HERMITAGE, Tenn. –Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage will host its monthly Dog Days event Saturday, June 29, opening its historic grounds and nature trails for families and their dogs to enjoy together from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. A grounds pass will allow guests to explore the acreage of The Hermitage as they walk the historic estate, hike the preserved trails and enjoy the scenic surroundings of the grounds and 19thcentury architecture. By purchasing a combo ticket, guests will also have access to an exclusive Hounds Hike the Hermitage tour, guided by a Hermitage team member. For 60 minutes, participants will hear … Read More
Public invited to participate in campaign that helps provide critical patient care for local sick and injured children NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 10, 2019) – All Nashville Walmart stores and Sam’s Clubs today kick off this year’s Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals (CMN Hospitals) fundraising campaign to help treat local children who are sick or injured. All money raised during the Nashville CMN Hospitals campaign directly benefits Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt to fund critical treatments, pediatric medical equipment, research and charitable care. The Walmart–Sam’s Club CMN Hospitals campaign runs from June 10 through July 7. “It’s inspiring to see … Read More
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Patrick Inglis, a veteran commercial real estate broker with more than 16 years of experience in the Los Angeles market, has joined Colliers International | Nashville as Senior Vice President of its Office and Multifamily Capital Markets team. While Mr. Inglis has significant experience in multifamily, retail and development property sales, he has focused on office sales for the majority of his years in the commercial real estate industry, with more than $3.8 billion in closed transactions since 2007. He spent 12 years at JLL in Los Angeles before relocating to Nashville with his family in the … Read More
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (April 11, 2019) –The National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM) will host Sounds of Social Justice, a fundraising event focused on the intersection of music, athletes and activism, on Wednesday, April 24, at 5 p.m. at the Renaissance Nashville Hotel, located at 611 Commerce Street. The event will feature a panel discussion moderated by Michael Eric Dyson, Georgetown University professor, activist, media personality and renowned author, with the following panelists: Malcolm Jenkins, two-time Super Bowl champion, three-time Pro Bowl safety (Philadelphia Eagles) and co-founder of Players Coalition, a nonprofit organization created to impact racial and social inequality … Read More
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The holidays are in full swing, and we know they can be stressful. The shopping, the wrapping, the decorating, the traveling … it can be a lot. To help, we’ve created Nogmented RealityTM! Follow these five steps to nogment your reality (actual results may vary): Drink eggnog. (See our go-to recipe below.) Lie down. (Couch recommended.) Place the MP&F holiday card across the bridge of your nose. (We hope you got an MP&F holiday card. If not, respond to this email with your address, and we’ll put one in the mail to you right away!) Let stress float away as … Read More
Nashville’s recent growth has been as hot as hot chicken itself, and for good reason, too. The Nashville area is experiencing the third-highest job growth of large metro areas in the United States, and the Metro Planning Department estimates that over 1 million people will move to Middle Tennessee by 2040. MP&F has worked closely with many people who are helping the area adjust to this growth, and has seen these shifts take shape at the company itself. Almost half of MP&F’s more than 70-person staff has roots outside of Middle Tennessee. As Nashville continues to grow, MP&F’s team is … Read More
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