• The Medical Device Industry • What Makes Bartlett Special • Lifestyle: Area Attractions • Business and Economy • 2017 BACC Membership Directory
A C o m m u n it y G u i d e 2017
Sponsored by the Bartlett Area Chamber of Commerce
A Community Guide
Mayor’s Welcome 4 6-20 The Medical Device Industry 22-33 What Makes Bartlett Special 34-55 Lifestyles 56-72 Business & Economy 74-88 Bartlett Area Chamber Membership Directory
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PUBLISHER John Threadgill EDITOR Suzanne Cunningham ART DIRECTOR Murry Keith PHOTOGRAPHY Marc Burford Amie Vanderford
Sales & Marketing Jerry Dupree Kathy Carl WRITERS Suzanne Cunningham Sharon Fryman Laura Gaither Debbie Gelineau Jason Sykes John Threadgill Derek Venckus
Cover photograph by Amie Vanderford
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A Letter from Mayor A. Keith McDonald B a r t l e t t , Te n n e s s e e
A GREAT PLACE TO WORK, LIVE, PLAY AND RETIRE
~ Mayor A. Keith McDonald
hank you for taking time to read this edition of the Bartlett Insights Magazine. We have a vibrant business community, and I hope you will do everything you can to support it. When you do business with the companies located in our city limits, you help provide jobs and funding for our schools. Over the course of our rich history, Bartlett has grown from a sleepy stagecoach town to a thriving farming community to an industrial business hub. Today, we are the 10th largest city in Tennessee with nearly 60,000 residents who make up our vibrant community life. Bartlett is consistently recognized by national publications as one of the countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most desirable places to live for the safety, opportunity, education and affordability it provides residents and their families. Many of them enjoy the big city attractions that make Bartlett an active cultural, recreational and entertainment center. But all can appreciate the unique small-town spirit which preserves and strengthens our community. I am proud of the accomplishments we have made, and Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m sure the best is yet to come. Bartlett will continue to be a city of choice where good people can work, live, play and learn. Bartlett is place where we can both educate our children and care for our elders from generation to generation.
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of Shelby County
How Bartlett Became its Epicenter
he story behind the development of the medical device industry in Bartlett and Memphis is one of innovation, entrepreneurship and a dynamic collaboration between world-class physicians and the creative individuals who could translate concepts into physical reality. It begins in the small town of Warsaw in Northern Indiana, moves to Memphis and then to 140 countries throughout the developed and developing world. And that sense of â&#x20AC;&#x153;can doâ&#x20AC;? creativity, entrepreneurship and innovation continues today, right here in Bartlett.
INDUSTRY IM P ACT O F MEDICAL DEVICES IN T H E MEM P H IS EC O N O MY
Exactly how big is the medical device industry in the Memphis economy and is it as dynamic as everyone thinks?
n the fall of 2015 the Memphis & Shelby County Economic Development Growth Engine (EDGE) commissioned a study to determine what impact the medical device industry has on the local economy. It had been assumed for years that the industry played an important role in the growth of the region, but there was no empirical evidence. However, there were certain established facts that helped justify this thinking, the medical device industry is one of the largest manufacturing sectors in Shelby County, its recognition by the US Department of Commerce as the largest single exporting industry in the State of Tennessee, that the industry possesses a large contingent of skilled professionals with higher than average wages, and the medical devices sector is prized by economic analysts as a â&#x20AC;&#x153;growthâ&#x20AC;? industry for the 21st Century. Taken anecdotally this was an impressive list of factors, but it needed quantifying.
The medical device industry is, indeed, an economic engine for the Memphis area and has the potential for ample growth.
The study by EDGE ended the speculation and helped define an industry that has a huge impact on Memphis and its metropolitan area. As a job maker, the industry employs about 7,000 people yet it is responsible for an additional 10,000 indirect jobs. The economic impact it produces annually is in excess of $2.4 billion and generates $50 million in tax revenues. The approximately 45 medical device companies in the greater Memphis area comprise less than Âź of 1% of the total number of business establishments but support 3.5% of the employment and 3.7% of its GDP. The average wages paid to employees within the industry are 65% greater than the overall annual average wage in Shelby County. For the retail and hospitality sectors the industryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s impact is substantial contributing over $1 billion annually to consumer spending. To put this in perspective the Volkswagen plant BARTLETT
in Chattanooga created 5,000 fewer jobs and half the total income. In addition the local taxes generated by the medical device industry are more than double that generated by the automotive plant and its auxiliary businesses. In a nutshell, the medical device industry is, indeed, an economic engine for the Memphis area and has the potential for ample growth. How did this very important and dynamic industry take root in Memphis? Where did the industry originate? Was it recruited by State and local economic development professionals or did it simply grow organically? And most importantly for the citizens of Bartlett, how did our community become the epicenter for the medical device industry in Tennessee? And how can we sustain this vital industry and help it grow? This Issue will delve into the industryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s history and provide a picture of how it all came about in Memphis. Prepare yourself for some very interesting reading!
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E A R LY H I S T O R Y O F T H E M E D I C A L D E V I C E I N D U S T R Y
In the Beginning
xperts within the industry agree that the development of a medical device cluster in Memphis was not orchestrated, conceived of, or planned…it simply happened. Yet to have a beginning you need a starting point or impetus. That push originated with two key individuals, a physician and an entrepreneur in the early 1900’s. Dr. Willis C. Campbell is viewed by many as one of the founders of modern orthopaedics. Born in 1880 in Jackson, MS, Campbell received his medical degree at the University of Virginia and set up practice in Memphis. His interest in orthopaedics took him to London and Vienna where he studied the latest techniques. He returned to Memphis and in 1909 set up his orthopaedic practice. When the University of Tennessee – Memphis Medical Campus was established in 1910, Dr. Campbell was asked to organize the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University. He established the first orthopaedic residency program, and co-founded The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) and served as its first president. His knowledge and influence ran so deep that he even wrote the first textbook on the subject—known as Campbell’s Operative Orthopaedics—which soon became the definitive work on the specialty, and retains that status even now with the publication of the 13th edition in 2016. Our story now turns to a small town in Indiana by the name of Warsaw. It was here that the world’s first commercial orthopaedic manufacturer was founded. Revra DePuy, a native of Michigan, and considered by many to have been a born entrepreneur, had clerked in a drug store when young and his interest in pharmaceuticals led him to earn a degree in
J. Don Richards
chemistry from the University of Toronto. After college he invented a technique for sugar coated pills. Later he worked as a traveling salesman and decided to settle down in Warsaw. It was here that he developed a fiber splint to replace the wooden barrel splints which had been used primarily by the Army to set bone fractures. In 1895 DePuy Manufacturing was born and the US Army soon became his biggest customer. When DePuy died in 1921, the company’s first sales representative, Justin O. Zimmer, offered to buy the company from his widow. When she refused to sell, Zimmer went across town and set up a competing business in 1927 and named it after himself. These two companies established Warsaw as the medical device capital of America and both are still giants within the industry. Richards Medical, The Campbell Clinic and Dr. John J. Shea
Dr. John J. Shea
The development of the medical device industry in Warsaw and the reputation of Dr. Campbell, the clinic he founded and his overall influence in the field of orthopaedics, helped set the stage for our next main character: J. Don Richards a Mississippi native. A salesman by profession, Richards just happened to be one of Zimmer’s top salesmen, in addition to being Justin Zimmer’s first cousin. He had a good grasp of the industry, and decided he could make a go of it competing with his employer and its arch rival DePuy. But instead of setting up shop in Warsaw he chose a location that had a strong reputation in medical orthopaedics established by the Campbell Clinic and where he could operate in proximity to some of the leading practitioners in the country. He also was married to Euna, a New Orleans native who strongly balked
Willis Campbell (center)
at the idea of living in northern Indiana. So Richards chose Memphis and in 1934 established Richards Manufacturing in a basement garage on Madison Avenue. This was the beginning of the medical device industry in Memphis. In the early years Richards Manufacturing, renamed Richards Medical, focused on simple orthopaedic splints and rib belts. The company benefited greatly from its association with the Campbell Clinic and expanded its product line often by collaborating with and using intellectual property of local orthopaedic surgeons. Another significant collaboration took place in the early 1950’s between a famous Memphis physician and an engineer at Richards Medical that resulted in a revolutionary medical device. Dr. John J. Shea met with Harry Treace on a Friday afternoon in his office at Richards to discuss creating a Teflon replica of a stapes, a small bone that rests against the eardrum and picks up vibrations, translating them to sound. The first stapes modeled by Treace was made from a bar of Ivory Soap. This was the beginning of Richards Medical move into the Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) medical device market. Harry Treace was a talented artist and designer and created the first compression hip screw, which became the standard for treatment of broken hips. Treace became the president and sole owner of Richards upon the death of J. Don Richards. The Shea/Richards collaboration began an unprecedented period of innovation which resulted in revolutionary advances in otology, including and most BARTLETT
notably, the stapedectomy operation for otosclerosis, a leading cause of conductive deafness. The operation is performed worldwide with very few changes to Dr. Shea’s procedure and firmly established Memphis as a hotbed of medical innovation. Dr. Shea performed over 25,000 stapedectomies during his career and the Shea Ear Clinic remains one of the preeminent centers in the world in performing this very difficult procedure. Dr. John Shea was also responsible for many other advances in otology, including middle ear prostheses, microscopes, drills and other surgical instruments, and intratympanic perfusion, a major advance in the treatment of inner ear disorders including Meniere’s disease. Growth and Acquisition – Smith & Nephew, Gyrus and Olympus In 1984 Richards purchased twenty acres in the Bartlett Industrial Park, the park’s first tenant, and constructed a 116,000 sq. ft. facility totally dedicated to the manufacture of ear, nose and throat products (ENT). In1986, Richards was acquired by Smith & Nephew, a British healthcare company and became Smith & Nephew ENT. By 1992, sales reach $25 million and doubled by the year 2000. In 2001, Smith & Nephew ENT is purchased by Gyrus Group forming Gyrus ENT. In 2012, Gyrus was acquired by Olympus Surgical Technologies America which recently broke ground in Bartlett for a new $12 million facility. The two-story 110,000 sq. ft. service and distribution center will be completed this year and add more than 280 new employees.
Willis Campbell’s 60th birthday celebration
The orthopedic branch of Richards was also purchased by Smith & Nephew, becoming Smith & Nephew Orthopaedics with five manufacturing, research and distribution facilities located in the Memphis area. Wright for Memphis Frank O. Wright was another key character instrumental in the history of the orthopaedic industry in Memphis. A salesman for Richards Medical, Frank came up with an idea to lessen back pain for people walking in leg casts. In 1950 Wright created and marketed his “all rubber walking heels” for leg casts. His company, Wright Manufacturing, quickly grew and moved to Arlington in 1970. In the following decade a new line of implants, featuring an exciting new technology, silicone, was introduced for the small joints of the fingers and toes. Dow Corning purchased Wright in 1977, two years after Frank’s death, and renamed it Dow Corning Wright. In 1986 Dow formed a plastic surgery division and added breast implants as a new product line. In 1990 Wright introduced the Whiteside Modular Knee, BARTLETT
named after Dr. Leo Whiteside of St. Louis, which became an industry breakthrough. A class-action law suit against Dow Corning and its siliconegel breast implants prompted Dow to sell off the Arlington-based company and in 1993 it was acquired by a group of investors who changed the name to Wright Medical Technologies. In 2003, Wright Medical Technologies was the fastest-growing orthopaedic company in the country. Among its product lines are various devices designed in collaboration with local orthopaedic surgeons, one of which is an expandable femoral replacement prosthesis allowing noninvasive femoral lengthening in pediatric limb salvage procedures such as those done at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. As with most other orthopaedic companies, Wright has a spectrum of biologic tissue implants that supplement its robust product line. Wright continued to grow and acquire other companies and in 2014 made the decision to focus on its niche market of extremities (fingers and toes) and spun off its traditional hip and knee division to MicroPort, a Shanghai based medical device manufacturer. Wright relocated its corporate offices to east Memphis but maintained its manufacturing operation in Arlington alongside MicroPort.
Memphis Grows a Spine Industry Once again, the story turns to Indiana, and a company named Warsaw Orthopedics which manufactured basic products like pins and wires used in surgery. A partner in, and president of, Warsaw Orthopedics, LD Beard, lived in Memphis and commuted weekly to Indiana. Tired of the commute, Warsaw Orthopedics merged with a small Memphis company owned by Alan Olson, DANEK, the name a combination of Olson’s children, Danielle and Erick. Soon after the merger, DANEK was requested to produce a product for a spinal surgery by a hospital in Texas, creating a new focus for the Memphis-based company. In 1993 DANEK was purchased by a French firm called Sofamor and became Sofamor-DANEK. Under the leadership of LD Beard and Ron Pickard, a previous president of Smith & Nephew, the company prospered. In 1998, Medtronic, the world’s largest medical technology company, purchased Sofamor-DANEK. Now called Medtronic Spine, the company continues to dominate the spinal market.
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M E D I C A L D E V I C E I N D U S T R Y T O D AY A N D T O M O R R O W lthough multi-national companies like Smith & Nephew and Medtronic have an outsized impact on the medical device industry, creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship continue to thrive and positively impact the Bartlett and Memphis economy. One such example is Tony Prescott, a former research engineer at the ENT Division of Richards Medical. Working in his garage in Bartlett in 1995, Prescott developed a titanium ventilation tube that significantly improved the then existing models used in ear implants. Today, the company Prescott founded from his garage is Grace Medical, a leader in ENT product innovation and manufacture headquartered in Bartlett. So once again, a major The Levitt ShellBartlett area Memphis and medical device company has its beginnings in a family garage. When asked why so many device companies found their way to Bartlett, Prescott noted that entrepreneurs tended to headquarter their operations not far from where they
live, a matter of convenience and a small commute. “Not necessarily so,” said Kayla Rodriguez Graff, Co-Founder of SweetBio, a bio-technical company specializing in tissue and bone growth as well as wound care. “I’m from San Francisco. We could have gone anywhere but chose this area because it is the center of medical device innovation and expertise. And the proximity of Fed Ex was a consideration as well.” But the continued growth of this vital industry is no sure thing. As noted in the opening paragraphs of this article, the medical device industry in this area involves “a large contingent Tony Prescott of skilled professionals.” The Tennessee Higher Education Commission has identified an annual deficit of 4,557 qualified Tennesseans to fill jobs within the precision production sector. Companies will not locate to or grow in an area where they cannot find skilled employees. Kayla Rodriguez Graff (center)
Greater Memphis Medical Device Council
In July 2014, representatives from 17 medical device manufacturers and suppliers met in the Bartlett Performing Arts and Conference Center and formed a
not-for-profit association to address present and future workforce needs. The Greater Memphis Medical Device Council (GMMDC. org) provides a united voice for the industry to confront two primary concerns: the lack of a standard training and recruitment program for skilled workers and governmental overregulation. Because of the cluster of medical
device companies located in the Bartlett area, the Council, working with the office of the mayor and the city’s newly formed school district, focused on Bartlett High School and came up with a curriculum and protocol to introduce students with operating Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machines. The program began in October 2016 at Bartlett High School and is just
the beginning. In addition, the GMMDC along with the Bartlett Area Chamber of Commerce has been working with the area’s community and technical colleges to design curriculum and certification programs for the next generation of machinists, quality inspectors, packagers and metal finishers. Today, the GMMDC is composed of over 30 companies throughout the Greater Memphis area including both OEM’s (original equipment manufacturers) and their suppliers. These companies all share the same vision to make our region the medical device capital of the world. Medical Device Institute The ultimate goal of the GMMDC has been to develop a training facility solely dedicated to medical device manufacturing. In November of 2016 a $4 million grant from the State of Tennessee was awarded to TCAT (Tennessee College of Applied Technology) Memphis to create a state-ofthe-art advanced manufacturing facility in Bartlett. Additional funding for the new institute has been pledged by the City of Bartlett and the Haas Foundation. When completed, the institute along with the program at Bartlett High School will prepare students to operate CNC machines as well as other career paths needed by the industry. These programs will be taught at community and technical colleges like Moore Tech, Arkansas State University MidSouth and Southwest Tennessee Community College and will provide the workforce that will enable the medical device industry to prosper, grow and attract even more companies to the Memphis area. Ultimately the industry will continue to provide the technical and biologic advances that improve all lives and thus enhance the future of the Bartlett and Memphis economy.
WHAT MAKES BARTLETT SPECIAL (
Living in one of America’s Top Ranked Communities
By Sharon Fryman
by a poem by
George Ella Lyon )
We are from stagecoaches,
From railroad crossings and funny 5-way stops.
We are from pride in our town and saying hello to neighbors. We are from clean streets and lawns that show how much we care,
From firefighters that come when you call and police we see everywhere.
We are from historic homes and soccer fields,
From the Freeman’s and the Blackwell’s,
From meeting up at Moma’s BBQ and the
Farmer’s Market on Saturdays.
We are from teachers that teach and students that learn,
From giving extra time and parents to cheer us on.
We are from diversity embraced. We are from parades and fireworks,
From Pickin’ Picnics and fishing rodeos.
We are from kettle corn and catfish,
From riding bikes and taking walks
And from houses of worship filled with praise.
We are from moments that bring us together and make us glad. We are from
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W H AT M A K E S B A R T L E T T S P E C I A L
By Jason A. Sykes
BCS works to provide an attitude of excellence throughout the school district.
learning materials and support outside traditional school hours extends opportunities for our students. Teachers are also able to customize lessons based on individual student need and level, which is increasing our students’ engagement and achievement. Our district also recognizes the need to bring new opportunities to our students. By moving past the more familiar science fair presentations, our district and school leaders have explored ways to increase student participation in learning and as a result have launched our Bartlett City Schools eDay and Maker Faire. In eDay’s first year, forty middle school students created a variety of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) challenges and joined in community presentations from MLGW and Smith & Nephew. By providing the Maker Faire option, students are able to invent solutions to real-world problems and get feedback on their designs from industry leaders. Bartlett City Schools recognizes that many of our students, particularly our youngest learners, will one day Local and state officials at the dedication of Bartlett High School’s new Advanced Manufacturing Facility. be working to solve problems that do not yet exist. This is particularly true in the innovative learning environment our district has been areas of STEM. To pique students’ interests as well as honored to be one out of twelve school districts across providing an innovative learning environment, BCS the state of Tennessee to achieve Exemplary status, the created a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, Tennessee Department of Education’s (TDOE) highest and math) Honors Program at Rivercrest Elementary. designation, proving that we significantly improved our This program launched in the 2015-16 school year student performance and narrowed achievement gaps. and is modeled on a school-within-a-school approach. Through programs like our 1:1 (one to one) blended Curriculum is accelerated and enriched by project-based learning initiatives, we have extended our commitment learning around STEAM topics, which includes the arts to an innovative learning environment by issuing an 11” as a way to express learning. “Some community members MacBook Air to all students in grades 6-12 (last year are surprised when they learn that even kindergarteners it was grades 6-9). This resource provides our teachers and first graders are coding in a high-level programming with innumerable ways to connect students’ learning language. Expectations for students after graduation to real-time events and helps foster creativity and a have changed, so our curriculum and instruction must personal investment in their own learning. Access to t has been said that if you develop a passion for learning you will never cease to grow. As Bartlett City Schools has completed its first two years full of growth and development under the leadership of Superintendent Dr. David Stephens, we are experiencing that growth firsthand. Our passion and drive remains strong as we work to provide an attitude of excellence throughout the school district. We are focused on providing an exemplary education for all of our students in a safe and high-performing district that encourages our student body to expand their horizons and achieve their potential. As we continue to provide an
partnership between Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT), Bartlett City Schools, and the Greater Memphis Medical Device Council was formed. The vision is to create a pipeline from high school to quality manufacturing jobs in the local medical device industry. With over forty biotech and medical device companies in the greater Memphis area, there is a need for internships and externships to help students learn the in-demand technical skills, which includes training on equipment such as mills and lathes. Dual enrollment opportunities through TCAT are also available through this program where students earn both high school and college credit. Superintendent Maker Faire allows students to invent solutions to real-world problems and get feedback Stephens called it a paradigm shift in on their designs from industry leaders. which students begin making active strides towards a career path while still in high school. The City is also change to prepare our learners,” shared Dr. Lee-Ann able to excel by not only keeping jobs in the area but also Kight, Director of Teaching and Learning. The STEAM in keeping people who are vested in Bartlett to raise their Honors Program, as well as initiatives in other BCS families and continue to build the community. elementary schools, has yielded not only academic gains It is our passion, dedication, and enthusiasm that but an increase in growth mindsets within the students is the driving force for Bartlett City Schools and and staff. A growth mindset is critical, as we know Superintendent Dr. David Stephens. Through the intelligence and achievement are impacted by learning leadership of Dr. Stephens, Bartlett City Schools from mistakes and persistence. will continue to rely upon highly effective teachers, Another major accomplishment in achieving an proven school leadership, supportive district staff, and innovative learning environment has been the launch of an engaged community. These are the four pillars in a machine tool technology lab on the Bartlett High School ensuring that Bartlett continues to have safe, exemplary campus. Aiming to connect the dots between K-12 and schools moving forward. higher education and the robust local biotech industry, a
Dr. David Stephens N a m e d 2 0 1 7 Te n n e s s e e Superintendent o f t h e Ye a r
he Tennessee Organization of School Superintendents (TOSS) met in Gatlinburg, TN on September 11, 2016 for their annual Awards and Recognition Dinner. It was announced that the 2017 Tennessee Superintendent of the Year Award went to Superintendent Dr. David Stephens of Bartlett City Schools, representing the Southwest/Memphis region. Superintendent Stephens was chosen for this honor out of a group of eight Regional Superintendents of the Year. Superintendent Stephens earned his Bachelor’s and Doctorate degrees from the University of Memphis and his Master’s degree from Trevecca Nazarene University. BARTLETT
He has served as the Superintendent in Bartlett since the district was formed in 2014. Superintendent Stephens successfully launched a school district and freshmen ninth grade academy in just six short months after assuming his role. TOSS Executive Director Wayne Miller stated, “We are very proud of David for winning the State Superintendent of the Year Award. The work that he has done has been exemplary, especially given the fact that he created the district from scratch just a short time ago. David and his school and district leaders are always very active in professional development. Being recognized for his good work comes as no surprise.”
