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Welcome to the iSupport Local TN Facebook Groups

iSupport was started with a passion to help local businesses thrive and succeed in our local town of Nashville, TN. We decided to take that passion and care and spread it all over the great state of Tennessee. Here you will find all our local chapters Facebook Groups. Feel free to join any that you care to support. Please be active and support the local businesses in the town you love. We look forward to seeing you grow along with our groups. Business owners, please be sure to post about your business in your local chapter and surrounding chapters. Make sure you include all your social media, and website information and best ways to contact you. Enjoy your stay and let's help each other grow!

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We support all the local businesses of all major cities and towns of the great state of Tennessee. Feel free to browse all our local chapters of iSupport Facebook Groups. 

iSupport Local Businesses of Jackson, Tennessee

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The City of Jackson, known as "The Hub City," is the 8th largest city in the state of Tennessee. While the nickname "Hub City" is a nod to Jackson's history as a railroad town, the city's location halfway between Nashville and Memphis along Interstate 40, as well as its rail access, being located an hour from each major river in Tennessee, and its regional airport make it a modern day, multi-modal hub.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Germantown, Tennessee

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Germantown is a city in Shelby County, Tennessee, a suburb of Memphis. The city is known for hosting numerous horse shows and horse competitions. The most popular show is the Germantown Charity Horse Show in June. September is another good month for visiting Germantown, during the arts and craft fair. Oaklawn Garden is a magnificent botanical garden, museum and park famous for fields of beautiful daffodils blooming every spring.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Memphis, Tennessee

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Memphis is an urban playground of music, history and world-class attractions. Its home to a wealth of talented musicians and singers across all genres. A revered musical past and present. True soul food. Come and feel the passion for music, BBQ and a unique culture that pulses throughout the city.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Dyersburg, Tennessee

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Unlike its railroad town neighbors, Dyersburg predates the Civil War. Established by some of West Tennessee’s first white settlers in the 1820s, Dyersburg was a steamboat town with economic growth coming down the North Forked Deer River from the Mississippi River. Today, the town’s history is well preserved in homes and historic buildings along Troy Avenue and lining the square. 

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We support all the local businesses of all major cities and towns of the great state of Tennessee. Feel free to browse all our local chapters of iSupport Facebook Groups. 

iSupport Local Businesses of Brentwood, Tennessee

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Brentwood is One of the Wealthiest Cities in the Country

Take a drive through Brentwood and you’ll see well-manicured lawns and stately homes. It’s no secret that this prized Nashville suburb is one of the wealthiest cities in the United States. According to Livability, the median home price in Brentwood is $500,000 and the median household income is $135,000.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Columbia, Tennessee

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If you are looking to experience a true southern small town, you are in the right place! Columbia, Tennessee, also known as 'Muletown', is just south of Nashville, TN with a trendy town square and vibrant main street in a classic downtown. You might also want to explore the emerging Columbia arts district, outdoor recreation, and our presidential history.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Murfreesboro, Tennessee

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Approximately 34 minutes south along I-24 from Nashville, Murfreesboro sits as the Rutherford County seat with the Stones River snaking its way right through the heart of this mid-sized city. It's also home to the state's largest college, Middle Tennessee State University which puts on some of the most entertaining sports games in the region. If you're not ready to be around others, there are more than 40 miles of greenway trails throughout Murfreesboro and Rutherford County.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Cookeville, Tennessee

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Nestled among the hills and mountainous terrain of the Cumberland Plateau, Cookeville, Tennessee is a charming, outdoor oasis conveniently located on Interstate 40 between Nashville and Knoxville, north of Chattanooga on Highway 111. With more than 150 area waterfalls, 1,200 miles of nearby lake shoreline and world-renowned sports/fitness opportunities, Cookeville is "A Natural Fit" for your next escape from everyday life. Home to Tennessee Tech University’s Bryan Symphony Orchestra and Appalachian Center for Craft, along with famous donut shops, world chefs, barbecue grillmasters, winemakers, moonshiners, brewmasters, artists, woodworkers, historians and musicians, culinary and cultural experiences round out your journey, creating memories to be savored for a lifetime.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Hendersonville, Tennessee

