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October 19, 2016

KINGSTON, Tenn. — October 4, 2016 – NOAH’S Event Venue will open its doors in the fall of 2017, becoming Kingston’s newest location for weddings, meetings and social events.

A permit was issued this week for NOAH’S of Kingston (1200 Ladd Landing Blvd.) and construction is expected to begin in January. NOAH’S will be built from the ground up and will begin hosting events in the fall of 2017. This will be the second NOAH’S Event Venue in Tennessee. The national event venue corporation is currently building another venue in Memphis that is expected to open in December.

“We have been overwhelmed by the warm reception that we have received in Kingston,” said Kirsten Mussi, the Vice President of Public Relations for Noah Corporation. “Kingston has been on our radar for a long time and it truly seems like the community is excited to have a new venue that offers as much comfort and flexibility as NOAH’S.”

Noah Corporation is a national company with event venues across the country. Each building is equipped with a state-of-the-art audiovisual system, free wireless internet, hardwood floors, and a unique, moveable ceiling with patented technology that allows decorations to be suspended (without the need for a ladder) to transform the look of the Main Hall. The Main Hall also features an electric stage that rises out of the hardwood floor for a live band, DJ or presentation. All rentals include tables, chairs and tablecloths as well.

“Our customers love the flexibility that they can bring in their own vendors, including a caterer of their choice,” said Tiffany Rhodes, Vice President of Marketing for Noah Corporation. “NOAH’S is a beautiful blank canvas that allows each customer to create their vision for their event and customize their space within their budget, regardless of whether they are planning an elaborate wedding or a straightforward corporate event.”

Customers can rent out the entire 7,784-square-foot facility for their event or can rent any of the four rooms individually. The Kingston location has small and large conference rooms commonly used for birthday parties, weddings, and corporate events for up to 300 people. There is also a Game Room that features a pool table, shuffleboard table, ping pong table, leather furniture and a high-definition television and projector. The facility also houses a Bride’s Room, catering prep kitchen and an outdoor patio.

“NOAH’S is the first national event venue of its kind and we’re very excited about our newest location in Kingston, our second in Tennessee,” said Nicholas Redd, Chief Operating Officer for Noah Corporation. “We feel like our customers are initially drawn in by our easy-to-use business model and our state-of-the-art buildings, but it’s our unparalleled customer service and the feeling that we truly care about each event that keeps our customers coming back time and time again.”

Noah Corporation was founded in 2003 by William Bowser. The first NOAH’S facility opened in Utah in January of 2007 and as of October 2016, there are 30 open NOAH’S locations across the country with an additional six locations under construction in 2016.

For more information on Noah's, click HERE.