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Business

  • What’s the SCORE? Millennials part of plan for business

    By Dana Peterka

    At a recent meeting, several business managers were talking about millennials being snowflakes.

    Also, I have a nonprofit client, in a nearby county, who is working to understand the behaviors, attitudes and motivations of millennials as part of their strategic planning process.

    This prompted me to do research on generational differences with a focus on millennials.

  • Hear how to make search engines work for you

    There are over 3.5 billion webpages on the internet.

    How do you get yours noticed?

    That’s what Introduction to Search Engine Optimization will cover.

    The free workshop, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 10, will be in The Roane Alliance at 1209 N. Kentucky St., Kingston.

    Jutta Bangs, director of the Oak Ridge Center’s Tennessee Small Business Development Center, will teach this introductory seminar in which those attending will be taught:

    What is SEO?

    What are keywords, and how to research them?

  • HARRIMAN’S REGIONS BANK on the move
  • Holloway heads up Y-12 Federal Credit Union office in Farragut

    Rockwood native Tim Holloway is the new branch manager at Y-12 Federal Credit Union’s Farragut Branch.

    Holloway has been in the financial services field more than 20 years.

    Prior to joining Y-12 Federal Credit Union, Holloway worked for a bank in Roane County and has served as a part-time Lenoir City police officer for five years.

    A 2006 graduate of the Louisiana State University School of Banking, he holds a bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Tennessee and an associate’s degree from Roane State Community College.

  • OUT to LUNCH: Tommy’s has lots of good eats

    Readers of my “Out To Lunch” articles may remember that occasionally I like to explore unique and out-of-the-way places to eat.

    I want to thank Hugh Willett, Roane County News editor, for suggesting an “Out to Lunch” adventure at Tommy’s Over The Hill Grill. It’s in the Stop-N-Shop, just off Interstate 75 at 16571 Hwy. 72, in Loudon.

    Many times we’ve gone by what I thought was only a Stop-N-Shop market. I never realized it was what we now discovered to be – A GREAT PLACE TO EAT.

  • RedZone Performance now open
  • Dollar General opens in Ten Mile

    Dollar General’s newest store at 9820 Hwy 68 East in Ten Mile is now open to offer area residents a convenient new place to shop for everyday essentials.

    “Dollar General is committed to delivering a pleasant shopping experience that includes a convenient location, a wide assortment of merchandise and great prices on quality products,” said Dan Nieser, Dollar General’s senior vice president of real estate and store development. “We hope our area customers will enjoy shopping at Dollar General’s new location.”

  • State may break employer tax credits record

    The Workforce Services Division of the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development marked a milestone in June after issuing more than $215 million of Work Opportunity Tax Credits to employers across the state.

    The 2017 year is on pace to be a record-breaking year for the tax credits program in Tennessee.

    During the first six months of 2017, the state received 162,795 tax credit applications and approved 83,385 of them, totaling $215,445,800 in tax credits for employers.

  • Conner a master examiner

    Laura A. Conner, county director for the Roane and Morgan County Health Department District, has been appointed by the Tennessee Center for Performance Excellence board of directors as a master examiner on the 2017 Board of Examiners.

    As a member of the Board of Examiners, Conner is responsible for reviewing and evaluating organizations that apply to the Center’s Award Program. The program recognizes local, regional and statewide organizations that demonstrate excellence in business operations and results.

  • Ribbon cutting for Superlative Harriman shop

    Superlative Vintage, a shop that specializes in vintage and retro merchandise at 426 N. Roane St. in downtown Harriman, celebrated a ribbon-cutting ceremony recently with the Roane County Chamber of Commerce.