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Kathy and Brian Frankford, center, cut the Morristown Area Chamber of Commerce ribbon during the recent dual celebration of BK Graphics’ 30th anniversary and its new location at 6644 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. The company will host an open house beginning at 1 p.m. on Thursday, April 2.

B.K. Graphics celebrates opening of new location in Talbott

Posted on March 28, 2015 at 5:34 pm

On March 18, the Morristown Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting to kick off the 30th Anniversary celebration of B.K. Graphics at the company’s new location in Talbott. After Morristown Area Chamber of Commerce Chair Pete Barile offered his congratulations, co-owner Brian Frankford said, “It took everyone here to make it happen.” Barile told the crowd of B.K. Graphics employees, family and their guests he had personal experience

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  • Need a job? Call center survey participation first step to getting on major employer’s radar

    Posted on March 26, 2015 at 11:50 am

    Do you like to talk on the phone? Do you like to help people? Would you like to get paid to do these two things? Morristown Area Chamber of Commerce officials have indicated that two corporate call centers have expressed interest in moving to Morristown. One of the two is seeking more information on its potential workforce through an online service that will gauge the interest of prospective employees, according

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  • CC Belle clothing store about both fashion and experience

    Posted on March 22, 2015 at 1:55 am

    CC Belle offers a wide variety of colorful clothes and accessories, including its popular own line called Gypsy Marie. CC Belles new location is 1112 East Andrew Johnson Highway in Jefferson City.

    After the death of Amanda Swiney’s sister Crystal, Amanda was at a loss being without the one person who brought so much happiness and good spirit into her daily life. Crystal, more affectionately known as “CC,” had an unparalleled love for life in spite of the daily challenges her cerebral palsy and epilepsy created. CC’s cerebral palsy made it very difficult for her to have mobility. Her strength and courage

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  • AT&T launches Digital Life service in Hamblen, Grainger and Jefferson counties

    Posted on March 14, 2015 at 7:36 pm

    Celebrating the AT&T launch of Digital Life in Hamblen, Grainger and Jefferson counties at its College Square Mall store in Morristown are from left, Morristown Area Chamber of Commerce ambassadors Ralph Ozmun and Amanda Campbell, Chamber Chair Pete Barile, Regional Director Alan Hill, State Sen. Steve Southerland, Retail Sales Manager Steve Harris, State Rep. Jerry Sexton, Product Manager John Maddox, Asst. Retail Sales Manager Robert Pezza and Morristown Mayor Danny Thomas.

    A business affair joined the other morning activities on Friday at College Square Mall in Morristown. As mall walkers made their way along the concourse and vendors began constructing their Citizen Tribune Home Show exhibits in the midway spaces, representatives from the community gathered at the mall’s AT&T store for the official launch of its Digital Life service in Hamblen, Grainger and Jefferson counties. “One of the best parts of

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  • Greenlee celebrates 40 years with Dawson’s

    Posted on March 8, 2015 at 1:30 am

    Wilhemina Greenlee is congratulated by Dawson’s Men’s Shop owner, Hermann West. She has been an employee of Dawson’s for 40 years.

    To market, to market to buy a fat pig. Well, for Wihemina Greenlee, going to market doesn’t include seeking her next morning’s breakfast. Instead, it involves being surrounded by clothing and accessories from various merchants to be purchased for resale at Dawson’s Men’s Shop where she has been an employee for 40 years. It is also what she described as her favorite part of her job. “I do enjoy getting

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  • Buffalo Trail Pizzeria bringing New York pizza to Morristown

    Posted on February 28, 2015 at 6:25 pm

    Janice Swartfiguer stands behind the counter at the new Buffalo Trail Pizzeria. The menu colorfully decorates the wall behind her.

    New York style pizza is available in Morristown, via the recent opening of Buffalo Trail Pizzeria – “home of the giant slice.” The restaurant features a cheery interior, with bright orange walls in the ordering area and equally bright green walls in the dining area. The entire front of the eatery contains large glass windows that allow natural light to pour in, adding to the cheeriness. The eatery believes in

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  • Redbud Deli off to successful start

    Posted on February 22, 2015 at 12:04 am

    Celebrating the recent Morristown Area Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting at the Redbud Deli are from left, Chamber ambassador Cookie Larkin (ALPS Adult Day Services), Chamber Chair Pete Barile, Jessica Cameron, Leslie Pratt, Daniela Smith, owner Wallace Long, Andy Williams, owner Lisa Long, Chris Williamson, Chamber ambassador Amber Campbell (Life Care Center of Morristown) and Abagail French, in front.

    During his official greeting at the recent Morristown Area Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting held at Redbud Deli, new Chamber Chair Pete Barile confessed that although he eats there at least twice a month, he was unfamiliar with the back story of its founder and co-owner, Lisa Long. A biographical primer provided by Lisa, however, enabled Barile to educate the large crowd gathered in cheery eatery. Lisa grew up living

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