Chamber "At Work" News Brief 

Vision XXI: Looking back, it is time to look ahead again

Way back yonder in the 20 th century, a group of Dyer County civic and business leaders got together and did something worthwhile: they planned ahead for the 21 st century. They felt the need to build a broad consensus around a shared vision of what the future of the community could be.
So it came to pass that in February of 2001, after more than a year of meeting, thinking, talking, dreaming and planning, the community brought forth a written document called Vision XXI: A Strategic Agenda for Dyer County, Tennessee. The plan had a tagline that read: Today...Tomorrow...The Future.

(To view the original document in its entirety, go to and click on Vision XXI)

The Dyersburg/Dyer County Chamber of Commerce served as the convener and catalyst by bringing the community together during a series of open public meetings, run by an outside facilitator, to brainstorm ideas, offer suggestions, and ultimately to prioritize a list of action items to pursue. It is important to note that the Chamber was not trying to impose its vision of the future on anyone; rather, the Chamber sought to bring forth a collaborative, shared vision by encouraging community input and involvement.

There were six broad categories in the plan: Economic/Business Development; Education; Social Issues and Health Care; Government; Infrastructure and Transportation; Recreation and Culture; and Community Livability and Pride.

Looking back after 15 years, two things are readily apparent. First of all, a lot of what was just a vision in 2001 is now reality. Here are just a few examples:
  • Revitalization of downtown Dyersburg
  • An industrial spec building program to attract new industry
  • A new public library
  • An effort to promote community health and wellness
  • Support for the Port of Cates Landing project
  • A new Dyer County Jail
  • A new museum at the Newbern depot
  • A Dyer County Historical Society
These are just a few of the items that were envisioned back in 2001. So the first point is, the strategic agenda didn't just sit on a shelf and collect dust. Things actually got done. Good things. A lot of good things.

The second very obvious fact, though, is this: A lot of big things have happened since early 2001. The terrorist attacks of 9/11 later that year changed our world forever. Not to mention the ensuing two long wars, the financial and housing crisis, the incredible rise of the Internet and new technologies, the dramatic loss (and now the steady recovery) of our manufacturing sector in the United States, and a whole host of related events and trends that now combine to make the world vastly different than it was back in 2001. Closer to home, we've seen changes in the balance of political power in our state, changes in demographics, health care, education, and civic engagement.

All of which brings us to this rather obvious but important final point: It's time to have a fresh vision. The 21st century is just getting started. And a new generation of young, enthusiastic, dedicated local citizens are ready to join together with the veteran leaders to focus their eyes on the horizon, set the agenda, and help shape the next 15 years of life as we know and love it in Dyer County, Tennessee.
So, here goes. We are holding a series of Vision XXI community meetings over the next couple of weeks. We will dream. We will think. We will plan. We will chart our course for the next decade and beyond.

We encourage you to attend the meeting that best fits your schedule. Come as often as you like. Offer ideas for improvement of the community. Listen carefully to the ideas of others who seek improvement of Dyer County.  As a preparation for the meetings, ask yourself what significant changes have taken place in the past 15 years in Dyer County.  We will update our community timeline to reflect those changes that have affected us all.
When the process is finished, new goals will be set. We will have a shared vision. More good things will get done. And just as before, our vision will become our reality once again.


Main Street Fall Festival this Saturday

The Annual Main Street Fall Festival will be held on Saturday, Sept. 26 at the Farmers Market and the Downtown River Park from sunrise to sunset. The Dyersburg/Dyer County Chamber of Commerce and its Main Street Program of Downtown Development are focused on presenting a quality festival for the community to enjoy in the Historic Downtown District.

This year the spotlight is on live music, kid's activities and community involvement. Dot Foods is sponsoring a full day of live music with local favorites like Jimmy Anderson, The Spindle Brothers, The Genre Band and Derek Wales all performing on the main stage at the market.