W H AT M A K E S B A R T L E T T S P E C I A L
By Sharon Fryman
n a recent trip to my hair salon on South Main downtown, I could see several different groups of visitors strolling along the streets by the National Civil Rights Museum and the Blues Hall of Fame. Just ahead of me, I observed a couple looking at a map and appearing a bit puzzled. Immediately, a resident stopped and said, “Can I help y’all find something?” As I waited for my appointment, this scenario repeated itself not once, but twice, with different visitors and residents. What’s remarkable about this? It just illustrates the heart of service that beats in our Memphis area. Memphis is widely known for our generosity, having placed #3 of the Most Generous Cities in the US according to Barna Group research. We are not only generous with our dollars, but we are generous with our time as well. In my position as Volunteer Services Manager at Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett, I am surrounded by people that give of their time without expecting anything in return. The Mid-South is filled with such volunteers that give to others and gain priceless benefits. Lester Brown, a Private Relationship Manager with First Tennessee Bank, is a perfect example of this service. I have worked with Lester as an Ambassador for the Bartlett Area Chamber of Commerce, but that BARTLETT
HEART is a
is only the tip of his volunteer iceberg. Lester serves on the Board of Directors for Playhouse on the Square and is a member of the Bartlett Rotary. He graduated Leadership Bartlett (1998) and has served on the Board of Directors for the Chamber. As I asked Lester about his volunteer service, he mentioned helping with Memphis in May, St. Jude, SRVS (a charity dedicated to serving people with disabilities), American Heart Association and the Cooper Young Festival. Lester says, “I help in a way that supports the organization so they don’t have to pay someone to do what I’m doing.” What does Lester get out of all this time and energy he gives away? “I get the opportunity to engage with so many people of various backgrounds, different cultures. That’s a blast for me. I get bored with being around people that are just like me. I learn from others, I grow from them.” How does Lester find time for all this? “I could be doing other stuff but this is fun to me. I feel good about myself when I’m helping children and reaching a special group.” Victor Crutchfield retired from UT Health Science Center after working in purchasing for 30 years. His retirement lasted about a week. Vic says, “I told myself, I’m going to find a volunteer job.” As a lifelong Mid-South resident, Vic was raised by a mother that volunteered at Wonders exhibitions, garden clubs, and church organizations. Perhaps this spurred Vic to contact Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett to inquire about a volunteer position. Just put me where the need is,” Vic said. Vic began to serve three mornings a week but was always willing to change service positions whenever needed. “Where you see a need, you just go ahead and fill it,” Vic explains. “I didn’t plan it that way, it just turned out. I serve four days a week now.” Vic runs the goody cart to all areas of the hospital and helps the IT department. Mark Lawrence, Manager of Information Systems, says, “Vic has been invaluable documenting equipment and his attention to detail has given us very accurate records.” In less than two years, Vic has served over 1,250 hours and knows virtually every employee in the hospital. He feels that he saves the employees time and helps those that
them my extended family; we are friends for life.” As a volunteer manager, I am always interested in recruiting volunteers. Why would anyone want to give up their time for the benefit of others? Vic Crutchfield says, “You have to keep busy. If you don’t keep busy, you’re not going to be here very long. You know, we see lots of volunteers over 80 years old, they have kept busy. People are so nice here; you just can’t help but be nice back!” Lester Brown asks this challenging question, “How much do you care about the development of your community or neighborhood?” If you care about it, you should be ready to give at the personal level. “You’ve got to care about the cause.” Marian advises that people need to be committed to giving of themselves but not to over commit. “The essence of volunteering is sharing your personal gifts. There are real needs everywhere in our community. It’s the right thing to do.” Clearly, the volunteer spirit is alive and well in the Mid-South. I see it every day with the dozens of volunteers that find joy in their service at our hospital. I see it in area churches providing reading instruction to local schools. I see it in people riding bikes to deliver food to the homeless. I even see it on the way to the hair salon. Keep watch, you’ll see the heart of volunteering all around you.
Clearly, the volunteer spirit is alive and well in the Mid-South. can’t leave their areas to go get snacks. “Some days, even after lunch, I fill orders. I kind of work with the people that are here. That’s what we are here for.” Marian Reimann retired from her career as a school administrator in California and started an online travel business, Dreams Unlimited Travel, when she moved to the Memphis area 12 years ago. Her business helped her connect to others in the area, and Marian very quickly began to serve charities with causes close to her heart. Marian is an Ambassador for the Bartlett Area Chamber of Commerce, but she also serves on the Bartlett Education Foundation Board and is heavily involved in Madonna Circle. Madonna Circle is a group of more than 350 women that support charities throughout the Mid-South. A highlight of Marian’s volunteer service was chairing the recent 80th anniversary Madonna Circle Gala that raised more than $82,000 for the RISE Foundation, a non-profit committed to fostering financial literacy for low-income individuals and youth. “That was the biggest thing I have done. It took gathering a whole village of women who volunteer their time to make it all come together.” Marian has a particular affinity for senior citizens saying, “It’s really important for us to put ourselves out there. We may be the only connection they have.” With all the time Marian gives away, she still feels that she gains more than she gives. “I get great satisfaction. I am enlarging my circle of friends. I call BARTLETT
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ACTIVITIES & FESTIVALS
Bartlett Daddy Daughter Dance Saturday, January 28, 2017 6:00-8:30pm The Bartlett Recreation Center hosts “A Sweet Celebration” Daddy Daughter Dance! Tickets must be purchased in advance by calling the Bartlett Recreation Center at 901.385.6470.
St. Valentine’s Day 5k & 10k Run Saturday, February 11, 2017, 9:00am Hosted by Bartlett Parks & Recreation, starts at Bartlett Baptist Church, 3465 Kirby Whitten Parkway. This is an annual run provides individual award categories for both the 5K and 10K with a special Couples Sweetheart Division (a team of one male and one female) for the 10K only. For more information call Singleton Community Center at 901.385.5593.
Bartlett Business Expo Thursday, March 23, 2017, 9:00am to 4:00pm Presented by the Bartlett Area Chamber, the City of Bartlett, and Saint Francis Hospital – Bartlett, the Expo offers residents and business leaders the opportunity to meet with more than 75 companies and service providers. This free event is located at the Bartlett Recreation Center. For more information, call the BACC at 901.372.9457.
Easter Egg Hunt & Easter Basket Contest Saturday, April 8, 2017 This annual event is held at W.J. Freeman Park. Baskets will be judged at 9:30am. The egg hunt for children under 10 will begin at 10:00 am. For more information call Singleton Community Center at 901.385.5593.
Special Kids Spring Dance Friday, April 21, 2017 The Special Kids Dance is held at Singleton Community Center from 6:30–8:30pm for ages 12 and BARTLETT
up. The dance will feature a DJ, food, contests and more. For more information call Singleton Community Center at 901.385.5593.
Bartlett a la Carte Spring 2017 Watch for the announcement for this fun-filled evening of food, beverages and socializing. This culinary tasting event spotlights specialties from restaurants in the area. Presented as a joint venture between the Bartlett Area Chamber of Commerce and the Northeast Shelby County Rotary and featuring a Silent Auction to benefit Youth Villages. For more info call the BACC at 901.372.9457.
City Beautiful Plant Sale Friday, April 21, Saturday April 22 and Sunday, April, 23, 2017 The sale is at the corner of Stage and Whitten under the big red tent. All proceeds go back into the community to support the projects City Beautiful does to keep Bartlett a beautiful place to live, work and shop.
Bartlett Movies in the Park Movies and dates TBD The Bartlett Station Commission will bring back movie nights to W.J. Freeman Park. This fun, familyoriented movie series is free to the community. Families can bring their blankets, lawn chairs, and picnic baskets to watch a movie on the big screen under the stars. For more information visit BartlettParkMovies on Facebook.
Pickin’ Picnic Bluegrass Festival Friday, May 5, 2017, 6:00pm An outdoor event under the stars on the lawn of the Bartlett Performing Arts and Conference Center located at 3663 Appling Road. Bring your lawn chairs, blankets and picnic basket and sit back and enjoy the music.
Pet Show Saturday, May 6, 2017, 9:00am–12:00pm Show off your pet at W.J. Freeman Park. The costume contest owner pet look-a-like contest will begin at 9:00am followed by the regular competition. All adoptions will be half price on that day. For more information call Singleton Community Center at 901.385.5593.
Bartlett Station Farmers Market Every Saturday, May -September at W.J. Freeman Park Features locally-grown, sustainable, fresh produce and value-added products. For more information, visit www.bartlettstationfarmersmarket.org.
Children’s Fishing Rodeo Saturday, June 10, 2017, 6:00 - 9:00am Held at Appling Lake, 3663 Appling Road. This event is for children 12 and under. For more information, call 901-385-5589.
The Star Spangled Extravaganza Monday, July 3, 2017 Come celebrate American’s Birthday! This event takes place in the Bobby K. Flaherty Municipal Center, adjacent to BPACC and Appling Middle School. This family-focused, free event features an annual festival and fireworks display with activities for all ages, including a car show and live music by the Bartlett Community Concert Band and Jamie Baker & The VIPs’. All activities will take place on the lawn of the Bartlett Performing Arts & Conference Center and Appling Middle School. For more information, call 901.385.5589.
Small Fry Tri Saturday, August 26, 2017 Kids ages 2-6 will run, bike, and swim (OK, just run through sprinklers) to the finish line where everyone receives an award. Registration begins July 1 at the Bartlett Recreation Center. For more info, call the BRC at 901.385.6470.
costume contest. Admission is $1 for adults. Children 12 and under are free.
over 200 eco-related vendors, environmental art, wildlife demonstrations, live music and food trucks.
BRC Trunk or Treat
Earth Day 5k
(October date TBA) The Bartlett Recreation Center will host its 10th annual Trunk or Treat from 5:00-6:30 pm with games, candy, music, and fun! Come dressed in your best costume, and be ready to have a safe night of trick-or-treating.
Sunday, April 9, 2017, 2:00pm Celebrate Earth Day by running the 6th Annual Earth Day 5k at Shelby Farms! Register online: www.earthday5k.racesonline.com
Veterans Day Ceremony
Friday & Saturday, April 21-22, 2017, 6:00 pm Bring your family to celebrate National Earth Day with a two-day campout in Shelby Farms Park!
November 11, 2017 Join us as we honor all Veterans! This event takes place in Veterans Park, located at the corner of Bartlett Blvd and Bartlett Rd.
Bartlett Christmas Parade
Bartlett Kid’s Triathlon Saturday, September 23, 2017 The City of Bartlett, the Bartlett Recreation Center, and Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett present the annual Kid’s Triathlon at the Bartlett Recreation Center and on the streets of Bartlett. Registration begins April 1, 2016. For more info, call the BRC at 901.385.6470.
Bartlett Festival-MBN Patio BBQ Cooking Contest, Car Show & Judge Freeman Marr Panther Pride 5K
Saturday, December 2, 2017 The parade is fun for the whole family beginning at 4:00pm. For more information, visit www. cityofbartlett.org.
Shelby County History Festival at Davies Manor Sunday, April 2, 2017, 12:00–4:00pm This event, held at Hillwood Hall at Davies Manor will host 20 local historical exhibitors displaying past, present and future. For more information call 901-604-5002.
Earth Day Family Campout
Dog-A-Roo Sunday, May 13, 2017, 10:00am-2:00pm Bring your best furry friend to experience the largest dog park in America at the 4th Annual Dog-A-Roo Festival and Four Legged 4k!
Lanterns on the Lake Concert Series Saturday, June 3, 10, 17, 24 at 6 pm
Star-Spangled Celebration July 1, 2017 at 12 noon to 10 pm
Starry Nights November 17-December 27, 2017 Experience the Mid-South’s premier light show and festival with over 1.5 million LED Lights!
21st Annual Quilt and Fiber Arts Show
Friday, September 29 & Saturday, September 30, 2017 Held at W.J. Freeman Park, 2629 Bartlett Blvd, Friday evening, 6-9:30pm and Saturday to 10:00am- 6:00pm. Times are subject to change. Live musical entertainment from some of the areas best musicians, hot air balloons, a mid-way carnival, concessions, business vendors, arts & crafts, a children’s area and much more! The perfect place to spend an autumn weekend.
Friday – Sunday, November 3-5, 2017, 10:00 am –4:00 pm Held on the grounds and in the buildings of Davies Manor featuring new and vintage quilts, garments, accessories and vendors of hand crafted items. For more information call Davies Manor at 901-386-0715 or visit www.daviesmanorplantation.org.
December 28, 2017 more information to follow
(October date TBA) Carnival for ages 12 and under at the Singleton Community Center with games, contests, candy, and
Down to Earth Festival
Shelby Farms Events
2017 Delta Fair & Music Festival September 1-10, 2017, Agricenter An annual Fair & Music Festival that is exciting, interactive and educational that brings our communities together with safe, wholesome family entertainment while celebrating and promoting the rich art, music and history of the Delta.
Saturday, April 1, 2017, 10am-5pm The Mid-South’s largest Earth Day Celebration with
MUSEUMS and other Places of Interest
Living in the Mid-South
he rich culture of the Mid South has had a profound influence on the world’s literature, art and especially music. Preserving, protecting and projecting that heritage is of immense concern and pride to the citizens of the region. Today, visitors as well as residents are intrigued by the large venue of museums and interesting places to explore and experience. The Stax Museum of American Soul Music The world- renowned Stax Records recording studio is now a 17,000-squarefoot museum with more than 2,000 videos, films, photographs and original instruments. The museum celebrates the legacy of the studio and artists such as Isaac Hayes, Otis Redding, Sam & Dave, the Staple Singers, Johnnie Taylor, Albert King, Booker T. & the MGs, Rufus and Carla Thomas. Visitors also are treated to vintage video footage of non-Stax artists such as Aretha Franklin, Al Green, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye and others. The Memphis Zoo In 2008, the Memphis Zoo was ranked “#1 Zoo in the U.S.” by TripAdvisor. Located in Midtown’s Overton Park, the Memphis Zoo has been a major tenant of the park for more than 100 years and is home to more than 3,500 animals representing over 500 different species. Main attractions in the zoo include: Cat Country, Animals of the Night, Dragon’s Lair, Primate Canyon, Giant Panda Exhibit, Northwest Passage, Teton Trek and the newest exhibit the Zambezi River Hippo Camp. An interactive “Down on the Farm” section is designed for young children.
The Memphis Zoo
Mud Island River Park & Museum
The Peabody Hotel lobby
Mud Island River Park & Museum Mud Island River Park is located in Downtown Memphis alongside the Mississippi River. The park houses a Mississippi River museum, restaurants, and an amphitheater. The Park also includes bike trails, pedal boats and rafts, as well as an interactive hydraulic scale model of the lower Mississippi River starting at Cairo IL. Major cities and small towns are represented in the scale model, and markers explain history and facts about the river.
Pink Palace Museum & Planetarium The Pink Palace Museum and Planetarium serves as the Mid-South’s major science and historical museum and features exhibits ranging from archeology to chemistry. More than 240,000 people visit the museum each year. The pink Georgian marbled mansion was given to the city of Memphis in the late 1920s by Clarence Saunders, the founder of Piggly Wiggly, the country’s first self-serve grocery store chain.
The Peabody Hotel The original Peabody was built in 1869 at the corner of Main and Monroe. The current hotel, listed on the National Register of Historic Places and located just a block away, was completed in 1925 and has been the center of Memphis civic and social life ever since. The internationally famous “Peabody Ducks” live on the hotel rooftop and entertain hotel guests and visitors with daily parades to and from the lobby fountain.
Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum Located on famous Beale Street, and part of the Smithsonian Museum family, the Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum offers a comprehensive Memphis music experience beginning with the rural field hollers and porch music of the sharecroppers in the 30’s; highlighting the urban influences of Beale Street in the 1940s; radio, Sun Records and Sam Phillips in the 1950s; the heyday of Stax, Hi Records and soul music in the 1960s and 1970s; the impact of the civil rights movement, and the region’s musical influence and inspiration that continues today.
National Civil Rights Museum Tracing the history of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States from the 17th century to the present, the National Civil Rights Museum involves a complex of buildings and properties focused on the former Lorraine Motel where Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968. In 2016, the museum was honored by becoming a Smithsonian Affiliate museum. The museum’s most popular exhibits include: Room 306 (where Dr. King was staying when he died), the replica sanitation truck (Dr. King came to Memphis to support an AFSCME sanitation workers’ strike), and the replica of the bus Rosa Parks rode in Montgomery, Alabama, before initiating the Montgomery Bus Boycott of 1955-56. One of the newer exhibits features a replica of the U.S. Supreme Court room where oral argument was heard in 1954 in the seminal Brown v. Board of Education, in which the Court ruled that segregation in public schools was unconstitutional. BARTLETT
Sun Studio On January 3, 1950, Sam Phillips opened his recording studio. Reputedly the first rock and roll single, Jackie Brenston and his Delta Cats’ “Rocket 88”, was recorded there in 1951 with song composer Ike Turner on keyboards. Blues and R&B artists like Howlin’ Wolf, Junior Parker, Little Milton, B.B. King, James Cotton, Rufus Thomas, and Rosco Gordon recorded there in the early 1950s. Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison, Charlie Feathers, Ray Harris, Warren Smith, Charlie Rich, and Jerry Lee Lewis recorded at Sun throughout the mid-to-late 1950s’. In 1969, Sam Phillips sold the label and there was no recording-related or labelrelated activity again in the building until the September 1985 Class of ‘55 recording sessions with Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Johnny Cash, produced by Chips Moman.
