Knoxville, TN – Visit Knoxville and the Knoxville Chamber are happy to announce that the Official 2017 Visitors and Relocation Guide is printed and ready for distribution. This is the third year these teams have partnered to produce this publication. The guide has a print distribution of 225,000 copies and is available in digital form at and

The 2017 guide features articles on Zoo Knoxville and how Knoxville is a “Maker City.” The Relocation section includes additional information on healthcare, education and Knoxville’s phenomenal quality of life. Readers will also find maps and citywide listings for attractions, restaurants, hotels, shops, entertainment and museums.

“We appreciate all of the people in Knoxville who have partnered with us to make this guide come to fruition,” states Kim Bumpas, President Visit Knoxville. “The guide really is an amazing partnership with the Knoxville Chamber that keeps growing.” 

“This annual publication is an important promotional piece for our city, county, and region. It provides a great snapshot of the amenities Knoxville offers visitors and residents, alike. We are proud of our partnership with Visit Knoxville and of our collective efforts to market Knoxville as a great place to visit and live,” states Mike Edwards, president and CEO of the Knoxville Chamber

The Visitors and Relocation Guide will be distributed to the 16 Welcome Centers across Tennessee, as well: 

  • Downtown Visitors Center at 301 S. Gay Street
  • Outdoor Knoxville Adventure Center
  • UT Visitors Center
  • Market House on Market Square
  • Knoxville Chamber
  • Knoxville Convention Center
  • Sunsphere
  • Knoxville Museum of Art
  • The Pinnacle at Turkey Creek

Visit Knoxville (Knoxville Convention and Visitors Bureau) is the official CVB for the City of Knoxville and Knox County. Visit Knoxville is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, private company that works together with the community, business leaders and local and state government to further develop Knoxville as a premier leisure, meetings and travel destination.

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As the largest chamber of commerce in East Tennessee, the Knoxville Chamber represents over 2,200 businesses of all sizes and at all stages of maturity. Whether it is helping existing businesses grow, recruiting new companies to the region, striving to establish a world-class workforce, or advocating for business-friendly government, the Knoxville Chamber is working to fulfill its mission of Driving Regional Economic Prosperity.