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Napa Auto Parts Ribbon Cutting

A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held for NAPA on July 16th! NAPA Auto Parts is a distributer of automotive after market parts for light duty & heavy duty equipment. Pictured are Stephanie Chalmers, and other NAPA representatives. Chamber President & CEO Melanie Minter, and Chamber Members are also pictured.

Ribbon Cuttings are sponsored by Ian Isbell Agee & Johnson Realty.294049712 5301428629951014 7880265152134031316 n

Taste of Wilson County

Taste of Wilson County newsletter flyer       

              Taste of Wilson County is the premier education fundraiser presented by the Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce and the Wilson County Business & Education Coalition that benefits scholarships, Teacher Grants, Tennessee Scholars and the Wilson Books from Birth program.

Join us for a great evening to sample more than 40 vendors for a true taste of Wilson County, from food samples to local boutiques and more! Taste of Wilson County will be held on October 21st at 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. at the Wilson Bank & Trust West Lawn. As of 2021, Taste of Wilson County has given over 600 teacher grants, giving out more than $251,000.      

There will be a fun Battle of the Mascots dance off and annual Grill Off Challenge including, Pie Eating Contest, Kids Valley, LSSD & WCS art buses, displays and entertainment with Double Take Band.  Mac Griffin will be emceeing for the evening. Taste of Wilson County is an event for the whole family. The Kid Valley will include the balloon man, petting zoo, crafts and face painting with Imagine That Art Studio! Enjoy the annual Grill Off Challenge with dignitaries Wilson County Mayor Randal Hutto, City of Lebanon Mayor Rick Bell, Mt. Juliet Vice-Mayor James Maness, LSSD Director of Schools Scott Benson and Wilson County Schools Director Jeff Luttrell.

Returning to Taste of Wilson County for the third year is the Culinary Challenge with  Lebanon High School and Wilson Central High School culinary facing off with former Tennessee Titan Blaine Bishop, News Channel 5 Anchor Nick Beres, and community food enthusiast Brad Major deciding on the winner and school spirit award. Wilson County Schools Public information officer Bart Barker will emcee for the Culinary Challenge.

                Ticket prices are $25 for Adults (ages 12+), $8 for Children (ages 6-11), $15 for Teachers, Free for kids 5 and under. VIP Tickets are $35 and offer a seat in the VIP area as well as a private caterer, Premier Catering Aaron Hudlow and music featuring Lain Tomlinson. For more information, visit or call (615) 444-5503. Tickets are available at Wilson Bank & Trust offices, the Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce office, and online at Also, be sure to follow the event page “Taste of Wilson County” on Facebook!

                Taste of Wilson County Title Sponsor is Wilson Bank & Trust. Major Sponsors are Famous Footwear, Wilson County Chevrolet-Buick-GMC, Wilson County Hyundai, Performance Foodservice Nashville, VIP tent-Cumberland University, Grill Off Challenge-Farm Bureau Insurance-Wes Dugan, Culinary Challenge-TriStar Mt. Juliet ER and Kids Valley-Buckeye Drugs.

WeGo Excursion Tickets…Big Machine Music City Grand Prix 8/8/21

 WeGo Excursion Tickets…Big Machine Music City Grand Prix 8/8/21

Music City Grand Prix

WeGo has announced that 390 tickets for WeGo Public Transit’s special event train from Lebanon to downtown Nashville for the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix on Sunday, August 8, 2021 are now on sale. Additional information can be found at

The train will depart from Lebanon Station at 1 p.m., Hamilton Springs at 1:08 p.m., Martha at 1:15 p.m., Mt. Juliet at 1:25 p.m., Hermitage at 1:35 p.m., Donelson at 1:45 p.m. and arrive at Nashville’s Riverfront Station at 2 p.m. The return train to Lebanon leaves 45 minutes after the conclusion of the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix.

An allotment of 390 tickets is available to the general public. Round-trip tickets cost $15 plus a $2 processing fee and are available for purchase through ticketsnashville.comwith a credit card. Tickets will not be for sale on the platforms. Parking is free at all of the outlying stations. Anyone needing special accommodations to board should call 615-862-5950 prior to their trip. Customers will receive only one ticket for the round-trip and will need to show the ticket to train personnel when boarding. Upon boarding, each customer will receive a colored wristband in place of the ticket, which will serve as their train ticket. Customers must show the wristband to the conductor for the return trip.

Children age 4 and younger will not need a ticket to board; however, they are required to sit in a parent or guardian’s lap. Children age 5 and older will need a ticket. Weekday Star tickets and monthly passes are not accepted on the Grand Prix train. 

Click here to purchase tickets 

Chamber Tailgate at the Nashville Superspeedway


The Lebanon/Wilson County Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a Chamber Tailgate at the Nashville Superspeedway Friday, June 18th from 4:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. before the festivities and Rackley Roofing 200 truck race begins.

To purchase the race tickets, call 1-866-722-3849 and mention the “Lebanon Wilson Chamber”.

A portion of each ticket ($10.00) will be donated back to the Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce.

Location: Nashville Superspeedway 4847-F McCrary Road, Lebanon, TN 37090.

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