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Trivia Night



Story and photography by Joyce Taylor

On the evening of April 24, Champy’s was packed with Murfreesboro Young Professionals (MYP) who had come out to enjoy the great fried chicken and tamales along with all the sides, including banana pudding and lemon ice box pie. They were also there to compete in teams of five for the MYP Trivia Night Trophy. There were also a number of “genius” players who could be purchased for $20/round to assist teams willing to pay for more knowledge.

Murfreesboro Young Professionals is a membership driven, non-profit organization aimed at creating a unique community for professionals to develop personally, professionally and civically by maximizing their individual and collective potential. They welcome 22 - 40 year old business professionals in the Murfreesboro and Rutherford County area to join them in order to grow their professional careers, network, socialize and give back to our community.

For more information, visit www.murfreesboroyp.org.

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