Mashburn Outdoor Installs 11 Large-Format LED “MOA Clear Vision” Digital Boards

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Mashburn Outdoor announced it has installed 11 large-format LED “MOA Clear Vision” digital boards in Chattanooga.

Officials said, "Mashburn Outdoor is proud to have partnered with Prismaflex USA in placing the first 11 of 20 planned Prismatonic “MOA Clear Vision” LED digital boards within our Chattanooga market plant.


"Prismaflex was among several companies carefully evaluated by MOA to manufacture and provide 11 of the highest clarity digital boards in the outdoor space. Six 16-mm junior bulletins, two 16-mm posters, two 10-mm junior bulletins and one 20-mm bulletin.

"Mashburn Outdoor strives to provide our advertising customers with affordable; high impact advertising solutions backed by superior customer service.  Prismaflex's quality to detail, excellent customer service record and competitive digital board prices allows MOA to provide Chattanooga advertisers with the best and clearest digital billboards available in the market."

Laura Ketcham Joins Miller & Martin

The Chattanooga office of Miller & Martin PLLC welcomed its newest member, Ms. Laura F. Ketcham. Ms. Ketcham is a member of the firm's Commercial Department, focusing her practice in the areas of bankruptcy and creditors' rights, commercial finance and providing general business counsel. She has represented various stakeholders in commercial bankruptcy cases across the ... (click for more)

Chattanooga Chamber Presents Business Calendar For Oct. 12-16

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Attorney Patrick Says Chattanooga Is "Most Logical Place" For Consolidating Volkswagen Lawsuits; Hearing Set Dec. 3

Attorney Gary Patrick said Chattanooga is "the most logical place for consolidating the Volkswagen litigation because it is the only location in the country where VW vehicles are being produced." Attorney Patrick, of the local firm of Patrick, Beard, Schulman and Jacoway, said a hearing is set Dec. 3 in New Orleans on the issue. A host of lawsuits seeking class action status ... (click for more)

Woman Stabbed To Death On Hooker Road; Man Injured; Suspect Being Interviewed

A young woman was stabbed to death on Hooker Road early Friday morning and a man was injured. At approximately 1:54 a.m., Chattanooga Police responded to a stabbing at the 4000 block of Hooker Road. There police located Angel Evans, 33, deceased. She was stabbed multiple times. A second person, Gerald Nelson, 24, was transported to a local hospital with non-life-threatening ... (click for more)

The Facts About Jail

Since Roy had such a positive reaction to Jeffrey Cross's wonderful (and wonderfully civil--how refreshing) email response to his column on the bike lanes, allow me to speak on the subject of the jail.  First off, Roy's right about some things:  It is overcrowded, underfunded, and understaffed.  This is no secret, it's in the Grand Jury report every term.  Here's ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: We Must Learn To Tell

On July 4th of this year, FBI agents – acting on a tip -- arrested Alexander Ciccolo, a 23-year-old with known mental problems, as he carried a duffle bag full of automatic attack weapons. Moments before, he had bought the illegal firearms from an undercover informant outside of Boston. As agents later scoured his apartment, they found bomb-making equipment including a pressure ... (click for more)