Come by the Rolling On The River Car Show sponsored by Omni-Tech and the Dyersburg Street Rod Association at 9 a.m. beside the Farmers Market to see all kinds of hot rods, classics, muscle cars, antiques, trucks, motorcycles and more.

Kid's Town will be opening at 10 a.m. with activities and stations like pumpkin decorating, face painting, a balloon artist, inflatable bounce house and more provided by Kid's Town sponsors Russom's CARSTAR Collision and Physical Therapy of Dyersburg. Kid's Town will also feature the Dyersburg State Community College Insect Experience where kids will have the opportunity to catch bugs and learn about them with Dyersburg State biology instructor, Kate Blinka.

(Photo) At 11 a.m., Matthew 25:40 will hold the 4th Annual Duck Splash duck race where hundreds of rubber duckies take the plunge off the Main Avenue Bridge and race to a finish line just off the rustic trail at the river. There will be prizes for all ages awaiting the ducks that cross the finish line first. Ducks are $5 each and can be purchased from Mathew 25:40 located at 432 West Court or online at

The events will be held at the River Park throughout the day starting with the kayak and canoe float trip, if the river conditions are acceptable. Before dropping the ducks for the Duck Splash, the Duck Calling Contest will be held at 10:30 a.m. where every participant receives a free duck call from Omni-Tech. After Duck Splash prizes are awarded, the Pet Show sponsored by Dyer County Animal Hospital will begin at 1 p.m. along with the Washer Pitching Contest. Later that day at 4 p.m., the all-new Sunset on the River Cornhole Tournament featuring a $500 cash prize for the winning team and concert featuring Derek Wales will begin. For you die hard football fans that don't want to miss their favorite college team, the market will feature two 65-inch flat-screen televisions sponsored by Cable One.

Ross Farms, the Caterpillar grill team, and Mike's Rib Shack will be selling food throughout the day. So come hungry, bring the kids and bring a lawn chair for a full day of food, music, and lots of fun at the downtown River Park on Saturday, Sept. 26. The day's festivities will begin with the opening of the Farmers Market at 5 a.m. and will conclude at 7 p.m. with the announcement of the $500 Sunset on the River Cornhole Tournament winning team.

For more information about any of these events, please call the Chamber of Commerce at (731) 285-3433 or visit the website,

Recent News and Events
Existing  Industry Roundtable 

On September 10, 2015 Dyersburg State Community College was host to the Existing Industry Roundtable.  DSCC showcased their Advanced Manufacturing program and attendees were given a tour of the Advanced Manufacturing lab.  There were around 30 in attendance, with representatives from the Chamber, Dyersburg State Community College, CAT, Sun Products, Tennessee Higher Education, Tennessee Economic Development, ERMCO, SRG Global, Tennessee College of Applied Technology Newbern, Dyer County Workforce Board, Nortek, Manpower, Marvin Windows, PolyOne and the City of Dyersburg.

Business Before Hours "Biscuit Social"

On Thursday, September 17th the Dyersburg/Dyer County Chamber of Commerce partnered with the Dyersburg Region UT Knoxville Alumni Chapter to host a Business Before Hours.  The "Biscuit Social" was held at The Lannom Center from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. that morning.  The UT Knoxville Alumni Chapter wanted to invite any and all college football lovers to join them in celebrating the start of football season.  

Precision Auto Body Ribbon Cutting

The Dyersburg/Dyer County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony at the grand opening of Precision Auto Body in Dyersburg on Thursday, September 10th.  Owner, Mark Hardee, was joined by family and friends, Diplomats, Chamber President and CEO, Allen Hester, and County Mayor, Chris Young, for the ribbon cutting.  Precision Auto Body is located at 110 Everett Avenue in Dyersburg.  For more information about Precision Auto Body and the services they offer you can reach them at (731) 285-1030. 

