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Rhinestone Cowboy Glen Campbell Museum-New Addition to Tower's Nashville Building

By Jim Casey - Nash Country Daily
August 8, 2019

Glen Campbell to Be the Subject of New Museum in Downtown Nashville

Following in the footsteps of Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline and George Jones, Glen Campbell will be the subject of a new museum in downtown Nashville.

The Glen Campbell Museum & Rhinestone Stage, which is slated to open in early 2020, will honor the life of the “Rhinestone Cowboy” by showcasing different stages of his career and displaying a collection of personal artifacts, including guitars, instruments, golf clubs, family photos, stage clothing and much more.

Located at the corner of Broadway and 2nd Avenue, the 4,000-square-foot museum will transform into The Rhinestone Stage in the evenings, a live music venue that hopes to attract national and local acts.

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Tower Hosts Womens Veterans Photo Shoot at Natomas Pointe Plaza

By Press Release
March 2, 2017

Tower Investments was pleased to host James R. Morrison Photography at its Natomas Pointe Plaza property in Sacramento for a photo shoot related to the She Also Served Project that recognizes women veterans, their service to our country and the contributions they make to our communities.  The photo shoot today was for Danielle Marshall, a US Air Force veteran...

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Tower's tenant, retail-giant Fanatics, makes news with new Bay Area HQ

By Aaron Kinney - The Mercury News
July 27, 2016

"Fanatics, online sports retail giant, sets up shop at Bay Meadows"

SAN MATEO -- As Bay Area sports fans enjoy a glorious renaissance fueled by the Giants and Warriors, a company that converts that passion into e-commerce gold has planted its corporate flag in the heart of the Peninsula.

Fanatics, a global leader in online sports merchandise, opened a new West Coast headquarters this month in San Mateo, reflecting the importance of Silicon Valley's talent pool to the company's growth in the realm of mobile technology. The move tucks another feather in the cap of the city's Bay Meadows development, a sprawling two-stage project on the site of a former horse-racing track.

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"Elk Run is proud of neighbor, Mayo Clinic, for its distinction of 'best hospital in the USA'"

July 15, 2014

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"CMA Country Music Fest attracts top artists and 80,000 fans"

June 8, 2014

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"Tower Entertainment Venues doing well in booming Nashville"

By Sara Clemence - Wall Street Journal
June 7, 2014

It's a small city with a big reputation-almost all of it deserved.  Over the past decade or so, Nashville has evolved beyond a music mecca to become a celebrity magnet and a culinary powerhouse too.  Under-the-radar restaurants no longer exist-new establishments seem to get national attention faster than you can say "Catbird Seat."  You might spot anyone from Tom Hanks to Justin Timberlake on the streets.  A certain prime-time, eponymous television show hasn't exactly dimmed the spotlight on the town.  

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Stonyford Ranch hosts 2014 Field of Dreams annual Kid's Fishing Day

By Press Release
May 27, 2014

Woodland, California – May 27, 2014.  Forgetting my cell phone at home was the best way to start a rewarding day on the lake fishing with disadvantaged children.  The 9th-annual Field of Dreams’ Kid's Fishing Day was a great success.  No cell phone required. paybestwatch01.me

The event started on Friday, May 16th with dinner at Granzella's in Williams, CA.  Great food and two guest speakers – 11-yr. old Joe Mammola of Yuba City and 14-yr. old Albertito Salomon of Sacramento.  Their optimism and humor made the evening.

The families equipped with new fishing gear stayed the night at Granzella's Inn.  Saturday began with a big breakfast and then off to fish on a lake at family owned cattle ranch in Stonyford, CA.

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Tower Investments offers land for new Pine Island Elementary School

Tower Investments, LLC offered to donate 38 acres of land to the Pine Island Public Schools for a building site for a new PreK-4 school. The donation is contingent on residents of the district passing
By Alice Duschanek-Myers-Zumbrota News-Record
December 11, 2013

PINE ISLAND – On December 6, Pine Island School Board chairman Jeff Leland announced that Tower Investments, LLC will donate 38 acres of land to the school to build a new PreK-4 school. The land donation is contingent on the residents of the district passing the referendum to construct the building.

Leland read a letter confirming the donation that was written to Superintendent Tammy Berg-Beniak by Tower’s Senior Vice President John W. Pierce. The letter read, “Tower Investments is proud to be part of the growth of the City of Pine Island. We believe excellent public education is a critical component of a city’s growth. Pine Island Public Schools have provided the excellence in public education in the past but we have seen that they are in need of additional facilities to continue this level of high quality education.

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Tower Investments wins eminent domain dispute with MDHA over Music City Center land

By Nate Rau-The Tennessean
October 17, 2013

A bitterly contentious four-year legal dispute about the fair value of land Metro took to build the new convention center came to a close Wednesday when the Tennessee Supreme Court denied the city’s request to appeal, giving a decisive victory to development firm Tower Investments.

Metro used eminent domain to take land south of Broadway it needed to build Music City Center, and then paid owners what it contended was fair market value for their property. Only a handful of property owners contested the value of their land, led by Tower, which hired an all-star team of attorneys to represent its case. The Metro Development and Housing Agency handled the condemnation cases for the project.

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