Chamber of Commerce

Eye Centers of Tennessee Open House

We are excited to announce that Eye Centers of Tennessee of Pikeville will hold an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony Monday, June 20th. From 11 to 1 p.m., people are invited to come tour the...

Tennessee Great Valley Cruising Tour

Gov. Bill Lee State of the State Address

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Today, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee delivered his third State of the State address and presented budget and legislative priorities to a joint session of the General Assembly. In...

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The beauty throughout Bledsoe County can not be measured through numbers; the small-town charm can be found in local shops & restaurants, community-wide events, and in the people that live in it. Here in Bledsoe County, people are more than just a number—they are family, friends, and neighbors.

We, as the Pikeville-Bledsoe County Chamber of Commerce, are dedicated to improving our community, businesses, and the lives of people within it.

If you are interested in joining the Chamber—whether it be an individual or business membership—we would love for you to! Click the button below for more information, the membership application, and a list of current members. 

The Pikeville-Bledsoe County Chamber of Commerce is offering two (2) $1,000 scholarships to graduating high school students in Bledsoe County (public, private, and home school). Click the button below for more details and the deadline date.

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The Tennessee Business Relief Program

announced by Gov. Lee on June 2, 2020, will make $200 million available to small businesses within the state that were forced to close due to the COVID-19 pandemic initially.  It may be expanded to include other for-profit and nonprofit businesses in the future.  Below is a list of businesses that are eligible.  I have also included a link to the Tennessee Department of Revenue’s website as it appears they will be administering the program.  It appears that this is a developing program and more information will be released in the upcoming days/weeks.   Please find attached the link to the Dept of Revenue’s website for FAQ:



Commissioner Mark Ezell, TN Department of Tourist Development and the lead on the TN Economic Recovery Group is asking that each of you complete the survey below.  This should only take a few minutes and will provide valuable insight to the ERG and their efforts to safely reopen our economy.

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Restaurants, Lodging, Education, Recreation, Churches

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(423) 447-2791




PO Box 205, Pikeville, Tn. 37367

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