New Hamilton County Businesses

Monday, May 28, 2018

Here are the new business licenses from the County Clerk's office:

ACES PRESS LLC SUSAN  STOKER 3 PUBLISHING 711 SIGNAL MOUNTAIN ROAD STE 175 CHATTANOOGA TN 37405

AT HOME COMPLETE CARE TINA  JAMES 3 SITTING SERVICE FOR ELDERLY 5808 RINGGOLD ROAD EAST RIDGE TN 37412

BACK TO BLACK RICHARD  EDEN 4 CUSTOM SEALCOATING & PAVING 900 AIRPORT RD STE 79 CHATTANOOGA TN 37421

BELKS IMPORT AUTO SERVICE LLC GREGORY P BELK 3 AUTO REPAIR 4373 CROSS ST CHATTANOOGA TN 37416

BROCK'S AFFORDABLE LAWNCARE BROCK  PINKERTON 4 LANDSCAPING 1448 VANCE RD CHATTANOOGA TN 37421

CNC CUSTOM WOODWORKING PETER  CHURCHER 4 TRIM CARPENTRY 7605 TMB TRL BIRCHWOOD TN 37308

D-ELITE TRACK CLUB SHAUNDRA  O'NEAL 3 TRACK CLUB 6797 KENTON RIDGE CIRCLE CHATTANOOGA TN 37421

DOLLAR GENERAL STORE 18779 LAWRENCE  GATTA 2 RETAIL SALES GENERAL MERCHANDISE 7809 GAMBLE RD GEARGETOWN TN 37336

EASY MONEY KYLE F HANSON 3 BILL PAYMENT, PREPAID CARDS, MONEY ORDERS, WIRE TRANSFERS, CHECK CASHING 5707 BRAINERD RD CHATTANOOGA TN 37411

EASY MONEY KYLE F HANSON 3 BILL PAY, WIRE TRANSFERS, MONEY ORDERS, PREPAID CARDS 7401 E BRAINERD RD CHATTANOOGA TN 37421

EFINCIA CONSTRUCTION LLC ERIC V DICKINSON 4 CONSTRUCTION 6309 MARY LEE WAY HIGH POINT NC 27265

EL FOGON MEXICAN RESTAURANT ALFREDO  ESPINOZA CABELLO 2 RESTAURANT 8023 HIXSON PIKE HIXSON TN 37343

GRIDLY BEAR SOLUTIONS KARLA   RAMIREZ 3 OUTDOOR MAINTANANCE SERVICES 2801 FAIRVIEW DR CHATTANOOGA TN 37406

HILL HEAT & AIR JIM  HILL 3 HVAC SERVICE AND REPAIR 1450 HWY 41 RINGGOLD GA 30736

HOLLY OGDEN PHOTOGRAPHY HOLLY A OGDEN 3 PORTRAITURE SESSIONS, PRINTS AND DIGITAL PURCHASES 835 N VALLEY WOOD CIR HIXSON TN 37343

JEREMEY NORFOLK JEREMEY D NORFOLK 3 HANDYMAN 915 S SEMINOLE DR APT 1 CHATTANOOGA TN 37412

JR MASONRY JOSE  RODRIGUEZ 4 MASONRY CONTRACTOR 4805 14TH AVE CHATTANOOGA TN 37407

KORNER MARKET VIRGINIA  VELASQUEZ 1 CONVENIENCE STORE 2328 ROSSVILLE BLVD CHATTANOOGA TN 37408

MAD AMISH  PATEL 2 CARTERING 7974 CHIANTI WAY CHATTANOOGA TN 37421

NORTH CHATTANOOGA  RENTALS MATTHEW  SIMS 3 SHORT TERM VACATION RENTALS 6401 SAWYER RD SIGNAL MTN TN 37377

PAPER MOON PROPERTIES LLC NANCY  SCHRADER 3 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 1421 CHOATE RD SUITE 2 EAST RIDGE TN 37412

PATRICK MCDOWELL PATRICK W MCDOWELL 3 PAINTING AND HOME REPAIR 304 ARROW DRIVE SIGNAL MOUNTAIN TN 37377

POZVIBEZ ENTERTAINMENT ERIC L SHROPSHIRE 3 DJ SERVICES, ARTIST DEVELOPMENT, PROMOTION, RECORDING 6719 TRIPLE CROWN COURT CHATTANOOGA TN 37421

RCC ASSOCIATES INC BEVERLY N RAPHAEL 4 CONTRACTOR 255 JIM MORAN BLVD DEERFIELD BEACH FL 33442

REVIVE AESTHETICS & WELLNESS LLC JAMES  STAFFORD 3 MEDICAL INJECTABLES, FACIAL SKIN CARE PRODUCTS 1605 GUNBARREL RD CHATTANOOGA TN 37421

ROB RENNER CONSTRUCTION ROB  RENNER 4 GENERAL CONTRACTOR 860 STUART RD NE CLEVELAND TN 37312

SIMPLE 2 ELEGANT PERSONAL CHEF SERVICE JEFFREY  MARTINEZ 3 PERSONAL CHEF SERVICES, MEAL PREP, MENU PLANNING, GROCERY SHOPPING 3 PRIMROSE CIRCLE SIGNAL MTN TN 37377

TACO BELL #034026 TIM  MORRISON 2 FAST FOOD RESTAURANT 3544 CUMMINGS HWY CHATTANOOGA TN 37419

TENNESSEE REMODELING FRANK   WALKER 4 RESIDENTIAL AND BUSINESS REMODELING AND NEW CONSTRUCTION 97 MCCOY ST SPENCER TN 38585

THE HONEY DO SERVICE INC BRACK B BIGGS, JR 3 MOSTLY REPAIRS 1920 NORTHPOINT BLVD STE 114 HIXSON TN 37343

TIENDA ELECTRONICA LA BENDICION LUCAS  VELASQUEZ 2 SALES OF USED ELECTRONICS AND CLOTHES 4707 DODDS AVE CHATTANOOGA TN 37407

TURNER AIR CONDITION SERVICE ALBERT L TURNER JR 3 SERVICE, MAINTENANCE, A/C REPAIR 6758 HARBOR CIR CHATTANOOGA TN 37416

WILY WHIMSIES ERON  LANGFORD 2 CUSTOM DRAPERIES AND ALTERATIONS 4905 SUNNYSIDE AVE CHATTANOOGA TN 37409


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