Founded in 1994 by attorney Lindsay Young, the Aslan Foundation is focused on preserving and enhancing the natural beauty, assets and history of the Knoxville area and enhancing quality of life in the region. The Aslan Foundation has invested in preserving and restoring historic lands and properties. In addition, the Aslan Foundation supports a variety of Knoxville area educational, social welfare and cultural endeavors with grant funding.
NEA Artworks grants support the creation of art that meets the highest standards of excellence, public engagement with diverse and excellent art, lifelong learning in the arts, and the strengthening of communities through the arts. To find out more about how National Endowment for the Arts grants impact individuals and communities, visit www.arts.gov.
Visit Knoxville is your hub for all things Scruffy City! Knoxville offers the perfect blend of southern hospitality and modern development. Rich in natural beauty, this diverse and historic city surprises visitors with its sophisticated mix of culture. It’s the big city with little attitude, where everyone is treated like a local.
Headquartered in Knoxville, TN, Regal Entertainment Group operates one of the leading and most geographically diverse theatre circuits in the United States. The Company operates in 46 of the top 50 U.S. designated market areas. The size, reach and quality of the Company’s theater circuit not only provide it’s patrons with a convenient and enjoyable movie-going experience, but is also an exceptional platform to realize economies of scale in theater operations.
At Pilot Flying J, giving back is part of who we are. We have a long history of lending a helping hand, a philosophy established by our founder, Mr. James A. Haslam II, when the company first began in 1958. “Headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, Pilot | Flying J is committed to serving the communities where our guests and team members live and work.
The Red Bull Music Academy is a global music institution committed to fostering creativity in music. We celebrate music, its culture, and the transformative minds behind it. Begun in 1998, the Academy has taken the core principles that underlie its annual workshop for selected participants and applied this curatorial approach to events, lectures, and city-wide festivals throughout the year.
Originally called “Select,” people asked for the “Blue Ribbon” beer when we began tying silk ribbons around the bottles in 1882 to commemorate its award-winning taste. The name was officially changed to Pabst Blue Ribbon in 1895. As a beer known today for its iconic can, it is fitting that PBR was first to introduce canned beer in 1935. While much has changed in the world since PBR was first brewed in 1844, our commitment to high quality without pretense remains steadfast. It’s not million dollar advertising campaigns that make a good product; it’s the true value it brings to consumers.
Tennessee is the birthplace of the blues, bluegrass, country, gospel, soul, rockabilly, and rock ’n’ roll- delivering an unparalleled experience of beauty, history, and family adventure, infused with music, that creates a vacation that is the “Soundtrack of America. Made in Tennessee.” Tennessee’s tourism industry generates $18.4 billion in economic impact, more than $1.6 billion in state and local sales tax revenue and more than 157,400 tourism-related jobs. Learn more at tnvacation.com.
Our mission is to celebrate and preserve our regions’ musical heritage in the only way it can be done: playing the tunes and passing them on from musician to musician. East Tennessee has rich roots in Irish and Scottish music, and they merged here with other influences and evolved into bluegrass and old time Appalachian genres. At Boyd’s Jig and Reel we celebrate our musical past, our present, and future.
Jim Clayton, the entrepreneur and founder of Clayton Homes, has learned and earned throughout his life and now is returning to his communities by investigating and giving back to those that have given him so much. Jim’s vision is for all profits of Clayton Bank to be distributed to the Clayton Family Foundation to carry on his dream of investing and giving back to the communities in which Jim loves and has worked and lived.
The magnificent Tennessee Theatre first opened its doors on October 1, 1928 and was hailed as “the South’s most beautiful theatre.” Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and honored as the Official State Theatre of Tennessee, today’s Tennessee Theatre has something for everyone: classical music, vintage films, dance, Broadway, and stellar performances by today’s hottest musicians and yesterday’s favorites.
The mission of the Bijou Theatre is to provide an excellent performance venue for the Knoxville community at reasonable cost for presentations including local jazz ensembles, smaller choral groups, solo and small instrumental groups, student opera productions and local musical theater. In addition, the Bijou strives to bring special cultural and entertainment events that will enrich the lives of East Tennesseans, stimulate cultural diversity, promote the growth of downtown, and reflect excellence in the performing arts.