Members of the Premier Parking staff joined with hundreds of other people from all over the state during the 38th annual Tennessee Prayer Breakfast. The breakfast took place April 17, at Allen Arena on the Lipscomb University campus. Formerly known as the Governor’s Prayer Breakfast, the gathering of local and state officials, along with other members of the general public is Tennessee’s version of the National Prayer Breakfast.

Premier Parking President, Ryan Chapman and Vice President William Clay both attended graduate school at Lipscomb University. “Ryan and I are happy to be able to give back to the institution in such a big way,” stated Clay. “The prayer breakfast was a great opportunity to get out and show our support for the state’s lawmakers.”

The prayer breakfast is held each year before the Tennessee General Assembly goes into session. Business owners and ministry leaders are amongst some of the attendees who join together with elected officials to provide encouragement and support for the state’s legislators through prayer. The event featured special speaker, Phil Vischer, creator of the popular Veggie Tales series and also included a special musical performance by The Nashville Choir. Every year the Tennessee Prayer Breakfast continues to draw large crowds from all over the state. Premier Parking is continuously looking for ways to support growth and development in the state of Tennessee. Their involvement in the Tennessee Prayer Breakfast is just a part of their ongoing efforts to do good work by connecting with members of the state and local communities. Full news coverage of the event can be found at News Channel 5. For moreinformation about Premier Parking, their service in the community and parking management solutions contact them at, 615-238-2250.