Tennessee's vibrant cities, including Nashville and Memphis, are renowned for their music, food, and lively atmosphere. Nashville, often referred to as the "Music City," is the heart of country music, boasting iconic venues like the Grand Ole Opry and the Country Music Hall of Fame. Memphis, home of the blues and birthplace of rock 'n' roll, draws visitors to attractions like Graceland, the former home of Elvis Presley. 

Beyond its urban centers, Tennessee offers breathtaking landscapes, from the rolling hills of the Appalachian Mountains to the sparkling rivers of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Tennessee's rich cultural heritage is also evident in its historic sites, such as the Civil War battlefields at Shiloh and Stones River. With its blend of southern charm, musical heritage, and natural splendor, Tennessee continues to captivate visitors from all around the world.

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ASAE Annual Snaps 3-Year Pandemic Drought in Nashville

After a three-year pandemic-era hiatus, ASAE’s Annual Meeting & Exposition was back with a splash in Nashville, a destination that barreled through the pandemic at a torrid clip in terms of hotel and other tourism-related development.