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The Tennessee Chamber is partnering with local businesses to go above and beyond the Tennessee Pledge. A three-hour optional online course is available right now where businesses can receive a healthy business certificate and an approved infectious disease plan. As the state gradually reopens, the
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Thomas Farms issued a Class 1 recall on their Thomas Farms grass-fed 80% lean/20% fat 10 count ground beef patties for possible E. Coli contamination, and Food City has sold a limited supply of the specified product. The recall affects 80% lean/20% fat 10 count
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The State of Tennessee will begin issuing payments to small businesses which were under a mandatory shut down or lost 25% or more revenue in April compared to May’s sales tax return. No details about the amount of payments or the timing are available yet.
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Two non-profits are teaming up to fight summer learning loss across Tennessee. This is an issue even more pressing due to the COVID-19 pandemic barring kids from traditional classrooms since March. The Bill and Crissy Haslam Foundation, in partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs in