• Become a Member

    Though there are as many different reasons for joining the Chamber as there are members, a few common needs seem to unite us all. If you’re interested in meeting people, helping to create a climate where business can flourish, or getting involved to improve the quality of life in Robertson County, the Chamber can help.

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  • Calendar of Events

    Save the Date for the Chamber Annual Dinner, Thursday, April 24, 2014 from beginning at 5:30 p.m., at The Center in Springfield. We will award our Ambassador of the Year, Volunteer of the Year, Business of the Year and Industry of the Year. Come help us celebrate all Robertson County businesses! Make your reservation today! Click here

  • Get Involved

     Taste of Country USA needs your help! Saturday, June 14, 2014 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.the historic downtown Springfield Square will be rockin! Cooking compeitions, live music, car show, Honeysuckle Hill wet n' wild kids country, and so much more! Volunteers needed all day! Give us a call at 615.384.3800 for more details or email Jordan

  • Chamber News

    REdI presented the MAD Teacher Awards at Bath Fitter at our Annual Education After Hours on March 4th. Congrats teachers, the Robertson County Chamber of Commerce and the Robertson Education Initiative are proud of all of you.  

Reviving Downtown Springfield Part 2

The Chamber recently convened a town hall meeting as a "brain storming" session to facilitate a discussion about the future of downtown Springfield. We were extremely encouraged by the tremendous attendance and the engagement of those present. Nearly 75 participants filled City Hall, including Springfield aldermen, planning commissioners, board of zoning appeals members, historic district residents, property owners and business owners. It was a fruitful and productive discussion and a wide variety of important ideas and innovative suggestions were brought forward.

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Member Spotlight

Kathy Williams, CASA of Robertson County

Kathy Williams has a heart for children…especially those who have no one else. That is why she first became involved with CASA as a volunteer eight years ago. Kathy is currently serving in her fifth year as the Executive Director. Through CASA, an organization which gives a voice to our county’s abused and neglected children, Kathy turns lives of hurt into lives of hope.  She is devoted to the children she serves and is always looking for volunteers to assist in her fight. If you’re interested in helping Kathy make a difference in the lives of these children, call 615.382.5066.
 
When Kathy is not working she enjoys spending time with her husband of 35 years, her daughter and granddaughter. Kathy always finds the good in every situation and you’ll never catch her without a smile. Thank you Kathy, for your dedication to the children of Robertson County and for the difference you make in our community!
 
 
 
 
 
 

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