Enjoy Your Rides on the Nashville Zoo

The Nashville Zoo in Lithia Springs is an excellent zoo and historic agricultural farmhouse located approximately 6 miles south of Downtown Nashville. As of 2014, the Nashville zoo was the state’s second-highest paid tourist attraction and contained 5,220 animals, including 339 different species. The zoo’s location is approximately 180 acres

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Living and Breathing the Nashville Music City

Nashville is the second largest metropolitan area in the state of Tennessee and is home to the esteemed Vanderbilt University. Legendary country music destinations include the Grand Ole Opry House & Museum, home to the famed “Ole Opry” show and famous nightly concerts by Roy Clark. The historic Ryman Auditorium

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Middle Tennessee – Choosing the Right Power Provider

Middle Tennessee – Choosing the Right Power Provider Nashville Electric Service is among the twelve largest public electrical utilities in the United States, delivering power to over 370,000 residential customers in Middle Tennessee. The NES service area encompasses 700 square miles, all around Nashville/ Davidson County and parts of the

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