Nashville Is Number 2 When It Comes To The 4th

Dated: 07/05/2014

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Hey all,
Happy 5th of July!
If you haven't heard, The American Pyrotechnics Association, the leading trade association for the fireworks industry, just awarded Nashville second place in the country when it comes to our fireworks show!
So, we want to know, AND SEE, your 4th of July celebrations!
Send in your best 4th of July photos, and we will feature our favorites. Finally, we will award our favorite photo a $25.00 Visa Gift Card!
So, send us your best photos, with #WhyILoveNashville and #tjandersonhomes to be featured!
You can post to our Facebook page
Tweet Us!
Or, just send us an email to info@tjandersonhomes.com
Oh, and in case you missed this video of a guy flying his drone through a fireworks celebration, it's a can't miss!Nice touch with the Andrea Bocelli too!
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TJ Anderson

TJ Anderson is a Nashville Realtor with Benchmark Realty who's helped countless clients both buy a home and sell a home in Nashville, Tennessee. He blogs about Nashville regularly, from Nashville-area....

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