Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace 25The Farragut office for Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace, Realtors is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.
Not all those years have been spent at the current Farragut location, 10815 Kingston Pike, but it was in 1989 when Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace, Realtors came to the Town.
The business brokers residential real estate, Claudia Stallings, principal broker for the Farragut office since 2010, said. “We help buyers and sellers in Farragut and surrounding areas. We don’t necessarily sell just by our immediate area although most of our agents live in or around the area.”
In addition to Knox County, the office also specializes in Anderson, Roane and Loudon counties, she said.
“We have about 70 agents who work out of this office,” she added. “... One thing that we offer is a marketing package for our sellers, and that includes everything from a mobile texting product and a Youtube video website to [still doing] print magazine because our print product drives our online product.” read more
Summit Express Clinic new location now openThe local Summit Express Clinic moved to its new location at 10820 Kingston Pike, suite 11, in Century Plaza near Costco and next door to Papa John’s Pizza. The Summit Express Clinic opened at the new location Tuesday, March 18.
“It gave us a little bit more visibility and accessibility with a heavily trafficked area there at the Kingston Pike location,” Jennifer Burke, Summit Medical Group corporate communications director, said. “... So I think for convenience and accessibility, it was a good location for us to move to.”
The clinic was previously located at 11416 Grigsby Chapel Road, at the corner of Grigsby Chapel Road and Campbell Station Road, Burke said.
Summit Express Clinic is an urgent care business, which provides patients treatment for sinusitis, nausea, allergies, vomiting, sore throats, skin rashes, earaches, flu, cold and bronchitis, she said.
“We have an on-site laboratory and X-ray, so we can do sprains, fractures to some stitches,” she said. “Urinary tract problems, we do sports physicals, those types of issues.” read more
business briefs• Dave Roach has been named vice president and commercial lender for Knoxville market of First National Bank.
• Town of Farragut now is accepting applications from members of the community who wish to serve on one of Farragut’s advisory committees, councils and boards. Completed applications must be returned to the Town Hall by Friday, May 16. This June, the Board of Mayor and Aldermen will appoint citizens to the following committees, councils and boards: Arts Council, Beautification Committee, Board of Plumbing and Gas/Mechanical Examiners, Board of Zoning Appeals, Folklife Museum Committee, Knox County Education Relations Committee, Parks and Athletics Council, Personnel Committee, Stormwater Advisory Committee and Visual Resources Review Board. The Board of Mayor and Aldermen will begin the committee selection process at their stated meetings in June. read more