The luncheon provides a platform for communication and relationship building

Cookeville – The Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber of Commerce will kick-off its “Signature Luncheon” series with a “State of the State” address on July 6 from 11 a.m to 1 p.m at the Leslie Town Centre in Cookeville.

Speaker of the House of Representatives Cameron Sexton, District 15 Senator Paul Bailey, and District 42 Representative Ryan Williams will present the “State of the State” address at the event.

“This lunchtime event will provide an invaluable opportunity for local business leaders, community stakeholders and government officials to gain insights into the current and future affairs that will impact our local business community and economy,” said Chamber President and CEO Amy New.

The luncheon provides a platform for communication and relationship building.

“We are honored to host this impactful event, bringing together our business community and our elected state leaders,” said Jay Albrecht, Chamber Vice Chair of Community Development and Legislative Advocacy. “This Signature Luncheon provides a platform for valuable information sharing and partnership-building, ultimately contributing to the betterment of our local business community and the prosperity of Tennessee as a whole.”

State of the State is sponsored by Enbridge. Registration is required and can be completed at or by calling 931-526-2211.

Tickets for Chamber Members are $20 and $25 for Non-Chamber Members. Lunch is included.

For information on other “Signature Luncheons” visit Send over questions in advance until June 30 to the speakers at

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