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Hendersonville, famously known as the “city by the lake,” draws that moniker due to its close proximity to Old Hickory Lake, which provides ample opportunity for fishing, boating, kayaking, and other water-related recreation. Many celebrities such as Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Roy Orbison, and Marty Stuart were so drawn to Old Hickory Lake that they settled into homes situated along the lake’s banks. In fact, Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash called Hendersonville home for over 35 years and one can still see Johnny’s “House of Cash” located on Johnny Cash Parkway; Johnny and June are laid to rest in Hendersonville Memory Gardens, also located on Johnny Cash Parkway. Other famous residents included Conway Twitty and his “Twitty City” that is now operated by Trinity Music City, USA, and Taylor Swift. Hendersonville was founded in the late 1780s and a visit to Historic Rock Castle explores the history of the city. Hendersonville also has great parks and greenways to enjoy, an array of shopping and dining options at The Streets of Indian Lake, and many locally owned boutiques and restaurants that will make Hendersonville a must-see during your Tennessee vacation!

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iSupport Local Businesses of Smyrna, Tennessee

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This small town traces its name back to a little square log Presbyterian church built by its first settlers on the banks of Hart's Branch of the Stone River. These settlers were Revolutionary War veterans from North Carolina and Virginia. The arrival of the railroad in the 1850s turned the small community into a town, and the new stationmaster took the town's name from the church, which is named for a Bible passage in the Book of Revelation. The town remained heavily agricultural until the establishment of the Sewart Air Force Base in 1941, when over 10,000 military personnel and their families called Smyrna home. When it closed in the 1970s, the town's population plummeted. Despite the economic blow, this resourceful town survived and came back stronger, converting military structures into industrial space and an airport. The impoundment of Percy Priest Lake in the 1960s brought tourists and visitors, and the arrival of Nissan North America in the 1980s made Smyrna the home of the first Japanese auto maker to open a plant in the U.S.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Hermitage, Tennessee


Named for the home of the seventh President of the United States, Andrew Jackson, the Hermitage area is full of rich heritage mixed with unique music venues and great restaurants. Come and enjoy the Gateway to Music City! Between two recreational lakes and on the banks of two rivers, the Donelson and Hermitage communities are the gateway to Music City. Whether it is from our Nashville hot chicken or a meat & 3 to the Grand Ole Opry, the Nashville International Airport or historic homes like Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage, the Donelson Hermitage Chamber of Commerce prides itself on connecting diverse people and businesses while continuing to nurture family-oriented neighborhoods with activities ranging from waterparks and greenways to shopping at Opry Mills or taking in the nightlife in Music Valley.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Belle Meade, Tennessee


Belle Meade started as a log cabin and 250 acres and grew into a beautiful Greek Revival Mansion and one of the largest thoroughbred horse farms in the South with over 5400 acres.  Tour options today include Mansion Tours, Journey to Jubilee Tours which focus on the African American experience, to Food and Wine Pairings and Bourbon Tastings.  Between the many tour options, on-site Winery, Gift Shops, Game Court, Walking Paths, and Ice Cream and Homemade Fudge Shop, your whole family will enjoy this Nashville treasure.  Come for the history, but stay for the hospitality! 

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iSupport Local Businesses of Manchester, Tennessee

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Manchester… the spirit of Tennessee. Flowing through the heart of the Volunteer State, rooted in the soul of America. It doesn't take long after hitting the back roads to realize that you are in “God’s Country” as we call it. Beautiful rolling hills, a magical history, and the sweet ripe taste southern hospitality at every stop along the way. From the 2,000 year old history of the Old Stone Fort to hundreds of musicians that have graced the stages of the Bonnaroo music and arts festival. A community of history woven in the fabric of cloth pages that tell a story of artisan or pride, sprinkled with the subtle smell of sour mash and Tennessee Whiskey. It's easy for one to lose themselves in the casted shadows of mountains or on river guided trails that lead to deep caves and even deeper into adventure. Be it sippin’ the wines of beans creek, the radiated positivity in six hundred acres of fellowship, or walking in the footsteps of Jack and George. Experience those feelings, make those connections. Manchester is… made in Tennessee.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Madison, Tennessee


Madison Station post office was opened in 1857, when Madison Station was about eight miles from Nashville proper, roughly half way between Nashville and Goodlettsville. In the 20th century, Madison acted as a connecting suburb until being annexed into Nashville in 1963 due to the consolidation with Davidson County. Madison funnels traffic to Goodlettsville, Hendersonville, Gallatin, Inglewood, and downtown Nashville. Madison was once home to the "Hillbilly Day" festival. This festival was created as a fundraiser to benefit schools within the area. This fundraising festival included costumes, school events, and a parade. Madison's first "Hillbilly Day" was in 1952.[8]

