"There was a missing spot here, and that's why it's been on the radar for a long time.It was just a prime location to be." Fleet Feet enters the running market in a retail plaza already frequented by outdoor recreation enthusiasts.The store is next door to a Trek Bicycle shop and across the parking lot from Rock/Creek.The 2,400-square-foot facility is also a quarter of a mile from Fast Break Athletics, a long-established local running store on Cherokee Boulevard with a loyal customer base."It's climbing and it has been climbing," Fast Break Athletics owner Alan Outlaw said of the local running market."Obviously, when a larger chain comes into town, there's a reason for it.As you continue to make decisions about what you want for yourself in 2017, take a moment to come out and celebrate one survivor’s story. Over the past couple years, Chattanooga has received different accolades claiming it as a top city for many things: • Outdoor Magazine’s Best City  • First U. city to have a community-wide fiber optic network: “Gig City”  • Best city for startup companies  • #1 for social well being  It’s no doubt that Chattanooga is a wonderful city.
In recognition of Human Trafficking Awareness month, Second Life is holding its 6th annual “Unite. We invite you to join us and hear the story of Margeaux Gray, a survivor of trafficking who has experienced this second life firsthand, and is now an advocate and speaker. on January 27, at the Double Tree in downtown Chattanooga.
Even if I fall off the bandwagon with some of my resolutions, (Let’s be honest…I have yet to hit the gym!
) it is because I made the decision not to continue. I am struck by the fact that National Human Trafficking Awareness month lands in the month of new beginnings.
But it occurs to me as I write this that not everyone is able to hope for new beginnings.
I am blessed to have the freedom to dream, hope, and create aspirations for my year.