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In The News & Media

News Stories & More!

Jerred Spearheads New Christmas Ornaments Project for Whitehaven 

October 12, 2021

“It is with great pleasure I am happy to announce that the community of Whitehaven will be receiving brand new, upgraded Christmas ornaments for their street post for the 2021 Holiday season! Through the hard work and vision of community leader Mrs. Hazel Moore, Commissioner for the City of Memphis’ City Beautiful Commission, Jerred Price, County Commissioner Eddie Jones, Commissioner Ed Ford Jr., and GWERC’s Michael Harris, we have engaged the public for opinions, secured the funding, ordered these new lights, and worked with the city to ensure they can and will be installed along Elvis Presley Blvd this season”.  Click HERE for article.

Drag Racing & Donuts Downtown: Holding People Accountable

September 7, 2021

Downtown residents reached out to DNA President Jerred Price about the concerning lack of response to drag racing & donuts by a downtown officer responding to a call.  Jerred was quick to contact MDP leadership and report this concern.  The MPD assured this was not acceptable and would address it with the officer accordingly.

State Approves Bill Increasing Fines for Drag Racing

August 22, 2021

In case you missed it recently, Tennessee passed a bill that increases the penalty for drag racing. | “I was very happy to participate in discussions and provide feedback to help get this bill pushed through at the state level. The safety of Memphians and Downtowners should be one of our top priorities” says DNA President Jerred Price

Free Parking Restored in Tom Lee Park; Tom Lee Park Renovation Breaks Ground - The Fight For "Enough" Parking Continues.

July 14th, 2021

Action News 5 talks reports on the ground breaking of Tom Lee Park and how metered parking is no longer planned for the 68 spaces in/next to the park. The Fight for "enough" parking per mediation agreement between Memphis in May & Memphis River Parks continues.  Read more: CLICK HERE

The Plea For More Parking Continues for New TLP Design; Jerred Talks to Action News 5 & Joined By Councilman Martavius Jones

July 14th, 2021

Action News 5 talks to Downtown Neighborhood Assoc.'s Jerred Price about how MRPP is cutting parking lots by more than 50% in the new Tom Lee Park Redesign and making these spots "pay to play"; No more free parking in the public park.  Read more: CLICK HERE

Fighting for Equitable Access to Our Downtown Parks; Jerred Speaks Up

July 7th, 2021

Action News 5 talks to Downtown Neighborhood Assoc.'s Jerred Price about advocating for new enough parking in the new Tom Lee Park Redesign; Current plans cut out free, park side equitable parking.  Read more: CLICK HERE

Downtown Stakeholders Advocate for Speed Bumps; City Helps By Changing Policy

June 25, 2021

News Channel 3 talks to Downtown Neighborhood Assoc.'s Jerred Price about advocating for new speed bumps and helping to address downtown safety concerns.  Read more: CLICK HERE

Jerred Price to Play His "Almost Elton John" Show Live At The Garden: Locals Live! 

April 19, 2021

Action News 5 Reports: End the month with a live musical performance at Locals Live: Memphis Music at the Garden presented by Regions Bank with Almost Elton John. Almost Elton John, Memphis’s #1 Elton John tribute show featuring Jerred Price as Elton John, hits the stage June 26 at the Radians Amphitheater.  Read more: CLICK HERE

Downtown Neighborhood Assoc. Working With MPD On Downtown Safety

April 19, 2021

News Channel 3 Reports: DNA President, Jerred Price, speaks about the recent increase in crime downtown and how MPD and DNA are working closely to help counteract and push back against it.  Read more: CLICK HERE

Music Returning to the Mud Island Amphitheater | Community Engagement Event with Downtown Neighborhood Assoc.

March 18, 2021

News Channel 3 Reports: Nearly two dozen people gathered at the Carolina Watershed bar and restaurant on East Carolina to discuss what the city should do with millions it has set aside to renovate the nearly 40-year-old amphitheater.  The event was lead by DNA President Jerred Price.  Read more: CLICK HERE

Revamped: Mud Island Amphitheater will be restored to live concert venue

March 18, 2021

Fox 13 Reports: Finding a unified purpose for the facility is the reason behind Downtown Neighborhood Association President Jerred Price forming a committee last year to develop plans for the venue. “After a lot of advocacy and a lot of conversation we are excited to see Mayor Strickland is allocating four million [to save this venue],” Price said. Read more: CLICK HERE

Focus Mid-South Magazine: Keeping HIV/AIDS Funding Local (Feat. Jerred Price)

December 30, 2020

Thanks to Memphis LGBT+ advocate Jerred Price, The Elton John AIDS Foundation is the recipient of the Focus Awards 2020 People’s Choice prize. The $2500 cash donation and a $5000 advertising spend were awarded by Price to the group to support local work in the Mid-South.  Read more: CLICK HERE

#SaveOurRestaurants: Memphis Protest

December 21, 2020

The Commercial Appeal reports: The protest, called Save Our Restaurants, is being planned in part by Jerred Price.  "With less than 5% of tracked clusters coming from restaurants, the data just doesn't back up shutting down one of Memphis' largest industries - those operating safely deserve to stay open". Read more: CLICK HERE

"Fight The Blight" Helping Clean Up Downtown

December 10, 2020

The Commercial Appeal front page news story: “Help as many as you can as much as you can for as long as you can.”  Read More: CLICK HERE

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Effort Underway to Save Mud Island Amphitheater

August 5, 2020

Local Memphis (ABC 24) talks to Downtown Neighborhood Association, Jerred Price, about their plan to save the Mud Island Amphitheater. Click HERE to watch!

