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The Obion County Chamber of Commerce and Union City Schools recently partnered to offer Tornado Cash this holiday season! Faculty and staff in Union City Schools received $200 to spend at local participating businesses.
The 2022 Tennessee Policy Insiders Survey conducted by Capitol Resources, LLC in conjunction with Arc insights note that Chambers of Commerce are some of the most influential organizations in the State.
At the 2022 Governors Conference for Economic and Community Development, Lindsay Frilling had the honor of being on a panel discussion on economic development for rural communities.
The class of 2022-2023 recently attended Public Service Day.
Along with Obion County Fall Fest, we hosted an anniversary countdown event under the Farmers Market on October 6th.
This month, we celebrated 75 years of Poplar Meadows Country Club.
We celebrated ribbon cuttings for Old Samburg Gun Club, BB's Wholesale, and Madcow Defenses in October!
We have welcomed Abbey Strong to our team here at the Chamber of Commerce!
JACKSON, Tenn. (July 28, 2022) – Leaders Credit Union, a member-owned financial cooperative serving West Tenn., has renewed its Northwest Tenn. community advisory board with four new members and three returning members.
For the first time ever, Union City High School is sending a team to the state golf tournament.
We enjoyed the Annual Tennessee Governors Conference on Hospitality and Tourism last week in Memphis.
We celebrated two company anniversaries in September with Leaders Credit Union and Chocolate Bunny!
Join us at the Obion County Joint Economic Development Corporation Annual Awards Banquet as we celebrate Obion County Business and Industry.
Aug. 10, 2022 – Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union City was recently recognized by U.S. News & World Report as a High Performing Hospital.
See what else happened for our Chamber in the month of August.
Susan Ewing, Greg Fuson, and Steve Chandler with Chandlerthinks were in Obion County on Thursday and Friday to learn more about the potential for the county as a destination for tourists.