CoolSprings Galleria will this summer welcome two big-name tenants to its premises. In June, global jewelry seller Pandora will open its doors. Two months later, women's apparel giant Ann Taylor will return to the mall.
“We are eager to bring these stores to CoolSprings Galleria,” stated David Meadows, General Manager of CoolSprings Galleria. “Pandora is a stylish brand that will complement our current retailers and offer guests another elegant option for fashion accessories. Ann Taylor is a shopper favorite that we are glad to bring back to the center.”
A seven-year-old restaurant chain sporting a mountain lodge theme complete with "Lumber-Jill" outfits plans to open the doors to its first Tennessee restaurant next month. Twin Peaks is taking the place of the former Smokey Bones on Service Merchandise Boulevard just north of Moores Lane and will hire about 100 people.
Jackson National Life Insurance says it will set up a new IT center at its regional headquarters in Cool Springs, a move that has it looking for 20 systems and programming employees. The insurer, a subsidiary of Britain's Prudential plc, says the expansion will lift its Franklin headcount to almost 300.
“The expansion will allow us to recruit from the Middle Tennessee area and the southeast region to find the skilled professionals necessary to build and maintain the complex technologies that provide Jackson with a competitive advantage. Our senior management team recognizes the importance of fostering technical innovation to continue to serve the needs of our customers and distribution partners in a proactive and efficient fashion.”
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