Nashville is much more than country music, although you can’t deny the entertainment and night life in the center of the music industry. Living in Nashville you will quickly learn the meaning of Southern hospitality – the city is consistently ranked at the top of lists naming America’s Friendliest Cities.

The mild climate, with long spring and autumn seasons also makes Nashville a desirable place to live. And don’t forget about the affordable home prices, 22 higher education institutions, and a cost of living lower than the national average.

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At a Glance
R+L Truckload Nashville
3240 Franklin Limestone Rd.
Antioch, TN 37013
Local Attractions:
  • Music – Its influence on the city is undeniable – after all, it is nicknamed the “Music City.” The Country Music Hall of Fame, Music Row, and the Grand Ole Opry should be enough to get you started.
  • Get outdoors – Nashville has an abundance of parks and green areas – 17.8 acres per 1,000 residents, which is much higher than the national average. The city’s parks are very diverse, including scenic roads, hiking trails, horse trails, and lakes, in addition to traditional park spaces.
  • What’s nearby? Tennessee borders 8 U.S. states: Kentucky, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, and Virginia.
Fast Facts:
  • Population: 601,222
  • Nickname: Music City
  • Fun Fact: Nashville was founded on Christmas Eve in 1779