Lowes Team Repairs Eiffel Tower

Lowes Team Repairs Eiffel Tower Lowes of Paris has provided both materials and a team to make repairs and improvements to Paris’ iconic Eiffel Tower replica in Eiffel Tower Park, scheduled to begin September 10th. The project will be funded with a $2500 Lowes Heroes grant and 24 members of Lowes’ staff, working in shifts,…

A La Mode Sweet Shoppe Ribbon Cutting

A La Mode Sweet Shoppe Ribbon Cutting David and Jackie Jackson (with scissors), the new owners of A La Mode Sweet Shoppe in downtown Paris, celebrated with a ribbon-cutting today. A large crowd of supporters, including Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce President Tony Lawrence, Paris Parks and Recreation, were on hand to sample the goodies.…

GOVERNOR BILL HASLAM AND TENNESSEE TOURISM ANNOUNCE RECORD-BREAKING ECONOMIC IMPACT NUMBERS

Tourism Revenues in Henry County Up 4.8% NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Governor Bill Haslam and Commissioner Kevin Triplett, Tennessee Department of Tourist Development, today announced during a special event at the Ryman Auditorium that tourism’s direct domestic and international travel expenditures reached $17.7 billion in 2014, up 6.3 percent, and an all-time high for the state.…

JD Distributors Ribbon-Cutting

JD Distributors Ribbon-Cutting Lucas Flood (red shirt, center) and Jimmy Flood (blue shirt with scissors) celebrate the membership of JD Distributors in the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce with a ribbon-cutting. The office supplier, printer and janitorial supplier has been doing business in Henry County for 16 years.

Shelia O’Brien

Sheila O’Brien Sheila O’Brien was the winner of the 2 pm round of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce’s Water Fun Run. Her $500 check was presented by Paris Landing State Park’s Gary McEntire, the Chamber’s President-elect and Vice President of Organizational Development. The Water Run was segmented into three rounds to avoid long lines.

Josh Poe

Josh Poe The Johnson Agency’s Mark Johnson, Chamber of Commerce Person of the Year, presents Josh Poe with his $500 check for the best hand in the 3 pm round of the Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce’s Water Fun Run on Kentucky Lake.