-4111 ucdd.org Government - State Upper Cumberland Family Dentistry 554 W. Main St. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-2254 Dentists Upper Cumberland Friends of the NRA 116 Twilight Lane Sparta, TN 38583 (931) 510-5216 friendsofnra.org Civic Clubs & Community Organizations Nonprofit Service Organization Schools - Sporting Activities Sports Organizations Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency 580 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. B Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1127 uchra.com Human Resources Nonprofit Service Organization Upper Cumberland Orthopedic Surgery 105 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-9518 Physicians - Orthopedics Upper Cumberland Otolaryngology Clinic 100 W. Fourth St. Ste. 200 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1575 myentdocs.com Physicians - Ear, Nose & Throat Upper Cumberland Physician’s Surgery Center 467 N. Whitney Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5007 Medical Facilities Physicians

Upper Cumberland Regional Airport 750 Airport Rd. Sparta, TN 38583 (931) 739-7000 Airports Upper Cumberland Susan G. Komen Affiliate 480 One Eleven Place Ste. B Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 303-0096 komenuppercumberland.org Social Service Organizations Upper Cumberland Tourism Assn. P.O. Box 2411 Cookeville, TN 38502 (931) 537-6347 uppercumberland.org Business Organizations Tourism Development Upper Cumberland Urology Assoc. PC 320 N. Oak Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5547 ucurology.com Physicians - Urology Upperman High School 6950 Nashville Hwy. Baxter, TN 38544 (931) 858-3112 uhsbees.net Schools - Secondary & Elementary US Bank 2 W. Jackson St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-2900 usbank.com Banks Loans

v Vaughn’s Monument Works 567 E. Spring St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4917 Monuments Verizon Wireless 379 W. Jackson St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-8848 Cellular Telephones Victory Sports Center 1060 Willow Industrial Ct. Ste. A

Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-4960 victorysportscentertn.com Dance Instruction Daycares Gymnastics Karate Instruction ViSalus Sciences 639 Whitson Chapel Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 520-6327 chasityhoward.myvi.net Distributors - Beverages Personal Care Services Visiting Angels Living Assistance Services 723 W. Jackson St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-7777 visitingangels.com Civic Clubs & Community Organizations Home Health Services In-Home Care Services Vital Signs & Designs 670 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-8470 signsinaheartbeat.com Signs Volunteer Energy Cooperative 213 E. Stratton Ave. P.O. Box 67 Monterey, TN 38574 (931) 839-2217 vec.org Utility Companies - Electric Volunteer Heating & Cooling LLC 47 S. Whitney Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-7155 Air Conditioning Contractors Heating & Cooling Contractors Vulcan Materials Company 2988 Dacco Quarry Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 520-1125 Stone - Crushed

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(931) 403-1000 wocc.com Building Contractors Walgreens 950 N. Washington Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 525-3649 walgreens.com Pharmacies Photo Finishing Walker Diesel Service LP P.O. Box 2608 Cookeville, TN 38502 (931) 528-8555 Truck Repair & Service Walker Investments 312 E. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-0707 Financial Consultants/ Investment Services Wallace Prescott 1478 Barnes Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-8575 Individual Members Past Chamber Chair Wallboard & Supply Company 340 Industrial Circle Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-3090 Building Materials Wal-Mart - Algood 589 W. Main St. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-3880 wal-mart.com Automobile - Oil & Lube Centers Department Stores Grocers - Retail Pharmacies Wal-Mart Supercenter 768 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. A Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-0232 wal-mart.com Bakeries Department Stores Pharmacies Tire Dealers - Retail Walter K. Crawford, Jr., Attorney 25 W. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-8098 Attorneys

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Wanda Maynord - First Realty Company 116 S. Lowe Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1573 wandamaynord.com Real Estate - Residential Watson Metals 1210 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 526-1236 watsonmetals.com Building Materials Roofing Contractors Wayland Hawkins 6988 Mt. Herman Rd. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 528-1244 Individual Members WCTE-TV 1151 Stadium Dr. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-2222 wcte.org Nonprofit Service Organization Television Stations & Broadcasting Video Production Services WDStone & Associates 114 N. Washington Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 525-6020 wdstone.com Marketing/Advertising Marketing Research Marketing/PR/Graphic Design Website Development Wellspring Family Chiropractic 280 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-5284 chiroville.com Massage Licensed Therapists Massage Therapy Physical Therapy Physicians - Chiropractic WestSide Business Association 123 W. Broad St. Ste. 4 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-0570 Business Organizations Networking Organizations WestSide Deli 102 N. Cedar Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 854-9378

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cookevillewestsidedeli.com Restaurants Wheeler Family Eye Care 46 W. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-7765 doctorwheeler.com Optometrists Wheeler Orthodontics 1100 Neal St. Ste. B Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-1146 wheelerbraces.com Dentists White County Tire & Repair 567 N. Spring St. Sparta, TN 38583 (931) 836-8473 Tire Dealers - Retail Wrecker Service White Plains Academy 288 E. Main St. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-3862 putnam.k12tn.net/dvas Schools - Secondary & Elementary White Plains Golf Course 4000 Plantation Dr. Cookeville, TN 38506 (931) 537-6397 Golf Courses Whitts Barbecue 280 W. Broad St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-1417 whittsbarbecue.com Caterers Fast Food - Drive-Thru Restaurants Wholesale Furniture Company 1020 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-3813 Furniture - Retail

Williams Wholesale Supply 250 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-6441 williamswholesale.com Electrical Equipment & Supplies Lighting Fixtures & Supplies Plumbing Fixtures, Equipment & Supplies Willow Park Apartments 612 S. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-8815 Apartments Willow Place Conference Center 225 N. Willow Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 525-5400 willowplaceconferencecenter. com Banquet Halls Conference Facilities Meeting Facilities Wilmoth Insurance Agency 201 Reagan St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 526-6181 wilmothinsuranceagency.com Insurance Wilson Sporting Goods 4600 Roberts-Matthews Hwy. Sparta, TN 38583 (931) 738-7500 Manufacturers - Sports Apparel Wimberly Lawson Wright Daves & Jones 1420 Neal St. Ste. 201 Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-9123 wimberlylawson.com Attorneys

WIN Home Inspection 585 Jamestown Rd. Cookeville, TN 38501 Wildwood Manor Bed & (931) 520-0509 Breakfast wini.com/cookeville 361 Standing Stone Park Hwy. Home Inspection Services Hilham, TN 38568 Winell Lee Specialty (931) 704-5510 Mouldings & wildwoodmanorbedand Hardwoods breakfast.com 510 W. Jackson St. Bed & Breakfast Cookeville, TN 38501 Caterers (931) 526-8666 Event/Party Planning Building Materials Meeting Facilities Flooring Materials

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Workout Anytime 670 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 528-1582 workoutanytime.com Fitness Centers World Finance Corporation - East 155 E. Spring St. Ste. B Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-8011 worldacceptance.com Loans Tax Preparation Services World Finance Corporation - West 851 W. Jackson St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-3090 Loans

x XMC Xerox 1420 Donelson Pike Nashville, TN 37217 (615) 417-8527 xmcinc.com Copy Machines & Supplies Office Equipment Sales Printing Equipment Xorcom USA 145 S. Jefferson Ave. Ste. G Cookeville, TN 38501 (615) 349-2531 xorcomusa.com Communications Equipment Technology - Products Technology - Services Xpress Lube 105 W. Jackson St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 520-0123 Automobile - Oil & Lube Centers

z Zaxby’s 395 W. Jackson St. Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-1700 zaxbys.com Fast Food - Drive-Thru Restaurants

Please Note: The Chamber of Commerce Membership Listing changes during the year. This list was up-to-date at the time of publication. We apologize if there are any errors or omissions and will be happy to correct them at the earliest opportunity. To make changes or to join the Chamber, please call (931) 526-2211.


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Air & Water Purification Systems Ray’s Rapid Response Heating & Cooling (931) 646-4729 Air Conditioning Contractors CHC Mechanical Contractors (931) 528-5514 Petrie’s One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning (931) 528-8888 Volunteer Heating & Cooling LLC (931) 520-7155

Garner Engineering (931) 261-6090 Michael Brady Inc. (931) 644-2122 Richard Rinks & Associates, Inc. (931) 528-5543 Art Galleries Fragrant Mushroom (931) 836-8190 Assisted Living Facilities Caring Homes for Seniors (931) 881-7443 Cedar Hills Senior Living (931) 526-9108 Heritage Pointe Senior Living (931) 520-1200 Morningside of Cookeville (931) 525-1083

Brewington Auction & Realty (931) 520-1783 Byrd/Amonett Auction Team (270) 782-3700 Monte Gaw Appraisal Service (931) 372-0388 Audio - Video Production/Systems Michael’s Video Productions (931) 528-7997

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Mr. Transmission/Milex (931) 520-4004 South Willow Auto Clinic (931) 528-2625 Automobile Dealers New Cars Carlen Motors, Inc. (931) 526-2163 Ford Lincoln of Cookeville (931) 526-3325 Hyundai of Cookeville (931) 520-7200

Automobile Dealers Used Cars Carlen Motors, Inc. Automobile - Body (931) 526-2163 Repairing & Painting Ford Lincoln of Cookeville Bob’s Body Shop Airport Shuttle (931) 526-3325 (931) 528-5571 Services Hyundai of Cookeville Carlen Motors, Inc. McMillan’s Airport Shuttle (931) 520-7200 (931) 526-2163 (931) 650-0430 Associations Jimmy Lewis Auto Sales Automobile - Oil & Lube Cookeville Football Club Airports (931) 526-5530 Centers (931) 528-2658 Upper Cumberland Automobile Dealers Clean-Care Auto Care Cookeville Jaycees Regional Airport Wholesale (931) 526-5823 (931) 265-1212 (931) 739-7000 Gaw’s Auto Mart Doc’s Auto & Tire Center Girl Scouts of Middle Alterations (931) 528-1062 (931) 526-7547 Tennessee, Inc. One Hour Martinizing Wal-Mart - Algood (931) 526-4925 Bakeries (931) 526-4687 (931) 537-3880 3 Little Birds Café Attorneys Analytical Laboratory Xpress Lube (931) 858-1109 ADR Specialists LLC Services (931) 520-0123 Great Harvest Bread (931) 252-9123 TTL, Inc. Company Bryant C. Dunaway, Attorney Automobile - Parts & (615) 331-7770 (931) 525-5623 Supplies (931) 526-6010 Apartments Kroger Company Automotive Parts Supply Dale Bohannon, Attorney Cypress Creek Apartments (931) 526-7868 (931) 526-4575 Co. (931) 372-1605 Wal-Mart Supercenter (931) 526-2166 David W. Ledbetter Law Eagles Landing Apartments Office (931) 520-0232 Ford Lincoln of Cookeville (931) 525-3700 (931) 526-3325 (931) 526-6131 Banks Hampton Creek Law Office of Donna Simpson Hyundai of Cookeville American Bank & Trust of Apartments (931) 520-7200 (931) 526-2933 the Cumberlands (931) 432-4152 NAPA Auto Parts of Martelia Crawford, (931) 526-4800 Jerry C. Gaw, Inc. Cookeville Attorney Bank of Putnam County (931) 526-3700 (931) 526-6121 (931) 528-8442 (931) 528-5441 Soard Properties Moore, Rader & Fitzpatrick Automobile - Renting & Citizens Bank (931) 526-1988 PC (931) 528-1999 Leasing Willow Park Apartments (931) 526-3311 Citizens Bank - Gainesboro Enterprise Rent-A-Car (931) 526-8815 O’Mara & Johnson PLLC (931) 268-2141 (931) 520-6181 Appliances - Household (931) 526-8812 Clayton Bank & Trust Automobile - Repair & Tessa N. Lawson, Attorney Dealers (931) 528-1122 Service at Law Appliance Mart Edsouth Carlen Motors, Inc. (931) 372-1972 (931) 528-6467 (865) 342-5500 (931) 526-2163 The Jones Law Firm F & M Bank Appraisers - Real Estate (931) 526-4633 Cookeville Transmission (931) 525-5626 Allen Appraising LLC (931) 526-1811 Walter K. Crawford, Jr., First National Bank of (931) 432-2220 Doc’s Auto & Tire Center Attorney Tennessee Mainord & Associates (931) 526-7547 (931) 526-8098 (931) 528-2265 Appraisal Services Ford Lincoln of Cookeville Wimberly Lawson Wright First Tennessee Bank of (931) 520-8118 (931) 526-3325 Daves & Jones Cookeville Monte Gaw Appraisal Service (931) 372-9123 Freeman Tire Company Inc. (931) 528-2561 (931) 372-0388 (931) 528-7553 First Volunteer Bank Auctioneers Hyundai of Cookeville Architects (931) 646-5500 Bob & Judy Johnson - First (931) 520-7200 AEI Guaranty Mortgage Services Realty Company Jimmy Lewis Auto Sales (931) 528-6516 (931) 526-9942 (931) 537-2274 (931) 526-5530

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Blood Donation Site Blood Assurance (931) 526-3462 Board of Education Putnam County Board of Education (931) 526-9777 Boat Dealers & Repair Sportsman’s World Marine (931) 528-5476 Bookkeeping Services H & R Block (931) 526-1544 Leisa A. Stanberry, CPA (931) 520-7675 Michael D. McNelly CPA (931) 528-0110 Bookstores Books and More (931) 854-1655 FoxLeaf Books (931) 303-8336 Bowling Centers Bowling World (931) 528-5551 Broadcast Media Comcast Spotlight (931) 372-1301 Building Associations Home Builders Association of the Upper Cumberland (931) 528-7472 Building Contractors Advanced Inc. (931) 528-1960 Bernhardt, LLC (931) 526-3700 Buckner Properties, Inc. (931) 526-2104 Cove Builders & Development (931) 839-3311 D & D Enterprises, Plumbing & Electrical Inc. (931) 526-1320 Farley’s Masonry, Inc. (931) 432-4620 Forcum Lannom Contractors, LLC (731) 287-4700 Honest Abe Log Homes (931) 537-3651 J & S Construction (931) 528-7475 J. Cumby Construction Inc. (931) 526-5158 Jerry C. Gaw, Inc. (931) 526-3700 McReynolds Builders (931) 979-7979 Mid-State Construction Co., Inc. (931) 823-7345 5 4 | T h e S o u r c e b o o k + No. 18

Norrod Builders, Inc. (931) 537-6563 Reliable Building Service LLC (931) 526-1578 W&O Construction Company, Inc. (931) 403-1000

Business/Networking Associations & Organizations Rotary Club of Cookeville (No Phone)

Business Organizations Better Business Bureau (931) 520-0008 Building Contractors Residential Remodeling Cookeville Jaycees (931) 265-1212 Advanced Inc. Home Builders Association (931) 528-1960 of the Upper Cumberland BOS Siding & Gutter (931) 528-7472 (931) 265-8683 Leadership Putnam Building Materials (931) 528-5331 Builders Supply Company, Upper Cumberland Tourism Inc. Assn. (931) 526-9704 (931) 537-6347 LoJac Materials WestSide Business (931) 528-9118 Association Lowe’s of Cookeville (931) 372-0570 (931) 646-4100 Business Services Potter’s Ace Hardware of Charter Business/ Algood Communications/Media (931) 537-3312 (No Phone) Potter’s Ace Home Center Commercial Consultants (931) 528-8413 LLC - B. J. Starnes Potter’s Home Center of (931) 854-9511 Baxter Commercial Consultants (931) 858-1122 LLC - Bill Monday ProBuild of Cookeville (931) 854-9511 (931) 372-1320 Commercial Consultants Stover’s LLC LLC - Brent Hart (931) 526-2591 (931) 854-9511 The Building Center Commercial Consultants (931) 823-5621 LLC - Gil Gibbs Wallboard & Supply (931) 854-9511 Company DigiPoint Solutions Inc. (931) 537-3090 (931) 536-4860 Watson Metals H & R Block (931) 526-1236 (931) 526-1544 Winell Lee Specialty New York Life Insurance Co. Mouldings & Hardwoods (931) 525-5433 (931) 526-8666 Tectonic Social Management Business & (931) 303-3678 Management Business Stationery Consulting Products Asention Solutions Anderson Printing Solutions (931) 268-5917 (931) 528-1561 Dallas R. Linke, Business Management Consultant Cabinets (931) 839-3934 Cavender’s LLC, The Interior Leisa A. Stanberry, CPA Company (931) 520-7675 (931) 372-2112 Personal Growth & Cable TV Service Learning Center AT&T (931) 520-8435 (423) 265-2224 Business Advisors, Charter - Business/ Consultants, Trainers Communications/Media EconoGenesys Business (No Phone) Consulting Hitech Direct (931) 260-4835 (931) 528-5233 Business Centers Cancer Society One Eleven Business Center American Cancer Society (931) 528-5021 (931) 520-7757