Cornerstone Wealth Management Ribbon Cutting

The Dyersburg/Dyer County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony at Cornerstone Wealth Management on Monday, September 14th.  Vondal Davidson, Cornerstone's financial advisor, was joined by his family and friends, Chamber Diplomats, and Mayor John Holden for the presentation.  After the ribbon was cut, Mayor Holden presented Davidson with a plaque commemorating the event and his new business in Dyersburg.  Cornerstone Wealth Management is an SEC registered investment firm, dedicated to making a positive financial difference for families. Cornerstone Wealth Management is located at 517 Lake Road in Suite B of Dyersburg.  For more information about Cornerstone Wealth Management please contact the office at (731) 478-6330 or visit the website,

Upcoming Chamber Events

Saturday, September 26th from Sunrise to Sunset
335 Clark Avenue in Downtown Dyersburg

Wednesday, September 30th from 4:00  to 7:00 p.m.
The Lannom Center

Tuesday, October 6th from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
The Lannom Center

Tuesday, October 6th from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m.
The Lannom Center

Wednesday, October 7th from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
McIver's Grant Public Library in Dyersburg

Wednesday, October 7th from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Oakview Community Center in Newbern

Thursday, October 8th from 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Bruce Community Center in Dyersburg

Thursday, October 8th from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Community Center in Trimble

Friday, October 16th at 10:00 a.m.
1130 Hwy 51 Bypass, Suite 10 in Dyersburg

Friday, October 23rd at 10:00 a.m.
110 North Church Street in Dyersburg

For more information about these Chamber events or any upcoming community events please click the "Learn More" button or visit our website,

  Don't forget to add your next event to the Events Calendar!
Member News

First Citizens National Bank & SDBIC
introduce safe deposit box insurance in Tennessee
Safe Deposit Box Insurance Coverage, LLC (SDBIC) entered into agreement with First Citizens National Bank, a full-service financial institution with more than 125 years of history and heritage in the state of Tennessee, to provide customers with the opportunity to insure the contents of their safe deposit boxes.
Through this partnership, First Citizens National Bank becomes the first bank in the state to offer this valuable coverage to its customers, which is the only insurance solution in the market that covers all legal property in a safe deposit box against burglary, robbery and other man-made catastrophes.  The policy also protects against all natural disasters, including earthquakes. More information can be found at .
" We strive to provide our customers with value added products and services to best manage and protect their financial assets and well-being," said Judy Long, FirstCNB President & COO.  " Partnering with SDBIC offers our customers an easy, convenient and affordable way to protect their most valuable assets. We are very excited to be the first financial institution in the state of Tennessee to roll out this beneficial program."
Safe deposit boxes are the best option for storing valuables and universally recommended by federal, state and local law enforcement and relief agencies.  Given the increased frequency and severity of natural disasters and other catastrophes, which no vault or box can protect against, it is widely recommended that box holders maintain some level of insurance coverage.
SDBIC's unique, patented insurance solution is specifically designed to protect those possessions stored inside safe deposit boxes, without compromising confidentiality or privacy.
  • No disclosure of what is in the box;        
  • No deductibles;
  • Box holder selects the desired amount of coverage, startin g as low as $25 a year;
  • Property added to the box is automatically covered up to existing limits chosen; and
  • Documents, wills, titles, deeds, photos and electronic back-up devices are covered.
"Our patented solution offers tangible benefits far beyond any existing homeowners' insurance policy, with the added advantages of confidenti ality, convenience and transparency," said Jerry Pluard, President of SDBIC.  "We are thrilled to be working with a leading and respected institution such as First Citizens National Bank."

