"I received a call from a prospective client today, also a member of the Nashville Chamber, who found my business on the Chamber website. I literally sent my Chamber dues in on Monday and received her phone call on Thursday as a new client. The fees from the client's tax work will well exceed the cost of my Chamber membership. My investment in the Chamber paid itself off in only four days -- could it be any easier?"
Wes Aull, CPA - Aull & Cooper CPAs

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Insider's Guide to Nashville

by Lindsay Chambers | Oct 06, 2012
It's easy to arrive in Nashville with firm expectations of country music playing on every corner, streets paved with buttermilk biscuits and stately plantation houses overlooking manicured gardens. If that's all you're looking for, the Tennessee capital certainly delivers, but you'd be missing out on all the ways this town has evolved since it was coined "Music City" more than 50 years ago.

Nashville still has nearly three times as many music businesses as Los Angeles, but the establishment of a new creative class that includes non-country stars like Jack White and the Black Keys, as well as an improving local economy, has spurred demand for upscale dining options, one-of-a-kind shopping and buzzy cultural venues.

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