Candles Fragrant Mushroom (931) 836-8190 Candy Shops Russell Stover Candies, Inc. (931) 528-2750 Car Washes Clean-Care Auto Care (931) 526-5823 Caregiver Services Aid & Assist at Home LLC (931) 526-6220 Southern Comforts (931) 520-0968 Carpet Cleaning Advanced Cleaning Service LLC (931) 537-3733 Coit Services (931) 372-0755 Carpet Sales & Services Bowman’s Carpet Outlet (931) 528-5728 Cavender’s LLC, The Interior Company (931) 372-2112 Caterers Blue Coast Burrito (931) 525-2583 Bobby Q’s (931) 526-1024 Chartwells (931) 372-6136 Chick-Fil-A (931) 372-2665 Five Star Food Service, Inc. (931) 526-4011 Grade-A Catering (931) 372-8540 Marble Slab (931) 526-7522 Scarlett Catering (931) 510-6119 Stroud’s Barbeque (931) 528-7020 The Whistle Stop (931) 858-3287 Whitts Barbecue (931) 372-1417 Wildwood Manor Bed & Breakfast (931) 704-5510 Cell Phone Accessories Cell Plus/Verizon Wireless Premium Retailer (931) 526-3663 NewWave Link (931) 520-7824 Cellular Telephones Cell Plus/Verizon Wireless Premium Retailer (931) 526-3663

NewWave Link (931) 520-7824 U. S. Cellular (931) 528-5103 Verizon Wireless (931) 528-8848 Cemeteries/Memorial Gardens Crest Lawn Funeral Home - Cremation Center and Memorial Cemetery (931) 526-6384 Chamber President Emeritus Eldon Leslie (931) 526-8794 Check Cashing Services Cash Express (931) 520-8662 Children’s Homes Mustard Seed Ranch (931) 525-7333 Chimney Cleaning Custom Fireplaces & More (931) 526-8181 Chore Services Southern Comforts (931) 520-0968 Churches Bangham Heights Baptist Church (931) 528-8885 Boma First Church of God (931) 858-5119 Church on the Hill (931) 537-9504 Collegeside Church of Christ (931) 526-2661 Cookeville First United Methodist Church (931) 526-2177 Cookeville Rescue Mission (931) 528-5819 First Baptist Church Cookeville (931) 526-7108 First Cumberland Presbyterian Church (931) 526-6585 Friendship United Methodist Church (931) 525-3555 Grace Presbyterian Church (931) 537-6400 Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ (931) 526-4605 Life Church (931) 526-6900 Monterey United Methodist Church (931) 839-2597


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New Beginnings Assembly of God (931) 526-2890 Praise Cathedral Church (931) 528-8701 Stevens Street Baptist Church School of Performing Arts (931) 526-6398 The River Community Church (931) 528-3660 Trinity Assembly of God (931) 537-9830

Clinics - Medical Cookeville Medical Center/ Physicians Urgent Care (931) 528-8899 Satellite Med (931) 528-7312 Sleep Unlimited Cookeville (931) 525-1160 Closet Accessories Closets-N-More (931) 537-6673

Clothing & Apparel Civic Clubs & Community Children & Infants Organizations Duncan’s Clothing World Cookeville Football Club (931) 528-2202 (931) 528-2658 Itsy Bitsy Boutique Cookeville Jaycees (931) 528-1667 (931) 265-1212 Cookeville-Putnam County Clothing & Apparel Men’s Clean Commission Duncan’s Clothing World (931) 537-3278 (931) 528-2202 Friends of Cookeville/ Leather Worx Putnam County Animals (931) 858-5005 (931) 858-2228 Friends of the Baxter Depot Tennessee Print Masters (TPM) (931) 528-6140 (931) 614-4465 Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee, Inc. Clothing & Apparel (931) 526-4925 Women’s Leadership Putnam BLESS (931) 528-5331 (931) 854-9172 Power of Putnam Duncan’s Clothing World (931) 520-7531 (931) 528-2202 Rocky Mountain Elk Factory Connection LLC Foundation (931) 372-2070 (931) 252-0780 Fringe Rotary Club of Cookeville (931) 854-9394 (No Phone) Leather Worx Theta Upsilon Alumni & (931) 858-5005 House Corp. Luxe Boutique (615) 377-1999 (931) 854-1844 United Way of Putnam Merle Norman Cosmetics & County Beauty Queens Boutique (931) 526-2723 (931) 526-6576 Upper Cumberland Friends Coffee Houses of the NRA 3 Little Birds Café (931) 510-5216 (931) 858-1109 Visiting Angels Living Upper Cumberland Bakery Assistance Services dba Dunkin Donuts (931) 372-7777 (931) 854-1450 Cleaners & Laundries Coffee Sales & Service One Hour Martinizing Foutch’s Coffee & Spring (931) 526-4687 Water Cleaning Services (931) 537-6643 Extreme Property Commercial Janitorial Management LLC Services (931) 372-8158 Advanced Cleaning Service SERVPRO of Cookeville, LLC Carthage, Smithville & (931) 537-3733 Woodbury New Day Services LLC (931) 528-9292 (931) 537-6777 Clinics - Dental Cookeville Rescue Mission (931) 528-5819

Communication Equipment & Systems - Radio EPIC Technologies LLC (931) 526-3742 Communication Equipment & Systems Telephone OnWav Inc. (931) 476-2121 Twin Lakes Communications (931) 476-2151 Communications Equipment Xorcom USA (615) 349-2531 Community Development Organizations Friends of the Baxter Depot (931) 528-6140 Leadership Putnam (931) 528-5331 Computer Consultant Services Upper Cumberland Computer (931) 526-7766

Concrete Construction - Commercial & Residential Solid Rock Concrete Renovations (931) 808-2882 Concrete Contractors Highways, Inc. (931) 526-3038 Conference Facilities Leslie Town Centre (931) 372-7200 Willow Place Conference Center (931) 525-5400 Conservatorships/ Family Consultants Kelly Tayes, Private Conservator, LLC (931) 372-1303 Construction Equipment - Rental & Leasing Thompson Machinery Commerce Corp. (931) 646-3200

Crane & Forklift Services Billings Crane & Mechanical, Inc. (931) 526-5470 Credit Unions Middle Tennessee Federal Credit Union (931) 528-9400 The Tennessee Credit Union (931) 528-8160 Cremation Services Anderson/Upper Cumberland Funeral Home (931) 268-1550 Crest Lawn Funeral Home - Cremation Center and Memorial Cemetery (931) 526-6384 Crisis Intervention Service Cookeville Pregnancy Clinic (931) 526-5525 Genesis House, Inc. (931) 526-5197

Custom Frame Shop Art & Frame Outlet, Inc. Consultants - Employee (931) 526-6141 Benefits Customer Contact Billy G. Smith & Associates Center (931) 526-4445 Computer Training SunTrust Online FoxLeaf Books Copy Machines & (931) 646-8007 (931) 303-8336 Supplies N & L Business Systems Inc. Dance Instruction Computers Stage One Dance Studio (931) 823-6134 Installation, Repair, (931) 528-8238 R. J. Young Company Networking Victory Sports Center (931) 526-3300 Caliber Computer, LLC (931) 526-4960 XMC Xerox (931) 520-7800 (615) 417-8527 Daycares Computers - Sales & A Place to Grow Daycare Copying & Duplicating Service (931) 526-9936 Compugeeks Computer & IT Services Lighthouse Learning Center DigiPoint Solutions Inc. Solutions (931) 520-7400 (931) 536-4860 (931) 837-4546 The Learning Garden Randolph Electronics Cosmetics & Perfumes (931) 858-0006 (931) 526-6184 - Retail Victory Sports Center Mary Kay Cosmetics – Computers (931) 526-4960 Peggy Jenkins Systems, Designers & Dentists (931) 526-5709 Consultants Merle Norman Cosmetics & Algood Family Dental Group Caliber Computer, LLC (931) 537-9948 Beauty Queens Boutique (931) 520-7800 David G. Draper, DDS (931) 526-6576 Cardinal Computer Corp. (931) 526-9414 (931) 372-0485 Counselors - Human Hayes Family Dentistry, PC EPIC Technologies LLC Resources (931) 526-1614 (931) 526-3742 Personal Growth & Hintz Family Dentistry Solutions IT Consulting, LLC Learning Center (931) 526-5460 (931) 528-9010 (931) 520-8435 J. Andy Thompson DDS Concrete Blocks & Counter Tops (931) 526-3381 Shapes Cavender’s LLC, The Interior James L. Smith DDS PC Farley’s Masonry, Inc. Company (931) 526-9547 (931) 432-4620 (931) 372-2112 James L. Vaden DDS MS PC LoJac Materials (931) 526-3717 (931) 528-9118 John F. Rhodes DMD (931) 526-4912

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Johns Family & Implant Dentistry (931) 528-6547 Regional Oral Surgery Center (931) 528-6252 Robert Clark Childress DDS (931) 528-6536 Robinson Dental Care (931) 520-8880 Upper Cumberland Family Dentistry (931) 537-2254 Wheeler Orthodontics (931) 526-1146 Department Stores Sam’s Club (931) 528-2070 Wal-Mart - Algood (931) 537-3880 Wal-Mart Supercenter (931) 520-0232 Disaster Relief Assistance American Red Cross Middle TN Region (931) 473-2595 Display Designers & Producers Fastsigns of Cookeville (931) 854-9007 Distributors Beverages Budweiser of Cookeville (931) 372-2590 SEC Enterprises, Inc. (931) 537-6055 ViSalus Sciences (931) 520-6327

Electric Motors Dealers & Repairing Cookeville Electric Motor Inc. (931) 526-5461 Electrical Contractors D & D Enterprises, Plumbing & Electrical Inc. (931) 526-1320 Lakeland Electric Company, Inc. (931) 526-7216 Lee Company (931) 520-3434 RPM Heating, Cooling, Plumbing & Electrical (931) 644-3455 Smith Electric (931) 526-2898 Electrical Distribution - Industrial & Commercial Stuart C. Irby Co. (931) 526-2646 Electrical Equipment & Supplies Williams Wholesale Supply (931) 528-6441 Electronic Equipment & Supplies Books and More (931) 854-1655 Electronic Express (931) 372-2332 Sam’s Club (931) 528-2070 The Technology Store (931) 526-7243

Employment Agencies DP Personnel Services (931) 372-8882 Distributors - Candy/ Excel Temporary Service Cigarettes Freedom Discount Tobacco (931) 372-8222 Express Employment (931) 520-1002 Professionals Downtown (931) 854-1900 Revitalization Manpower Association (931) 526-9040 CityScape Maximus (931) 528-4612 (931) 520-3034 Drug Abuse & Addiction Staffing Solutions Information & (931) 528-4061 Treatment Trustaff Bradford Health Services (931) 372-0055 (931) 528-6803 Engineering Plateau Mental Health Consultants Center ECE Services (931) 432-4123 (931) 484-9321 Drug/Alcohol Garner Engineering Outpatient Treatment (931) 261-6090 Bradford Health Services Par 3 Technology (931) 528-6803 (931) 528-8578 Plateau Mental Health Richard Rinks & Associates, Center Inc. (931) 432-4123 (931) 528-5543 5 6 | T h e S o u r c e b o o k + No. 18

Engineers ECE Services (931) 484-9321 Engravers Crown Trophy of Cookeville (931) 528-2769 Entertainment Crystal Air LLC (931) 510-6655 MasterSingers Inc. (No Phone) Environmental & Ecological Services PM Environmental, Inc. (931) 432-5552 R Cubed Environmental Solutions (931) 529-3945 TTL, Inc. (615) 331-7770 Equipment Rentals Bluewaters Equipment Rental (931) 528-7559 Event/Party Planning Wildwood Manor Bed & Breakfast (931) 704-5510 Excavation Contractors Danny Roberts Construction Co. (931) 858-3343 Elk Mountain Construction Co. Inc. (931) 372-7424 Highways, Inc. (931) 526-3038 Putnam County Tree Service (931) 528-3828

Fashion Accessories Deborah’s Designs (931) 528-7673 Hairloom Alpacas (931) 854-0717 Pebbles 2 (931) 854-9229 Fast Food - Drive-Thru Chick-Fil-A (931) 372-2665 Funderburk Management LLC (931) 537-2221 J. W. C. Burger King (931) 526-2031 Quiznos Subs (931) 284-3928 Ralph’s Donut Shop (931) 526-4231 Stroud’s Barbeque (931) 528-7020 Upper Cumberland Bakery dba Dunkin Donuts (931) 854-1450 Whitts Barbecue (931) 372-1417 Zaxby’s (931) 372-1700 Fencing Security Fence Inc. (931) 526-3603

Financial Consultants/ Investment Services Compass Advisory Group (931) 526-2190 David Bowen - Coldwell Banker Commercial Professionals (615) 476-7949 Fidelis Financial Strategies (931) 400-0012 Family Entertainment Journey Financial Planning Bowling World (931) 858-0902 (931) 528-5551 Luna & Birdwell Investment Carmike Cinemas Group (706) 576-3460 (931) 528-5862 Echo Valley Swimming Pool Walker Investments (931) 261-6565 (931) 520-0707 Hidden Hollow Park Financial Planning (931) 526-4038 & Investment RiverWatch Golf Club Consultants (931) 761-8125 Cantrell Financial Services The Sk8 (931) 526-3541 (931) 372-2758 Fidelis Financial Strategies The Whistle Stop (931) 400-0012 (931) 858-3287 Glen Smith, CFP Farm Equipment (931) 528-7077 TriGreen Equipment LLC MapleCross Wealth (931) 526-8544 Management LLC (931) 526-0777 Farm Stores Peachtree Planning Hairloom Alpacas (931) 644-5795 (931) 854-0717 State Farm Insurance Agency - J. T. Turnbow (931) 528-5587

Financial Services Allstate Insurance/HuntFrasier Agency (931) 528-8063 Cannon Clark Holman & Associates PLLC (931) 476-7669 Duncan, Wheeler & Wilkerson, PC (931) 528-1545 F & M Bank (931) 525-5626 Fidelis Financial Strategies (931) 400-0012 LPL Financial Inc. (931) 537-2269 New York Life Insurance Co. (931) 525-5433 Primerica Financial Services (931) 372-0006 State Farm Insurance Elwood Ervin (931) 526-9693 State Farm Insurance Agency - J. T. Turnbow (931) 528-5587 Swallows/Sandlin (931) 528-7621 Fine Arts & Crafts Stevens Street Baptist Church School of Performing Arts (931) 526-6398 Fire Damage Restoration SERVPRO of Cookeville, Carthage, Smithville & Woodbury (931) 528-9292 Fireplaces & Accessories Custom Fireplaces & More (931) 526-8181 Fitness Centers Crossfit Mayhem (No Phone) Fringe (931) 854-9394 Putnam County Family YMCA (931) 528-1133 The Little Gym of Cookeville (No Phone) Workout Anytime (931) 528-1582 Flooring Materials Cavender’s LLC, The Interior Company (931) 372-2112 Winell Lee Specialty Mouldings & Hardwoods (931) 526-8666 Florists Abel Gardens (931) 526-9797


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Deborah’s Designs (931) 528-7673 Gunnels Florist, Inc. (931) 526-7149 Kroger Company (931) 526-4575 Towne & Country Flowers (931) 528-5969 Food Distributors Five Star Food Service, Inc. (931) 526-4011 Institutional Wholesale Co. Inc. (931) 537-4000 Tasteful Culinary Creations, Inc. - Naked Salsa (931) 265-8989 Franchise Developers Funderburk Management LLC (931) 537-2221 Fund-Raising Consultants The Foundation at Cookeville Regional (931) 783-2037 Funeral Directors Anderson/Upper Cumberland Funeral Home (931) 268-1550 Crest Lawn Funeral Home - Cremation Center and Memorial Cemetery (931) 526-6384 Dyer Funeral Home (931) 526-7158 Hooper, Huddleston & Horner Funeral Homes (931) 526-6111 Furniture - Retail Bradley Furniture Company (931) 526-3220 D. T. McCall & Sons (931) 526-1103 Wholesale Furniture Company (931) 526-3813 Garden & Lawn Equipment & Supplies Lowe’s of Cookeville (931) 646-4100 Garden Centers/ Nurseries Burgess Falls Nursery (931) 432-4424 Johnson Nursery & Garden Center LLC (931) 528-8000 Mid-Tenn Nursery & Landscaping (931) 526-8317

