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Wild Vine

6/11/2019

Latest Issue 6 19

6/10/2019

John Bailey Company

From Farragut High School, down to college at Ole Miss, over to an insurance company headquartered in Denver, Brandon Clarke has made his way around the country, eventually coming full circle. Moving back to Knoxville in 2005, he partnered with his dad, John Clarke, who purchased John Bailey Company in 1997....
6/10/2019

David Jones, CFP®

David Jones is currently a Financial Planner for Raymond James & Associates, Inc., Member New York Stock Exchange/SIPC. Starting as a runner at TIS Insurance Services at the age of 16, he went on to intern at UBS Financial Services his junior year of college, ultimately working in Private Placement and Alternative Investments...
6/10/2019

Jacobi Opens New Location

West Knoxville’s newest Chickfil- A location is now open for business. Operator David Jacobiawarded prizes to 100 “campers” following a 12-hour campout lasting from 6 pm-6 am. The promotion initially had over 180 participants, so a drawing was held to determine 100 campers and 10 alternates.
6/10/2019

Keeping it in the Family

Sense of pride. Mutual respect. Shared values. Trust. Collaboration. These themes emerged in all our conversations with the parents and offspring featured in this story about local family-owned businesses. No one regrets the decision to “keep it in the family.” They have all found strength in working together to grow the family enterprise...
6/10/2019

VIProfile: Dr. Malcom Foster

Dr. Malcolm Foster, Director of Cardiovascular Research at Tennova Healthcare, came to Knoxville to work at Baptist Hospital, which had “the biggest heart program in the city.” “I was given one nurse for a year,” he said. “We now have five full time nurse research coordinators, and we’ve done over 100 clinical trials.”
6/10/2019

A Stylish Renovation

The 18 month renovation at Brian DeBusk’s 11, 200 square foot west Knoxville home is nearing completion.

“It needed a facelift in a big way,” he said.

The project, which involved changing “every wall, every floor, every ceiling,” transformed the home from a traditional house with old world decor to a more open plan with contemporary style, industrial touches and a warm masculine feel.

6/10/2019

Southern Tequila and Taco Festival

6/10/2019

State of the City Address

6/10/2019

Editor's Letter

“Make new friends, but keep the old; one is silver and the other gold.” I think I first learned those lyrics at a Brownie Scouts meeting circa 1962, but they ring true. Once a year on the first weekend in June, I return to “The Mountain” to spend time with former classmates at St. Andrew’s School--now St. Andrew’s- Sewanee School--an Episcopal boarding school in Sewanee, TN.
6/7/2019

Spirit Awards

5/20/2019

Mark and Sharon Oldham

Married since 1984 and entrepreneurs since 1989, Mark and Sharon Oldham have been the owners and operators of Dancing Bear Lodge & Appalachian Bistro since 2014. They chose Townsend for its natural beauty and location.
5/20/2019

Paula Osborn

Longing to work in the town that raised her, Paula Osborn took the plunge and opened her own business. After spending most of her professional career working in Knoxville, Osborn was just far enough away from her hometown that she missed out on events that were important to her, such as volunteering at school events.
5/20/2019

Get Served

5/19/2019
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