As the official Visitor’s Center for Hardeman County, the Chamber is excited that residents and visitors will now have such constant access to information about Hardeman County.
“I’m excited to have completed this project. Our offices can’t be open 24/7, but our residents and guests need 24/7 accessible tourism information. This kiosk resolves that issue,” said Laura Hall, Executive Director of the Hardeman County Chamber of Commerce.
The kiosk was funded through a marketing assistance grant by Tennessee Department of Tourist Development. The Chamber would like to thank TDTD and donors for their support of the Hardeman County Visitor’s Center at the Chamber.
The kiosk includes clear water resistant holders to protect literature and a canopy to further protect material from the elements. It also includes a solar powered light to ensure visitors have maximum visibility at night.
The Chamber will host their annual Open House on February 14, 8:30 – 3:00 pm, and invites the public to come by and check out the kiosk and the Visitor’s Center inside the Chamber office.