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Paris/Henry County Chamber of Commerce
New Members:
  • ResCare HomeCare
  • Southern Printing
  • Top-Hatz Kennel
  • G-Squared Signs and Design
  • do'Terra Essential Oils
  • Peace of Mind Healthcare Advocate Services
  • Rhea Pre-K Headstart
  • Clean Air Systems
  • Flex Fitness
  • Rutledge Advertising
  • Advantage Promotional Products
  • A Place Called Home
  • Benefits First, LLC
Upcoming Events:
  • Chamber Coffee
    Date: March 31, 2015
    Contact: JC Educational and Office Supplies
  • Chamber Coffee
    Date: April 28, 2015
    Contact: Ramco Motorsports
  • Chamber Coffee
    Date: May 26, 2015
    Contact: White & Associates/Wimberley Agency
  • Chamber Coffee
    Date: June 30, 2015
    Contact: Joe Mahan Ford
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Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce

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  • Dr. Brad White, Willie Huffman and Charles Wilson

    Dr. Brad White, left, administrator of the Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology in Paris and McKenzie, and Assistant Director Willie Huffman, who serves on the Board of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce, welcomed Charles Wilson and the Chamber Coffee this month to the TCAT.

  • Odom's Blue and Gray Marine

    Larry and Verna Odom, owners Odom's Blue and Gray Marine, served as hosts Saturday for an open house. Triton owner Earl Benz was among those who stopped by to congratulate the couple on their successful years in business at Paris Landing.

  • Barron Crawford

    Barron Crawford welcomed a large crowd to the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce Coffee held at the new visitor center on the Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge. The program included a new video of the refuge's history and tours of the facility, which has had over 5000 visitors since their opening in July.

  • Flex Fitness Ribbon Cutting

    Manager Brittney Barger, with scissors, prepares to cut the ribbon as part of the grand opening of Flex Fitness on Spruce Street here in Paris. We are grateful for the community investment in the new facility and the Chamber membership.

  • Chamber Plans Open House and Tree Trimming

    The Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce will have a Christmas Open House from 2 – 4 pm on Thursday, December 11, 2014, at the Chamber office, 2508 East Wood Street, Paris, Tennessee. The afternoon will include refreshments and member businesses are invited to bring an ornament to add to the Chamber’s tree. Chamber President Andrea Lamb, Commercial Bank, said “We hope everyone will stop by and visit. If you do not have an ornament that represents your business or industry we will write your company name on one while you are here and add it to the tree.” The Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce, a partner of the Henry County Alliance, has 400 members and represents the business community in our area.

  • Peace of Mind Healthcare Advocate Services

    Geri Boyd, with scissors, cuts the ribbon for Peace of Mind Healthcare Advocate Services. She was joined by Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce President Chip Anderson, and a large group of supporters. Welcome to the Chamber!

  • Brian Bishop

    Brian Bishop, an engineer at Nobel Automotive and member of the Paris Henry County Chamber of Commerce's 2014-15 Leadership Henry County class, shares the global production and distribution strategies used by his company with his classmates during economic development day.

  • Volunteers of the Year

    Linley and Becky White, REAL Hope, were congratulated by Paris Mayor Sam Tharpe as the Volunteers of the Year at today's luncheon.

  • Volunteers Site of the Year

    Paris Mayor Sam Tharpe congratulated the Henry County Medical Center Auxiliary as the Volunteer Site of the Year today at the Volunteer Luncheon.

  • Candise Farmer

    Candise Farmer, Enough Grace Ministries, served as the keynote speaker at the Volunteer Center luncheon.

  • LBL Regional Coalition

    Henry County participates in the Lakes Region Coalition, a tourism alliance which received $7500 in federal support today from USDA Rural Development State Director Bobby Goode and Congressman Stephen Fincher. Pictured left to right are Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce Tourism Development Vice President Michele Atkins, Henry County Extension; Bill Stevens, Trigg County Kentucky Tourism; Greg Barnes, Land Between the Lakes; Brian Mc Cutcheon, Fort Donelson; Tyler Hayes, USDA Rural Development; Scott Turner, Land Between the Lakes; Jennifer Wheatley, Chamber Director; Goode; Fincher; Tina Tilley, Land Between the Lakes; Senator Lamar Alexander representative Matt Varino; Harriet Cannon, USDA; Gary McEntire, Paris Landing State Park; and Blake Swaggart, Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development.

  • Leadership Henry County 2014-2015

     

  • Leadership Henry County 2014-2015

     

  • Land Between the Lakes Association

    Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jennifer Wheatley is serving as president of the Land Between the Lakes Association and got to visit with residents of the LBL Nature Station during a recent member event.

  • Radioshack Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

    Local Radioshack manager Joshua Crowder, center with scissors, cut the ribbon to open the store's new location in the Walmart Shopping Center.

