The Rail Yard Workspace opens in McKenzie

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Downtown McKenzie is now home to a modern co-working environment called the Rail Yard Workspace. The facility, which formerly housed Overflow Church, serves as a place where individuals can rent space to work either in a “drop-in” status or with a dedicated office. The facility is operated by the McKenzie Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

RIBBON CUTTING – On Friday, Jan. 22, community members gathered to celebrate the grand opening and ribbon cutting of The Rail Yard Workspace, the areas first and only co-working facility.

The Rail Yard is the first co-working space in McKenzie, Carroll, Henry, and Weakley Counties and offers members a business address, fast wi-fi, multiple seating options, a break area with free coffee, a color copier/printer/scanner/fax, and conference rooms for meeting with clients.

Membership options include “Drop-Ins” at $20/day, “Dedicated Office” at $250/month, “coworking 8-5” at $100/month, “Co-working 24/7” at $150/month, and “Student” access for $25/month.

Local businesses can also rent the conference room for $150/day or the conference/training room for $250/day.

For more information or to tour the facility, call Monica Heath, Executive Director at 731-352-2004 or email [email protected]

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