12 Stereotypes About Nashville That Need To Be Put To Rest – Right Now
In the last couple of years, Nashville has gone through a renaissance of sorts. It’s taken on people, expanded the job market, and set real estate on fire. Named the “It City” by The New York Times in 2013, there’s nothing this pretty river city CAN’T do. Here’s the thing, though – the rest of the world is solidly caught in the past. Which is why it’s just about time to put a couple strange Nashville stereotypes to rest. Take a look!
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How many of these Nashville stereotypes do you think are true? Let us know your thoughts!
Meghan Kraft loves to travel the world, but she makes her home right here in Nashville, Tennessee. She holds a degree in English, and has worked in the digital marketing realm with companies such as Apartments.com, USA Today and HarperCollins Publishing.
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