Graceland The 13-plus acre estate and home of Elvis Presley, Graceland is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and was declared a National Historic Landmark in 2006. One of the most-visited private homes in America with more than 650,000 visitors a year, second only to the White House, Graceland serves as a museum depicting the life and career of Elvis. The Cotton Museum Located in downtown Memphis at the corner of Front and Union, the Cotton Museum is an historical and cultural museum that opened in March 2006 on the former trading floor of the Memphis Cotton Exchange. The museum highlights artifacts through interpretive exhibits, educational programs, and research archives that help tell the story of cotton and cotton trading, from crop to cloth.
Davies Manor Located in Bartlett, Davies Manor is the oldest extant home in Shelby County and possibly the oldest in West Tennessee. The two-story white oak log and chink home is believed to have been originally built in 1807 by Native Americans and was expanded to become an antebellum plantation with approximately 2,000 acres. Fire Museum (FMOM) In the heart of downtown Memphis, the FMOM (Fire Museum of Memphis) is considered the premiere fire museum in the country, dedicated to documenting and promoting the local history of fire fighting and educating the public in fire and life safety. Historic exhibits in the museum date back to the late 1800s and early 1900s. The museum provides a range of interactive experiences for adults and children.
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NIGHTLIFE ENTERTAINMENT Our region is known for its music and its unique entertainment style. If you are looking for a fun night out on the town for music and dancing there is a wide array of clubs and entertainment districts throughout the area that can match any taste. Downtown Memphis Beale Street Voted the most recognized entertainment district in the country, Beale originally served as the Main Street of the African-American community. During the weekday it was bustling with commercial activity and on the weekends the storefronts came alive with music. It was Beale Street that inspired Elvis Presley and B.B. King and many other world renowned entertainers. Today, these two city blocks are jammed packed with music, food, merchandising and fun. South Main Street Originally the warehouse district of 19th Century Memphis, South Main has become one of the most desired locations for artists, local restaurants and bars, off-Beale music venues and new downtown residents. From the BARTLETT
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Orpheum Theatre south is a half-mile stretch of eclectic shops, restaurants, art studios, the National Civil Rights Museum, the Blues Museum and Central Station where one can board a train to Chicago or New Orleans. Levitt Shell Levitt Shell is an open-air amphitheater located in Overton Park. Elvis Presley gave his first paid concert there as the opener for headliner Slim Whitman on July 30, 1954, the first-ever rock and roll show. Designed by architect Max Furbringer, and built in 1936 by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) and the City of Memphis, it was modeled after similar shells in Chicago, New York, and St. Louis. After extensive renovations in 2007 funded by the Levitt Foundation, the Shell today offers free concerts on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights during its spring and fall seasons. Peabody Hotel District The Peabodyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Grand Lobby has served as downtownâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s main gathering place for more than 80 years and is just a five minute walk from Beale Street. Across the street is the world famous Rendezvous Barbecue restaurant and AutoZone Baseball Park. Main Street and the Riverfront is a short walk to the west.
The EDGE District The “Edge” is an up and coming new district located between Downtown and the Medical District. The neighborhood is home to the birthplace of Rock N’ Roll (Sun Studio) as well as one of Memphis’ oldest bars and one of the city’s favorite local breweries. It is quickly becoming a foodie paradise with dishes featuring foods from local farms and flavors from as far away as India, Venezuela and Jamaica. Midtown Memphis Overton Square Tunica Just 30 years ago, Overton Square was THE place to go for a fun night out. Memphians reveled at the corner of Cooper Street and Madison Avenue, home to the first TGI Fridays outside of New York City as well as locally-owned restaurants and entertainment venues. Today, with fine-dining anchors like Restaurant Iris and Bari Ristorante and casual bars like Local Gastropub, to name just a few, there’s no shortage of deliciousness. Vibrant live music at the new Lafayette’s or iconic Zebra Lounge, indie movies at Studio on the Square and high-quality theatrical performances at Playhouse on the Square or Hatiloo - one of the premier African-American theaters in the country - are just a sampling of the entertainment offerings. Cooper Young District Named for the intersection of Cooper Street and Young Avenue, the neighborhood is known for its eclectic mix of shops, bars and restaurants including Amazing Lace; The House of Mews (a shelter for homeless cats); Goner Records, a local record label; Midtown Acupuncture & Natural Apothecary and Burke’s Book Store. Cooper Young is also the home of Memphis’ only hostel, Pilgrim House Hostel. BARTLETT
Tunica Located on the east bank of the Mississippi River just south of the Tennessee state line, Tunica is one of the South’s leading entertainment destinations. Just 20 minutes from Memphis, it’s home to nine casino resorts and three championship-level golf courses, as well as Tunica RiverPark, the Tunica Queen Riverboat and the soon-to-open Gateway to the Blues Museum.
VISUAL ARTS Art has always been important to the people of the mid-south. Whether it’s visual or performing, people of this region recognize, respect and appreciate artistic talent. Brooks Museum Founded in 1916, the Brooks Museum is the oldest and largest art museum in the state of Tennessee. The museum is a privately funded nonprofit institution located in Overton Park in Midtown Memphis. Paintings in the permanent collection include works by Italian Renaissance, Baroque, Impressionist, and 20th-century artists. The Brooks possesses a fine collection of English portraits, including works by Gainsborough, Reynolds, Lawrence, and Romney. There are impressionist works by Camille Pissarro, Renoir, and many American impressionists: Winslow Homer, Thomas Hart Benton, Childe Hassam, and Robert Henri. The contemporary collection includes paintings by Kenneth Noland, Robert Motherwell, and Nancy Graves, plus the nationally-known Memphis artist Carroll Cloar. Dixon Gallery & Gardens The Dixon Gallery and Gardens, established in 1976, is an art museum within 17 acres of gardens. The museum
focuses on French and American impressionism and features works by Monet, Degas, and Renoir as well as Pierre Bonnard, Mary Cassatt, Marc Chagall, HonorĂŠ Daumier, Henri Fantin-Latour, Paul Gauguin, Henri Matisse, Berthe Morisot, Edvard Munch, Auguste Rodin, Alfred Sisley, as well as an extensive collection of works by French Impressionist artist Jean-Louis Forain. The museum houses the Stout Collection of 18th-century German porcelain, one of the finest collections in the United States. Memphis College of Art A small, private college of art and design located in Overton Park adjacent to the Brooks Museum, the Memphis College of Art offers Bachelor of Fine Arts,
Master of Fine Arts, Master of Arts in Art Education and Master of Arts in Teaching degrees. Some of the majors include graphic design, drawing, painting, printmaking, book arts, computer arts, photography, animation, and illustration. South Main District There are more than a dozen art galleries and art venues in this vibrant district offering a vast array of visual delight. Eads A small community on the extreme eastern edge of Shelby County, Eads now is home to numerous artists who have set up shop to developed their art.
Memphis College of Art
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Cardiac Age Screenings
hen it comes to cardiovascular disease, the statistics for Tennesseans are not encouraging. Tennessee has the seventh highest death rate from cardiovascular disease in the United States and ranks among the worst states in the nation when it comes to heart age. So, what is heart age? It’s the age of your heart and blood vessels when considering risk factors such as heart attack and stroke. The hope is that the heart age is equal to or less than a person’s chronological age. “Studies have shown that half of all men and forty percent of all women have a heart age that is five or more years older than their actual age,” said Shelly Shellenbarger, Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett chest pain coordinator. “In fact, the average adult in the United States has a heart age that is seven years older than it should be.” While factors such as age and family history are out of your control, the good news is that there are several factors that can be controlled. These include smoking, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, unhealthy diet, physical inactivity, and diabetes. At Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett, free cardiac age screenings are offered to the community to help detect minor problems before they turn into significant health risks. The free screenings allow individuals to learn their body mass index, cholesterol level, glucose level, and blood pressure. Using these results, Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett is then able to provide a person with their cardiac age, the opportunity to speak with a medical professional, put the results into perspective and provide answers to any questions. Making A Difference “I believe these free screenings saved my life,” said Marius Payton. Marius had attended a cardiac age screening with his wife, Susan. They had recently started a vegetarian diet and exercise program, and Marius was excited to see the effect this had on his cholesterol level. The good news was that his cholesterol was in the normal range for the BARTLETT
Marius Payton believes his life was saved as a result of a cardiac age screening. Pictured (l to r): Susan Payton, Ellie Payton, and Marius Payton.
first time in many years. The bad news was that his blood pressure was extremely high resulting in a heart age of 67, 20 years older than his chronological age. “I had thought my recent headaches were a result of allergies,” explained Marius. “I went to the doctor because of the blood pressure results at the heart age screening, and it was discovered that I had a complete blockage of an artery to my brain. I am currently being treated, and I hope that I am on the road to recovery. If I hadn’t gone to the screening, I hate to think about what might have happened.” Schedule Your Free Screening If you are ready to find out if you are young at heart, it’s a great time to schedule your free cardiac age screening. To make your appointment, go to www.MyCardiacAge.com or call 844-644-2273.
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Things to Do in the Bartlett Region
he Bartlett / Mid-South area is an ideal location for people who enjoy all types of sports, the great outdoors and cultural activities. The combination of the regionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s natural resources, history and culture create an abundant source of activities for everyone in the family. From duck hunting and trout fishing to opera and Broadway plays, excitement awaits lifelong residents, newcomers, and the weekend visitor. The recreational opportunities are too numerous to narrate in this publication. Highlighted here are getaways and activities that have not been previously published in this magazine. For your convenience, we have created a more comprehensive list that are linked on our website: (Visiting the Area dropdown). We encourage you to come and explore the wonderful adventures awaiting you in our region.
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Photo The View from Home Plate
Memphis Redbirds play at AutoZone Park
If you like cheering for a winning team the Memphis area offers a wide selection of sports and venues. Start with one of the country’s most prestigious AAA Baseball Stadiums (AutoZone Park) home to the Memphis Redbirds (St. Louis Cardinal’s premier farm team). Next is one of the nation’s most state-of-the-art NBA Basketball Arenas (FedEx Forum) home to the Memphis Grizzlies. If hockey is your thing the River Kings compete in the Desoto Civic Center. Fall means football fever in the Mid-South and it can be contagious. Five Division I college football teams are within a four-hour drive from downtown Memphis including three SEC standouts. Our own University of Memphis Tigers football team is always a contender in Conference USA. One of PGA golf’s most respected tournaments is held in Memphis every June. Unlike most PGA tournaments, the proceeds go to the organization that bears the tournament’s name - St. Jude Classic - to help the hospital continue its world-renowned research on and Reelfoot Lake treatment of childhood diseases. For tennis lovers the region offers great venues for playing as well as viewing. The annual Racquet Club Indoor Tennis Tournament, held each February, attracts the world’s best talent. For those who prefer some action as opposed to just watching, the region offers an abundance of action sports with numerous clubs and groups composed of like-minded individuals.
Mississippi River Corridor / Reelfoot Lake/ Discovery Park, Tennessee
The Mississippi River Corridor contains over 250,000 acres of bluff and bottomland that offer a unique experience for those seeking a change of scenery. Beginning at the confluence of the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers is a high bluff that parallels the west bank of the Mississippi. The Chickasaw Bluff continues into Tennessee and provides breathtaking vistas of the river and affords “high ground” above the flood-prone bottomland. In fact Memphis was sited where it is not
by accident but simply because it was located on top of a strategic portion of the bluff. The first nickname for Memphis was “Bluff City”. Four state parks and thousands of acres of wildlife refuge land exist within the Corridor. Hunting, fishing, boating, hiking, biking and wildlife observing are all popular activities within the Corridor.
The Mississippi River has created numerous lakes within the bottomland some many thousands of acres. The crown jewel of these is Reelfoot Lake. Reelfoot is Tennessee’s largest natural lake but geographically it is a newborn - actually younger than the State. In the winter of 1811-1812 a series of massive earthquakes shook the region and the Mississippi River actually spilled over its banks and filled a swampy depression creating the lake. Cypress trees that existed before 1812 still grow in the middle of this shallow lake. Today Reelfoot is regarded as a sportsmen’s paradise for trophy fish and waterfowl: 15,000 acres of open lake and cypress swamps make this a unique natural asset. Bald Eagles that winter here are probably Reelfoot’s most famous attraction. People come from hundreds of miles to get a peek at these majestic birds. Accommodations are plentiful along the south and eastern shore. No visit is complete, however, without a self- guided boat tour or a managed boat tour by the State Park service or the numerous private guides. Discovery Park of America is a museum, park and garden located in Union City, Tennessee. The park sits on 50 acres and features exhibits and activities on local history, nature, military history, art and science. Design commenced on the $100 million project in July 2008 and opened in November 2013. It was financed by Union City-based Robert E. and Jenny D. Kirkland Foundation, which has also earmarked $2 million a year for 20 years to cover operating costs and buy exhibits. Discovery Park is a great family venue and offers a little bit of everything from toddlers to mature adults. For more information visit discoveryparkofamerica.com. Pickwick Lake. Tennessee, Mississippi and Alabama This is THE Lake for many Mid-Southerners - two hours due east of Memphis, Pickwick stretches for over 50 miles bordering three states. The lake is the impoundment of the Tennessee River, one of the nation’s largest tributary systems within the Mississippi River Valley. Pickwick is wide - over one mile in most places BARTLETT
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and white caps are common. Most of the water sports take place in the numerous coves and creeks throughout its length, while the large transport barges use the main channel for carrying their heavy loads. The marinas at Pickwick have some very impressive sized boats and yachts many of which are ocean worthy, as well as boats available for rental. In fact, one can actually take a large water craft from Pickwick to the Gulf of Mexico through the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Canal. The lake is nestled in a narrow valley with step sided cliffs with large homes gracing their crest. Numerous waterfalls dot the shoreline. The Tennessee portion of the lake contains Pickwick Landing State Park with a full service lodge and marina. Many motels and restaurants service the thousands of annual visitors in both Tennessee and Mississippi. Much of the Alabama shore is a wildlife refuge which ensures a large undeveloped area. Hot Springs, Arkansas Hot Springs is internationally renowned for possessing some of the best therapeutic spring waters in the world. The famous Bathhouse Row is part of Hot Springs National Park and a few of the renovated bathhouses offer the full bath/message treatment. Located an easy three-hour drive from the Bartlett area, Hot Springs sits in a beautiful valley at the beginning of the Ouachita Mountain Range. No visit is complete without a stop at the famous Arlington Hotel - the epicenter of the Bath District. There are numerous trails and other outdoor activities throughout the region. The lakes that surround Hot Springs, Lake Hamilton and Ouachita Lake, are some of the nation’s finest in terms of clarity and purity. Eureka Springs & Crystal Bridges, Arkansas Selected as one of America’s Distinctive Destinations by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Eureka is a popular tourist destination for its unique character as a resort village filled with Victorian-style cottages and manors. The buildings are primarily constructed of local
stone and are built along streets that curve around the hills and rise and fall with the topography in a five-mile long loop. No two streets intersect at a 90 degree angle and there are no traffic lights. One of the nation’s best museums of American Art – Crystal Bridges - is located just 45 minutes to the west of Eureka Springs. Conceived by Alice Walton, the daughter of Walmart founder Sam Walton, and spearheaded by the Walton Family Foundation, the museum features a series of pavilions nestled around two creek-fed ponds. The complex includes 217,000 square feet of galleries, several meeting and classroom spaces, a library, a sculpture garden, and a gift shop. It is the first major art museum (over $200 million endowment) to open in the United States since 1974. Spring, Current and Buffalo Rivers, Arkansas Just hours from Memphis in Northern Arkansas and Southern Missouri are some of the most scenic and crystalline rivers in the country, perfect for trout fishing, canoeing or providing the perfect picnic spot. Located near Hardy, Arkansas, the Spring River as the name implies is created by one of the largest springs in the US – Mammoth Springs. The river is a typical water mountain stream and is extremely cold. Because of its source the river remains perpetually cold for most of its flow before it runs into the Black River. This is a great
trout fishing river and is responsible for many trophy catches. It is also a favorite recreational area for canoeist, swimmers and folks who just like the outdoors. The community of Hardy, AR caters to visitors to the area and still maintains much of its rustic image. The Current River is a short three-hour drive from Memphis to Van Buren, MO. It is the ideal destination for people who enjoy the outdoors and being on the water in lazy fashion. The river and its environment are typical of the rivers of the Ozarks. Fed by numerous springs along its 100-mile-plus course, the Current is a tubers paradise. It gets its name from the continuous swift flow of the river and this makes for ideal conditions for simply letting the current carry you down river – with cooler in toe, of course. This is great fun for the entire family. Tube and canoe outfitters provide rentals and access to and from the river. Camping and overnight canoe trips are also very popular. The Buffalo River, located near Mountain View, Arkansas, was the nation’s first National Scenic River designation and is one of the most beautiful natural freeflowing rivers remaining in America. The river begins in the highest ridges of the Boston Mountains and carves a deep canyon through the white limestone plateau as it works its way east to its confluence with the White River. It is extremely popular with canoeists whether for the day or over a week. The scenery is breathtaking on the river as well as above it.
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BUSINESS & ECONOMY (
Succeeding in a Growing Economy
BARTLETT ECONOMY The
CITY OF BARTLETT Population 58,500
Area 23 Sq. Miles
Employment Rate 96%
Households 20,000 Median Household Income $82,000
Government Mayor and Board of Alderman (6) MARKET AREA Consumer Spending $1.7 Billion Annually Population 155,000 Employed 122,000
Education Some College no degree – 32% Degree – 40% Employment by Occupation Professional & Management – 27% Education & Health – 13% Sales – 14% Retail – 6% Production & Manufacturing – 10% Commute Time Up to 30 minutes – 62% 30 – 60 minutes – 34% Household Income Avg. - $82,000 Median - $68,000 Housing 70% Owner Occupied Housing Value $100,000 - $200,000 – 57% $200,000 - $300,000 – 18% $300,000 + – 7%
Unemployed 2.5% Median Age 36
BARTLETT ACCOLADES • Bartlett is consistently ranked among Tennessee’s Best Communities • Best Cities for Home Ownership in Tennessee • Best Places in Tennessee for Job Seekers • Cities on the Rise in Tennessee • Ten Safest Places in Tennessee • Epicenter of the Medical Device Industry and Home of the GMMDC
Recent Capital Expenditures in the Bartlett Area Major Industrial
Major Retail & Commercial
Cheesecake Factory $4,100,000
BUSINESS & ECONOMY
n July 2007 the national real estate bubble burst bringing tough economic times with bank foreclosures, short sales, and home builders going out of business. The government tried to help stimulate the economy with $5,000 tax credits for first-time home buyers, but real estate values continued to drop. Bartlett’s market was no different. In 2006, Bartlett had 300 plus permits pulled for new construction. That number dropped in 2007 to 215 permits and the number continued to fall. In 2010 only 81 permits were pulled. By 2015, with the market beginning to recover, 221 permits were pulled and 2016 surpassed 250. BARTLETT
MARKET With continued low interest rates and rising property values, Northeast Shelby County remains a very affordable place to live. In 2016 over 100 homes sold in Bartlett with an average sales price of $200,000. This is a stark contrast to 2010 when 44 homes sold and the average price was $140,000 and of those 11 were bankowned properties. Northeast Shelby County is currently seeing a seller’s market with low housing inventory and high demand. More homes for sale are experiencing multiple offers. In September of 2007 there were 13,227 homes available for sale on the market. In August of 2016 there were 5,666. This rebound partly can be attributed to the
By Laura Gaither, GRI, LRS
new municipal school systems and the private sector investment in the communities. With the economy bouncing back and more confidence in the market, builders, such as CMCC, Grant, Magnolia, and Regency, are beginning to increase the amount of new housing inventory which will ease discrepancy between supply and demand, but there is still a shortage of available lots. John Linthicum, the managing broker of Crye-Leike in Bartlett said, “In 2010 our realtors could easily find you a place to call home, but were struggling to sell homes, now in 2016 they can easily sell your home, but are having to work diligently to find you a home to buy.” The rental market remains strong although it is still
cheaper to buy in Northeast Shelby County than it is to rent, the average rate being $1,446 per month in Bartlett. Investors and hedge funds like FREO of TN, which has purchased about 2,000 homes in the area, are buying homes both large and small because the rent demand is up and they see growth in retail and education. Some of the most recent commercial developments in the area are the opening of Ikea, Walmart Super Center on Whitten, Lakeland Middle Preparatory School, The Lake District multiuse development (formerly Lakeland Outlet Mall), the Parkside renovations at Shelby Farms, Main Event Entertainment Center, Sprouts Farmer’s Market, and the $12 million dollar industrial expansion announced
by Olympus. The new dual enrollment partnership between the Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) and Bartlett High School allows students to receive training on Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) equipment such as lathes and mills, including how to use and program the machines for professional purposes, is an exceptional plus for the Bartlett area. As the second largest producer of medical device components in the nation, this is a huge opportunity for Bartlett students and the medical device
industry. The announcement in November 2016 that a medical device training institute is to be established in Bartlett will go far to ensure a sustainable pipeline of skilled workers thus growing the local industry. Given the strong infrastructure and amenities that exist in the Bartlett area, there is plenty of growth potential for the 21st Century. Finally with construction complete on the I-40 fly over, northeast Shelby County residents are seeing reduced travel times and are able to enjoy shorter commute times throughout the metro area.
