The Career Coach will be on-site to help people complete applications for ColorCoat as well as create resumes, learn interviewing skills, and register for Jobs4TN.gov where there are more than 90,000 jobs available. If you are interested in obtaining your high school equivalency diploma or if you are interested in other training opportunities, come get on the Coach!
April10, 2017; South Fulton, TN
ColorCoat Inc., a windows and doors coating application company, will invest $600,000 and create 80 new jobs in Obion County.
Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development commissioner Bob Rolfe — along with ColorCoat Inc. officials — announced today the company will locate new operations in South Fulton.
“I want to thank ColorCoat for choosing to locate its new facility in South Fulton and for creating 80 new jobs in Obion County,” Rolfe said. “This is a big win for South Fulton and the State of Tennessee and I look forward to our future partnership with ColorCoat and seeing this company grow and succeed in our state.”
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Business and industry have been telling schools that students lack the "soft skills" needed for employment for some time. While schools try to bridge the gap between high school, college, and career, many of our students do not see the connection.
Thank you to the beautiful Magnolia Place in Union City for hosting our most recent Business After Hours! We had a wonderful time visiting your facility!
Congratulations to our Membership Director, Lauren, on her marriage this month! Pictured from left; Laura Burpo, Office Assistant; Lauren Tanner, Membership Director; Lindsay Frilling, CEO
The Tennessee Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with TCCE and TEDC, hosted a record crowd of business leaders, local chamber executives, and economic development professionals from across the state in its largest-ever annual meeting on February 15th.
This year's summit, the 105th of its kind, featured a speaking lineup of high-profile elected officials and state government leaders, including remarks from Lieutenant Governor Randy McNally and Governor Bill Haslam. During the lunchtime programming, Gov. Haslam spoke to the Chamber's 500 attendees on the need to maintain Tennessee's business-friendly climate and preserve our upward economic growth by modernizing and enhancing our state's transportation infrastructure, reforming our tax code for manufacturers to be more competitive with our regional neighbors, and maintaining our emphasis on improving educational outcomes and workforce development efforts.