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December 2016

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MVP to build $12 million facility and hire 70

Magnum Venus Products (MVP) announced today that it will expand its operations and build a new $12 million facility that will create approximately 70 jobs in Knox County during the next five years. MVP’s new plant in the Hardin Business Park will consolidate its current Knoxville operations and provide room for future growth.

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Buds matching donations to Dollywood’s ‘My People Fund’

Buds Gun Shop & Range in Sevierville, Tenn. will host a special fundraiser on Saturday, Dec. 10 for the Dollywood Foundation’s “My People Fund” to help local residents impacted by the recent Gatlinburg fires.  On Saturday, anyone wishing to make a donation can stop at Buds Gun Shop & Range (2270 Two Rivers Road just off Winnfield Dunn Parkway and Knife Works Dr.) and donate to the My People Fund. Buds Gun Shop & Range will match every donation up to $20,000.

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Senior Home Assistance hires Rick Laney Marketing

Senior Home Assistance of Tennessee has hired Rick Laney Marketing, LLC as its marketing, advertising and public relations agency. Rick Laney Marketing will help the company’s new ownership in all aspects of marketing strategy, branding, messaging, traditional and digital advertising, web development, and public and media relations.

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Smoky Mountain Brewery celebrates 20 years

Twenty years ago, Knoxville adored a University of Tennessee quarterback named Peyton Manning and a new local brewery opened inside Calhoun’s on Bearden Hill. Today, East Tennessee still loves both Peyton Manning and Smoky Mountain Brewery, which celebrates its 20th Anniversary this month with the launch of a new beer: Barrel Aged Imperial Stout.

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