Madison is also home to Amqui train station that was built by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad and serviced by the company until 1979. After L&N Railroad vacated the station, country music legend Johnny Cash purchased it and moved it from Madison to his home in nearby Sumner County. The station was later returned to Madison after the passing of Cash and his wife June Carter Cash. Today, it houses a museum and visitor center for the town.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Donelson, Tennessee


Donelson is a neighborhood of Nashville, Tennessee about 6 mi (10 km) east of downtown Nashville along U.S. Route 70. It is named in honor of John Donelson, co-founder of Nashville and father-in-law of Andrew Jackson, Nashvillian and seventh President of the United States. It is now incorporated as part of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County.

In the 1880s Donelson was a station on the Tennessee and Pacific Railroad just south of the former village of McWhirtersville on the Lebanon Pike. It began its modern development shortly after World War II, and its location next to Nashville's airport led to much of its later growth. It was also the site of an early example of what would later be called a shopping center or "strip mall", Donelson Plaza.

Donelson is now an example of an early postwar suburb with a stock of mostly half-century old, red brick, detached ranch-style homes. However, there has been some tendency for infill in recent years, largely tied into the expansion of sewers. The area's desirability was increased somewhat by the impoundment of Percy Priest Lake on the Stones River in the late 1960s which increased summertime recreational opportunities.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Springfield, Tennessee

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Springfield is the county seat of Robertson County, one of the most beautiful agricultural counties in the southeastern United States.

Springfield is approximately 30 minutes from downtown Nashville and all of the varied artistic, cultural, educational, historic, restaurant, and sports attractions available in a large city. Nashville is also the state capital and “Music City USA.”

Springfield is the home of NorthCrest Medical Center, a 109 bed state of the art hospital and medical arts campus. Springfield’s proximity to Nashville also provides easy access to some of the nation’s best hospitals.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Crossville, Tennessee


Crossville and Cumberland County easily lay claim to being called the “Golf Capital of Tennessee.”  Situated on Tennessee’s Cumberland Plateau, 10 championship golf courses await golfers of all skill levels. From Wyndham at Fairfield Glade, Tennessee’s famous vacation and retirement resort featuring 90 holes of golf, to the Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain State Park, Tennessee’s first Jack Nicklaus-designed course, the best spot for golf in Tennessee is Crossville and Cumberland County.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Winchester, Tennessee

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Whether you're soaking up some rays, reeling in a trophy bass or shopping for a great bargain, you'll discover more by the lakeshore in Winchester, TN. A stone's throw away from Nashville, Chattanooga, and Huntsville, Winchester is the perfect destination to lose the world and find yourself. From outdoor recreation to shopping, dining and more, you'll find fun with a southern accent in Winchester. 

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iSupport Local Businesses of Lawrenceburg, Tennessee

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Lawrenceburg was once home to David Crockett, who served as justice of the peace, a colonel of the militia and state representative. A prominent bronze statue of the colorful hero stands on the public square, and is a remembrance that he gave this city its charter. Get a sense of the pioneer at David Crockett Cherokee Museum, and visit a replica of his office.

Shop for antiques and gifts as well as sightsee in the town square, which dates to 1836. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Lawrenceburg’s 1950s art deco Crockett Theater is one of the few theaters from this era operating in the U.S. Dine and shop along Main Street

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iSupport Local Businesses of Lynchburg, Tennessee

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Nestled within the beautiful hills of south central Tennessee, Lynchburg is dripping with small-town charm and world-renowned whiskey. Home of Jack Daniels distillery, Lynchburg welcomes visitors from all over the world who take delight in experiencing Tennessee hospitality and whiskey in a town that feels like home.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Nashville, Tennessee

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Nashville is the capital and most populous city of the U.S. state of Tennessee. The city is the county seat of Davidson County and is located on the Cumberland River. ... Named for Francis Nash, a general of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, the city was founded in 1779.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Clarksville, Tennessee

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Clarksville, Tennessee is a legendary place. Our rich history permeates our riverfront and gorgeous downtown architecture, but it's also prevalent in our people. Home to two Olympic athletes - both of whom were trailblazers, champions, and indisputable legends - Clarksville is also home to an Army division filled with some of the bravest men and women on the planet.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Franklin, Tennessee

