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Hospitality tour

Published 4:23pm Monday, September 10, 2012

The South Shelby Chamber of Commerce thanks Prideline Transportation for a productive day out in the field connecting with tourism and attraction stakeholders. Prideline is a new member with the chamber and hosted the event, enabling members in the hospitality business to learn more about one another’s business services in south Shelby County. The tour started at the Jeanette Niven House with stops at the following locations: The 1854 Old Courthouse, Karl C. Harrison Museum of George Washington, Shelby Iron Works Park, Morgan Creek Vineyards, Blue Spring Manor Bed and Breakfast, lunch at Johnny Ray’s BBQ and the Chelsea City Hall Museum. On the tour were Bobby Joe Seales, Marvin Copes, Gloria Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Turner, Anita Hill, Robert Reese and Mrs. Bonnie Atchison. For information, call 669-9075.

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