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The Best Driving Roads in Tennessee

The Best Driving Roads in Tennessee

Looking to hit the road and explore Tennessee this summer? Why not take the scenic route and feast your eyes on some of the state’s most beautiful sights. If you ride along any of the following driving roads in Tennessee, you won’t be disappointed. Tail of the Dragon Tail of the Dragon, also known as Deals Gap, encompasses part of U.S. Route 129. It has 318 curves in just 11 miles, making for an exhilarating experience along the Tennessee and…

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2020 Jeep® Gladiator Launch Edition Sells Out in a Single Day

2020 Jeep® Gladiator Launch Edition Sells Out in a Single Day

Since Jeep® announced that it will be introducing an all-new pickup truck — the 2020 Jeep® Gladiator — drivers everywhere have been chomping at the bit to get their hands on it. So much so that when Jeep® offered a limited-run, special-edition version of this model, it sold out in one day. The 2020 Jeep® Gladiator Launch Edition was open for pre-orders on April 4, Jeep® 4×4 Day. On that day, all 4,190 Gladiator Launch Edition models were sold. This…

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Fall Events in Memphis, Tennessee

Fall Events in Memphis, Tennessee

Many people travel to Memphis during the fall months to catch some beautiful fall foliage. But there is so much more to see and do. Here are some fun fall events in Memphis that you should add to your calendar. Levitt Shell Fall Concert Series Every Thursday through Sunday evening through Oct. 21, you can catch free shows at Overton Park’s historic Levitt Shell. Live performances will include local musical favorites and other touring acts. A Paranormal Evening with Alice…

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Late Winter Events in Memphis

Late Winter Events in Memphis

As we move through February and into March, we get to welcome in a new season, but there is a lot going on as the winter ends, so here are a few late winter events in Memphis for you to consider. Signs of Spring Walk. Head to the Memphis Botanical Garden on February 18th to take this special tour that will show you the first glimpses of spring in the garden. No reservations are needed. Black Restaurant Week. This dining…

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Fall Fun in Memphis You Won’t Want to Miss!

Fall Fun in Memphis You Won’t Want to Miss!

It is never hard to find something to do here in Memphis. Whether your thing is good music, good food, or the great outdoors, our fine city has something for everyone—especially come this time of year! We know that fall fun in Memphis is easy to find, but here are our top two can’t-miss upcoming community events: Best Memphis Burger Fest – October 7, 2017 If you’ve never been to Burger Fest, you don’t know what you’re missing! The best pro chefs…

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Memphis Haunted Houses and Trails

Memphis Haunted Houses and Trails

Haunted houses and trails are two classic spooky places where trick-or-treaters and Halloween lovers can go for a thrill. Memphis, Tennessee is home to a number of spectacular haunted houses and trails designed to scare you right out of your socks! Here are some of the best Memphis haunted houses and trails as suggested by us at Gossett CJDR Fiat! Haunted Web of Horrors – This haunted house is located in Cordova and is largely considered the best haunted house…

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Don’t Miss Live at the Garden Concerts in Memphis

Don’t Miss Live at the Garden Concerts in Memphis

For a truly one-of-a-king concert experience, you have to attend the Live at the Garden concert series at the Memphis Botanic Garden. This series is in its 15th year and is one of the most popular summer music events in the area. Already this summer, visitors go to listen to Heart, Gregg Allman, and Billy Currington. Coming up on August 25th, you can relive your glory days from the 1980s with some classic hits from REO Speedwagon. Tickets are still…

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Things to Do In Memphis This July

Things to Do In Memphis This July

Buy a new lizard, head-bang to 90s rock icons, and square dance to the best of new and classic country–those are just some of the things to do in Memphis for July. Musicians Shinedown have been consistently rocking out since their powerful debut in 2003. They bring their dynamic live show to The Landers Center on July 20th. Show starts at 7:00pm. On July 30th at the Fitz Casino Tunica, The Charlie Daniels Band will be performing all of their…

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