Wilson Living Magazine was chosen by Channel 2 News morning anchor, Julie Kroenig as a business that’s ‘Positively Tennessee.’
SubmittedWhat a busy week at Wilson Living. We spent most of the week putting final touches on our Political and Americana themed July/August issue. Readers will not only get to know each of the three candidates running for Wilson County Mayor, you will also get reacquainted with some familiar political faces. Also this issue, Wilson Living contributor, Roy Harris shares a story titled, “America the Great!” In it, he weaves a fascinating story of why this country of ours is a wonderful place to live. Living the life of freedom is not something we should take for granted, although we often do. For a few minutes while your reading this inspirational piece you will realize that July 4th is more about life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness than a day off from work, sparklers and grilled hotdogs. Did you notice any familiar faces on the news last week? Channel 2 specifically? Please let me fill you in. Wilson Living Magazine was chosen by Channel 2 News morning anchor, Julie Kroenig as a business that’s ‘Positively Tennessee.’ ‘Positively Tennessee’ is a news segment dedicated to sharing local positive economic stories that sometimes get overlooked in this time so laden with news about a failing economy. Julie and News 2 photographer, Ken Wilson traveled to Lebanon and shot a story about how Wilson Living began during the recession and has been thriving ever since. If you missed it, you can watch the entire story online at www.wkrn.com or you can go to Wilson Living Magazine fan page on facebook at www.facebook.com/wilsonlivingmagazine. If you don’t have a facebook account, no worries, as we should have the story up on the Wilson Living website by the end of this week. With the heat index hovering in the triple digits this week, now is the perfect time to escape the heat and take in a movie at The Roxy Theater in Lebanon. With 10 screens showcasing Hollywood’s latest hits, super comfortable seating and an expanded snack bar that can satisfy any palette, the summer heat will seem more bearable. Our next issue is set to hit stands on July 2. If you have an event that you would like posted on our calendar for September/October send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Keep reading!