Carroll County Chamber Notes

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History is Made

For the first time in tax history of Carroll County, more than $7 million was collected in Local Option Sales. The exact number is $7,045,627 and represents a 15% growth over 2019. 50% of all Local Option Sales goes to our schools and is divided on a per pupil basis. The remaining 50% goes to the Government entity where it is collected.

 “We believe the increase is due to increased shopping in Carroll County, and changes to how online Sales Tax is collected,” said Brad Hurley, President of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce.

 Shopping in Carroll County does make a positive difference for our Businesses, our schools, and our local Government.

 Carroll County Chamber of Commerce Legislative Briefing

The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce will hold a Legislative Briefing for State Representative Curtis Halford at the Carroll County Civic Center on February 12, 2021 @ 8:00 a.m.

If anyone plans to attend, they will need to contact the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce at 731-986-4664.

 LIFELINE Blood Services in Huntingdon

LIFELINE Blood Services will be in Huntingdon on Thursday, February 4th from 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. to accept blood donations. They will be located at Cash Saver at 20150 Main Street East, Huntingdon.

All donors will receive a free t-shirt.

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