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Business On the Move
Sister’s Whimzy has announced plans to relocate from their current location on Lebanon Road to the Falkner Landing at 3384 North Mt. Juliet Road (by stoplight at Mt. Juliet Middle School). Open House & Ribbon Cutting announcements expected soon.
Mt. Juliet Chamber announces new Board Members
John Sloan (CedarStone Bank), Tony Bugher (TDS Telecom), and Nixon Pressley (Attorney / Horizon Land Title) were recently named new directors. This follows previously named new directors Samuel Short (Southern Bank of TN) and Heather Blanton (Lockbox Storage).
Have A Plan! Be Prepared!
Since its inception in 2004, National Preparedness Month is observed each September in the USA. Sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) within the Department of Homeland Security, National Preparedness Month encourages Americans to take steps to prepare for emergencies in their homes, businesses, schools, and communities. FEMA's Ready Campaign, the correlating public education outreach campaign, disseminates information to help the general public prepare for and respond to emergencies, including natural disasters and potential terrorist attacks. READ MORE...
Fish On! Marketing & Selling Naked
Calling everyone in Sales (aren’t we all)! For all business owners and everyone on your team, make plans to attend this GREAT sales and marketing workshop. A limited number of Event Sponsorships are still available. For more information and to register, CLICK HERE!
“Farmers, Boots and Country Roots” – 2014 Wilson County Fair Honors Farmers - August 15-23
One of the best things about the Wilson County Fair is that it has remained principally an agricultural fair. This year will be the year to celebrate the farmer and their many contributions to our county.
ORDER MUSIC CITY STAR TRAIN TICKETS TO THE FAIR!
Rochford plans $30 million complex in Mt. Juliet
Developer John Rochford is planning a $30 million, 223-unit apartment community in Mt. Juliet that will be called The Meridian at Providence. The project is also expected to include 5,000 square feet of retail space, including a location for a Mt. Juliet police department bicycle patrol unit. READ MORE...
Mt. Juliet Seeks Growth It Can Live With
At a recent city commission meeting, Mt. Juliet Mayor Ed Hagerty recalled driving seven miles to buy a gallon of milk in the 1980s. The city had very few conveniences. Only 2,879 people lived there. READ MORE...
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