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HomeFirst Home Healthcare Ribbon Cutting

Congratulations to HomeFirst Home Healthcare on their Ribbon Cutting at their new Lebanon branch! HomeFirst Home Healthcare hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony yesterday, June 26.

Pictured with Amanda Linville, Regional Director of Operations; and Dara Nelson, Community Liaison; are friends, family, staff and therapists. Chamber President & CEO Melanie Minter, VP Membership & Finance Andrea Wilke, Ambassadors and representatives are also pictured.

HomeFirst Healthcare provides a full array of services to respond to the pre- and post-acute needs of the patient. The team specializes in providing personalized one-on-one care designed to maximize quality of life, preserve independence and dignity while attending to patient safety and comfort. HomeFirst has a team of dedicated medical professionals that work with your physician to deliver patient-centered care with compassion, continuity, and excellence. They work under the direction of your physician to provide a tailored plan to achieve the best possible outcomes for you or your loved one.

HomeFirst Home Healthcare’s Lebanon branch is located at 401 W. Main, Suite 102, Lebanon, TN 37087

Ribbon Cuttings are sponsored by Edward Jones-Financial Advisor: Lyn Williams

Mid Tenn Powersports Ribbon Cutting

Mid Tenn Powersports hosted a Ribbon Cutting on June 18 at their new location in Wilson County. The ceremony was conducted by the Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce.

Pictured with Mid Tenn Powersports’ owners David Isaacs, Alexandra Isaacs & Edward Collier are friends, family & staff. Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Melanie Minter, Chamber Ambassadors and representatives are also pictured.

Mid Tenn Powersports is a family owned and operated powersports dealer. They offer Lebanon’s largest selection of powersport inventory, including a variety of off-road vehicles, motorcycles, boats, and accessories. Mid Tenn Powersports is the only OEM Authorized Powersports dealer in Lebanon for new unit sales, parts and warranty service. They have a full staff of knowledgeable Sales and Parts Specialists. Mid Tenn Powersports will host their Grand Opening on Saturday, June 29.

Mid Tenn Powersports is located at 6050 Leeville Pike, Lebanon, TN 37090

Ribbon Cuttings are sponsored by Edward Jones-Financial Advisor: Lyn Williams

Cedar Spring Event Venue Ribbon Cutting

Cedar Springs Event Venue hosted a Ribbon Cutting on May 23. The ceremony was conducted by the Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce.

Owner Hal Bone recently expanded his property to include Cedar Springs Event Venue. Following acquisition, Bone and his development team have transformed the space tremendously. With it’s collection of 19th and 20th century log cabins, structures and barns it has been the site for many joyful occasions. The cabins have been transformed into a bridal suite and separate grooms quarters. A beautiful, rustic barn sits at the rear of the property. The goal of Cedar Springs Event Venue has been to preserve this pastoral setting that represents a time in history and heritage of the farm.

Pictured with owner Hal Bone, his son Seth, and CSEV Event Coordinator Michelle Osborne, are family, friends and additional staff. Andrea Wilke, Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce VP Membership & Finance; Chamber Ambassadors and representatives are also pictured.

Cedar Springs Event Venue is located at 784 Phillips Rd, Lebanon, TN 37087

Ribbon Cuttings are sponsored by Edward Jones-Financial Advisor: Lyn Williams

Wilson Bank & Trust Business Before Hours and Ribbon Cutting

Wilson Bank & Trust hosted Business Before Hours and a Ribbon Cutting at the Main Office, located on the Historic Castle Heights Campus, Friday, May 17. The Ribbon Cutting ceremony, for the newly renovated building, was conducted by the Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce.

Guests had the chance to tour the facility, network with staff and community members, and celebrate this exciting milestone. CEO John McDearman III and Senior VP & Regional President Curt Baker, introduced guests to the many contributors responsible for the renovation and the Bank’s continued success. The impressive renovation, led by Jack Bell Builders, included a modern design, Wilson County memorabilia, and a state-of-the-art café.

