February 25, 2010 | Barb Carr

Upcoming Knoxville, Tennessee 2-Day TapRooT® Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis

Knoxville, Tennessee, “the perfect mix of small town charm and big city fun,” is the location of a 2-Day TapRooT® Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis course on March 29-30. We think it’s a great town because that’s where our office is located, but with plenty to do and see, Knoxville is also a great choice for a TapRooT® course.

Here are some recommendations for a trip to Knoxville:

The Smoky Mountains

The Smoky Mountains are just a short drive from Knoxville. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a great location for hiking, photography, exploring Appalachian culture, or simply enjoying the outdoors. There are hiking trails for any activity level, and with the average highs in the 70s, it is a pleasant place to experience nature. With many hiking trails, from short, paved walkways to long, steep hikes, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the beauty of the Smokies.

The Bijou Theater

The Bijou is the fourth oldest building in Knoxville and is know for the excellent sound quality it provides for music and performing arts. “With a capacity of just over 700, every seat in the house is a great one” (http://www.knoxbijou.com/info.htm). The Bijou has recently undergone renovations and is sure to offer a great experience to visitors.

The Historic Tennessee Theatre

Arrange a personal tour of the theatre or buy tickets for an upcoming event.

Blount Mansion

Blount Mansion is known as the “birthplace of Tennessee” because of the many historical events that have occurred within its walls. “Known by the Cherokee Indians as “the house with many eyes,” Blount Mansion has watched American history parade through its rooms and on the streets outside. Step inside and share America’s big stories with us.”

Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame (http://www.wbhof.com/)

“The Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame opened in June 1999 in Knoxville, Tennessee. It is the only facility of its kind dedicated to all levels of women’s basketball. So whether you are looking for inspiration, education or just plain fun, the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame is the place to find it!” (http://www.wbhof.com/about.html). Adult admission is $7.95, which includes access to the exhibits and the athletic playground.

Here are some other links of local interest:

The University of Tennessee


Knoxville Tourism and Sports




TN Vacation


Reserve your spot for the 2-day course in Knoxville today!

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