U.S. Cellular is partnering with comedian and filmmaker Mark Malkoff to create the “U.S. Cellular No Phone Challenge,” a social experiment to see what happens when an avid mobile phone user goes an entire week without their device.
Pilot presented a $30,100 donation to The Salvation Army on Feb. 4 for the money raised through the support and donations of Knoxville customers during the annual Red Kettle Campaign.
Move over, Cupid! In today’s high-tech society as mobile devices have become an integral part of our lives, mobile devices are doing more to boost romance around Valentine’s Day than even Cupid himself ever could!
Tom Catani has been named vice president of the national business channel for U.S. Cellular (NYSE: USM). Catani previously served as vice president of the Chicago-based company’s East Region, which is headquartered in Knoxville, Tenn.
The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra will perform Dancing & Romancing for the Clayton Valentine’s Pops Concert, part of the Knoxville News Sentinel Pops Series. The concert features romantic, recognizable Broadway tunes and will take place on Saturday, February 8 at 8:00 p.m. at the Civic Auditorium. Tickets range from $35 – $89.
Young-Williams Animal Center is offering low-cost spay and neuter solutions at $65 per dog and $45 per cat for all community pet owners in order to continue its mission to decrease pet overpopulation in the region.
D.J. Jenkinson was recently named by Premier Surgical Associates as office manager of the group’s Parkwest location.
Stephen Wills recently joined Foothills Weight Loss Specialists in Maryville as office manager.
The South College Professional Brewing Science certificate program will sponsor the third annual Tennessee Winter Beer Fest at the Laurel Valley Country Club in Townsend.
Proceeds from the event will be donated to the New Hope Blount County Children’s Advocacy Center.
Young-Williams Animal Center is reducing adoption fees this weekend, Jan. 24-26, in honor of the national “Change a Pet’s Life Day.”