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What could be better than Thanksgiving dinner? How about Thanksgiving dinner YOU don’t have to prepare! (Or share with that crazy great-uncle who keeps calling you Champ.)

Our next monthly member meeting will be November 6th at 6:30pm, and it’s going to be a true feast- and open to the public! A great time to break bread and talk turkey with other merchants on the mountain AND potential customers just in time for the holidays.

We’ll be giving away a turkey, as well!

All-you-can-eat dinner at Siren’s is just $12, but tickets are limited. Pick up yours at Siren’s, Cutting Corners, Olive Bean Cafe or First Tennessee.

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The October 11th Home, Health & Beauty Expo was a great opportunity for the community to meet, greet and eat with numerous merchants from Signal Mountain. Check out pictures of the event below… all photos taken by Greg Forehand of Contemporary Portraits.

 

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Home, Health & Beauty Show October 11th – plus, more MBA fall news and events!

September 22, 2014

October 2nd – MBA Members business meeting 7:00pm @ Olive Bean October 11th – HOME, HEALTH & BEAUTY EXPO (open to the public) Enjoy some real autumn fun including live music, great food (by Siren’s) and chances to win prizes at the 2nd Annual Home, Health & Beauty Expo! Located in the Town Hall Gym on October 11th [...]

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Need Employment Help?

September 16, 2014

Looking for an office manager? Have a job position specifically for a high school student? Want to get the word out on a job opening that has become available? Let the MBA know and we can post about it right here on our website, or point you in the right direction. Bookkeeper/Office Manager - For any [...]

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Bachman Fall Festival set for September 20th

August 27, 2014

The Bachman Community Center is gearing up for its annual Fall Festival, September 20th from 11am-4pm. The event will be held rain or shine, and there’s something for everyone! The centerpiece to their autumn celebration is the Chili Cook-off, and teams are still being accepted to compete. First prize is $200, second prize is $100 [...]

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Balanced Fitness & Cycling Enjoys Grand Opening

August 11, 2014

Balanced Fitness and Cycling Studio enjoyed a happy and healthy Grand Opening ceremony on August 19th, complete with ribbon cutting, finger food and refreshing beverages. Members of the MBA, clients and friends were on hand to congratulate the team and tour the studio. The area’s premiere indoor cycling facility is located in the Walden Commons [...]

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September-November MBA Events Announced

August 11, 2014

MBA Members monthly business meeting September 4, 8:30am @ Mountain Arts Community Center Catch up on upcoming events like the Home Show (Oct) and Saturday/Sunday on Signal (Nov), while networking with other business leaders. Q&A for Town Council candidates Annette Allen, Chris Howley, Susan Robertson and Dr. Bob Spalding September 9 @ 6:30pm & Mountain [...]

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Two Grand Openings Set to Occur in July

July 8, 2014

The MBA is very happy to announce and extend an invitation to all members and residents to attend the Grand Openings of two local businesses. Signal Mountain Insurance has had a change of hands as Mel Tyron has retired and handed the reins to Andrea Goldberg. She provides insurance and financial services. Her office is [...]

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Signal Mountain July 4th Parade – Photo Slideshow

July 6, 2014

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Shrimp Boil a Delicious Success

July 1, 2014

The colorful umbrellas swaying in the evening breeze with crowds of people around them, was an indication of something going on at Siren’s Seafood Market and Cafe on July 1st. Breaking the mold regarding meetings, the Mountain Business Association held a shrimp low country boil and the community was included. The endless seafood buffet and [...]

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