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Nolensville Chamber votes to join Williamson County Chamber

Nolensville Chamber votes to join Williamson County ChamberNolensville Chamber of Commerce members recently voted to dissolve the organization in order to transfer to the Williamson County Chamber of Commerce, which was established in 2012 by the unification of the three largest chambers in the county.

In June the Nolensville Chamber of Commerce voted during a special called membership meeting to dissolve the organization," explained Angela Votta, a board member of the Nolensville Chamber, who is assisting with the dissolution process. "The vote was unanimous. The members took this step because we felt it was advantageous for us to be part of the county-wide chamber, which will provide us access to more programs, offerings and networking opportunities."

Representatives of the Nolensville Chamber provided input and participated throughout the unification process of the three larger Williamson County chambers, Votta explained.

"We welcome all business professionals from the Nolensville area to join the county-wide chamber and become active participants in the many events, committees and other educational and relationship-building opportunities that are offered," said Matt Largen, president and CEO. "The Williamson County Chamber is eager to extend its resources to the
Nolensville business community and the committed leaders who live and work there."

"Our local business members and companies look forward to participating with the Williamson County Chamber in the new business council to support and help grow the community and serve the local residents,” Votta said.

Also at the June Nolensville Chamber meeting, the members voted on how to disburse any unused funds left in the organization's budget.

We are happy that any funds remaining in the Nolensville Chamber budget will be used locally to support our wonderful schools," Votta explained. "We hope these funds will be of great benefit to the three existing Nolensville schools and to the new high school, once it is completed.”

Posted on: 7/29/2013


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