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KnoxvillePage to shutdown permanently unless it is bought

Anthony Ragland announced in an email that he has “made a decision to sell KnoxvillePage to the highest bidder or to take it off the Internet on June 30.”

As described in this May 2019 teknovation.biz article, the mission of the site was “to help Knoxville residents and visitors find local daily deals and shop local retailers online. We also give people the opportunity to win gifts from local businesses.”

Soon after launching, COVID-19 hit, and Ragland says, “We made a decision to stop all billing and close our doors due to the pandemic.” Now, he’s living in Nashville, has opened a new business named CMOswipefile.com, and will be getting married soon.

He’s made some updates to the site. Anyone interested in contacting him can do so at anthony@knoxvillepage.com.

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