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Carter Antiques now open on Lebanon Rd PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, September 30, 2015

A new antique shop, Carter Antiques & More, on Lebanon Road in Mt. Juliet , is now open. 

Owner Ann Carter has lived in Old Hickory for about fifteen years and has been running antique shops for over 30 years so neither Mt. Juliet or antiques are new to her. She had shops in Franklin and in Nashville before opening her new one here in Mt. Juliet.

Carter admitted that she had been looking for a while saying, “I have lived here for fifteen years and I was looking for a building for a little over a year.”

Carter is excited about the move, and said “I have a great selection of furniture and collectibles. I have dealers here and they take pride in their booth and work very hard. I do individual and insurance appraisals and estate sales. With me living in the Old Hickory area for 15 years, it made sense for me to have an antique store out here. I am very happy to be part of the community.”

Carter Antiques is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 12:30-4:30 p.m. They will be having a grand opening celebration on Saturday, Oct. 10, at 14665-A, Lebanon Road, Old Hickory.

Waddell & Reed holding benefit Glow Golf Tournament PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Waddell & Reed Edwards-Porter Group will be holding their first annual Charity Glow Golf Tournament Friday, Aug. 28 at Windtree Golf Course. 

The tournament will benefit the Starfish Infertility Foundation. The foundation was started by Brandon Edwards of Waddell & Reed Edwards-Porter Group and his wife to help family’s without insurance coverage access to infertility treatments. Edwards and his wife spent over $100,000 when they were trying to conceive, and finally had success in their fourth try with in vetro fertilization. All funds raised from the golf tournament will go to the foundation. 

Registration for the event will begin Aug. 28 at 3 p.m. with the “Light 9” starting at 4:30 p.m. After dinner and a concert with the local band Brother Trouble, the “Dark 9” complete with glow up golf balls will start at 7:30 p.m. Awards will immediately follow. 

Entry fee is $125 per person or $500 per team. That entitles you to green and cart fees, player gift, beverages, awards dinner and post tournament concert. In addition, there will be hole in one contests for prizes valued at up to $50,000, free door prizes and awards for target hole and closest to the pin. Hole in One sponsors are Gary Force Acura, TNT Watersports, America’s Motor Sports. Other sponsors include Ivy Funds, Wal-Mart, Mt. Juliet Wine & Spirits, Nationwide, Jet’s Pizza, Re: Move Training, Edwards Photography Studios, The Game 102.5 and Securian. Beverages will be provided by Mt. Juliet Beer Company. 

The tournament will be limited to a set number of teams, so register early. You can contact Brandon Edwards, Martin Porter, David Gerkin or Allison Bivens at (615)810-8185 or register at 

Find your style at Clementine’s PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Mason Taylor

Intern Writer

New boutique clothing, as well as consignment clothes for all ages and styles await you at Clementines Consignment Boutique. 

Heather Sullivan is the owner of Clementine’s which opened last fall and is located on 11229 Lebanon Rd in the Publix shopping center. 

Clementine’s now has 200 consigners along with a long waiting list of people ready to sell. 

The building itself has an authentic antique feel and meshes well with the nature of their products. Clementine’s prides itself on the individual care it provides to each of its customers. Clementine’s staff helps customers out from everything from finding sizes to helping customers picking outfits. People are also able to keep up with Clementine’s through their Facebook page, or you can contact them at (615)288-3540. 

Clementine’s is open Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Sundays 1 to 5:30 p.m., but they will occasionally stay open past that time. 

Tressler & Associates thriving in MJ PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, May 26, 2015

The last six months have been a momentous time for Tressler & Associates, Law Firm.  They celebrated their 5-year anniversary this past fall, and are proud to announce to the community that their new location in Mt. Juliet is open for business and thriving! 

Placing roots in the Mt. Juliet community has been a part of their vision from the beginning.  The firm has grown from two employees to a powerhouse team of 20.  Just as Mt. Juliet has continued to experience great growth, fueled by smart and steady economic progress. Tressler & Associates, Law Firm has found growth and success with their purpose driven work ethic, dedicated to serve their ever-expanding and loyal, client base. Their mission to “Secure Your Peace of Mind” remains at the center of their practice, enabling their clients to focus on what matters to them most. 

Founder and Attorney Todd A. Tressler, II, saw an opportunity in the legal services to create a working environment both for his clients and his team members that promoted a better way of life. He believes that practicing law has gone astray from its original intent.  As one of the oldest professions that began as a true public service, it has been tarnished too often and is now seen by many as, money chasing, untrustworthy or sadly unjust.  Todd maintains a deep desire to change that perception in the communities they serve, by providing distinct differences in their operation and service.  His hope is that this new perception will one day be the norm in the legal industry, as they blend modern zeal with an “old school” way of providing legal services to their clients.

Tressler & Associates, Law Firm, considers it an honor to share and cultivate this vision for providing legal counsel, and does this in ways different from other firms.  From offering a fair billing system, to ensuring prompt and clear communication returns, their goal in the industry is to begin a transformation that brings legal counsel back to what it was originally intended to be, a true public service.  

With knowledgeable, and dedicated attorneys, Tressler & Associates, Law Firm is committed to Securing Your Peace of Mind throughout all the exciting, and sometimes trying, stages of life.  From buying a house, or starting a business, to planning an estate or handling a mistake, they are here to help when life happens. Through real estate law, business law, estate planning, general counsel, contract law, personal injury, and civil and criminal litigation, the team at Tressler & Associates, Law Firm, serves with passion, and strives to marry their fresh approach and new prospective with the honorable traditions of the legal industry.   

With established roots still located in Lebanon, Tennessee, Tressler & Associates, PLLC is a proud family that is honored to now have a permanent place in the Mt. Juliet community to grow and call “home”.  They serve the entire Middle Tennessee community.

Tressler & Associates, Law Firm is located at 1400 N. Mt. Juliet Rd., Suite 204, Mt. Juliet, TN 37122. Contact Them Today at 615-622-2909 or at

MJ business owner cooking up treats for your pets PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Nathan Crowell

Intern Writer

Southern Paw Kitchen is a new, locally-owned business for pets in middle Tennessee, and offers biscuits for dogs modeled after traditional, southern cooking, made fresh with natural ingredients.

The owner and head chef, Leslie Mayo, is a native of Nashville and a dog owner herself whose passion for pets led her to make Southern Paw Kitchen in April 2015.

Among the variety of dog biscuits, Southern Paw Kitchen offers southern-inspired flavors such as “Banana Pudding”, “TN Turkey & Dressing”, “Chicken & Dumpling”, and “Cornbread Beef Stew”. The company also sells dry dog shampoo with scents such as lavender and rosemary.

You can find Southern Paw Kitchen on Facebook at or on Twitter at

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