Over 37 years ago, Wilson Bank & Trust was founded by a group of local business leaders alongside the founding CEO, Randall Clemons. The first location was a small house in Lebanon. Since then, the bank has opened 29 offices, including the Main Office and neighboring Operations Center. In a world of bank mergers and acquisitions driven by the bottom line, Wilson Bank & Trust remains focused on serving the community. As your local, independent bank, Wilson Bank & Trust takes a personal approach to business by providing customized banking needs while staying committed to serving communities across Middle Tennessee.

Pictured with Wilson Bank & Trust CEO John McDearman III are stakeholders, staff and community members. City of Lebanon Mayor Rick Bell, Lebanon Wilson County President & CEO Melanie Minter, VP Membership & Finance Andrea Wilke, Chamber Ambassadors, and representatives.

The Wilson Bank & Trust Main Office is located at 623 W Main St, Lebanon, TN 37087

Ribbon Cuttings are sponsored by Edward Jones Financial Advisor: Lyn Williams

Business Before Hours is a networking event that provides a relaxed way for members of the Chamber to connect with one another. Member organizations may host these events, which bring together an average of 50-100 people, to showcase their facilities.

Business Before Hours included several door prizes provided by Wilson Bank & Trust, and as always, the Chamber Pot drawing. All Chamber members are entered into the Pot to be drawn during the event. You must be present to win. If the first person is not present, we will draw a second time for half the original value. If the second person is not present, the value goes up $25 for the NEXT Business Before or After Hours. 

The May 17 Chamber Pot was valued at $375. The first name drawn by Daniel Sampson, Assistant Vice President – Loan Officer, was The White Room. Unfortunately, no representatives were present. Farm Bureau Exposition Center was drawn second, but no one was present to claim. We look forward to seeing everyone at our next Business Before/After Hours, where the Chamber Pot will increase to $400! Remember, you must be present to win!

Mike’s Foodland Ribbon Cutting

Mike’s Foodland hosted a Ribbon Cutting on May 9. The ceremony was conducted by the Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce.

Mike’s Foodland is a grocery store in Lebanon known for its wide selection of meat and produce. The store also features a bakery and deli that serves fresh food with a new menu daily. Mike’s Foodland is currently running a Grand Opening Sale with incredible savings. Mike’s Foodland’s owner, Mike Williams, is a fourth-generation grocery store owner. This is Mike’s Foodland’s third location in Tennessee.

Pictured with Mike’s Foodland owner Mike Williams are family, friends and staff. City of Lebanon, TN – Government Mayor Rick Bell, Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Melanie Minter, Chamber Ambassadors and representatives are also pictured.

Mike’s Foodland is located at 1006 N Cumberland St, Lebanon, TN 37087

Ribbon Cuttings are sponsored by Edward Jones-Financial Advisor: Lyn Williams

Provision Health Solutions Ribbon Cutting

Provision Health Solutions hosted a Ribbon Cutting on May 2. The ceremony was conducted by the Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce.

Provision Health Solutions is an in-home, non-medical care provider. Non-medical, in-home care services are designed to support individuals who need help with daily activities: bathing, dressing, cooking, cleaning, and transportation.

The goal of non-medical in-home care is to help individuals maintain their independence and live comfortably at home, for as long as possible. “Our biggest reward is seeing our clients not only maintain their health, but optimize their health through our services and remaining or regaining their independence,” stated Shan Ojehomon, Executive Director of Provision Health Solutions.”

Care needs rarely fit neatly into a standard package. The team at Provision Health Solutions starts with the needs of the individual and develops a personalized care package and plan.

“The hardest thing about starting a business, surprisingly, is STARTING. You don’t know what you don’t know until you get started!” Ojehomon said.

Pictured with Provision Health Solutions owner and Executive Director Shan Ojehomon is her husband, family and friends. Chamber Ambassadors and representatives are also pictured.

Ribbon Cuttings are sponsored by Edward Jones-Financial Advisor: Lyn Williams

Hallmark Homecare Ribbon Cutting

Hallmark Homecare NES Nashville hosted a Ribbon Cutting on March 21. The ceremony was conducted by the Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce.

