On Thursday, June 8, 2017, Sync.Space celebrated their official grand opening with live music, food, tours, and a ribbon cutting ceremony provided by the Kingsport Chamber of Commerce.
(Ribbon Cutting: Pictured L-R Steve Lahair, Chair of Kingsport Chamber Foundation; Kingsport City Mayor John Clark; Sullivan County Mayor Richard Venable; Mike McIntire, Kingsport City Vice Mayor; Heath Guinn, Sync.Space Founder; Amanda Guinn, Keith Nakoff, Ashley Cox, and Jody Perry)
After nearly a year in the making, founder Heath Guinn has officially opened the doors of Sync.Space. Sync.Space is a co-working space for location-independent workers. Co-working is perfect for entrepreneurs, small business owners, start-ups, and other professionals who need office space – but with a more creative and casual vibe.
For grand opening ceremonies, Sync.Space welcomed Greenville, South Carolina musician, Mark Webb, Jr. Mr. Webb sang and played acoustic guitar to entertain the audience. In addition, heavy appetizers were served for guests to enjoy and tours were offered for first time visitors to learn more about what Sync.Space has to offer.
Greenville, South Carolina musician Mark Webb, Jr.
The celebration got started at 2:00pm and the official ribbon cutting ceremony by the Kingsport Chamber of Commerce was held at 4:00pm. Kingsport City Mayor John Clark and Kingsport Chamber Foundation Chair Steve Lahair welcomed guests, spoke about the impact Sync.Space will have on the entrepreneurial environment of Kingsport and Northeast TN, and presided over the ribbon cutting ceremony.
(Pictured L-R: Kingsport City Mayor John Clark and Sync.Space Founder Heath Guinn)
Sync.Space is now open and accepting new members and sponsors to support their efforts to provide office space and other entrepreneurial resources in the region. You can learn more by going to https://sync.space, by following them on Facebook, or by calling 423-765-1063 to schedule a visit today.