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Weakley County Legislative Luncheon brings elected officials to UT Martin


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MARTIN, Tenn., March 27, 2014 ¬– WEAKLEY COUNTY LEGISLATIVE LUNCHEON BRINGS TOGETHER ELECTED OFFICIALS – Eighth District U.S. Rep. Stephen Fincher, 76th District State Rep. Andy Holt and Weakley County Mayor Jake Bynum offered updates and addressed current issues during the Weakley County Legislative Luncheon on March 27 in the Boling University Center’s Duncan Ballroom. Ronnie Price, president and CEO of the Weakley County Economic Development Board, also spoke, and Tommy Moore, Weakley County general sessions judge, emceed the event. The Weakley County Economic Development Board, Weakley County Chamber of Commerce, Tennessee Small Business Development Center and the UT Martin Regional Entrepreneurship and Economic Development Center hosted the event, which is in its 8th year. Pictured before the luncheon were (l to r) Chuck Thomas III, AT&T, luncheon sponsor; Ronnie Price; Barbara Virgin, executive director, Weakley County Chamber of Commerce; Stephen Fincher; Jake Bynum; and Landy Fuqua, director, UT Martin REED Center and Tennessee Small Business Development Center.



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