Addition of Four Hospitals Makes Tennova One of Largest Networks in Tennessee

DYERSBURG, Tenn. (September 14, 2015) - Tennova Healthcare-a network of seven hospitals in East Tennessee known for high quality care-today announces its expansion westward with the addition of four more hospitals.
Dyersburg Regional Medical Center, Regional Hospital of Jackson, Volunteer Community Hospital (Martin) and McNairy Regional Hospital (Selmer) are now part of a system formed four years ago to enhance access and improve coordination of care for patients at all member hospitals.
Tennova is now one of the largest healthcare systems in the Volunteer State with 11 hospitals and more than 80 physician clinics. The network includes approximately 1,800 licensed beds, 1,700 physicians on the combined active medical staffs, and 6,800 employees, with more than 51,000 admissions and 300,000 emergency department visits each year.
"As a united network, we will be able to share our strengths, access the resources of other Tennova member facilities, and leverage our combined efforts to improve the delivery of care in our community and across the state," said Reba Celsor, chief executive officer, Tennova Healthcare  - Dyersburg Regional. 
Hospitals already in the network include Jefferson Memorial Hospital (Jefferson City), LaFollette Medical Center, Lakeway Regional Hospital (Morristown), Newport Medical Center, North Knoxville Medical Center (Powell), Physicians Regional Medical Center (Knoxville) and Turkey Creek Medical Center (Knoxville).
As part of a statewide network, hospitals have access to shared expertise and resources that improve access to care, physician recruitment and quality of care. Other programs and services are also part of the network, including affiliated physician clinics and emergency medical services. All network facilities are affiliated with Community Health Systems.
To celebrate the announcement with Dyersburg/Dyer County community, Dyersburg Regional plans to host tailgate events before the football games at Dyersburg High School on September 18
th and Dyer County High School on September 25th. 
Tennova makes it easy for individuals to access network physicians, hospitals and related services with one phone number and one website: 1-855-TENNOVA (836-6682) and
Hospitals in the network will be easy to recognize with new signage and an advertising campaign featuring the Tennova name and NFL quarterback Peyton Manning, the former University of Tennessee football standout who serves as the brand spokesperson.
About Tennova Healthcare
One of the state's largest health networks, Tennova Healthcare includes 11 hospitals and more than 80 physician clinics. The combined network has approximately 1,800 licensed beds, 1,700 physicians on the combined active medical staffs, and 6,800 employees, with more than 51,000 admissions and 300,000 emergency department visits each year. Regional Jackson is owned, in part, by physicians.  Learn more at

Brock Joins the Security Bank Mortgage Department

David Hayes, President and CEO of Security Bank, announced this month that Megan Madden Brockhas joined Security Bank's Mortgage Department.  Megan will be concentrating on further growth and development of all aspects in the Mortgage Loan Department.
Megan has been with Security Bank as a Vice President over 8 years focusing on Marketing and Business Development. She will be concentrating on FHA, VA, USDA-RD, Tennessee Rural Housing, as well as Conforming and Non-Conforming Conventional loan products and continue running the Marketing Department.
Megan commented, "I am very proud to grow and take the next step in my banking career. Security Bank has all the credentials of a true community bank and has been an amazing environment in which to work and learn. With a very impressive Management Team, Board of Directors, and staff, Security Bank has offered service to Dyer County and the surrounding area with local ownership since 1931, endorsing a customer first attitude with a serious commitment to personal service.  I am excited about the opportunity to serve my home town area's  mortgage lending needs  with an organization such as Security Bank, a financially sound institution standing strong in this time of economic uncertainty."
After graduating from The University of Tennessee at Martin in 2007, she joined Security Bank as their Business Development Officer.  She then went on to graduate from Barret School of Banking in May 2010.
Megan serves Dyer County through numerous organizations such as the Chamber Diplomats, Dyer County Fair Board, Kiwanis Club, Chimes for Charity, Finley Elementary's mentor program, ABWA, Feed the Need, the Downtown Dyersburg Christmas Parade, Women in Networking, and many more.  In recognition of her dedication to the community, Megan was named the Chamber of Commerce 2010 Woman of the Year, 2012 Emerging Leader of the Year, and 2012 Diplomat of the Year, and she received the Security Bank President's Golden Shoelace Award.

Megan and her husband Justin have one daughter, Liza Kate.  They attend Finley Methodist Church.  


