Business Members

Be a Business Member

Be seen by the entire community. Promote your business. Post specials and promotions. The Lake Association’s new online community gathers all our residents in one place. And a Business Membership is the only way your business can be a part of it.

3 Membership Levels

Each level offers increasing visibility. Join the community and choose the membership that’s right for your business.

Standard Business Membership includes

  • A listing in the business directory including contact information and a description of your business.

Featured Business Membership includes

  • Featured position in the business directory including contact information and a description of your business.
  • Placement in the Home page Featured position.
  • A customized web page where you can add links, maps, pictures, menus, special offers and more.

Premium Business Membership includes

  • Premium position in the business directory including contact information and a description of your business.
  • Placement in the Home page premium banner program.
  • A customized web page where you can add maps, pictures, menus, special offers and more.

We look forward to seeing you at the lake! Alternatively, you can advertise with us at:

info@mylaketown.com

News & Events 1/28/2019

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FYI:  SCI-REMC is offering Fiber internet connectivity to our area!!  This is great news as fiber is the next generation in connectivity to the internet for residential homes.  They have a web site for joining up and it is very competitive to Newave or CenturyLink.   Our defined "zone" still needs more homes to sign up before the buildout phase will be added.  More details can be found here:  http://join.sciremc.com   

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Local News 4/25/2019

Franklin man arrested after luxury car, cremains stolen

A Franklin man was arrested after police said he crawled into the window of a Greenwood home and stole thousands of dollars worth of cash and electronics, a safe that had cremated remains and a luxury vehicle. Justin Don Allen, 18, 1199 Hospital Road...

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