WATCH: Out of work restaurant service workers help clean up blight in Memphis - DNA's "Fight The Blight" Program 

August 4, 2020

FOX 13 catches up with Two Broke Bartenders & DNA President Jerred Price for a story about their new partnership to fight blight in downtown. Click HERE to watch!

Downtown Neighborhood Assocation Partners with Two Broke Bartenders to Clean Up Blight

August 3, 2020

Michael Donahue of The Memphis Flyer covers DNA's new "Fight The Blight" Program created by DNA President, Jerred Price. Click HERE to read more!

Group Aims to Revive Mud Island Amphitheater

July 21, 2020

Toby Sells of The Memphis Flyer interviews DNA President Jerred Price about new committee and plans to bring back the beloved Mud Island Amphitheater.

Click HERE!

DNA President Jerred Price Creates "Committee for Affordability & Sustainability"

July 18, 2020

"Committee for Affordability & Sustainability" - This committee will focus on ways the DNA and city can work together to help people with drastic increases in land values and tax increase. They will also work toward ways to help keep downtown rents affordable for all to be able to live downtown affordably.


This committee will be chaired by Dr. Kevin Brooks. A native of Memphis, Dr. Kevin Brooks has spent twenty-five years leading efforts to transform communities by connecting people to policy, philanthropy and advocacy. An experienced educator, organizational leader and fundraising development consultant, Kevin brings to Memphis a commitment to foster equity and shared prosperity for all its citizens.
Also joining this committee as Co-Chair is Shelisa Cox. Shelisa is a native Memphian. She grew up in the heart of North Memphis and since the age of eight, she always worked in her community to make a difference. She is a member of the NAACP and the Chair of Outreach for Democratic Women of Shelby County. She wanted to serve on this committee because she believes that in Memphis, everyone should have the option to live where they want to despite of their income or hardships. She also believes long term residents of communities facing increasing tax values and rents shouldn't be forced out of their homes due to their communities not being affordable.

Jerred Talks to ABC 24 about Riverside Drive Closure

Riverside Drive closure frustrating several in downtown.

July 16, 2020

Jerred Price, City of Memphis City Beautiful Commissioner & DNA President, opens up about frustrations with the closure of Riverside Drive and how it is frustrating several downtowners.  Click HERE!

Frank Talk on Human Rights with ABC24 Memphis

LGBTQ, Black Lives Matter continuing the fight for equality.

June 26, 2020

Continuing the fight on equality with Jerred Price, City of Memphis / Memphis City Beautiful Commissioner and Anchor, John Paul. Join in on the discussion.   Click HERE!

Community Leaders Speak About Social Change & Racism on ABC 24

June 18, 2020

Jerred joins his friend Aubrey Ombre to have a difficult discussion on racism & trans rights. Aubrey made Memphis history by being the first trans woman to be interviewed on air about trans rights. Click HERE!

Opinion - MRPP needs to polish the ‘jewel’ on our front porch: Mud Island River Park

June 9, 2020

Jerred writes opinion piece for The Daily Memphian regarding plans to renovate Tom Lee Park & the abandoned state of Mud Island River Park. Click HERE!

Rainbow Crosswalk To Be Installed In Cooper-Young This Weekend

October 31, 2019

Action News 5 covers the story of the state's first rainbow crosswalk being installed on Nov 2, 2019!  The projects curator/founder, Jerred Price, is excited to make state history with the Cooper Young Association! See more HERE!

Jerred Advocates for Free MATA Passes for Students

July 30, 2019

Free bus passes for students? He first brought this idea to Mayor Lee Harris and SCS Board Member Stephanie Love back in early 2019 at a town hall meeting held by Commissioner Mickell Lowery at the National Civil Rights Museum. Soon after, the school board acted on his idea and approved expanding their partnership with MATA to provide bus passes for students and their families. Nearly 3,000 Shelby County Schools students can now rely on MATA as another form of transportation to get to and from school.

Jerred Price: Human Race Advocate

March 6, 2019

Focus Magazine's Kevin Shaw does a story on Jerred and his contagious passion for Memphis, music, and people! See more HERE!

The Memphis Flyer:  We Recommend "Almost Elton John"

March 3, 2016

Chris Davis at the Memphis Flyer wrote a review and recommendation for Jerred's hit show "Almost Elton John" which started at Hard Rock Cafe Memphis.  Now, the residency has moved to Lafayette's of Memphis.  See more HERE!

Choose 901:   36 Reasons to Move To Memphis by Jerred Price

March 24th, 2016

Jerred wrote his second article for the well known "Choose901" Memphis advocacy organization!  See just some of the reasons Jerred is excited about Memphis! See more HERE!

Choose 901:   New Addition Coming to Victorian Village by Jerred Price

Dec 8, 2015

Jerred wrote his first ever article as a guest at the well known "Choose901" Memphis advocacy organization!  He was very proud to share the news of growth and development in his new neighborhood: Victorian Village! See more HERE!

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