Gas Companies Natural Cookeville Gas Department (931) 526-9591 Middle Tennessee Natural Gas District (615) 597-4300 Gas Companies Propane Holston Gases, Inc. (931) 528-3378 Gates - Automatic Security Fence Inc. (931) 526-3603 General Contractors J. Cumby Construction Inc. (931) 526-5158 Geotechnical Engineering Services TTL, Inc. (615) 331-7770 Gifts/Gift Shops Abel Gardens (931) 526-9797 Beautiful Balloons Giggle Shoppe (931) 526-2980 Fragrant Mushroom (931) 836-8190 Great Harvest Bread Company (931) 525-5623 J J Jax Gifts (931) 526-6130 Russell Stover Candies, Inc. (931) 528-2750 The Market on the Square (931) 372-7688 This and That Gifts (931) 526-4438 Golf Courses Belle Acres Golf Course (931) 526-8834 Cookeville Golf Club (931) 526-5526 Ironwood Golf Course, Inc. (931) 528-2331 RiverWatch Golf Club (931) 761-8125 Southern Hills Golf & Country Club (931) 432-5149 White Plains Golf Course (931) 537-6397 Government - City City of Algood (931) 537-9545 City of Baxter (931) 858-4111 City of Cookeville (931) 526-9591 City of Monterey (931) 839-3770

Government - County Cookeville Housing Authority (931) 526-9793 Putnam County Assessor of Property (931) 528-8428 Putnam County Board of Education (931) 526-9777 Putnam County Circuit Court Clerk (931) 528-1508 Putnam County Court Clerk (931) 526-7106 Putnam County Executive (931) 526-2161 Putnam County Highway Department (931) 526-4864 Government - State Judge John Maddux (931) 526-6692 Tennessee State Representative Ryan Williams (615) 741-1875 Tennessee State Senator Charlotte Burks (615) 741-3978 Upper Cumberland Development District (931) 432-4111 Graphic Services Fastsigns of Cookeville (931) 854-9007 Grocers - Retail Houchens Food Group dba Cookeville Save-A-Lot (931) 372-8888 Institutional Wholesale Co. Inc. (931) 537-4000 Kroger Company (931) 526-4575 Sam’s Club (931) 528-2070 Wal-Mart - Algood (931) 537-3880 Guns & Gunsmiths Cookeville Loan & Jewelry (931) 528-4653 Gymnastics Victory Sports Center (931) 526-4960 Handyman Service Highland Home Improvement (931) 537-3322 Hardware - Retail Potter’s Ace Hardware of Algood (931) 537-3312

Caring Homes for Seniors (931) 881-7443 Home Caregivers Inc. (931) 528-8585 Home Instead Senior Care (931) 526-1127 Health Remedies Intrepid USA Home Health Tier 1 Health & Wellness Care (931) 526-9518 (931) 646-4806 Health Care/ NHC HomeCare Pharmaceutical (931) 528-2722 Technology Quality Home Health Care Back to Health Chiropractic (931) 528-5936 (931) 372-2225 Right at Home of the Upper Cumberlands Hearing Aids - Testing (931) 854-1605 & Service Visiting Angels Living Cookeville Audiology & Assistance Services Hearing Aids (931) 372-7777 (931) 854-9499 Home Improvements Heating & Cooling Highland Home Contractors Improvement Air Experts (931) 537-3322 (931) 528-1247 Potter’s Ace Hardware of Carwile Mechanical Algood Contractors (931) 537-3312 (931) 526-6151 Potter’s Ace Home Center Charles Stone Heating & (931) 528-8413 Cooling Potter’s Home Center of (931) 526-5023 CHC Mechanical Contractors Baxter (931) 858-1122 (931) 528-5514

Potter’s Ace Home Center (931) 528-8413 Potter’s Home Center of Baxter (931) 858-1122

Jackson Heating & Cooling (931) 526-9447 Lee Company (931) 520-3434 Petrie’s One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning (931) 528-8888 Ray’s Rapid Response Heating & Cooling (931) 646-4729 RPM Heating, Cooling, Plumbing & Electrical (931) 644-3455 Volunteer Heating & Cooling LLC (931) 520-7155 Hobby & Model Shops Scrapbook It LLC (931) 537-2571 Home Accessories J J Jax Gifts (931) 526-6130 Home Entertainment Systems Hitech Direct (931) 528-5233 Home Health Services Aid & Assist at Home LLC (931) 526-6220 Amedisys Home Health (931) 520-3005 CareAll Home Health (931) 526-1561

Home Inspection Services Integrity Inspection Group LLC (931) 520-1700 Jeff Miller Home Inspection (No Phone) WIN Home Inspection (931) 520-0509 Home Staging Services Deborah’s Designs (931) 528-7673 Staging Spaces (931) 261-9678 Sugar & Spice (931) 239-2497

Home-Based Businesses Hairloom Alpacas (931) 854-0717 Mary Kay Cosmetics Peggy Jenkins (931) 526-5709 Hospice Care Amedisys Home Health (931) 520-3005 Avalon Hospice (931) 854-1391 Caris HealthCare, LP (931) 537-3430 Odyssey Hospice (931) 528-5133

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Hospital Equipment & Supplies Larco Medical, Inc. (931) 528-7573

In-Home Care Services Home Instead Senior Care (931) 526-1127 Visiting Angels Living Assistance Services (931) 372-7777

Hospitals Cookeville Regional Medical Individual Members Center Aaron Bernhardt (931) 528-2541 (931) 261-8730 Hotels & Motels Allen Ray Alpine Lodge & Suites (931) 526-2191 (931) 526-3333 Andy Redus Americas Best Value Inn (931) 526-4444 (931) 526-9521 Barbara Tetreault Baymont Inn & Suites (931) 432-4461 #17918 Betty Case (931) 525-6668 (931) 537-9961 Best Western Thunderbird Betty Jo Johnson Motel (931) 260-1216 (931) 526-7115 Bob Allen Clarion Inn by Choice (931) 528-4650 Hotels International Bobby Williams (931) 526-7125 (931) 644-9390 Comfort Inn & Suites Charles R. Miller (931) 372-0086 (931) 526-6869 Comfort Suites Chuck Sparks (931) 372-1881 (931) 265-5555 Days Inn Clarence Smith (931) 528-1511 (No Phone) Fairfield Inn & Suites by Connie Albrecht Marriott (931) 526-1317 (931) 854-1050 Dan Drab Hampton Inn (931) 526-8553 (931) 520-1117 Dave Thomas Holiday Inn Express & (931) 528-4616 Suites Drue Huffines (931) 881-2000 (931) 526-3425 LaQuinta Inn & Suites Dwight Henry (931) 520-3800 (931) 265-5883 Motel 6 Eldon Leslie (931) 528-1040 (931) 526-8794 Red Roof Inn Eric Brown (931) 528-2020 (931) 260-5247 Star Motor Inn Estelle Siers-Gabel (931) 526-9511 (931) 526-9572 Super 8 - Monterey Gisela Wood (931) 584-0070 (931) 520-1906 Human Resources James E. Woodford Upper Cumberland Human (931) 528-8020 Resource Agency James K. Morton (931) 528-1127 (615) 370-2891 James Seay Brown HVAC Duct Cleaning Advanced Cleaning Service (931) 528-5356 James T. Martin LLC (931) 528-6372 (931) 537-3733 Jim Hicks Coit Services (No Phone) (931) 372-0755 Joe Albrecht Ice Cream & Frozen (931) 526-1317 Desserts John B. Averitt, Ph.D. 20 Degrees Frozen Yogurt (931) 526-2722 Lounge Inc. John Poteet (931) 854-1314 (931) 372-9170 Marble Slab Larry Epps (931) 526-7522 (931) 526-9571

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Lavonda Moore (931) 528-5077 Leon C. Burns (931) 528-1114 Leslie Sullins (931) 520-3393 Michael Detwiler (931) 252-8228 Noble Cody (931) 526-1032 Nolan Goolsby (931) 526-1041 Paul Ramsey (931) 526-7676 Richard A. Campbell (931) 526-7352 Robert C. Davis (931) 526-2069 Tammie Ragsdale (931) 823-1918 Ted Lundy (No Phone) Thomas Chervenak (865) 689-2010 Thomas Deberry (931) 526-2530 Thomas Lynn (931) 525-2301 Wallace Prescott (931) 528-8575 Wayland Hawkins (931) 528-1244 Industrial Equipment Movers Billings Crane & Mechanical, Inc. (931) 526-5470 Insulation Contractors Evergreen Today LLC (931) 783-0111 Insurance AFLAC Insurance (931) 303-7808 Allstate Insurance/HuntFrasier Agency (931) 528-8063 BB&T Legge Insurance (931) 526-2191 Cumberland Insurance Agency (931) 372-1222 Dan Brooks & Associates (931) 372-8571 Farm Bureau Insurance Algood (931) 854-9180 Farm Bureau Insurance Joe Harpe (931) 528-1571 Farm Bureau Insurance Monterey (931) 584-0042 Farm Bureau Insurance Phillip Baker (931) 432-1571

Farm Credit Services (931) 526-6136 Gary Maxwell Insurance Agency, LLC (931) 528-0474 Health Benefit Solutions LLC (931) 528-7232 Lafever Insurance Agency (931) 526-3377 LPL Financial Inc. (931) 537-2269 New York Life Insurance Co. (931) 525-5433 Paige Final Expense Services (931) 284-8360 Paramedicals Unlimited, Inc. (931) 520-0911 Peachtree Planning (931) 644-5795 Primerica Financial Services (931) 372-0006 Rains Agency (931) 528-6787 State Farm Insurance Elwood Ervin (931) 526-9693 State Farm Insurance John White (931) 528-6464 State Farm Insurance Josh Tucker (931) 646-0000 State Farm Insurance Suzanne Worrell (931) 526-8795 State Farm Insurance Agency - J. T. Turnbow (931) 528-5587 The Swallows Newman Agency (931) 526-4025 Wilmoth Insurance Agency (931) 526-6181 Interior Decorators & Designers Lenhart Design Company (931) 528-1220 Staging Spaces (931) 261-9678 Sugar & Spice (931) 239-2497 Upper Cumberland Decorating Center (931) 528-1212 Internet Access Providers AT&T (423) 265-2224 Charter Business/ Communications/Media (No Phone) OnWav Inc. (931) 476-2121

Twin Lakes Communications (931) 476-2151 Twin Lakes Telephone Cooperative (931) 268-2151 Internet Consulting/ Web Development FoxLeaf Books (931) 303-8336 Investment Services Mutual Funds Primerica Financial Services (931) 372-0006 IT Consulting EPIC Technologies LLC (931) 526-3742 Janitorial Equipment & Supplies Kelsan Inc. (800) 467-7111 Jewelers - Retail Borden Jewelry Company (931) 526-3371 Cookeville Loan & Jewelry (931) 528-4653 Laverne & Janet’s Jewelry (931) 526-2654 Middle Tennessee Jewelry (931) 526-4653 Pebbles 2 (931) 854-9229 This and That Gifts (931) 526-4438 Karate Instruction Victory Sports Center (931) 526-4960 Landscape Contractors Extreme Property Management LLC (931) 372-8158 Green Thumb Landscape & Design LLC (931) 854-9015 Jerry Robbins Landscaping & Irrigation (931) 526-3620 Mid-Tenn Nursery & Landscaping (931) 526-8317 New Day Services LLC (931) 537-6777 Southern Landscapes & Irrigation Systems LLC (931) 528-5223 Total Outdoor Services (931) 277-3005 Uncommon Grounds LLC (931) 372-2571 Lawn Care & Property Maintenance Green Thumb Landscape & Design LLC (931) 854-9015


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Total Outdoor Services (931) 277-3005 Uncommon Grounds LLC (931) 372-2571 Libraries - Public Putnam County Library System (931) 526-2416 Lighting Fixtures Ferguson Enterprises (931) 520-3867 Lowe’s of Cookeville (931) 646-4100 Williams Wholesale Supply (931) 528-6441

Mailing Services Remar Inc. (615) 449-0231 Maintenance Commercial Property New Day Services LLC (931) 537-6777 Total Outdoor Services (931) 277-3005 Manufacturers Aerospace Products Flexial Corporation - BOA Aerospace (931) 432-1853

Manufacturers Linen Supplies & Services Automated Robotic Systems Mills Linen Service ATC Automation (931) 526-9795 (931) 528-5417 One Hour Martinizing (931) 526-4687 Manufacturers Automobile Parts Liquor Stores ABC INOAC Exterior American Wine & Spirits Systems LLC (931) 854-1318 (931) 823-7381 Delbert’s Wine & Spirits (931) 526-7258 Manufacturers - Automotive Livestock Transmission Parts Hairloom Alpacas DACCO, Inc. (931) 854-0717 (931) 528-7581 Loans Manufacturers - Beauty Cash Express Salon Furnishings (931) 520-8662 Collins Manufacturing Co. F & M Bank (931) 528-5151 (931) 525-5626 Farm Credit Services Manufacturers (931) 526-6136 Chrome Plating FFSi Mortgage Bradmark (931) 526-3374 (931) 528-5695 Guaranty Mortgage Manufacturers Services Commercial Cabinets & (931) 526-9942 Casework Mortgage Investors Group Fixtur-World (931) 526-9496 (931) 528-7259 Pioneer Credit Company (931) 526-3886 Manufacturers Putnam 1st Mercantile Bank Commercial Truck (931) 528-6372 Parts & Products Sun Loan Company Phoenix U.S.A., Inc. (931) 526-3240 (931) 526-6128 US Bank Manufacturers (931) 520-2900 World Finance Corporation Electronic Automotive Testing - East Total Quality, Inc. (931) 372-8011 World Finance Corporation (931) 372-0575 - West Manufacturers - Filters (931) 520-3090 Cummins Filtration Loans - Post Secondary (931) 526-9551 Education Manufacturers Edsouth Filtration Elements (865) 342-5500 Fluitek Corporation (931) 528-6518 Log Homes - Builders Honest Abe Log Homes (931) 537-3651

Manufacturers Hardwoods Hermitage Hardwoods (931) 526-6832 Manufacturers Heating Elements TUTCO, Inc. (931) 432-4141 Manufacturers - HighTech Security Products Research Electronics Int’l (931) 537-6032 Manufacturers - Home Care Products Oreck Manufacturing (931) 646-7800 Manufacturers Hydraulic & Pneumatic Machinery Air & Hydraulic Equipment, Inc. (931) 528-1012 Manufacturers Industrial Pressure Vessels ME Industries, Inc. (931) 537-3533 Manufacturers Industrial Seating E-Com, Inc. (931) 372-2688

Manufacturers - Metal Spinnings, Metal Stampings METCOM Inc. (931) 526-8412 Manufacturers - Metal Stampings APCOM Inc. (931) 526-2137 Bradmark (931) 528-5695 Manufacturers - Molds & Stamping Dies APCOM Inc. (931) 526-2137 Manufacturers - MultiFuel Stoves NESCO, Inc. (931) 372-0130 Manufacturers Pedicraft Hospital Beds/Metal Fabricating Bennett Industries, Inc. (931) 432-4011 Manufacturers Picture Frames Nielsen Bainbridge LLC (931) 268-0241

Manufacturers - Plastic Injection Molding Putnam County Plastic Molding Manufacturers - Ink Jet (931) 528-3234 & Food Grade Products Manufacturers Synergy Products, Inc. Porcelain Enameling (931) 525-1244 Bradmark Manufacturers (931) 528-5695 Inspection Tooling Manufacturers M P Components, LLC Production Machining (931) 525-1600 Leonard Machine Company Manufacturers - Laser (931) 526-1537 Cutting Manufacturers METCOM Inc. Repackager of Health (931) 526-8412 Care Products Manufacturers Aphena Pharma Solutions Machine Shop Tennessee Rapid Machine Company (931) 372-2041 (931) 528-7975 Manufacturers - Sheet Manufacturers - Meat/ Metal Fabrication Poultry Processing Cookeville Sheet Metal Perdue Farms Works Inc. (931) 839-5000 (931) 432-7663 Manufacturers - Metal Manufacturers - Sports Fabrication & Powder Apparel Coating Wilson Sporting Goods Bennett Industries, Inc. (931) 738-7500 (931) 432-4011 Manufacturers - ThreeRapid Machine Company Way Valves (931) 528-7975 Flowserve Corporation (931) 432-4021

