An example of Hickman County being a fertile place to grow:
Nashville duo buys $7M trucking co.
A $7 million trucking business has been sold to two Nashville-area businessmen and their silent partner.
The 40-employee company, MPS Truck Lines, delivers perishable foods to Murfreesboro, Nashville, the Southeast and Midwest.
The buyers are Chris Huskey of Brentwood and Mike Buttarazzi of Nashville. Huskey and Buttarazzi have a silent partner, attorney Mike Keeney of Memphis. The price was not disclosed.
MPS was created by Bruce Magoon, a Centerville farmer and retired Air Force pilot. Four years ago, he assembled 25 refrigerated trucks and began delivery of perishable foods.
“It was time to transition to someone who knew this industry well,” says Magoon, who flew combat missions in the Persian Gulf.
For the complete article, read Nashville Business Journal
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