The Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce recently hosted an event honoring the business of the year. Photos courtesy of Frozen in Time Photography

Spring Hill Sports Live has distinguished itself as a high quality HS Sport livestreaming service, according to the SH Chamber. After relocating to Spring Hill last year, owner B.J. Harris quickly worked to bring a unique, professionally produced service he developed in Girard, to SH community. This year they expanded service to three other local communities.

Pictured here are Paige Cuezze, 2020 chamber board chair, Grant Ewing, 2021 board chair, BJ and Leslie Harris and Kaden Carbajo of Spring Hill Sports Live, and Katie Casey of Crown Realty, 2019 BOY Service. TriCentury Bank was named runner up. Their staff attended by live stream so no photo was available. (Please note: Masks were worn at this event but removed briefly for some of our photos.)

Especially with the limitations of COVID-19 on gatherings, SHSL has offered an alternative viewing experience for fans both near and far away. The live stream program is funded through their advertising and offers local businesses a unique avenue to reach their audience. In addition to sports, SHSL also livestreamed the SHHS 2020 graduation, including a special honoring of those who were already serving in the military, allowing for unlimited spectators.
TriCentury Bank expanded from its original hometown bank in DeSoto to Spring Hill in 2015 and has quickly earned the respect of both individual and business customers. As one of the SH Chamber Community Champions, TriCentury makes a significant financial investment in the chamber every year. Both Shelly Coats and Dedra Albin, branch manager, continue to look for unique ways to impact the community.
In 2020 TriCentury worked with the SBA to write government disaster relief loans to small business. After listening to locals, they have developed a schedule to bring unique food options to the community several times a week by hosting various food trucks in their parking lot.