Ask anyone in Nashville why they're proud to live there and you're likely to receive a host of different answers, from the southern cookin' to the live entertainment to the friendly and culture-rich vibe that encompasses the city as a whole, but in the end there are 3 solid reasons above all why anyone should be proud to be a Nashvillean:
- Handled the 2010 Flood Independently – You may not remember if you're a new Nashville resident, but in 2010 Nashville was hit by one of the worst natural disasters in our nation's history when high tides combined with torrential downpours to make the Cumberland River overflow 13 feet beyond flood level and wreaking havoc across a large part of the city. Unfortunately, media coverage was limited at best, and for the most part Nashville residents were left to their own recovery from this disaster… Yet, two years later you might not even be able to tell that multiple billions of dollars in damages had been done to the city so recently! After the flood, there is no doubt that Nashville is a city that takes care of its own.
- Friendly to Everybody – Known as music city, Nashville has always been a home away from home for many of the most creative minds in the country, extending even beyond music industry. Whether you're a musician, artist, writer or any other creative profession, you'll find a welcoming community in Nashville
- Some of the Best Southern Cooking in the Country – Middle Tennessee is unique in that it is one of the few places in the country you can get both authentic Cajun food and authentic Southern cooking in the same place; not many locales can compete with the home-style cuisine that is readily available throughout the city. Any Nashvillean has the right to vehemently defend their town's claim to the best home-cooking in the country!
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