As your Liaison, Hallmark Homecare facilitates a direct-hire relationship with independent caregivers who have the skills, credentials and experience that match your care needs.

“We realized being part of this company would allow us to stay connected to our community and continue helping families, which is a passion of ours. The heart of Hallmark Homecare is to provide safe and affordable in-home care so seniors and their family members can have peace of mind,” stated Jenelle Baily, owner of Hallmark Homecare’s local office.

Caregivers are fully vetted including background checks, professional reference and employment verifications. You make all the decisions regarding your care including the caregiver you select, the rate of pay, the hours of service and scope of care.

Pictured with Hallmark Homecare owners Brandon and Jenelle Baily is Director Melissa Miles friends, family & staff. Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Melanie Minter, Chamber Ambassadors and representatives are also pictured.

Hallmark Homecare services the Wilson County area, as well as North and South Nashville

Ribbon Cuttings are sponsored by Lyn Williams, Edward Jones Financial Advisor

Wilsons Outdoor Center Ribbon Cutting

Wilsons Outdoor Center hosted a Ribbon Cutting and Business After Hours on March 14th, to celebrate its grand opening. The ceremony was conducted by the Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce.

Wilsons Outdoor Center services Wilson County and the surrounding areas with full-service outdoor solutions. The outdoor business provides landscaping, pools, pressure washing, irrigation, fencing, outdoor furnishings and much more!

Business Before & After Hours are held monthly on alternating Tuesdays and Thursdays. These networking events provide a relaxed way for members of the Chamber to connect with one another. Member organizations may host these events, which bring together an average of 50-100 people, to showcase their facilities.

Life Between the Lakes Magazine donated a 1/4 page Ad in their publication to the event’s door prizes! Additional door prizes were provided by Wilsons Outdoor Center.

Pictured with Wilsons Outdoor Center owners Lisa Noble and Matt Wilson are with friends, family & staff. Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Melanie Minter, Chamber Ambassadors and representatives are also pictured.

Wilsons Outdoor Center is located at 10425 Lebanon Rd

Ribbon Cuttings are sponsored by Lyn Williams, Edward Jones Financial Advisor

Two Bronze Dogs Ribbon Cutting

Two Bronze Dogs hosted a Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting Ceremony March 1 to celebrate their new storefront. The ribbon cutting ceremony was conducted by Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce.

Two Bronze Dogs is a unique gift shop for pets and their people. Two Bronze Dogs not only carries pet supplies, but also nice gifts for the pet lover.  Despite the name, Two Bronze Dogs also caters to our feline friends. Owners Greg and Derry Malson also started a small charity last year, Friends of Bolt’s Rescue, that exclusively focuses on fundraising for small rescues and rescuers.  Two Bronze Dogs offers a rounding and/or donation opportunity in support of FoBR to our customers at checkout.

Pictured with owners Greg & Derry Malson are friends and family. Chamber President & CEO Melanie Minter, Board Chair Ja’Rob Coggins and Chamber Ambassadors are also pictured.

Two Bronze Dogs is located at 104 South College Street, Lebanon, TN 37087

Ribbon Cuttings are sponsored by Lyn Williams – Edward Jones Financial Advisor

Island Breeze Bistro Ribbon Cutting

Island Breeze Bistro hosted a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Tuesday, December 12, to celebrate their new location in historic downtown Lebanon. The ceremony was conducted by the Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce.

This Caribbean gem is set to officially open its doors this Friday, December 15. Island Breeze Bistro — where the Caribbean meets the South — is a homestyle meat & three restaurant with savory flavors that capture the essence of the Caribbean.

Pictured with Island Breeze Bistro’s owner, Darlene Webb, is staff, family, & friends. Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Melanie Minter, Chamber Ambassadors, and representatives are also pictured.

Island Breeze Bistro is located at 102 S. College St., Lebanon, TN 37087

Ribbon Cuttings are sponsored by Ian Isbell, Agee & Johnson Realty. 

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