Local Manufacturer Launches Product On Amazon, Ranked #1 New Release

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Prologue Grill & Fire Logs, a local manufacturer of fire logs made from recycled hickory wood shavings and sawdust, is now selling their product through Amazon.com, where it is listed as the "#1 New Release in Fire Pit & Outdoor Fireplace Parts." 

“Gathering the family around a campfire or your own backyard fire pit is an essential part of enjoying fall in the south,” said Dwight Bryant, owner and CEO of Prologue. “Now that we are selling our product on Amazon, anyone can have this experience surrounded by the smell of hickory.

Most importantly, you don’t have to worry about chemicals or glue in the fire your kids are roasting marshmallows over. Our products are 100 percent wood, so they are safe for cooking.”

Prologue manufactures the only extruded logs in the United States and uses sawdust and hickory wood shavings salvaged from another manufacturing plant. Recycling this product keeps raw material out of landfills. Prologues burn at a hotter temperature than regular firewood and are kiln treated, making them the best choice for state and national parks working to stop insects from infesting their forest. In addition to being bug free, the products are low smoke and spark free, making them ideal for open campfire cooking as well as grilling.

The 6-pack of 8-inch logs is available on Amazon. The product is Prime eligible, so members will not have to pay extra for shipping.  

Prologue is also available locally at:

·      Pruett’s Market, Signal Mountain

·      Raceway, Signal Mountain Road, Chattanooga

·      Ace Hardware, Whitwell

·      Raceway, Whitwell

"Extruded logs are already widely used in Europe and Canada for heating, but Prologue Grill & Fire Logs are the first that can be used for cooking, smoking and grilling as well as heating because they are chemical and glue free," officials said.

Businesses interested in carrying Prologues can contact 757-561-1576 or dwight@prologue-firelogs.com.


Tennessee Supreme Court Holds Statutory Cap On Non-Economic Damages Doesn't Violate State Constitution

The Dog Wizard Expands To Chattanooga

State Rep. Ron Travis Selected To Carry Contract Procurement Bill On Behalf Of Speaker Sexton


In an opinion released Wednesday, the Tennessee Supreme Court answered three certified questions from the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee, holding that Tennessee’s ... (click for more)

Mobile dog training franchise, The Dog Wizard, has expanded to Chattanooga. Local Professional Dog Trainer John Hayes founded the dog training franchise in Chattanooga that launched in February. ... (click for more)

House Speaker Cameron Sexton has asked State Rep. Ron Travis to serve as co-prime sponsor of House Bill 2727 as it travels through the committee process in the Tennessee House of Representatives. ... (click for more)




Business

Tennessee Supreme Court Holds Statutory Cap On Non-Economic Damages Doesn't Violate State Constitution

In an opinion released Wednesday, the Tennessee Supreme Court answered three certified questions from the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee, holding that Tennessee’s statutory cap on non-economic damages in civil cases does not violate the Tennessee Constitution. This case arose from injuries sustained by Jodi McClay in a store at the Nashville ... (click for more)

The Dog Wizard Expands To Chattanooga

Mobile dog training franchise, The Dog Wizard, has expanded to Chattanooga. Local Professional Dog Trainer John Hayes founded the dog training franchise in Chattanooga that launched in February. He’s been working in Chattanooga as a dog trainer for the past few years. Always perfecting his craft, Mr. Hayes said he wanted to offer Chattanooga an array of modern, world renowned ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Jacob Coyne Guilty Of Murder, Robbery; Gets Life In Prison In Slaying Of Jalen Little

A Criminal Court jury on Friday night found Jacob Coyne guilty in the March 2017 slaying of 19-year-old Jalen Little, who was shot down in the driveway of his home on Oak Tree Drive. Coyne was ruled guilty of first-degree murder, felony murder and especially aggravated robbery. He was sentenced by Judge Tom Greenholtz to life in prison on the two murder charges. He will be ... (click for more)

Chattanooga Airport Board Gives Go-Ahead For $25 Million Parking Garage

The Chattanooga Airport Board on Friday unanimously approved the awarding of $25 million to Hoar Construction in order to design and build a new four-level parking garage for the airport. While the current lot can house around 500 vehicles, the proposed parking garage will almost double the amount of spaces available. If all goes well, the project could be finished by next ... (click for more)

Opinion

Good Urban Design

Chattanooga is enjoying a robust movement to plan developments in a number of downtown neighborhoods, and there is good reason to believe that well designed development should be welcomed. The opposite is also true, that bad or poorly designed development should not be welcomed, especially if it seriously degrades the existing neighborhood. In the case of a sought after rezoning ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Saturday Funnies

At a recent self-help workshop for adult trauma victims, the main group was split into teams of eight for lunch. Each table was assigned a question, “What was your worst moment in your comeback?” At our table, everyone laughed about each other’s life-changing event but a beautiful girl, who had been a surgeon before a rare eye disease quickly took her sight, was dazzling. Currently, ... (click for more)