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Copper Cellar will open 20th restaurant

In 1975, Gerald R. Ford was America’s 38th President, a game show called Wheel of Fortune made its debut on television, the movie Jaws was a big hit in theaters and golfer Tiger Woods was born. Knoxville’s iconic Copper Cellar Restaurant also opened its doors for the first time on March 8, 1975.

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National Enquirer Live opens this spring

National Enquirer, the crown jewel of America’s supermarket tabloid read by millions, is coming to Branson, Mo. and Pigeon Forge, Tenn. this summer in the form of two new, interactive family attractions – National Enquirer Live.

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Cross named CEO of Ancient Lore Village

Local businessman Tom Boyd announced today that Matthew Cross, of Knoxville, will be the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Boyd Hollow Resorts, Inc.  Boyd Hollow Resorts, Inc. is the business entity which will oversee the development and management of the planned $40 million Ancient Lore Village at Boyd Hollow® in South Knoxville.

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Ancient Lore Village at Boyd Hollow

Knoxville businessman Tom Boyd announced today that a new 40-acre resort with more than 150 unique dwellings and treehouses, a 150-seat restaurant, a 500-person meeting and event center, and a 1,000-seat outdoor amphitheater will open in South Knoxville in 2020. The $40 million project is expected to draw 200,000 visitors annually.

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