Farragut West Knox Chamber of Commerce continued its “mini-ribbon cuttings” last week at seven locations, including Anytime Fitness, 12572 Kingston Pike, to officially mark business re-openings under phased-in Knox County Health Department guildelines.
Preparing to cut the ribbon on Wednesday, May 6, is Farragut Vice Mayor Louise Povlin, center, who co-owns the business with her husband, Jay. Also pictured, from left, are assistant to the Town administrator Trevor Hobbs; Jane Jolley, Community Engagement director with Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs’ office; Anytime Fitness Front manager Rebekah Luhrs; Anytime Fitness Training manager Estella Nelson; FWKCC ambassador Tom Sharp; and Farragut Mayor Ron Williams.
BK Lash and Skin Boutique (inside Saah Salon Suites), 102 S. Campbell Station Road, celebrated its FWKCC miin-ribbon cut Wednesday, May 6. Holding scissors is owner Beverly Kobus. From left are Angela Bridges, FWKCC ambassador; Christine Dean, His Security marketing director and an FWKCC board member; and Beverly’s daughters, Melissa and Rai Kobus (holding sign). Not pictured are Povlin, Jolley and Hobbs.