WBIR: Prestige Cleaners making masks for health care workers

Businesses are learning to adapt during these uncertain times. For some, that means using the materials they have to create something new.

Nashville Business Journal: One of Nashville’s largest employers is now producing face masks

The Nashville-based tele-dentistry firm has begun 3D printing face shields for health care workers fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a news release.

Cincinnati Business Courier: Tennessee-based retailer with 11 local locations adding 5,000 jobs nationwide

A Brentwood, Tenn.-based retailer with 11 Greater Cincinnati locations is pushing ahead with what it calls its most ambitious hiring spree ever, coming amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Mighty 990 Offers Small Businesses Free Advertising

KWAM AM/FM “The Mighty 990” is offering small businesses across Memphis a free week of advertising. It’s just one significant way the news and talk radio station is lending a helping hand to the community during the global pandemic.“We’ve covered the stories of neighbors and small businesses in this community sacrificing to help in this fight against our invisible enemy,” Starnes Media Group CEO Dalton Glasscock said. “These people, their businesses’ and their stories, have inspired us to do what we can, to help them and other businesses that need an extra hand during this time.”

WVLT: Sugarlands Distilling Co. donates hand sanitizer to East Tennessee EMTs

The Gatlinburg-based moonshine and whiskey producer, Sugarlands Distilling Company donated 10 gallons of hand sanitizer to ambulance crews with Priority Ambulance.

Nashville Business Journal: How banks are stepping in as COVID-19 takes financial toll

One of Nashville’s homegrown lenders is extending a financial lifeline to clients as the coronavirus continues to put a crunch on companies throughout Davidson County.

Clarksville Now: Clarksville Strong supports local businesses, hospitality industry, during COVID-19 closures

A new Clarksville community site launched late last week aimed at supporting local businesses who may be facing hardship during the coronavirus closures. ClarksvilleStrong.com allows the community to go online and support local businesses, friends and neighbors in multiple ways.

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