Billy Trammell, right, rubs his head in frustration after David Bernstein, the owner of the Town & Country Inn, announced that after ownership of the inn transfers at midnight Thursday, former employees will have four days to find new lodging in Chattanooga, Tenn. Trammell, who worked at Town & Country for five years, asked that he be allowed more than four days.  Staff photo by Jenna Walker
Billy Trammell, right, rubs his head in frustration after David Bernstein, the owner of the Town & Country Inn, announced that after ownership of the inn transfers at midnight Thursday, former employees will have four days to find new lodging in Chattanooga, Tenn. Trammell, who worked at Town & Country for five years, asked that he be allowed more than four days. Staff photo by Jenna Walker
published Thursday, February 24th, 2011
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