TOP PHOTO: Saturday’s Vendor Fair was hosted by the Campbell County Chamber of Commerce and Tourism.

Manning the chamber of commerce booth at Saturday’s chamber vendor fair is left to right Dena Miller, Kristi Stewardson, baby Ella Greene, Myranda Hoskins and chamber director Missy Tackett.

By Charlotte Underwood 

JACKSBORO, TN (WLAF) – The third annual Chamber of Commerce Vendor Fair was held on Saturday at the Jacksboro Middle School track.

24/7 Workout Anytime was among the 27 vendors at Saturday’s event.

Everything from hand crafted wooden benches and locally made artworks to information about non profits and charitable organizations could be found at the vendor fair. 

According to Chamber Executive Director Missy Tackett, the event “went great with a good turnout and wonderful weather.”

Melissa Cain, left, and Maggie Inscho, right, were at Saturday’s Chamber of Commerce Vendor Fair representing the Campbell County Children’s Center. The children’s center will host its annual auction on Thursday, August 24 at the Ball Farm Event Center at 6 pm.

Multiple local vendors, nonprofits and individuals participated in the four hour event held at the JMS track from noon to 4 pm on Saturday. 

“We had an amazing turnout with 27 vendors set up this year, and the weather couldn’t have been better,” Missy Tackett said.

Tackett said the event was started as an opportunity for area businesses, organizations and individuals to “showcase products and/or services.” 

The Campbell County Culture Coalition and Postmark LaFollette were represented at Saturday’s chamber of commerce vendor fair.
Left is local artist Heather Chadwell and right, Bradley Smiddy. The third annual Chamber of Commerce Vendor Fair was held Saturday at the JMS track.

She said she was “thankful for the community support and to all the chamber members and businesses for participating in the third annual event.”  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 08/21/2023-6AM)