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December 2, 2016

State’s top broker relocates

Erin Krueger Harris is bringing her record breaking The Erin Krueger Team to Middle Tennessee-based Synergy Realty Network. The new affiliation will be officially called The Erin Krueger Team of Synergy Realty Network, LLC. Read more about it in the Nashville Post: http://www.nashvillepost.com/business/people/article/20845240/states-top-broker-relocates

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Developers complete acquisition of old Nashville Convention Center site

“We are happy to close on the sale of the Nashville Convention Center which clears the way for the construction of the Fifth + Broadway development that will even more energy and excitement to the downtown neighborhood,” said Mayor Megan Barry. “This is a high-impact project – home of the vital National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM), residential and office space, and a large retail center that will further boost our economy by adding trend setting, destination retail that expands downtown’s appeal.” http://www.tennessean.com/story/news/2016/11/10/developer-completes-acquisition-old-nashville-convention-center-site/93615382/

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Healthcare hotbed: Nashville’s growth spurt lures national consulting firm

There are nearly 400 companies in the Nashville region that employ 250,000 people in all corners of the healthcare marketplace. Add in the relatively affordable cost of living and a vast talent pool, the conditions lead to continued industry growth. http://nashville.crains.com/article/news/healthcare-hotbed-nashvilles-growth-spurt-lures-national-consulting-firm

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Automotive conference puts state in forefront

The Mississippi Automotive Manufacturers Association hosted the 9th annual Southern Automotive Conference, Oct. 5-7, 2016, at the Beau Rivage Resort & Casino in Biloxi, Miss. The industry’s top talent and leadership came together at the SAC, known for being the premier automotive tradeshow in the South. http://msbusiness.com/2016/09/automotive-conference-puts-state-forefront/

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Your Highly Abridged Guide to the 28th Southern Festival of Books

No matter how you slice the 28th Annual Southern Festival of Books: A Celebration of the Written Word schedule, you’re going to come up golden, said the Nashville Scene in its preview of Humanities Tennessee’s 2016 event: http://www.nashvillescene.com/arts-culture/books/article/20835734/your-highly-abridged-guide-to-the-28th-southern-festival-of-books

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Court programs change lives for Nashvillians

Charitable programs pioneered by the Davidson County Drug Court Foundation are changing lives in Davidson County, and country music stars John Rich and Clint Black are working to raise money and visibility for the cutting edge services offered through the Foundation: http://www.newschannel5.com/news/court-programs-change-lives-for-nashvillians

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Universal Parenting Place creating change by helping parents

Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland has said numerous times the city can’t solve its violent crime problems alone, and on Monday he met with staff and parents at Universal Parenting Places, a free resource for parents in the city that is privately funded by the ACE Awareness Foundation. Parents WREG talked to believe the parenting place, known as UPP, can create change: Universal Parenting Place creating change by helping parents

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Clint Black, John Rich plan concert for court programs

Proceeds from “An Evening with Black and Rich” on Oct. 25 will go toward three Nashville court programs designed to help citizens escape and recover from drug addiction, human trafficking and prostitution: Davidson County General Sessions Drug Court, Cherished H.E.A.R.T.S. and Grace Empowered. http://www.tennessean.com/story/entertainment/music/2016/09/30/clint-black-john-rich-plan-nashville-concert-court-programs/91332188/

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CASA awards Tennessee advocates, needs volunteers

“To be able to provide a voice to those children, there’s just nothing that compares to that,” said Meagan Frazier, who was presented the Champion for Children Award yesterday at Tennessee CASA‘s annual meeting. TN CASA advocates for more than 5,000 abused and neglected children each year. Read more about how you can help in today’s The Tennessean: http://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/2016/09/20/casa-awards-tennessee-advocates-needs-volunteers/90710396/

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