City of Nashville

Chamber of Commerce

City of Nashville Chamber of Commerce

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Business Spotlight

Quality Shoe Store

Owner Shirley Chalker, employee Linda Gaddis, and shopper Jabin Specks buys a pair of “Sale” shoes as the business prepares to close by the end of the year.

Originally the store was opened in 1948 by Jack Rorex. Shirley went to work for Jack in 1957 when the store was next to Regions bank.

In 1973, Dale & Shirley Hamilton bought Quality Shoe Store & Budget Shoe Store which was next to the Town & Country in the next block South of the Quality Store location. In 1998 the couple moved Quality Shoe Store & combined with the Budget Store at the South Main location. Dale passed away in 2008. Since then Shirley married Benny Chalker & they are looking to retire after Shirley has worked / owned the store for 61 years.

The Nashville Chamber of Commerce wishes them the very best future as they look toward retirement. In the mean time go by & check them out for shoes that are on sale. Don’t wait as the current inventory is on the move!

Quality Shoe Store

Quality Shoe Store


Business Spotlight

Nashville's S&C Roadmart

Annie McDaniel & owner Cindy Turner serve great fresh food from the only locally owned & operated C-store in Nashville.  They are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week & have 20 employees.  The new facility was built 15 years ago but this business spot has been here for 40 years.  Steve & Cindy Turner have owned "Roadmart" for the past 6 years.  A great place to do business!!

Nashville's S&C Roadmart
502 Mine St.
870-845-2159

Nashville SC Roadmart

Nashville SC Roadmart


Nashville Chamber of Commerce

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Mike Reese, Director

 

The City of Nashville Chamber of Commerce has the responsibility of the economic well-being of our community - to preserve our business system, to promote business growth and development.

It is primarily an organization of business and professional men and women who have joined together to work for the promotion and benefit of our businesses and community. In our community as in every other area, there is a distinct need for an organized group such as the Chamber of Commerce, for there are problems and opportunities which an individual alone cannot possibly solve. By working with others, however, and pooling time and resources; accomplishments can be made.

In brief, the Nashville Chamber of Commerce is an organization through which the volunteer manpower of our community works effectively to make our community a better place in which to live and work.


 

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