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Paris/Henry County Chamber of Commerce
New Members:
  • Paris Cardiology Outreach Clinic
  • Perry's BBQ & Catering
  • Paris Stone Works
  • West Tennessee Moving & Storage, LLC
  • Paris Medicine Company
  • Henry Trading Post
  • Cindy Hopkins
  • Carrol Bank and Trust
  • Avalon Hospice
  • TARP
  • Keep The Connection
  • Goodman's Handyman Service
Upcoming Events:
  • Paris Landing Sprint Triathlon
    Date: July 12
    Contact: 901-274-2202.
  • Water Fun Run
    Date: July 19
    Contact: 731-642-3431
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Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce
  • Water Run Winner

    Troy Younger, left, receives his $1000 check as the winner of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce 2014 Water Fun Run from Chamber President-elect Tony Lawrence, Paris Parks and Recreation. Younger, a first time player, said he plans to contribute the funds to the pool that he and friends use to enjoy Kentucky Lake. He won with a four kings and an ace.
    Other winners were Pam Marvin, Dyer, who received second place with four twos; and Darell Sherrill, who was third with a full house.

  • 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.

  • Water Run Packets and T-Shirts For Sale

    Kayla Simpson, left, and Holly Todd show off the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's Water Run t-shirt with the "Cheeseburger in Paris-dise" theme and one of the goody bag items available to the first 200 players to purchase their registration packet at the Chamber office, 2508 East Wood Street. (Goody bags are mixed items and towels are limited.) The Water Fun Run will be July 19th on Kentucky Lake. Registration is $20 in advance and $25 the day of the event. First prize is $1000. For more information, call the Chamber at 731.642.3431.

  • June Newsletter

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  • 64th Annual Membership Banquet

    The Chamber's own Holly Todd Barker (center) performed with Micah Snow, left, and Gavin Richardson at the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's 64th annual membership banquet

  • 64th Annual Membership Banquet

    Chip Anderson, Bone and Joint Specialists, discussed increased outreach during his remarks as new president of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce during his banquet remarks.

  • FLW Weigh In

    Skip Johnson of Michigan won $100,000 in the FLW fishing tournament held on Kentucky Lake, sponsored by the Henry County Alliance.

  • FLW Weigh In

    Henry County Mayor Brent Greer (right) thanked the crowd for attending the final weigh in of the FLW event at Walmart, sponsored by the Henry County Alliance.

  • FLW Weigh In

    David Hamilton, right, receives a plaque honoring the Henry County Alliance for their support of the FLW fishing tournament held on Kentucky Lake.

  • FLW Weigh In

    Country music artist Michael Ray performed a concert prior to the final weigh in of the FLW fishing tournament, held at Wal-Mart in Paris. The Henry County Alliance was an event sponsor.

  • Henry Trading Post

    Henry County Commissioner Bobby Freeman, Sally Lane's, and Wayne Webb visited at the Henry Trading Post after the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting.

  • Henry Trading Post

    The Koch family (including Morgan, with scissors) celebrated the grand opening of the expanded Henry Trading post with a Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting and fund-raiser for the Henry Volunteer fire department.

  • June Newsletter and Economic Post

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  • May Newsletter and Economic Post

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  • Leadership Henry County Completion Certificate

    Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce Vice President of Membership Development and Training Jennifer Hayden, facing away, presents a Leadership Henry County completion certificate to Kevin Buie, K and B Supplies for Success, who serves on the Chamber's Executive Committee as Vice President of Community Development. The two are co-chairs of the Small Business Basics program.

  • 64th Annual Membership Banquet

    Mary Beth and Kelly Puckett, My Favorite Things, attended the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's 64th annual membership banquet.

  • June Chamber coffee

    Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce President-elect Chip Anderson, Bone and Joint Specialists, presided at the Chamber coffee this morning at Nobel Automotive.

  • June Chamber coffee

    John Etheridge, BPU, and Justin Muller, FirstBank, attend Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce Coffee at Nobel Automotive.

