OUR AGENTS

 

Broker

Dale R. Kelley

dale@dalekelley.com

731-986-4408 office

I am a born and raised Carroll Countian.  My wife, Carlene Kelley, and I have three children and seven grandchildren.  All of whom reside in Carroll County.  I have been an owner/broker in the Real Estate business for the past 30 years.   I am currently in my fifth, consecutive, 4-year term as the Mayor of Huntingdon. I have had the opportunity to be a part of numerous positions such as but not limited to:  the Huntingdon Town Council, the Carroll County Property Assessor, and the Commissioner of Employment Security.  K & K Real Estate is here to share my knowledge and experience with you. It would be an honor to assist in all aspects of your Real Estate needs.

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Affiliate Agent

Jennifer L. Brinkman

jennifer@dalekelley.com

731-695-4868 cell

   My family and I are transplants from Holden Beach N.C. (40 miles from Myrtle Beach S.C.) My Husband, Paul Brinkman and  our two children, relocated here in 1992 for College.  Moving here has been one of the best decisions our family has ever made.  Huntingdon is centrally located to numerous colleges, medical centers and has all the amenities of big city living with the benefit of no state income tax, southern hospitality and a calmer pace of living.  I personally believe in my heart there is no better place to raise a family.  Huntingdon is truly a diamond in the ruff. I welcome the opportunity to help you and your family find happiness in our quite town of Huntingdon, Tennessee.

 

OUR COMMUNITY

Carroll County is one of Tennessee's top counties to watch in the near future. Its geographical location, work force and diverse industries make it a rising star among Tennessee's economic development hot spots.

Located halfway between Nashville and Memphis, Carroll County's location and rural setting make it a desirable destination for new and relocating businesses. Carroll County also has a diverse work force and the necessary resources to support new business growth

Carroll County: Growing Jobs, Building Futures

  • In 2009, more than 110 new businesses were started in Carroll County. The majority of htese businesses were retail

  • In 2009, a $2.8 million career center was completed, providing a growing work force with the tools need to support new businesses. The facility provides excellent training space for workforce.

  • Economic and Community Development

     

    Tourism and Recreation

    Carroll County's rural setting offers residents open spaces, abundant wildlife and a safe environment. But it also provides residents with many amenities and entertainment options that many rural settings don't have.

    The 500 seat Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center is one of the region's premier facilites for fine arts. The dixie has hosted Emmy award-winning actors Anthony Zerbe and Hal Holbrook, the New York Theare Ballet, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, and the Nashville and Memphis Symphonies, to name a few

    In 2008, Carroll County Watershed Authorities broke ground on the 1,000-acre recreational lake, making it the largest manmade lake in West Tennessee

    Carroll County's Relay for Life Events are among the best attended in the nation. In 2009, Carroll County North and South Relay for Life teams raised $224,551 to rank first in the nation for money raised per capita.