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Bartlett and the
MEDICAL DEVICE INDUSTRY
ur focus as a state on what I call “the four E’s of Tennessee” – employment, education, economic opportunity and enforcement of the law – is producing results right here in Bartlett, Tennessee. The city will soon be home to a new Medical Device Institute – a satellite campus of TCAT (Tennessee College of Applied Technology) Memphis where secondary and post-secondary students of all ages will be able to work, earn and learn. For more than a year I’ve worked closely with Bartlett Mayor Keith McDonald, the Greater Memphis Medical Device Council, Bartlett Chamber, TCAT Memphis, the Tennessee Higher Education Commission and others to make this a reality. TCAT Memphis, under the direction of Roland Raynor with additional funding by the City of Bartlett and the Haas Foundation, will utilize this grant to create a stateof-the-art advanced manufacturing training facility. The November 16th, 2016 announcement of funding for the new Institute under a $4 million grant from the State of Tennessee coincides nicely with the 150th Anniversary celebration of the City of Bartlett, the state’s 10th largest city. One of the reasons for Bartlett’s strong growth,
By State Senate Majority Leader Mark Norris
in addition to its conservative leadership, is Tennessee’s strong economy. The Brookings Institution recently ranked Tennessee No. 1 in the U.S. for advanced industry job growth. Nearly 344,000 Tennesseans work in manufacturing and, since 2010, Tennessee has gained more than 45,400 net new manufacturing jobs, the fifth-largest increase in the U.S. Another reason is that Bartlett and Shelby County are home to some of the leading orthopedic medical device industries in the world. Shelby County has more medical device manufacturers and suppliers than almost any county in the United States. The medical device industry is Tennessee’s largest exporter responsible for 17,000 local jobs. It contributes $2.6 billion to the economy and some $46 million in annual revenues to state and local governments. Yet Tennessee, like most states, is short on skilled workers adequately trained in advanced manufacturing and precision production. Closing the “skills gap” is one of my top priorities. The Tennessee Higher Education Commission has identified an annual deficit of 4,557 qualified Tennesseans to fill jobs within the precision production sector. When Bartlett Mayor Keith McDonald and the Greater Memphis Medical Device Council first came to me in 2015, they clearly articulated the need – and the opportunity. Our ability to seize the opportunity as a state is due to our conservative, yet creative, ability to respond when opportunity knocks. As citizen legislators, we are close to our constituents and more cognizant of our community’s needs. This facilitates the type of collaboration we have seen in making this dream come true. Under Tennessee’s Drive to
55, the state’s goal to get 55% of Tennesseans equipped with a college degree or certificate by the year 2025, I spearheaded LEAP – the Labor Education Alignment Program – which laid the groundwork and provided some of the initial funding for October’s opening of the new Advanced Manufacturing Center at Bartlett High School. This is where dual enrollment and training in basic machining begins. It will help assure high school graduates qualified to enroll at the new Institute. Thanks to the additional autonomy and flexibility afforded under the FOCUS Act (Focus on College and University Success) which I sponsored and passed earlier this year, we are able to custom-build the curriculum and provide funding for the training required by the private sector. By creating an industry-driven training institute in Bartlett, the new facility will not only help to close the skills gap by completing the training of approximately 240 Tennesseans annually in three high demand programs focusing on the medical device sector. It will also support Tennessee’s Drive to 55 initiative by adding approximately 1,600 post-secondary credentials by 2025. Most importantly perhaps, it will provide existing industries with a pipeline of workers they need to sustain and expand their operations right here in Tennessee. The Bartlett success story is a good example of the way we keep Tennessee safe and strong. By working together we can help ensure a vigorous economy and assure that the medical device industry remains a vital part of that economy. A ready, skilled workforce is essential and the creation of the Medical Device Institute exemplifies what we can do, right here in Bartlett, for all of Tennessee.
BUSINESS & ECONOMY
OLYMPUS GROUNDBREAKING Ceremony held for groundbreaking of new state-of-the-art Medical National Service and Distribution Center.
lympus, a precision technology leader in designing and delivering innovative solutions for medical and surgical procedures, among other core businesses, announced the opening of its state-of-the-art $12 million dollar Medical East Coast National Service and Distribution Center in Bartlett, TN. The two-story, 110,000-squarefoot facility will employ over 280 employees and support one of the largest concentrations of medical device growth in the country. The new facility is scheduled to be completed by Summer, 2017. To mark the start of the construction project, BARTLETT
executives and employees from Olympus, Chris Woods Construction and the Renaissance Group gathered at the building site for a ceremonial groundbreaking event on July 14th, 2016. The event was also attended by notable Tennessee politicians and business leaders including Allen Borden, Assistant Commissioner, Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development; A. Keith McDonald, Mayor, City of Bartlett; Mark Luttrell, Jr., Mayor, Shelby County; and John Threadgill, President, Bartlett Area Chamber of Commerce. “The new facility in Bartlett further enables our Company’s main priority of meeting the ongoing and changing needs of our healthcare customers,” said
Joe Doherty, President of Olympus Surgical Technologies America (OSTA). “It will also position our Company well for future growth and prepare us for increasing advances in our technology.” Bartlett and the greater Memphis area is already home to an existing Olympus R&D and manufacturing facility, which has been operating successfully since 1984. Bartlett was selected for a variety of reasons, Breaking ground on the new $12 million Olympus facility in Bartlett, TN. Pictured from left to right: Dan Scalzo, VP Service Engineering & Repair Olympus; Michael Terry, SR VP and Partner Renaissance Group; Chris Woods, including the growing President, Chris Woods Construction; Keith McDonald, Mayor City of Bartlett; Joe Doherty, President, Olympus medical device industry Surgical Technologies America; Takeshi Oue, EVP, Olympus Surgical Technologies America; Nacho Abia, President, in the area, significant Olympus Corporation Americas; Allen Borden, Assistant Commissioner of TN Economics & Community Development. advantages in shipping logistics, and its close world-class service to our healthcare customers,” said Nacho proximity to a large number of customers in the eastern US. Abia, President and CEO of Olympus Corporation of the “We look forward to creating more than 280 jobs in the area Americas. “We are fully committed to meeting the Affordable and hiring talent who will play an integral role in providing
Care Act healthcare reform goals of improving clinical outcomes, reducing overall healthcare costs, and enhancing patient satisfaction.” Chris Woods, President of Chris Woods Construction added, “We are thrilled to be working with Olympus, one of the world’s leading medical device companies, on this project. We foresee a great team effort as we complete this project.” The Bartlett facility will be Olympus’ second national service center with the company’s first such facility located in San Jose, CA. The new facility will operate as a service and distribution center for a variety of medical equipment and devices such as endoscopes, surgical devices and generators. The medical business generates more than 75% of Olympus’s revenue and develops unparalleled medical equipment that
empowers healthcare professionals to more easily and effectively diagnose and treat diseases. About Olympus Surgical Technologies America A member of the world-wide Olympus group of companies, Olympus Surgical Technologies America was created in April 2012 to consolidate the North Americanbased research & development and manufacturing of acquired Gyrus ACMI Inc. facilities under Olympus. Olympus Surgical Technologies America is a proven technology leader in the field of minimally invasive surgery (MIS) device development and manufacturing, and has facilities located across the United States. For more information, visit www.olympus-osta.com.
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BARTLETT AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Back row Left to right: Bob Wilson, Chad Smith, Josh McNeil, Chris Ewing, Mark Askew, John Threadgill Front row L to R: Traci Pangonas, Cary Vaughn, Debbie Gelineau, Payton Patterson, Tom Dyer
2017 BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2015-2017
Chris Ewing: Ewing Kessler Scott Franklin: Top RX Shayne Jernigan: First Tennessee Ken Quick: EM Printing Chris Reckert: e-Payment America Cary Vaughn: Love Worth Finding Mark Yoshida: Audiographics Masterworks
Mark Askew: A2H-Engineers-Architect -Planners Dan Byrd: Bank of Bartlett Chris Ezell: Southwest Tennessee Community College Jimmy He: Torin Drive Traci Pangonas: Andy Bâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Entertainment Center Linda Portrum: Smith & Nephew Pam Viar: GNC Stores
Joe Denk: Local ABC 24 Chris Locke: Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett Josh McNeil: Energy Systems Group Payton Patterson: Brother Dan Reid: Renasant Bank Chad Smith: Memphis Funeral Home Bob Wilson: Alliance Group
Chris Blanton: Olympus Tom Dyer (Legal Counsel): Wyatt, Tarrant, Combs Terry Emerick: City of Bartlett
John Threadgill: President
ADVISORY POSITIONS (non-voting) John Churchill: Workforce Development Advisor Susan Lewis: (Ex-Officio Chairman Bartlett Chamber Foundation) Brother Debbie Gelineau: (City of Bartlett Liaison) City of Bartlett, Director Community Development EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Chairman: Chris Locke Immediate Past Chairman: Mark Askew Secretary/Treasurer: Dan Reid Legal Counsel: Tom Dyer Vice-Chair, Economic Development: Chris Ewing Vice-Chair, Governmental Affairs: Cary Vaughn Vice-Chair, Marketing & Communications: Joe Denk Vice Chair, Membership Development: Traci Pangonas President: John Threadgill
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By John Threadgill
OF THE YEAR
ach year the Bartlett Chamber recognizes an individual that has contributed to the growth of our community. An individual who has seized upon an opportunity and created a successful outcome that has benefited not only themselves and their family but numerous others by providing stable and fulfilling employment that in-turn leads to a sustainable environment. We recognize entrepreneurs because they are leaders, willing to take risks and to venture into unchartered waters. It is by far much easier to play it safe and be an employee in a proven and successful organization than it is to forge a new path as an employer. Some may
question the importance of acknowledging the successful businessperson. There are a number of reasons why this Chamber is dedicated to enhancing the image of our members, a few of which are: A. Success in business is rare (8 out of 10 businesses fail within the first 18 months) • Reason #1: Not really in touch with customers • Reason #2: No real differentiation in the market or lack of unique value. • Reason #3: Failure to communicate value in clear, concise and compelling fashion. • Reason #4: Leadership breakdown at the top (founder dysfunction). • Reason #5: Inability to manage cash flow.
“Our business is faith based, we believe that God uses ordinary people for extra ordinary works. I believe that our employees are our greatest asset along with our customers. Without either, we are not Titan Medical.” B. Successful businesses grow the community and create wealth. C. New businesses replace the old which ensures the continuation of each new generation. D. Without business there would be no revenue for government, thus no services nor a rule of law. Too often we, in this country, take our economy for granted. We don’t appreciate the freedom that we enjoy to do business and sadly, too many people are being raised and educated without a real understanding and appreciation for just how difficult it is to succeed in a business venture and how society‘s very survival is dependent on free enterprise. This year, as in the past nine years, we are paying tribute to someone who has created a significant asset for Bartlett and Shelby County. Someone, who deserves our thanks and respect. Robert Kenyon was born nearby in Millington, TN, son of a navy professional, and grew up in Munford and Jackson, TN. The family moved to Dallas when Robert was still in high school and it was at South Grand Prairie HS that our entrepreneur became hooked on machining. It was a skill that was well suited for Robert…it took to him like a duck to water. In 1977 he began his career as a machinist in the defense contracting industry of the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. In 1979 he moved back to Jackson and worked in a large job shop for eleven years that focused primarily in the food industry. In ‘91 Robert moved to Memphis to work in a Job Shop that had a more diverse industrial clientele. It was in 1995 that Robert Kenyon had his first introduction to the medical device industry that would define his career. In October of that year Robert took a job with Premier Tool which was located here in Bartlett (now Odyssey Medical). He started out as a machinist and within 3 years became general manager. In 2003, an opportunity arose in which a group of local business people decided to enter the medical device industry. With Robert Kenyon, as one of its partners and its chief machinist, EMS or Engineered Medical Systems was created. The company grew rapidly and remains one of Bartlett’s largest medical device manufacturing employers. By 2009 Robert was ready for another change and with a couple of partners from West Texas, Titan Medical was formed. With modest beginnings within an industrial park just outside Bartlett, the company expanded each year and soon outgrew its existing facility. In 2014 Titan BARTLETT
acquired the old Radians facility on Bartlett Corporate Dr. to become another Bartlett based medical device manufacturer. Many who know Robert will say he is a man of few words but his action’s speaks volumes. Titan Medical’s first year was less than a million in sales, but six years on, Titan is approaching the $20 million mark. With 42 employees when they first moved to Bartlett, Titan has grown its staff within the last two years by nearly 70% to 68 today. These employees are highly skilled men and women in various areas including Machining, finishing, inspection, packaging and shipping. And because of the challenges in hiring pre-qualified workers, Titan does a lot of On-the-Job Training Robert is adamant in crediting the Titan team for his company’s success. For him the employees and their customers are Titan’s greatest assets. Overall Titan has over 20 customers, about 7 primary customers in the local area and another 15 or so scattered across the country and one international client. Like many of the medical device suppliers in the Memphis area, Titan Medical is a family owned and operated business. His wife, Donna, of 22 years is the CFO. His two sons work at Titan and are quickly learning the business and the daughter is in California working on a doctorate degree. Robert and Donna currently reside in Cordova but have purchased a site in Bartlett on Brunswick Road where they plan to build their new home. Every successful entrepreneur I have ever known seems to have a philosophy that keeps them focused and serves as a guiding principle. Robert is no different. “Our business is faith based, we believe that God uses ordinary people for extra ordinary works. I believe that our employees are our greatest asset along with our customers. Without either, we are not Titan Medical”. Robert is committed to the growth of the medical device industry and is a founding member of the Greater Memphis Medical Device Council and serves on its Board of Directors. He recognizes, through his own personal experience, the need for a sustainable pipeline of skilled workers and that without them the industry cannot prosper. Robert, along with his family and partners, has definitely made an impact on Bartlett and the medical device industry of Shelby County. Seizing opportunities at the right time and place have enabled Robert to fulfill his dreams and to be a leader in his community.
The Bartlett Area Chamber of Commerce (BACC)
represents over 600 businesses throughout Bartlett, Northeast Shelby County, and the greater Memphis area. The mission of the BACC is to advance the long-term prosperity of Bartlett and Northeast Shelby County by sustaining and growing the business community. The companies who are represented within this directory demonstrate their commitment to the current and future prosperity of Bartlett and Northeast Shelby County through their membership in the BACC. By doing business with the companies represented here, you also invest in the economic growth and long-term viability of the community.
