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Votes:0 TENNESSEE'S BACKROADS - for memories
that last a lifetime and above all the friendliest people you've
ever met Welcome to Tennessee's
Backroads World Wide Web (WWW) Guide.
Convenient to Nashville & Chattanooga & Huntsville and just a day trip from the excitement of Atlanta's Summer action. Home of Tennessee Sour Mash Whiskey and
the Tennessee Walking Horse Breed, these historic, scenic,
cultural and recreational attractions await at every turn in the
road, along with a multitude of fairs, festivals and
celebrations. So slow down, relax, leave the fast pace of
interstate travel, and come explore our Backroads! This WWW guide
represents an alliance of communities, historic sites, festivals,
museums, artists, craftspersons , hotel and
motels , bed and breakfasts, realtors ,natural attractions Read More Go to Site
Votes:0 Home | Marketing | Online Services | Media | Research & Reports | Contact Us Plan Your Vacation Online at TNVacation.com Order Your FREE Copy of the Official Tennessee Vacation Guide Get Advertising, Listing and Contact Information Susan Whitaker Commissioner <Biography> The Tennessee Department of Tourist Development is one of the leaders among state organizations in the United States tourism industry. In 2006, Tennessee's tourism generated a $13.4 billion economic impact to the state's economy, a $1 billion increase for the second consecutive year. More than 181,000 Tennesseans are now employed in the state's tourism industry. Payroll generated by direct travel spending grew 3.1% to $5.1 billion in 2006. Tennessee's 49,750,000 overnight and day-trip visitors provided more than $1 b Read More Go to Site
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