Fresh Coat Knoxville opens in Farragut

Greg Spradling, left, of Farragut joins his wife, Amy, and sons, Evan, 13, second from right, and Noah, 21, in opening a new business in Farragut, Fresh Coat Knoxville. Farragut residents Greg and Amy Spradling took their own experience with painters and purchased Fresh Coat Knoxville, a local franchise, to launch their own business in Farragut.

The Spradlings opened Fresh Coat Knoxville May 2 and are working out of their Faragut home currently, Spradling said. The company serves Farragut, Knoxville, Cedar Bluff, West Hills, Bearden, Northshore and surrounding communities.

“I was looking for something different, something we could build for our future and for the future of our boys,” Greg Spradling said. “When we came across Fresh Coat Painters and met with the corporate team, we knew these were honest, down-to-earth people.

“On the way home, Amy and I knew this was a business that made sense for us and our community,” Greg Spradling said.
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