Members that have a high level of participation in Chamber Programs & Events
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Committed leaders of the community who fund the BACC’s Economic Development Program, Vision 20/20 Blue text denotes Strategic Leader
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• Hotel & Travel • Individuals • Industrial Supplies & Services • Insurance & Finance • Janitorial Services • Jewelry • Lawn Care, Landscaping & Supplies • Legal Services • Locksmith • Manufacturing, Distribution & Wholesale • Manufacturing – Medical Device • Media • Moving & Storage • Office Equip., Furniture, Supplies & Services • Optometrists • Organizations – Family, Community & Civic • Payroll Services • Pest Control • Pharmacies • Photography & Video • Plumber • Printing • Real Estate – Commercial • Real Estate – Residential • Restaurants, Food & Beverage • Retail – General • Retirement, Assisted Living & Nursing Care • Security • Sports & Recreation • Transportation & Logistics • Veterinarian • Utilities • Waste Removal
Premier companies within the business community and members of the Chamber’s Board of Advisors
Accountants Alexander Thompson Arnold, PLLC 3211 Kirby Whitten Rd. Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 347-0352 mcleancpa.com David R. Patrick, CPA 2755 Summer Oaks Dr., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 386-1150 Fx: (901) 372-1137 Fulton CPAs 3100 Appling Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 452-0558 fultoncpa.com Greg Shelton, CPA 2855 Stage Village Cv., Suite 4 Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 382-0557 Fx: (901) 3828946 • Accounting, auditing and tax services • Business, individuals and non-profits • Bookkeeping and payroll services • Quick Books Pro Advisor • Tax and Financial Planning • Email firstname.lastname@example.org H & R Block 6025 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 384-3582 hrblock.com Jackson, Howell & Associates, PLLC 7240 Goodlett Farms Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 683-5100 jhhcpa.com James E. Ferguson, CPA 6825 Summer Ave., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-9385 Fx: (901) 290-1628 Patrick Accounting & Tax Services, PLLC 5570 Murray Ave., Memphis, TN 38119 Ph: (901) 755-5858 patrickaccounting.com
Rowland & Carter CPA’s, PLLC 7953 Stage Hills Blvd. Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 432-3000 rowlandandcarter.com
Advertising & Marketing Action Advertising Ph: (901) 737-3955 Fx: (901) 737-4198 Black Forest Plaques 5541 Pleasant View, Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-7173 Fx: (901) 385-7194 Cobalt Design 2969 Elmore Park Rd. Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 266-5414 Comcast Spotlight 3251 Players Club Pkwy. Memphis, TN 38125 Ph: (901) 435-4957 comcastspotlight.com Kelley & Associates Advertising 8410 Wolf Lake Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 754-8998 kelleyadv.com Memphis Advertising Concepts Ph: 901-233-5682 memphisadvertisingconcepts.com MidSouth Solutions for Business 2209 Whitten Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 373-8597 midsouthsolutions.net Murry Keith Publication Design Ph: (901) 267-3180 Precison Crystal Gifts & Awards 8420 Wolf Lake Dr., Suite 115 Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 888-1019 precisioncrystal.com
RDJ Specialties, Inc. 7535 Bartlett Corporate Dr. Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 356-4409 rdjs.com Talkin Frogs Print Shop 2932 Alturia Rd. Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 217-9389 www.talkinfrogs.com Ultimate Attire & Solutions Ph: (901) 380-3216 ultimateattire.com
Quail Ridge Apartments 4200 Trenton Dr., Bartlett, TN 38135 Ph: (901) 937-3300 heritageproperties.com Quail Ridge Highlands Apartment Community 6344 Quail Meadow Cv., Bartlett, TN 38135 Ph: (901) 384-4226 heritageproperties.com The Registry at Wolfchase 1810 W. Wolfchase Circle Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 752-3811 registryapts.com
Automotive 3A Collision 6420 Summer Ave. Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 213-4401 3acollision.com Bartlett Body Shop 5775 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 386-5677 Fx: (901)383-9289
Architects & Engineers
Bartlett Tire Service, Inc. 2795 Bartlett Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-3877 bartletttire.com
A2H - Engineers - Architects – Planners 3009 Davies Plantation Rd., Lakeland, TN 38002 Ph: (901) 372-0404 a2h.com
Bartlett Transmission 5861 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 382-0193 bartletttransmissions.com
General Heating & Cooling, Inc. 2800 Shelby St., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-1842
Allen & Hoshall 1661 International Dr., Memphis, TN 38120 Ph: (901) 820-0820 allenhoshall.com
Car Wash USA Express 9122 US Highway 64, Lakeland, TN 38002 Ph: (662) 420-7916 carwashusaexpress.com
HVAC Technologies, Inc. 7560 AE Beaty Dr., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 388-8898 HVACTechnologies.net
Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon, Inc. 60 Germantown Ct., Cordova, TN 38018 Ph: (901) 755-7166 bargewaggoner.com
Christian Brothers Automotive 6677 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 881-6946 christianbrothersauto.com
Johnson Controls Inc. 6935 Appling Farms Pkwy. Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 383-5731 johnsoncontrols.com
Renaissance Group 9700 Village Cr., Lakeland, TN 38002 Ph: (901) 332-5533 rgroup.biz
Collisionworx Express Inc. 2501 Whitten Rd., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 373-4100 collisionworxmemphis.com
Ross Witt, PLLC 6500 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 231-9488 rosswitt.com
Collisionworx, Inc. 6916 Appling Farms Pkwy., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 385-1222 collisionworxmemphis.com
Air Conditioning & Heating Ewing Kessler, Inc 1631 Century Center Pkwy. Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 654-2400 ewingkessler.com
Montgomery Heating & Air Conditioning PO Box 341272, Bartlett, TN 38184 Ph: (901) 372-6021 Fx: (901) 372-6021 National HVAC Service 1835 Nonconnah Blvd. Memphis, TN 38132 Ph: (901) 345-5700 nationalhvacservice.com Service Experts Heating & AC 7470 Bartlett Corporate Cv. W. Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 251-3254 serviceexpertsmemphis.com Trane 1775 Pyramid Pl., Memphis, TN 38132 Ph: (901) 345-6000 trane.com/memphis
Apartments Arium Shelby Farms 1400 Greenbrook Pkwy. Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 386-1991 ariumshelbyFarms.com Bartlett Heights-Boyd Lane Apartments 6130 Bartlett View Ln. Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 388-6901 hmheckle.com Country Side North Apartments 6934 Country Manor Dr. Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 377-4025 Fx: (901) 377-3923 countrysidenorthapts.com Legends at Wolfchase 8840 Bristol Park Dr., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 266-0755 legendsatwolfchaseapts.com Lincoln at Wolfchase Apartment Homes 2460 Vintage Dr. Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 380-0188 LincolnWolfchase.com
Arts & Entertainment Bartlett Arts Council 6025 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 237-2599 bartlettartscouncil.com Bartlett Performing Arts & Conference Center 3663 Appling Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 385-6440 bpacc.org Bluff City Escape Room 6759 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 384-1864 bluffcityescaperooms.com Canvas Therapy 2965 N. Germantown Rd. Ste. 106 Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 290-8452 canvastherapy.com Davies Manor Association 3570 Davieshire Dr., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 386-0715 daviesmanorplantation.org Hollywood 20 Cinema 6711 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 763-3456 moviepage.com Malco Theatres 5851 Ridgeway Center, Memphis, TN 38120 Ph: (901) 761-3480 malco.com Pinot’s Palette 8225 Dexter Rd., Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 647-8486 pinotspalette.com/Cordova Rockin’ Robin’s (Mobile) DJs Ph: (901) 937-5444 rockinrobinsdjs.com We ‘Custom Fit’ each event with many choices And options to create the absolute Best Experience Specializing in Weddings, Corporate Events, Birthday’s School Dances, Reunions, Graduations and More! Thomas Kinkade Inspiration Art Gallery 2760 N Germantown Pkwy., Ste 112 Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 257-1212 thomaskinkadememphis.com
Desoto Collision Center of Wolfchase 7601 US Highway 64, Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 207-4263 desotocollision.com Mathis Tire & Auto Service Inc 5975 Bartlett Center Dr., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 373-6265 mathistire.com Mr. Quick Tune, Inc. 5941 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 382-2530 mrquicktune.com NAPA Auto Parts 7415 Stage Rd. Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 380-6900 napaonline.com Pashby’s Automotive, LLC 6250 Summer Ave. Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 382-9191 Sound Waves, Inc. 7585 Stage Rd., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 377-1001 soundwavesmemphis.com Uncle Dave’s Auto Repair 6809 Summer Ave., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 368-4004 uncledavesauto.com Vans To Go Inc. 5472 Summer Ave., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 382-7676 vanstogo.com Warr & Geurin Garage 2878 Bartlett Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 386-4755 wggarage.com
Automotive Dealerships AutoNation Ford Lincoln Wolfchase 7925 Highway 64, Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 382-5555 autonationfordwolfchase.net City Auto 4932 Elmore Rd., Memphis, TN 38128 Ph: (901) 377-9502 cityauto.com
MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY 2017 Infiniti of Memphis 3060 N. Germantown Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 432-8200 infinitiofmemphis.com
Independent Bank 5995 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 842-1210 bankonline.com
Serra Chevrolet 7850 Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 382-5644 serrabartlett.com
Leaders Credit Union 2724 Summer Oaks Dr., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 682-5626 leaderscu.com
Sunrise Buick GMC at Wolfchase 8500 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 333-8000 sunrisememphis.com
Pinnacle Financial Partners 894 N Germantown Pkwy. Ste #4 Cordova, TN 38018 Ph: (901) 624-9469 pnfp.com
Wolfchase Honda 2982 N. Germantown Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 255-3700 wolfchasehonda.com Wolfchase Nissan 2956 N. Germantown Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 255-3800 wolfchasenissan.com
Banking & Finance BancorpSouth bancorpsouth.com 8340 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 385-1473 6675 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 382-2265 Bank of Bartlett bankofbartlett.com 3691 Austin Peay Hwy., Memphis, TN 38128 Ph: (901) 382-6600 Fx: (901) 382-6626 678 N Germantown Pkwy., Cordova, TN 38018 Ph: (901) 382-6600 Fx: (901) 624-1025 6281 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 382-6600 Fx: (901) 382-6653 7984 Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 382-6600 Fx: (901) 842-4810 9915 Highway 64, #101, Lakeland, TN 38002 Ph: (901) 382-6600 Fx: (901) 328-6620 • Personal Loans • Business Loans • Mortgage Loans • Auto Loans • Home Construction • Travel Division First Bank 8398 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 462-0145 firstbankonline.com First Citizens National Bank 7580 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 213-9900 firstcnb.com
First South Financial 6471 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 380-7400 firstsouth.com Independently ranked as one of the strongest financial institutions in the nation. Multiple branch locations throughout the Mid-South to meet all of your banking needs. You can bank on us! First Tennessee Small Business Advocate firsttennessee.com 5931 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-3012 • 6891 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 385-3029 • 2750 N. Germantown Pkwy., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 387-3800 We offer a broad range of services, including: deposits, personal loans, credit cards, retirement planning, as well as business cash management. Our focus is delivering personal service and financial integrity every day. BARTLETT
Regions Bank regions.com 7790 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 385-4025 3020 Kirby Whitten Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 388-1621 6231 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-5900 Renasant Bank renasantbank.com 2323 N. Germantown Pkwy., Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 379-9912 5240 Poplar Ave., Memphis, TN 38119 Ph: (901) 684-0670 Safari Financial 319 Vann Drive E191, Jackson, TN 38305 Ph: (731) 217-1731 SafariFinancial.com
Business Referral Network Ph: (901) 873-0085 brnmemphis.com Cash in a Flash Check Advance 6337 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 937-6919 cashinaflashmemphis.com
Economic Development Growth Engine - EDGE 100 Peabody Pl., Memphis, TN 38103 Ph: (901) 341-2100 Growth-Engine.org E-PaymentAmerica 7556 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 385-5395 epaymentamerica.com Look to us for your Credit Card Processing • Lower Rates • Next-Day Funding • 24/7 Customer Support • Field Tech Support • EMV & PCI Compliance • Yapyzal - Sell on Facebook Express Courier International, Inc. 6419 Shelby View Dr., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 521-8282 expresscourier.net
GMACW - Greater Memphis Alliance Competitive Workforce One Commerce Sq., Memphis, TN 38103 Ph: (901) 614-1099 gmacw.com
Southern Security Federal Credit Union 8058 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 388-3637 southernsecurity.org
GMMDC - Greater Memphis Medical Device Council 2969 Elmore Park Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-9457 gmmdc.org
SunTrust Bank 6633 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 373-8400 suntrust.com
Mid-South Independent Electrical Contractors 2814 Stage Center Dr., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 682-3546 midsouthiec.org
Trustmark Bank trustmark.com 5350 Poplar Ave., Memphis, TN 38119 Ph: (901) 309-8309 6767 Summer Ave., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 386-3131
National Write Your Congressman Ph: (901) 605-5774 nwyc.com
Beauty Salon & Spa Kenny NailSpa, LLC 2990 Kirby Whitten Rd. Ste. 103 Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 567-8888 kennynailspa.com Paul Mitchell The School - Memphis 8000 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 377-1701 memphis.paulmitchell.edu Today’s Headlines Salon 2850 Stage Village Cv., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-4327
Business & Professional Services Bartlett Area Chamber of Commerce 2969 Elmore Park Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-9457 bartlettchamber.org Behind the Scenes 7850 Stage Hills Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 937-3920 btsmemphis.com Beverly Holmgren - Grantwriter Ph: (901) 387-1556 Blue Line Investigations Ph: (901) 266-7100 bluelineinvestigations.net
Port Alliance / H. Saga Int’l 12029 Mott Street Arlington, TN 38002 Ph: (901) 878-3236 port-alliance.com SCORE 5100 Poplar Ave., Memphis, TN 38137 Ph: (901) 544-3588 scorememphis.org Tech Masters, LLC 4552 Hickory Creek Drive, Bartlett, TN 38135 Ph: (901) 359-8951 techmastersllc.com The Redwing Group, LLC 40 South Main Street, Memphis, TN 38103 Ph: (901) 207-3889 theredwinggroup.com The UPS Store 6025 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-8701 theupsstorelocal.com/0869
Carpet, Flooring Sales & Service Builders Floors & Interiors 3085 Stage Post Dr., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 382-2155 buildersfloorsandinteriors.com Floor & Décor 5234 Summer Ave. Memphis, TN 38122 Ph: (901) 800-5670 FloorandDecor.com PSH Cleaning 5640 Summer Ave., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 572-1049 pshcleaning.net
Stanley Steemer/Elesco, Inc. 1250 Big Orange Rd., Cordova, TN 38018 Ph: (901) 751-8111 stanleysteemer.com
Comcast 3251 Players Club Pkwy., Memphis, TN 38125 Ph: (901) 435-9871 comcast.com
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Commercial Appeal/Bartlett Weekly 495 Union Ave., Memphis, TN 38103 Ph: (901) 529-2345 commercialappeal.com
Little Bears Pre School 6975 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 373-8687 littlebearspreschool.com
Chiropractic Care Cole Pain Therapy Group 2845 Summer Oaks Dr., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 377-2340 ColePainTherapyGroup.com Kirby Whitten Chiropractic 3189 Kirby Whitten Pwky., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 922-5398 kwchiro.com The Joint. the chiropractic place 2200 N. Germantown Pkwy., Memphis, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 386-0811 wolfchase.thejoint.com
Churches Bartlett United Methodist Church 5676 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 386-4563 bartlettumc.org Decatur Trinity Christian Church 2449 Altruria Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 388-4511 decaturtrinity.org Faith Baptist Church 3755 N. Germantown Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 386-4785 myfaithbaptist.org Fullview Missionary Baptist Church 7100 Memphis Arlington Rd., Bartlett, TN 38135 Ph: (901) 377-0341 fullviewbaptist.org St. Ann Catholic Church 6529 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 373-6011 stannbartlett.org St. Elisabeth’s Church 6033 Old Brownsville Rd. Bartlett, TN 38135 Ph: (901) 372-2753 stelisabeths.org St. Philip’s Episcopal Church 9380 Davies Plantation Rd. Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 388-9830 stphilipmemphis.org
Collection Agency Regional Adjustment Bureau, Inc. 1900 Charles Bryan, Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 382-0250 rabinc.com S & S Recovery, Inc. 4210 Altruria Rd., Bartlett, TN 38135 Ph: (901) 386-0710 ssrecoveryinc.com
Communications & Media AT&T 6055 Primacy Pkwy., Memphis, TN 38119 Ph: (901) 820-0428 att.com Bartlett Express - Journal West 10 Media 2850 Stage Village Cv., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 433-9138 bartlett-express.com C Spire 2760 N. Germantown Pkwy., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 258-9865 cspire.com
Cricket 8230 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 435-6307 Cumulus Media 5629 Murray Rd., Memphis, TN 38119 Ph: (901) 682-1106 kix106.com Essary Communications 5705 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 266-5005 essarycommunications.com
C-1, Inc. Construction 6409 Summer Gale Dr., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 377-2696 c-1inc.com • New Construction & Custom Building • Renovation & Remodeling • Disaster Restoration (fire, wind, water) • Roofing, Painting, Flooring • Project Development & Consulting • Temporary & Emergency Services Champion Windows 6936 Appling Farms Pkwy., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 565-7800 championfactorydirect.com Chris Woods Construction Co. Inc. 8068 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 386-3182 chriswoodsconstruction.com
Integrated Communications, Inc. 6630 Reese Rd., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 366-4412 iciwireless.com
Elite Southern Construction 154 Timber Creek Dr. Ste. 5 Cordova, TN 38018 Ph: (901) 871-7663
KWAM AM 990 5495 Murray Rd., Memphis, TN 38119 Ph: (901) 261-4200 kwam990.com
Ewing Kessler, Inc 1631 Century Center Pwky., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 654-2400 ewingkessler.com
Local ABC 24 1725 N. Shelby Oaks Dr., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 321-7623 localmemphis.com
JESCO, Inc. Construction 600 S. Perkins Rd., Memphis, TN 38117 Ph: (901) 682-9805 jescoinc.net
Love Worth Finding Ministries 2941 Kate Bond Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 382-7900 lwf.org
Johnson Controls Inc. 6935 Appling Farms Pkwy., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 383-5731 johnsoncontrols.com
Mighty Media Group, LP 230-2 East Goodman Rd., Southaven, MS 38671 Ph: (901) 272-0008 lovetherebel.com
Linkous Construction 1661 Aaron Brenner Dr, Suite 207, Memphis, TN 38120 Ph: (901) 754-0700 linkousconstruction.com
Verizon Wireless 2323 N. Germantown Pkwy., Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 377-4990 verizonwireless.com Verzion TCC 750 N. Germantown Pkwy., Cordova, TN 38018 Ph: (901) 737-0708 ecellularconnection.com WKNO TV/FM 7151 Cherry Farms Rd., Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 458-2521 wkno.org
Computer & Technology Computers & Networks, Inc. 4005 S. Mendenhall Rd, Memphis, TN 38115 Ph: (901) 362-7926 cnworks.com Micro Computer Technologies, Inc. 7395 US Highway 64, Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 754-3757 mctcomputer.com P3iSystems 2960 N. Stage Plaza N., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 313-8336 p3isys.com Snappy Computers 5786 Stage Rd. Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-9004 snappycomputer.com
Construction All-Phase Paving and Sealcoating Asphalt Maintenance Ph: (901) 351-1529 Brian Elder Roofing 11125 US Highway 70 Arlington, TN 38002 Ph: (901) 848-2546 brianelderroofing.com
Reid Homes, Inc. 2845 Stage Center Cv., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-8500 reidhomes.com Trane 1775 Pyramid Pl., Memphis, TN 38132 Ph: (901) 345-6000 trane.com/memphis
Dental Care Appling Dental Group 2705 Appling Rd., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 388-9110 thememphisdentist.com Bartlett Dental Associates, PLC 3105 Kirby Whitten Pkwy., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 388-9883 bartlettdentalassociates.com Bartlett Oral Maxillofacial Surgery 6425 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 382-8500 marodahopkins.com Bartlett Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics 3071 Kirby Whitten Pkwy., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 382-1564 bartlettpediatricdentistry.com Damron Dental Care 2798 Bartlett Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 377-6453 damrondentalcare.com Johnson Orthodontics 6551 Stage Oaks Dr., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 386-5800 johnsonortho.com Pat Barnes, DDS 2625 Appling Rd., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 373-4344
MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY 2017 Timothy J. Hacker, DDS 2855 Summer Oaks Dr., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 377-3988 drtimhacker.com
Bethel University 5885 Ridgeway Center Pkwy., Memphis, TN 38120 Ph: (901) 767-2367 bethelSUCCESS.net
Volner Family Dental 6500 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 388-0980 volnerfamilydental.com
Christian Brothers University 650 E Parkway South, Memphis, TN 38104 Ph: (901) 321-3291 cbu.edu
Concorde Career College 5100 Poplar Ave., Memphis, TN 38137 Ph: (901) 761-9494 concorde.edu
Next Day Access, LLC 8500 Wolf Lake Dr., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 386-1830 nextdayaccess.com Open Arms Care 5120 Yale Rd., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 371-9774 openarmscare.org St. John’s Community Services 7891 Stage Hills Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 384-3645 sjcs.org
Dry Cleaners Dry Clean Super Center of Bartlett 3050 Kirby Whitten Pkwy., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 387-0255 dcscbartlett.com
Education Bartlett City Schools 5650 Woodlawn St., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 202-0855 www.bartlettschools.org Altruria Elementary School 6641 Deermont Dr., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 373-2600 aes.bartlettschools.org Appling Middle School 3700 Appling Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 373-1410 Ams.bartlettschools.org Bartlett Elementary School 3932 Billy Maher Rd., Bartlett, TN 38135 Ph: (901) 373-2610 bes.bartlettschools.org Bartlett High School 5688 Woodlawn Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 373-2620 bhs.bartlettschools.org Bartlett Ninth Grade Academy 4734 Shadowlawn Rd., Arlington, TN 38002 Ph: (901) 373-2654 Ba.bartlettschools.org Bon Lin Elementary School 3940 N. Germantown Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 937-2344 bles.bartlettschools.org Bon Lin Middle School 3862 N. Germantown Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 347-1520 blms.bartlettschools.org Ellendale Elementary School 6950 Dawnhill Rd., Bartlett, TN 38135 Ph: (901) 373-2636 ees.bartlettschools.org Elmore Park Middle School 6330 Althrone Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 373-2642 Epms.bartlettschools.org Oak Elementary School 3573 Oak Rd., Bartlett, TN 38135 Ph: (901) 373-2646 oes.bartlettschools.org Rivercrest Elementary 4825 Rivercrest Ln., Bartlett, 38135 Ph: (901) 373-1373 res.bartlettschools.org Bartlett Education Foundation 2969 Elmore Park Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-9457 bartletteducationfoundation.org Belhaven University 1790 Kirby Pwky., Memphis, TN 38138 Ph: (901) 896-0184 memphis.belhaven.edu BARTLETT
Durham School Services 2471 Covington Pk., Memphis, TN 38128 Ph: (901) 381-1277 durhamschoolservices.com
Greater Memphis Alliance for a Competitive Workforce – GMACW One Commerce Sq., Memphis, TN 38103 Ph: (901) 614-1099 gmacw.com Immanuel Lutheran School 6319 Raleigh LaGrange Rd., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 388-0205 ilsmemphis.org Learning Health & Wellness, LLC 2969 Elmore Park Rd Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 326-9683 LearnAnatomy3D.com Moore Tech 1200 Poplar Ave., Memphis, TN 38104 Ph: (901) 726-1977 mooretech.org National College 5760 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 213-1681 www.national-college.edu Paul Mitchell The School - Memphis 8000 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 377-1701 memphis.paulmitchell.edu Southwest TN Community College 5983 Macon Cv., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 333-4986 southwest.tn.edu St. Ann Catholic Church 6529 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 373-6011 stannbartlett.org Tennessee College of Applied Technology 550 Alabama Ave. Memphis, TN 30105 Ph: (901) 543-6100 tcatmemphis.edu Tipton Rosemark Academy 8696 Rosemark Rd., Rosemark, TN 38053 Ph: (901) 829-4221 tiptonrosemarkacademy.net Webster University 5722 Integrity Dr., Millington, TN 38054 Ph: (901) 873-1531 webster.edu/memphis
Electrical Contractor Dennis Electric, Inc. 7560 Bartlett Corporate Dr., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 382-8150 denniselectric.com Ellendale Electric Company 7722 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 382-0045 ellendale-electric.com
Employment Service Aerotek 7000 Goodlett Farms Pkwy., Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 462-2100 aerotek.com
Alliance Services 11121 Highway 70, Suite 202 Arlington, TN 38002 Ph: (901) 860-4213 alliancesrvcs.com Randstad 7780 Highway 64, Suite 105, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 937-0387 randstad.com TN Career Center - Memphis Raleigh 4240 Hickory Hill Rd., Memphis, TN 38141 Ph: (901) 365-3205
Environmental Services A2H - Engineers - Architects – Planners 3009 Davies Plantation Rd., Lakeland, TN 38002 Ph: (901) 372-0404 a2h.com ACI Environmental Associates, Inc 2969 Elmore Park Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 382-4767 Fx: (901) 382-9689 Energy Cost Reducers LLC 1931 Thomas Rd., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 286-3277 energycostreducers.net ESG - Energy Systems Group 5100 Poplar Ave., Ste. 2700 Memphis, TN 38137 Ph: (812) 492-3739 energysystemsgroup.com Ewing Kessler, Inc 1631 Century Center Pwky., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 654-2400 ewingkessler.com General Construction Services 5324 Crestview Dr., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-8606 gcstn.com Green Building Initiative 2104 SE Morrison St., Portland, OR 97214 Ph: (503) 546-2287 thegbi.org GreenPlanet Inc. 2750 Elmore Park Rd. Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 315-6004 greenplanetmanagement.com Memphis Light Gas Water Division PO Box 430, Memphis, TN 38101 Ph: (901) 348-5101 mlgw.com Trane 1775 Pyramid Pl., Memphis, TN 38132 Ph: (901) 345-6000 trane.com/memphis
Event Facilities, Rentals & Planning Andy B’s Entertainment Center 6276 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 386-7701 andybbartlett.com “Bowling as it should Be” • Corporate Groups and Lock Ins • Private VIB Lanes • League Bowling • Fun for Kids and Adults • Full Kitchen and Bar • Birthday Parties
Banquet Halls of the Mid-South 2758 Bartlett Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 314-9000 BanquetHallsMidSouth.com “Everything Banquet Halls” Banquet halls big or small, we have them all! We are your one-stop shop Weddings & Receptions Corporate Events & Parties ‘Best catering in town – Memphis’ Best since 1923 Halls- decor - cakes- catering -decor & more
Singleton Community Center 7266 Third Rd., Bartlett, TN 38135 Ph: (901) 385-5593 cityofbartlett.org
Bartlett Event Center 5803 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 388-0466
Unique Catering and Event Center 2751 Bartlett Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 937-0828 uniquecateringandeventcenter.com
Bartlett Performing Arts & Conference Center 3663 Appling Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 385-6440 bpacc.org Bartlett Station Municipal Center 5868 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 380-4771 cityofbartlett.org Behind the Scenes 7850 Stage Hills Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 937-3920 btsmemphis.com Bridge of Bartlett Ballroom 6001 Bartlett Center Dr., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 314-9000 banquethallsmidsouth.com Classic Party Rentals 3347 Pearson Rd., Memphis, TN 38118 Ph: (901) 366-0670 classicpartyrentals.com Colonial Country Club 2736 Countrywood Pkwy., Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 388-6150 colonialcountryclub.org Davies Manor Association 3570 Davieshire Dr., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 386-0715 daviesmanorplantation.org Esplanade Memphis 901 Cordova Station Ave., Cordova, TN 38018 Ph: (901) 753-3333 esplanadememphis.com Exhibit A, Inc. 5975 Airline Rd., Arlington, TN 38002 Ph: (901) 867-7777 exhibitainc.com Hicks Convention Services & Special Events 935 Rayner St., Memphis, TN 38114 Ph: (901) 272-1171 hicksconventions.com Hillwood at Davies Manor 3570 Davieshire Dr., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 386-0715 daviesmanorplantation.org Hotshots Photobooth Ph: (901) 870-7371 hotshotsbooth.com Pinot’s Palette 8225 Dexter Rd., Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 647-8486 pinotspalette.com/Cordova Pump It Up Bartlett 8000 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 386-8700 pumpitupparty.com Rockin’ Robin’s (Mobile) DJs Ph: (901) 937-5444 rockinrobinsdjs.com We ‘Custom Fit’ each event with many choices And options to create the absolute Best Experience Specializing in Weddings, Corporate Events, Birthday’s School Dances, Reunions, Graduations and More!
