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• The Regions Foundation has donated $361,500 to 23 East Tennessee nonprofit organizations, including Carson Newman College, Johnson Bible College, Knox Housing Partnership, Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville Area Urban League, and Mountain States Health Foundation, among others.

• Food City introduces EZ-PIC paperless instant coupons. EZ-PIC is a paperless coupon advertised on store shelves and redeemed electronically at check-out when customers purchase the featured products during the one-month promotional period.

• Susan K. Ballard, ASID Director of Interior Design for Smee + Busby Architects in Market Square, has been accepted into the Cambridge Who’s Who Executive and Professional Registry, a network forum committed to recognizing a variety of outstanding leaders who have each achieved significant professional success. 

• Tennessee National, the Greg Norman Waterfront Golf Development, had a wonderful turnout at the recent Holiday Open House. Jim Gallagher of Pratt & Associates, who is developing the Cottages Community, said “I am sure that every person who attended our Open Day was very impressed by what they saw.”

• TradeMark Advertising has moved to Renaissance Farragut behind Season’s Café and Campbell, Cunningham & Taylor.

• Mid South Division of American Cancer Society welcomes Jeff Gary as its new Executive Director.

• Firstbank names three new vice presidents in Knoxville market: David Dunlap was named vice president of residential construction, Fred Pickell will serve as vice president of commercial lending and Dave Roach has been appointed vice president of commercial real estate lending.

•Trademark Advertising announces the addition of two new employees, Jolene Andrews as senior art director and Sarah Mills as art director, to its team.

• The University of Tennessee Medical Center welcomes Rhonda Campbell, registered mammographer to its radiology team. Campbell is one of six technicians in Tennessee to have earned Breast Sonography accreditation from American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

•Kinderdance International announces the opening of three new locations, Knoxville Jewish Day School, Music Makers in Maryville and Montessori School of Oak Ridge. Kinderdance is a nationwide fitness program that combines academic readiness skills with dance, motor development, music, gymnastics and fitness programs for children ages two to 12. In recognition of new locations, Kinderdance of Knox and Sevier counties are offering free dance and fitness demonstrations. For more information, call 865-573-0094.

• Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar welcomes Brent Shannon as its new chef partner. Shannon began his career with Fleming’s in Naples. Fla., as a prep cook. He was subsequently promoted to sous chef before being offered chef partnership in Knoxville.

 

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