Boling expands graphics business

Jesse Boling has opened Knox Graphics & Designs at Stonecrest shopping center, 10965 Kingston Pike.
Jesse Boling has expanded his graphics business with the opening of Knox Graphics & Designs, a storefront operation in Stonecrest shopping center, 10965 Kingston Pike, in Farragut.

“We are a full-service print shop,” Boling said. “We cater to businesses, corporate, towns, churches and individuals.”

The shop, which opened Feb. 1, offers signs for businesses, campaigns, yards, real estate, raceways and menus — and acrylic and foam signs. It also provides posters, banners, window decals, vehicle wraps and graphics, marine graphics, stickers, floor and wall graphics, labels, over-sized checks, flags, tablecloths, clothing and accessories.

Additionally, Knox Graphics provides logo and Web designs, marketing materials, flyers, postcards, social media posts, wine bags, Koozies, embroidery, business and loyalty cards.

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McKee: Real Soul Care physiotherapy ‘reduces pain’

Teresa McKee has opened a new Migun Therapy business Integrative Health Approaches, doing business as Real Soul Care, at 12744 Kingston Pike in Renaissance | Farragut to provide physiotherapy pain relief.
A new business has opened at 12744 Kingston Pike in Suite 201 of Renaissance | Farragut to provide a new physiotherapy, which Teresa McKee said reduces pain and helps with other medical conditions.

McKee, owner and coach, opened Integrative Health Approaches, doing business as Real Soul Care, Monday, April 2 — offering Migun Therapy to the Greater Farragut community.

McKee is founder and CEO of Real Soul Care and teacher and healer for Integrative Health Approaches. She explained “migun” is Korean for “beautiful health.”

“Migun Therapy sessions use an FDA-approved Class II medical device designed to treat many different kinds of pain, including those resulting from both acute and chronic conditions,” she said. The physiotherapy whole-body treatment “combines elements of chiropractic, massage, acupressure and far infrared heat therapy.

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business briefs

• Christopher J. Leonard, managing partner of National Intellectual property law firm’s Knoxville office, will take over as chief executive officer starting July 1. He will succeed Brian H. Batzli as National Intellectual’s CEO, managing director and chairman of the board.

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