  • TVA Groundbreaking Ceremony

    TVA representative Jeff Griggs, TVA Board member Mike McWherter, TWRA representative Aldridge and Henry County Mayor Brent Greer were among those at the groundbreaking for the new TVA/TWRA lake access area at the Springville pump house.

  • TVA Groundbreaking Ceremony

    Former Chamber President Butch Powers, Foundation Bank, and Henry County Commissioner Monte Starks were among those celebrating the groundbreaking at the new TVA/TWRA lake access area in Springville.

  • TVA Groundbreaking Ceremony

    Local TVA manager Rachel Terrell coordinated the groundbreaking activities for the new lake access and dewatering at the Springville pumphouse location.

  • Smith Joins Chamber Staff

    Monica Armstrong Smith has joined the staff of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce as Executive Assistant. Read more...

  • Vapor Shop

    Chamber President Chip Anderson welcomes Johnny Godwin and the staff of The Vapor Shop to the Paris-Henry Chamber of Commerce and downtown Paris.

  • Casey's General Store

    Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce President Chip Anderson, Bone and Joint Specialists, and a large crowd of supporters welcomed store manager David Tobias and the new Casey's General Store to Paris and the Chamber.

  • New Steak'n Shake

    Community leaders Carl Holder, Chip Anderson and Mayor Brent Greer joined the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce and a large crowd of supporters to cut the ribbon for Steak 'n Shake with Yogi Patel, Darmish Patel and their families.

  • New Steak'n Shake

    Former Chamber President Andrea Lamb, Commercial Bank, and Jennifer Morris, City of Paris, visited at the ribbon-cutting for Steak 'n Shake.

  • New Steak'n Shake

    Chamber Board of Directors member Kathy Ray, DPA, chats with BPU General Manager John Etheridge at the ribbon-cutting for Steak 'n Shake.

  • New Steak'n Shake

    Owners Darmish Patel and Yogi Patel welcome Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce President Chip Anderson to the new Steak 'n Shake.

  • Water Run

    Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce Tourism Development Vice President Michele Atkins, Henry County Extension, and Board member Donna Craig, Henry County Clerk, served as volunteer staff for the annual Kentucky Lake Water Fun Run.

  • Water Run

    Chamber President Chip Anderson, Bone and Jone Specialists, thanked everyone who participated in the 2014 Kentucky Lake Water Fun Run.

  • Water Run

    A row of dealers and gurus assisted six players during the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's Water Fun Run. Volunteers included John Wambles, the Peddler; Tony Wheatley, Lowe's; Jim Perry, Crappie USA; Jennifer Wheatley, Chamber Executive Director; Kevin Buie, K and B Supplies; Andrew Wheatley, Land Between the Lakes; Michael Puckett, PML; and Tony Lawrence, Paris Parks and Recreation. The event requires over 50 volunteers at multiple stations on Kentucky Lake.

  • Sprint Tri

    Cole Davis, a member of the local youth tri club, finished in the top 25 of the Paris Sprint Tri, with over 200 competitors from the Southeast. Cole is the son of Clint Davis, Commercial Bank. The event required a 500 meter swim, 14 mile bike ride and 3 mile run.

  • Sprint Tri

    Kenneth Charles, left, and Henry County Mayor Brent Greer, prepare hushpuppies and catfish for the participants of the Paris Sprint Tri at Paris Landing State Park.

  • Sprint Tri

    Grove Assistant Principal Michelle Webb and County Commissioner and Historian and educator David Webb supported the Sprint Tri at Paris Landing State Park.

  • Sprint Tri

    The elite swimmers group waits to begin the 500 meter swim portion of the Paris Sprint Tri, which included the swim, a 14 mile bike ride and 3 mile run. The event, which had over 200 participants from the southeast, was sponsored by the Henry County Alliance, the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce, Tennessee State Parks and Bone and Joint Specialists.

  • Sprint Tri

    Tomas dePaulis, former director of the Tennessee State Parks Running Tour, returned to Paris Landing to participate in the Sprint Tri.

  • Sprint Tri

    Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce President Chip Anderson, Bone and Joint Specialists, left, participated in the Spring Tri at Paris Landing State Park as a member of a relay team with son Craig.

  • Sprint Tri

    Over 200 participants gathered at Paris Landing State Park for the Paris Sprint Tri, a 500 meter swim, 14 mile bike ride and three mile run sponsored by the Henry County Tourism Authority, Henry County Alliance, Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce, Bone and Joint Specialists and Tennessee State Parks.

  • Keep the Connection

    Albert Wade, Greer and Wade, left, and Chamber President Chip Anderson, Bone and Joint Specialists, attended the ribbon-cutting for Keep the Connection infant massage therapy classes, a new member of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce.

  • Keep the Connection

    Debbie Madden Gray, center with scissors, cuts the ribbon for Keep the Connection, infant massage therapy classes, a new member of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce.