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Greater Tattnall Chamber holds ribbon cutting for TCM Contracting
Front row (kids): Jim Gilder and Granger Gilder. Second row (l to r): Glenda Cowart, Bonnie Price holding Isadora Gilder, RPD Chief Stacey Wilds, Larry Calhoun, Blake Collins, Brock Guthrie, Charlie Hinson, Reidsville Mayor Curtis Colwell, Mike Silva, Tammy Wilds, Hailey Duke, Angie Duckworth, Christy McCall, Susan Thomas, Chelsea Lanier, and Nancy Ramirez. Back Row: Dan Bennett, Zuber Malek, Brandi Guthrie, Megan Allen, Charla Nail, Faith Freeman, Ken Figueroa, Jeanette Deloach, Martha Sanchez, Angie Saggus, Bill Kicklighter, Brad Anderson, and Sheriff Kyle Sapp. - photo by Sarah Smith

The Greater Tattnall Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting event for TCM Contracting Inc. in Reidsville on April 7 at 12 p.m.

TCM Contracting Inc. was created by Tammy Wilds of Reidsville, Mike Silva, and Charlie Hinson, both of Jesup, two years ago in Jesup. 

“I praise the Lord for Charlie and Mike,” Wilds said. “We prayed about this business for years, and the Lord just guided us to start this business in the middle of the pandemic. We have not slowed down since.”

They do it all — pre-construction, government facilities, construction, commercial retail business, post-homes, and custom homes. 

The business owners and members of the Tattnall County community are excited to see this business move to Reidsville.

“We thank everybody for supporting us in everything that we do. A lot of people here are customers of ours, and we appreciate your business. We appreciate everyone that has had a part in this business,” Wilds said. 

Greater Tattnall Chamber of Commerce President Dan Bennett spoke highly of the business and the work they do. Bennett also works at Bradley B. Anderson Funeral Home in Reidsville and has witnessed the fantastic work they have done for the funeral home. 

“We are very thankful to Tammy, Charlie, and Mike for choosing Reidsville as the home of their business,” Bennett said. “If you just take a walk through their building, you can see the amazing work they do. The work that TCM has done at the funeral home was high-quality and was done on-time.”

The economic impact of a contracting company will benefit Reidsville in more ways than one, according to Bennett. He is excited to see growth and more jobs become available in the area because of TCM. 

TCM Contracting Inc. is located at 289 B S. Main Street in Reidsville. Contact them for all your home improvement needs at (912) 536-5387 or Visit their website at