Prisma Expands Nashville, Tennessee, Operations Complex
Due to increased demand across the company’s locations in Tennessee and Arizona, Prisma will expand its facility by more than 100,000 square feet, which will include new office space and additional upgrades, according to company officials.
“Prisma chose Nashville specifically for our expansion in order to increase logistical capabilities across both coasts. We are thrilled to invest in this community and look forward to continued growth,” Prisma Nashville, LLC President Michelle Yun said.
Prisma service offerings stem from three key solutions that can move freely from strategy to creative, and from print to digital. The company offers fully integrated services from concept to implementation.
“A significant portion of Tennessee’s job growth is the result of companies choosing to expand their operations in our state. Prisma’s expansion underscores the strength of Tennessee’s business climate, and we thank the company for its additional investment and job creation in Nashville,” noted TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe.
“TVA and Nashville Electric Service congratulate Prisma on its decision to expand operations and create new jobs in Davidson County. Helping to support companies, like Prisma, create job opportunities and investment in the region is fundamental to TVA’s and NES’ mission of service. We are proud to partner with the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development to help further that mission and celebrate this announcement together,” John Bradley, TVA senior vice president of Economic Development said.
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