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Business Cheetah 1-29
Chamber looks to develop Warren County app
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Warren Farmers Co-op has revamped its showroom to carry more clothes, more toys, and even handgun-conceal purses. The new look is so impressive, it earned Darrin Barnes and Kim Cannon an award for Middle Tennessee Master Merchants of the Year.
It was with great ceremony, and some type of chicken dish, the Chamber of Commerce held its annual banquet Monday night. Awards were bestowed on some of the best and brightest in our community and I went into detail on those awards in Wednesday’s edition.What I didn’t mention was the presentation by Chamber of Commerce president Mandy Eller highlighting accomplishments of 2016 and outlining goals for 2017.One nifty piece of technology on the horizon for Warren County is a tourism app that will be under development beginning in March. The Chamber received a grant for this project.“We have over 60,000 people coming to Isha and Bluegrass Underground every year, but they don’t necessarily know where to go from there,” said Mandy.