  • Four Tourism Businesses Win Praise from “Mystery Shoppers” from the Tennessee River Trails Association

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  • Water Fun Run on Kentucky Lake

  • Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours

    Jennifer Morris, City of Paris, worked with the setup of the Chamber's Business After Hours during Downtown Paris week.

  • Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours

    Diana Ciarrocchi, Paris Winery, provided beverages to the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's Business After Hours during Downtown Paris week.

  • Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours

    City Commisssioner and former Chamber President Carlton Gerrell, TVCC, visits with Susan Jones, Merison's during the Business After Hours on the Court Square celebrating Downtown Paris week.

  • Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours

    Kathy Ray, director of the Downtown Paris Association, and Charles Hopkins, the Toggery, attended the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours before Songwriters' Night during the Downtown Paris week.

  • 64th Annual Membership Banquet

    The Chamber's Business of the Year and Person of the Year awards will be presented, along with the installation of officers and the graduation of this year's Leadership Henry County class. An award for Conservationist of the Year will also be given. Click here for details...

  • Paris Landing in Top 100

    Three Tennessee State Parks Among the Top 100 Family Friendly Fishing and Boating Destinations. Click here for the full story...

  • May Chamber of Commerce Coffee

    Cindy Hopkins attended the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce coffee sponsored by WLJT, supporting the upcoming Ethan Bortnick concert at KPAC.

  • May Chamber of Commerce Coffee

    Chamber Treasurer Gary McEntire, Paris Landing State Park, chats with Mandy Hinson, WLJT, during the Chamber coffee.

  • WestStar 2014

    Ramay Winchester, far left, Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development, joined host Mike McWherter and guests Blake Swaggart, ECD, Jennifer Morris, City of Paris, and Larry Ray, Henry County Fair Association, for a reception at the McWherter home on Kentucky Lake for the WestStar class of 2014. WestStar is a regional leadership program sponsored by the University of Tennessee at Martin. Their session in Henry County was facilitated by Tom Gee, Henry County Medical Center; Michele Atkins, Henry County Extension; Tony Lawrence, Paris Parks and Recreation; and Jennifer Morris. The reception was sponsored by the BPU and the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce.

  • WestStar 2014

    David 'Tater' Hayes, Hayes Construction, shared the history of the World's Biggest Fish Fry with the WestStar class of 2014 during their visit to Henry County.

  • Scavenger Hunt Winner

    David S. Carl (third from left) won the $1000 prize in the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's Be Local Scavenger Hunt. He is pictured with (from left) Mary Beth Puckett, My Favorite Things; fiancee' Macquanita C. Johnson; Be Local chairman Carlton Gerrell, TVCC; Chamber President Andrea Lamb, Commercial Bank; and Jennifer Morris, City of Paris. Carl's answer sheet was drawn from over 50 correct entries. He has lived in Henry County for approximately two years and said the Scavenger Hunt introduced him to new businesses where he will continue to shop.

  • Leadership Henry County

    Sharpshooter Jeremy Stone, Cowart, Reese and Sargent, gave an impressive display during the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Henry County visit to Holly Fork Shooting Range.

  • Chamber Trip

    Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce President Andrea Lamb, Commercial Bank, and Executive Director Jennifer Wheatley were recently part of a nine county team gathering community information in West Tennessee. Lamb and Wheatley visited another catfish icon in Decatur County.

  • Leadership Henry County

    A boat tour of Kentucky Lake was part of Leadership Henry County's tourism session, sponsored by the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce. Pictured are Tony Brown, BPU; Chamber Board member Willie Huffman, Tennessee College of Applied Technology, and Dustin Smith, Commercial Bank.

  • Business of the Year Nominations!

    Nominate YOUR business or ANY Henry County business that you think should be recognized at the Chamber’s annual banquet!
    Click here for the nomination form.

  • Eiffel Gardens Award

    Eiffel Gardens Administrator Linda Zanaty shared the Americare Honor Club award the Paris facility received with Chamber President Andrea Lamb, Commercial Bank.