Manufacturers Vacuum Cleaners Oreck Manufacturing (931) 646-7800 Manufacturers - Vacuum Oil Purifiers & Filters Baron USA, Inc. (931) 528-8476 Manufacturers Welded Metal Bellows Flexial Corporation - BOA Aerospace (931) 432-1853 Manufacturers Welding & Repair Service Stone Steel, LLC (931) 526-1063 Manufacturers Representative Automation Equipment R. D. Dishman & Associates Inc. (931) 537-9969 Manufacturing Services Quality Service Group LLC (931) 646-7100 Marinas & Resorts Cookeville Boat Dock & Resort (931) 858-4008 Edgar Evins Marina (931) 858-5695 Marketing/Advertising 303 Marketing (931) 854-9088 B Line Designs & Consulting (931) 267-5002 Comcast Spotlight (931) 372-1301 HIBU - Yellowbook, Inc. (800) 929-3556 Homes and Land Magazine (865) 556-4074 MMA Creative (931) 528-8852 Nu Image Promotions Inc. (931) 823-5455 Roland Digital Media (931) 528-8100 Tennessee Print Masters (TPM) (931) 614-4465 WDStone & Associates (931) 525-6020 Marketing Research WDStone & Associates (931) 525-6020 Marketing/PR/Graphic Design B Line Designs & Consulting (931) 267-5002

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Meeting Facilities 20 Degrees Frozen Yogurt Lounge Inc. (931) 854-1314 Cookeville Golf Club Masonry Contractors (931) 526-5526 Farley’s Masonry, Inc. DelMonaco Winery (931) 432-4620 (931) 858-1177 Massage Licensed Hidden Hollow Park Therapists (931) 526-4038 Gentleman’s Barber Leslie Town Centre (931) 528-1090 (931) 372-7200 Wellspring Family Nick’s Restaurant & Lounge Chiropractic (931) 528-1434 (931) 528-5284 Wildwood Manor Bed & Breakfast Massage Therapy Back to Health Chiropractic (931) 704-5510 Willow Place Conference (931) 372-2225 Center Gentleman’s Barber (931) 525-5400 (931) 528-1090 Salon DaVinci Mental Health Services (931) 528-2887 Barbara J. Johnson, LCSW Wellspring Family (931) 528-4150 Chiropractic Personal Growth & (931) 528-5284 Learning Center (931) 520-8435 Meat Packing Plateau Mental Health James Meat Company Center (931) 372-2900 (931) 432-4123 Mechanical Contractors Ten Broeck Tennessee Lee Company (931) 783-2572 (931) 520-3434 Mental Retardation/ Medical Clinics Mental Disabilities Convenient Care Clinic Community Options, Inc. (931) 526-1050 (931) 372-0955 Pacesetters, Inc. Medical Equipment & (931) 537-9100 Supplies MMA Creative (931) 528-8852 WDStone & Associates (931) 525-6020

Apple Independence Mobility LLC (931) 528-5788 Buckeye Home Medical Equipment (931) 526-5545 Larco Medical, Inc. (931) 528-7573

Medical Facilities Upper Cumberland Physician’s Surgery Center (931) 528-5007 Medical Services Cookeville Audiology & Hearing Aids (931) 854-9499 Cookeville Pathology Laboratory (931) 528-2836 MooreEyes, LLC (931) 839-3937 Star Physical Therapy (931) 854-1203 Tier 1 Health & Wellness (931) 526-9518

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Military Veterans Organization American Legion Post 46 (931) 303-1296 Mobile/Manufactured Homes - Dealers Meadows Homes, Inc. (931) 528-2800 Monuments Vaughn’s Monument Works (931) 526-4917 Mortgages FFSi Mortgage (931) 526-3374 Guaranty Mortgage Services (931) 526-9942 Motorcycle Sales & Service Boswell’s Harley Davidson (931) 526-3139 Motorized Vehicles Apple Independence Mobility LLC (931) 528-5788

Movies - Retail Books and More (931) 854-1655 Moving Services Freddy Duncan & Sons Moving & Storage (931) 526-9500 Music Instruments Repair C & G’s Mountain Music (931) 526-4999 Music Instruments Retail C & G’s Mountain Music (931) 526-4999 Music Lessons Stevens Street Baptist Church School of Performing Arts (931) 526-6398 Music Supplies C & G’s Mountain Music (931) 526-4999 Compact Discovery (931) 372-2562 Musicians Bryan Symphony Orchestra Association (931) 525-2633 Nail Salons Salon DaVinci (931) 528-2887 Southern Sun Salon (931) 526-4105 Networking Organizations WestSide Business Association (931) 372-0570 Newspapers Herald-Citizen (931) 526-9715 Overton County News (931) 823-6485 Nonprofit Service Organization Alzheimer’s Tennessee Inc. (931) 526-8010 American Cancer Society (931) 520-7757 American Legion Post 46 (931) 303-1296 American Red Cross Middle TN Region (931) 473-2595 Better Business Bureau (931) 520-0008 Blood Assurance (931) 526-3462 Boma First Church of God (931) 858-5119

Cookeville Football Club (931) 528-2658 Cookeville Pregnancy Clinic (931) 526-5525 Cookeville Senior Citizen Center (931) 526-9318 Cookeville-Putnam County Clean Commission (931) 537-3278 Friends of the Baxter Depot (931) 528-6140 Heart of the Cumberland (931) 525-2600 Heavenly Host Lutheran School (931) 520-3766 MasterSingers Inc. (No Phone) Old Gainesboro Road Utility District (931) 526-7210 Pacesetters, Inc. (931) 537-9100 Power of Putnam (931) 520-7531 Putnam County Habitat for Humanity (931) 528-1711 Putnam County Library System (931) 526-2416 Rising Above Ministries (931) 526-7473 The Foundation at Cookeville Regional (931) 783-2037 Trinity Assembly of God (931) 537-9830 Upper Cumberland Friends of the NRA (931) 510-5216 Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency (931) 528-1127 WCTE-TV (931) 528-2222

OfficeMax (931) 525-1428 Opthalmologists Middle Tennessee Eye Associates (931) 372-1994 Optical Goods - Retail Middle Tennessee Eye Associates (931) 372-1994 Optometrists Huddleston & Shepherd Family Vision Care (931) 526-2022 MooreEyes, LLC (931) 839-3937 Mullins Vision Associates PLLC (931) 526-6711 Wheeler Family Eye Care (931) 528-7765 Ornamental Metal Gates & Fences Security Fence Inc. (931) 526-3603 Paint & Wallpaper Dealers ColorMagic (931) 526-4216 Sherwin-Williams Company (931) 526-6261 Painting & Wallpaper Services Don Haile & Son Decorators (931) 526-6036 Parks Hidden Hollow Park (931) 526-4038

Party Equipment & Supplies - Rental Bluewaters Equipment Rental (931) 528-7559 Nursing Homes Classic Party Rentals Bethesda Health Care Center (615) 641-1111 (931) 525-6655 Deborah’s Designs Caring Homes for Seniors (931) 528-7673 (931) 881-7443 Heritage Pointe Senior Living Past Chamber Chair Al Enochs (931) 520-1200 Kindred Transitional Care & (931) 528-1573 Allen Ray Rehabilitation - Masters (931) 526-2191 (931) 537-6524 Betty Case NHC Healthcare (931) 537-9961 (931) 528-5516 Bob Allen Office Equipment Sales (931) 528-4650 XMC Xerox Bob Bell (615) 417-8527 (931) 526-8764 Bob Mackie Office Supplies (931) 537-4000 A-Z Office Resource, Inc. (931) 372-8482


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Bobby Williams (931) 644-9390 Charles Johnston (931) 526-8141 Charles Jordan (931) 528-1575 Charles R. Miller (931) 526-6869 Clarence B Palk, Jr. (931) 526-6666 Dan Drab (931) 526-8553 Dave Thomas (931) 528-4616 Drue Huffines (931) 526-3425 Fred Brown (931) 537-6726 James K. Morton (615) 370-2891 James Seay Brown (931) 528-5356 James T. Martin (931) 528-6372 Jerry Cantrell (931) 526-8621 Jim Hicks (No Phone) Joe Albrecht (931) 526-1317 Joe Scardina (931) 537-6361 John Poteet (931) 372-9170 Lavonda Moore (931) 528-5077 Leon Delozier (931) 528-5550 Peter Metts (931) 526-3817 Richard A. Campbell (931) 526-7352 Rick Larsen (931) 432-1853 Scott Copeland (No Phone) Ted Lundy (No Phone) Thomas Chervenak (865) 689-2010 Thomas Lawrence (931) 528-1575 Thomas Lynn (931) 525-2301 Toney Hudson (931) 526-9400 Wallace Prescott (931) 528-8575 Paving/Asphalt Contractors Highways, Inc. (931) 526-3038 McCloud’s Asphalt Sealing (931) 260-0309

Payroll & Tax Preparation Service Leisa A. Stanberry, CPA (931) 520-7675 Michael D. McNelly CPA (931) 528-0110 Personal Care Services Aid & Assist at Home LLC (931) 526-6220 ViSalus Sciences (931) 520-6327 Personal Training Personal Training Studio LLC (931) 525-1200 Pest Control Advanced Termite & Pest Control (931) 456-6689 Hill’s Termite & Pest Control (931) 526-5212 Midstate Termite & Pest Control Inc. (931) 526-4222 Pet Sitting The Pet Pal Gal (931) 510-3618 Petroleum Products Distributors Robert W. Agee Inc. (931) 836-3163 Petroleum/Gas Equipment ProTech Services, LLC (931) 260-0400 Pharmacies Algood Drugs (931) 537-3211 Americare Pharmacy Services, LLC (931) 528-0070 Kroger Company (931) 526-4575 Walgreens (931) 525-3649 Wal-Mart - Algood (931) 537-3880 Wal-Mart Supercenter (931) 520-0232 Photo Finishing Walgreens (931) 525-3649 Photographers Portrait Deuel’s Creative Photography (931) 526-4533 Ron Baker Photography (931) 526-6886 Physical Examinations Paramedicals Unlimited, Inc. (931) 520-0911

Physical Therapy BenchMark Physical Therapy (931) 372-1315 Star Physical Therapy (931) 854-1203 Wellspring Family Chiropractic (931) 528-5284 Physicians Upper Cumberland Physician’s Surgery Center (931) 528-5007 Physicians - Allergy, Asthma, Sinus Allergy, Asthma & Sinus Center (931) 528-5373 Physicians - Cardiology Tennessee Heart PLLC (931) 372-0405 Physicians Chiropractic Back to Health Chiropractic (931) 372-2225 Barrett Chiropractic (931) 372-7797 Cookeville Chiropractic & Physical Therapy PC (931) 526-3151 Tennessee Spine Joint & Pain Management (931) 526-5311 Wellspring Family Chiropractic (931) 528-5284 Physicians - Ear, Nose & Throat Upper Cumberland Otolaryngology Clinic (931) 528-1575 Physicians - Family Practice Cookeville Medical Center/ Physicians Urgent Care (931) 528-8899 Innovative Family Care (931) 528-9222 Physicians Gastroenterology Lorrie L. Henson, M.D. (931) 520-4887 Physicians - Neurology Associates in Neurology (931) 528-5811 Physicians - Obstetrics & Gynecology Cookeville Gynecology (931) 528-9047 Gynecology & Women’s Health Care (931) 372-1746

Plumbing Contractors Cookeville Plumbing (931) 526-9287 Physicians D & D Enterprises, Occupational Medicine Plumbing & Electrical Inc. Occupational Health Center (931) 526-1320 (931) 526-1604 Fishback Plumbing LLC Physicians (931) 854-1888 Opthalmology Lee Company John Martin Epley Jr., M.D. (931) 520-3434 (931) 526-7581 RPM Heating, Cooling, Middle Tennessee Eye Plumbing & Electrical Associates (931) 644-3455 (931) 372-1994 Plumbing Fixtures, Physicians - Oral Surgery Equipment & Supplies Regional Oral Surgery Cookeville Plumbing Center (931) 526-9287 (931) 528-6252 Ferguson Enterprises Physicians - Orthopedics (931) 520-3867 Williams Wholesale Supply Upper Cumberland (931) 528-6441 Orthopedic Surgery

OB-GYN Associates (931) 528-7527

(931) 526-9518 Physicians - Pain Management Nashville Pain Center (931) 372-1799 Tennessee Spine Joint & Pain Management (931) 526-5311 Physicians - Pediatrics Cookeville Pediatric Associates (931) 528-1485 Kids Kare Pediatrics & Pediatric Cardiology (931) 526-6173 Tennessee Pediatric & Adolescent Health Care (931) 526-6100 Physicians - Physiatry John Keith Nichols, MD (931) 526-9518 Physicians - Sleep Disorder Medicine Sleep Unlimited Cookeville (931) 525-1160 Physicians - Surgeons Middle Tennessee Surgical Specialists (931) 528-1992

Pregnancy Counseling Cookeville Pregnancy Clinic (931) 526-5525 Printed/Published Advertising Ron Baker Photography (931) 526-6886 Tee It Up & Restaurant Pocket Guides (931) 319-1833 Tulle & Naynoo Magazines (931) 260-5925 Printing Equipment XMC Xerox (615) 417-8527 Printing Services Anderson Printing Solutions (931) 528-1561 Express Signs & Printing (931) 520-4007 Nu Image Promotions Inc. (931) 823-5455 Print Link Printing (931) 537-7474 Trademark Printing (931) 520-3421 Produce - Wholesale J. R. Gaw Produce (931) 526-2078

Promotional Consultants Cookeville Promo (931) 544-4443 Crown Trophy of Cookeville (931) 528-2769 Nelson Trophy & Screen Picture Frames - Dealers Printing Art & Frame Outlet, Inc. (931) 537-6467 (931) 526-6141 Nu Image Promotions Inc. (931) 823-5455 Planned, Gated Communities Promotional Items Bluffs at Cumberland Cove Cookeville Promo (931) 252-3852 (931) 544-4443 Physicians - Urology Upper Cumberland Urology Assoc. PC (931) 528-5547

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Fastsigns of Cookeville (931) 854-9007 MacKool Manufacturing LLC (931) 526-6191 Tennessee Print Masters (TPM) (931) 614-4465

Cookeville Commons Shopping Center (615) 569-5350 Falcon Realty (931) 528-2158 Jackson Properties (931) 260-1663

Public Relations Agency Real Estate - Property Rentals MMA Creative Bock Properties (931) 528-8852 (931) 267-3594 Publishers Buckner Properties, Inc. Albrecht Publishing Group (931) 526-2104 (931) 526-4477 Cookeville Commons Tulle & Naynoo Magazines Shopping Center (931) 260-5925 (615) 569-5350 Publishers - Area Soard Properties Telephone Book (931) 526-1988 The Berry Company Real Estate - Residential (800) 578-2533 Al Enochs - First Realty Publishers - Business Company News (931) 528-1573 Cumberland Business Andrea Dyer - American Journal Way Real Estate (931) 528-8852 (931) 239-4700 Bettye Bussell - American Radio Stations Way Real Estate Cookeville (931) 265-4788 Communications LLC Beverly Pierce - American (931) 526-7144 Way Real Estate Stonecom Radio (931) 252-5222 (931) 528-6064 Bluffs at Cumberland Cove Real Estate - Commercial (931) 252-3852 Al Enochs - First Realty Bob & Judy Johnson - First Company Realty Company (931) 528-1573 (931) 537-2274 Bettye Bussell - American Brenda Gaw @ First Realty Way Real Estate Company (931) 265-4788 (931) 260-6123 Brookside Properties Inc. Brewington Auction & Realty (615) 352-3300 (931) 520-1783 Commercial Consultants Brookside Properties Inc. LLC - B. J. Starnes (615) 352-3300 (931) 854-9511 Crystal Odom - First Realty Commercial Consultants Company LLC - Bill Monday (931) 261-9652 (931) 854-9511 Hill Realty Commercial Consultants (931) 526-4455 LLC - Brent Hart Jeff Jones - American Way (931) 854-9511 Real Estate Commercial Consultants (931) 526-9581 LLC - Gil Gibbs Julie Gibson - First Realty (931) 854-9511 Company David Bowen - Coldwell (931) 528-1573 Banker Commercial Kathy Dunn - First Realty Professionals Company (615) 476-7949 (931) 265-4575 Hill Realty Libby Capps - American (931) 526-4455 Way Real Estate The Realty Firm (931) 260-4186 (931) 520-7750 Mac Evans - American Way Real Estate Real Estate - Property (931) 526-9581 Management Seanaree Albrecht - First Buckner Properties, Inc. Realty Company (931) 526-2104 (931) 260-7470 6 2 | T h e S o u r c e b o o k + No. 18

