Williamson Business

Dr. Alvin Augustus Jones

CEO
Williamson Business
20206 Wyndchase Circle
Franklin, Tennessee 37067

http://www.WilliamsonBusiness.Com
615-716-2139
Karen Chronister
Karen Chronister
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Karen Leslie Chronister grew up in the rural, rolling hills of Pennsylvania along the Juniata River. She graduated Penn State University with a B.H. in Journalism and worked as a Public Relations Director, Language Arts Instructor, and Contractural Vol-unteer for World Vision, while raising two children. After opening The WordShop, where she takes a storytelling approach to marketing, Karen graduated from Spalding Univer-sity with an MFA in Writing (Fiction). A few years ago, Karen moved to her “wee writing cottage,” in Franklin, Tennessee. Now, she works, writes, travels, and adjuncts at Western Kentucky University.

As a Marketing Specialist at The WordShop: “You have a story to tell. Someone to reach. I build bridges, listen closely, and paint word pictures. The materials? Your Story. Your Voice. Fresh Ideas. Visuals. Compelling Content. Let’s create a clean, consistent, and conversational voice in your marketplace. This builds trust. And, I believe the right words cover the gap. When I help a dreamer (an individual, business owner or organi-zation) find the ones who need or want what he or she has to offer by painting a story in broad and fine strokes, that makes me happy.”

Fiction and Travel Writing Publications: Menda City Review, Bucket List Publications, BNT Touring Magazine, The Contributor, INSP (International Network of Street Papers), various trade magazines, and blogs.

Links:
Creative Writing & Travel Blog: www.karenchronister.com
The WordShop, Marketing & Business Writing: www.thewordshop.co

Contact:
Karen Chronister
P. O. Box 1544
Franklin, TN 37065

717-676-2602
Spring Hill Chamber Of Commerce

Mission Statement

The Chamber’s mission is to strengthen the economy of its service area through representing businesses and its relationship with the community. The Chamber will promote and educate its members to help contribute to their success. In addition, the Chamber will articulate and advocate the needs and interests of its members before legislative, administrative and judicial branches of government as appropriate and necessary.

5000 Northfield Lane, Suite 100
Spring Hill, Tennessee 37174
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http://www.SpringHillChamber.Com
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