Company: Tennessee American Water Company, which was adopted as the utility's name in 1973 after previously being known as the City Water Company of Chattanooga
Owner: American Water Works Co.
Founded: Started in 1856 as the Chattanooga Water Corp., the company was sold to American Water Works in 1887.
Distinctions: Tennessee American Water is the biggest privately owned water utility in Tennessee. In 1892, the water utility helped Chattanooga become only the second city in the South to have filtered water.
CEO: Valoria Armstrong
Customers: Tennessee American supplies water to about 390,000 persons in the Chattanooga area.
Facilities by the numbers:
* 1,400 miles of water main
* 26 water storage tanks
* 5,587 fire hydrants
* 33 pumping stations
* 65 million gallons per day capability in award winning water treatment facility
Brand awareness: Sitting atop the company's water tank off of Riverfront Parkway, a smiling Phillip D. Glass gives a tip of the hat to motorist heading into downtown everyday.
Slogan: Water: Quality, care and value in every drop for about a penny per gallon
Web site: tennesseeamwater.com