City of Nashville

Chamber of Commerce

City of Nashville Chamber of Commerce

Welcome to Nashville, Arkansas!


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.


2017 Chamber Banquet Awards

The Nashville Chamber of Commerce hosted the organization’s annual chamber banquet on Monday.

Alfred Neeley received the 2017 man of the year award. Neeley also accepted a special recognition award in memory of Lou Pryor.

Jodi King received the 2017 woman of the year award.

Charles Hubbard received a community hero award and broadcast over 500 Nashville Scrapper football games during his radio career. Woody Futrell also received a community hero award.

The family of the late Floyd Clark Jr accepted a memorial recognition award on his behalf.

Deb Kinkade received an above and beyond award for her work with the chamber of commerce and in the community.

Julie Rhodes received the Orange and Black award for being a great Scrapper fan.

The 4A state champion baseball team, state champion cheerleaders, Arkansas Grand Champion Livestock Show winner Sara Sweat, senior high band and senior high robotics team all received the spirit of Nashville award. Remodeled buildings included the Polka Dotted Pig, Sears Hometown, Amelia’s Picalily, and Cowling Title Company. New Building included James Eudy and Under Construction Company.

Incoming chamber of commerce board president Bill Craig recognized outgoing president Will Martin.

Outgoing chamber board members recognized included Jenny Westbrook, Wanda Carter and Dennis Green.

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