Normally, the content of this blog focuses on New Homes and other topics relevant to Nashville and the surrounding area. But after all, Tennessee is one big happy state and some amazing things are happening just 200 miles west.
In May of 2010, Nashville was suffering from the catastrophic flooding of the Cumberland River. This year, Nashville was lucky. Now, in May of 2011, the rain clouds turned to Memphis and the Mighty Mississippi.
And it couldn’t have picked a worse time. Every year, Memphis opens its doors to the world for its month-long “Memphis in May” celebration. During this celebration, events such as the Beale Street Music Festival and the World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest take place.
Here is information about this year’s “Memphis In May” event. The information was published before the flooding.
And now, the floodwaters decided to attend as well.
The show will still go on thanks to advance preparation, quick thinking, and just plain old determination. I really love the “reactive” ad graphics for the event. Check it out!
Here is an update on all of the event’s festivities:
Meanwhile, flood waters continue to threaten the area. Read here for more area information:
“Memphis in May” festivities will go on. Meanwhile, the festivities in Tunica won’t for a while… unless water-taxi services are put in place. Take a look:
With the casino cages quiet, those visiting Memphis will now probably have more money to spend on BBQ!
Meanwhile in Nashville, the weekend promises beautiful weather to shop for your new home. Take a minute to visit any of our model homes in Nashville, Murfreesboro, Spring Hill, Smyrna, and Clarksville. You’ll be amazed by the values you will see. You’ll also enjoy the Otis Spunkmeyer cookies we’ve baked just for you!
If you can’t find the time to visit in person, start with our website! www.OleSouth.com
Trey Lewis is a licensed Real Estate Broker in the State of Tennessee with Ole South Realty, 615.896.0019 direct 615.593.6340. Specializing in new homes in the Greater Nashville area to include Nashville, Murfreesboro, Smyrna, Clarksville, and Spring Hill, Tennessee