Downtown Union City will have many merchants open for your Christmas needs on November 12 and 13!
Come experience Discovery Park's 2021 Christmas Lights!
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! But for many of us, Christmas looks a lot like panic-buying a bunch of last-minute gifts online for people who deserve much better. Click "Read More" to see our guide to shopping for those you love.
The Adult Leadership Obion County 2021-2022 class recently participated in Agriculture Day on October 6th. The class visited Green Plains Obion, Obion County Central High School, and Discovery Park of America.
“From where you are, to where you need to be.”
On October 30, we held the first Run the Rails half marathon, 5K, 10K, and 1-mile fun run. This event brought over 130 runners from 5 different states to downtown Union City.
It was a pleasure to attend the 2021 AL/MS/TN Rural Tourism Conference in Sweetwater, Tennessee. With sessions on where we are heading in the tourism industry post covid, capitalizing on agritourism, and downtown strategies, we were able to leave the conference refreshed and excited about rural tourism!
(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) – The Tennessee Economic Development Council (TEDC) announces its board officers for 2021-2022. The officers were elected by the nominating committee at TEDC’s Fall Conference held in Memphis, TN.
We recently attended the 2021 Tennessee Chamber of Commerce Executives Institute in Murfreesboro, TN.
For the October Very Important Business Event, we visited the American Job Center to learn more about the services they offer to the Obion County business community.
South Shore Resort, The Meat Shoppe, and the Obion County Medical Clinic all celebrated ribbon cuttings in October!
Check out what else happened in September that you might have missed!
Our Workforce Blog Series will be focused on resources for businesses and employers to utilize in Obion County! With a limited workforce available, it is important to be strategic and take advantage of resources to help set your business apart!
It was a great time to learn more about industry trends, where we are headed, where we have been, and how we can enhance tourism in our own community at the 2021 Governors Conference for Hospitality and Tourism.
On Thursday, September 2nd, an Obion County community group traveled to Corinth, MS to visit with their Alliance team. The Alliance consistently embraces innovation to provide a superior level of excellence to the community as well as solutions for their clients and prospects.
For the September Very Important Business Event, we hosted a workforce panel discussion for Obion County employers. The panel included Jennifer Bane and Lana Wood with the Northwest Tennessee Workforce Board, Kim Watts with ATA Employment Solutions, and Susan Newbill with Tennessee Department of Human Services.
A lot happened in August. Check out what else happened in August that you might have missed out on by clicking the button below!
Lindsay Frilling recently attended the Brightbridge quarterly meeting in Chattanooga, where she serves on the board of directors.