TOP PHOTO: The Campbell County Chamber of Commerce’s 2nd annual vendor fair was Saturday at the JMS track in Jacksboro.

By Charlotte Underwood 

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

Everything from hand crafted candles and artworks to information about local charitable organizations could be found at the vendor fair. 

Representatives with the Christian Learning Center were set up at Saturday’s chamber vendor fair. Zach Lloyd, Stephanie Lloyd, sitting, and standing is Janet Henry.

According to Chamber Executive Director Missy Tackett, the event “went well with a good turnout.”
Multiple local vendors, nonprofits and individuals participated in the four hour event held at the JMS track from noon to 4 pm on Saturday. 

Robin Glandon with Community Health of East Tennessee Family Services Center was also at Saturday’s vendor fair. Multiple businesses were set up for the chamber vendor fair.

Tackett described the event as an opportunity for area businesses, organizations and individuals to showcase products and/or services. She said she was “grateful for the support of the community” and wanted to say thanks to all the chamber members and businesses for participating in the second annual event. 

The “hope is for the event to grow in size  each year. 

Left to right at the chamber booth is Rebekah Wasson, Brittany Vann, Chamber Director Missy Tackett and Emily Tackett. Booths set up for the second annual Chamber of Commerce Vendor Fair on Saturday.

“We’re happy with the turnout and reception and plan on many more vendors fairs to come,” Tackett.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 05/02/2022-6AM)