Service above self in the Scenic City.

NEWS

April 23rd Meeting: Phillip Fulmer- Former UT Coach (Guest reservations by April 20th)

Phillip Fulmer, a founding partner at BPV Capital Management, serves as part of the Business Development Team. With his ability to build positive relationships, superb leadership skills, public speaking abilities and "do the right thing" mentality, Fulmer is a great and unique member of the BPV team. Prior to joining BPV, Coach Fulmer served as UT Head Football Coach from 1992-2008 earning a record of 152-52. His .745 winning percentage ranks in the top five in modern college football history. During his tenure, he coached and mentored 18 All-Americans and 92 NFL draft picks. Fulmer won two SEC titles as a head coach and led his squad to win or share the SEC East title seven times.

April 16th- Vocational Service Day (Reservations Required)

Tour Sites
Convention Center (Fellowship Luncheon)
Noon
Meeting Rooms: 13/14/15
Chattanooga Food Bank - Presentation /Tour
(2009 Curtain Pole Rd.)
Host: Maeghan Jones
Chattanooga Convention and Visitors Bureau - Presentation /Tour
(SunTrust Tower, 8th & Market St. 18th Floor)
Host: Bob Doak
EPB Fiber Optics - Presentation /Tour
(Corner of Oak and Greenwood)
(Near the Chattanooga Zoo)
Host: David Wade
Life Force, Air Medical Svc Presentation /Tour
(975 East 3rd St.)
Host: Phyllis Miller / Robbie Tester
Southern Champion - Presentation / Tour
(220 Compress St.)
Host: TW Francescon for Bruce Zeiser
WTVC News Channel 9 - Presentation /Tour
(4279 Benton Drive)
Host: Mike Costa
Please attend your reserved tour site!
We have limited space available at each facility and lunches are ordered based on the number of sign-ups for each location.

April 9th Meeting: U.S. Senator Bob Corker (Guest reservations by April 6th)

In 2012, Tennesseans overwhelmingly elected Bob Corker to his second term in the U.S. Senate, where he serves as chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee and is an active member of the Banking Committee and Budget Committee. Bob was Tennessee's commissioner of finance and mayor of Chattanooga before being elected to the Senate in 2006, but he spent most of his life in business. At the age of 25, Bob started his own construction company with $8,000 in savings and a pickup truck, eventually expanding operations to 18 states across the country. It's that results-driven businessman's perspective that allowed him to make a mark early in his Senate tenure and become a pragmatic thought leader on fiscal and financial issues.

EVENTS
Spring Outing!
05-21-2015 12:00 pm
Category:  Meeting
Fred Decosimo Final Program
06-18-2015 12:00 pm
Category:  Meeting
Rowena Belcher Inauguration
06-25-2015 12:00 pm
Category:  Meeting