Dyersburg, Tennessee (August 31, 2015)- Urgent Team, one of the largest independent operators of urgent care centers across the Southeast, is reminding busy parents of the importance of taking preventative health measures when sending their students back to school.

The beginning of the school year can be a hectic time for many families, but it is important to make sure children are up to date on vaccinations and physical checkups. 

"Being in close quarters and interacting with others at school can expose children to more germs and illnesses," said Dr. Sherwood, Chief Medical Officer of Urgent Team. "The flu shot is one preventative measure that can be taken to help keep your child healthy throughout the school year and reduce school absences due to the flu."

Some of the vaccines offered at Urgent Team include: Flu shot, Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis, Polio, Hepatitis A & B, Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Chickenpox and Meningitis. Our healthcare providers can administer required vaccinations for children 4 and up, excluding first time vaccinations. The flu shot may be administered to ages 6 months and older, regardless of first dose.

Urgent Team Centers are open late and on weekends, making it convenient for moms and dads who are on the go. In addition to vaccinations, Urgent Team can also provide sports physicals for athletes returning to school. For more information on our services or to reach out to your local Urgent Team Center please visit

About Urgent Team
Urgent Team is one of the largest independent operators of urgent and family care centers in the Southeast, delivering quality and affordable family healthcare at over 15 locations throughout Arkansas, North Mississippi and Tennessee. Urgent Team's convenient, walk-in centers provide a comprehensive range of healthcare services including treatments for injuries and illnesses, occupational health and wellness care. Urgent Team's online and mobile sites allow patients to find a convenient location and register prior to visiting a center.  Urgent Team's corporate headquarters are located in Nashville, Tenn.  For more information, visit

Southern Accent Chapter of ABWA Installs 2015-2016 Officers
The Southern Accent Chapter of American Business Women's Association recently installed new officers for 2015-2016. 

(Pictured left to right; Secretary:  Damaris Cook, Treasurer:  Wendy Smith, President:  Heather Balthrop, Vice President:  Jessica Harrison)

Balthrop says, "I am so proud to represent ABWA.  This group of professional women constantly demonstrates excellence, growth, integrity, and kindness in all areas of life and inspires me to do the same."
The vision of the Southern Accent Chapter of ABWA for the 2015 -16 year is to grow membership by 50 percent; to invigorate current members with fun and informative programs that present opportunities for participation & leadership and allow for professional & personal growth; and to increase visibility and involvement in the community. 
Many have begun to associate ABWA with the Girls' Night Out scholarship fundraiser event that the organization hosts each spring.  ABWA is very happy about that but wants to engage the community and each other throughout the entire year.  ABWA is doing that by providing wonderful programs for monthly meetings, developing fun ideas for a membership drive, and looking for new and exciting ways to share information. 
If you're looking for a group in which you can be an active participant who really makes a difference, contact Heather Balthrop at 731-478-7607 or Sandy Tarkington at 731-287-4278.  You can learn more by following the local ABWA chapter on Twitter or Facebook or by visiting

Dyersburg, Tenn. (September 21, 2015) - Tennova Healthcare hosted a tailgate on September 18, 2015 at Dyersburg High School to celebrate expanding its presence to West Tennessee and growing to one of the state's largest networks. At the event, the health network made a donation to Dyersburg High School, which was accepted by principal Kim Worley. Attendees met members of the Tennova Healthcare - Dyersburg Regional staff who were on hand to give away branded megaphones, drink coolies, and a tailgate prize pack. School cheerleaders also threw out Tennova novelty footballs to the crowd.

