Chamber ribbon cutting held

A ribbon cutting was held recently for the grand reopening of The Athens Chamber of Commerce, located at 13 N. Jackson Street in Athens. Shown here are Michelle Schumacher, Daily Post-Athenian; Joanne Arnett, Simmons Bank; Jordan Curtis, Simmons Bank; Karen Raby, Chamber diplomat and board member/Simmons Bank; Becky Wattenbarger, Chamber board member/Crye-Leike; Shayne Whaley, Chamber board member/Simmons Bank; Julie Simbeck, Athens Area Chamber of Commerce; Darrell Simbeck, Ascension Life Church; Dana Ferguson, Chamber diplomat/Economic Development Authority; C. Seth Sumner, Athens city manager; Lisa Dotson, Main Street; Fallon Lee, Daily Post-Athenian; Luke Shepherd, Chamber diplomat and board member/Companion Funeral Home And Cremation Athens; Brittni Wright, Chamber diplomat/First Tennessee Bank; Rob Preston, Chamber president/CEO; Haley Duncan, Chamber diplomat/Life Care Center of Athens; Connie Woodcock, Chamber diplomat/Amedisys Hospice; Erin Blankenship, Chamber diplomat/Bowater Employees Credit Union; Kelly Blassingame, Chamber board member/CapStar Bank; Tonya Hipps, Athens Area Chamber of Commerce; Kim York, Chamber diplomat/Avalon Hospice Athens; Chris Anderson, Chamber diplomat/Tennessee College of Applied Technology; Kathy Price, Economic Development Authority; Scott Cass, Chamber board member/East Tennessee Auto; Elaine Preston; Frank Preston; Lisa Geren, Chamber diplomat/Better Business Bureau; Moises Contreras, Contreras Martial Arts Academy; Lisa Harrison, Chamber diplomat/Guardian Home Health; and Jona Garrett, Century 21 Robinson Realty, Inc.

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