Bank of Putnam County hosts Home Builders Association meeting

John Story and Amelia Walker – Bank of Putnam County with Larry Suggs – Home Builders Association president

COOKEVILLE –Every company relies on its employees to run a successful business. This holds especially true in the construction industry when coordination of many aspects of building projects is involved. If you’ve ever been short staffed, you’re likely familiar with the delays and extra expenses that can result. 

The Bank of Putnam County recently sponsored an educational program for the Home Builders Association of the Upper Cumberland, and they shared strategies for employee recruitment and retention.  Today’s organizations must pay close attention to what their employees want to be able to keep the best people in their workforce.  Smart employers know that it is important to place employees in positions where they will thrive and be successful.

“Bank of Putnam County has actively supported the local Home Builders Association for over 30 years,” said John Story. “We believe in investing in top, professional organizations which produce positive returns for our community.”

The Home Builders Association of the Upper Cumberland includes contractors and other professionals involved in building houses in the following counties:  Clay, DeKalb, Jackson, Macon, Overton, Pickett, Putnam, Smith, Trousdale, Van Buren, & White.

For more information about the Home Builders Association, call 931-528-7472 or visit

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