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Franklin, Tennessee is home to modern amenities and rich history, mixed with a healthy dose of Southern charm. With a Great American Main Street that runs through the heart fo a 16-block historic downtown, Franklin offers a getaway from the expected. It is a place you'll find transformative music experiences at world-class festivals and intimate writers rounds, world-class art next to restaurants where you eat BBQ on a paper plate, local distilleries that have transformed Tennessee whiskey, and a world of colorful memories that are not soon forgotten.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Mount Juliet, Tennessee


A suburb of Nashville, it is approximately 17 miles (27 km) east of downtown Nashville. Also known as City Between the Lakes Mt. Juliet is located mostly between two major national east-west routes, Interstate 40 and U.S. Route 70. Just 15 miles East of Nashville's city center, Mt. Juliet is full of shopping and dining experiences like not other. Mount Juliet has an endless supply of shopping, dining and entertainment! Mount Juliet offers modern hotels and the largest shopping complex between Nashville and Knoxville. Enjoy our award-winning cuisine sure to please any palate to top off your shopping excursion! Long Hunter State Park offers a wide array of nature activities whether you like to kayak, hike, or bird watch.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Gallatin, Tennessee

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Located in the center of Sumner County and just 23 minutes from Nashville, Gallatin lives up to its motto, “True Grit. Amazing Grace.” The city is nestled next to Old Hickory Lake, a popular destination for fishing and watersports, and offers a variety natural landscapes for visitors to explore. Gallatin is steeped in history, given that the city was founded in 1802 and touts famous faces who have walked Gallatin’s streets such as President Andrew Jackson, Sam Houston, and Governor William Trousdale. During the Civil War, Gallatin was captured in February 1862 by Union forces due to the city’s important location on the Cumberland River. Today Gallatin is thriving with unique shopping boutiques, delicious dining options, family-friendly festivals, and a memorable historic downtown square that is sure to make you glad you visited Gallatin!

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iSupport Local Businesses of Goodlettsville, Tennessee

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Intersected by I-65 on the northern edge of Metro Nashville, Goodlettsville is strategically located just 15 minutes from Nashville International Airport, 10 minutes from a major retail shopping district, 12 miles from Downtown Nashville, yet still surrounded by rolling wooded hills and farmland.
Major corporations have made Goodlettsville their headquarters, enjoying all the benefits and quality of life to be found in this Southern hometown community. The area is known for its thriving antique district, parks, wineries, bed and breakfast and historic sites. It is also home to the 2012 Goodlettsville Little League World Series U.S. Champions and the 2016 Goodlettsville Little League World Series U.S. Runner Up Team.
Goodlettsville is an attractive blend of small-town charm and big city amenities. Its Main Street district is filled with antique stores, specialty shops, art and craft studios and family-owned restaurants.

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La Vergne, Tennessee

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Bumping right up against Nashville's city limits is La Vergne, a rapidly growing community. Its first settlers were French, and historians speculate that "La Vergne" loosely translates to "the green," referring to the area's lush, green pastures. Like much of Middle Tennessee, La Vergne alternated between Union and Confederate occupation during the Civil War. There were at least seven documented battles and skirmishes fought here, and most of the buildings were burned in 1862. So little was left of the town that it became unincorporated--there were simply not enough people left living here to lead and organize a town. For the next century, La Vergne was a quiet, unincorporated agricultural community. As Nashville's metropolitan area grew in the 1960s, La Vergne saw its population increase, officially re-incorporating in the 1970s and reporting a 149% population increase in the 1990s alone. Today, it is home to the largest industrial park in the state, and has become a smart choice for international companies to set up headquarters, including Bridgestone, Ingram Books, Whirlpool Corporation and Singer Sewing Company.

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Shelbyville, Tennessee

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Shelbyville is located 50 miles southeast of Nashville in the hills of Tennessee.  Rich in both cultural history and natural beauty, the town is known worldwide for the annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration, a prestigious equestrian event dating back to 1939.  Located along the Duck River in southern Middle Tennessee, you can choose to fish or float, enjoy a long bike ride through the scenic countryside, ride a horse, enjoy one of our numerous festivals, or explore our beautiful historic downtown.

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Spring Hill, Tennessee

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In 1980, industry turned the primarily agricultural town to one of manufacturing with the impact of the General Motors, Saturn Plant.New people, in great numbers, changed the small town into a city. The people whose families lived here for generations were troubled with the residents.However, the energy and vitality of these newcomers allowed the town to move forward in the arts, business, and education. The Saturn Plant became an anchor to Spring Hill’s economy.

