August 29, 2016
For the fourth consecutive year, First Citizens National Bank has been named one of the Best Banks to Work For. First Citizens currently ranks 11th overall for banks across the entire United States.
The full list will be featured in the September issue of American Banker Magazine and is now available online at www.AmericanBanker.com.
The program, which was initiated in 2013 to identify, recognize and honor the best banks to work for in the nation, is aproject of American Banker and Best Companies Group. In all, 60 banks achieved "Best Bank" status in this fourth year for the program.
Officials at Discovery Park of America are announcing the largest expansion that the park has had since it opened in November of 2013 with the addition of a Children's Discovery Garden, with an expected cost of over one-half million dollars.
"I'm excited," said CEO Jim Rippy. "I think this is one of the biggest improvements we have made," he added.
On August 22nd we held a ribbon cutting at The Obion County Fair! It was a great way to kick of a week full of fair fun! We loved getting to spend time with our community, support chamber members, eat fair food, and we even set up a chamber booth!
Congratulations to First Citizens National Bank on their grand re-opening! Over 150 people showed up to break in the new facility and participate in the ribbon cutting! Make sure to check out their beautiful new building at 100 W. Washington in Union City!
Congratulations to Burger King on their grand re-opening and ribbon cutting! We are so excited to have this renovated restaurant in Obion County!
Union City Electric System serves around 6500 customers in the city of Union City and the surrounding areas. We are proud of the fact that we, in many ways, are on the cutting edge of technology, which allows us to supply our customers with reasonably priced, reliable electric power.
Congratulations to the newest workforce living complex in Union City! These beautiful apartments are accompanied by a pool, club house, work out facilities, and more!! We enjoyed a great keynote speech by James Ware, better known as Koko B. Ware. He is a retired American professional wrestler who made his professional wrestling debut in 1978 and is proudly from Union City. The complex is named after him for his strong legacy of hard work and determination; Ware Park. There are still apartments available. For more information please call (731) 630-4466 or visit Ware Park at 1464 E Cheatham St, Union City, TN
Thank you to everyone who attended!