Tag: Insurance Agent

Shop Local Feature Smith & York

  Only 12 shopping days left before Christmas! Smith & York looks absolutely wonderful for the holidays and has many items to help make your holiday special. Smith & York is one of the newest businesses in Columbia, TN's growing downtown district.  They are a participating business in Columbia's "Fa la la Fridays", a weekly event where shoppers can enjoy extended shopping hours. Leading up...

Record-breaking Shred Day 2019

Our 4th annual FREE Shred Day for the community was a tremendous success! We had more than 400 cars come through during the event, each with piles of paper to shred. We filled the on-site Shred-It truck to the brim with paper for recycling. Additionally, those visiting our Shred Day were very generous and helped us collect 621 pounds of food for The Well Outreach!...

February is Insure Your Love Month

We had a great time during our weekly Facebook Live today. We had the pups join us to help us remember that the ones we love are most important. For that reason and more, we want to talk about life insurance again this week as the month of February, "Insure Your Love Month," comes to a close. In recent years, Crowdfunding has become more of...

Valentine's Day with A Petal for Your Thoughts Flower Shop

Just in time for Valentine's Day, we are continuing our "shop local, support local" campaign with a visit to A Petal for Your Thoughts Flower Shop in Spring Hill. Owner Mrs. Pat Larson is about to embark on  her shop's 19th Valentine's Day! We couldn't be happier for her! We had a great time featuring Mrs. Pat and A Petal for Your Thoughts on our...

We love our local restaurants! Shop local with Jack of Hearts BBQ...

Local restaurants are a treasure! Jack of Hearts BBQ in Spring Hill is the real deal! If you are hungry for authentic BBQ, Jack of Hearts is the place to visit. Owner, Todd Masters, was a great guest for our weekly Facebook Live episode. He shared his heart for his employees and customers. He also shared his experience in putting in the "sweat equity" that...