Chamber dinner-group

Several businesses and people were honored during Monday’s business appreciation dinner. Pictured left to right are Madison County Economic Development and Tourism Director and chamber director Tracey Gardner; service award recipient Karen Coppage; Ace Collision owners Phil and Ronda Cotten; Double J Entertainment owner Jon James; Inn at Meander owners Chris and Christina Seek; Bald Top Brewing owners Dave Fulton and Julie Haines; M.A.P. Drones owner Wes Cotten; and chamber president Amber Foster. 

The Madison County Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual business appreciation dinner Monday night at Early Mountain Vineyard.

Guests enjoyed a dinner of locally grown and sourced foods from Madison County Farmer’s Market members as well as Early Mountain wines. Music was provided by Double J Entertainment with décor by the Posey Detail.

Among the award recipients was Karen Coppage who was honored for Madison Day. Coppage spearheaded the one-day community event which had more than 200 volunteers completing 19 projects throughout the county. They included beautification of Main Street, renovations to Barbara’s House, work on the Hoover Ridge Concession Stand and various clean-up and renovation projects for homeowners in need. She plans to host the event again next year.

Also honored were Ace Collision Center, owned by Phil and Ronda Cotten; Bald Top Brewing, owned by Dave Fulton and Julie Haines; Double J Entertainment, owned by Jon James; M.A.P. Drones, owned by Wes Cotten; and the Inn at Meander Plantation owned by Chris and Christina Seek. Up next for business appreciation week is the annual business expo Thursday.

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