  • Eiffel Gardens Award

    Linda Zanaty (standing in blue), administrator of the Paris Eiffel Gardens, shared the news of the facility's recognition by Americare with resident ambassadors Dorothy Brannon, seated, and Chester Robbins.

  • Chamber Coffee

    Innkeeper Rose Owens and new owner Bailey McSwain welcomed members of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce to Home Sweet Home Bed and Breakfast for the April coffee.

  • Chamber Coffee

    Jim Breeding spoke on a new volunteer welcoming committee to members of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce coffee at Home Sweet Home Bed and Breakfast, including Justin Muller, FirstBank.

  • Chamber Coffee

    Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors member Robert Newcomb, FirstBank, and former President Dr. Jeff Seaton attended the coffee at Home Sweet Home Bed and Breakfast this morning.

  • World's Biggest Fish Fry 2014

    Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce President Andrea Lamb, Commercial Bank, welcomed our guests to the Governor's Luncheon during the World's Biggest Fish Fry.

  • World's Biggest Fish Fry 2014

    Paris Finance Director Kim Foster and Brian Foster, Landmark Realty, attended the Governor's Luncheon during the World Biggest Fish Fry.

  • World's Biggest Fish Fry 2014

    Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce former President and FirstBank City President Troy Buttrey, Kristy Buttrey, Grove School, and Paris City Commissioner and Chamber Board member Gayle Griffith (working with the Tennessee State Guard) attended the World's Biggest Fish Fry activities.

  • World's Biggest Fish Fry 2014

    State Senator John Stevens visits with Governor Bill Haslam during the World's Biggest Fish Fry.

  • World's Biggest Fish Fry 2014

    Thank you Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce Treasurer Gary McEntire for driving the newly wrapped van in the World's Biggest Fish Fry parade!

  • World's Biggest Fish Fry 2014

    Henry County Clerk Donna Craig and colleague Lance Beshires visit during the World's Biggest Fish Fry.

  • First winner of a Be Local t-shirt during the Scavenger Hunt!

    Dottie Kendall was the first winner of a Be Local t-shirt during the Scavenger Hunt! Dottie was finding the clue at Joe Mahan Ford. The Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's Scavenger Hunt has two more full weeks and you can start any time before May 9th.

  • Paris-Henry County Scavenger Hunt!

    Click here for the answer sheet as well as rules and instructions!
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  • Chamber of Commerce's Van Has a New Look

    Members of the Paris-Henry County Board of Directors, including Emory Bradley, Farm Bureau; Terry Wimberley, BPU; Randy Geiger, Foundation Bank; President Andrea Lamb, Commercial Bank; Jennifer Wheatley, executive director; Jennifer Hayden, Hamilton-Ryker; Willie Huffman, Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology; Gary McEntire, Paris Landing State Park; Tony Lawrence, Paris Parks and Recreation; and Jeremy Lindsey, Lakeway IGA, got to see the new wrap on the Chamber van, which has recently been wrapped to promote community attractions.

  • Chamber of Commerce's Van Has a New Look

    The Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's van has been wrapped to promote local attractions. It will be featured in the Grand Parade of the World's Biggest Fish Fry on Friday. Abbott's Print Shop did the vehicle wrap.

  • New Landscaping at the Catfish Sign

    Chamber President Andrea Lamb, Commercial Bank; Paris Community Development Director Jennifer Morris (seated, right); and Chamber Vice President of Tourism Development Tony Lawrence, Paris Parks and Recreation, were part of the team that initiated the new landscaping at the catfish sign.

  • Carroll Bank and Trust Celebrate Their Groundbreaking

    Carroll Bank and Trust celebrated their groundbreaking with Chamber President Andrea Lamb, (center with red jacket), Commercial Bank.

  • New Landscaping at the Catfish Sign

    Ryan Hamlin, Wofford's Nursery, begin the process of building the new wall at the catfish sign in Paris, Tennessee!

  • Lowe's Delivers Blocks for New Landscaping

    Lowe's of Paris staff delivered block to the catfish sign to the begin the new landscaping.

