Miles Auto Spa's recently launched M Chemicals, which specializes in logistical and analytical services for carwash operators across Tennessee, announced today it made its first hires and deliveries.
The company, announced on Nov. 20, is partnering with Turtle Wax Pro as the preferred provider of the latter’s products in the state.
Miles (stylized as MILES) Auto Spa was founded in 2007 by telecommunications industry veteran Miles Johnson, who later partnered with fellow telecom sector executive Rocky Crossland. The two have since built a luxury carwash business that met the type success that allowed for the creation of M Chemicals, Johnson said in a release.
“With the launch of M Chemicals, we are taking our initial idea a step further by extending our consumer reach to include carwash operators,” he said.
Regions Insurance has acquired Franklin-based The Hanback Group, The Tennessean reports. Terms of the purchase were not disclosed. Regions Insurance is a subsidiary of Regions Bank.
The Franklin Planning Commission has approved plans that will allow the expansion of the CoolSprings Galleria, Channel 2 reports.
Work on the three-phase project at the Williamson County-based mall should begin in early 2014.
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Nashville-based graphic design firm Juicebox Designs has become a recommended vendor for national chain Wild Birds Unlimited.
With a Nashville-area presence in Berry Hill, Franklin and Goodlettsville, Wild Birds Unlimited Inc. has 266 stores (mainly franchised) nationwide.
Jay Smith, who founded Juicebox Designs with wife Kristi Smith, said the company is in talks to determine which of the Wild Birds Unlimited stores will carry Juicebox greeting cards.
“I am in the process of contacting all of those store owners who we have sent sample bird products to in the hope that they will want to carry our products in their stores,” he said.
The Smiths began producing small prints and greeting card sets last year at the same time they launched the rebranding of their design firm. Their first product line featured custom-illustrated birds and has, Jay Smith said, been successful with website sales and in specialty boutiques around Nashville.
Juicebox Designs unveiled its new product line last week, with the theme of suns and moons.
“Our bird products were a great beginning to our retail division,” Smith said. “Now with our suns and moons line, we have a completely different theme and illustration style to offer our customers, which also helps promote those same skills and styles we use every day in our design firm.”
Locally, Juicebox Designs cards are available at The Willow Tree in Sylvan Park, Art & Invention in East Nashville and Pangaea in Hillsboro Village.
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