Special Event Service & Rental Inc. 5747 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 382-2333 specialeventrent.com St. Columba Conference and Retreat Center 4577 Billy Maher Rd., Memphis, TN 38135 Ph: (901) 377-9284 saintcolumbamemphis.org
Florist Bartlett Florist, Inc. 5782 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 388-0131 bartlettflorist.com Holliday Flowers, Inc. Bartlett 6779 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 388-9800 hollidayflowers.com Pugh’s Flowers 2435 Whitten Rd., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 372-4380 pughs.com
Funeral Home Bartlett Funeral Home 5803 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-5555 bartlettfuneralhome.com Forest Hill Funeral Home & Memorial Park 2440 Whitten Rd. Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 382-1000 foresthillfh.com Memphis Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens 3700 N. Germantown Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 725-0100 memphisfuneralhome.net Roller Family Funeral Home 3651 Austin Peay Hwy., Memphis, TN 38128 Ph: (901) 371-9500 rollerfuneralhomes.com
Government City of Bartlett 6400 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-6400 cityofbartlett.org Even with a population approaching 60,000, Bartlett still maintains that small town feeling! The City has a low crime rate, 29 City parks, first class Fire & Police Departments and great Bartlett schools.
Bartlett Fire Department 2939 Altruria Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-5536 cityofbartlett.org/depts/fire.htm Bartlett Police Department 3730 Appling Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 385-5500 bartlettpolice.org Bartlett Animal Shelter 5520 Shelter Run Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-6484 Bartlett Performing Arts & Conference Center 3663 Appling Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-6440 www.bpacc.org Bartlett Public Library 5884 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 386-8968 cityofbartlett.org/library Bartlett Recreation Center 7700 Flaherty Pl., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 385-6470
Bartlett Senior Center 5727 Woodlawn St., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-6439 Bartlett Station Municipal Center 5868 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 380-4771 Bartlett Citizens Services 6382 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-6429 Bartlett Code Enforcement 6382 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-6425 Bartlett Community Relations 5868 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-5589 Bartlett City Court 3730 Appling Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-5580 Bartlett Engineering 6382 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-6417 Bartlett Finance Department 6400 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-6428 Bartlett Mayors Office 6400 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-6444 Bartlett Parks & Recreation 5868 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-5590 Bartlett Personnel Department 6400 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-6430 Bartlett Planning Department 6382 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-6417 Bartlett Public Works 3585 Alturia, Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-5570 Singleton Community Center 7266 Third Rd., Bartlett, TN 38135 Ph: (901) 385-5593
Economic Development Growth Engine - EDGE 100 Peabody Pl., Memphis, TN 38103 Ph: (901) 341-2100 Growth-Engine.org Memphis - Shelby County Airport Authority 2491 Winchester Rd., Memphis, TN 38116 Ph: (901) 922-8000 flymemphis.com Shelby County Government 160 N. Main St., Memphis, TN 38103 Ph: (901) 222-2300 shelbycountytn.gov
Health Care ALSAC/St. Jude 51 Germantown Ct., Cordova, TN 38018 Ph: (901) 373-5051 stjude.org American Esoteric Laboratories 1701 Century Center Cv., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 432-8606 ael.com Cole Pain Therapy Group 2845 Summer Oaks Dr., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 377-2340 ColePainTherapyGroup.com Confidential Care Mobile Ministry 2763 Summer Oaks Dr. Ste. 101 Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 476-6528 confidentialcaremm.org
MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY 2017 CORPRO CPR Ph: (901) 569-2929 CORPROCPR.COM EMHC - Emergency Mobile Health Care, LLC 6972 Appling Farms Pwky., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 377-9948 emhcambulance.com Ervin Hypnosis Center, LLC 2865 Summer Oaks Dr., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 826-4389 ervinhypnosiscenter.com Footsteps In Eden (Reflexology) Ph: (901) 674-3934 footstepsineden.com Lifeblood Mid-South Regional Blood Center 7505 US Highway 64, Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 522-8585 lifeblood.org
Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett Imaging Center 7900 Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 620-2680 saintfrancisimaging.com Our wide bore MRI allows claustrophobic and larger patients to feel comfortable. Services include CT, ultrasound, mammography, and digital x-ray. Ask your doctor to schedule your procedure at Saint Francis Bartlett. Top RX, Inc. 2950 Brother Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 373-9314 toprx.com
Health Care - Hospital Baptist Memorial Health Care Corp 350 N. Humphreys Blvd., Memphis, TN 38120 Ph: (901) 227-3505 bmhcc.org Lakeside Behavioral Health System 2911 Brunswick Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 377-4700 lakesidebhs.com Methodist LeBonheur Healthcare 3960 New Covington Pike, Memphis, TN 38128 Ph: (901) 516-1400 methodisthealth.org • 260-bed community hospital serving the Raleigh• Bartlett area as well as North Shelby and Tipton counties • Patient- and family-centered care • ER, certified chest pain center, cardiac care, • inpatient care, surgical services, outpatient • services, Total Joint Center and wound healing services • Methodist Memphis Hospitals was recognized as • the best hospital in Memphis by U.S. News & World
Saint Francis Hospital – Bartlett 2986 Kate Bond Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 820-7000 SaintFrancisBartlett.com • 196-bed full service community hospital offering a wide range of services including emergency care, intensive care, a family birthing center, cardiology, oncology, and robotic surgery • Earned an “A” Hospital Safety Score from The Leapfrog Group • Chest Pain Center accreditation from the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care • Primary Stroke Center certification from The Joint Commission • Emergency Room online check-in at www.BartlettEmergencyRoom.com
Health Care - Medical Supplies Wolfchase Limb & Brace 7625 US Highway 64, Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 507-7821 mywlb.com BARTLETT
Health Care - Physical Therapy Cole Pain Therapy Group 2845 Summer Oaks Dr., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 377-2340 ColePainTherapyGroup.com Rehab Etc. Physical Therapy 8070 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 266-3838 myrehabetc.com
Saint Francis Sports Medicine and Rehab Ctr 8025 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 382-6280 saintfrancisbartlett.com Our team of physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech therapists are highly skilled in treating a variety of diagnoses including post-operative orthopedic surgery, sports rehabilitation, neck and back injuries, stroke, and difficulty with mobility or falls.
Health Care - Physician Apex Primary Health Care, P.C. 7625 US Highway 64, Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 213-1110 apexprimaryhealthcare.com Bartlett Internal Medicine 6570 Summer Oaks Cv., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 373-7100 Bartlett Women’s Clinic 2996 Kate Bond Rd. Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 937-0038 sfmp.com/doctors/rye-estepp/ Christopher L. Hendrix, DPM, PC 7400 Stage Rd., Bartlet, Tn 38133 Ph: (901)-207-5176 hendrixclinic.cim Comprehensive Pain Specialists 6570 Stage Rd., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (615) 426-9829 cpspain.com Family Medicine Group, PLLC 2996 Kate Bond Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 386-4423 Med Post Urgent Care 1520 Bonnie Ln., Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 791-9060 medpost.com Memphis Children’s Clinic, PLLC 3155 Kirby Whitten Pkwy., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 396-0390 North Internal Medicine, PC - Douglas O’Dea, MD 7378 Yale Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 387-0193 northinternalmedicine.com
Saint Francis Medical Partners – Bartlett saintfrancismedicalpartners.com 8025 US Highway 64, Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 382-2044 6644 Summer Knoll Cr., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 266-4112 • Board Certified Family Physicians • Same-Day & Walk-In Visits • Complete Family Healthcare • Most Insurance Plans Accepted • New Patients of All Ages Welcome
Home Improvement Bath Fitter 6469 Appling Farms Pwky., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 386-5495 bathfitter.com Fix-N-2 Home Repairs Ph: (901) 497-3940
Lucius Complete Home Repair Inc. 2874 Price Dr., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 752-1232 luciusroofing.com Neighborhood Pro Builders, Inc. Ph: (901) 388-2402 facebook.com/neighborhoodprobuilders Servicemaster by Capital Construction 89 N. Cooper St., Memphis, TN 38104 Ph: (901) 457-9959 servicemasterbycapital.com Stewart Brothers Hardware 7715 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 377-1234 stewartbros.doitbest.com Tuff Shed 5300 Pleasant View Rd., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 801-5791 tuffshed.com
Hotels & Travel AAA Auto Club Group 990 N. Germantown Rd., Cordova, TN 38018 Ph: (901) 751-4596 aaasouth.com/jimmy.trammell Best Western Galleria Inn & Suites 8635 US Highway 64, Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 372-0000 bestwesternmemphis.com Cruise Planners 4664 Orange Tulip Drive Bartlett, TN 38135 Ph: (901) 347-0702 clearwatercruising.com Dreams Unlimited Travel Ph: (901) 672-0761 ytbtravel.com/MarianReimann Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott 8489 Highway 64, Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 381-0085 marriott.com/memme Hampton Inn & Suites 2935 N. Germantown Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 382-2050 hamptoninn.com/hi/mem-wolfchase Hilton Garden Inn Memphis-Wolfchase 7955 Market Plaza, Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 849-5655 memphiswolfchasegalleria.hgi.com Holiday Inn & Suites Memphis Wolfchase Galleria 2751 New Brunswick Rd., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 266-1952 holidayinn.com/wolfchasetn • Full-service Hotel with Luxury Rooms and Suites • Indoor Heated Pool & Spa • 2000sqft Banquet and Meeting Space • Full Service Restaurant and Catering • Kids Stay and Eat Free • Fitness Center, Business Center, Gift Shop Hyatt Place Memphis-Wolfchase 7905 Giacosa Pl., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 371-0010 memphiswolfchasegalleria.place.hyatt.com/ Memphis Convention & Visitors Bureau 47 Union Ave., Memphis, TN 38103 Ph: (901) 543-5300 memphistravel.com Quality Inn & Suites 1556 Sycamore View Rd., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 373-8200 qualityinnandsuites.com Springhill Suites by Marriott 2800 New Brunswick Rd., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 380-9700
Travel Leaders 2765 Wolf Creek Pkwy., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 377-6600 gotravelleaders.com
Individuals Bobby and Sherry Simmons Ph: (901) 573-7000 Paula Sedgwick Ph: (901) 491-9166 Ronnie Hayse Ph: (901) 604 7722
Individual Supplies & Services American Paper & Twine Co. 3695 Knight Rd., Memphis, TN 38118 Ph: (901) 542-0090 shopapt.com IAC Supply Solutions 7979 Brother Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 383-1865 iaccompanies.com United Rentals 6600 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 266-4005 unitedrentals.com
Insurance & Finance Allstate Insurance Agency - Hooten-Hughes 6803 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 373-6060 agents.allstate.com/angie-hooten-hughes-memphis-tn. html
Port Alliance / H. Saga Int’l 12029 Mott Street Arlington, TN 38002 (901) 878-3236 port-alliance.com Sneed Insurance 6645 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-4580 sneedinsurance.com State Farm Insurance - Bob Simpson 7124 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 381-1233 bobsimpson.org State Farm Insurance – Heath Johnson 2657 Appling Road, Suite 101 Bartlett, TN 38134-8309 Ph: (901) 372-2228 mymemphisagent.com Volner Financial Group, Inc 2854 Stage Center Dr., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-1200 volnerfinancial.com
Janitorial Service EnviroUSA 7850 Stage Hills Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 754-3060 memphisofficecleaning.net ISS Facility Services Inc. 3043 Broad Ave., Memphis, TN 38112 Ph: (901) 452-3770 us.issworld.com Jan-Pro Cleaning Systems of Memphis 1669 Kirby Pwky., Memphis, TN 38120 Ph: (901) 683-4900 jan-pro.com
Collier Insurance 606 S. Mendenhall, Memphis, TN 38117 Ph: (901) 271-2067 collier.com
Office Keepers, LLC 7895 Stage Hills Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 380-9333 officekeepers.com
Edward Jones - Randy Lillard 7980 Brother Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 382-9924 edwardjones.com
Farmers Insurance - Mark Peacock 7929 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 382-2218 farmersagent.com/mpeacock Farmers Insurance - Paul Kaiser 7929 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 385-8500 farmersagent.com/pkaiser First Metropolitan Financial Serv., Inc 7124 Stage Rd., Ste. 105 Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 388-3814 FirstMetropolitanFinancial.net Four Way Insurance 7909 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 386-1888 fourwayinsurance.com Jeff Herman - State Farm Insurance 3205 Kirby Whitten Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 388-4402 jeffhermaninsurance.com Kellon Insurance Agency, Inc. 2951 Elmore Park Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 386-2400 kelloninsurance.com McDonald Insurance and Financial Services 5820 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-1234 mcdonaldins.net Morton Insurance, Inc. 2865 Summer Oaks Dr., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 382-4600 mortonagency.com Peterson Insurance Services, Inc. 8046 N. Brother Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 386-4777 peterson-insurance.com
Pandora Jewelry 2760 N. Germantown Pkwy., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 380-1800 pandora.net Platinum Jewelers 2200 N Germantown Pkwy., Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 387-1005 platinumjewelers.com Wiemar’s Jewelry 7525 US Highway 64, Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 382-4982
Lawn Care, Landscaping & Supplies Bartlett Nursery & Landscaping 7157 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 382-2521 bartlettnursery.net Bartlett Small Engines 6780 Summer Ave., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 386-9779 bartlettsmallengines.com BeautyLawn Spray 5858 Jetway Ave., Arlington, TN 38002 Ph: (901) 867-8335 beautylawnspray.com Brewer’s Pool & Landscaping Co. 6620 Summer Ave., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 377-3059 brewerpools.com Herbi-Systems, Inc. 7551 Bartlett Corporate Cv. E., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 382-5296 herbi-systems.com Royal Swimming Pools, Inc. 6426 Summer Gale Dr., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-1773 royalswimmingpools.com
WDL Designs, LLC 2969 Elmore Park Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 215-0648 designbywdl.com
Legal Services EDCO Title & Closing Services, Inc. 6510 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 382-0470 edcotitle.com Harris, Shelton, Hanover, Walsh 1 Commerce Square, Memphis, TN 38103 Ph: (901) 525-1455 harrisshelton.com Phillip R Walker PLLC 2820 Summer Oaks Dr., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 387-3000 Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP 1715 Aaron Brenner Dr., Memphis, TN 38120 Ph: (901) 288-1700 wallerlaw.com Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, LLP 1715 Aaron Brenner Dr., Memphis, TN 38120 Ph: (901) 537-1000 wyattfirm.com
Locksmith Stewart Brothers Hardware 7715 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 377-1234 stewartbros.doitbest.com
Manufacturing, Distribution & Wholesale American Clothing Express, Inc. 3190 New Brunswick Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 385-1400 allurebridals.com American Paper Optics, LLC 2995 Appling Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 381-1515 3dglassesonline.com Audiographic Masterworks, LLC 3015 Brother Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 821-9099 agmw.com Brimhall Foods Co., Inc. 3045 Bartlett Corporate Dr., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 377-9016 brimsnacks.com
Brother International Corporation 7777 N. Brother Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 379-1000 brother.com • Color laser printers, high speed office printers • Mobile printers and scanners • Sewing and embroidery machines • Digital garment printers Damon-Marcus Company 5871 Bartlett Stage Cv., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 377-9400 damonmarcus.com Experitec, Inc. 8380 Wolf Lake Dr., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 386-5020 experitec.com Fullen Dock & Warehouse 382 Klinke Ave., Memphis, TN 38127 Ph: (901) 358-9544 fullendock.com LSI - Lamintation Service Inc 2950 Brother Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 794-3032 yourlsi.com Mechanical Automated Control System 3150 Stage Post Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 386-1521 macsinc.com
MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY 2017 Metal Removal Technologies, LLC 3121 Bartlett Corporate Dr., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 421-5607
KWAM AM 990 5495 Murray Rd., Memphis, TN 38119 Ph: (901) 261-4200 kwam990.com
Yuletide Office Solutions 1245 Sycamore View Rd., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-8588 yuletideop.com
Port Alliance / H. Saga Int’l 12029 Mott Street Arlington, TN 38002 Ph: (901) 878-3236 port-alliance.com
Local ABC 24 1725 N. Shelby Oaks Dr., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 321-7623 localmemphis.com
TORINDRIVE International 7598 A.E. Beaty Dr., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 290-1600 torindriveintl.com Varsity Spirit Fashions 3131 Appling Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133
Manufacturing – Medical Device
Love Worth Finding Ministries 2941 Kate Bond Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 382-7900 lwf.org Mighty Media Group, LP 230-2 East Goodman Rd., Southaven, MS 38671 Ph: (901) 272-0008 lovetherebel.com WKNO TV/FM 7151 Cherry Farms Rd., Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 458-2521 wkno.org
