Elliott’s Boots Shoes Sandals employee Brandy Nyberg, right, helps a customer find just the right fit during the business’ Grand Re-Opening Saturday, May 4.
Following a nearly year-long relocation, Elliott’s Boots Shoes Sandals had a very “Grand” Re-Opening Saturday, May 4, showing off a brand new store on the same 706 N. Campbell Station Road site where it first premiered 10 years ago.
Its brightly lighted 6,000-square foot facility was filled with customers who enjoyed the shop’s vast inventory, visits from brand vendors, free ice cream from Cruze Farm and the friendly atmosphere buyers have come to know since the Knoxville-based business opened the Farragut/West Knox County location.
Farragut Modern Dentistry opened for business at 109 S. Campbell Station Road Tuesday, May 7. Making up the staff are, from left, Jacqueline Robinson, benefits coordinator; Briley Herring, registered dental assistant; Ashley Rogers, office manager; Dr. John “Spike” Harrison, D.D.S.; and Mary Beth Roark, dental hygenist.
A new dentist has made Farragut home for his practice.
Dr. John “Spike” Harrison opened Farragut Modern Dentistry, 109 S. Campbell Station Road adjacent to Starbucks, Tuesday, May 7.
“We’re real excited,” FMD office manager Ashley Rogers said.
The dentistry provides same-day crowns, pediatric dentistry and oral surgeries on site using brand-new technology, she said.
With the same-day crowns, Rogers said FMD does not send off the crowns to a lab.
Katie Park of SouthEast Bank and Jonathan Dzermejko of TDS Telecom are heading up the Farragut West Knox Chamber of Commerce’s newly-launched Focus, Unite, Engage and Lead program, and were pictured at the group’s inaugural event Wednesday, May 1, in The Casual Pint in Farragut.
The Farragut West Knox Chamber of Commerce not only works to help its current members, it also is looking ahead and guiding the leadership of tomorrow through a new initiative targeting young professionals.
The program Focus, Unite, Engage, Lead grew out of the Chamber’s Board of Directors’ own strategic retreat planning event earlier this year, FWKCC president/CEO Julie Blaylock said.