business briefs

• Honey Do Service Inc., handyman and remodeling specialists, will have a grand opening from noon to 2 p.m., Thursday, June 9, at 9355 Kingston Pike, Suite 9, Knoxville. Honey Do Service Inc. is a licensed, insured, full-service contractor for home or business repairs, installation and building needs. For more information, call 865-690-7772.

• Brent Lackey, an event planning professional, has been hired as event manager for Knoxville Civic Auditorium and Coliseum. Lackey has more than 13 years of senior-level experience in all aspects of large annual conference, event and expo planning. He orchestrates all details for events from planning through execution at KCAC.

• Philip Crawford was promoted to stage manager at Knoxville Civic Auditorium and Coliseum. As stage manager, he maintains the technical aspects of the theater and works with clients to create events. He joined Knoxville Civic Auditorium and Coliseum in 2014 as building superintendent.

• Jamie Cunningham was promoted to office manager of Knoxville Civic Auditorium and Coliseum. Cunningham has been with Knoxville Civic Auditorium and Coliseum for six years. She manages the front office, where she handles ad-ministrative tasks and more. She previously served as executive assistant to the general manager.

• Janet Stamper has joined CryeLeike, REALTORS as an affiliate of the firm’s North Knox-ville branch office. She brings more than two years of real estate sales experience. Stamper previously was affiliated with Coldwell Banker. She also was a paralegal.

• Joshalyn Hundley has joined First Tennessee as vice president and Community Development manager for Knox and Blount counties and Tri-Cities in East Tennessee. Hundley will facilitate relationships with community development and non-profit organizations within the region to identify lending, investment and service opportunities that contribute to First Tennessee’s Community Reinvestment Act strategic goals.

• Rhett Lankford has joined First Tennessee Bank Advisors as vice president and financial advisors. FTD Advisors delivers investment products and services and is part of First Tennessee the First Tennessee family of companies. As vice president, he will provide ad-vice and education on retirement planning, investment and insurance pro-ducts and services.

• King University Doctor of Nursing Pra-ctice Program in Bristol, Tenn., has received accreditation status for five years by Commission on Collegiate Nursing Association. The first evaluation was Nov. 16, 2015. Its next evaluation will take place in fall 2020.