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Talk About Love at First Sight! It’s The Grand Opening The Home Design Studio!

Categories: Blog, Cook Brothers, Events | Posted: January 18, 2017

Cook Bros. Homes is excited to celebrate the Grand Opening of our brand new Home Design Studio on Thursday, February 9th from 4 to 8 p.m. There will be food and drinks, and our professional design team will be on hand to answer questions and offer ideas and inspiration.

The Cook Bros. team of professionals fashioned every inch of our new Home Design Studio to give our customers the best possible design experience. They have personally selected each feature and finish from some of the most trusted brands, giving homebuyers plenty of high quality choices. There are so many things to see– kitchen and bathroom vignettes, plus samples of cabinets, counters, flooring, faucets and lighting. The Home Design Studio will make finding the right style for your dream home a breeze!

Come discover a whole new way to experience the home building process at The Home Design Studio, located at 3571 Louisville Road in Louisville, TN. For more information, contact Ashley Cook at (865) 851-7373 or

10 Things to do in East Tennessee This Spring

Categories: Community, Cook Brothers, Events, Knoxville | Posted: April 19, 2016

Home to the Great Smoky Mountains, Zoo Knoxville, and Dollywood, East Tennessee offers dozens of events and activities. Here are 10 suggestions for travelers looking to enjoy the mild spring weather.

Tellico Lake

Located 30 miles from Knoxville in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Tellico Lake is an ideal spot for boating, fishing, swimming. There are trails for hiking and horseback riding, and golfers can enjoy spectacular views of Tellico Lake and the Great Smoky Mountains at Rarity Bay’s Championship Golf Course.

Market Square

Home to the International Biscuit Festival in May, First Night Knoxville and a farmers’ market scheduled to reopen May 4, historic Market Square is the premier destination for shopping, dining, and nightlife in Downtown Knoxville.

Zoo Knoxville

Zoo Knoxville is home to more than 800 and offers camel rides, behind the scenes tours and the Williams Family Giraffe Encounter, where visitors can get up close and personal with the animals. Little visitors can enjoy Wee Play Adventure, an indoor play experience will take you on an adventure to an island inhabited by dragons and a wide array of exotic lizards.

University of Tennessee Gardens

Named the official state botanical gardens in 2013, the University of Tennessee Gardens in Knoxville, Jackson, and Crossville are home to 4,000 annuals, perennials, herbs, tropicals, trees, shrubs, vegetables, and ornamental grasses. The gardens host events, classes, and workshops for adults and children throughout the spring and summer.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Straddling the Tennessee-North Carolina border for more than 800 square miles, Great Smoky Mountains National Park receives more than 9 million visitors every year, making it the most popular national park in the country. Download the Smokies Trip Planner to learn more about activities, attractions and accommodations at the park.

World’s Fair Park

Originally built for the 1982 Knoxville World’s Fair, World’s Fair Park has since been expanded to include a festival lawn, a performance lawn and a lake area. The Court of Flags Fountain’s interactive water play area operates seasonally from March through October, and visitors can enjoy a playground that is open year-round. The Sunsphere towers 266 feet above the park, its observation deck providing visitors with a 360-degree view of the city and beyond.

Dogwood Arts Festival

The Dogwood Arts Festival is a monthlong celebration of art, music, and culture. Don’t miss Rhythm & Blooms, a three-day music festival steeped in Knoxville’s rich musical history.

Dollywood and Dollywood Splash Country

The theme park, waterpark, and resort in Pigeon Forge is one of the most popular destinations in Tennessee. Owned by actor, musician, superstar diva Dolly Parton, Dollywood hosts five annual festivals including three in the spring: the Festival of Nations (March 19 to April 18), Barbecue and Bluegrass (May 13 to May 22), and Dollywood’s Thrill in the Hills (April 8-9).

Tulip Time at Crescent Bend

The historic Crescent Bend House and Gardens hosts the 16th annual Tulip Time festival from March 23 to April 30. More than 25,000 tulips will be in bloom, blanketing the 3-acre gardens overlooking the Tennessee River in a riot of color.

Gatlinburg Smoky Mountain Spring

Gatlinburg is home to nine spring-related festivals in April and May including the Beans and Cornbread Festival on May 12 and the Smoky Mountain Wine Fest on April 9, which features bottles from 17 Tennessee wineries and food from some of the best restaurants in the area.

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