What Do You Say About Us?

Keeping our waterways clean and safe is vital for tourism in Knoxville. From the attractions that utilize the riverfront and waterways to visitors experiencing outdoor adventures in canoes, boating, and fishing, clean water and the maintenance of our shoreline is critical in providing visitors an enjoyable experience when visiting our community.

– Kim Bumpus - President of Visit Knoxville - http://visitknoxville.com

When we have companies looking to relocate or expand their businesses in our region, quality of life is an important part of our sales pitch. Companies want to know what arts and cultural opportunities their employees can take advantage of in a given market, and they also want to know of our sustainability efforts and access to outdoor recreation. Both continue to play a key role in luring visitors into our community.  Keeping a clean river system on which a city is built and is growing is vital to our economic progress and quality of life.

– Mark Field Sr. VP, Knoxville Chamber - http://www.knoxvillechamber.com/

Knox News Sentinel – Article

Displayed here verbatim from The Knoxville News Sentinel site, original article can be found here. —————————————————— Following the University of Tennessee football kickoff last weekend, the Fort Loudoun Lake Association is planning a kickoff of its own later this week — with the help of a former Volunteers personality. The Fort Loudoun association will host […]

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Advocate Weeks at River Sports June 29- July 14

We are honored to be a part of Advocacy Week at River Sports Outfitters June 29 – July 14! In partnership with Patagonia and 1% for the Planet we will receive $10 from every pair of Patagonia shoes purchased. Please go out and gear up with River Sports and support local conservation efforts at the […]

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Cityview Magazine – Article

Cityview Article on FLLAKE

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