Bartlett Vision Clinic 3114 Kirby Whitten Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 377-9588 Peter Benvenuto, OD 2744 Bartlett Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 382-2020
Organizations – Family, Community & Civic
Bioventus LLC 1900 Charles Bryan Rd., Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 341-2900 bioventusglobal.com
Moving & Storage
American Legion Post 249 PO Box 34074, Bartlett, TN 38184 Ph: (901) 372-0420 americanlegionelvispresleypost249.org
Eagle Vision, Inc. 8500 Wolf Lake Dr., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 380-7000 eaglevis.com
Compass Self Storage 8036 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 343-6320 compassselfstorage.com
Bartlett Education Foundation 2969 Elmore Park Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-9457 bartletteducationfoundation.org
Engineered Medical Systems, LLC 3325 Appling Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 380-5552 engmedsys.net
My Town Movers 449 Hwy 72 W. Ste.129 Collierville, TN 38017 Ph: (901) 896-8696 MyTownMovers.com
Boy Scouts of America - Chickasaw Council 171 S. Hollywood St., Memphis, TN 38112 Ph: (901) 327-4193 chickasaw.org
Enteroptyx, Inc. 8500 Wolf Lake Dr., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 386-0990 gracemedical.com Greater Memphis Medical Device Council - GMMDC 2969 Elmore Park Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-9457 gmmdc.org
Port Alliance / H. Saga Int’l 12029 Mott Street Arlington, TN 38002 Ph: (901) 878-3236 port-alliance.com Storage Towne Bartlett 5900 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 382-7800 storagetowne.com
Odyssey Medical Technologies 2975 Brother Blvd. Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 373-7777 odysseymedicaltech.com
Office Equipment, Furniture, Supplies & Service
Olympus Surgical Technologies America 2925 Appling Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: 901-373-0200 olympus.com
Business Equipment Center 2991 Directors Row, Memphis, TN 38131 Ph: (901) 345-5650 bec-memphis.com
Onyx Medical Corporation 1800 N. Shelby Oaks Dr., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 323-6699 onyxmedical.net
Memphis Communications Corporation 4771 Summer Ave., Memphis, TN 38122 Ph: (901) 725-9271 memphiscommunications.net
Smith & Nephew 7216 Goodlett Farms Pwky., Memphis, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 396-2121 smith-nephew.com
NovaCopy 7251 Appling Farms Pwky., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 388-3399 novacopy.net
Surface Dynamics LLC 3110 Stage Post Dr., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 590-4240 sdbiocoatings.com
Office Interiors of Memphis 7891 Stage Hills Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 372-0023 oimemphis.com
Titan Medical Mfg., LLC 7580 Bartlett Corporate Dr. Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 672-6333 titanmedicalmfg.com
Office Depot 2863 Wolfcreek Pkwy, Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 213-3443 officedepot.com
Media Bartlett Express - Journal West 10 Media 2850 Stage Village Cv., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 433-9138 bartlett-express.com Commercial Appeal/Bartlett Weekly 495 Union Ave., Memphis, TN 38103 Ph: (901) 529-2345 commercialappeal.com Cumulus Media 5629 Murray Rd., Memphis, TN 38119 Ph: (901) 682-1106 kix106.com
Ricoh USA, Inc 57 Germantown Ct., Cordova, TN 38018 Ph: (901) 737-8499 ricoh-usa.com RJ Young 3141 Stage Post Dr., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 373-6331 rjyoung.com Spaces Group LLC. 7760 Trinity Rd., Cordova, TN 38018 Ph: (901) 348-4600 spacesgrp.com XMC Inc. 7585 AE Beaty Dr., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 737-8910 xmcinc.com
Expanded Education Services, Inc. 6050 Summer Ave., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 265-3344 expandededucationalservices.com Friends of the Bartlett Library 5884 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 386-8968 cityofbartlett.org/library Greater Memphis Medical Device Council - GMMDC 2969 Elmore Park Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-9457 gmmdc.org
Greater Memphis Alliance for a Competitive Workforce – GMACW One Commerce Sq., Memphis, TN 38103 Ph: (901) 614-1099 gmacw.com Kiwanis Club of Bartlett PO Box 341426, Bartlett, TN 38184 kiwanis.org Leadership Bartlett 2969 Elmore Park Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-9457 Leadership Bartlett Alumni Association 2969 Elmore Park Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-9457 Memphis Midsouth Affiailate Susan G. Komen 6645 Poplar Ave., Germantown, TN 38138 Ph: (901) 757-8686 komenmemphis.org Mississippi River Corridor Tennessee 1503 Monroe Ave., Memphis, TN 38104 Ph: (901) 278-8459 msrivertn.org Northeast Shelby County Rotary Club PO Box 341418, Bartlett, TN 38184 Ph: (901) 647-0411 bartlettrotary.org Ovarian Cancer Awareness Foundation - OCAF Ph: (901) 373-2372 ocafoundation.org Tennessee Baptist Children’s Homes, Inc. 6896 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 386-3961 tennesseechildren.org
Youth Leadership Bartlett 2969 Elmore Park Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-9457
Cobalt Design Group 2969 Elmore Park Rd. Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 266-5414 - (901) 496-9840
Loeb Properties 825 Valleybrook Dr., Memphis, TN 38120 Ph: (901) 761-3333 loebproperties.com
Youth Villages 3320 Brother Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 251-5000 youthvillages.org
Digital Now, Inc. 3144 Stage Post Dr., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 377-2121 digitalnow.net
McWaters & Associates Realtors 2851 Stage Village Cv., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-6611 mcwatersrealtors.com
EM Printing 3081 Bartlett Corp Dr., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 759-1220 emprinting.com
Southbay Properties, LLC 5240 Poplar Ave., Memphis, TN 38119 Ph: (901) 969-3449
Flexible Label Group 243 Jefferson Ave., Memphis, TN 38103 Ph: (901) 522-1410 flexiblelabel.com
Statewide Appraisal Service 2989 Elmore Park Rd. Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 382-2700 appraisalsusa.com
Paychex 3150 Lenox Center Ct., Memphis, TN 38115 Ph: (901) 753-2291 paychex.com Sterling Ledger, LLC PO Box 341086, Bartlett, TN 38184 Ph: (901) 405-4511 • Payroll service for small businesses • Online timekeeping & online paystubs • Web-based, state-of-the art technology • Custom solutions to fit your needs • Value pricing and no long-term contract • Local expertise, around-the-corner response
Pest Control Cook’s Pest Control 1657 Shelby Oaks Dr., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 202-4444 cookspest.com
Pharmacies Bartlett Prescription Shop 5675 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-0787 Fred’s Pharmacy 6064 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 386-2610 fredsinc.com
Photography & Video API Photographers Inc. 3111 Stonebrook Cr., Memphis, TN 38116 Ph: (901) 396-8650 apicine.com Bob Gray Photography Ph: (901) 494-8639 graysphoto.com Dean Film & Video 6695 Fletcher Creek Cv., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 373-0101 deanhd.com Hot Shots 9194 Collierville Arlington Rd. Arlington, TN 38002 Ph: (901) 870-7371 hotshotsbooth.com Marc Burford Photography & Graphic Design Ph: (901) 277-1889 mburfordphotography.com Master Video Productions, Inc. 2832 Bartlett Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-7012 mastervideomemphis.com
Plumber Mr. Rooter Plumbing 5702 Summer Ave., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 327-4441 memphis.mrrooter.com Smith’s Plumbing Services 2861 Shelby St., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 290-1110 smithsplumbingservice.com
Printing Bartlett Art Printing & Graphic Design 2919 Elmore Park Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 266-2464 bartlettart.com
Graphic Systems, Inc. 7200 Goodlett Farms Pkwy., Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 937-5500 yesgsi.com RDJ Specialties, Inc. 7535 Bartlett Corporate Dr., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 356-4409 rdjs.com RR Donnelley 8245 Tournament Dr., Memphis, TN 38125 Ph: (901) 748-8528 rrdonnelley.com Safeguard Business Systems Ph: (901) 379-1370 gosafeguard.com Talkin’ Frogs Print Shop 2932 Altruria Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 217-9389 talkinfrogs.com
Real Estate American Properties Co., GP 5720 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-7041 americanpropertiesco.com Century 21 Maselle & Associate 7781 Farmington Blvd., Germantown, TN 38138 Ph: (901) 756-1622 frontdoorkey.com Sandra Gallagher Ph: (901) 483-0093 frontdoorkey.com Christy Utterback Ph: (901) 870-1271 sweethomememphis.com Melissa McGrew Ph: (901) 417-2474 Melissamcgrew.c21.com Colliers International Memphis 6000 Poplar Ave., Memphis, TN 38119 Ph: (901) 375-4800 colliers.com/en-us/memphis Crye-Leike Commercial - Cathy Anderson 6525 Quail Hollow Rd., Memphis, TN 38120 Ph: (901) 282-6312 cathyandersonrealestate.com Crye-Leike Realtors - Bartlett Office 2868 Summer Oaks Dr., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-3690 crye-leike.com Rita Hallum Ph: (901) 277-6356 ritahallum.com Sharon Brown Ph: (901) 355-7271 sharonbrown.crye-leike.com/about.php Steve Boysen Ph: (901) 493-0373 steveboysen.crye-leike.com John White Ph: (901) 216-6614 crye-leike.com Gilad Development, Inc. 5959 Topanga Canyon Blvd. #285,Woodland Hills, CA 91367 Ph: (818) 346-7700
Restaurants, Food & Beverage America’s Incredible Pizza Company 1245 North Germantown Pkwy. Ste. 104 Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 309-3132 http://www.memphisincrediblepizza.com Andy B’s Entertainment Center 6276 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 386-7701 andybbartlett.com “Bowling as it should Be” • Corporate Groups and Lock Ins • Private VIB Lanes • League Bowling • Fun for Kids and Adults • Full Kitchen and Bar • Birthday Parties Asian Star 6158 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 590-0577 Baby Jack’s BBQ 7610 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 300-6922 babyjacksbbq.com Bahama Breeze 2830 N Germantown Pkwy., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 385-8744 bahamabreeze.com Bartlett Donuts 2731 Bartlett Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph. (901) 217-3938 Buffalo Wild Wings 8385 US Highway 64, Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 380-9294 buffalowildwings.com Chick-fil-A of Wolfcreek Market 2849 N. Germantown Pkwy., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 381-4727 chick-fil-a.com Coletta’s Restaurant 2850 Appling Rd., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 383-1122 colettas.net • Memphis oldest restaurant since 1923 • Elvis favorite pizza • Now spanning 5 generations • Everything is homemade – sauces, lasagna, manicoot, spumoni & cannoli • Ask us about our catering Eagle Distributing 45 W EH Crump Blvd., Memphis, TN 38106 Ph: (901) 948-4543 eagledistributing.com
Gill Properties 8130 Macon Station Rd., Cordova, TN 38018 Ph: (901) 758-1100 gillprop.com
MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY 2017 Eat At Eric’s Grill and Catering 1200 Fox Green Cove Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 277-4428 EatAtErics.com Einstein Bros Bagels 7780 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 208-8196 einsteinbros.com El Mezcal 7424 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 417-6026 elmezcalonline.com El Patron 5811 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 388-1022 Ellendale Grill 7776 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 454-3771 ellendalegrill.com Exlines Best Pizza In Town 6250 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 388-3044 exlinespizza.com Firebirds Wood Fired Grill 8470 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 379-1300 firebirdsrestaurants.com FRIDAYS 8325 US Highway 64, Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 372-2539 fridays.com Grand Pacific Buffet Restaurant 6105 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 382-6339 Hilton Garden Inn Memphis-Wolfchase 7955 Market Plaza, Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 849-5655 memphiswolfchasegalleria.hgi.com Holiday Inn & Suites Memphis Wolfchase Galleria 2751 New Brunswick Rd., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 266-1952 holidayinn.com/wolfchasetn • Full-service Hotel with Luxury Rooms and Suites • Indoor Heated Pool & Spa • 2000sqft Banquet and Meeting Space • Full Service Restaurant and Catering • Kids Stay and Eat Free • Fitness Center, Business Center, Gift Shop Honeybaked Ham Company 6010 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 388-8800 myhoneybakedstore.com JD’s Wings 2 Go 7546 US Highway 70, Ste. 108 Bartlett, TN 38133 Jdswings2go.com Jets Pizza 7780 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 383-5387 jetspizza.com Jim ‘N Nick’s Bar-B-Q 2359 N Germantown Pwky., Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 388-0998 jimnnicks.com K’s Donuts & Taco’s 6525 Memphis-Arlington Rd., Bartlett, TN 38135 Ph: (901) 377-0111
Krispy Kreme 6072 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 373-3802 Krispykreme.com
Bartlett Station Farmers Market 2629 Bartlett Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-9457 bartlettstationfarmersmarket.org
Le’ Chiq Catering & Dining 5788 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 268-5594
Bikes Plus, Inc. 7007 Stage Rd., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 385-8788 bikesplus.net
Lenny’s Sub Shop 7424 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 937-0800 lennys.com
Black Ice, LLC 9160 US Highway 64, Lakeland, TN 38002 Ph: (901) 937-8129 blackicecooling.com
LongHorn Steakhouse 8324 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 388-5053 longhornsteakhouse.com
Blue Wave Pool & Supply, LLC 7543 US Highway 64 Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 505-2533
Los Cabos Mexican Bar & Grill 6600 Stage Rd. Ste. 106 Bartlett, TN 38134 (901) 552-5215 Moe’s Southwest Grill 465 N. Germantown Pwky., Cordova, Tn 38018 Ph: (901) 737-5058 moes.com On the Border 8101 Giacosa Pl., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 881-0808 ontheborder.com Panera Bread 8340 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 379-0373 panerabread.com Papa John’s Pizza 6828 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 373-6080 papajohns.com Premium Refreshment Service 3338 Democrat Rd., Memphis, TN 38118 Ph: (901) 672-5092 premiumrefreshment.com Quintessential Sweets 5980 Bartlett Center Dr. Ph: (901) 361-3449 quintessentialsweets.com Robilio’s SideCar Cafe 2194 Whitten Rd., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 388-0285 sidecarcafememphis.com Sekisui of Bartlett, Inc. 2990 Kirby Whitten Pkwy., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 377-2727 sekisuiusa.com Sonic Drive In 7636 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 377-7899 sonicdrivein.com Sweetpea’s Southern Cookin’ 5824 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 343-0624 sweetpeas.biz Tellini’s Pasta Market 7974 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 385-0759 tellinis.com The Side Porch Steak House 5689 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 377-2484 sideporchsteakhouse.com Wingstop 2839 Bartlett Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 213-0130 wingstop.com
Retail - General Bartlett Home Furnishings 2755 Bartlett Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 388-6030 bartletthomefurnishingsmemphis.com
Buff City Soap Company 6269 E. Stage Plaza, Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (844) 468-7627 buffcitysoap.com Charlee James Boutique 3108 N. Germantown Pkwy., Ste. 105 Bartlett, TN 38133-0501 Ph: (901) 236-8866 charleejames.com Costco Wholesale 2431 N. Germantown Pkwy., Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 214-0003 costco.com Edible Arrangements 2836 Wolfcreek Pkwy., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 382-9858 ediblearrangements.com Fred’s 7657 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 386-2353 fredsinc.com Fred’s Discount Store 6064 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 388-4810 fredsinc.com FRS PowerSport & Equipment, Inc. 2175 Whitten Rd., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 385-9366 frspowersports.com General Nutrition Center 6025 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 382-8999 gnc.com Interstate All Battery Center 8200 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 371-0137 stores.interstatebatteries.com/Bartlett_TN Kroger Company-Summer 7615 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 758-3622 kroger.com Leigh Lane Boutique 5800 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 208-8967 Leighlaneboutique.bigcartel.com NAPA Auto Parts 7415 Stage Rd. Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 380-6900 napaonline.com Next Day Access, LLC 8500 Wolf Lake Dr., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 386-1830 nextdayaccess.com Office Depot 2863 Wolfcreek Pkwy., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 213-3443 officedepot.com
Pat’s Prints & Framing 2750 Bartlett Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 377-8861
Robinwood Retirement Community 2795 Kirby Whitten Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 381-8949 RLCommunities.com
Cross Fit Bartlett 5790 Ferguson Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 388-9979 crossfitbartlett.com
Revolve Guitar & Music Shop 5832 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 371-0928 revolveguitars.com
Spring Gate Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center 3909 Covington Pike, Memphis, TN 38128 Ph: (901) 377-1011 springgatehc.com
DanceSmiths Ballroom Dance Studio 6252 E. Stage Plaza, Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 371-9393 DanceSmiths.com
Sam’s Club 8480 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 384-9997 samsclub.com Sleepy ZZZ’s Mattresses by Michael Zellner 2790 Kirby Whitten Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 359-1040 Stewart Brothers Hardware 7715 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 377-1234 stewartbros.doitbest.com Unique Boutique & Bridal 2726 Bartlett Blvd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 383-1544 myuniqueboutiqueandbridal.com Walmart SuperCenter 8400 US Highway 64, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 382-1394 walmart.com Wolfchase Galleria 2760 N Germantown Pkwy., Memphis, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 381-2769 simon.com/mall/wolfchase-galleria Yuletide Office Solutions 1245 Sycamore View Rd., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 372-8588 yuletideop.com