Shirley Riddle - American Way Real Estate (931) 526-9581 Susan Hogan - American Way Real Estate (931) 260-8103 Susan Johnson - First Realty Company (931) 261-5596 The Realty Firm (931) 520-7750 Wanda Maynord - First Realty Company (931) 528-1573

Rental Properties Housing Hampton Creek Apartments (931) 432-4152 Repair Service Watches, Jewelry Laverne & Janet’s Jewelry (931) 526-2654 Middle Tennessee Jewelry (931) 526-4653

Restaurants 13th Street Kountry Cafe (931) 854-9440 Real Estate 20 Degrees Frozen Yogurt Associations Lounge Inc. Upper Cumberland (931) 854-1314 Association of Realtors Inc. 3 Little Birds Café (931) 528-4093 (931) 858-1109 Blue Coast Burrito Real Estate Brokers (931) 525-2583 Al Enochs - First Realty Bobby Q’s Company (931) 526-1024 (931) 528-1573 Buffalo Wild Wings Brookside Properties Inc. (931) 520-0872 (615) 352-3300 Casa Mexicana David Bowen - Coldwell (931) 526-3794 Banker Commercial CHAR Professionals (931) 520-2427 (615) 476-7949 Jeff Jones - American Way Chick-Fil-A (931) 372-2665 Real Estate Christy’s Cafe & Bakery (931) 526-9581 (931) 520-5757 Monte Gaw Appraisal Cookeville Boat Dock & Service Resort (931) 372-0388 (931) 858-4008 The Realty Firm Crawdaddy’s Inc. (931) 520-7750 (931) 526-4660 Real Estate Developers Domino’s Pizza Bluffs at Cumberland Cove (931) 520-3333 (931) 252-3852 Edgar Evins Marina Real Estate Magazine (931) 858-5695 Homes and Land Magazine El Tapatio Mexican (865) 556-4074 Restaurant (931) 836-1346 Recycling Services (931) 372-0246 Eco-Tude (931) 520-4393 (931) 260-3853 Family Traditions Cafe R Cubed Environmental (931) 526-4111 Solutions Firehouse Subs (931) 529-3945 (931) 854-9176 Reflexology Flipp N Burgers Back to Health Chiropractic (931) 510-2027 (931) 372-2225 Funderburk Management Rehabilitation Services LLC (931) 537-2221 Star Physical Therapy Golden Corral Restaurant (931) 854-1203 (931) 526-2352 Rental Properties Honey Baked Ham & Café Commercial (931) 520-4426 Mills Properties Hooligan’s Half Irish Pub (931) 261-5307 (931) 526-2927 J. W. C. Burger King (931) 526-2031 Mandarin Palace (931) 525-2628

Marble Slab (931) 526-7522 Marco’s Pizza (931) 372-1200 Mauricio’s Italian Restaurant (931) 528-2456 Nick’s Restaurant & Lounge (931) 528-1434 Papa Murphy’s Pizza (931) 520-7272 Poppy’s Cafe (931) 854-0580 Quiznos Subs (931) 284-3928 Ralph’s Donut Shop (931) 526-4231 Rib City Grill (931) 372-7100 RiverWatch Golf Club (931) 761-8125 Shoney’s Restaurant 1214 (931) 526-1022 Spankies (931) 528-1050 Stroud’s Barbeque (931) 528-7020 The Whistle Stop (931) 858-3287 Upper Cumberland Bakery dba Dunkin Donuts (931) 854-1450 WestSide Deli (931) 854-9378 Whitts Barbecue (931) 372-1417 Zaxby’s (931) 372-1700 Restoration & Remodeling Advanced Inc. (931) 528-1960 Evergreen Today LLC (931) 783-0111 Extreme Property Management LLC (931) 372-8158 Highland Home Improvement (931) 537-3322 RPM Heating, Cooling, Plumbing & Electrical (931) 644-3455 Solid Rock Concrete Renovations (931) 808-2882 Tennessee Master Restoration (931) 372-0406 Retirement Benefits Seniors State Farm Insurance Agency - J. T. Turnbow (931) 528-5587


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Retirement Communities Cedar Hills Senior Living (931) 526-9108 Roofing Contractors Allen’s Exteriors, Inc. (931) 528-5367 Cookeville Sheet Metal Works Inc. (931) 432-7663 Watson Metals (931) 526-1236 Sand & Gravel Monterey Limestone Company, Inc. (931) 823-5619 Sand Products LLC (931) 839-7272 Schools - Preschools A Place to Grow Daycare (931) 526-9936 The Learning Garden (931) 858-0006 Schools - Private Heavenly Host Lutheran School (931) 520-3766 Highland Rim Academy (931) 526-4472 Lighthouse Learning Center (931) 520-7400 Sylvan Learning Center (931) 528-2543 Schools - Secondary & Elementary Algood Elementary School (931) 303-0362 Algood Middle School (931) 537-6141 Avery Trace Middle School (931) 520-2200 Baxter Elementary School (931) 858-3110 Burks Middle School (931) 839-7641 Cane Creek Elementary School (931) 520-1173 Capshaw School (931) 526-2414 Cookeville High School (931) 520-2287 Cornerstone Middle School (931) 858-6601 Jere Whitson Elementary (931) 526-6575 Monterey High School (931) 839-2970 Northeast Elementary School (931) 526-2978 Park View Elementary School (931) 526-2516

Prescott South Elementary School (931) 526-2275 Prescott South Middle School (931) 528-3647 Sycamore Elementary School (931) 526-9322 Uffelman Elementary School (931) 839-2791 Upperman High School (931) 858-3112 White Plains Academy (931) 537-3862 Schools - Sporting Activities Upper Cumberland Friends of the NRA (931) 510-5216 Schools - Universities & Colleges (Academic)  Tennessee Tech University (931) 372-3311 Schools - Universities & Colleges (Technical, Academic)  Genesis Career College of Cookeville (931) 526-8735 MedVance Institute (931) 526-3660 Nashville State Community College-Cookeville Campus (931) 520-0551 Tennessee Bible College (931) 526-2616

Shelters - Homeless Cookeville Rescue Mission (931) 528-5819 Shoes - Retail French’s Shoes & Boots (931) 528-2779 Shopping Centers Cookeville Commons Shopping Center (615) 569-5350 Liberty Square Inc. (931) 526-7511 Shredding Service OnSite Sentry Shred LLC (931) 526-3022 Siding Contractors BOS Siding & Gutter (931) 265-8683 Signage/Billboard Lamar Advertising Co. (931) 526-5766 Roland Digital Media (931) 528-8100 Tennessee Print Masters (TPM) (931) 614-4465 Signs Express Signs & Printing (931) 520-4007 Fastsigns of Cookeville (931) 854-9007 Nelson Trophy & Screen Printing (931) 537-6467 Vital Signs & Designs (931) 372-8470

Scrap Metals PSC Metals, Inc. (931) 526-2315

Skating Rinks The Sk8 (931) 372-2758

Scrapbooking - Supplies, Service & Instruction Scrapbook It LLC (931) 537-2571

Skin Care Products/ Services A Beautiful Face Aesthetics (931) 265-0954 Mary Kay Cosmetics – Peggy Jenkins (931) 526-5709

Screenprinting MacKool Manufacturing LLC (931) 526-6191 Nelson Trophy & Screen Printing (931) 537-6467 Sports House (931) 372-9002 Security Control Equipment, Systems & Monitoring Security 7 Alarms, Inc. (931) 528-2005 Sheet Metal Contractors Cookeville Sheet Metal Works Inc. (931) 432-7663

Small Engine Repair & Sales Gentry’s Power Equipment (931) 526-4895 Social Activities Cookeville Senior Citizen Center (931) 526-9318 Social Security Disability Claims & Appeals Billy G. Smith & Associates (931) 526-4445 Roy Byrd & Associates (931) 372-0251

Social Service Organizations Alzheimer’s Tennessee Inc. (931) 526-8010 American Red Cross Middle TN Region (931) 473-2595 Cookeville Pregnancy Clinic (931) 526-5525 Heart of the Cumberland (931) 525-2600 Pacesetters, Inc. (931) 537-9100 Putnam County Habitat for Humanity (931) 528-1711 Upper Cumberland Susan G. Komen Affiliate (931) 303-0096 Soil Testing TTL, Inc. (615) 331-7770 Sound Systems & Equipment Michael’s Video Productions (931) 528-7997 Spa Treatment A Beautiful Face Aesthetics (931) 265-0954 Sporting Goods Sports House (931) 372-9002 Sports Bars Buffalo Wild Wings (931) 520-0872 Hooligan’s Half Irish Pub (931) 526-2927 Sports Equipment Retail Tennessee Race Timing (931) 252-0754 Sports Organizations Crossfit Mayhem (No Phone) Plateau Eco-Sports (931) 854-9097 Upper Cumberland Friends of the NRA (931) 510-5216 Sports/Outdoor Recreation Plateau Eco-Sports (931) 854-9097 Stock & Bond Brokers Luna & Birdwell Investment Group (931) 528-5862 Raymond James Financial Services (931) 520-0778

UBS Financial Services, Inc. (931) 528-5426 Stone - Crushed Monterey Limestone Company, Inc. (931) 823-5619 Rogers Group, Inc. (931) 537-6535 Vulcan Materials Company (931) 520-1125 Stone - Natural LoJac Materials (931) 528-9118 Storage - Self Service Freddy Duncan & Sons Moving & Storage (931) 526-9500 Jerry C. Gaw, Inc. (931) 526-3700 Surveyors - Land Bartlett Surveying (931) 526-9000 Symphony Orchestras Bryan Symphony Orchestra Association (931) 525-2633 Tanning Salons Salon DaVinci (931) 528-2887 Southern Sun Salon (931) 526-4105 Tattooing True Love Tattoo (931) 252-3307 Tax Planning & Preparation Michael D. McNelly CPA (931) 528-0110 Tax Preparation Services Ajax Tax Preparation Company (931) 537-3434 Glen Smith, CFP (931) 528-7077 H & R Block (931) 526-1544 Sun Loan Company (931) 526-3240 World Finance Corporation - East (931) 372-8011 Technology - Products Core Integrated Technologies (931) 752-2673 Randolph Electronics (931) 526-6184 Xorcom USA (615) 349-2531 Technology - Services Core Integrated Technologies (931) 752-2673

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iCracked (931) 783-1033 Randolph Electronics (931) 526-6184 Tennessee Race Timing (931) 252-0754 Xorcom USA (615) 349-2531 Telecommunications Charter Business/ Communications/Media (No Phone) Frontier Communications (931) 528-0613 OnWav Inc. (931) 476-2121 Twin Lakes Communications (931) 476-2151 Twin Lakes Telephone Cooperative (931) 268-2151 Telephone Companies AT&T (423) 265-2224 Charter Business/ Communications/Media (No Phone) Frontier Communications (931) 528-0613 Twin Lakes Telephone Cooperative (931) 268-2151 Telephone Equipment & Systems Frontier Communications (931) 528-0613 Twin Lakes Telephone Cooperative (931) 268-2151 Telephone Service Long Distance AT&T (423) 265-2224 OnWav Inc. (931) 476-2121 Television - Cable & CATV Companies Frontier Communications (931) 528-0613 Hitech Direct (931) 528-5233 The Technology Store (931) 526-7243 Television Stations & Broadcasting Cookeville Communications LLC (931) 526-7144 WCTE-TV (931) 528-2222 Theaters Carmike Cinemas (706) 576-3460

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Cookeville Childrens Theatre Assn. (931) 528-5437

Transportation Service Crystal Air LLC (931) 510-6655

Thrift Shops Cookeville Rescue Mission (931) 528-5819 Cookeville Senior Citizen Center (931) 526-9318

Travel Agencies 2 Travel 4 Less (931) 260-2315 Affordable Travel (931) 432-2772 Cruise Planners (931) 839-8630 CruiseOne - Huddleston & Associates (931) 432-2279 Ships ‘n Trips (931) 528-7245

Tire Dealers - Retail Doc’s Auto & Tire Center (931) 526-7547 Freeman Tire Company Inc. (931) 528-7553 Maggart Tire Company LLC (931) 528-8425 Sam’s Club (931) 528-2070 Wal-Mart Supercenter (931) 520-0232 White County Tire & Repair (931) 836-8473 Title Companies Integrity Title & Escrow, LLC (931) 520-0404 Tourism Development Albrecht Publishing Group (931) 526-4477 Upper Cumberland Tourism Assn. (931) 537-6347 Tourist Destinations Fragrant Mushroom (931) 836-8190 Plateau Eco-Sports (931) 854-9097 Toy Store This and That Gifts (931) 526-4438 Training - Leadership Leadership Putnam (931) 528-5331 Training - Sports & Fitness Crossfit Mayhem (No Phone) The Little Gym of Cookeville (No Phone) Training - Vocational Genesis Career College of Cookeville (931) 526-8735 MedVance Institute (931) 526-3660 Training Consultants Crystal Air LLC (931) 510-6655 Integrated Management Resources, Inc. (865) 675-5901

Utility Companies Water Cookeville Water Department (931) 526-9591 Old Gainesboro Road Utility District (931) 526-7210 Vacuum Cleaner Sales & Service Oreck Commercial Sales/ Edmar Tennessee (931) 432-6556 Vending Machines Five Star Food Service, Inc. (931) 526-4011

Tree Services Putnam County Tree Service Veterinarians (931) 528-3828 Copeland Veterinary Hospital Trophies - Awards (931) 528-1111 Plaques Crown Trophy of Cookeville House Call Veterinarian (931) 267-2298 (931) 528-2769 Nelson Trophy & Screen Video Games - Retail Printing Books and More (931) 537-6467 (931) 854-1655 Truck Rentals Video Production Freddy Duncan & Sons Services Moving & Storage Michael’s Video Productions (931) 526-9500 (931) 528-7997 WCTE-TV Truck Repair & Service (931) 528-2222 Walker Diesel Service LP (931) 528-8555 Vocal Training Stevens Street Baptist Trucking - Motor Church School of Freight Performing Arts Averitt Express, Inc. (931) 526-6398 (931) 526-3306 CB Trucking, Inc. Warehousing (931) 738-5065 Commercial Select Transportation Freddy Duncan & Sons (931) 520-7696 Moving & Storage (931) 526-9500 Tuxedo Rentals Merle Norman Cosmetics & Warehousing & Beauty Queens Boutique Transportation (931) 526-6576 CB Trucking, Inc. One Hour Martinizing (931) 738-5065 (931) 526-4687 Waste Management Uniform & Linen Supply Services Service Eco-Tude UniFirst Corporation (931) 260-3853 (931) 520-1215 Wastewater Collection Utility Companies Systems Electric Total Outdoor Services Cookeville Electric (931) 277-3005 Department Water (Bottled)  (931) 526-9591 Foutch’s Coffee & Spring U. C. E. M. C. Water (931) 528-5449 (931) 537-6643 Volunteer Energy Cooperative Waterproofing (931) 839-2217 Advanced Termite & Pest Control (931) 456-6689

Coit Services (931) 372-0755 Hill’s Termite & Pest Control (931) 526-5212 Web Design & Marketing Allan Hawkins Design Services (931) 432-1211 Website Development MMA Creative (931) 528-8852 Roland Digital Media (931) 528-8100 Upper Cumberland Computer (931) 526-7766 WDStone & Associates (931) 525-6020 Wedding Planners Tulle & Naynoo Magazines (931) 260-5925 Welding Equipment & Supplies Holston Gases, Inc. (931) 528-3378 Wholesale Distributors Ferguson Enterprises (931) 520-3867 Wineries DelMonaco Winery (931) 858-1177 Stonehaus Winery, Inc. (931) 484-9463 Wireless Telecommunications Cell Plus/Verizon Wireless Premium Retailer (931) 526-3663 NewWave Link (931) 520-7824 Wrecker Service Donny’s I-40 Wrecker Service (931) 858-3899 White County Tire & Repair (931) 836-8473

Please Note: The Chamber of Commerce Business Category Listing changes during the year. This list was up-to-date at the time of publication. We apologize if there are any errors or omissions and will be happy to correct them at the earliest opportunity. To make changes or to join the Chamber, please call (931) 526-2211.