Spring Hill’s population grew to 29,036 in 2010, an increase of 276% between 2000 and 2010. The population now stands at 40,436 as of the 2018 Special Census. Likewise, Spring Hill is projected to grow by another 78% from 2010 to 2030. While growth presents great challenges for Spring Hill, it also generates new opportunities for economic expansion, community development, and quality of life improvements for current and future residents.

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Old Hickory, Tennessee


Old Hickory is a neighborhood of metropolitan Nashville named in honor of President Andrew Jackson who was nicknamed "Old Hickory." The area is probably best known for being a former company town as the site of a large DuPont plant. Many of the houses in Old Hickory were built to house DuPont employees and supervisors in the early days of the factory's existence. Old Hickory is bordered by the Cumberland River on the north and west, Old Hickory Lake to the east, and the former city of Lakewood to the south. To the north of the area is also the location of Old Hickory Lock and Dam. The main street through the area is Tennessee State Route 45 (Old Hickory Boulevard/Robinson Road).

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Westmoreland, Tennessee

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Westmoreland is best known as the hometown of famed music producer Owen Bradley, who later created Music Row in Nashville. The historic downtown buildings of Westmoreland harken back to olden days and amid these buildings are unique shopping boutiques, antiques stores, restaurants, and a music store called Grandpa’s Music, where the popular “Grandpa’s Opry” showcases local musical talent most days of the week. A stop in Westmoreland is the perfect place to experience the charms of a small southern community nestled in the countryside of Tennessee.

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Sparta, Tennessee

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Founded in 1806, Sparta was named after Laconia, Greece, because both were built on small rivers. The region was sparsely settled in the early 1800s. Soon, pioneers who came across the Cumberland Mountains were astonished by its beauty and at once began building settlements. 

Throughout its 200-year history, Sparta has continued to grow, proudly preserving and sharing its story with those who visit. This “Land of Falling Water” offers amazing hiking, Virgin FallsBridgestone/Firestone Centennial WildernessBurgess Falls State Park, antiques and local eateries, bluegrass heritage, Hwy 111 and scenic Hwy. 70, the Historic “Broadway of America.”

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iSupport Local Businesses of Lebanon, Tennessee

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Named to the carnival industry’s list of top 50 fairs in the U.S., Lebanon’s award-winning Wilson County Fair is nine days of thrills and live music every August. Bring your inner child to the pure fun of prize animals, strains of bluegrass, the whirl of carnival rides and a sugary dusting of sweet funnel cake on your nose. Lebanon is rich in history and culture. The town square, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is home to many antique, gift and collectible stores. During the Civil War, General Robert H. Hatton called for volunteers. More than one thousand from Wilson County responded, becoming part of the 7th Tennessee Infantry. In 1912, a statue of General Hatton was erected in Lebanon’s square. 

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iSupport Local Businesses of Lewisburg, Tennessee

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The town of Lewisburg dates back to the early 1800s, named for frontier explorer Meriwether Lewis of the famed duo Lewis and Clark, a prominent figure on the Nashville's Trace: Backstage to Backroads Trail. Until the early 1900s, this was a trading and shipping center for livestock and farm goods produced here in Marshall County. Today, it's known as the home to the World Headquarters of the Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders' & Exhibitors' Association and also as the host of one of Tennessee's most unique festivals: Goats, Music & More held each fall. The celebration features the "fainting" goat, an unusual breed brought to the area by a settler in the mid-1800s. Due to a rare genetic (and painless) condition, the goats become stiff, lose their balance and often fall over when startled. The breed nearly faced extinction in the 1980s, but today the quirky goats are thriving worldwide, thanks to places like Lewisburg that celebrate their novelty.

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Fayetteville, Tennessee

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Fayetteville became the county seat at Lincoln County's founding in 1809, named for Revolutionary War Officer General Benjamin Lincoln. It was possibly only the second county seat in the U.S. with a mandatory layout that featured a courthouse square in its center. The first courthouse here was a small log structure that cost just $35 to build. Fayetteville was occupied by Union troops for much of the Civil War, and they even built a "bomb-proof" wall in what was to be the second of four courthouses to anchor the town square. In the late 1800s, this town and several of its neighbors organized "city bands," and built a bandstand on the courthouse lawn to showcase their talents; it is still used today for festivals and community events.

