A season of thanks from Cherokee Distributing Company

Thanksgiving signals the start of the holiday season when decorations adorn the streets and homes throughout Knoxville and East Tennessee. It means family and food and Friday shopping. But mostly it means thanks, and we have a lot to be thankful for at Cherokee Distributing Company.

We appreciate all of our employees, from the ones behind the scenes to the drivers who deliver the goods across all 22 counties we serve in East Tennessee. We’re grateful for our suppliers and brewery partners who make sure we have both the newest beverage offerings and the time-tested products that our customers have come to know and enjoy. We appreciate our retailers, restaurants and pubs whose employees work so hard to keep products well stocked and ready to buy or serve – as many folks are out celebrating or hosting parties at home this season.

And we are so grateful for the customers in our community, who appreciate a fine brew and the teamwork that goes into distribution.

Working in East Tennessee is a blessing in itself, but we’re also fortunate to enjoy such great customers, retailers, suppliers and employees. There is no place better for Thanksgiving than our hometowns nestled between the Cumberland Plateau and the Smoky Mountains. Thanksgiving means crisp mornings and frosty windshields. It means the orange, red and gold colors of fall and the approaching snowfalls of winter.

Most importantly, it means family – fun times, catching up, telling stories and watching football. There are many wonderful ways to celebrate Thanksgiving, and at Cherokee Distributing Company we have all kinds of beverages to make it festive from Kronenbourg Blanc Witbier, which pairs perfectly with post-Thanksgiving turkey sandwiches, to Angry Orchard Iceman, a hard cider that goes great with dessert.

Cherokee Distributing has a long list of friends, and on Thanksgiving, we extend our gratitude to all of you. Cherish this holiday season and enjoy it responsibly with the ones you love.

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