About Tennova Healthcare
One of the state's largest health networks, Tennova Healthcare includes 11 hospitals and more than 80 physician clinics. The combined network has approximately 1,800 licensed beds, 1,700 physicians on the combined active medical staffs, and 6,800 employees, with more than 51,000 admissions and 300,000 emergency department visits each year. Regional Jackson is owned, in part, by physicians.  Learn more at







Great American Shake Out

Join the City of Dyersburg as we participate in the 2015 Great American Shake out.
On October 15, at 10:15am, the City of Dyersburg will conduct an earthquake exercise. We encourage our schools, industries and citizens patriciate.
Dyersburg is located within the most active seismic region east of the Rockies. This area is known as the New Madrid Fault. 
Earthquakes that occurred in the early 1800's are regarded as the strongest quakes to ever hit the lower 48 states. 
Dyersburg Emergency Operations Director Mark Grant strongly encourages our community to be pro-active regarding quake safety measures. Grant also stated that after a major seismic event, there will be no public safety response.  The community must be prepared to be self-sufficient.
This is how citizens can participate in the drill:
  • Fasten shelves securely to walls, and place heavy objects on lower shelves.
  • Store breakable items in low, closed cabinets.
  • Hang items such as pictures and mirrors away from beds and anywhere people sit.
  • Brace hanging light fixtures.
  • Repair known defective electrical wiring and gas connections.
  • Strap your water heater to studs in the wall and bolt it to the floor.
  • Repair any large existing cracks in walls or foundations.
  • Store poisons such as pesticides and herbicides, as well as flammable liquids, on bottoms shelves of latched cabinets.
  • Identify safe places in each room (under sturdy furniture, against inside walls, away from glass).
  • Locate safe places outdoors (away from buildings, trees, electrical lines, and bridges).
  • Teach family members how to turn off gas, electricity, and water.
  • Teach children how to dial 911 in an emergency.
  • Have disaster supplies on hand (flashlight and extra batteries, battery operated radio, first aid kit with manual, emergency food and drinking water, non-electric can opener, cash, sturdy shoes).
  • Develop an emergency communications plan in case family members are separated.
  • Be prepared to be self-sufficient after the earthquake, as there will be no public safety response.
How can our schools, industries and businesses can participate:
  • Make your buildings safer to be in during earthquakes and more resistant to earthquake damage and disruption.
  • Check with your local building-regulatory agency to find out whether, and for how long, structures in your area have been subject to building codes containing seismic design provisions. Facilities constructed before adequate provisions came into effect may have structural vulnerabilities.
  • It is also important to know whether and for how long local seismic code provisions have addressed nonstructural building components. Nonstructural items include utility systems and architectural elements (e.g., light fixtures, suspended ceilings, windows, partitions), as well as furnishings, supplies, inventory, equipment, and other building contents.
  • Nonstructural seismic weaknesses can be as or more dangerous, costly, and disruptive as structural vulnerabilities. Any nonstructural items that are not effectively anchored, braced, reinforced, or otherwise secured could become safety hazards or property losses in an earthquake. Design and construction professionals are needed to properly secure some of these components, while others can be made safe by maintenance staff or other employees.
  • Conduct drills and training and what to do during an earthquake
  • Be prepared to be self-sufficient to treat injuries, trapped persons, as there will be no public safety response.
During an earthquake (indoors)...
  • Take cover beneath a sturdy piece of furniture or against an indoor wall away from glass that might break.
  • Stay inside! The most dangerous thing you can do during an earthquake is to try to leave.
During an earthquake (outdoors)...
  • Move into the open, away from buildings, street lights, and overhead utility wires. Stay there until the shaking stops.
During an earthquake (in a moving vehicle)...
  • Try to find a clear area away from buildings, trees, overpasses, and overhead wires.
  • Stop quickly and stay in the vehicle.
  • Once the shaking has stopped, proceed with caution. Bridges and ramps may have been damaged during the shaking.
Dealing with pets...
  • The behavior of pets may change after an earthquake, and they may become aggressive or defensive.
  • Leash dogs or keep them in a fenced area.
  • Pets may not be allowed in emergency shelters, so prepare an emergency supply that includes a several day supply of dry pet food and a large water container.
After the earthquake...
  • Be prepared for aftershocks. They may cause additional damage for hours to months after the main shock.
  • Help injured or trapped persons within the limits of your abilities.
  • Listen to a battery operated radio or television for emergency information.
  • Check on the elderly and disabled, or children who may need special help.
  • Stay out of damaged buildings!
  • Use the telephone only for emergency calls.
  • Clean up spilled materials.
  • Open cabinet and closet doors cautiously.
  • Inspect chimneys for damage, and be extremely careful when lighting fires in fireplaces. Chimney damage may lead to fires.
  • Check utilities for damage. If you smell gas, turn off the gas and do not use electrical devices (including telephones). Stay away from broken electrical wires, and turn off the main fuse box or circuit breaker. If water pipes are damaged, do not use the toilet and avoid tap water for drinking. Use your emergency supply, and melt ice cubes for additional water.
To learn more about City of Dyersburg Disaster preparedness, you can visit, and download the 2015 Ready Dyersburg magazine. 

