ICCFA 2017: Things to Do in Nashville

This article was written by LifeAdmin, on April 3, 2017

The annual ICCFA convention is being hosted in Nashville, Tennessee this year. Be sure to check out booth #806 and you might see a few friendly faces. Of course, we’re talking about Security National Life! Come and spin the wheel for a chance to win various prizes. We’d love to see you!

While you’re in Nashville, there are so many sites and bites for you to experience. For the historically inclined, The Grand Old Opry or the Country Music Hall of Fame may tickle your fancy. If nature is more your speed, Gaylord Opryland Resort Gardens is a site to behold!

The Grand Ole Opry: What began as a radio show now hosts come of Country Music’s greatest stars. From Brad Paisley to Carrie Underwood to Garth Brooks to Billy Ray Cyrus! Take a tour and get the inside scoop of past shows.

Country Music Hall of Fame: Where else can you see Elvis Presley’s solid gold Cadillac limo and the Dylan, Cash, and the Nashville Cats exhibit all in one place?

Gaylord Opryland Resort Gardens: Stunning flowers and majestic waterfalls are abundant as you stroll with gelato in-hand. They have a few shops to stop in as well as a riverboat cruise! I think you’ll be surprised with just how BIG it is.

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For all my foodies, it’s all about the BBQ in Nashville. Get your rib fix and even try a Redneck Taco! The BBQ joints that make the top of the list are Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint, Jack’s Bar-B-Que, and Peg Leg Porker!

Martin’s Bar-B-Que: They call it a Redneck Taco because they put your meet on a corncake. You can purchase their seasonings to take home or buy them online! Just be careful as they sellout of many options on busy nights.

Jack’s Bar-B-Que: Located on Broadway, this is a great option for keeping your trip downtown. The pigs flying on the neon sign out side should tell you just how unbelievably good their food is. Served on paper plates, the love is put into the meat! You can also buy their sauces online here.

Peg Leg Porker: Its name originates from the owner who lost a leg to cancer, but its fame comes from the Memphis-style sauce and slow-cooked meats. They have a special white sauce and a Memphis Sushi (sausage and cheese platter on saltines) that will make your mouth salivate at the thought forever after. You can buy their white sauce online here.

We’ll see you in Nashville! Booth #806!


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