The Volunteer State has a long and ambivalent history: it provided soldier supplies to both Confederate and Union Armies, and it hosted Manhattan Project in Oak Bridge. Still, Tennessee is beloved by tourists: the biggest cities are full of attractions for any taste. Visit Presley’s Graceland in Memphis; enjoy the architecture of the Parthenon and the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville; have a taste of the best whiskey at the Jack Daniel’s Distillery in Lynchburg. Don’t forget about natural tourism with the most visited American park, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and Tennessee’s part of the Appalachian Trail. Or take your family to the Tennessee Aquarium, Dollywood, and Ober Gatlinburg – each of them deserves your undivided attention.
Choose one of the 11 Fortune 500 companies in Tennessee: FedEx, HCA Holdings, and Dollar General provide the best employee conditions. Or continue your education in one of the best national schools – Vanderbilt University or University of Tennessee, Knoxville.