Three Roots Capital holds ribbon cutting, open house at new headquarters

Three Roots Capital held a ribbon cutting and open house yesterday for its new headquarters in deep West Knox County.

According to Grady Vanderhoofven, President and Chief Executive Officer, it’s the third location for the nearly three-year old self-described “provider of impact capital products and advisory services that create successful outcomes for client companies and community partners while generating attractive returns for financial partners.”

Vanderhoofven said Three Roots has raised about $75 million over that period and either invested or loaned about $32 million. During his remarks to a roomful of attendees, he described a variety of projects from Cookeville to Johnson City.

Pictured here in sport coats or suits are the members of Three Roots Board of Directors. They are (left to right) Fred Tompkins, retired University of Tennessee administrator; Ray Moncrief, President and Chief Executive Officer and a board member of Southern Appalachian Management Company, LLC; Vanderhoofven; David Bradshaw,  Oak Ridge Area Manager for Pinnacle Financial Partners; and Roger Kiger, Chief Manager of Visionary Horizons Wealth Management.


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