The MoxCar Minute – Business news, shopping apps and more

The MoxCar Minute – Business news, shopping apps and more


Commercial Metals Company, based in Texas, has acquired Gerdau steel mills in Knoxville and in three other U.S. cities. Steel recycling operations will continue at the Knoxville mill, which was founded in the 1860s as Knoxville Iron Company and is one of the city’s oldest businesses. Shoppers can save time and money on Black
Friday with apps such as ShopSavvy and Santa’s Bag. U.S. Cellular’s Jenn Simmons recommends
using mobile devices to both find the best deals and track your budget when holiday shopping. Looking for a unique gift or addition to your
holiday décor? The Tennessee Theatre has commissioned two
handmade ornaments to commemorate its 90th anniversary. A $45 glass keepsake shows the building with
the iconic blade sign and celebrates the theatre’s musical, theatrical and movie history. A $250 replica of the Tennessee blade sign
is adorned with Swarovski crystal, and only 90 were made. Visit tennesseetheatre.com/giftshop to get
yours today. The Big Ears Festival 10th anniversary lineup
is set with more than 100 artists coming to Knoxville from around the globe. The Punch Brothers, Béla Fleck, Meredith
Monk and Knoxville native Yves Tumor are among the eclectic performers scheduled for the
four-day event March 21-24. Big Ears also features a film festival, workshops, talks, exhibitions and 12-hour drone concert. Get tickets at bigearsfestival.org. The MoxCar Minute – news for you.

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