Four new University Commons tenants announced

Fresh To Order, pioneer of the innovative, “fast-fine” concept to open first restaurant of its kind in Knoxville
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Yesterday, developers announced four new tenants – Fresh To Order, Blush Boutique, Great Clips, and Jersey Mike’s – had been added to University Commons, Knoxville’s first urban, vertical retail […]

By |April 24th, 2014|CHM LLC|
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    MEDIA ALERT: Cutie Patootie’s Selected to Host Next ORNL FCU Cash Mob

MEDIA ALERT: Cutie Patootie’s Selected to Host Next ORNL FCU Cash Mob

Founded by owner and single mom, Wendy Holloway, Cutie Patootie’s Repeat Boutique in Oak Ridge is the epitome of small business with its local feel, loyal customers and personalized service. The resale boutique has been serving the Oak Ridge community for just over a year, offering new and gently […]

BLOG POST: It’s Not About WORDS, It’s About ACTIONS

Have you noticed how much our language is changing? Undoubtedly, our headlong plunge into the digital and technology worlds has contributed greatly. I’ve noticed that the use of new words is especially prevalent in the world of communications, marketing and advertising where I spend most of my time. Although […]

By |April 23rd, 2014|Ackermann PR|
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    Dogwood Arts partners with Outdoor KnoxFest for Bikes & Blooms

Dogwood Arts partners with Outdoor KnoxFest for Bikes & Blooms

Bikes & Blooms, the “lean and green” way to explore the Dogwood Arts Festival’s annual Dogwood Trails is partnering with Outdoor KnoxFest for this year’s event which is scheduled April 26-27.  Outdoor KnoxFest is two full days of urban adventure for everyone from outdoor enthusiasts to those who simply […]

By |April 15th, 2014|Dogwood Arts Festival|
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    Proton Power to Present Clean Energy System for First Time at University of Tennessee’s Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy

Proton Power to Present Clean Energy System for First Time at University of Tennessee’s Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy

Proton Power, Inc. (PPI), the developer of a patented renewable energy system that produces inexpensive hydrogen on demand from biomass and waste sources and converts it into synthetic fuels and electricity, announced today that it will present its clean energy technology to the public for the first time at […]

By |April 14th, 2014|Proton Power|

Dogwood Arts to Transform Market Square with Art Festival

For three days in April, Market Square and surrounding blocks are transformed into a bustling street fair featuring local artists, live entertainment and performing arts, activities for children and delicious food vendors. New to this year’s lineup is a culinary demonstration by Melissa d’Arabian, host of Food Network’s Ten […]

By |April 14th, 2014|Dogwood Arts Festival|