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We support all the local businesses of all major cities and towns of the great state of Tennessee. Feel free to browse all our local chapters of iSupport Facebook Groups. 

iSupport Local Businesses of Knoxville, Tennessee

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Knoxville is a city on the Tennessee River in eastern Tennessee. Downtown, the Market Square district has 19th-century buildings with shops and restaurants. The Museum of East Tennessee History has interactive exhibits plus regional art, textiles and Civil War artifacts. James White’s Fort, built by the Revolutionary War captain, includes the reconstructed 1786 log cabin that was Knoxville’s first permanent building.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Sevierville, Tennessee

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Sometimes it just comes easy. The getaway that fits you like a glove. A fit for the whole family. A place you know that still surprises you with every visit. Theme parks and national parks. Big adventure, hidden gems, great deals, great times and plenty of elbow room. Even an authentic downtown. The excitement starts long before you get in the car. It starts the second you explore this website. The minute you browse our vacation guide. The instant you hop in the car. Dolly Parton's Hometown, and your Hometown in the Smokies as well! 

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Gatlinburg, Tennessee

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Gatlinburg is a charming destination nestled at the entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It fills with millions of visitors each year, though the town’s population is just under 4,000, giving it a nice mix of tourist destination and small-town charisma. Come experience soaring mountains, Appalachian hospitality and local shops that reflect true mountain living.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Maryville, Tennessee

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The city of Maryville was established on July 11, 1795, and named in honor of Mary Grainger Blount, the wife of Governor William Blount. Maryville is a city in and the county seat of Blount County, Tennessee, and is a suburb of Knoxville. Its population was 27,465 at the 2010 census.

It is included in the Knoxville Metropolitan Area and a short distance from popular tourist destinations such as the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Dollywood, Gatlinburg, and Pigeon Forge. With its close proximity to the Great Smoky Mountains, some might mistake Maryville as simply a gateway to the Blount County side of the national park.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Dayton, Tennessee

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Dayton was settled in 1820 as Smith’s Crossroads; in 1877, the town was renamed after Dayton, Ohio. This historic town is famous for hosting the Scopes Trial – also called the Scopes Monkey Trail – in July 1925 at the Rhea County Courthouse. The trial began when a Rhea County high school teacher, John T. Scopes, was was accused of violating Tennessee’s Butler Act, which made it unlawful to teach human evolution in state-funded schools. Truth be told, the trial was actually deliberately staged in order to attract publicity for the small town of Dayton. Each July, the town highlights its storied past with professional productions and live music events that celebrate both the past and present.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Newport, Tennessee

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In 1799, John Gilleland donated land along the French Broad River (the area now referred to as "Old Town") to create the town of Newport. In 1834, Newport had a population of 150, two general stores, two doctors, three blacksmiths, two tailors, two hatters, two churches and two taverns. The town of Newport relocated to nearby railroad tracks when the Cincinnati, Cumberland Gap and Charleston Railroad was constructed between 1866 and 1869. The Newport Milling Company and Stokely Brothers & Company canning factory contributed to the town's growth. Though Stokely Brothers eventually operated 34 factories in 14 states, the headquarters remained in Newport. Today, Newport has a population of 33,000 and four state and national forests. Though much has changed over the years, the centuries-old town has never lost its small town appeal.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Cleaveland, Tennessee

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Situated just outside of bustling Chattanooga, Cleveland, Tennessee, is the premier destination for anyone looking for breathtaking beauty, heart-pounding adventure and rich history. Grab a raft and take a wild ride down the Ocoee River. Head out to Morris Vineyard and Winery and treat yourself to incredible wines and amazing vistas. Bring the map and explore the numerous historical sites spotted throughout the city. No matter how you choose to spend your days in Cleveland you are guaranteed to not be disappointed.

Spend a day in downtown Cleveland, where unique shops and local boutiques abound. Here, you will find antiques, gifts, furniture, original art and name brand clothing. Take a break at one of the many charming eateries or simply relax as you watch the people go by. History enthusiasts will love this city steeped in rich heritage. Visit one of the many Civil War sites located here, or learn more about the Cherokee Nation that once thrived here. For adventure, look no further than the Ocoee. America's only Olympic river, the Ocoee is one of the South's most popular rafting destinations. One ride down its fast paced rapids and you will understand why. One visit to Cleveland and you will appreciate why this city is truly "In the Middle of it All."

