Ribbon cuttings for Sept. 4, 2014

Ribbon cuttings for Sept. 4, 2104
Sep 4, 2014
Joining in for the ribbon cutting with the Lebanon-Wilson County Chamber of Commerce are Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto, Lebanon Mayor Philip Craighead, Sports Village owner Peggy Keel and staff members, including Jan Rubins and Gena Burgamy and others, along with chamber representatives.
Family, friends and staff joined owners Terry and Janyce Spurlock at the family owned business, along with Lebanon-Wilson County Chamber of Commerce representatives, including ambassadors, board members and chairman John Bryan, as well as Lebanon Mayor Philip Craighead. Free t-shirts were available to everyone who attended the catered open house, and Southeast Impressions awarded a number of door prizes.
About 50 people, including members of the Mt. Juliet-West Wilson Chamber of Commerce, joined Dr. Brad Altman and staff for the grand opening of the new eye clinic, Aprima.

 

Sports Village opens outdoor pavilion

Sports Village Fitness celebrated the opening of its new outdoor pavilion with a ribbon cutting Aug. 25. A day of grand opening activities was Aug. 30 with performances by Disney’s Coco Jones and well-known local band, the Blues Brokers. There were activities for children, including make-your-own ice cream sandwiches and a ‘Thriller’ flash mob dance, plus basketball contests for all ages. Joining in for the ribbon cutting with the Lebanon-Wilson County Chamber of Commerce are Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto, Lebanon Mayor Philip Craighead, Sports Village owner Peggy Keel and staff members, including Jan Rubins and Gena Burgamy and others, along with chamber representatives.

Southeast Impressions holds grand opening

Southeast Impressions, which offers custom screen printing, embroidery and promotional products, marked the grand opening of its new location Aug. 26 at 114 Leevile Pike. Family, friends and staff joined owners Terry and Janyce Spurlock at the family owned business, along with Lebanon-Wilson County Chamber of Commerce representatives, including ambassadors, board members and chairman John Bryan, as well as Lebanon Mayor Philip Craighead. Free t-shirts were available to everyone who attended the catered open house, and Southeast Impressions awarded a number of door prizes.

Aprima opens its doors

About 50 people, including members of the Mt. Juliet-West Wilson Chamber of Commerce, joined Dr. Brad Altman and staff for the grand opening of the new eye clinic, Aprima. The optometrist’s practice is at 1002 Pleasant Grove Place, Suite C, about a quarter-mile behind Cheddars Restaurant, and is open Monday through Friday. To make an appointment, call 615-773-7535. For more information, visit aprimaeye.com.

 

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