Welcome New Members!
Cornerstone Wealth Management
517 Lake Road, Suite B
Dyersburg, TN
(731) 478-6330
103 South Mill Avenue
Dyersburg, TN
(731) 208-5011
Haddock Sports
9096 Valkrie Lane
Lakeland, TN
(901) 562-6341
Travis Haddock
9096 Valkrie Lane
Lakeland, TN
(901) 562-6341
Sunpoint Pool & Patio
575 Mall Blvd, Suite J
Dyersburg, TN
(731) 285-3411
Creative Kidz Preschool
1029 East Tickle Street
Dyersburg, TN
(731) 285-1362
RG Construction - Richie Gammons
2139 St. Andrews Cove
Dyersburg, TN
(731) 676-7211
Edward Jones - Chris Weik
1130 Hwy 51 Bypass, Suite 10
Dyersburg, TN
(731) 286-2106
White Squirrel Winery
4385 South Hwy 45 West
Kenton, TN
(731) 769-1713
LMS Inc.
345 Brewer Road
Dyersburg, TN
(731) 693-2604
Jave Cafe Green Frog Coffee Co. DBA
1130 Hwy 51 Bypass, Suite 1
Dyersburg, TN
(731) 285-2020
Cathy Hulgan Gifts and Interiors
100 Community Park Road, Suite C
Dyersburg, TN
(731) 285-5544
Healing Horses, Inc.
225 Parker Road
Dyersburg, TN
(731) 589-3000

ADP - Lacee Morgan
709 Jamestown Road
Dyersburg, TN
(615) 925-1573

Johnny Hulgan
Photography & Custom Framing
100 Community Park Road
Dyersburg, TN
(731) 285-7400
Tennessee Safari Park
618 Conley Road
Alamo, TN
(731) 696-4423
Membership Renewals

Dyer - Lake CASA, Inc.
Dyersburg Noon Rotary Club
Smith Reed Asset Management
Steel Fab Inc.
Taco Bell Of Dyersburg, Inc.
First Choice Medical Care
Holy Angels Catholic Church
Fettig Rental Company, DBA Hertz
Law Offices of Lannom Coronado PLLC
Roger Long Farms
Rough County Suspension Systems
The Highlands of Dyersburg
Willis Air Conditioning & Electric
Dodson Farms
A-1 Construction
Green Village Shopping Center
Hampton-Owens Properties 
Security Bank Mortgage Lending
The Clean Team Property Maintenance
Askew Hargraves Harcourt & Assoc., Inc.
Casey's General Store
Danny Dedmon
Dyer County Tax Assessor
Dyersburg Electric System
Dyersburg Family Walk-In Clinic
Dyersburg Save-A-Lot Foods
Dyersburg Trophy
Engineering Design Consultants
Inland Dredging Co., L.L.C.
Maple Ridge Assisted Living
NSK Steering Systems America, Inc.
Hester Farms
Thomas Construction
McDowell Center for Children
Royal Building Products
Bunge North America