Retirement, Assisted Living & Nursing Care Ave Maria Home 2805 Charles Bryan Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 386-3211 avemariahome.org • Skilled & Intermediate Care • Assisted Living • St. Luke Cottage (Dementia Care) • Assisi Adult Day Center • Non-Medical Home Care • Green House® Project Brookdale at Cordova Senior Living 1535 Appling Care Ln., Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 377-7500 brookdale.com Christian Care Center of Memphis, LLC 6500 Kirby Gate Blvd., Memphis, TN 38119 Ph: (901) 752-0772 cccofmemphis.com Culpepper Place of Bartlett 7480 US Highway 70, Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 266-3329 culpepperplace.net Elmcroft of Bartlett 3345 Kirby Whitten Pkwy., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 383-6901 elmcroft.com Foxbridge Assisted Living & Memory Care Community 2180 Mangum Rd., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 377-0101 foxbridge.org Grace Healthcare of Cordova 955 N. Germantown Pwky., Cordova, TN 38018 Ph: (901) 754-1393 gracehccordova.com
The King’s Daughters & Sons Home 3568 Appling Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 272-7405 kdshome.org
Security Imperial Guard Service Inc 2555 Poplar Ave., Memphis, TN 38112 Ph: (901) 327-1818 imperialsecurity.com Protection 1 2175 Business Center Dr., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 384-6586 protectionone.com
Sports & Recreation Andy B’s Entertainment Center 6276 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 386-7701 andybbartlett.com “Bowling as it should Be” • Corporate Groups and Lock Ins • Private VIB Lanes • League Bowling • Fun for Kids and Adults • Full Kitchen and Bar • Birthday Parties ATC Fitness ATC Fitness of Arlington 6050 Airline Rd., Arlington, TN 38002 Ph: (901) 867-4848 atc-fitness.com ATC Fitness of Bartlett 6600 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 377-1414 atc-fitness.com ATC Fitness of Cordova 8130 Macon Station Rd., Cordova, TN 38018 Ph: (901) 757-5150 atc-fitness.com ATC Fitness of Lakeland 2991 Canada Rd., Lakeland, TN 38002 Ph: (901) 371-1700 atc-fitness.com Autobahn Indoor Speedway 6399 Shelby View Dr. Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 300-3195 autobahnspeed.com Bartlett Recreation Center 7700 Flaherty Pl., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 385-6470 cityofbartlett.org Bartlett Senior Center 5727 Woodlawn St., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-6439 cityofbartlett.org/seniorcenter Colonial Country Club 2736 Countrywood Pkwy., Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 388-6150 colonialcountryclub.org Cordova Family YMCA 7950 Club Center Cove Cordova, TN 38016 Ph: (901) 755-2123 ymcamemphis.org
Memphis Redbirds 198 Union Ave., Memphis, TN 38103 Ph: (901) 721-6000 memphisredbirds.com Quail Ridge Golf Course 4055 Altruria Rd., Bartlett, TN 38135 Ph: (901) 386-6951 thequailgolf.com A semi-private, 18 hole course. • Fully stocked golf shop • Snack bar and grill • Beverage cart • Practice putting green • Driving and chipping range • Tournament facilities • Banquet facilities Shelby Farms Park Conservancy 500 North Pine Lake Dr., Memphis, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 767-7275 shelbyfarmspark.org Singleton Community Center 7266 Third Rd., Bartlett, TN 38135 Ph: (901) 385-5593 cityofbartlett.org The Dance Academy of Bartlett 6240 E. Stage Plaza, Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-2228 thedanceacademyofbartlett.com
Transportation and Logistics Port Alliance / H. Saga Int’l 12029 Mott Street Arlington, TN 38002 Ph: (901) 878-3236 port-alliance.com
Veterinarian Family Veterinary Practice 5712 Stage Road Bartlett, TN 38134-4516 Ph: (901) 385-8387 http://www.familyveterinarypractice.com
Utilities City of Bartlett 6400 Stage Rd., Bartlett, TN 38134 Ph: (901) 385-6400 cityofbartlett.org Memphis Light Gas Water Division PO Box 430, Memphis, TN 38101 Ph: (901) 348-5101 mlgw.com
Waste Removal Republic Services 3840 Homewood Rd., Memphis, TN 38118 Ph: (901) 362-4700 republicservices.com Waste Connections of TN, Inc 621 E Brooks Rd., Memphis, TN 38116 Ph: (901) 398-5400 wasteconnectionsmemphis.com
Rainbow Health & Rehab of Memphis, LLC 8119 Memphis-Arlington Rd., Bartlett, TN 38133 Ph: (901) 937-6302
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A 3A Collision A2H - Engineers - Architects - Planners AAA Auto Club Group ACI Environmental Associates, Inc Action Advertising Aerotek Agricenter International Alexander Thompson Arnold, PLLC All-Phase Paving & Sealcoating Allen & Hoshall Alliance Services Allstate Insurance Agency - Hooten-Hughes ALSAC/St. Jude Altruria Elementary School America’s Incredible Pizza Company American Clothing Express, Inc. American Esoteric Laboratories American Job Center American Legion Post 249 American Paper & Twine Co. American Paper Optics, LLC American Properties Co., GP Andy B’s Entertainment Center Apex Primary Health Care, P.C. API Photographers Inc. Appling Dental Group Appling Lakes at Cordova Club Appling Middle School Arium Shelby Farms Arlington Chamber of Commerce Asian Star AT&T AT&T Wireless ATC Fitness of Arlington ATC Fitness of Bartlett ATC Fitness of Cordova ATC Fitness of Lakeland Audiographic Masterworks, LLC Autobahn Indoor Speedway AutoNation Ford Wolfchase Ave Maria Home
Baby Jack’s BBQ Bahama Breeze BancorpSouth BancorpSouth Bank of Bartlett Banquet Halls of the Mid-South Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon, Inc. BARTLETT
Bartlett Area Chamber of Commerce Bartlett Army Recruiting Center Bartlett Art Printing & Graphic Design Bartlett Arts Council Bartlett Body Shop Bartlett City Beautiful Bartlett City School Board Bartlett City Schools Bartlett Dental Associates, PLC Bartlett Donuts Bartlett Education Foundation Bartlett Elementary School Bartlett Event Center Bartlett Express - Journal West 10 Media Bartlett Fire Department Bartlett Florist, Inc. Bartlett Funeral Home Bartlett Heights / Boyd Lane Apartments Bartlett High School Bartlett Home Furnishings Bartlett Internal Medicine Bartlett Ninth Grade Academy Bartlett Nursery & Landscaping Bartlett Oral Maxillofacial Surgery Bartlett Parks and Recreation Athletics Bartlett Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics Bartlett Performing Arts & Conference Center Bartlett Police Department Bartlett Prescription Shop Bartlett Public Library Bartlett Recreation Center Bartlett Retail Association Bartlett Senior Center Bartlett Small Engines Bartlett Station Farmers Market Bartlett Station Municipal Center Bartlett Tire Service, Inc. Bartlett Transmission Bartlett United Methodist Church Bartlett Vision Clinic Bartlett Women’s Clinic Bath Fitter BeautyLawn Spray Behind the Scenes Belhaven University Best Western Galleria Inn & Suites Bethel University Beverly Holmgren Bikes Plus, Inc. Bioventus LLC
Black Forest Plaques Black Ice, LLC Blue Line Investigations Blue Wave Pool Supply of Memphis LLC. Bluff City Escape Rooms Bob Gray Photography Bobby and Sherry Simmons Bolton High School Bon Lin Elementary School Bon Lin Middle School Boy Scouts of America - Chickasaw Council Brewer’s Pool & Landscaping Co. Brian Elder Roofing Bridge of Bartlett Ballroom Brimhall Foods Co., Inc. Brink Pediatric Dental Associates Brookdale at Cordova Senior Living Brother Industries (U.S.A.), Inc. Brother International Corporation Buff City Soap Company Buffalo Wild Wings Builders Floors & Interiors Business Equipment Center Business Referral Network
Compass Self Storage - Bartlett Comprehensive Pain Specialists Computers & Networks, Inc. Concorde Career College Confidential Care Mobile Ministry Congressman David Kustoff Congressman Steve Cohen Cook’s Pest Control Cordova Family YMCA CORPRO CPR, LLC Costco Wholesale Country Inn & Suites Country Side North Apartments Cricket Cross Fit Bartlett Cruise Planners Cruise Planners-Terri Waxler Crye-Leike Commercial - Cathy Anderson Crye-Leike Realtors - Bartlett Office Crye-Leike Realtors - Rita Hallum Crye-Leike Realtors - Sharon Brown Crye-Leike Realtors - Steve Boysen Crye-Leike Realtors -John White Culpepper Place of Bartlett Cumulus Media
C Spire C-1, Inc. Construction Canvas Therapy Car Wash USA Express Cash in a Flash Check Advance Century 21 Maselle & AssociateGallagher Century 21 Maselle & Associates Century 21 Maselle & Associates McGrew Century 21 Maselle & AssociatesChristy Utterback Champion Windows Charlee James Boutique Chick-fil-A of Wolfcreek Market Chris Woods Construction Co. Inc. Christian Brothers Automotive Christian Brothers University Christian Care Center of Memphis, LLC Christopher L. Hendrix, DPM, PC City Auto Sales, LLC City Beautiful Commission Bartlett City of Bartlett Classic Party Rentals Cobalt Design Cole Pain Therapy Group Coletta’s Restaurant Collier Insurance Colliers International Memphis Collierville Area Chamber of Commerce Collisionworx Express Inc. Collisionworx, Inc. Colonial Country Club Comcast Comcast Spotlight Commercial Appeal/Bartlett Weekly
Damon-Marcus Company Damron Dental Care DanceSmiths Ballroom Dance Studio Data Driven David R. Patrick, CPA Davies Manor Association Dean Film & Video Decatur Trinity Christian Church Dennis Electric, Inc. Desoto Collision Center of Wolfchase Digital Now, Inc. DR Connection Benefits Dreams Unlimited Travel Dry Clean Super Center of Bartlett Durham School Services
Eagle Distributing Eagle Vision an Enteroptyx Company Eat At Eric’s Grill And Catering EDCO Title & Closing Services, Inc. EDGE Edible Arrangements Edward Jones - Randy Lillard Einstein Bros Bagels El Mezcal El Patron Elite Southern Construction Ellendale Electric Company Ellendale Elementary School Ellendale Grill Elmcroft of Bartlett Elmore Park Middle School EM Printing EMHC - Emergency Mobile Health Care, LLC Energy Cost Reducers LLC
Engineered Medical Systems, LLC Enteroptyx, Inc. EnviroUSA ePaymentAmerica Ervin Hypnosis Center, LLC Escapology ESG - Energy Systems Group Esplanade Memphis Essary Communications Ewing Kessler, Inc Exhibit A, Inc. Exlines Best Pizza In Town Expanded Educational Services, Inc. Experitec, Inc. Express Courier International, Inc.
Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Faith Baptist Church Family Medicine Group, PLLC Family Veterinary Practice Farmers Insurance - Mark Peacock Farmers Insurance - Paul Kaiser Firebirds Wood Fired Grill First Bank First Citizens National Bank First Metropolitan Financial Services, Inc. First South Financial First Tennessee Fix-N-2 Home Repairs Flexible Label Group Floor & Decor Footsteps In Eden (Reflexology) Forest Hill Funeral Home & Memorial Gardens Four Way Insurance Foxbridge Assisted Living & Memory Care Community Fred’s Fred’s Discount Store Fred’s Pharmacy FRIDAYS Friends of the Bartlett Library FRS PowerSport & Equipment, Inc. Fullen Dock & Warehouse Fullview Missionary Baptist Church Fulton CPAs
General Construction Services General Heating & Cooling, Inc. General Nutrition Center Germantown Area Chamber of Commerce Gilad Development, Inc. Gill Properties GMACW - Greater Memphis Alliance Competitive Workforce Grace Healthcare of Cordova Grand Pacific Buffet Restaurant Graphic Systems, Inc. Greater Memphis Medical Device Council - GMMDC Green Building Initiative GreenPlanet Inc.
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H & R Block Hampton Inn & Suites Harris, Shelton, Hanover, Walsh Herbi-Systems, Inc. Hicks Convention Services & Special Events Hillwood at Davies Manor Hilton Garden Inn Memphis-Wolfchase Holice Jeffries Holiday Inn & Suites Memphis - Wolfchase Galleria Holliday Flowers, Inc. Bartlett Hollywood 20 Cinema Honeybaked Ham Company Hotshots Photobooth HVAC Technologies, Inc. Hyatt Place Memphis-Wolfchase
IAC Supply Solutions Immanuel Lutheran School Imperial Guard Service Inc Independent Bank Infiniti of Memphis Integrated Communications, Inc. Interstate All Battery Center ISS Facility Services Inc ITT Technical Institute
Jackson, Howell & Associates, PLLC James E. Ferguson, CPA Jan-Pro Cleaning Systems of Memphis JD’s Wings 2 Go Jeff Herman - State Farm Insurance JESCO, Inc. Construction Jets Pizza Jim ‘N Nick’s Community Bar-B-Q Johnson Controls Inc. Johnson Orthodontics
K’s Donuts & Taco’s Kelley & Associates Advertising Kellon Insurance Agency, Inc. Kenny NailSpa LLC Kirby Whitten Chiropractic Kiwanis Club of Bartlett Krispy Kreme Doughnuts KRL Enterprises, Inc KWAM AM 990
L’Ecole Culinaire, Memphis Lab Four Professional Development Center Lakeland Chamber of Commerce Lakeside Behavioral Health System Le’ Chiq Catering & Dining Leaders Credit Union Leadership Bartlett Learning Health and Wellness, LLC Legends at Wolfchase Leigh Lane Boutique
Lenny’s Sub Shop Life Science Tennessee Lifeblood Mid-South Regional Blood Center Liftfund Lincoln At Wolfchase Apartment Homes Lindsey Massey Linkous Construction Co, Inc. Little Bears Pre School Livitup, Inc. Local ABC 24 Loeb Properties LongHorn Steakhouse Los Cabos Mexican Bar & Grill Love Worth Finding Ministries LSC Communications LSI - Lamintation Service Inc Lucius Complete Home Repair Inc.
Malco Theatres Marc Burford Photography and Graphic Design Mary Kay Cosmetics Master Video Productions, Inc. Mathis Tire & Auto Service Inc Mautz Security, Inc. McDonald Insurance and Financial Services McWaters & Associates Realtors Mechanical Automated Control System Med Post Urgent Care Memphis - Shelby County Airport Authority Memphis Advertising Concepts Memphis Children’s Clinic, PLLC Memphis Communications Corporation Memphis Convention & Visitors Bureau Memphis Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens Memphis Light Gas Water Division Memphis Redbirds MemphisClean Metal Removal Technologies, LLC Methodist LeBonheur Healthcare Micro Computer Technologies, Inc. Mid-South Independent Electrical Contractors Association MidSouth Solutions for Business Mighty Media Group, LP Millington Chamber of Commerce Mississippi River Corridor Tennessee Moe’s Southwest Grill Montgomery Heating & Air Conditioning Moore Tech Morton Insurance, Inc. Mr. Quick Tune, Inc. Mr. Rooter Plumbing Murry Keith Publication Design My Town Movers
N NAPA Auto Parts National College National HVAC Service National Write Your Congressman Neighborhood Pro Builders, Inc. Next Day Access, LLC North Internal Medicine, PC - Douglas O’Dea, MD Northeast Shelby County Rotary Club NovaCopy
Oak Elementary School Odyssey Medical Technologies LLC Office Depot Office Interiors of Memphis Office Keepers, LLC Olympus Surgical Technologies America On the Border Mexican Grill and Cantina Onyx Medical Corporation Open Arms Care Ovarian Cancer Awareness Foundation - OCAF
P-5one P3iSystems Pandora Jewelry Panera Bread Papa John’s Pizza Pashby’s Automotive LLC Pat Barnes, DDS Pat’s Prints & Framing Patrick Accounting and Tax Services, PLLC Patrick Payroll Paul Mitchell The School - Memphis Paula Sedgwick Paychex Pegasus Partners Peter Benvenuto, OD Peterson Insurance Services, Inc. Phillip R Walker PLLC Pinnacle Financial Partners Pinot’s Palette Platinum Jewelers Port Alliance Precision Crystal Gifts and Awards Premium Refreshment Service Protection 1 PSH Cleaning Pugh’s Flowers Pump It Up Bartlett
Quail Ridge Apartments Quail Ridge Golf Course Quail Ridge Highlands Apartment Community Quality Inn & Suites Quintessential Sweets
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R Rainbow Health & Rehab of Memphis, LLC Randstad Range USA, Inc. RDJ Specialties Inc Regional Adjustment Bureau, Inc. Regions Bank Regions Bank Regions Bank Rehab Etc. Physical Therapy Reid Homes, Inc. Renaissance Group Renasant Bank Republic Services Revolve Guitar & Music Shop Ricoh USA, Inc Rivercrest Elementary School RJ Young Robilio’s SideCar Cafe Robinwood Retirement Community Rockin’ Robin DJs - A Premium DJ and Entertainment Company Roller Family Funeral Home Ronda’s Beverages Ronnie Hayse Ross Witt, PLLC Rowland & Carter CPA’s, PLLC Royal Swimming Pools, Inc. Runway Extensions Gallery
S & S Recovery, Inc. Safari Financial Safeguard Business Systems Saint Francis Hospital Saint Francis Hospital - Bartlett Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett Imaging Center Saint Francis Medical Partners - Bartlett Saint Francis Medical Partners - Summer Knoll Saint Francis Sports Medicine and Rehab Ctr Sam’s Club SCORE
Sekisui of Bartlett, Inc. Senator (TN) Brian Kelsey Senator (TN) Mark Norris-District 32 Senator (TN) Sara Kyle - District 28 Senator (US ) Lamar Alexander Senator (US) Bob Corker Senator Mark Green Serra Chevrolet Service Experts Heating & AC Servicemaster by Capital Construction Shelby County Commissioners Shelby County Government Shelby Farms Park Conservancy Singleton Community Center Skintastic Sleep Inn Sleepy ZZZ’s Mattresses by Michael Zellner Smith & Nephew Smith’s Plumbing Services Snappy Computer Sneed Insurance Sonic Drive In Sound Waves, Inc. Southbay Properties, LLC Southern Security Federal Credit Union Southwest TN Community College Spaces Group LLC. Special Event Service & Rental Inc. Spring Gate Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center Springhill Suites by Marriott St. Ann Catholic Church St. Columba Conference and Retreat Center St. Elisabeth Episcopal Church St. John’s Community Services St. Philip’s Episcopal Church Stanley Steemer/Elesco, Inc. State Farm Insurance - Bob Simpson State Farm Insurance - Clifton Eley State Farm Insurance - Heath Johnson State Representative Curry Todd District 95
State Representative Jim Coley District 97 State Representative Mark White District 83 State Representative Ron Lollar District 99 State Representative Steve McManus District 96 Statewide Appraisal Service Sterling Ledger, LLC Stewart Brothers Hardware Storage Towne Bartlett Sunrise Buick GMC at Wolfchase SunTrust Bank Surface Dynamics LLC Susan G. Komen Memphis-MidSouth Sweetpea’s Southern Cookin’
Talkin’ Frogs Print Shop TCCE - Tennessee Chamber of Commerce Executives TDEC - Tn Department of Envrionment & Conservation TECD - TN Economic & Community Development Tech Masters, LLC Tellini’s Pasta Market Tennessee Baptist Children’s Homes, Inc. The Dance Academy of Bartlett The Joint.. the chiropractic place The King’s Daughters & Sons Home The Kroger Company The Kroger Company The Redwing Group, LLC The Registry at Wolfchase The Side Porch Steak House The UPS Store Thomas Kinkade Inspiration Art Gallery Timothy J. Hacker, DDS Tipton Rosemark Academy Titan Medical Mfg., LLC Today’s Headlines Salon TopRx TORINDRIVE International
Trane Travel Leaders Trey Heath Consultant Trustmark Bank Regional Corporate Office Trustmark National Bank Tuff Shed TVA - Tennessee Valley Authority
Ultimate Attire & Solutions Uncle Dave’s Auto Repair Unique Boutique & Bridal Unique Catering and Event Center United Rentals
Vans To Go Inc. Varsity Spirit Fashions Veracity Medical Solutions Inc. Verizon Wireless Verzion TCC Volner Family Dental Volner Financial Group, Inc
Waddell & Reed Financial Advisors Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP Walmart Neighborhood Market Walmart SuperCenter Warr & Geurin Garage Waste Connections of TN, Inc WDL Designs, LLC Webster University Wiemar’s Jewelry Wingstop WKNO TV/FM Wolfchase Galleria Wolfchase Honda Wolfchase Limb & Brace Wolfchase Nissan Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, LLP
Youth Leadership Bartlett Youth Villages Yuletide Office Solutions