Episode 1096

First In-N-Out Location Announced

Black bear sightings have made their way into Nashville. CMA Fest 2023 sets an attendance record. One of Nashville’s most historic downtown properties was named Hotel of the Year. Plus, the Southeast’s first In-N-Out location is announced and arriving one whole year earlier than expected.

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XPLR Tours

Today’s episode is sponsored by XPLR Tours. Discover Nashville’s best tours by visiting https://xplrtours.com/ and use ND10 for 10% off their History of Nashville Walking Tour.

XPLR Tours is a top-rated walking tour company based in Nashville, Tennessee. Led by passionate and knowledgeable guides, their tours offer visitors a unique and immersive way to explore Music City. Their flagship tour, the “History of Nashville Walking Tour,” takes participants on a 2-hour journey through the heart of downtown Nashville, where they will visit iconic landmarks such as the Ryman Auditorium, Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, and the Country Music Hall of Fame, as well as hidden gems like Fort Nashborough and the Historic Market District.

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Today’s episode is sponsored by Blessed Day Coffee. Find the freshest and most sustainable coffee roasts available on Blessed Day Coffee’s website, and use the code XPLR20 at checkout for 20% off your coffee selection. 

Blessed Day Coffee Roasterswas birthed out of a desire to create a unique coffee experience for every person and to take them on a journey to the world’s premiere coffee growing regions. The coffee farmer or cooperative is able to utilize different techniques in processing the beans to bring out the best flavor characteristics of each coffee variety.

They roast in small batches, which enables them to feature a wider selection of regions, processing methods, and plant cultivars.


IN-N-OUT Coming to Middle Tennessee Soon

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The Wash, Peerless Mill, and Salt Lick Ranch all have one thing in common: using adaptive reuse to existing infrastructures to build incredible new developments in Tennessee. Commercial Real Estate Broker and Developer Tyler Cauble, a Nashville Native, joins the podcast as we talk about some developments that he and his group have recently developed and what they are currently working on.

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