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Tullahoma is a diverse, well-educated cosmopolitan community with small town values. Located in the heart of southern middle Tennessee, we are centered approximately 65 miles from three major metropolitan cities, Nashville, and Chattanooga in Tennessee, and Huntsville, Alabama. Tullahoma is the hub in southern, middle Tennessee for aviation, medical, retail, and entertainment.
Over 150,000 area citizens look to Tullahoma for services not available in their communities. Tullahoma is fortunate to offer fiber-to-the-premise internet, phone, and cable services to every home and business through the Tullahoma Utilities Board. As the center for information and community development Tullahoma has earned the distinction as the Number One “Micropolitan” community in the state of Tennessee.
The Tullahoma Area Chamber of Commerce was first organized in 1921 and reorganized on April 1, 1950. The Signers of Charter: James H. Henry, C.W. Channell, Ray Davidson, Nat L. Washburn Jr., and Marion Richardson.
The Manchester Chamber of Commerce is a proactive, high-energy partner with citizens and government with an involved and informed membership focused on recruiting, promoting and celebrating business in the Manchester Area.
The Franklin County Chamber of Commerce’s Program of Work is comprised of support projects and services, leadership activities, appreciation events, development activities, and fundraising projects which allows Franklin County to progress and grow.
Nashville thrives with an ever-present creative vibe and entrepreneurial spirit. Its roots are deeply felt throughout the street art, creative culture and award-winning food. And that spirit extends to family-friendly fun, fan-filled football and unforgettable historical attractions.
Approximately 40 minutes south along I-24 from Nashville, Murfreesboro sits as the Rutherford County seat with the Stones River snaking its way right through the heart of this mid-sized city. It's also home to the state's largest college, Middle Tennessee State University which puts on some of the most entertaining sports games in the region. This city is full of history, family-friendly activities and great restaurants to fill a day (or more!)
Chattanooga is a sparkling jewel on the banks of the Tennessee River. It’s home to Lookout Mountain, Coolidge Park’s legendary carousel, the Chattanooga Choo Choo, Olympic rapids and ample greenways. It also has a spectacular downtown, world-class museums and bustling arts and shopping districts. It’s a little bit of everything you need and anything you want nestled in the Appalachian Mountains.
The high-tech city of Huntsville, which sprawls at the foot of a mountain in North Alabama, is equally at home in the 19th century or the 21st. Huntsville's tourist attractions reflect the heritage of Alabama's first English-speaking city, the strife of the American Civil War and the accomplishments of America's rocket scientists.
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