the thriving, diverse capitol of Tennessee, strategically located in the heart of the Tennessee Valley.
home to more than 690,000 making it the largest city in the state. Nashville’s 14-county metropolitan area is home to more than 1.9 million and 40,000 businesses.
is the 36th largest MSA (metropolitan statistical area) in the United States.
where 3 major Interstate Highways converge in Nashville: I-65, I-40 and I-24.
a major hub for the health care, music, publishing, banking, insurance, finance and transportation industries.
home to 21 nationally respected colleges and universities, including Vanderbilt and Belmont.
has no state income tax in Tennessee.
boasts an international airport with more than 550 daily national and international flights.
a great place to live with more parks per person than any other city, a variety of museums, art galleries, music venues, and performing arts centers, as well as a number of professional sports teams including the NFL Tennessee Titans, the NHL Nashville Predators, the PCL Nashville Sounds and the Nashville Soccer Club.