Traditions First Bank was established in Erin on November 30th 2000, the first community bank to be established in Houston County in over 60 years. Traditions First Bank was developed on the premise that a locally owned bank would better serve the area by preserving the banking principles of yesterday, while also providing progressive financial opportunities for the banking customers of today. In 2007, Traditions First Bank branched southeast to beautiful, historic Dickson County. In 2017, Traditions First Bank opened a branch in on Donelson Parkway in Dover.
Cary and Amy own and operate Rye’s Automotive Body Shop. They have been at their location for more than 14 years and have over 35 years’ experience in the body/paint shop business.
First Financial Bank provides personal banking, investment banking, agriculture, commercial and consumer loans, fixed and variable mortgage loans, lines of credit, corporate cash management services, telephone and online banking with bill pay (including account alerts and a personal finance management product).
TEC is a proud corporate citizen of Houston County and has served this community since 1982. TEC provides internet and voice service to nearly 4,000 residential and business customers in Erin, Cumberland City, Stewart, Tennessee Ridge, Henry, Dover, Waverly, and Clarksville. TEC’s eleven local employees provide truly dedicated service to our customers. With additional fiber internet construction currently underway, TEC plans to add services from the Danville community up to Kentucky Lake. TEC supports a number of local groups and events, including Houston County High School Athletics (Boys & Girls Basketball, Football, Baseball, and Golf teams, and Cheerleaders), the Houston County Relay For Life, the Erin Rotary Club Golf Scramble, the Tennessee Kidney Foundation, Erin Elementary School Teacher Appreciation Week, and the Erin Elementary and Tennessee Ridge Elementary Career Days. We are honored to be recognized as the Houston County Chamber’s Business of the Month and look forward to many more years of service to the Houston County area.