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All telephone numbers: 931 Area Code

Algood Elem. (K-4) Ms. Jill Ramsey • 303-0362

Algood Middle (PreK & 5-8) Mr. Tim Martin • 537-6141

Avery Trace Middle (5-8) Mr. Michael Meihls • 520-2200

Baxter Elem. (K-4) Ms. Tammy Hoover • 858-3110

Burks Elem. (K-8) Mr. Kevin Maynard • 839-7641

Cane Creek Elem. (PreK-4) Ms. Emily Pierce • 520-1173

Capshaw Elem. (K-4) Dr. Kim Wright • 526-2414

Cookeville High (PreK & 9-12) Mr. Lane Ward • 520-2287

Cornerstone Middle (5-8) Mr. Billy Stepp • 858-6601

Jere Whitson Elem. (PreK-4)

Northeast Elem. (PreK-4)

Dr. Melissa Palk • 526-2978

Park View Elem. (PreK-4) Mr. Bobby Winningham • 526-2516

Prescott South Elem. (PreK-4) Ms. Catherine Jones • 526-2275

Prescott South Middle (5-8) Ms. Cindy Taylor • 528-3647

Sycamore Elem. (PreK-4) Ms. Tracy Nabors • 526-9322

Upperman High (PreK & 9-12)

Ms. Penny Nash • 858-3112

White Plains Academy (K-12) Mr. Joe Matheney • 537-3862

Adult High

Ms. Jimmie Webber • 528-8685

Adult Education

Ms. Lynda Breeden • 528-8685

Director of Schools

Dr. Teri Anderson • 526-6575

Monterey High (9-12) Ms. Sonja Farley • 839-2970

1400 East Spring Street • Cookeville, TN 38506 931-526-9777 • Fax 931-528-6942 www.pcsstn.com

Mr. Jerry S. Boyd


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A Great Place to Do

business As the retail center for 14 counties with annual sales of more than $1 billion, Cookeville-Putnam County is a thriving marketplace for 340,000 customers. Manufacturing serves as the region’s largest employment sector, and Putnam County is home to more than 100 manufacturing companies, which employ more than 6,000 people. In good company Goods produced by many Putnam County companies are exported all around the world. One company — Flexial — literally has products in outer space. Based in Cookeville, Flexial produces highly engineered metal bellows that are in use on a wide variety of commercial and military aircraft around the world and are also in use aboard numerous space systems, including the International Space Station.

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They’re one of many Putnam County companies that produce innovative, high-tech products. Research Electronics International (REI) designs and manufactures electronic countermeasure equipment for government agencies, law enforcement organizations, corporate security personnel and technical surveillance countermeasure professionals. Aphena Pharma Solutions, with founding headquarters in Cookeville, is one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical packaging companies. ATC Automation designs and builds custom assembly automation and test systems for a variety of industries, including the medical device, consumer product and automotive sectors.

coil heating elements; Identity Group, which provides visual identity and communication products to national office supply chains; and many more. “We have a rich history of innovation and creation that continues today due to the entrepreneurial spirit that exists here in the Highlands region,” said George Halford, Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber of Commerce president and CEO. “World-class, locally owned companies are sought after for the high quality and unique product offerings made right here in Putnam County.”

Several larger companies have their corporate headquarters here, as well, including iWC, a regional food distribution company; Averitt Express, one of the nation’s leading freight transportation firms that also provides service to more than 300 international destinations; Tutco, the world’s largest supplier of open-

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Cookeville is home to the founding headquarters of Aphena

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Pharma Solutions, a contract pharmaceutical packaging, repackaging

freight transportation and supply chain management providers.

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Based in Cookeville, ATC Automation designs and

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iWC ships thousands of food products from its

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The 304-acre Highlands Business Park offers land

off a soon-to-be-completed exit on I-40. [TVA]

Companies that locate in Putnam County enjoy a number of distinct advantages, including excellent access to interstate systems, competitive incentive packages, a ready and trainable workforce, access to acclaimed university resources, and several business parks nearing completion. Put it all together, and you have the formula for a great place to live and do business. Fertile Ground for Growth Putnam’s probusiness environment, built around progressive and fiscally responsible county and municipal governments, encourages new business development while supporting the expansion of existing business and industry. The chamber employs an existing business outreach strategy that provides for concrete assistance and support for existing companies paired with a proactive response to all retention opportunities. “Existing industry is the bedrock that allows us to grow in all aspects of our community.  It is the core of all we are able to accomplish,” said Randy Adams, chair of the Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber of Commerce Existing

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Industry Committee. “The Existing Industry Committee is comprised of business and community leaders from different backgrounds and experience levels who share selflessly to help create a great environment for our existing industry partners to grow and new ones to join them.” The chamber greatly broadened its capacity to foster business growth in Putnam County and throughout the region by spearheading the Highlands Initiative, an economic and community development program that is a decidedly proactive accelerant for businesses. Supported by their respective chambers, city/county governments and key institutions, Highlands leaders have developed: • Strategic business plans • Cooperative arrangements among founding counties • Several business parks in various phases of development • Target opportunities and other economic development research • A TVA-based inventory of facilities and land “When the chamber can directly benefit one business, there are

ancillary benefits for the others, as well,” said Wayne Cravens, owner of Cravens & Co. Wealth Management, who relocated his business here from Knoxville in 2005. “The profits from those businesses are then channeled back into this community, so those success stories create a very virtuous cycle that continues to build, and I see that happening in Cookeville.” Said Eric Allen of Aphena, “Without a doubt, our chamber is the best one around. The Highlands Initiative is very focused on polling and pooling the surrounding counties to offer the best solution, because we know that the employment pool is not just Putnam County; the employment pool and the resources are in the surrounding counties, as well.” The Center of It All Within a day’s drive from 76 percent of the total U.S. population, Cookeville and Putnam County are often referred to as the “hub of the Upper Cumberland” and function as the center for industry and retail business in the region. Putnam County is centrally located between three of the

state’s four major metropolitan areas — Nashville, Knoxville and Chattanooga — and has excellent access to interstate systems, with Interstate 40 running from east to west through the center of the region, and Highway 111 running from north to south. These roadways provide essential access to the vast majority of the 340,000 people who live in the region, and Cookeville is the site of one of the most frequented exits on I-40 in Tennessee. Access to these major corridors has proven to be a major boon to area logistics and transportation companies. “The state of Tennessee has great interstate systems, and if you calculate the speed of the truck and then draw a radius, it covers a really large area,” said Bob Mackie, vice president and general manager of iWC. “We can easily get to Nashville, Knoxville and Chattanooga, and I think they’re the second, third and fourth most populated cities in the state. So being in Cookeville allows us to access those major markets more easily than if we were polarized at one of the ends.”


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Said Allen, “You’re basically an hour from two major cities, an international airport and a local, regional airport. And then from a logistics standpoint, you’re on major corridors where you can within 24 hours get to 76 percent of the population. You’ve got FedEx’s hub within five hours, as well as international shipments and customs, and you’ve got major railway systems. Those are big things. Everything logistically runs right through the middle of the state.” Cookeville is also centrally located in relation to many of the nation’s large automotive plants, which is a huge advantage for vendors to that industry. “The South has kind of become the hub of the automotive industry, and about 50 percent of our work is automotive related,” said Adam Bernhardt, controller at ATC Automation. “Volkswagen, Nissan, Hyundai, Honda and Toyota all have plants in the South, in Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia and North and South Carolina. We are also within a five-hour drive of hundreds of businesses that support the automotive industry.”

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By Plane or by Truck The Upper Cumberland is served by eight general aviation airports, the closest of which is Upper Cumberland Regional Airport. Jointly owned by the cities of Cookeville and Sparta and the counties of Putnam and White, UCRA plays a valuable support role to our local industry. It boasts a 6,000-foot runway and can handle all general aviation planes up to MD-80 series aircraft, as well as popular larger planes such as Global Express, Gulfstream 5, Challenger aircrafts and Falcon 900s. Nashville International Airport, a 70-minute drive from Cookeville, provides commercial air service to the area and is served by 12 airlines offering flights to approximately 70 markets. “With the airport on the east side of Nashville, it takes an hour and a half from ATC Automation to be down there ready to board a plane to go out and install our projects,” said Bernhardt. “If you lived in a big city, it could take you an hour or more to drive across town to get to an airport. When you live here you cover more miles, but it really doesn’t take you any longer.”

Businesses that require trucking services have a very handy option in Averitt Express. “We’ve shipped and received quite a bit with Averitt Express as well as a variety of trucking firms that are specified by our customers,” said Bernhardt. “Averitt is very responsive to us. In fact, when we moved across town back in 1999, Averitt provided the trucks. It’s good to have those kinds of relationships and people we can call on locally to get things done.” A Place to Set Up Shop To promote economic growth and create jobs for Putnam County residents, the chamber, Putnam County and the City of Cookeville have developed and nearly completed the $4.8 million, 304-acre Highlands Business Park, which offers premier land parcels just minutes off of I-40 and within 90 miles of the new Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga. The park, jointly managed by Cookeville and Putnam County, will soon be linked to I-40 via a fifth interchange that will also connect the park to Highway 70W. Because of its proximity to three

major metropolitan areas and to Tennessee Tech University, a ready source of technology graduates, TVA has awarded its data center certification to 47 acres of the park, verifying that this space is a prime location for data centers in the TVA region. The Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber of Commerce led the effort to win the certification, which was determined by Deloitte Consulting in contract with TVA. “The City of Cookeville has taken the required steps to improve this site, and those extra efforts are paying off,” said Halford. “This site recognition by TVA and Deloitte tells the data center industry that we are ready for business.” A Bounty of Benefits Locating in Putnam County affords businesses a wide array of tax abatement and other attractive, competitive incentive opportunities. In addition, there is no personal income tax on wages and no state sales tax on industrial machinery and equipment; purchases, installation and repairs of qualified industrial machinery; raw materials for processing; pollution control equipment for manufacturers; qualified industrial

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Putnam County’s Largest Manufacturers Perdue Farms (Poultry processing)

945 Cummins Filtration (Heavy-duty filters)

570 Oreck (Vacuum cleaners)

400 Flowserve (Actuators, ball, plug and butterfly valves)

310 Identity Group (Stamps, signs, ink marking devices)

270 Tutco (Heating elements for appliances)

270 Dacco (Auto transmission parts)

264 iWC (Food service)

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Aphena Pharma Solutions (Repackaging of pharmaceuticals)

175 Fixtur-World (Commercial cabinets, etc.)

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supplies; items purchased for resale; and containers, packing and wrapping materials. Area manufacturers also enjoy reduced sales tax rates for use of energy, fuel and water (1.5 percent versus 7 percent). Businesses may also receive state tax credits for purchasing, installing or repairing industrial machinery; creating jobs; and relocating a company to Tennessee. Local incentives include real and personal property tax abatement, discounts on certain land purchases, financing through industrial revenue bonds, emerging industry tax credits, day care facility tax credits and many more. In addition, the chamber actively partners with the State of Tennessee, TVA, ECD and other agencies to ensure that the needs of local businesses are being met. A Structure to Build On Putnam County has the infrastructure in place to accommodate rapid business growth and expansion. Excellent utility service coupled with various rate schedules and incentive programs are tailored to provide any business or industry with quality service at low cost. Each department is ready to work with new businesses and industries to assure that all their needs are met at a reasonable price. Future expansion plans in several areas will assure that the utilities can meet the needs of our community as it continues to grow and prosper. There is a large reserve margin for

electric service and available water supply to meet increased demand.

liaison between entities like TVA and us.”

Certain types of businesses may be eligible for infrastructure incentive programs, including the Enhanced Growth Credit Program for companies with high electrical usage; the FastTrack Infrastructure Development Program (FIDP) for projects that benefit the state and provide jobs; the State Industrial Access Program (SIAP), through which local communities can improve transportation to benefit specific new industries moving into their communities; and several more.

A Ready Workforce Putnam County’s workforce of more than 36,000 is rated high in quality, stability, availability and work ethic. Some advantages of our labor pool include a low rate of unionization, good labor-management relations and competitive wages and benefits.

“Right now the chamber is coordinating with us on a project to retrofit our facility with LED lighting,” said Mackie. “LED lights last several times longer than our current lighting technologies, which will yield us a significant savings on the bulbs alone. Then there’s the energy savings. We have around 160 400-watt light bulbs in our cold storage warehouse, where we maintain 0 degrees year-round. “The LEDs don’t produce significant heat, so we’ll see an electrical savings because we don’t have to have as much cooling capacity to cool the same amount of space. And, instead of a 400-watt bulb, the same light output will come from a 75-watt or 100-watt equivalent LED, so it’s one quarter the electrical cost for the power the bulbs use, and then there are also some TVA grants and tax incentives. The chamber is a great

“Cookeville has a good manufacturing base here, so employees that have come our way have been well trained or were in a position to learn when they’ve come to ATC Automation,” said Bernhardt. “I think that there are a lot of common-sense working people in this area who want to come in and work in a challenging atmosphere like we have here.” One of the region’s greatest workforce assets is its network of higher learning institutions. Anchored by Tennessee Tech University in Putnam County, the Upper Cumberland is home to five community college branches and three Tennessee Technology Centers. “Tennessee Tech University, the state’s premier technological university, plays a major role in the success of these companies with a steady stream of engineers and other talented graduates,” said Halford. Said Tom Jones, REI general manager, “We’re a very technically

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based company, so we need engineers and test techs who have a good technical education. Tennessee Tech, Nashville State Community College in Cookeville and Volunteer State Community College in Livingston all provide excellent employees for whatever training we need. As far as our nontechnical production staff, the main thing is just having intelligent people who have a good work ethic and are willing to learn, and we find that in abundance here.” Several customized training options are available to area businesses and industries, including job-specific training and partnering programs offered through local universities and community colleges; employee recruitment and screening, offered through the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development; the FastTrack Job Training Assistance Program (FJTAP) offered by the state; and workforce development training, also offered by the Tennessee Department of Labor. Assistance is also available to cover the expense of travel for the purpose of training. “Even though our market is all over the country and the world, the chamber still gives us incentives, and if there are employment opportunities where I can hire 30 employees and get training dollars, I don’t

have to go track that down through the state,” said Allen. “I can call the chamber and say, ‘What’s out there?’ and they’ll tell me.” An All-Around Nice Place to Be Beyond all the incentives and businessfriendly attributes, Putnam County is simply a great place to visit or relocate to. “We have customers who visit here from all over the world and all over the United States, and some of them take brochures and think about retiring here,” said Jones. “We have some customers in Europe who came over for product training, and they have even made it a point to come back and bring their families.”

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workforce st e h t r fo 21 century of life. Better jobs. Better earnings. A higher quality These are the essential elements of a bright future for

students and employers in the Highlands, and they’re also the primary goals of the Highlands Workforce Development and Education Committee.

Composed of both business and education leaders of the Highlands area, the committee is an active part of the Highlands Initiative, a collaborative public/ private sector program designed to boost economic and community development in Jackson, Overton, Putnam and White counties. Since its formation, the Workforce Development and Education Committee has launched an array of groundbreaking initiatives that have fostered collaboration among students, teachers, businesses and community leaders. Their programs have proven so successful that 74 | T h e S o u r c e b o o k + No. 18

they have captured the attention of the Tennessee Department of Education as a potential model for statewide programming. The committee’s success over the past three years has been a direct result of strong community leadership and teamwork. “True progress began once education and business leaders were brought to the table, combined with the hard work of many volunteers, under the leadership of Susan Elkins, former vice president for Extended Programs and Regional Development at Tennessee Technological University and former Workforce Development and Education Committee chair for the Highlands,” said Lillian Hartgrove, vice president of economic development for the Highlands. The Workforce Development and

Education Committee is made up of five subcommittees, each with specific goals and programs geared toward improving educational attainment and job readiness for the current and future workforce of the Highlands. Subcommittee initiatives include parental engagement, career fairs, guest speakers for after-school programs, Tennessee Scholars benefits and mentorship programs. These programs have stepped outside the realm of traditional methods of workforce development and education. “First, we are looking at the needs of current employers and ways to help people be better prepared for jobs they currently have and secondly how to improve the levels of education in this region to recruit jobs that are at a higher level, paying a higher wage so quality of life can be better,” said Elkins. Parental Engagement Program The parental engagement program approaches the task of getting parents of K-12 students involved by providing them with the opportunity to learn

about issues with their children – not at the school, but at their place of employment. Decades of research has shown that when parents are involved, students have higher grades, test scores and graduation rates; better school attendance; increased motivation; better self-esteem; lower rates of suspension; and decreased use of drugs and alcohol. That’s why targeting parents who want to attend parent meetings and/or workshops at their child’s school but lack the time and resources is a goal of the Parental Engagement Subcommittee. Examples of session topics include self-esteem, peer pressure, bullying, single parenting and risky behaviors. Companies that have participated in this program so far include Eaton Corp, Tutco, Oreck Manufacturing, the Oreck Call Center, FederalMogul, Parker Seals, INOAC, CRMC and Livingston Hospital. Many of the participating companies hold the sessions during employees’ lunch hours and provide a light lunch.