  • Leadership Henry County

    Paris Police Chief Chuck Elizondo, left, and Justin Rawls, Commercial Bank, met recently for the agriculture session of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Henry County class at Henry County Extension.

  • Leadership Henry County

    Jamey Tosh, Tosh Farms, discusses his family's farming operation, Henry County's largest farm and one of the top pork producers in the United States, during the agriculture session of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Henry County Class.

  • Leadership Henry County

    Jamey Tosh, far right, discusses Tosh Farms with members of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Henry County class during their agriculture session, facilitated by Michele Atkins, Henry County Extension director.

  • Golf Tournament

    Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce Vice President of Membership Development and Training and Golf Committee chairperson Jennifer Hayden, Hamilton-Ryker, presents the winner's check of the annual golf tournament to Jim Herndon, center, team sponsor and team member Gary Barker. Herndon returned the $600 prize as a donation to the Chamber.

  • Golf Tournament

    Mark Berg, Meo-Mio's, was a player, team sponsor and hole sponsor for the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce's recent golf tournament at the Tennessean golf club.

  • Golf Tournament

    Henry County Sheriff's Department Captain Damon Lowe and Sheriff Monte Belew cooked lunch for everyone at the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce golf tournament on a grill provided by Tosh Farms.

  • April Chamber Newsletter

    Don't forget to check out the April 2014 Newsletter! Welcome new Chamber members!
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  • Guided Tour Packages

    Tennessee State Parks Announce Guided Tour Packages for the 2014 Season!
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  • World's Biggest Fish Fry

    City Commissioner and former Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce President Carlton Gerrell, TVCC, left, and County Commissioner and book dedication honoree Monte Starks, right, assist the Hostess Princess court cut the ribbon for the opening of the World's Biggest Fish Fry headquarters on East Wood Street.

  • World's Biggest Fish Fry

    Loria Plunk, Arrowhead Home Sales, announced the book dedication of the World's Biggest Fish Fry to Henry County Commissioner Monte Starks.

  • Chamber Coffee

    Paris City Manager Carl Holder's birthday was celebrated at the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce coffee at JC Educational and Office Supply.

  • Chamber Coffee

    Former Chamber President Dan Jackson welcomed everyone to his business, JC Educational and Office Supply, for the March Chamber Coffee.

  • Chamber Coffee

    Commercial Bank representatives David Flowers and Andy Collins check out the office chairs during the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce coffee at JC Educational and Office Supply.

  • Chamber Coffee

    Chamber President Andrea Lamb, Commercial Bank, and Jennifer Morris, City of Paris, visit during the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce coffee at JC Educational and Office Supply.

  • Chamber Coffee

    Former Chamber Presidents Carlton Gerrell, TVCC and Paris City Commission, and Dan Jackson, JC Educational and Office Supply, chatted during the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce at Jackson's office on Wood Street in Paris.

  • Chamber Coffee

    Melanie Hyatt, center with scissors, and her staff at Avalon Hospice, 1020 Tyson Avenue in Paris, were joined by Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce supporters (from left) Tony Lawrence, Paris Parks and Recreation; Gaines Hedges, Paris Post-Intelligener; Chip Anderson, Bone and Joint Specialists; Justin Rawls, Commercial Bank; Chamber President Andrea Lamb, Commercial Bank; and Jennifer Hayden, Hamilton-Ryker.

  • Past Presidents at Chamber

    Past Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce Presidents Bryan Irby, Irby and Associates (left) and Jeff Mahan, Joe Mahan Ford, and Wayne Powers, Foundation Bank, hear updates on current Chamber events at a recent breakfast.

  • Past Presidents at Chamber

    Tony Lawrence, Paris Parks and Recreation and vice president of tourism development at the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce, discussed the upcoming Paris Landing Sprint Triathlon at the meeting of past presidents at the Chamber office.

  • Past Presidents at Chamber

    Past Chamber President Gayle Griffith, a Paris City Commissioner, hears updates on the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce during a past presidents breakfast with President-elect Chip Anderson, Bone and Joint Specialists.