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iSupport Local Businesses of Bristol, Tennessee

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Bristol is a place where majestic mountains, rolling hills and some of the country’s top lakes and rivers converge in one easily accessible location. It’s also where you can feel the indescribable rush of famed Bristol Motor Speedway while enjoying the sounds of country music legends at the Birthplace of Country Music Museum. Bristol is a city bursting with history and unforgettable experiences. Come discover Bristol and make some memories!

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iSupport Local Businesses of Chattanooga, Tennessee

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Framed by scenic mountains and dotted with rushing rivers, Chattanooga is a nature lover’s paradise – not to mention our downtown district that’s brimming with museums, galleries, shops and more. There are plenty of things to do in Chattanooga, whether you’re looking to catch a live show or dine at an eclectic new restaurant. Friendly neighbors embody our city’s warm and welcoming spirit, and will have you feeling like a local as soon as you arrive.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Johnson City, Tennessee

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Whether you’re looking for a city scene or a country setting for your next home, Johnson City has it all! We think Northeast Tennessee is one of the most beautiful places in the world and so do hundreds of thousands who have caught a glimpse of our part of the Appalachian Mountains. Come be a part of a community that boasts a variety of opportunities and activities to enjoy your retirement.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Kingsport, Tennessee

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Situated in the northeast corner of Tennessee and privileged to possess one of the richest historic grounds in America, Kingsport is an exceptional treasure. Chartered in 1917, it became America’s first “Model City.” Known as “Salt Lick” in the late 1700s, the area later called King’s Port has been part of five different counties in Virginia and North Carolina. In the mid-18th century, Daniel Boone and his axe men left an area known as the Boatyard District and Long Island on the Holston River to mark a trail through the unexplored Cumberland Gap. This was America’s frontier, a bustling center of activity and a source of relaxation for three American presidents, Daniel Boone, David Crockett and other frontiersmen.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

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Pigeon Forge, a mountain town and vacation area in eastern Tennessee, is the home of Dollywood, country singer Dolly Parton’s Appalachian-themed park consisting of rides, an adjoining water park and a museum of her costumes and memorabilia. The city’s other attractions include country music revues like the Smoky Mountain Opry, dinner theaters such as Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede and outlet malls. Pigeon Forge is located at the foothills of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, America's most visited national park, one of the top vacation destinations in the country. Packed with dozens of ways to have fun, including unique attractions, Dollywood, museums, family-friendly shows, waterparks and more, there are an abundance of ways to make every vacation the best ever.

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iSupport Local Businesses of Morristown, Tennessee

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Located midway between Bristol and Knoxville, Morristown is home to beautiful Cherokee Lake, Panther Creek State Park, Crockett Tavern Museum, Rose Center for the Arts, the General Longstreet Museum, and the Sky Mart the only second-story sidewalk system in the US. Known as Tennessee’s Disc Golf Capital, Morristown offers a unique mix of experiences for folks of all ages. Whether it's playing one of the four championship caliber disc golf courses, camping, hiking, boating and fishing at Panther Creek State Park, or strolling through the city’s National Register historic district, visitors will experience Southern hospitality at its best while in Morristown. Just a short drive from Great Smoky Mountains National Park to the south and Cumberland Gap National Historic Park to the north, Morristown is waiting to show you experiences that can only be made in Morristown.

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Greenville, Tennessee

Named in honor of Nathanael Greene, a Revolutionary War General, the town of Greeneville was settled in 1783. Technically a part of what was then North Carolina, the surrounding mountains isolated the town from other communities. As a result, the people of Greeneville were a fiercely independent bunch, self-sufficient and self-reliant. Greeneville’s most famous resident was certainly Andrew Johnson, though Davy Crockett was also born nearby. Johnson was a quiet tailor who never attended school, but rose to hold every political position along the route to becoming the 17th U.S. president, charged with the task of succeeding Abraham Lincoln and leading the country in its post-Civil War reconstruction efforts. His home, tailor shop and burial place are preserved today.

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Athens, Tennessee

Nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Athens began as a small agricultural center. Over the years, Athens has grown industrially but has maintained the attitude that gained it the nickname of "The Friendly City." Athens retains a certain amount of charm, which has been a part of its heritage through the years. There are a number of historic homes scattered about the city; a constant reminder of bygone days. The downtown business area, with its quaint buildings and shops, also offers a glimpse of yesteryear when things were simpler and life was less hectic.

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