“These parents want very much to be involved in their children’s lives, but attending school meetings can be very difficult when you work day or night shifts in manufacturing, and a lot of them are saving their vacation days for class parties and other big school-year events that fall during their work hours,” said Angela Bruce, human resource manager at Tutco and chair of the Parental Engagement Subcommittee. So far the parental engagement program has reached 547 parents, guardians and grandparents. Written evaluations from parents and business leaders have been overwhelmingly positive, with parents indicating that sessions should be longer and offered more frequently. Sessions at some workshop locations have grown from 20 minutes to one hour because parents have been so receptive. “We witnessed magic happening, lightbulbs going off, solutions being offered and agreed upon,” said Hartgrove. “Parental engagement does make a difference in economic development, as it is a path to ensuring students stay in school, obtain their diplomas and become part of a stronger, more successful workforce.” Added Bruce, “Offering this program has made the greatest impact we’ve seen on our employees’ morale, because we all want to be able to have that advice and those strategies that will help us make our lives better for our children, and this is a great opportunity for them to do that without taking away from anything else in their lives.” Eighth-Grade Career Fair Another nontraditional approach is that of hosting career fairs for eighth-grade classes. In an effort to groom and grow the workforce of the future, it is important to provide career exploration early on. This effort attempts to create the proper mind-set as students transition

into high school for a real-world connection to the importance of the link between education and career opportunity. “This program has the potential to make a huge difference because eighth and ninth grades are pivotal years when you have to make a lot of decisions,” said Elkins. “If you get on kind of a wrong path, you might rule out a lot of opportunities, and if you wait until you’re a senior in high school to start thinking about these things, the train has already left the station.” Held each May, the career fair reaches around 1,500 eighth graders from Putnam, Jackson, Overton and White counties. Students are given career assessment exams in order to narrow their focus and interests. This allows them to be assigned an area of focus when attending the career fair, and it also provides insights for educators on what programs need to be offered. Each event features a keynote speaker who talks about how they became interested in a particular career, the education they pursued and how it has helped them achieve success. Employers from throughout the region set up informational displays around the Hooper Eblen Center concourse for students to visit. Then students break into small groups to attend sessions in which they hear professionals in their areas of interest share detailed job information including specific duties, pay scale, education and training requirements. “We know some students consider dropping out of school long before their senior year,” said Lynda Breeden, Career Fair Committee chair. “We hope the career fair will make a real-world connection to the high school courses eighth graders are choosing as they transition out of middle school and help motivate them to work hard.” Community Mentoring By leaving the business models of the past, new ground has been broken

with community mentoring, a task of the Learning and Development Subcommittee. The “Yes, I Can” program is designed for mentors recruited from businesses and educational institutions in the four Highlands counties to partner with individuals who are unemployed, underemployed or soon-to-be unemployed. “The Learning and Development Subcommittee determined that confidence and feelings of capability were one of the first barriers to

mentees gain confidence, focus and ability to create a new path for life. “At first I was kind of nervous about it because I had no idea what it was going to be like,” said one mentee, who found that his mentor was “like an older version of me. I could talk to him and explain things to him, and .... actually he had come from a situation similar to this. He had worked on the floor of a plant and went to school after he got laid off and got a degree in business at Tech, and now he saw this as his

We witnessed magic happening, lightbulbs going off, solutions being offered and agreed upon. Parental engagement does make a difference in economic development. Lillian hartgrove Chamber Economic Development Vice President

career readiness, and we looked for a way to help build the confidence that is an essential part of moving in new career or educational directions,” said committee chair Lisa Norris. During the 10-week “Yes, I Can” mentoring program, mentors and mentees work on three of 12 skill gaps, which include decision making, complex problem solving, negotiation, time management, life management, teaching others, active learning, interpersonal skills, listening, speaking, social awareness and confidence, and team participation. Positive feedback on this program has shown that

opportunity to help. It helped me quite a bit.” He says the program taught him to face his social fears head-on and to speak more comfortably in public. He is now enrolled in an electrical engineering program. Another mentee says his mentor helped to encourage him to go back to school. “It was inspirational in giving me the courage to focus on my future. We talked about the fact that I’ve had the chance before in the past to go to school, but I turned it down, and he said, ‘Now’s your chance to make a difference.’ The mentors give you encouragement to go toward

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workforce the goal that you have set, not to be shy, retiring or just shy away from it, but to focus on your goals for your future and your family.” Said Elkins, “This has been a very powerful program. Just knowing that there’s one person who cares what’s happening to you can make a huge difference in somebody’s career.” Speakers Bureau The Speakers Bureau is a subcommittee that brings different community leaders to schools to speak with sixth- to eighth-grade after-school students. Community volunteers consist of business owners, community leaders and other business professionals who speak to students about the importance of graduating from high school, preparing for an education and thinking about career choices. “These kids are hearing about jobs and careers not just from their teachers or their parents, but they’re actually hearing from those who work in them,” said Elkins. “These speakers are saying, ‘Here are the kinds of things we look for in our workforce, here’s what we do, here’s what we pay, here’s what we need you to do in order to be prepared to work with us.’” Randy Adams of Charter Media, who occasionally speaks to students

in the School Age Care Program, said, “I enjoy the opportunity to meet our young men and women and their teachers, principals and assistants. I receive much more from them than I could ever give back.” Added Hartgrove, “Randy is being very modest about the impact he is having on students in the after-school speaking engagements. Several teachers have commented on Randy’s way of reaching students that have previously been unreachable. Quiet students who rarely get excited about topics are highly engaged when a speaker like Randy Adams has the opportunity to speak to them. We are incredibly fortunate to have a great group of speaker volunteers who are making a difference in the lives of students in the Highlands.” Tennessee Scholars Program The Tennessee Scholars program is a course of study that encourages students to take more demanding classes in high school. The curriculum provides an education that better prepares students to enter a technical school, postsecondary education, a university or the workforce. This is a business-led partnership between businesses and the schools, with business people providing leadership and incentives for students who stay on track and

The work of this entire committee has been to help people have better jobs, better earnings and a higher quality of life. Susan Elkins Former Workforce Development and Education Committee Chair

who graduate on time as Tennessee Scholars. The program was started by the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry to help build a quality workforce by encouraging students to prepare early for a changing economy. This low-cost and simple-to-implement program has been highly successful in bringing business leaders, policy makers and educators together to define the high school courses that will provide students with a strong academic foundation for the future. With a mission to increase the percentage of high school graduates

better prepared for postsecondary education, the workforce or the military, the Tennessee Scholars program is sharing the message that more education means more opportunities. With studies showing the top 25 percent of students are already on a path to excel, the program targets the middle 50 percent of students. According to research, it is the middle 50 percent who need this program the most, as these students are the majority of our future workforce. Since the state now mandates a longterm plan for eighth-grade students, the program has been designed as a four-year endeavor to reach students

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as they plan their high school curriculum, ensuring they select a more rigorous course of study. This will create a path for them to be more successful in high school, at the postsecondary education level and as they become part of the workforce. A key factor in the success of the Tennessee Scholars program is the recruitment and training of speakers. These speakers are business professionals from each community who volunteer their time and are trained to present the program to students. There are currently 42 speakers volunteering their time in Highlands counties. White County is leading the way, having the largest number of Tennessee Scholars in the Highlands. Workforce Development and Education liaisons Julia Huddleston and Diane Sadler expressed a great appreciation for the school system in assisting with coordinating and scheduling presentations.

“Teachers in the Highlands have gotten on board, seeing the potential this program can have on their students, and are encouraging them to become a part of it and to carry that plan through graduation and beyond,” said Sadler. “Response from these educators has been very positive, noting that Tennessee Scholars is most impactful due to the students being educated about its benefits by future potential employers.” The plan for the Highlands Workforce Development and Education Committee is to reach students through repetition and saturation of information about the Tennessee Scholars program, ensuring that they have been provided every opportunity to be a part of the program. This venture of the Workforce Development and Education Committee benefits the region’s school system, the business community and each student graduating as a Tennessee Scholar. 

Schools in the Highlands region will have higher attendance, improved teacher morale, more parental involvement and increased graduation rates. The business community will have a more qualified workforce, resulting in a more competitive edge for business recruitment. Students will have better opportunities on all levels academically and as they enter the workforce. Gaining Momentum New initiatives are ever on the horizon for the Workforce Development and Education Committee. “We had a consulting group do a labor market study for us a couple of years ago, so we have the results of that now, and we have just finished surveying the employers in the area to find out what their education and hiring needs are so we can find out how to better prepare a workforce for them,” said Elkins. A new subcommittee — Workforce Connection Committee — has

sprung from that work. And after gaining state recognition in February 2012 for its parental engagement program, the committee has now gained attention on a multistate level and was invited to join the Pathways to Prosperity Network. The Highlands was one of two regions selected by the Tennessee Department of Education to play a role in the new network focused on career preparation for high school students. It is created in collaboration with national education nonprofit Jobs for the Future and Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education. The Pathways to Prosperity Network is a multistate, multiyear initiative promoting school partnerships with public and private sector leaders in six states: Tennessee, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Missouri and North Carolina. The network aims to address career readiness of students without high school or college

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Prosperity Network, Tennessee will continue its efforts to ensure more students graduate prepared for career opportunities and further education, eventually expanding these regional programs to a statewide system of career pathways,” said Danielle Mezera, assistant commissioner for career and technical education for the Tennessee Department of Education. Said Elkins, “Ultimately, it’s about quality of life. The work of this entire committee has been to help people have better jobs, better earnings and a higher quality of life. So all of these pieces of the puzzle, like the mentoring program, the parental engagement, the career fair, and now the Workforce Connection Committee and the Pathways to Prosperity project, are all coming together to create a very bright future for students and employers in the Highlands.”

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due, in part, to accolades such as our repeated recognition as one of the top 10 “Most Affordable Cities in the U.S.” in The Council for Community and Economic Research’s Cost of Living Index, our designation as an official Retire Tennessee certified community, and our No. 2 spot on Walk Score’s® “Most Walkable Cities in Tennessee” list. However, several recent

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developments have brought Cookeville to a tipping point in becoming a go-to destination for athletic and tourism events, as well. TSSAA What really started the ball rolling was scoring the privilege of hosting the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) State Football Championships for the 2009 and 2010 BlueCross Bowl games.

“Cookeville showed a lot of enthusiasm and leadership and had the 14 counties that surround Cookeville and Tennessee Tech on board,’’ said Bernard Childress, TSSAA’s executive director. “They all showed support.” Residents, businesses and institutions rallied behind the effort, and the event was such a success in its first two years here that Cookeville subsequently won a two-year


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extension and then a four-year extension through 2016. In addition to the estimated $1 million-plus the games bring into our community each year in terms of tourist spending, the tournament also creates inestimable exposure for Cookeville as a destination. In the months preceding the event, the city’s name appears repeatedly in media coverage, especially in the 16 towns whose teams

attend the Division I and II championships — and that’s not counting the championship week itself. “All eyes in the high school sports world are on Cookeville, Tennessee, for that week,” said Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber of Commerce President and CEO George Halford. “This is our chance to shine and to focus attention on our area’s many assets. We feel sure that once

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they see all we have to offer, many of the families who visit us will decide to come back.” TTU Camps Even before the TSSAA tournaments began bringing thousands to our area, Tennessee Tech was bringing thousands of young athletes to Cookeville each year for its summer sports camps. TTU hosts nearly 30 sports camps each summer

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for baseball, basketball, volleyball and football players and cheerleaders. Those events draw nearly 10,000 young people to our community from throughout the Southeast region. In addition to these, TTU also hosts Boys State and musician/band camps and recitals. “We have great facilities; we’re in a good, central location in the state; we have good coaching staff to manage these events; and Cookeville just has a good feel to it,” said Ben Shannon, director of facilities and events for the TTU Athletics Department. “I think TSSAA put us on the map for being a sports location, and I think once people have been able to travel to our community and see what it’s about and see what we have to offer, they definitely want to consider us for their events.” SportsPlex Tournaments Beyond the Tech campus, the Cane Creek SportsPlex, administered by the Cookeville Department of Leisure Services, brings in thousands of people each year from throughout Tennessee and from many different states for the sports tournaments they host. The SportsPlex has eight softball/baseball-ready fields, and Leisure Services also has four dedicated baseball fields at Park View. “Cookeville has been a destination for softball and baseball tournaments for several years now, largely because of our SportsPlex complex that

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we built and opened back in the late '90s,” said Rick Woods, director of Cookeville Leisure Services. “In a particular year, 2012 for example, we have 26 weekend tournaments scheduled at the SportsPlex that draw teams from all over the country. That’s a very positive economic impact on the City of Cookeville.” He estimates that nearly 13,000 attended SportsPlex events in 2011, the latest year for which figures are available, though Woods says attendance is growing as the facility attracts larger tournaments with more teams and more spectators. “Cookeville is within an easy drive of a lot of the Southeast, we’re right here in the middle of Tennessee, and the SportsPlex is in a very easily accessible location within Cookeville,” said Woods. “That makes us appealing for state tournament directors, who also consider the quality of our facilities, the number of available hotel rooms, the needed amenities and the kind of community we are. In terms of all of those things, we rank right up there.” Sports Council The growth of tournament attendance and the TSSAA victory have spurred a group of local leaders to launch the Cookeville-Putnam County Sports Council, designed to attract more sporting events to Cookeville, Putnam County and the region.

Under the umbrella of the Cookeville-Putnam County Convention & Visitors Bureau, the council is made up of 17 area business leaders, media partners and education administrators who will collectively work to leverage the area’s facilities and expertise focusing on youth sports. “It all started with winning the bid to host the TSSAA BlueCross Bowl,” said Ottis Phillips, former Sports Council chairman. “This was a tipping point to prove that we can successfully host major sporting events in our county. It has put Cookeville and our community on the map and now we look forward to being even more proactive in recruiting events that have a major economic impact on the community.” The council has been tasked with creating an inventory of sports facilities in the county and region, putting together a list of current events held in the area, coming up with criteria for bidding on events and economic impact formulas, researching the possibility of creating incentives for events looking to come to town, and potential funding sources. “We are looking forward to setting the groundwork to target events that will have a positive economic impact on the county, especially area hotels, restaurants and local retail stores,” said Sports Council chairman Clarence Smith. “We will be working hard to set a solid


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foundation by doing our homework to make sure we demonstrate we are a serious player when it comes to hosting sports events.” Woods says he hopes that, with help from the Sports Council, Cookeville can begin to attract even larger tournaments than in the past, and not just state tournaments but national and world tournaments. “We’re very grateful for the many local, regional and state tournaments that bring their teams to play here each year,” said Woods. “If we could also land some national and world tournaments, which might bring in 50 or 60 teams for a weekend, think of the impact that could make.” World’s Fittest Man Cookeville’s growing reputation as a sports haven is not strictly centered around ball games. When Cookeville native Rich Froning won the title of Reebok CrossFit Fittest Man on Earth not once, but twice, Cookeville began to enter the world’s awareness as a great place to get fit, too. Froning, a CrossFit trainer who earned his B.S. in exercise science from TTU, won the world title in 2011 and 2012, competing against 70,000 other registered athletes in the 2012 game. In addition to the two world titles, he placed second in the 2010 games and is already gearing up to compete in 2013. Shortly after his 2012 win, Froning opened his own CrossFit facility — CrossFit

Mayhem — in Cookeville. Froning says that growing up in the Cookeville area definitely fostered his ability to pursue an active lifestyle. “There’s so much to do,” said Froning. “You’re right between two lakes, so you can go swim or do anything you want to do there, and you have mountains. I grew up on Phifer Mountain, and I still go up there and mountain bike. We have good roads to do road biking on, there are a ton of softball leagues you can join, and now we’re going to have one of the best CrossFit gyms in the world. We’re centrally located, so there are just a lot of different options for what you want to do.” After Froning’s 2011 win, Dan Bailey moved to Cookeville to train with him and went on to win the fourth spot worldwide in the 2012 competition. Froning anticipates that more serious fitness enthusiasts will likely follow. “I think we’ll get some people who, nationally or internationally, want to train here,” said Froning. “Even now I have a group of kids that I train who are world-class motocross riders.” HOG Rally Sports fans and fitness enthusiasts aren’t the only ones discovering what a great place Cookeville is for events. Cookeville competed with Nashville, Knoxville and Maryville for hosting rights for the Tennessee

State 2012 HOG (Harley Owners Group) Rally, and Cookeville won the honor. So for five summer days, more than 2,600 Harley riders came from across Tennessee and several other states, making an estimated $2-3 million impact on Cookeville and Putnam County. “I heard the comment from people at the HOG Rally, people who live less than 100 miles from Cookeville who came, and their only experience, I guess, was when they came through Cookeville to stop and get gas,” said Jim Woodford, a Cookeville city councilman and chamber ambassador. “But when they got around the older part of the town, they were amazed at the square.” Woodford said he feels sure that a number of those people will return to visit Cookeville and might bring their family and friends. And Cookeville made such a great impression on its visitors that the Harley-Davidson Motor Company presented the community with the coveted Rally Knife, and organizers announced that they would bring the event back here in 2014. If recent successes are an indicator, Cookeville is well poised to grow in our region’s awareness as word of mouth spreads about our amenities, our beautiful locale, our hospitality and our community’s eagerness to seamlessly coordinate statewide and regional events. And to that we say, “Bring it on!”

