Self Storage in Tennessee

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Storage Facilities in Tennessee
When moving to Tennessee, you may find that you need to locate a storage facility to house your belongings. This southern state is flourishing with storage companies - ranging from self storage facilities to mobile storage units. These facilities also offer high levels of security - ranging from on-site security guards to computerized systems. You can also rest assured that your belongings are protected in climate-controlled settings and for that extra protection you can also purchase insurance.

Origin of State's Name: Tennessee was named after a Cherokee Indian village called Tanasi. This means river.

Capital City: Nashville is the state capital of Tennessee. Not only a bustling city, it is a major center for country music.

Population: It is estimated that there are 5.9 million that live in Tennessee.

Driving: When you visit the Tennessee Department of Safety's website you will be able to locate driver's license information, applications, testing requirements, driver's manuals, testing locations and more.

Agriculture and Industry: Tobacco is a leading product in Tennessee. Additional agricultural products include livestock, dairy products, nursery products and cotton. The main industries in Tennessee include chemicals, textiles, electronic machinery, apparel, food processing, furniture, lumber, marble, metal products, zinc and leather foods.

State Bird: The mockingbird is the official state bird.

State Tree: The state tree is the tulip poplar.

State Flower: The purple iris is the state flower of Tennessee.

State Song: The official state song is "Tennessee Waltz." It was written by Redd Stewart.

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Tennessee - Interesting Facts:
  • Andrew Johnson, from Tennessee, held every office at the local, state and federal level.

  • Greeneville has the only monument in the U.S. honoring the confederate and federal armies.

  • The largest aquarium in the world can be found in Tennessee. Here you will find 7,000 animals. 300 species of fish, birds, reptiles and mammals.

Tennessee - Famous People:
There are many famous people from Tennessee. They include the actor Morgan Freeman, the singer Aretha Franklin, the composer Isaac Hayes and the U.S. Vice President Al Gore.

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