Young is a managing member of Shelbyville Hospitality LLC.
The lucky winner of the drawing was Kathy Craig of Bedford County. She received a certificate for a two-night stay.
Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham will have 62 rooms, a conference room, exercise room, free Wi-Fi, internet, free breakfast and a swimming pool.
Reservations may be made by calling (931) 684-8343.
Danny Smith has been selected as a 2013 Tennessee's Road Team Captain. Tennessee's Road Team is a statewide highway safety program sponsored by the Tennessee Trucking Foundation. The Road Team's top goal is to create a safer driving environment and save lives on our highways by educating the drivers on how to safely share the road with large trucks.
The Road Team is composed of nine professional truck drivers with superior driving records and a desire to spread the word about safety on the highway. The Road Team Captains are professional drivers who take the message of highway safety all across Tennessee.
"Big G Express is honored to be represented by such a professional and safe driver. Danny has over 2.6 million miles under his belt during his 17 years at Big G and will offer great knowledge and experience as he shares the safety message across the state," says Kristi Seibers, Big G Express VP of Safety.
Danny and his wife, Carol, live in Shelbyville and have two grown daughters, Rachel and Anna Marie.
The Christmas Home Tour will be held Sunday, Dec. 2 from 1 to 5 p.m. Six homes will be featured.
Tickets are $15 and may be purchased at Carolyn's Dress Shop, Merle Norman, Heritage Realty, Heritage Jewelers and online at www.thebestofshelbyville.org.
More details are also available at the website listed above.
Contact Life Line of the Highland Rim is hosting Suicide Awareness Training Saturday, Nov. 17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Victory Baptist Church, 2200 N. Main St. in Shelbyville. The class is free to the public. To register, call Ellen Stowers at (931) 455-7150.
The training includes training, fellowship and a light lunch.