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Good News from Our Schools...

There has been a lot of good news on the education front in Robertson County over the past few weeks. Fresh on the heels of the hiring of new Director of Schools Dr. Chris Causey, our school district is beginning to see real results from the work and programs put in place under director Mike Davis. 

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It's Taste of Country Week!

The big week is here!  Taste of Country USA happens this Saturday, September 16 from 10 am to 5 pm on the Court House Square in Springfield. From the Riding for Books Century Bike Ride and the Rooster Run 5K in the morning to the last strains of music from the Electrolux Main Stage and the final cheers from the Tailgate Zone, Taste of Country 2017 has something for everyone!

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Taste of Country is Less Than Two Weeks Away!

With our Pep Rally on the Square and the eclipse behind us, it's time for the Chamber staff to focus our full attention on our biggest event of the year, Taste of Country USA. In less than two weeks, we will bring a full day of arts and crafts, music, food and family fun to the Court House Square in Springfield. 

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Welcoming Gina Holt as Springfield City Manager

Last week the Springfield Board of Mayor and Aldermen concluded their months long process of selecting a new city manager. Through our attendance at city meetings and our live tweeting of these meetings on our @RobCoAdvocate twitter account, the Chamber and our members have been interested observers of this process. We congratulate the board on the successful implementation of a thoughtful and open process with expert guidance from the Municipal Technical Advisory Service. 

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Totality Crazy Week at the Chamber

In case you missed the news, Monday, August 21 is a big day here in northern middle Tennessee as all of Robertson County and most of Sumner County are in the path of totality for the Great American Eclipse. Tens of thousands, maybe even hundreds of thousands, of visitors are expected to descend on our area to witness this spectacular celestial event.

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It's the 20th Anniversary of Pep Rally on the Square!

School is back in session and football season is right around the corner. And in Robertson County, that means it's time for our annual Pep Rally on the Square. The Chamber will host the 19th annual Pep Rally on the Square on Thursday, August 10, 5:00 – 7:00 pm on Main Street in Springfield, TN.

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Total Eclipse on the Square!

In case you've been under a rock and haven't heard, Robertson County is going to be one of the best places in the United States to view the upcoming total eclipse on Monday, August 21. We expect to have lots of visitors that day and a host of events are taking place across Robertson County to provide a safe, fun place to view this once in a lifetime event.

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Chamber Board Takes the Lead with Member Recruitment

The Chamber family got a little bigger last month when our Membership Director, Alyssa Eden, welcomed her third son, Callan into the world! So while Alyssa is out on maternity leave, our Chamber Board of Directors has volunteered to "fill the gap" with a fun competition to bring in a total of 50 new members in July and  August. 

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Taste of Country Festival 2017 Edition

Now that summer is officially here, festivals start to be a hot topic of conversation. We have some great ones coming up here in Robertson County, from the Freedom Celebration in Springfield on July 2  and the Turning of the Pig in Greenbrier on the 3rd to the Americana Celebration in White House on the 8th and the Threshermen's Show in Adams on  the 21st. Our own Robertson County Chamber's signature event, Taste of Country USA, has a new date this year. We moved to September 16 to allow our festival to anchor the end of summer and hopefully enjoy a little cooler temperatures!

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Chamber Connections are Our Greatest Member Benefit

Last week our Good Morning Robertson County program highlighted a number of ways that Chamber members work together and support each other.  From our sponsor, Robertson County Schools, to our community's largest employer, Electrolux, we saw the tremendous work that can be done to better our community and our economic prosperity when member businesses and organizations understand each other and find ways to promote and encourage themselves and their partners. 

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