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Renovating Putnam’s

Downtowns Downtown Cookeville is experiencing new life, coming into its own once more because concerned residents and city officials have taken action over the course of decades to save the once-dying heart of their town. And now, our neighboring Putnam County towns – Algood, Baxter and Monterey – are gaining revitalization momentum, as well. The excitement is contagious! Cookeville’s Culmination

Cookeville’s downtown rejuvenation, now in full swing, began nearly 40 years ago when, in 1975, a group of citizens undertook the restoration of the thendilapidated, circa-1909 Downtown: Cookeville depot. The group, Cookeville now known as the Friends of the Depot, persuaded the Feature: City of Cookeville to buy Dogwood Park the depot from the L&N Expansion Railroad, lovingly restored it to its former splendor and Completed: 2012 opened it as a museum filled with photos and artifacts from the railroad’s glory days. Their work paid off, and in 1985, the Cookeville Depot Museum was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. That success gave the community a burst of steam, and other citizens began to consider just what might be possible for Cookeville. Many West Side storefronts sat vacant at the time, with the last of the great old department stores, Roberson’s and McAdoo’s, having finally closed their doors. The historic buildings around the square and along the West Side were definitely worse for their generations of wear; power lines crisscrossed in the air; and the sidewalks were pocked and cracking. That’s when a group of local visionaries organized to

create a downtown that adequately reflected the heart of our community, one in which residents could take pride. So in 1992, they formed a nonprofit called CityScape, hired a director, enlisted support from the City of Cookeville and set about remaking downtown. “They began with digging up the sidewalks in front of businesses, which, as you could imagine, was not entirely popular,” said Toni Evans, CityScape’s current director. “But as the streetscaping progressed, people could see new sidewalks, the brick pavers and the crossings; the decorative, historic lampposts that now surround the square; and underground utility lines that eliminated the visual clutter. Those are the sorts of things that this group built the base for through partnership with the City of Cookeville, which was very much behind what CityScape’s purpose and mission became.” In the two decades since, CityScape has continued in spurring and supporting downtown and West Side rejuvenation efforts. They secured Rural Business Enterprise Grants and funding from the City of Cookeville to open the Farmers Market in 2002; contributed $5,000 to amend water drainage issues on the West Side behind Taiko Noodle & Sushi Bar in hopes of soon placing a pocket park there; and are working on the West Side business parking lot behind Charter Communications. Funded by grants and private donations, CityScape continues to help beautify West Side storefronts by offering awning and façade grants of up to $1,000. All of these efforts have helped to earn Cookeville

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the prestigious Main Street program certification, an honor shared by only 23 other cities in the state. CityScape’s next big project will be repairing and restoring the Cream City sign, Cookeville’s legendary neon landmark that sits atop the Cream City Ice Cream & Coffee House building across from the depot. “It’s a 67-year-old sign that’s fallen into disrepair, and we’re going to lose it if we don’t do something,” said Evans, who is seeking grants and raising funds through events and T-shirt and Christmas ornament sales to cover the approximately $10,000 needed for the restoration. Meanwhile, the City of Cookeville has undertaken some exciting overhauls of its own. In 2007 it opened the Cookeville History Museum, which houses a self-paced, permanent exhibit on the history of Cookeville and Putnam County. In 2009 the city gave the Cookeville Performing Arts Center a new lobby and façade complete with steps, ramps, fountains and a digital marquee sign. And in

2012, Cookeville completed a massive expansion of Dogwood Park, adding a concession/restroom area that mimics the Cookeville Depot’s pagoda design; terraced amphitheater seating with the help of a $20,000 contribution from CityScape; and new walking paths, benches, lampposts, trash cans, trees and a breathtaking splashing fountain that is lit with colored bulbs at night, all with the help of contributions from local residents, businesses and organizations. The West Side Business Association has played an important part in downtown revival, as well, by organizing and representing the varied West Side merchants and placing large metal signs imprinted with old downtown photos and descriptions on Cookeville’s buildings to show how each area appeared to past generations. The seeds of restoration planted nearly four decades ago in Cookeville have burst into full bloom. Now bustling with shops, boutiques and restaurants, Cookeville’s downtown is once again a go-to attraction for residents and tourists alike.

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Just down the road from Cookeville, the charming City of Algood is busy building a new city Downtown: hall at the corner of Algood Main and Fourth Avenue. Scheduled for Feature: City Hall completion in January Building 2013, the $2 million facility will sport a Completed: 2013 modern appearance and will centralize a number of city departments – public works, utilities, city court, the police department and other management offices. Algood also is making progress toward Phase II of its Tennessee Central Heritage Rail Trail project, with approximately 3.7 miles of trail planned to run along the existing railroad track from the Algood ball fields to Parragon Road. The projected Tennessee Central Heritage Rail Trail will be a 19-mile, paved, hiking and biking trail that will run alongside refurbished railroad tracks from Cookeville to Algood and Monterey. The project has been funded by multiple transportation enhancement grants to the City of Cookeville.


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Formerly a thriving railway town, the City of Baxter in western Putnam County will be a whistle-stop once more when construction Downtown: on its new Baxter Train Baxter Depot and Visitor Center is complete. With a Feature: Baxter scheduled finish date of Train Depot early 2013, the facility is the culmination of an effort Completed: 2013 begun by six members of the Leadership Putnam (LP) Class of 2005 as one of their community projects.

Montereyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Metamorphosis

Downtown: Monterey Feature: Depot Museum

Soon after the group presented their ideas on recreating Baxterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s old depot, an anonymous donor offered to pay a large portion of the nearly $384,000 construction cost. As word spread, several residents came forward willing to donate remnants and memorabilia they had saved from Baxterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s original depot.

Situated atop the hills of the Highlands, Monterey enjoyed renown as a resort mecca around the turn of the last century, thanks in large part to the railroad. When rail travel faded, so did Monterey, whose economy relied largely on those tourist dollars. But with the rails-with-trails program set to deliver a new generation of railway passengers, Monterey looks to be poised on the verge of yet another tourism heyday, and residents have been very busy doing all they can to make that happen.

In 2009, several citizens joined to form Monterey Downtown Inc. (MDI), and by 2010 they Completed: 2012 had secured a $15,000 Tennessee Downtown Revitalization grant. In 2011, they headed up Montereyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first-ever downtown festival and, with the help of around 100 volunteers, took on several downtown cleanup and revitalization projects, which included installing new directional signs and city benches and restoring the townâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first water treatment facility â&#x20AC;&#x201C; built by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in 1935 and commonly referred to as the â&#x20AC;&#x153;round houseâ&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x201C; into a business information kiosk to complement the downtown area.

Three members of the LP class who are Baxter natives â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Jill Hutchison, Rocky Matlock and Julie Brown â&#x20AC;&#x201C; agreed to continue on the Baxter Rebuilding the Depot Committee after their class ended.

In 2012, the Monterey Garden Club raised $13,000 for a landscaping project to beautify the Monterey Farmers Market, which serves as a trailhead for the Tennessee Central Heritage Rail Trail project. With the help of Cookeville architect Charles Brown, they excavated the parking lot and added sidewalks, an irrigation system, planters, shrubbery, sand, rock and grass.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Baxter used to be an active, vibrant place,â&#x20AC;? said Hutchison, who hopes this project will spur a renewed interest in Baxter and its history. Other residents have joined in the planning and fund-raising effort, and it appears that their wish will soon be a reality.

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However, the townâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s crowning achievement was the February 2012 grand opening of the Monterey Depot Museum, a project five years in the making. The museum features artifacts and photos from the old Monterey depot, which was dismantled in 1973, as well as a gift shop. Museum attendance has surpassed all expectations, with 4,500 visitors streaming in from many states and even some foreign countries in the museumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first six months of operation. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Monterey is really taking this and running with it,â&#x20AC;? said Evans. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I go to a lot of meetings across the state, and Monterey, in particular, gets a lot of press throughout the state for what all theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re doing.â&#x20AC;? In August 2012, ground was broken for the Monterey segment of the rails-with-trails project. Construction will include a block of decorative pavers that will run between the depot museum and the historic Imperial Hotel â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a relic from Montereyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s grand resort days. But Monterey residents are not stopping there. In the near future, they hope to add static railcar displays and to eventually construct a spur line for two live coaches on the depot grounds and to open a Standing Stone American Indian Cultural Center. Monterey cultural administrator Ken Hall, who oversees the depot museum and farmers market, believes recent developments are only the start of what the future holds for Monterey. Said Hall, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be just like it was back in the beginning.â&#x20AC;?

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seeing the handprints of the CookevillePutnam County Chamber of Commerce, an organization that’s playing a vital role in spurring and fostering area development efforts.

Led by president and CEO George Halford, the chamber is made up of more than 800 members and scores of volunteers, all of whom are dedicated to creating a strong local economy and a fertile ground for growth. Membership is open to any business, individual or group sharing the common goal of making Cookeville-Putnam County and the Highlands a better place to live, work and play. For the chamber, the road to success is paved in partnerships. In fact, that’s the chamber’s primary function — to establish connections that bring residents together in new and productive ways. The fruits of these efforts are seen in several areas.

The Highlands Initiative It would be difficult to discuss the chamber — or its commitment to partnerships — without mentioning its crowning achievement, the Highlands Initiative. Spearheaded by the chamber in 2006, the Highlands Initiative is a collaborative public/private sector program that was designed to boost the economy of the 14-county Upper Cumberland region of which Putnam County is a part. The ambitious plan has sought to bring tourism, retirees, business and industry to our region for a more prepared, prosperous economy through the implementation of four main goals: • • • •

Business recruitment, expansion and retention Community development and advocacy Research, branding and awareness Workforce development and education

The result has been a four-county, project-based consortium of four chambers of commerce, six local governments and scores of business and education leaders, legislators and motivated citizens who, through their coordinated efforts, have pulled off some groundbreaking achievements:

• Helped develop Highlands Business Park and Upper Cumberland Regional Industrial Park • Secured a new fifth interchange for I-40 • Opened an official Highlands Visitor Center • Hosted the Highlands Town Hall Gubernatorial Debate • Won hosting privileges to the TSSAA football championships • Was awarded the American Association of Retirement Communities Seal of Approval • Created a comprehensive Workforce Development and Education program of work that has been recognized by state leaders as a bestpractices model for success • Became one of nine communities to host the Governor’s Regional Jobs Roundtable • Received LinkTenn Award for exceptional website development • Launched regional Health Care Delivery Program • Facilitated 38 company openings/expansions in our region, creating a total of more than 2,800 new jobs • Was chosen as the destination for HOG Rally • Conducted more than 1,000 economic/business/community meetings • Supported more than 170 membership events • Attended almost 50 trade shows and conferences • Established and supported 22 member core committees These efforts have given our region measurable economic success and an enriched community despite extraordinary challenges and intense competition, with the promise of greater future benefits. “The Highlands Initiative energizes our understanding and cooperation while we coordinate business and civic actions to build a unique brand and global presence,” said Halford. “Situated at the nexus of billion-dollar industry investments in Chattanooga, Clarksville and Cleveland, the Highlands are poised to access new markets, upgrade quality of living and achieve new levels of education and workforce readiness for the future.” Existing business outreach As the backbone of the business community, the chamber is involved in facilitating improvements to keep existing businesses running smoothly. They do this through a network of more than 30 volunteer “ambassadors” who call on companies to determine any needs that the chamber can fill. When an ambassador learns that a company needs help with certain issues — such as recruiting and training employees, transportation needs or other bureaucratic hurdles — they bring that concern back to the chamber and its partners on the city, state and federal levels to get the problem solved.

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the chamber â&#x20AC;&#x153;Say we learn that a business needs two welders and will need them in the next six months or less, and then we learn that another business also needs a welder,â&#x20AC;? said Jim Woodford, a chamber ambassador and city councilman. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We can go into our Highlands member counties to find out if there are other industries that also need welders. Now we can go back to one or more of the technical schools and say, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;We have a potential class here for welding that has 15 applicants.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; They can create a welding class knowing that thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a demand for it, and workers get trained to fill these companiesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; needs. Everybody wins.â&#x20AC;? Added ambassador Jewel Miller of the Bank of Putnam County, â&#x20AC;&#x153;I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t think people realize how valuable the chamber can be to them as a small business owner. So I think that having more ambassadors who go out and make contact and ask, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;How can we help your business to grow?â&#x20AC;&#x2122; has helped a lot to raise awareness of all that the chamber offers.â&#x20AC;?

Event coordination In the past three years, the chamber has scored some major wins in event tourism. In 2009, Cookeville was awarded a two-year contract to host the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) State Football Championships at Tennessee Tech University. The bidding process, the subsequent renovations to TTUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Tucker Stadium, and the event itself required the cooperation of several community entities and individuals. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The chamber helped to orchestrate and coordinate the City of Cookeville, Putnam County, the Tennessee Tech community and around 750 volunteers to make the TSSAA tournaments happen,â&#x20AC;? said Woodford. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think the chamber has done an excellent job in orchestrating and coordinating divergent groups and getting everybody on the same page and working as a team.â&#x20AC;? Our TSSAA event was so successful

in its first two years that Cookeville won the bid for another two-year term and then a four-year term. We will host the tournament through at least 2016.

Harley-Davidson Motor Company presented the community with the coveted Rally Knife, and organizers announced that they would bring the event back in 2014.

The chamber also worked to bring the Tennessee State HOG (Harley Owners Group) Rally â&#x20AC;&#x201D; a massive, annual, weeklong convergence of Harley enthusiasts â&#x20AC;&#x201D; to Cookeville in 2012.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;The chamber is so good at drawing the entire community together to help with these events,â&#x20AC;? said Miller. â&#x20AC;&#x153;People just didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t realize how big of an event that that would be, and when it comes back in 2014, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll see even more volunteers than we had this time.â&#x20AC;?

â&#x20AC;&#x153;The 2011 HOG Rally was in Jackson, and I think they had right at 700 people preregister for that event,â&#x20AC;? said Woodford. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Cookeville, on the other hand, had around 2,400 who preregistered. It was remarkable, but we were able to make it happen with the hard work that was done by Boswellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s HarleyDavidson, the chamber and the city. Everybody worked together to coordinate it.â&#x20AC;? Because of the outstanding job Cookeville, Putnam County and the region did to host the rally, the

The chamberâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s dedication to fostering communication and synthesizing the needs and abilities of our regionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s many diverse sectors is paying off. Statewide championships are being decided here. National organizations are meeting here. International corporations are locating here. These examples and more prove that when all facets of our community work together, great things get done.

Chamber Membership Benefits Advertising and promotional opportunities Networking Meeting room rental discounts Semiannual Small Business Expos Access to our business resource center Use of the chamberâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bulk mailing permit Business advocacy Preprinted labels from our mailing list Inclusion in the Sourcebook Able to set up a booth at the Tabletop Expo Ribbon cuttings Business referrals Certificates of origin Seminars, forums and workshops

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