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Experience Spring Hill to show residents where to shop, eat, play

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The third annual Experience Spring Hill event, taking place at Summit High School on July 13, promises to be filled with something for everyone, all while meeting the faces of the city’s businesses.

The Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce's most popular community event was created to allow residents of Middle Tennessee to encounter all the city has to offer, all while giving local businesses the chance to interact with the community. Experience Spring Hill showcases the city’s commerce to attendees in a one stop shop without the traffic, and admission is free.

The event, presented by Vanderbilt Health, aims to offer residents, both longstanding and new, a glimpse into experiencing the wide array of the businesses that serve the city. 

There will be plenty of shop options, from the Main Gym showcasing 80 celebrated vendors to Main Street, sponsored by Breezy Powerwash, highlighting several businesses in the venue’s prominent thoroughfare.

Foodies will be thrilled to eat. The Food Garden, sponsored by The Reserve at Spring Hill, is back with even more options and signature bites from local restaurants.

TriStar Spring Hill ER will sponsor the Kids' Zone, where families can meet kid-friendly businesses, and children of all ages can play at the fun activities on hand.

The highly anticipated addition of the Career Fair, sponsored by Williamson Medical Center, will introduce local businesses that are currently hiring with members of the community seeking employment. Experience Spring Hill will be a connector between the two, and organizers encourage those interested to have resumes on hand.

“We are excited to present to the Spring Hill community the chamber’s annual shop, eat, play event that allows residents to come support over 100 local businesses that make up this wonderful community we call home,” event Chairwoman Kathy Macrander said. “This will be the event of the summer for adults and children to enjoy a fun day together in one convenient location with free admission.”

For more information or for businesses wishing to take part in Experience Spring Hill, contact Rebecca Melton at 931-486-0625 or email rmelton@springhillchamber.com.

The Spring Hill Chamber’s mission is to positively influence our business culture to create a better Spring Hill. The chamber provides professional development, networking opportunities and support services for local professionals interested in building relationships and growing their business. In addition, the chamber serves the local business community by helping its members thrive while being a connector and trusted resource to the Spring Hill community.

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