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His Church leaps into New Business Plaza


LEAP OrganizationClarksville, TN  – On July 17th, 2013, His Church, led by Pastors Paul and Myrna Moore began moving into the new LEAP Plaza located at 1860 Wilma Rudolph. Church members and youth enrolled in the program removed an interior wall between two classrooms for the main sanctuary.

The Plaza formerly known as Daymar Institute has been acquired by the LEAP Organization to expand their youth development services as well as function as a nonprofit hub and business incubator.

Room being remodeled at the new LEAP Plaza.

Room being remodeled at the new LEAP Plaza.

Managed by A+ Property Management, the facility offers individual offices and suites starting at $325.00 per month and includes utilities/internet.

Also included in rental are common areas such as classrooms, conference rooms, lounge, computer lab, rec room, and a kitchen.

For more information on leasing space, contact Kelly Maselli at 931.320.7368



About Richard Garrett

    Richard Garrett

    City Councilman Richard “Reason” Garrett has gained extensive business knowledge and negotiating skills as the Executive Director of the LEAP Organization.  LEAP Org provides youth development services.  As a licensed realtor for Keller Williams Realty, he is known for his tenacity, perseverance, honesty, and fairness.  A proud APSU alum, Richard graduated with Honors with a Bachelors in Public Management.
    Richard is a former active duty Marine, father of 4, and a husband with strong ties to the community. He is a graduate of Leadership Clarksville and a member of Clarksville Rotary, Clarksville Area Ministerial Association, Chamber of Commerce, Clarksville Association of Realtors Public Relations & Charity Relations Committees, and Clarksville Community Partners Group.

    For more information on Richard visit He can be contacted directly at 931-378-0500 or via email

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